D’angolo House / Raimondo Guidacci

first_imgArchDaily Area:  80 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Lead Architect: Raimondo Guidacci Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/926205/dangolo-house-raimondo-guidacci Clipboard Projects “COPY” Manufacturers: D’Aries Antonio, Minicucci Luigi, San Severo Architects: Raimondo Guidacci Area Area of this architecture project D’angolo House / Raimondo GuidacciSave this projectSaveD’angolo House / Raimondo GuidacciSave this picture!© Beppe Giardino+ 32Curated by María Francisca González Share CopyHouses•San Severo, Italy Italycenter_img Vitaliano D’Amico 2019 Houses Year:  Photographs:  Beppe Giardino Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Structure: D’angolo House / Raimondo Guidacci Supervision:Raimondo GuidacciCollaborator:Rosario RussoCity:San SeveroCountry:ItalyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Beppe GiardinoText description provided by the architects. San Severo is a small town near Foggia. The historic city centre is chacterized by  two-storey and three-storey buildings. There are also tall edifices and depositories. This architectures have facades realized with bricks or white plaster. Many of this buildings are covered   with Apricena’s stone in the low part. Usually they are closed by a flat roof or by a pitched roof, not very sloped. The part that comes out of the roof  is always restricted according to the mediterranean house tipology. “Casa d’angolo” was born in this contest. A building based on a rectangular plan and realized starting from an old storage.Save this picture!© Beppe GiardinoSave this picture!© Beppe GiardinoThe idea of this  introverted house starts from the necessity of blocking the view of the interior space from the pubblic street. The solid block of the new building, located in the corner, it counteres the adjacent facades. In this house the windows are projected on the small patio. The building is developed on four levels: the basement is used as garage; in the raised ground floor there are living and a kitchen; in  the first floor there are  three rooms; and  the second floor contains a little space linked to the ample terrace.Save this picture!All the walls are white, interrupted by few element:  four breaks and two balconies on the lateral street. On the same facade, a strip of anodized aluminium  is the basament of the new volume. In the basament  there are the  door , that is the access to the garage, and the small door that hides  the counter. The corner of the house is like a cut between the two facades. It is an element that divide the volume and at   it becames empty at level of the terrace. A fissure from which you can see the sky.Save this picture!© Beppe GiardinoProject gallerySee allShow lessPort Operations Headquarters in Motril / Fresneda & Zamora ArquitecturaSelected ProjectsAmateur Visual Forensics and the View from Nowhere / Dietmar Offenhuber for the Shen…Articles Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/926205/dangolo-house-raimondo-guidacci Clipboard “COPY” CopyAbout this officeRaimondo GuidacciOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookSan SeveroItalyPublished on October 11, 2019Cite: “D’angolo House / Raimondo Guidacci” 11 Oct 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodSiding Façade SystemWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisPatinated Copper: Nordic Green/Blue/Turquoise/SpecialMetal PanelsDri-DesignMetal Panels – CopperIn architectureSikaBuilding Envelope SystemsExterior DeckingLunawoodThermowood DeckingMembranesEffisusFaçade Protection – Breather+Metal PanelsPure + FreeFormCustom Metal Cladding – Legacy Fund 1 BuildingWood Boards / HPL PanelsInvestwoodWood Fiber Partition Walls – ValchromatDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile FILO 10 Vertical Pivot Door | BrezzaSkylightsFAKROEnergy-efficient roof window FTT ThermoToilets / BidetsBritexToilets – Accessible Centurion PanMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?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 streamlast_img read more

Greensky Bluegrass Releases Rocking New Single, Announces New Album

first_imgBeloved Michigan-based road warriors, Greensky Bluegrass, has announced today that they have a new album Shouted, Written Down & Quoted due out September 23 on the band’s own Big Blue Zoo Records label. The new record comes two years after their 2014 If Sorrows Swim, and is their 7th studio release since 2004.In congruence with this exciting news, they’ve also released a new track from the record, “Past My Prime”, which singer/mandolin player Paul Hoffman wrote some long time ago, but felt moved to resurrect in the studio. “The enthusiasm for the whole project began spilling into the unknown musical creature we were making,” he tells Billboard. “Frankly, I think we’re all pretty stoked with the little rock and roll monster that was born from a song out of the shadows.”A natural progression in the state of modern bluegrass, Hoffman describes the lyrics as “not serious” and “not that personal,” and that he wrote it “in jest” and as more of a “stream of conscious.”“Sometimes I can evoke more emotion with the lyrics when it’s more of an exercise than personal catharsis,” he concludes. What started as one thought years ago has since evolved to Greensky Bluegrass’s newest song — the respect for time in this setting is with life-defining reasoning.Enjoy “Past My Prime” exclusively via Billboard:last_img read more

