2628 Sister House / Pranala Associates

first_img2628 Sister House / Pranala AssociatesSave this projectSave2628 Sister House / Pranala Associates CopyHouses•Bandung, Indonesia Photographs Year:  CopyAbout this officePranala AssociatesOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBandungIndonesiaPublished on July 01, 2015Cite: “2628 Sister House / Pranala Associates” 01 Jul 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogVentilated / Double Skin FacadeTechnowoodClick Façade SystemWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisOxidized Copper: Nordic BrownAcousticKvadrat AcousticsAcoustic Panel System in AMOREPACIFIC HeadquartersStonesCosentinoSilestone® Surfaces – Loft SeriesWoodLunawoodThermo Timber and Industrial ThermowoodLightsLouis PoulsenOutdoor Lighting – Flindt PlazaTiles / Mosaic / GresiteLove TilesPorcelain Tiles – NestAluminium CompositesMetawellAluminum Panels for Interior DesignMetallicsRHEINZINKZinc Roof Systems – Double Lock Standing SeamStoolsWilkhahnOffice Stool – Aline-SBulbs / Spots / Wall LightsUniosHorticultural Luminaire – Kobe FloMore products »Save想阅读文章的中文版本吗?2628姐妹别墅 / Pranala Associates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 photographs:  Hamdan Hidayat, M. Ifran Nurdin Photographs:  Hamdan Hidayat, M. Ifran Nurdin Save this picture!© M. Ifran NurdinText description provided by the architects. This modern house is actually two houses being designed as one building. Two families live there. It was built in 2011 to 2013 on a relatively even site of 597 square metres and designed in accordance to the Owner’s wishes, that is, to become a manageable, compact and harmonious house.Save this picture!© Hamdan HidayatManageable means that the house has a hierarchical room programming according to the public, semi-private and private areas. The private area are on the upper floor whereas the ground floor is made to accommodate semi-private activities such as dining and family gathering on each house. The courtyard is meant as a public area as well as an intermediary between the houses.Save this picture!First Floor PlanCompact means that it has a linear room organization and all rooms are facing the courtyard. Even the entrance to these houses is part of the courtyard’s terrace. This courtyard is also to allow maximum natural light and air into each house while the terrace becomes an intermediation between public and semi-private areas.Save this picture!© Hamdan HidayatHaving a limitation of void as a green open space, the concept of green wall or vertical garden is applied in combination with a pond to bring cosiness. Ulin wood is placed for floor covering that connects the two houses to bring more tropical nuance while the green wall is to reduce the heat of sunlight from the West. To unite all elements of exterior, interior and landscape, we combines variety of materials such as wood, marble, travertine, basalt stone, iron and cement.Save this picture!© Hamdan HidayatOpenings at the frontage are limited due to its orientation towards the West. However, the facade is made under a singular concept so as to look like a compact building.Save this picture!© M. Ifran NurdinProject gallerySee allShow lessMargaret Court Arena Redevelopment / NH Architecture + PopulousSelected ProjectsCentre for Urban Design and Mental Health Launch Event and ReceptionEvent Share Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/769442/2628-sisterhouse-pranala-associates Clipboard Indonesia Projects 2628 Sister House / Pranala Associates Area:  597 m² Area:  597 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Pranala Associates Area Area of this architecture project 2013 2013 “COPY” Save this picture!© Hamdan Hidayat+ 21 Share ArchDaily “COPY” Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/769442/2628-sisterhouse-pranala-associates Clipboardlast_img read more

