V36K0809 / Pasel.Kuenzel Architects

first_imgArchDaily V36K0809 / Pasel.Kuenzel Architects Architects: Pasel.Kuenzel Architects Area Area of this architecture project The Netherlands Projects V36K0809 / Pasel.Kuenzel ArchitectsSave this projectSaveV36K0809 / Pasel.Kuenzel Architects Photographs Photographs:  Marcel van der Burg Text description provided by the architects. On a former industrial site close to the historical heart of the renowned Dutch university city of Leiden, emerges one of the biggest urban developments of private-collective dwellings in the Netherlands.Save this picture!© Marcel van der BurgRecommended ProductsMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapIn their series of eleven town houses, Rotterdam based architects pasel.künzel architects present yet another exceptional residence.Save this picture!plan 03V36K08/09 is the front end of a terrace that is built on a collective parking garage.The residence comprises two separate dwellings for mother and son, including two spacious and hidden patios. Save this picture!© Marcel van der BurgThe dark pre-patinated zinc façade with its subtle disposition of seams gives the building a calm but yet spectacular appearance.Save this picture!© Marcel van der BurgLooking from the outside, the house appears rather compact and closed – a fortress in the urban tissue. Only by entering the estate through the heavy wooden gate, one gets into an utterly different inner world – an oasis of tranquillity, a living space that is generous and open, where inside and outside merge into each other.Save this picture!© Marcel van der BurgProject gallerySee allShow lessGalerie Emmanuel Perrotin / Oppenheim Architecture + DesignArticlesVideo: Ark HotelArticlesProject locationAddress:Leyden, The NetherlandsLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share “COPY” Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/87779/v36k0809-pasel-kuenzel-architects Clipboard 2010 CopyAbout this officePasel.Kuenzel ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingLeidenHousesThe NetherlandsPublished on November 11, 2010Cite: “V36K0809 / Pasel.Kuenzel Architects” 11 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogHandshowerhansgroheHand ShowersVinyl Walls3MVinyl Finish- DI-NOC™ Glass FinishPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceCommunications2NIntercom – 2N® IP VersoCurtain WallsIsland Exterior FabricatorsPace Gallery Envelope SystemMetal PanelsTrimoModular Metal Wall – Qbiss OneConcreteSika3D Concrete PrintingMetal PanelsLorin IndustriesAnodized Aluminum – Gun Metal Grey with Arconic Tectur-Al™GlassDip-TechCeramic Printing for Public TransportationBeams / PillarsBlumer LehmannTimber Construction in Cambridge MosquePorcelain StonewareCeramiche KeopeCeramic Tiles – 9Cento MosaicTiles / Mosaic / GresiteRakoFloor and Wall Tiles – Serie PiazzettaMore 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 stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/87779/v36k0809-pasel-kuenzel-architects Clipboard Housing “COPY” CopyHousing•Leiden, The Netherlands Save this picture!© Marcel van der Burg+ 15 Share Area:  285 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project last_img read more

Pidy UK appeals for riders for its 2016 “Ride 4 Hope”

first_imgSupplier Pidy UK is looking for amateur cyclists to take part in its 2016’s Ride 4 Hope, a 300-mile sponsored cycle ride, which will raise around £30,000 for a homeless charity.The 40-strong team will ride from Pidy UK’s base in Northampton through the Netherlands to Ypres in Belgium in the four-day event, which takes place from 8-12 September.It is hoped that ‘Ride 4 Hope 2016’, the third annual Ride 4 Hope, will raise £25,000-£30,000 for the Hope Centre charity, a Northampton-based charity, working to relieve poverty and tackle the causes of homelessness in the city.Robert Whittle, general manager of Pidy UK, said: “We are looking for a team of around 40 cyclists to join us. Split into two teams based on ability, cyclists will sample some of Europe’s most historic sites, take on a highly rewarding challenge and raise money for a truly exceptional cause.”Ride 4 Hope 2016 is also supported by courier company Action Express, which is providing a lorry and driver to accompany the trip, carrying riders’ clothes, food and spares as well as carting the bikes back following the trip.Riders are asked for a £300 contribution to accommodation and food during the trip and a pledge to raise a minimum of £300 in sponsorship for the charity.last_img read more

