France ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/939792/23-dwellings-muoto Clipboard 23 Dwellings / MUOTO Architects: MUOTO Area Area of this architecture project 2015 “COPY” Save this picture!© Artefactorylab+ 22Curated by Paula Pintos Share Area: 1989 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Apartments ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/939792/23-dwellings-muoto Clipboard “COPY” ArchDaily 23 Dwellings / MUOTOSave this projectSave23 Dwellings / MUOTO Projects Year: Photographs CopyApartments•Paris, France Photographs: ArtefactorylabClients:Kaufman & Broad, Kaufman & BroadCity:ParisCountry:FranceMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© ArtefactorylabText description provided by the architects. This project has as its ambition the reinvention of the collective habitat by integrating the scale and quality of the individual habitat within a dense and flexible structure. The building is designed as an aggregation of stacked villas, conveying ideas of multiple mismatched living areas in the interstices of the light facades and terraces. Its interior spaces can accommodate apartments or offices, such as ateliers.Save this picture!© ArtefactorylabSave this picture!SectionNo space has a prescribed, determinate function. As a result of the precise lack of programming, it remains open to the spatial interpretations of the residents, either for life or for work. The flexibility of the structure allows for different surfaces to mingle through the play of terraces, circulation and airy loggia. On the interior, the reversibility is as spatial as it is prescribed. It passes through a reinterpretation of the technical and urban rules that tend to fix architecture in place and compartmentalize activities, in order to maximize the independence and freedom of the residents.Save this picture!© ArtefactorylabEach unit possesses its own facade, and these spread over the entire building like variations of a rational catalogue, a series of architectural phrases whose invisible grammar was thoughtfully drafted.Save this picture!© ArtefactorylabProject gallerySee allShow lessAugmented Bricklaying / Gramazio Kohler ResearchSelected ProjectsK. Barghouti House / Sahel AlHiyari ArchitectsSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Paris, FranceLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share CopyAbout this officeMUOTOOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsParisOn FacebookFrancePublished on May 19, 2020Cite: “23 Dwellings / MUOTO” 19 May 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
A HAPPY and confident-looking Guyana Under-15 football team and coaching staff pose for a picture, just before leaving the Signature Hotel early yesterday morning for French Guiana where they will participate in an International tournament between December 17 and 22. (Cullen Bess-Nelson photo)
Whicker: Dustin May yet another example of the Dodgers’ eye for pitching Dodgers’ hot-hitting Corey Seager leaves game with back injury Dodgers’ Justin Turner looking rejuvenated on defense Dodgers’ Dave Roberts says baseball’s unwritten rules ‘have changed, should change’ LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers won’t leave Southern California between now and the All-Star break on July 16, a scheduling quirk that 29 other teams would begrudge.For Manager Dave Roberts, the schedule is not without a small booby trap: 10 games in 10 days beginning July 6, with only the last three played at home. Roberts acknowledged that he might turn to a six-man starting rotation to weather that stretch.Tuesday, Roberts and president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman watched Walker Buehler line himself up to be the Dodgers’ sixth starter. Buehler threw a 25-pitch bullpen session at full intensity. The right-hander is expected to throw another Thursday.“We’ll see where we go from there,” Roberts said. Dodgers bench slumping Cody Bellinger for a day Buehler threw 51-1/3 innings in the majors, and another 13 in the minors, prior to his injury. By not rushing him back, the Dodgers found a creative way to keep his innings under control. Roberts said early in spring training that Buehler could attain 140 to 150 innings this season.Buehler’s innings might need to be massaged a bit more if he is to maintain a regular turn in the rotation after the All-Star break. He isn’t fighting the plan.