Tappen / Joliark

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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Photographs “COPY” 2015 “COPY” Sweden Housing Year:  Tappen / JoliarkSave this projectSaveTappen / Joliark Year:  photographs:  Joliark/Torjus DahlPhotographs:  Joliark/Torjus Dahl, Courtesy of JoliarkText description provided by the architects. Having nourished an unfulfilled dream of his own doll’s house since boyhood, Per Johanson of Joliark has finally seen it take real shape in this metallic apartment complex on a former industrial site outside Stockholm.Save this picture!© Joliark/Torjus DahlRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreWoodEGGERLaminatesWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeThe project comprises 44 dwellings organised within two volumes. A driving force in the design process has been the preservation of a pure and simple material expression. Rigorously composed meetings between wood, concrete and steel ensure the maintenance of a sense of whole.Save this picture!© Joliark/Torjus DahlThe façade wraps around the structure like a protective cloak of galvanised steel sheet, an image emphasised by flush precision detailing. The thematic solidity of the project is juxtaposed by its western elevation where double height balcony compartments create the explicit doll’s house aesthetic. As a metaphor the doll’s house also relates particularly well to the legibility of the buildings, the internal arrangement manifesting itself clearly to the passer-by as the balconies define the scope of each dwelling.Save this picture!Floor PlanThe units are modularly assembled into a taller volume stacking 23 maisonettes and a shorter one where maisonettes and single storey apartments collaborate. A south facing communal garden separates the two metal clad buildings that are connected by a glazed circulation tower distributing access to the apartments by a system of balconies. Strategically positioned between the garden and the kitchen these access terraces become a natural place for social interaction.Save this picture!© Joliark/Torjus DahlThe private zones of the apartments are set apart from the more public areas by straightforward means, collecting the bedrooms upstairs in the maisonettes or facing north in the single storey dwellings. Internal wall openings illuminate central spaces to generate a greater volumetric transparency without compromising the sense of privacy.Save this picture!DetailOpenness is a common theme throughout, blurring the boundaries between inside and outside. The cast fin walls framing the balcony compartments continue internally as an exposed concrete wall. Natural stone slabs in the window ledges spill down on the floor where the heating is distributed via a stone frieze sitting flush with the timber boards. The wood in turn transcends the domestic realm to form a warm backdrop within the balconies.Save this picture!Courtesy of JoliarkThe seamless character of the snug metal envelope holding the project elements together has been achieved through meticulous technical solutions. Roof gutter and drainpipes have been carefully integrated into the surface, the galvanised fabric folds sharply over corners, tucks away window frames and pleats into a weather bar. Perforated sheet make up the metal balustrades and coats the freestanding escape towers to further the smooth material impression. The façade panels are welded to a framework that connects directly to the concrete wall, their rhythm harmonizing with the spacing of windows and is reflected in the glass pane arrangement of the main circulation tower.   Save this picture!© Joliark/Torjus DahlProject gallerySee allShow lessUDM Student Awarded “WIA Emerging Professional Inspiration Award” for Community Outr…Architecture NewsRIBA Future Trends Survey Indicates Consistent GrowthArchitecture NewsProject locationAddress:Mariehäll, Bromma, Stockholm, SwedenLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/589342/tappen-joliark Clipboard 2015 Area:  5750 m² Area:  5750 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Joliark Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/589342/tappen-joliark Clipboard Save this picture!© Joliark/Torjus Dahl+ 23 Share CopyHousing•Stockholm, Swedenlast_img read more