Retail Beef and Pork Prices Up

first_img Previous articleCorn Growers Applaud Introduction of Fuel Choice and Deregulation ActNext articleStudents ‘Magnify’ Agriculture During Purdue Ag Week Gary Truitt Higher retail prices for several foods, including sirloin tip roast, ground chuck, deli ham and orange juice, resulted in a slight increase in the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Spring Picnic Marketbasket survey The informal survey shows the total cost of 16 food items that can be used to prepare one or more meals was $53.87, up $.60 or about 1 percent compared to a survey conducted a year ago. Of the 16 items surveyed, eight increased and eight decreased in average price. “Several meat items increased in price, accounting for much of the modest increase in the marketbasket,” said John Anderson, AFBF’s deputy chief economist. “The 1 percent increase shown by our survey tracks closely with the Agriculture Department’s forecast of 2 percent to 3 percent food inflation for 2015,” he said.Items showing retail price increases from a year ago included:sirloin tip roast, up 14 percent to $5.71 per poundground chuck, up 12 percent to $4.61 per poundorange juice, up 7 percent to $3.47 per half-gallontoasted oat cereal, up 7 percent to $3.12 for a 9-ounce boxdeli ham, up 6 percent to $5.53 per poundeggs, up 4 percent to $2.05 per dozenshredded cheddar cheese, up 3 percent to $4.59 per poundpotatoes, up 2 percent to $2.74 for a 5-pound bagThese items showed modest retail price decreases compared to a year ago:flour, down 9 percent to $2.52 for a 5-pound bagbacon, down 8 percent to $4.44 per poundapples, down 8 percent to $1.47 per poundchicken breast, down 7 percent to $3.28 per poundwhole milk, down 6 percent to $3.45 per gallonvegetable oil, down 6 percent to $2.67 for a 32-ounce bottlebagged salad, down 5 percent to $2.47 per poundwhite bread, down 3 percent to $1.75 per 20-ounce loafPrice checks of alternative milk and egg choices not included in the overall marketbasket survey average revealed the following: 1/2 gallon regular milk, $2.24; 1/2 gallon organic milk, $4.47; and one dozen “cage-free” eggs, $3.57.The year-to-year direction of the marketbasket survey tracks closely with the federal government’s Consumer Price Index (https://www.bls.gov/cpi/) report for food at home. As retail grocery prices have increased gradually over time, the share of the average food dollar that America’s farm and ranch families receive has dropped. “Through the mid-1970s, farmers received about one-third of consumer retail food expenditures for food eaten at home and away from home, on average. Since then, that figure has decreased steadily and is now about 16 percent, according to the Agriculture Department’s revised Food Dollar Series,” Anderson said.Using the “food at home and away from home” percentage across-the-board, the farmer’s share of this $53.87 marketbasket would be $8.62.AFBF, the nation’s largest general farm organization, began conducting informal quarterly marketbasket surveys of retail food price trends in 1989. The series includes a spring picnic survey, summer cookout survey, fall harvest survey and Thanksgiving survey.According to USDA, Americans spend just under 10 percent of their disposable annual income on food, the lowest average of any country in the world. A total of 86 shoppers in 29 states participated in the latest survey, conducted in March. SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Retail Beef and Pork Prices Up Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter SHARE By Gary Truitt – Apr 2, 2015 Retail Beef and Pork Prices Uplast_img read more

