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  • House with Futokoro / Mizuishi Architects Atelier

    first_img 2011 CopyHouses•Tokyo, Japan Area:  108 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Japan ArchDaily House with Futokoro / Mizuishi Architects AtelierSave this projectSaveHouse with Futokoro / Mizuishi Architects Atelier Houses Year:  “COPY” House with Futokoro / Mizuishi Architects Ateliercenter_img Text description provided by the architects. This house was planned in the deepest part of a site, which is divided into three parts. Because it was expected that buildings would soon be constructed to the east and west of the site, I designed the house to face the directions north and south providing a light breeze and unobstructed views.  Save this picture!Courtesy of mizuishi architects atelierThe residents of the house include the husband, wife, their two little girls, two dogs, and three cats. The family has many personal things, and when I saw the overflowing condition of their things, I thought it would be good to design in a way that makes tidying up easy rather than keeping things in storage. Save this picture!Floor PlanThe long sides of the house, facing the east and west, are closed to the outside. The short sides, facing north and south, are open by making the minimum structural narrow walls of 600 mm continue at both ends. I call a stracture wall area by this narrow wall “FUTOKORO” (FUTOKORO means recess space among something in Japanese). This “FUTOKORO” changes that role variously, becoming furniture, such as storage, a working table, and a desk, or becoming a pet’s room or extension of the room, closing with a curtain or left open. Save this picture!SectionThe whole house is connected by an excursion line of flow which is course by stairs and a wellhole in the center, and by lowering the north side floor of the level+1 in regulation of setback-line. I arranged the gap and the opening to be able to come from stairs and a wellhole. On the south side, the big earthen floor, which served as the entrance, is made in one with a terrace.  Save this picture!Courtesy of mizuishi architects atelierThe outside environment is drawn inside by being enclosed with a wood lattice. The lattice prevents the escape of pets yet allows sunlight to enter from the outside. This earthen floor unifies the inside and outside by opening a large orificial window. Save this picture!Courtesy of mizuishi architects atelierText provided by Mizuishi Architects AtelierProject gallerySee allShow lessThink Space: Unconference – ‛Beyond the Borders’ArticlesTourism Revitalization and Development / ZA ArchitectsArticles Share CopyAbout this officeMizuishi Architects AtelierOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabasWoodHousesTokyo3D ModelingJapanPublished on October 28, 2011Cite: “House with Futokoro / Mizuishi Architects Atelier” 28 Oct 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogShowerhansgroheShowers – RainfinityVinyl Walls3MArchitectural Finishes DI-NOC in Ned Ludd Public HousePartitionsSkyfoldMarkerboard Finish for Folding WallsBedroom furnitureFlexformMirror – EgonWaterproofing/SealantsEffisusPre-Fab System – Ecofacade Pre-fab TrueSealConcreteKrytonConcrete Hardening – Hard-CemSkylightsVELUX CommercialAtrium Longlight Skylights in ExperimentariumBlinds / Mosquito Nets / CurtainsBANDALUXRoller Shades – Arion Large SizedWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Mass TimberTiles / Mosaic / GresiteTerrealSunscreen – Terracotta BaguettesWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT BauBucheLightingLumenpulseLED Projector Lumenbeam GrandeMore products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?Futokoro住宅 / Mizuishi Architects Atelier是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/179406/house-with-futokoro-mizuishi-architects-atelier Clipboard Save this picture!Courtesy of mizuishi architects atelier+ 23 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/179406/house-with-futokoro-mizuishi-architects-atelier Clipboard “COPY” Architects: Mizuishi Architects Atelier Area Area of this architecture project Projectslast_img read more


    first_imgMidtown Community School 7th Grader, Eniya Scott, recently received the Playoff MVP Award at the Girls’ Basketball City Championship Game at Bayonne High School. Eniya’s extraordinary talent was evident in every game this season. Her skills definitely contributed to Midtown’s City Championship where she led Midtown with 25 points to win over A.S.C.A. 33-32. With Eniya are Ms. Katie Hester, Coach, Mr. John Mulhern, Coach, Mr. Leo Smith, Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Ken Kopacz, Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Tom Jacobson, Director of Physical Education, Mr. John Rickard, League Coordinator, Mr. John Calcaterra, Director of Athletics, Mrs. Christina Mercun, Midtown Community School Principal and Mrs. Patricia Dziubek, Assistant Principal and Dr. Patricia Mc Geehan, Superintendent. ×last_img read more