Norway mosque shooter jailed for 21 years for murder, anti-terrorism offense

first_imgManshaus wore a helmet camera, filming the mosque shooting, but failed in his attempt to broadcast the attack online.In his first court hearing last August, Manshaus appeared with black eyes and bruises on his face and neck from the ensuing fight at the mosque.The court rejected the defense’s plea to declare Manshaus insane, relying instead on a psychiatric evaluation which found him fit to stand trial.The 21-year prison term, the steepest available for the first-degree murder and breach of anti-terrorism law, also contained a provision that his release can be put off indefinitely should he still be considered a threat to society.  Topics : A far-right Norwegian man was jailed for 21 years on Thursday for the racially motivated murder of his Chinese-born stepsister and attempting to kill worshippers in a mosque shooting spree.Philip Manshaus expressed strong anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim views before last year’s attack and was unrepentant at trial.Manshaus, now 22 years old, shot and killed Johanne Zhangjia Ihle-Hansen in their family home, later explaining he believed the adopted daughter of his father’s spouse posed a risk to the family because of her Asian origin.center_img He then drove to the nearby al-Noor Islamic Centre and entered the building, firing several shots but hitting no one before being overpowered by a 65-year-old member of the congregation who wrestled away his guns.”He went in with the purpose of killing as many Muslims as possible,” judge Annika Lindstroem said.Manshaus expressed admiration for the massacre of more than 50 people at two New Zealand mosques last year by a white supremacist who filmed and broadcast the killings live.The attack also drew comparisons with the massacre of 77 people by far-right mass killer Anders Behring Breivik in 2011 in Norway’s worst peacetime atrocity.last_img read more

Video: The Ocean Cleanup Tests New North Sea Prototype

first_imgDutch foundation The Ocean Cleanup installed the first test segment of the new North Sea prototype, dubbed Boomy McBoomface, on August 29, ahead of the planned deployment of the cleanup system in mid-2018.The new test is being undertaken in the North Sea to verify The Ocean Cleanup’s new and updated design, which changed after the previous North Sea prototype. Namely, the changes included switching the system from being moored to the seabed to being free floating, requiring more stiffness.The new prototype consists of a HDPE solid pipe with a screen connected to it, preventing the plastic from going underneath the floater. The new North Sea tests are aimed at assessing two variations of floater-screen connections as well as the application of antifouling on the screen.The Ocean Cleanup added that the second test will follow soon.“We are committed to getting the Pacific system out as soon as we can, every day that we are there later the problem keeps growing. We want to work at a really high pace, doing a lot of tests and a lot of analyses really quickly and then go out with the system into the Pacific,” Arjen Tjallema, Technology Manager, said.last_img read more

Hearts v Esperance: Abanga rallies fans to fill stadium on Saturday

first_imgHearts of Oak general captain Kofi Abanga has issued a rallying call to fans to fill the stands when the team faces Esperance this Saturday.The game will be the return leg in the Caf Confederation Cup third round. Hearts trail 4-0.Abanga believes an electric atmosphere could intimidate the Tunisians and propel the Phobians to overturn the deficit.  The midfielder also pleaded with his teammates to put their recent salary disputes behind them in order to produce a sterling performance.Speaking on Best FM, he confirmed delays in payment of salaries for the players but felt he and his teammates can do the nation proud should they put this niggling issue behind them.Hearts of Oak are looking to enter the money zone of the Caf Confederations Cup for the first time after winning the maiden competition in 2005.  –last_img read more