Winter wisdom

first_imgWinter scenes are often bare and still and austere. When you’re braving the biting winds or wet snow, winter is often “heads-down” weather. Yet playing in the snow provides childlike fun. And catching snowflakes is always a heads-up joy.This winter, more than others with the pandemic emptying much of campus, has prompted a contemplative mood. This photo gallery shows winters past and present, from a 1994 photo of Weeks Bridge to images of Harvard Yard shot earlier this month. Three were taken by Gazette photography interns who braved harsh New England winters while turning in lovely images.One photo is of a monk passing the Charles River and Newell Boathouse. He walks purposefully through the snow, with his dog following close behind, both peering at what’s ahead. After the turmoil and sadness of 2020, this is a season for taking stock, of looking back. But, like the monk, we’re also stepping forward, knowing that 2021 will write its own storybook.last_img read more

RBS Netherlands pension scheme first to use APF vehicle

first_imgThe €700m Dutch pension fund of Royal Bank of Scotland is the first Dutch company scheme to make use of the new general pension fund (APF) vehicle and hopes to grant participants full indexation of pension benefits as a result.It will join the APF run by insurer Centraal Beheer, a member of Achmea Group, from next year, according to Jacco Heemskerk, executive member of the RBS scheme.Heemskerk said Centraal Beheer had been awarded the contract because it seemed to be keener to get the mandate than Stap, the APF jointly operated by Aegon and its subsidiary TKP, which had also been short-listed.According to Heemskerk, an additional benefit of the Centraal Beheer APF is that his pension fund had already outsourced its administration to Syntrus Achmea. “As a consequence, our arrangements were already pretty much standard and only required minor technical adjustments to fit into Achmea’s new administration system.”In the Centraal Beheer APF, the RBS scheme will have the option to transfer its pension rights after five years, explained Heemskerk. He added that other APFs had dropped out because they could not offer a single compartment dedicated to the pension fund.A spokesman for Aegon said the company regretted missing out on the contract but declined to comment further.The RBS scheme sought consolidation as the employer is withdrawing from the Netherlands and will cease its active involvement with its pension fund. The scheme has about 300 active participants but this number is expected to drop to a handful at the end of next year.“This will leave the pension fund without workers to fill board positions,” Heemskerk noted.He added that the RBS scheme, because of its funding of 125%, expected to grant its participants a full indexation by joining the APF.“Had we joined an insurer, inflation compensation would hardly have been possible.”Heemskerk made clear that joining the APF would significantly reduce administration costs and would also decrease the “already low” asset management costs.’last_img read more

Rabiot rejects pay cut

first_imgRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Pirlo not out to copy anyone after Juventus’ comfortable opening win Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Juventus midfielder, Adrien Rabiot, is refusing to take a cut on his wages over any potential move away.Rabiot is being linked with Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham. And TMW said Rabiot is unlikely to accept a wage cut this summer.Rabiot reportedly earns £120,000-per-week in Italy, but is considering his future after being sidelined in his first season in Italy.The midfielder only arrived last summer in a Bosman transfer from PSG.Tags: Adrien RabiotArsenalJuventusManchester UnitedTottenham Hotspurlast_img

Will Euro 2020 be postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak?