  • Man Busted With Forged Registration, Inspection, And License Plates

    first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Stock image by Justin Gould / WNY News Now.CARROLLTON – A Cattaraugus County man is facing several charges after New York State Police say he was busted with forged Licenses Plates, Inspection and Registration during a traffic stop over the weekend.Troopers stopped 34-year-old Marshall Jacobs, of Steamburg, on South Nine Mile Road in the Town of Carrollton on Saturday.Police say during an inspection of his vehicle they allegedly discovered two forged New York State Registration Plates, a forged inspection certificate and a 30-day temporary registration plate in Jacobs’ vehicle.The man is charged with three counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. He was arraigned in Cattaraugus County Court and remanded to the Cattaraugus County Jail pending a hearing in the case.last_img read more

  • Molly Lambert leaving Captive job to work for USDA

    first_imgUS Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) is recommending veteran economic development specialist Molly Lambert to President Barack Obama as Leahy’s choice to be the USDA’s State Director for Rural Development for Vermont and New Hampshire. The senior senator of the President’s party recommends candidates for this and other federal leadership posts in his or her home state, subject to approval of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the President. Leahy also is the most senior member of either party on the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, And Forestry, which has jurisdiction over USDA and its programs.USDA’s Director for Rural Development each year oversees the investment of tens of millions of dollars in each state to promote and support rural economic development, through loans and grants to individuals, organizations, businesses and communities. In 2008, USDA Rural Development distributed almost $200 million in federal funding to Vermont and New Hampshire with Vermont receiving $90 million and New Hampshire receiving $109 million. These programs range from direct mortgage assistance to income-eligable homebuyers, energy efficiency grants to businesses making energy improvements, water and wastewater improvement grants and loans to communities and much more. For more information, visit USDA Rural Development’s Vermont and New Hampshire webpage at http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/vt/(link is external).Lambert, who lives in Swanton, has a long record of leadership on economic development in Vermont. She was Vermont’s Secretary of the Agency of Commerce and Community Development from 1998 to 2002 under Governor Howard Dean. Before that she was executive director of the Church Street Marketplace from 1991 to 1998, and she currently is president of the Vermont Captive Insurance Association. She has long contributed her talents to such nonprofit organizations as COTS, Howard Mental Health, Chittenden County United Way and the Greater Burlington YMCA.Leahy said, “Molly Lambert has been a pillar of economic development in Vermont for two decades, and now she will be able to turn her talents exclusively to the challenge of economic development in the rural communities of Vermont and New Hampshire. She knows the value of building strong partnerships, and she will bring to this job the values of competence, leadership and community service that the Obama Administration is restoring to government service.”Lambert will be charged with leading the organization as it receives an influx of federal funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.LETTER FROM MOLLY LAMBERT April 9, 2009:Dear Members and Friends,It is with great humility that I forward you the press release that came from the office of Senator Patrick Leahy this morning.It has been such a privilege to work with all of you on behalf of Vermont’s captive insurance industry during the last seven years and I cannot thank you enough for your loyalty and support.Sincerely,Molly Lambert, VCIA Presidentlast_img read more

  • Norway’s $1tn wealth fund to divest from oil and gas exploration

    first_imgNorway’s $1tn wealth fund to divest from oil and gas exploration FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享The Guardian:The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund, which manages $1tn (£770bn) of Norway’s assets, is to dump investments in firms that explore for oil and gas but will still hold stakes in firms such as BP and Shell that have renewable energy divisions.The Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG), whose assets exceed those of rival sovereign wealth funds such as China’s, said it would phase out oil exploration from its “investment universe”.The strategy shift, on the back of advice from the country’s central Norges Bank, will affect 1.2% of its equity holdings, worth about 66bn Norwegian krone (£5.7bn).GPFG said the decision was motivated by a desire to protect the Norwegian economy by reducing exposure to oil price falls rather than climate concerns.It will retain stakes in fossil fuel companies as long as they have some involvement in renewable energy. Its stakes in large firms with renewable units include 2.4% of Shell and 2.3% of BP, because it believes they will play a major role in developing green energy.It will sell stakes in 134 companies, including UK-listed firms Tullow Oil, Premier Oil, Soco International, Ophir Energy and Nostrum Oil & Gas, all of which experienced a fall in share price after the announcement, knocking £130m off their combined stock market value.Tom Sanzillo, director of finance for the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, said: “These are very important statements from a big fund. They’re doing it because fossil fuel stocks are not producing the value that they have historically.“It’s also a warning to the integrated oil companies that investors are looking at them to move the economy forward to renewable energy.”He said GPFG’s investment strategy also “underscores that the fracking business model is unsustainable”.More: Norway’s $1tn wealth fund to divest from oil and gas explorationlast_img read more

