Higashihayashiguchi / ALTS Design Office

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/514584/higashihayashiguchi-alts-design-office Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/514584/higashihayashiguchi-alts-design-office Clipboard Japan Area:  100 m² Area:  100 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs:  via ALTS Design OfficeSave this picture!Courtesy of ALTS Design OfficeText description provided by the architects. This plan is a project of the store combination house which is not seized with the established concept such as “the Japanese food stores such as cafe” in “dwelling, such as a shop”. Because we were the land where a site was built along former Tokaido of the Minakuchi inn which was the 50th post town of fifty-three stages of the Tokaido, the building did it with the placement plan that we prepared in neighboring cityscape and did first floor region with simple space constitution to assume a store, second floor region a house.Save this picture!Section From the desire to Japanese stores to put feel free to clients such as the cafe, and the spatial configuration of natural yet Japanese store, we designed aimed at stores that one women even put willingly store part of the first floor. Also, instead of putting up walls in a space itself sometimes wife would Employed in clothing store in the residential part of the second floor , it was thought that the partitioning to calm the space , such as clothes and furniture as shop.Save this picture!Courtesy of ALTS Design OfficeFurther , it is to display it in steps to become the bench and also become a desk floor we noticed . We direct the space attractive consecutive in a horizontal plane in which such different height difference.Save this picture!Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessShigeru Ban’s “Kooky” Architecture: Just What the World Needs?MiscVIDEO: The Models of Richard MeierVideos Share Higashihayashiguchi / ALTS Design Office Projects ArchDaily Save this picture!Courtesy of ALTS Design Office+ 22 Share CopyCoffee Shop, Houses, Interior Design•Japan Coffee Shop Year:  “COPY” Higashihayashiguchi / ALTS Design OfficeSave this projectSaveHigashihayashiguchi / ALTS Design Office Year:  Architects: ALTS Design Office Area Area of this architecture project Photographs “COPY” 2014 2014 CopyAbout this officeALTS Design OfficeOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsHospitality ArchitectureRestaurants & BarsCoffee ShopResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignInteriorsHousesHotels and RestaurantsJapanPublished on June 12, 2014Cite: “Higashihayashiguchi / ALTS Design Office” 12 Jun 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogMetal PanelsAurubisCopper Alloy: Nordic BrassCompositesMitrexPhotovoltaic Solar Cladding – BIPV CladdingPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodPanel Façade SystemArmchairsUniForArmchair – ParigiLouvers / ShuttersBruagShading Screens – Perforated Facade PanelsAluminium CompositesSculptformAluminium Façade BladesCultural / PatrimonialIsland Exterior FabricatorsSeptember 11th Memorial Museum Envelope SystemWire MeshJakobWebnet in a Gymnasium in GurmelsDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Pocket Door | MareaPaintKEIMMineral Paint for Concrete – KEIM Concretal®-WLouversReynaers AluminiumSolar ShadingHandlesFormaniFitting Collection – ARCMore products »Read commentsSave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

Learn About Ocean City’s Recycling Program at Environmental Lecture Series on March 27

first_imgLearn about Ocean City’s recycling program, what can be recycled and Cape May County’s goals for recycling during a free lecture 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 27 at the Ocean City Free Public Library.The event is part of the Environmental Lecture Series sponsored by the Ocean City Environmental Commission in partnership with the library. Lyn Crumbock, recycling coordinator for the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority, will be the featured speaker.The lecture will be in the Chris Maloney Lecture Hall at the library. For more information, call 609-399-2434, ext. 5222Download (PDF, 83KB) Ocean City Free Public Librarylast_img read more

Skeete attends CONCACAF Women’s Elite Referee Course

first_imgGUYANA’S lone FIFA female referee Maurees Skeete is in Costa Rica to attend the October 19-22 Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association (CONCACAF) 2017 Women’s Elite Referee/Assistant Referee Course.Skeete is the only participating referee from Guyana in this four-day course, which will be held at the Barceló San Jose Hotel in Costa Rica. Manager of Refereeing, Mark Cahen, and Refereeing Administrator Michelle Savani will oversee the entire initiative.Head of Refereeing Department, Stanley Lancaster stated that “based on Skeete’s continued high performance she has been placed as a Tier 2 CONCACAF Referee. This will serve as an encouragement to up-and-coming female officials and help to motivate other females to come onboard. We need an increase in our female referees, not just in numbers but in quality.”CONCACAF’s Technical Instructors Kari Seitz, Jennifer Bennett, Luis Hernandez and Leonel Leal will conduct the course, complemented by Fitness Instructors Allan Browne and Kelesha Antoine.The Women’s Elite Referee Course is designed to continue the development of the Women Elite Referees and Assistant Referees and will field 38 participants.Activities for the course will include technical, as well as practical training and physical fitness testing. It will utilise classroom and field sessions, including video tests.last_img read more