“I think we’re all on the same page,” Buehler said. “That they’re slowing me down is not a negative thing. I’m 23 and sometimes they have to protect me from myself a little bit. That’s what they do, and we’re all good.”INJURY UPDATESChris Taylor will not return to the Dodgers’ starting lineup on Wednesday, Roberts said, but “Thursday is a possibility.” Taylor has managed to avoid the disabled list since he reported symptoms of a stiff left hamstring June 20, but he’s been limited to four pinch-hit appearances since. …Right-handed reliever Pedro Baez (right biceps tendinitis) threw 20 pitches off a bullpen mound at 70 percent intensity, Roberts said. He’s expected to throw another bullpen on Friday. …Left-handed reliever Tony Cingrani (left shoulder strain) might throw off a mound on Wednesday, Roberts said.ALSORich Hill will start Friday’s series opener against the Colorado Rockies, Roberts said. … Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant will miss the remainder of the series after being placed on the 10-day disabled list with inflammation in his left shoulder. The Cubs recalled infielder David Bote from Triple-A Iowa. … Former Dodgers pitcher Brandon Morrow is expected to be activated from the Cubs’ disabled list prior to Wednesday’s game. Morrow has 16 saves in 17 opportunities as the Cubs’ closer.UP NEXTDodgers (LHP Alex Wood, 3-5, 4.13) vs. Cubs (RHP Kyle Hendricks, 5-7, 3.73 ERA), Wednesday, 7 p.m., SportsNet LA (where available), ESPN (no blackout)Related Articles Buehler was off to a torrid start (4-1, 2.63 ERA) when he was placed on the disabled list with a rib microfracture on June 9. He tried pitching through the injury the day before against Atlanta.Buehler allowed only one run in 5-1/3 innings despite, he said, being unable to breathe at times. His symptoms have since subsided.“For a week or so after the Atlanta game I had problems with everyday movements and getting out of bed, that stuff,” Buehler said. “Now I’m lifting pretty close to normal, moving pretty good.”After throwing his bullpen Tuesday, Buehler reported feeling some lingering symptoms, “but it’s not sharp.” The Dodgers have not scanned Buehler’s rib cage since the injury was diagnosed. Rather, Buehler said the team is trusting him to self-report his progress.Friday will mark four weeks since Buehler’s last game. He said a one-game minor league rehabilitation assignment should be all he needs to return to game shape. If that plan holds, Buehler might be in line to start for the Dodgers during one of the Freeway Series games in Anaheim beginning June 6. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
KEOKUK — About five dozen farmers and union members gathered at the Labor Temple in Keokuk Sunday to call for more revisions in the U.S. Mexico Canada Trade Agreement. Carrie Duncan, a local officer in the Machinist Union, said the event highlighted important connections among America’s working class.“They try to divide us and our farmers and our labor, we all toil in many different ways,” she said.The rally was organized by the Iowa Farmers Union and the Iowa AFL-CIO. Duncan said the new deal to replace NAFTA will benefit corporations, not workers“We’re still outsourcing jobs,” she said, “not keeping manufacturing jobs here in the United States.”The Trump Administration is lobbying U.S. lawmakers to ratify the new deal before congress takes a month-long recess in August.
Game two returns on Friday at the arena. Meanwhile in another vibrant game, Kampala Rockets stopped Entebbe Arches 87-81 to win game 1 of the Division 2 league. The two were also elevated to Division 1 and are now battling for position one.In the ladies Category played earlier of the division 2 league,Magic Stormers outclassed Nabisunsa Girls 82-58 in their game one finals 82-58. Rachel Nanyonga had 25 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists for the Magic Stormers side while Benedict Namwen added 18 points. For the Nabisunsa side, Becky Keron Lon managed 13 points. Both teams have also been elevated to Division 1.******URNShare on: WhatsApp Namuwongo in action againts UPDFKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Namwongo Blazers Basketball Club (NBC) defeated Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) Tomahawks 64-57 in a thrilling Division 1 basketball league finals game.The two teams have been elevated to top-flight National Basketball League after qualifying for the finals, but have to battle for the number one position of the Division One League.In a much competitive game played on Wednesday at the Lugogo MTN Arena, the Namuwongo side dominated the UPDF team which was relegated last year following a dismal performance in the NBL.The first quarter of the game ended 15-14 in favour of the UPDF side before Namuwongo led the second quarter 17-15. In a tough fourth quarter display, the two teams had a 13-13 tie by the end of the quarter.However, the Namuwongo side put up a better fight in the last quarter with a 20-14 lead, giving them a 64-57 win over the experienced Tomahawks side.Namuwongo now has to win two of the remaining four games to emerge champions of Division One, while the UPDF side has a chance to qualify only if they upset Namuwongo in three games in the best of five series semis.For the Namuwongo side, Emmanuel Maku had 19 points and 15 rebounds, while Peter Cheng added 17 points and 12 rebounds. UPDF’s Felix Mukunzi and Edward Ijjo had 15 and 14 points to their name.