  • Caribbean Leadership Seminar Brings Region Together To Address Crisis And Contingency Management

    first_imgBy Dialogo August 02, 2010 Over a thousand are dead and wounded after an explosion rocks the stadium parking lot in Johannesburg, South Africa during the championship match of the World Cup. The structural integrity of the stadium has been affected creating widespread panic among the thousands still inside the stadium. In the days leading up to the final, gang members have been attacking visitors to the matches by assaulting and robbing them. Tour buses enroute to the games have been hijacked and threats have been pouring into radio stations announcing future attacks unless the government ceases all operations against organized crime. Thankfully such an event didn’t happen during the recent World Cup in South Africa this summer, but this plausible scenario was what conference attendees were challenged to deal with at the 2010 Caribbean Leadership Seminar held in St. Kitts and Nevis. Co-hosted by U.S. Southern Command and other U.S. federal agencies including the FBI, security force leaders from the Caribbean attended the seminar to learn about deterring and dealing with events such as the one just mentioned. “This is very beneficial for us to understand the ways in which to handle this sort of crisis in the event that something like this was to happen,” said Commander Gregory Walcott – Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard. “Our country hosted the Cricket World Cup two years ago and we were fortunate that no attacks took place.” Throughout the three-day seminar, issues that were presented and discussed by FBI agents included crisis management, identifying and assessing key vulnerabilities, strategic planning, and panel discussions where attendees were separated into groups and presented critical scenarios. The seminar also focused on illicit trafficking, disaster preparedness and humanitarian assistance with Haiti being the most recent example of how the region came together to assist the earthquake-ravaged country. One of the main themes that the presenters wanted to make clear was that with sufficient planning and preparedness, in addition to regional cooperation among nations, most of these threats can be addressed and possibly even averted. “What we want people to take away from this seminar is that not every country can resolve certain issues on their own,” said FBI Special Agent Norman Scott, who is currently assigned to the embassy in Barbados. “The U.S. has the expertise to help provide solutions when asked, but we’re all in this together if we want to achieve our end goal.” Seminar attendees came away with a better understanding of how the U.S. interagency system worked and how that dynamic can be applied in their own country. Presenters also stressed the importance of networking between participants while attending the seminar. “Taking advantage of these conferences by meeting people is good for small countries like mine where we don’t have all the resources to combat these threats,” said Edison Joseph of the Dominica Police Force. “It’s good to know that we can all call on each other in the event that something arises.”last_img read more

  • Bolivia Scores Great Success Against Illicit Drug Trafficking in the Last 7 Months

    first_imgBy Eduardo Szklarz/Diálogo August 10, 2020 The Bolivian Special Force to Fight Drug Trafficking (FELCN, in Spanish) seized, eradicated, and destroyed more than 374 metric tons of drugs in the last seven months.From November 13, 2019, to June 22, 2020, agents carried out operations that resulted in the seizure of 8,043 kilograms of cocaine and 366,047 kg of marijuana. Bolivian Minister of the Interior Arturo Murillo announced these results during an event for International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, on June 26, at the Government Palace in La Paz.The Bolivian government has re-equipped its counternarcotics forces in the last seven months. In the photo, FELCN agents simulate a seizure of illicit substances. (Photo: Bolivian Special Force to Fight Drug Trafficking)“The UIF [Financial Investigation Unit] report that between $1.5 to $2 billion from narcotrafficking circulate annually in Bolivia is not unrealistic,” Murillo told the press.According to the official, Bolivia moved in recent years from being only a drug producer to also being a consumer nation. “What is worse is that we are becoming a corridor for illicit drugs and substances,” he said.As a result, the minister said, some areas in Bolivian territory are now controlled by narcotraffickers.“We have conducted massive efforts in the last seven months, seizing assets, disrupting their wealth, and dismantling family gangs,” Murillo said. FELCN agents have destroyed hundreds of drug labs, to include19 crystallization labs, and 22 recycling sites, and have detained 1,583 people. Authorities have conducted coca eradication efforts, including in parks and protected areas.For his part, Bolivian Vice Minister of Social Defense and Controlled Substances Jaime Zamora reported that drug production labs in the country sell drugs to cartels.“There are irregular groups that protect narcotrafficking with weapons and equipment,” Zamora said following the event. “Narcotrafficking has increased and taken root in the country.”last_img read more