Overview: South African telecommunication facilities

first_imgSouth Africa has extremely well-developed communications infrastructure, with extensive fixed-line phone networks and five mobile phone service providers with widespread coverage.(Image: Pexels stock image)Brand South Africa reporterPhoning into South AfricaPhoning out of South AfricaPhoning around South Africa08 numbersSouth Africa phone directoriesUsing your mobile in South AfricaYou can rent mobile phones – we call them cellphones – from the airport on arrival.And provided your mobile phone in your country uses a SIM card, you can buy a South African SIM card and register it in a matter of minutes at a shop or kiosk at the airport on arrival, and use it in your handset. But check with your local service provider that your phone is unlocked before you travel.SIM cards range in price from R0.49 to R2.99.Telkom and Neotel provide fixed-line services, with Neotel focusing more on commercial services.Telkom public telephones use coins, phonecards or Worldcall. Phonecards and Worldcall can be purchased at most retail stores, petrol stations, post offices and airports.Phoning into South AfricaIf you’re dialling a number in South Africa from outside the country, it must be preceded by +27, South Africa’s international country code (the + sign represents the international access code for the country you’re calling from); and either:the area code of the city or town in South Africa you’re calling (leaving out the first zero), if you’re calling a landline; orthe mobile network code (leaving out the first zero), if you’re calling a cellular/mobile network.So, for example, to phone South African Airways’ call centre from abroad, you’d dial +27 11 978 5313 (Johannesburg’s area code is 011, but if you’re phoning from abroad, you drop the zero).To call a mobile number, you might start dialling +27 82 . (082 is the code for one of our main mobile networks, but if you’re phoning from abroad, you drop the zero).Dialling codes in South AfricaThe area codes of some of South Africa’s major cities are:Bloemfontein 051Cape Town 021Durban 031East London 043Johannesburg 011Pretoria 012Port Elizabeth 041For more, consult Telkom’s Dialling codes in South Africa.What’s the time in South Africa?Go to Google and type in “time south africa”.Phoning out of South AfricaTo make an international call from South Africa, dial 00, followed by the country code of the country you wish to call, followed by the relevant area code (if there is one), followed by the phone number.What’s my country’s dialling code?One of the quickest ways to find out is to dial Telkom’s 24-hour international customer care centre – 10903 – and ask. The service is free. Alternatively, look it up on Telkom’s international dialling code directory or go to Google and type in “dialling code [your country]”.Operator-assisted diallingTelkom’s international booked calls – 10900 – offers 24-hour assistance to anyone wanting to make international calls or send faxes.What’s the time back home?Go to Google and search “time [name of your home country]”.Collect callsCollect calls are reverse-charge calls (that is, where the called party pays the charge on acceptance of the call). To make a national collect call, phone 1025, where you will be directed by voice prompts. For international collect calls, contact Telkom’s international enquiries at 10900. They will supply you with the number to call in your home country.Public phones for touristsTelkom has placed public telephones at major tourist sites across South Africa. Coin-operated phones are blue, while cardphones are green, and both are user- friendly and compatible with hearing-aid devices. They offer a reliable connection, high quality of speech, and are affordable.Phonecards and WorldCallTelkom’s phonecards and WorldCall cards are available at major outlets where the Telkom logo is displayed.Phoning around South AfricaIf you’re in South Africa and phoning a landline – whether you’re phoning from a landline or a mobile phone – the number must be preceded by the area code (including the first zero) for the city or town you’re phoning.Telkom: Dialling codes in South AfricaIf, on the other hand, you’re phoning to a mobile number, you never use an area code, only the appropriate mobile network code.08 numbersMany businesses and organisations have special landline numbers beginning with an 08 code – 0800, 0860, 0861, and so on. (But not 082, 083 or 084, which belong to the mobile networks.) These are, in effect, national numbers – area codes are dispensed with, and callers dial the same number regardless of where they are. Note that these lines can only be accessed from within South Africa.080 numbers (usually 0800) – no charge to the caller.0860 numbers – the caller does not pay for any long-distance portion of the call.0861 numbers – the caller is charged a flat rate for the call.Phone directoriesFor landline numbers in South Africa, consult Telkom’s phone directories. The print versions are published and millions of copies distributed free of charge every year – you’ll find them in airports, hotels, offices, homes and public phone booths just about everywhere. The online versions are at:Phone Book (White Pages) – residential Telkom subscribersYellow Pages – businesses, services and productsAlternatively, dial Telkom’s telephonic directories:International – 10903Directory Services (Phone Book) – 1023Talking Yellow Pages – 10118Mobile Yellow Pages – SMS what you’re looking for and where (eg “flowers cape town”) to 34310.Using your mobile in South AfricaSouth Africa has an extensive GSM network, working on the same frequency as the rest of Africa and Europe. There are five cellphone providers: Vodacom, MTN, Cell- C, Virgin Mobile and Telkom, previously known as 8ta.The networks support GPRS countrywide; 3G, 4G, LTE, UMTS, EDGE and HSDPA support is available in larger urban areas.You will be able to use your phone in South Africa if as long as your phone is a triband or fourband phone, is unlocked, and takes a SIM card. Make the necessary arrangements with your service provider before leaving your home country. You will need to activate international roaming.It is also possible to rent or buy a phone and SIM card. You can buy a SIM card starter kit – they’re cheap and easily available from kiosks at most airports, as well as at supermarkets and corner cafes. Car rental companies will often rent out a phone – and GPS if you need one. You can buy credit for prepaid phones just about everywhere.You can also order and buy a SIM card and airtime/data bundle before you even leave home, through B4IGO South Africa. You pick up your pre-ordered SIM at the South African airport on arrival.Follow the dialling conventions outlined above when making calls from your phone.Make sure you pack your charger as well as the correct adaptor before you leave home. South Africa uses plug types “C”, “G” and “M”.Remember that talking on your handheld mobile phone while driving is illegal. Either rent a hands-free kit, or pull off the road at a safe place.Source: Telkom, Vodacom, Cell C, MTNWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