CONCACAF opens New Kingston office

first_imgThe Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) has opened a new regional office in at the Courtleigh Corporate Centre, in New Kingston, as part of what it says is its effort to accelerate football development throughout the Caribbean. CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani was the special guest at the official opening of the office on Wednesday night and he described the move as a landmark for the entire region. “This is a milestone for the confederation and its 41-member associations. With the completion of the office, we take an important step towards accomplishing our ‘One CONCACAF’ vision to further invest in football and achieve prosperity in the game,” he said. The “One CONCACAF” initiative was conceived by its president Victor Montagliani, with the aim of setting up a financial assistance programme to aid the development of football in these member associations. It will see a pay out of US$125,000 to each on a yearly basis. The office will be headed by Horace Reid who will now serve in the role of CONCACAF Caribbean Football Director and Montagliani said that Reid was the best choice for the role. “There’s no doubt of Jamaica’s pedigree in CONCACAF, not just in the Caribbean,” Montagliani said. “There have been offices here in the past, not from a CONCACAF perspective but from a Caribbean perspective. I thought it was important that we establish roots here and Horace was the obvious choice with his pedigree as an administrator in the global game, not just the Caribbean region. So to build a team around him, to service our members in the Caribbean and to push our One CONCACAF platform forward as it relates to development and the operation of the competitions, it was just an obvious choice.” Reid said that he is not in the role for special recognition or praise, and described himself as just another member of the office when it opens its door for business. “I’m just one of the vehicles,” he said. “I’m not here to position myself as the leader of the vehicle. I’m just a member of the vehicle – a member of the team that is trying to elevate the football across the region …” CONCACAF’s 41-member associations are broken down into three from North America, seven from Central America and 31 from the Caribbean. CONCACAF is headquartered in Miami, Florida but also has another regional office in Guatemala to oversee its affairs in Central America. BEST CHOICElast_img read more

It’s ‘National Stadium’ for Afcon 2013

first_img3 January 2013 Johannesburg’s FNB Stadium, which will host the opening and closing of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon), will be known as the National Stadium for the duration of the tournament. The announcement was made last week after First National Bank (FNB) agreed to waive its naming rights for the stadium outside Soweto during Afcon 2013. This followed a dispute between the Department of Public Works, the owner of the stadium, and FNB on the branding of the stadium during the tournament. The agreement is in line with Fifa rules on the non-branding of stadiums for Fifa-sanctioned tournaments. The new name will be used exclusively over the course of the tournament. The stadium, also known as Soccer City and The Calabash, is located in Nasrec outside Soweto. It is situated next to the South African Football Association’s headquarters (Safa House). The stadium has hosted the final of the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Africa’s soccer showpiece event which kicks off on 19 January and wraps up on 10 February. Source: SANews.gov.zalast_img read more

Green From the Start – Home Edition

first_imgThen we started laying out the rooms, and the house began to grow. Right now it is about 2200 SF, and I am looking to trim it down to 2000 SF or less. I am struggling with some decisions that may affect that dreaded “resale value”. On one hand, I don’t expect to sell this house, so who cares? On the other hand, who knows where I will be in 5 years, so maybe I should think about what the next person might like.Damn, I am behaving just like my old clients right about the time I tell them to just make a decision and go with it. Well, I’m not ready to make all those decisions yet, and, lucky for me, I have plenty of things to do before I have to. A friend of mine, sick of listening to me whine about the project, volunteered to be my client for my own house to help me make up my mind. I might have to take him up on that.So far, so goodSo far, the house is looking pretty good – nice open living area, centrally located mechanical systems, lots of natural ventilation, big screened porches, and carefully shaded windows to keep it cool in the hot Georgia sun. My various consultants (friends and family) have advised me to make some changes which will be considered as the design progresses.A meeting with the city arborist is scheduled for next week. Getting approval to build near those nice old trees is my next big step. After that, I need to meet with a local landscape architect to get some direction on the site work and plantings.I have reviewed the schematic drawings with the director of the local historic commission as I live in a historic district, and she responded positively, although I still need to go through a hearing before the full board.Once I get direction from the arborist and landscape architect, I will move into design development, present more detailed drawings to the historic commission, and start preparing for permitting and construction. Even though I spent most of my adult life building and renovating, I still find it difficult to make decisions for myself, and I am already losing sleep over the project, a long standing habit of mine.Stay tuned, dear readers, I will be sharing my agony about this project until it is finished. I hope it will be entertaining.Here is a link to the current plans. Seville Residence.pdf RELATED ARTICLES Green From the Start: Home Edition Volume 2What We Have Here Is a Failure to Communicate Green From the Start Redux, or Trying to Build Green in a Historic DistrictGreen From the Start: Small Victory DepartmentMusings on Lawsuits, Spiritual Energy, and Metal RoofsFinally! Starting Construction At My House A few weeks ago I spent about eight hours with Barley and Pfeiffer Architects in Austin, TX, working up a preliminary design for my new house near Atlanta. While I certainly increased my carbon footprint by flying to Texas for this meeting, having been around the design and construction industry for a while, I decided that I wanted to go with the most experienced architects I could find for my new, green home. Peter Pfeiffer has been a friend of mine pretty much since the day he attended a jobsite tour of a “green” renovation project of mine. Within minutes of walking on site, he began savaging me for all the mistakes I had made on the project, including unshaded west facing windows, south facing skylights, and inadequate cross ventilation – and he was just getting started. Once I suppressed my natural urge to choke the daylights out of him, I realized that his criticism was pretty much on target, and we have been friends ever since.The Not So Small HouseMy plan is to create a modest house for myself, including an office, and a room for my college age daughter, on the lot where I currently live in a 700-square-foot shack ready for recycling.Initially, I set a goal of a maximum of 1600 square feet, expecting that this would work in a 1 ½ story bungalow style. Well, just a few minutes into our schematic design meeting, it became clear that the house would need to be 2 full stories, primarily due to the tight spacing between existing old growth trees on the lot.last_img read more