Police discovered a badly decomposed body in West Delray Beach Friday morning.Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman, Teri Barbera, said the body was found shortly before 10 a.m. by a member of Otero Nursery near 155th Lane South.Police say the body appears to be a man, and no foul play is suspected.There is a homeless camp in this area, said the sheriff’s office.Detectives are currently investigating, and an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death, said Barbera.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Buzz (H.G.) Bissinger, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and bestselling author of “Friday Night Lights” and “Three Nights in August,” will be at the Olympia Timberland Library on Saturday, June 2 from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m. Bissinger will discuss his newest book, a memoir exploring his relationship with his son Zach, titled “Father’s Day, A Journey into the Mind & Heart of my Extraordinary Son.” Books will be available for purchase at the event.The Book:Bissinger’s twin sons were born three minutes—and a world—apart. Gerry, the older one, is a graduate student at Penn, preparing to become a teacher. His brother Zach has spent his life attending special schools. He’ll never drive a car, or kiss a girl, or live by himself. He is a savant, challenged by serious intellectual deficits but also blessed with rare talents: an astonishing memory, a dazzling knack for navigation, and a reflexive honesty which can make him both socially awkward and surprisingly wise.One summer night, Buzz and Zach hit the road to revisit all the places they have lived together during Zach’s 24 years. Zach revels in his memories, and Buzz hopes this journey into their shared past will bring them closer and reveal to him the mysterious workings of his son’s mind and heart.As father and son follow a pinball’s path from Philadelphia to LA, they see the best and worst of America and each other. Ultimately, their trip bestows a new and uplifting wisdom on Buzz, as he comes to realize that Zach’s worldview, as exotic as it is, has a sturdy logic of its own, a logic that deserves the greatest respect. And with the help of Zach’s twin, Gerry, Buzz learns an even more vital lesson about Zach: character transcends intellect. And we come to see Zach as he truly is-patient, fearless, perceptive, kind. He is not a man-child, but a man of excellent character.About the Author:Bissinger is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of four books, including the New York Times bestsellers “Three Nights in August” (major league baseball) and “Friday Night Lights,” (high school football in a small town in Texas) which has sold two million copies and spawned a film and TV franchise. He is a contributing editor for Vanity Fair and a sports columnist for the Daily Beast. He has written for the New York Times, The New Republic, Time, and many other publications.Bissinger also co-wrote “Shooting Stars” (basketball) with LeBron James. Up until his newest book, Bissinger’s personal favorite is “A Prayer for the City,” about Philadelphia and Mayor Ed Rendell. Bissinger and his wife Lisa divide their time between homes in Philadelphia and the Pacific Northwest. Website: www.buzzbissinger.com.
By Jay Cook |RED BANK – It’s been 26 years since the borough commissioned a survey of the parking situation in town.Plenty has changed in town since then but the stubborn shortage of downtown parking spaces still persists.On May 30, the Borough Council announced it was revisiting the issue, commissioning a fresh study and hiring Walker Consultants of New York City to conduct it. The 18-week study of the borough’s commercial district parking inventory will cost $52,350. Jim Scavone, Red Bank RiverCenter’s executive director, said its board of trustees agreed to pay $25,000, and the borough will pay the remainder.Red Bank wants a plan on how to reduce the parking problem, if not to solve it, said Democratic Councilman Erik Yngstrom, who chairs the borough’s parking committee. “Solving it is going to be very difficult but we want a plan to move forward and implement,” he said.“We recognize that solving the parking problem in Red Bank ultimately is most beneficial to the downtown business district,” Scavone said. “Therefore, we very much recognize our responsibility in taking the steps we need to take.”The four-to-five-month study will primarily cover Red Bank’s Special Improvement District (SID), which RiverCenter operates through a tax on business owners. It will stretch from Red Bank’s NJ Transit train station to Riverview Medical Center, located along East Front Street. It will also incorporate roadways that feed motorists into the downtown – Wallace Street, Mechanic Street, Washington Street, Waverly Place – and other areas surrounding the Molly Pitcher Inn and the Galleria commercial building.And the man they hired is no stranger to Red Bank.Brian J. Bartholomew, a senior parking consultant for Walker Consultants, said he lives in East Brunswick and has frequented Red Bank’s downtown for years. He even met with former borough administrator Stanley Sickels in 1998 to discuss parking.