Notre Dame News: Things to know

first_imgBiden, Boehner receive prestigious Laetare Medal amid outcry The Laetare Medal is considered one of the most prestigious awards for American Catholics. The 2016 medal was jointly awarded to Vice President Joe Biden and former Speaker of the House John Boehner, a gesture by University President Fr. John Jenkins to encourage bipartisan dialogue. The award sparked an outcry among students, alumni and conservative groups, who criticized the decision to award the pro-choice Vice President and the pro-death-penalty Speaker. Both politicians attended the 2016 commencement ceremony and received the medal. Obama speaks to 2009 graduates, 2016 election winner will be invited to 2017 commencement The University invites each newly-elected President of the United States to give the Commencement address the spring after inauguration. In 2009, President Barack Obama accepted the invitation, instigating a nationwide wave of criticism of the decision to invite a politician who was pro-choice and supported stem-cell research. Obama spoke at commencement and addressed the criticisms directly, encouraging people to find commonalities amid moral disagreements. As the 2016 election approaches, the University is again expected to invite whomever is elected. University in national spotlight over sexual assault cases In 2015, CNN released a documentary, “The Hunting Ground,” which examined how colleges and universities mishandle sexual assault cases. Featuring Saint Mary’s and Notre Dame, the documentary highlighted multiple cases where the University and the College failed to respond to reports by Saint Mary’s students who accused Notre Dame students of sexual assault. The documentary inspired activism by students, faculty and alumni to urge the College and the University to change their practices regarding sexual assault. University involved in legal battles In 2012, the University sued the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, seeking an exemption from the Obamacare requirement that employers provide contraceptive access. The suit and its appeals were ultimately unsuccessful. In 2015, ESPN sued the University for access to police records on student athletes accused of crimes. An appellate court sided with ESPN, saying NDSP was a public agency subject to open records laws, but it is unclear which records the network will get and when. As a result of the suit, a bill was introduced in the Indiana state legislature intended to clarify open records laws, but was vetoed by Gov. Mike Pence. First official LGBT student organization formed2013 saw the first meetings of PrismND, Notre Dame’s first official organization for LGBT students. Students had been attempting to start such an organization for decades, and after a months-long review of resources for the LGBT community at Notre Dame, resulting in a pastoral plan, PrismND was approved. Fr. Theodore Hesburgh, who built ND for 50 years, dies in 2015 During Hesburgh’s 30-year presidency, women were admitted to the University and laypeople to the board of trustees, and Notre Dame’s national profile rose. The Holy Cross priest, who was photographed arm-in-arm with Martin Luther King, Jr. and said a Mass in the then-Soviet Union, was a campus institution — students considered it an honor to visit his office on the 14th floor of the library named after him. When he died at 97, U.S. presidents and Nobel Prize winners offered condolences. He left a legacy of civil rights activism and academic freedom in Catholic education, as well as a premier Catholic research university.  Football team goes to 2013 national championship  After years of mediocre football at Notre Dame Stadium, the storyline changed dramatically in 2012, when the Irish posted a perfect regular season en route to a BCS National Championship Game loss to Alabama. A lights-out defense, led by Heisman Trophy runner-up linebacker Manti Te’o, propelled the Irish to the title game, but Notre Dame failed to mount a challenge in South Florida, falling 42-14 to the Crimson Tide on the season’s biggest stage. University starts new construction projectsThe past several years saw much construction and renovation. Campus Crossroads, a $400-million project that added academic departments and student spaces to the football stadium, began in 2014 and is scheduled to be completed in 2017. In 2015, Hesburgh Library began a renovation which gave several floors a more open plan. Two new dorm buildings, Flaherty and Dunne Halls, were built, as was McCourtney Hall, a research building. Jenkins Hall, which will house the Keough School of Global Affairs, is slated to open in Fall 2017.  New college created for the first time in decadesIn 2014, the University announced the creation of the Keough School of Global Affairs, which will offer academic programs for undergraduate and graduate students, work with Notre Dame’s centers abroad and other internationally-focused institutes and offer a new Masters in Global Affairs. Changes proposed for Notre Dame Core Curriculum Every 10 years, the University reviews its Core Curriculum, the set of courses that every student must take. The process began in 2014, briefly sparking fears that the University theology requirement would be reduced or eliminated. A Core Curriculum committee solicited ideas and feedback from the Notre Dame community and in November 2015 released its recommendations, proposing a revision that would reduce the total number of core courses and require students to take classes in broader categories such as “quantitative analysis” and “aesthetic analysis,” as opposed to math or fine arts. A final report will be presented to University administration this semester. University decides to admit undocumented students In 2013, the University admitted and gave financial aid to undocumented students for the first time, following an admissions policy revision that considered undocumented applicants domestic, not international, students. The University was following guidelines from the Obama administration, which as an executive order had given undocumented people under a certain age the opportunity to defer deportation, opening up the possibility of higher education for many. PE course replaced with Moreau First-Year Experience For decades, Notre Dame required its freshmen to pass a swim test or take swimming lessons, as well as complete a physical education course. For the incoming class of 2019 those requirements were eliminated to some controversy. The replacement was the Moreau First-Year Experience, a one-credit class that addressed aspects of wellness, cultural competence and student life. Tags: Construction, Core Curriculum, football, Fr. Ted, Freshman Orientation 2016, Hesburgh, Keough school, Laetare Medal, lawsuit, Moreau First Year Experience, news, Obama, PrismND, sexual assault, Things to know, undocumented studentslast_img read more

Stara Sušica becomes the “home” of the center of large carnivores

first_imgStara Sušica, a place in the Municipality of Ravna Gora, should soon get a Visitor Center about large carnivores. Find out more about the project HERE The idea of ​​the Center was launched in 2014, and it was conceived as an object that would present visitors in an interesting and innovative way the values ​​of the preserved Gorski Kotar region where bears, wolves and lynx live. Photo: JU Nature As part of the project in Gorski kotar in Stara Sušica, a visitor center called the Great Beast will be built with the aim of valorizing natural heritage and protected animal species in the promotion and branding of Gorski kotar. The Visitor Center on large carnivores and the design of interesting year-round tourist and educational facilities will improve the conditions for preservation and sustainable management of cultural heritage and increase the tourist attractiveness of Gorski kotar, but also develop awareness of the importance of biodiversity conservation.center_img The goal is to stimulate the local economy by putting the Center into operation, but also to increase the number of visitors, prolong the tourist season, create new jobs and motivate the local population to economic activity, ie food production, accommodation services, souvenirs, opening restaurants. local specialties and the like. This would make the whole destination more recognizable and attractive to visitors. By the way, Gorski kotar is one of the few areas in Europe where all three large carnivores still live: the brown bear, the gray wolf and the Eurasian lynx. A visitor center about large carnivores will be built on the site of today’s dilapidated building near the well-known Frankopan castle in Stara Sušica, where school children have been coming for decades to teach in nature. The total value of the project is around 8,1 million kuna, and the European Union will co-finance it in the amount of 5 million kuna. The center is scheduled to be finalized in early September 2020. At the end of 2015, the project was positively assessed by the commission of the Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency, which in 2016 financed a feasibility study, terms of reference, project documentation for interior design and its visual and graphic identity and preparation of applications for EU structural funds. The main activities of the project are the reconstruction of the building of the future Center, arranging a permanent exhibition on large carnivores, making an action and marketing plan, making indigenous souvenirs and educational and promotional materials, Gorski kotar bestiary, etc. Also, the Center will hold workshops for children on large beasts, tracking, storytelling, etc.last_img read more