  • Gov. Cuomo announced draft of NYS COVID vaccination administration program

    first_imgPhase 4; All other essential workers. Governor Cuomo said the draft of the New York State COVID-19 Vaccination Administration Program is designed with multiple variables of change in mind regarding the availability of the vaccine. The released draft from the NYS Department of Health requires local and federal governments to work together with organizations in communities and is posed to be the framework for a safe and effective distribution of a COVID vaccine. Phase 1; Helathcare workers, long term care facility workers, most at risk long-term care patients. Cuomo said, “We are coming up with a plan on many presumptions. We don’t know how many doses we’re going to get. We don’t know what vaccine we’re going to get. We don’t know when we’re going to get it. The state will have a statewide vaccination plan. We will do it in concert with the federal government. The federal government is in charge of producing the actual vaccine and distributing the vaccines.” Governor Cuomo and the NYS Department of Health recognize the draft is subject to change based on details coming in the future from the federal government. Phase 5; Healthy adults and children. center_img NEW YORK (WBNG) –Governor Andrew Cuomo announced today a draft for the New York State program of coronavirus vaccine administration. Phase 2; First responders, teachers and school staff, public health workers, essential frontline workers who work with the public, long-term care patients in congregate settings, high-risk individuals with health conditions. Phase 3; Individuals over age 65, individuals under age 65 who are considered high risk. To see the full New York State COVID-19 Vaccination Administration Program outline, click here. The plan is to prioritize those most at risk and those who are essential workers. Additional prioritization after those most at risk is outlined below.last_img read more