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Yahoo Rolls Out Redesign

first_imgTags:#redesign#Yahoo Related Posts Yahoo is rolling out its newly designed news and application websites including Yahoo Sports, Movies, Music, TV, omg!, Games and Weather. The aesthetic updates streamline the experience across the various Yahoo platforms and are improving the user experience on mobile and web devices.  Users will begin to notice these changes over the next few days. The redesign coincides with Yahoo’s logo rebranding, as the new logo is set to be revealed next week.  A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… selena larsonlast_img read more

Keppel Confirms Receiving Summons in New EIG Lawsuit

first_imgzoom Singapore-based shipbuilder Keppel Offshore and Marine Limited (KOM) has been served with a summons within a civil action lawsuit filed by the eight funds managed by EIG Management Company (EIG) before the New York District Court for alleged racketeering.“This new lawsuit comes after an earlier civil action commenced by EIG and eight of its managed funds in the United States District Court, District of Columbia against, among others, the company and KOM was dismissed on March 30, 2017,” Keppel Corporation said on Wednesday.EIG launched the first legal case in 2016 on the grounds of an alleged conspiracy that led to EIG’s investment of USD 221 million in Sete Brasil Participacoes SA, a drillship contractor from Brazil which was involved in a bribery scheme with Petrobras and Keppel.The new lawsuit was filed pursuant to the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) and is said to be targeting USD 660 million in compensation claims.The case is linked to the bribery scheme KOM was embroiled in related to the Brazilian failed drillship venture.In order to settle the bribery charges in the United States, Brazil and Singapore, Keppel Offshore & Marine agreed to pay a penalty of over USD 422 million in December 2017.The settlement brought closure to the investigations into one decade-long corrupt payments made by a former Brazil-based agent of KOM.As disclosed by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in December, KOM and its US subsidiary KOM USA paid over USD 50 million in bribes to Brazilian officials, which secured the companies USD 350 million of profit.Specifically, payments were made to officials of Brazilian state-run oil company, Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (Petrobras), and other parties, in order to win contracts with Petrobras and/or its related companies, the DOJ investigation found.Keppel Corporation said that the new lawsuit was without merit and that KOM would “vigorously defend itself”.Further updates on the matter would be provided when available, the company added.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

Mayor Of Montego Bay Highlights Citys Achievements

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppMONTEGO BAY, July 14 (JIS): With Montego Bay celebrating its 35th anniversary of being granted city status, Mayor Glendon Harris says there are major achievements of which the city can be proud.Speaking at a JIS ‘Think Tank’ in Montego Bay, today (July 14), Mayor Harris said despite some obvious shortfalls, the city has grown in stature and currently stands as the fastest developing city in the Caribbean.Citing the high level of infrastructural development, the growing world renowned Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO) industry, the establishment of several university campuses, and investments by major hotel chains, the Mayor said Montego Bay has come a far way in 35 years.“We are employing strategies that will ensure that Montego Bay becomes the Montego Bay that we want – the complete resort – comfortable for the residents and comfortable for visitors,” he said.The Mayor pointed out that issues which are holding back the city’s development will be tackled head on by the authorities, using a “tough love” approach.“It is the love for the city that will tell us that you cannot vend where you want to vend…it is the love that is going to let us say you cannot throw your garbage at the most convenient place, so we are at that stage now where we will be tackling these problems,” he said.Montego Bay was granted city status on October 9, 1980. The proclamation of its recognition as a city was officially read in Sam Sharpe Square on May 1, 1981, by then Minister of Local Government, Pearnel Charles.It has Jamaica’s and the Caribbean’s largest airport, the Donald Sangster International, and as such is the gateway to most of the island’s tourists.According to figures released by the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, last year Jamaica welcomed over 3.5 million visitors to the island, a 3.6 per cent increase over 2013. Gross earnings from the sector in 2014 stood at US$2.1 billion, which translates to a 5.8 per cent increase over the previous year. Montego Bay’s Elegant Corridor ‘Lights Up’ Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Mo-Bay Expects To Earn Us$9 Million During Reggae Sumfest Sandals’ Ceo Stewart’s A Winner… Again! Recommended for you Related Items:35th anniversary, Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO) industry, city achievements, mayor harris, montego baylast_img read more

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