first_imgUEFA president Aleksander Ceferin warned last week against “dark scenarios”, but postponing Euro 2020 already appears highly possibleParis, France | AFP | As the coronavirus outbreak causes chaos across Europe, UEFA has a major decision to make over whether it can go ahead with the upcoming European Championship as planned.European football’s governing body will hold a crisis meeting next Tuesday to discuss the way forward for all domestic and European competitions, as well as Euro 2020, which is due to take place from June 12 to July 12 in 12 different countries across the continent.– What does UEFA envisage? –Last week, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin played down fears that Euro 2020 may have to be postponed when he spoke after the organisation’s congress in Amsterdam.“We are dealing with it and we are confident we can deal with it,” Ceferin said before calling on organisers to “not just think about dark scenarios, there will be time for that later.”However, the extent to which the scenario has worsened over the last week means that now is already the time to think about it.With cases rising throughout Europe, Italy in total lockdown, countries beginning to impose travel bans and the World Health Organisation labelling the outbreak a pandemic, the possibility of Euro 2020 being postponed is growing.According to a source close to UEFA, everything will be on the table at next Tuesday’s meeting, from postponement of the Euro and changing the format to looking at changing the venues.“UEFA is going to be obliged to suspend European competitions. And in order to make finishing them possible, they will have to postpone the Euro,” the president of one French club told AFP.“It is a reasonable scenario when you see that players are starting to be affected,” he added, after Italian champions Juventus confirmed on Wednesday that their defender Daniele Rugani had tested positive for coronavirus.One source at a European broadcaster, who requested anonymity, said that UEFA “could first make a decision about the Champions League, which is more urgent, and then decide about the Euro.”– Could they insist on going ahead as planned? –The unprecedented decision to stage the European Championship in 12 nations across the continent could complicate things.“For the first time we have the possibility of several countries being obliged to apply quarantine measures or restrict the movement of people,” said Jacques Lambert, head of the organising committee for Euro 2016, which was held in France.“We cannot know clearly and definitively which host countries will be impacted most heavily.” Matches are due to be played from as far apart as Bilbao and Dublin to Saint Petersburg and Baku.The difficulty in foreseeing what restrictions will be placed upon travel over the next three months means UEFA could consider going ahead with the tournament, but playing games behind closed doors. That solution could satisfy broadcasters.However, the situation is complicated because the pandemic is currently affecting host countries in different ways.While Rome, which is due to host the opening game on June 12, is presently in lockdown along with the rest of Italy, life is going on more or less as normal in London.Wembley is due to host seven games, including both semi-finals and the final.“We will continue to follow Government advice and no special measures have been proposed at this stage,” an English FA spokesman told AFP.– How quickly do they need to act? –UEFA risks being left with not enough space to complete fixtures in its club competitions, with the added complication of certain countries having postponed domestic matches at least until the end of March, as is the case in Italy, Spain and the Netherlands.As it stands, the Champions League final is scheduled to be played in Istanbul on May 30, just 13 days before Euro 2020 starts.They may be left with little choice but to push back the final stages of the Champions League, therefore meaning the European Championship has to be postponed.In any case, it is currently unclear if all 24 qualified nations for the Euro will be known in time.The final four qualifying berths are due to be decided in play-off semi-finals and finals scheduled for the end of this month, but in the current situation it is hard to see how all of those matches will be completed on time.A friendly between the Netherlands and Spain, scheduled for March 29 in Amsterdam, has been postponed and more upcoming internationals are likely to follow, due to the knock-on effects of the virus, quarantines and population lockdowns.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Fullerton birdies 18 to capture first Zone One West Kootenay Junior tour title Sunday in Nakusp

first_imgRyan Fullerton took advantage of a small field to capture his first ever Zone One West Kootenay Junior Golf tour title Sunday at the Nakusp course. “Ryan played solid golf all day and sealed the victory sticking his approach on 18 to five feet and then making the birdie putt,” said zone coordinator Rob McKay.”Ryan has played the circuit for three years and he was well deserving of the win.”Brenan Moroney of Rossland/Trail won the 17-18 division while in the 15-16 category Brett Mengler of the host Nakusp course took first ahead of Amber Arnold from Castlegar.The 14 and under division went to a playoff with Braden McKay from RTCC beating Carson Arcuri from Granite Point on the second playoff hole. On the first playoff hole Carson made a fantastic par save from the bunker, but on the second hole of the playoff his approach ran through the green and he was not able to get up and down. In the Net division the McInnes brothers from Nakusp took honors.  Nathyn McInnes took the 15 – 18 year old division with a net 67 and Dugan the 14 and under with a net 63. In the skill prizes Brenan Moroney and Braden McKay both dominated.  Both kids won the KP and LD in their age divisions.last_img read more

If success is measured in smiles, the Save On Foods Nelson International Novice Shootout was very successful

first_imgThe Nelson and District Community Complex and Civic Centre Arenas were filled with future superstars of the ice at the annual Save On Foods Nelson International Novice Shootout.The tournament, hosted by Nelson Minor Hockey, attracted more than 500 people to the Heritage City for the annual tournament for boys and girls between the ages of five to eight years. Nelson Minor Hockey had three teams in the mix — Nelson Ice Knights, Nelson Leafs and Nelson Chargers — with other teams from Spokane, Creston, Beaver Valley, Trail and Castlegar also entered.The Nelson Daily dropped by the tourney to snap a few pictures of the stars in action.last_img