    first_img:10 Right out the gate! Listen to me and please try to get this. YOU MUST VOTE…We, you, cannot afford to assume anything about the upcoming election, and don’t do it for me do it for the thousands of people who gave their lives for your right to vote. Some of them were part of your family. C’mon man!!! :09 I don’t know if you know this, but Charles Buddy “Allie” set another world record in the Masters track division…that makes four (4) count-em 1,2,3,4! And at age 65 he “ain’t” done yet. More on this local legend to come. Just keep reading.:08 Roy “Druck” Dean…Yea, man, you knew it was coming. Dean is one of North Side’s great all around athletes and tremendous basketball player. He is also the strong but always calm voice behind the non-stop transition also known as “Bump Yes,” a leader both on and off the court and one of the founding fathers of the Connie Hawkins League. Brother Dean, I hear you’re reading every week and for that, you’re now in The Locker Room!:07 Speaking of “Bump Yes”…and I was, the rumor on the street that Thomas “Bum” Coates can’t shoot anymore is apparently greatly exaggerated. Just ask “Bum” and he’ll tell you. But trust me on this my loyal readers, I am going to the old timers practice tomorrow and I’ll see for myself and I-will-let-you-know! And can somebody please tell me after all these years what is a “Bump Yes”? I am just askin.:06 I told ya after Ben’s first touchdown pass nobody would remember or care about “The Incident”. And likewise I told ya after Penn State started winning “That Incident” would become a fleeting memory too. They are now 4 and 2 and still packing 100,000 into Beaver Stadium. They should have punished the guilty and left the innocent alone. The guys playing now did nothing wrong!!:05 Don’t blame me, but the next time anybody does a slam dunk list around here you damm well better have these three names on it. Darrin “Big Dex” Poindexter, Byron “Baby” Boyd and Eugene McCae. Now all is right in the world.:04 The Pirates are done. Former owner Kevin McClatchy “Came Out”…Not that there’s anything wrong with that!! The Pens aren’t playing hockey, Pitt lost by one, Penn State won big, West Virginia went to the Longhorn state and kicked some Texas butt and the Steelers “squeeze-um” one out over “Vick” and the Eagles Aka Dirty Birds. OK, now you’re caught up.:03 Don’t relax, we got more work to do. The Steelers play at Tennessee Thursday night without Troy Polomulo. Playing the Titans is never easy, not there, and a short week doesn’t make it any easier. But the good news is Harrison and Mendenhal are back. Steelers by 10, take it to the bank.:02 That rained out Champions/United Rays Corvette Club Car Cruise will be coming back at ya Oct. 28. “Get ready to get ready.” More info next week but mark your calendar for cruising and watching the Steelers short circuit RGIII and the Redskins.:01 It’s about to be on! The Fall Fantasy Fashion show starring the Allur’e models and featuring the great Kenny Blake happens Oct. 27 at the Magnificant Le Maison Du Paix aka “The House of Peace” Bed and Breakfast, 8904 Eastwood Rd. off Frankstown Road in Penn Hills. It’s Right up the street from Simmie’s Restaurant heading towards Penn Hills at the light across from the Jehovah Witness Center. The show is from 8 p.m. until midnight / Jazz By Kenny Blake 9 p.m. / wine and light hor dorves / fireplace and quality relaxation, and a showcase by the Fabulous Allur’e Models / $25 donation benefits Champions Senior Citizen Thanksgiving Dinner and Toys for Tots Christmas Party — Call 412-628-4856 for this intimate evening…and Debbie Norrell will be there so now I know you’re coming!:00 Double OvertimeYou know we do basketball. Well here’s some basketball for ya. The Plum High School “Lady Mustangs” will present a Saturday Girls Basketball Clinic for grades 3-8 on Nov 3 from 8:30 am until 5 pm at Plum Sr. High School. The clinic is open to all schools and is headed up by some of the area’s greatest basketball names, Coach Bernie Pucka, Coach Rudy Seneca, and Coach Jennifer Bruce. The clinic will also feature WNBA and 3 time NCAA Uconn National Champion Ashley Battle. To register call 412-999-2355. The cost for the day is only $50 and you’re requested to bring a lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided. Go Mustangs!!!GAME OVER BILL NEAL last_img read more

  • Saints run win streak to nine games with OT win over Spartans

    first_imgThe Selkirk Saints continued to dominate the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League, but this win not easy.Selkirk overcame a two-goal deficit midway through the third period to force overtime before Kam Crawford scored the winner just 30 seconds into the extra frame to top Trinity Western University Spartans 5-4 Friday night at the Langley Events Centre.With the victory the Saints move the 9-0 on the regular season and extended their league record winning streak to begin the year. “We came out slow and tentative tonight and paid the price when TWU took advantage of some defensive lapses in the second period and capitalized on their opportunities,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois.”But even after going down two goals early in the third period our group didn’t quit. We dominated the final 20 minutes and were rewarded for turning our game around.””Hopefully we’ll show tomorrow that we learned a lesson and come out with the same intensity that we finished with tonight,” Dubois added. Crawford’s goal, through traffic to complete the comeback, was necessary after the Spartans scored on an early third period power-play to take a 4-2 lead.Jordan Wood and Logan Proulx led the way for the Saints, each picking up points on all four of Selkirk’s goals in regulation. Blueliner Jake Harcoff and forward Jamie Kreller put the hosts ahead by a pair early in the second following a scoreless first period.The teams then traded goals, with Saints defenceman Brodie Gibbon and TWU’s Jamie Russell each scoring, before Proulx brought Selkirk back within one late in the frame. Saints netminder Chris Hurry received his second start of the regular season and stopped 17 of 21 shots before being relieved by Alex Sirard following the Spartans’ fourth goal.Sirard stopped all six shots he faced and picked up the win after his team scored the final three goals of the game. In the TWU net! Harry Fredeman was outstanding in turning aside 43 shots on the night. Saturday’s rematch is set for a 1 p.m. faceoff and can be viewed online at www.fasthockey.comlast_img read more