Odisha FC announces contract extension for Vinit Rai

first_imgBhubaneswar: Odisha FC on Friday announced that India international Vinit Rai will continue being a part of the team till 2023. The midfielder signed the extension of his contract with the Bhubaneswar-based ISL club on Friday. Speaking on the development, Odisha FC owner Rohan Sharma said, “Today is a great day for Odisha FC. Vinit is an amazing player, a future captain, and someone who has believed what we are trying to achieve at Odisha FC since I’ve met him. I’m proud to see the growth I’ve seen for the past three years and I look forward to seeing him grow even further for the next 3 and hopefully beyond.” Expressing his delight, Vinit said, “I am very happy to renew my contract with Odisha FC. This is the club which allowed me to play regularly in the ISL and I have grown up as a player since I have joined here. We are in a good position to qualify for the playoffs this season and I want to keep working hard for this amazing club.” “I want to thank each and everyone who have shown their love and support towards me. I am also thankful to the coaches, the team management and specially Mr. Rohan Sharma. He supports all the young players so much and I just want to achieve bigger things in this season and in the upcoming editions with Odisha FC,” the 22-year-old added. IANSAlso Read: Odisha FC flex muscle at home with Mumbai City FC scalpAlso Watch: Watch Bhogali Bihu preparation from Guwahati ahead ‘Uruka’ (Night before Magh Bihu)last_img read more