Oregon phenom Bol Bol goes off as No. 15 Syracuse’s interior play slides

first_imgNEW YORK — For the second-straight evening, Syracuse players sat in silence by their individual chairs. They had assembled into the New York Knicks locker room at Madison Square Garden after another loss, a second-straight defeat that boiled down to, among other things, a serious problem in the paint. In each of its losses, first to Connecticut on Thursday and then to No. 13 Oregon (3-1) on Friday, No. 15 Syracuse (2-2) was left out to dry on inside, both on the offensive and defensive ends of the floor. An 80-65 loss to Oregon — led by 7-foot-2 center Bol Bol’s 26 points and nine rebounds — shined a light on an SU interior game with few answers. The last two interior performances by Syracuse showcase the team’s weak point two weeks into the season.Bol’s monster performance aside, the Orange have a serious problem in the paint. On back-to-back nights, Connecticut and Oregon (62 paint points combined) bullied Syracuse inside, creating issues that extended to the perimeter where both teams feasted on open 3-point looks. Huskies and Ducks guards fed the high post, setting up open lanes for slashers and space for shooters from the wings. The result was a stunned Syracuse team, which drops to 2-2 — its worst start to a season since 1987-88. “We’re not physical,” Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim said of his big men. “They’re not affecting the game. We need more from them, there’s no question. If we score points, if our guys score that we think can score, we’ll be alright. If they don’t, we will not be alright.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAlexandra Moreo | Senior Staff PhotographerDucks junior guard Payton Pritchard and head coach Dana Altman said their plan was to run through the middle of the zone via high-post flashes with Bol and drives. Gaps opened. Kick-outs followed. Layups and dunks at the rim came repeatedly. Altman said the plan worked for UConn, so the Ducks exploited the open space in the middle, too. One of Boeheim’s primary concerns following SU’s 83-76 loss to Connecticut Thursday night centered on the Orange’s interior play. His insight proved to be a precursor to Friday when senior center Paschal Chukwu struggled to defend Connecticut’s frontcourt — whose rotation featured players a couple of inches shorter than Oregon’s, especially Bol. He went for 14 points and seven rebounds in the first half alone. Bol stretched the Orange 2-3 zone by functioning from the high post, and he knocked down one 3 to finish with 26 points and nine rebounds.MORE COVERAGE: Syracuse’s second loss in 24 hours comes to No. 13 Oregon, 80-65Offensive woes and other takeaways from No. 15 Syracuse’s 80-65 loss to No. 13 Oregon Comments While it’s unlikely Syracuse sees such a formidable interior opponent anytime soon, the more concerning issue rests in the Orange’s gaps inside. Regardless of the opponent, the paint area needs to be cleaned up, Boeheim said, because it wasn’t only Bol who engaged on both ends of the floor. Chukwu fouled out at the 2:47 mark Friday night because Oregon forward Paul White had simply snuck behind him. He got fouled while attempting a layup in a gap wasn’t as readily available during Syracuse’s late-season push last season. “Last year, everybody was on top of their game defensively,” Chukwu said, who had three rebounds and zero points in 18 minutes. “The past few games, we took some breaks on defense. Teams aren’t going to let you get away with that.”When the Orange don’t have an interior presence, they are doomed. Boeheim said Syracuse guards aren’t helping the cause on the perimeter since UConn and Oregon guards found success driving into the paint area. That puts an extra load on the bigs. “They took advantage by driving to the middle,” said sophomore forward Bourama Sidibe, who had two points and two rebounds against Oregon. “When the (SU) bigs stepped up, they had other guys were open.” Alexandra Moreo | Senior Staff PhotographerChukwu found himself in a flux. When Bol caught the ball near the free-throw line, he said he saw a number of threats. Bol could shoot, pass or dribble to the basket. He tried to read his body language which was no easy task. Asked what Syracuse can do to course correct moving forward, Chukwu paused. “Most of the time, I was the only person going for the defensive rebound,” Chukwu said. “When a shot goes up, it was just me going against three or four guys sometimes. One thing I have to be conscious of is when I do get a rebound, don’t let somebody take it from me.”Chukwu noted that it’s only the fourth game of the year and there’s plenty of time for correction. Somehow, Syracuse has to find thrust, a way to defend physical defenses in Ohio State (Nov. 28) and throughout conference play, and a formula to generate production inside. They have to find a way to fix holes and weaknesses. Otherwise, as Boeheim said Thursday, SU could get “absolutely crushed” down low. Published on November 16, 2018 at 8:26 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Safet Susic Leaves BH Football National Team

first_img(Source: Klix.ba) According to the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, selector of the national football team of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Safet Susic will definitely leave the bench of Dragons,.After 4 very successful years in the role of selector, Pape leaves the selection as a victim of his own success after the first time in history he led the BH Representation on the World Championship in Brazil.After the great game of Dragons against Argentina, we saw the quite opposite picture and defeat in a match against Nigeria. This meant the end of hopes for the passage into the next round.With tomorrow’s match, the selector 4th in his career, his four year era as Dragons’ selector will officially end. In the past 43 official matches, Pape with his chosen players enrolled in 21 victories, 15 losses and seven draws. The most convincing triumph of BH football national team was achieved against Liechtenstein, when it finished 8:1.last_img read more