“I’ve experienced some of the same pressures that everyone in the general public feels when they try to park in Red Bank,” Bartholomew told The Two River Times.Bartholomew said over the next few weeks residents will see his staff graphing Red Bank’s existing public and private parking lots with geographic information system (GIS) devices. When the maps are finalized, they’ll conduct “occupancy surveys” at different times of the day and week to see where the deficient areas, or “hot zones,” are located, he said.He’ll then compile a report for the borough as well as a list of recommendations and solutions it can implement. Looking at private-public parking lot partnerships, parking policy, valet parking, angled parking and bicycle accommodations are all on the table.Though the same can’t be said for a brand-new parking garage.“There’s not one single answer but we are looking to take advantage of what assets we have right now before we look at developing a new parking inventory, whether it be a surface lot or a structured facility,” Bartholomew said.Not everyone on the borough council supports the parking study. Republican Councilman Mark Taylor cast the single “nay” vote Wednesday evening. He told The Two River Times afterward the study doesn’t take in the whole picture.“To spend taxpayer money on a ‘comprehensive study’ only on the downtown is not addressing the rest of the town,” said Taylor. “What about the rest of Red Bank? What about the West Side? We make all these improvements on Shrewsbury Avenue, Bridge Avenue, the transit village area, but that’s not being addressed.”Red Bank’s parking discussion was revived last year when the borough council began accepting proposals for a parking garage at the municipal-owned White Street lot. The issue quickly turned partisan – Republicans were pro-garage while the Democrats feared a multi-level garage would be “Jersey City-style” development, according to a statement at the time.Mayor Pasquale Menna, a Democrat, has long said he would support a parking facility project as long as “it made sense,” stressing it should be done through a public-private development, as opposed to having borough taxpayers shoulder the financial burden. The business community, including RiverCenter, has traditionally voiced its preference for a municipal built and operated garage in the downtown, as long as it had at least 500 new spaces to address the chronic downtown parking shortfall.Taylor believes the parking study is unnecessary because a parking deficiency “is obvious at its face.”“I think we should be building instead of waiting another year to get data,” he added. “Go open your eyes, go walk downtown.”But some, like RiverCenter, say any data is good data and will help plan for the future.“Ultimately, we believe that we have a serious shortage of inventory,” said Scavone. “We are very anxious to see the results and specifically about the inventory.”This article was first published in the June 7-June 14, 2018 print edition of The Two River Times.
A round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving QPR, Chelsea and Brentford…QPR want to sign Ryan Taylor, the Daily Mirror say.The 30-year-old is a free agent, having recently been released by Newcastle following a string of injury problems.Rangers have not shown an interest, but it is claimed they are keen on Taylor along with Bournemouth, Nottingham Forest, Hull and Norwich.Midlands newspaper the Express & Star reports that West Brom have warned QPR they will not pay £10m for Matty Phillips and are ready to look elsewhere.Fans on Twitter react to QPR rejecting Phillips bid West London Sport revealed on Sunday that Rangers had rejected a bid from Albion for the 24-year-old winger.The Express & Star later reported that Albion were moving closer to a deal and believed a compromise could be reached over a fee.But now it is being reported that Rangers have dug their heels in and that Baggies boss Tony Pulis has told them he will end his interest in Phillips if they refuse to budge.Meanwhile, Kenedy is set complete a move from Fluminense to Chelsea this week, Brazilian media have reported.The Mirror say Chelsea were interested in Pedro but that the Spain winger has decided to stay at Barcelona.And Hull, who have been linked with Andre Gray, reportedly need to offload players before they can move for the Brentford striker.The Hull Daily Mail say the Tigers are being inhibited by a struggle to sell strikers Nikica Jelavic, Dame N’Doye and Abel Hernandez.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Cheyenne, Wyoming >> In an event that is timed in hundredths of a second, beating nearly 200 other competitors by a tenth of a second is huge.That happened in the first round of barrel racing at Cheyenne Frontier Days on Tuesday where all of the barrel racers had an opportunity to advance to the second round of competition. Sydni Blanchard from Albuquerque, N.M., had the fastest time of the day at 17.46 seconds. That earned the former college champion and Wrangler National Finals Rodeo …