Under-17 World Cup: India draw Ghana, USA, Colombia in Group A

first_imgIndia were clubbed with the United States of America, Colombia and Ghana in Group A of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, it was decided in the official draw held.The Under-17 World Cup will be held for the first time in India from October 6-28.A total of 24 teams will take part in the youth showpiece to be hosted by six cities across the country. Nigeria are the defending champions.India will kick off their campaign against the USA on October 6 before taking on Colombia on October 9.The hosts will conclude the first phase with a match against Ghana on October 12. Ghana, for the record, won the tournament in 1991 and 1995.The tournament’s opening match will be between Colombia and Ghana (Group A) and New Zealand and Turkey (Group B) in New Delhi and Mumbai respectively.Besides New Delhi where India will play their group matches, the other five cities earmarked for the youth showpiece are Mumbai, Kochi, Goa, Guwahati and Kolkata which will also host the final.Besides African side Niger and Oceania outfit New Caledonia, India will take part in any FIFA World Cup for the first time.Two teams from each group along with the four best third placed teams in the group stages will move to the round of 16, to be held from October 16.The quarter finals are to be held on October 21 and 22 followed by the two semi-finals on October 25 in Guwahati and Navi Mumbai.The third place game and the final are both scheduled in Kolkata on October 28.advertisementThe groups are as follows – Group A: India, USA, Colombia, GhanaGroup B: Paraguay, Mali, New Zealand, TurkeyGroup C: Iran, Guinea, Germany, Costa RicaGroup D: Korea DPR, Niger, Brazil, SpainGroup E: Honduras, Japan, New Caledonia, FranceGroup F: Iraq, Mexico, Chile, Englandlast_img read more

Video: Minnesota’s Carlos Morris Hits 3 To Tie Game vs. MSU, Misses Potential Winning Free Throw

first_imgCarlos Morris is fouled while hitting game-tying three vs. Michigan State.Vine/@MattNorlanderMichigan State nearly lost its game against Minnesota on one of the worst fouls you’ll see. Instead, the Spartans lucked out, and have a chance to redeem themselves in overtime. With his Golden Gophers down three and two seconds remaining in the game, Carlos Morris drilled a three-pointer and was fouled by Michigan State’s Gavin Schilling. Foul up three. But not like that. Izzo not even registering what happened. https://t.co/BaMUDf0LVr— Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) February 27, 2015With the game now tied at 78, Morris had a chance to win the game at the free throw line, but was unable to complete the four-point play. Instead, this great Big Ten battle has gone to overtime. Minnesota leads 81-80 with 3:32 remaining in the game.last_img read more

Mangok Mathiang’s Only Basket Of The Game Was The Game Winner For Louisville Against Virginia

first_imgMangok Mathiang scores game-winner.Louisville just finished its regular season with a 59-57 victory over No. 2 Virginia at the KFC Yum! Center. What made the Cards’ victory so remarkable was just how they got it done.After Virginia’s Malcolm Brogdon put the Cavs up 57-56 on a three-pointer with 16 seconds to play, Louisville had a chance to win it. The Cavaliers doubled UL point guard Terry Rozier off of a pick-and-roll, leaving big man Mangok Mathiang wide-open. Since January 31st, Mathiang had made just one of 16 field goal attempts. He had not attempted a shot in 14 minutes today. Naturally, he swished the foul line jumper off Rozier’s feed like it was second nature.Virginia’s foul-court inbounds pass landed out of bounds, and Rozier finished things off with a free throw. Louisville’s win clinched the No. 4 seed in the upcoming ACC Tournament, and a coveted double-bye into the quarterfinals.All thanks to the 6-foot-10 sophomore from Australia who found his way into the scoring column at the most opportune time.last_img read more

Ohio State Football: OSU Dubbed Over Evan Spencer’s Sugar Bowl TD Pass To Michael Thomas With A Van Gogh Quote

first_imgOhio State WR Michael Thomas TD Catch.Twitter/@OSUCoachMeyerOhio State fans wouldn’t be totally out of line called Evan Spencer’s double reverse touchdown pass to Michael Thomas in the Sugar Bowl against Alabama a “piece of art.” Apparently Urban Meyer (and/or whoever runs his Twitter account) agrees. Meyer tweeted out a video of the play, with a Vincent Van Gogh quote dubbed over it:“Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together.”Embrace The Grind pic.twitter.com/8Y9zsJzKl8— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) June 8, 2015We have to say, that quote sums up the game of football very well. [Eleven Warriors]last_img read more