Chris Clemons creating an unforgettable legacy at Campbell

first_imgBUIES CREEK, N.C. — It’s quiet here in this small corner of North Carolina.In truth, Buies Creek doesn’t boast much in the way of sightseeing. That is, of course, unless you count Chris Clemons, the 5-9 point-scoring machine for Campbell University who is not-so-quietly making NCAA history. Clemons, the senior leader of the 12-9 Fighting Camels (5-2 in Big South play) has become one of the most exciting scorers to watch in college basketball this season. Not that that’s anything new.MORE: Ryan Fagan’s College Basketball Road TripOff the court, Clemons likes hanging out with family, fishing, playing Spades, drawing and playing video games: “just normal boy stuff,” in his words. On the court, he’s anything but, dropping nearly 29 points a game this season by slashing his way through the lane, making NBA-distance 3s or leaping over defenders for dunks.Clemons leads all Division I players this season with 28.8 points per game and 604 total points on a .466 shooting percentage. And with 2,836 career points, he not only is the all-time leading scorer in Campbell and Big South history, but also the leading scorer among active Division I players (South Dakota State’s Mike Daum is second, with 2,803). If he keeps up this pace, he’s also on track to become a top-10 NCAA Division I scorer.“I’m just going out there and playing every night the way I like to play the game,” Clemons told Sporting News. “I have a lot of freedom out there on the court to make plays for myself and for my teammates.”If Clemons’ explanation of his points production seems deadpan, that’s because it is. In his opinion, there’s a simple explanation: Even from the beginning, he was “just a kid that loved to play the game.”As a senior at Millbrook High School in Raleigh, N.C., Clemons scored 699 points, averaging 24.1 points a game. He was dunking in high school with a reported 44-inch vertical leap (to put that into perspective, former Memphis guard D.J. Stephens set the NBA Combine record with a 46-inch running vertical leap in 2013). He still holds multiple Millbrook records, including most 3-pointers in a season, most points in a single season, most points in a game, and sits in second on the school’s all-time scoring list.Despite that success, Clemons was overlooked by big-name schools early in the recruiting process because of his size. That opened the door for Campbell coach Kevin McGeehan to recruit him the summer before Clemons’ senior year. The confidence McGeehan showed in Clemons showed during that process — plus the proximity of Campbell to his hometown of Raleigh — made it an easy decision.“He brought the entire coaching staff to some of my games and you don’t really see that often,” Clemons said. “That kind of tells you that he’s a guy that really believes in you and really wants you to succeed and really wants you at his school. That was huge for me and I’m sure he’ll pull out all the stops like that again for somebody else but for me that was big.”That said, McGeehan understood early on the talent Clemons could bring to Campbell.“I saw him literally three minutes and texted my assistant and said, ‘This is the guy,’” McGeehan told SN. “When I was recruiting him, I told him I thought he would be the all-time leading scorer in Campbell’s history.”MORE: SN’s midseason All-America teamWith nine games left in the 2018-19 regular season, it’s hard to imagine Clemons not finishing his college career among the top scorers in college basketball history. It’s a sentiment McGeehan shares as well, and he would know better than most: He’s seen it done before, when he saw firsthand La Salle forward Lionel Simmons score his 3,000th career point against Manhattan in February 1990.It’s a milestone he believes Clemons can reach as well.“Three-thousand is a heck of a lot of points and it looks like he’s got a chance at it,” McGeehan said. “I’m not surprised by what he has done, only because I’ve seen not only how good he is but how much he has developed over time.”Clemons’ ability to consistently create space for his teammates and put up double-digit scoring figures — a feat he’s accomplished in 103 straight games, the NCAA’s longest active streak and fourth-longest in history — are among his biggest contributions to Campbell basketball. But he understands what he does off the court is just as important as the baskets he scores each game.“These guys look up to me a little more than they do anybody else,” Clemons said. “Just being a positive role model for these guys and showing them how to do things the right way and how they can be successful is probably my biggest contribution.”That said, the ball does spend a lot of time in Clemons’ hands, and McGeehan realizes how easy it would be for this to become an issue with his players. But Clemons isn’t just a high-volume scorer for Campbell. He puts his team’s success above his own and makes sure teammates get the ball if that puts the team in a better position.“I think that there is a sense of confidence that comes with playing with somebody that you know can just do it and do it at a high level,” McGeehan said. “I think that the other guys really trust him to make decisions and to make plays and to help us win.”NANTAIS: Rui Hachimura setting new standard for Japanese basketballClemons, whom McGeehan characterized as “quiet,” has also become more vocal with his teammates, learning how to use his voice more effectively to help his team. That leadership was put on display on Jan. 10 when Campbell lost 90-86 at home against Winthrop. The way Clemons spoke afterward, it was as if he himself had lost the game.“I didn’t think I made routine shots that I normally make,” he said after the game. “I feel like I pretty much lost that game for us.”This, despite the fact he dropped 34 points and a career-high six assists. But to Clemons, it wasn’t good enough because his team didn’t win.Luckily for him, he got another opportunity on Wednesday to put his leadership on display against Big South leader Radford. With Campbell down 67-65, Clemons took his team’s final shot as the game clock expired.The shot. The win.Chris Clemons does it again to give Campbell the win over league-leading Radford #SCTop10 pic.twitter.com/D5sY3dypLe— Campbell Basketball (@GoCamelsMBB) January 31, 2019Those are the kinds of plays that have helped Clemons appear occasionally on SportsCenter’s Top 10, including a blistering 42-point performance against Liberty in 2017-18 in which he and teammate Marcus Burk each made 10 3-point shots apiece.For some, the national attention and accolades that come with highlight-reel plays would be a distraction. But not for Clemons.“I always play the game the same way, the attention doesn’t really mean anything to me while I’m on the court,” he said. “I’m just trying to play the game as it goes.”MORE: SN’s Field of 68 projectionsDespite his success, he just wants to be “one of the guys” — even if he’s fiercely competitive in just about everything he does.“I mean he’s not just competitive on the court, he likes to win at cards, fishing,” McGeehan said. “I don’t think there are many things that he does that he’s not thinking about trying to be better than me or whoever he’s with.”If you ask Clemons, he’ll tell you that what you see is what you get.“I’m a pretty laid-back guy,” Clemons said. “I like to have fun, joke around with my teammates and whatnot but pretty much what you see on the court is how I am.”As his senior season comes to a close, Clemons will look to prepare for the 2019 NBA Draft. This will be his third time going through the process, but there’s no coming back to Campbell after this season. That said, McGeehan has no doubt Clemons will get his crack at a professional career.And why not? Clemons proved to be everything McGeehan thought he’d be, and more. “He is going to put himself in a position to get there,” McGeehan said. “With his athleticism and his ability to score it’s just obviously been proven.”Regardless of where Clemons ends up after his college career is over, one thing is certain: The legacy he left at Campbell for fans, teammates and coaches to remember won’t soon be forgotten.“I think he’s always going to be connected to Campbell,” McGeehan said. “Chris. Clemons. Campbell. The three C’s. I think it’s always going to be. People are going to identify Campbell University and Chris Clemons for all time.”last_img read more