Toyota SA exports to rocket

first_imgToyota is set to produce 120 000 Fortunersports utility vehicles and Hilux pick-ups in2008, as well as 100 000 Corolla sedans.(Image: Toyota South Africa)Janine ErasmusSince 2003 Toyota South Africa has transformed itself from a small local vehicle supplier into a major international car and component exporter. In March the company announced that five years spent upgrading its manufacturing plant in Prospecton, Durban, will allow it to produce 220 000 units this year, 147 000 of them to be shipped to Europe and Africa.These exports will account for 60% of South Africa’s total vehicle exports. Including components, the potential value of the exports is some R20-billion, nearly 1% of the country’s gross domestic product.At a ceremony launching new model Corolla sedan exports to Europe and Africa, South African Minister of Transport Jeff Radebe commended Toyota for its commitment to local empowerment, saying that almost half of its total investment had been spent with accredited black economic empowerment companies.Radebe said vehicle exports account for 7% of South Africa’s total exports, and attributed the ongoing success of this sector to the government’s Motor Industry Development Programme.“South African vehicle exports are projected to rise strongly this year,” he said. “And it is a well known fact that our domestic new vehicle sales increased by a record 22% in 2004, followed by a new record of 27% in 2005, making South Africa one of the best performing automobile markets internationally.”Other dignitaries in attendance included King Zwelithini of the Zulu nation, Japanese ambassador Akihiko Furuya, eThekwini municipality mayor Obed Mlaba, and the vice chair of Toyota Japan, Katsuhiro Nakagawa.Johan van Zyl, president and CEO of Toyota South Africa, said the Prospecton plant now boasts of cutting-edge manufacturing technologies. “This historic occasion aligns Toyota South Africa closely with a number of other Toyota global production facilities, each with an annual manufacturing capacity of 200 000 to 250 000 vehicles,” Van Zyl said at the ceremony.“Together with component exports the potential value of Toyota’s exports for the year is in the order of R20-billion, a number that is close to 1% of South Africa’s gross domestic product.”Turkey is the first country to receive Toyota Corolla vehicles from the Prospecton plant, while Toyota vehicles manufactured in South Africa will be exported to more than 40 global destinations during 2008.Toyota’s 220K programmeSince its entry into the local market in 1961 Toyota has been one of South Africa’s most popular motor brands. In 2002 the company, with parent company Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC), embarked on a programme to elevate the local manufacturer into a valuable export base that could supply markets in Europe and elsewhere in Africa.At the start of the programme, known as 220K, Toyota SA’s manufacturing capacity was 100 000 vehicles. The upgrade took place in three stages. During the first phase Corollas were exported to Australia. The second phase saw Toyota SA named as a global manufacturing hub for the new Hilux pickup truck (known locally as a bakkie) in the markets of Europe and Africa.The third phase commenced with the announcement that the Corolla sedan was also destined for European and African showroom floors. Both models are produced in South Africa in right- and left-hand drive variants.In order to meet this requirement new facilities and technologies were introduced – a multi-billion rand investment. Said Van Zyl, “This investment was made not only to increase annual production volumes to a required 220 000 units but also to ensure that this volume is achieved in accordance with the strictest global quality standards defined by TMC.”Van Zyl praised TMC for its high level of support, saying that it has led to greater efficiency across the supplier network and allowed the Prospecton plant to adopt true “Just in Time” manufacturing principles, cutting down on lead times and stock levels of components.He said that virtually every area of the manufacturing operation has been modernised – the oldest significant manufacturing facility at Prospecton is a mere six years old. Among the newly installed plants are a water-based paint plant, a press shop expansion, a new facility for manufacturing resin components such as dashboard panels and bumpers, and a new stamping plant. In several cases this is technology that has been introduced outside Japan for the first time.“We now have the production facilities and systems in place to produce at the volumes and quality levels that justify our inclusion in the Toyota global production network. Our quality inspection processes are continually audited by TMC for compliance with international quality benchmarks,” said Van Zyl.Investing in peopleAbout 4 000 new job opportunities have been created by the initiative – Toyota employs around 10 000 people in South Africa. In addition, the company has made a substantial investment in training and has spent R300-million on the development of its workforce over the past five years. Of these, 174 people have visited Japan for training in the Toyota Way, a philosophy that is supported by two core values – respect for people, and continuous improvement.And there have been other benefits. Said Van Zyl, “The 220K project has provided an environment that has encouraged 12 new international suppliers to invest in South Africa. Eight are from Japan and four from Europe. Nine have invested in their own right and three are joint ventures with South African companies. The impact of the Toyota South Africa 220K project is far-reaching and substantial.”Useful linksToyota South AfricaDepartment of TransporteThekwini municipalityMotor Industry Development Programmelast_img read more

India gets its own superheroine Rakshasi on DC Comics cover

first_imgThe DC Comics coverIndia has got its own superheroine Rakshasi on a DC Comics cover, titled The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men, in its tenth issue. The blue-bodied character is described as India’s nuclear woman and sports golden headgear straight from Indian mythology. India’s officially sanctioned ‘Firestorm’ also triumphs,The DC Comics coverIndia has got its own superheroine Rakshasi on a DC Comics cover, titled The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men, in its tenth issue. The blue-bodied character is described as India’s nuclear woman and sports golden headgear straight from Indian mythology. India’s officially sanctioned ‘Firestorm’ also triumphs over her opponent in true Indian style-with one foot on his chest, as she stands blazing over him on the cover.last_img read more