Villa Ask Housing / Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter

first_imgManufacturers: GRAPHISOFT, Randers Tegl, Kvänum Villa Ask Housing / Reiulf Ramstad ArkitekterSave this projectSaveVilla Ask Housing / Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter “COPY” Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/932436/villa-ask-housing-reiulf-ramstad-arkitekter Clipboard ArchDaily Villa Ask Housing / Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter Area:  2000 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Save this picture!© Mariela Apollonio+ 30Curated by Paula Pintos Share Architects: Reiulf Ramstad Architects Area Area of this architecture project Lead Architects: Norwaycenter_img 2019 Reiulf Ramstad, Christian Skram Fuglset, Caspar Cappelen Photographs:  Mariela Apollonio Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Photographs Products used in this ProjectRenders / 3D AnimationGRAPHISOFTVirtual Building Software – Archicad 23Design Team:Xabier Bilbao BerrojalbizClients:Solon Eiendom ASConstruction And Building Physics:WSPHvac/Sanitation:Inegnia, CM Mathiesen & Co AS, MT Klima ASElectric:Ledende ElektroAcoustics:Planakustikk ASLandscape:Reiulf Ramstad ArchitectsConstruction:WSPBuilding Physics:WSPHVAC:Inegnia, CM Mathiesen & Co AS, MT Klima ASSanitation:Inegnia, CM Mathiesen & Co AS, MT Klima ASCity:UllernCountry:NorwayMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Mariela ApollonioText description provided by the architects. The new high-quality housing project offers 15 innovative apartments, sheltered in green and lush surroundings in Askeveien, Skøyen, Oslo. The residential building band together with the adjacent historical landscape and built environment in a respectful manner while adopting a modern language in an area under development. Skøyen, west part of Oslo, is since the late 80’s being transformed from an old industrial area to a modern business district with a growing number of residentials. There are high ambitions to make Skøyen a lively neighborhood through densifying the area and advancing public transport which will make it one of Norway’s largest junctions. The site is only a few minutes’ walk away surrounded by private houses and villa-like multi-family dwellings in a diverse architectonic language, many of which are listed for conservation. With proximity to an English park, ash-trees dominates the lush greenery around the plots and has given name to the street and the project.Save this picture!© Mariela ApollonioSave this picture!ElevationSave this picture!© Mariela ApollonioVilla Ask respect its contexts in a humble manner and adapts the language of the adjacent buildings, leaving green space towards the street while creating a calm, park-like living atmosphere. Offsets in the volume and the pitched-roof make the complex appear lighter while giving the Villa a distinct formal character. Villa Ask is terraced in a sloping landscape, using it to achieve private outdoor spaces to all apartments. The play with the roof geometry allows the penthouse apartments generous ceiling heights and sheltered roof terraces. The terracing allows simple access to the built-in garage and creates a vertical distance from the entry level to the apartments oriented south while the other facades are leveled with the terrain for direct access to the garden outside.Save this picture!© Mariela ApollonioThe garden has been essential in creating the interior atmosphere aiming to maximize the green influence on all spaces. Different placed balconies, leaps and bay windows allows all apartments the best out of their placement and limits views inside. Villa Ask is wrapped in hand-basin, long-shaped bricks in earthy tones to fit to the green surrounding while referring to the historical use of brick in the area. The material palette is simple, limited and easy to maintain – chosen for low emission to reduce need of ventilation. Kitchen and bathroom have specially designed solutions in high quality to make use of the space in best possible way. Save this picture!© Mariela ApollonioProject gallerySee allShow lessTel Aviv City Guide: 6 Bauhaus Buildings to See in the White CityArchitecture City GuideHow to Choose Pavements for High-Traffic Public SpacesArticlesProject locationAddress:Askeveien 3, 0276 Oslo, NorwayLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share CopyAbout this officeReiulf Ramstad ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsOn FacebookUllernNorwayPublished on January 27, 2020Cite: “Villa Ask Housing / Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter” 27 Jan 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Donegal Airport to test emergency plan

first_img WhatsApp Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Twitter Previous articlePolitical fallout from budget to spill over into VECNext articleCllr Barry O’Neill is new VEC chair News Highland Pinterest Google+ Twitter Pinterest Newsx Adverts Facebook Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Google+center_img By News Highland – May 17, 2010 WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Facebook A major exercise to test Donegal Airport’s Emergency Plan takes place tomorrow morning from half past seven.Exercise Eagle will involve simulating a collision between an aircraft and a helicopter on the approach to the runway at the airport. Eilis Barrett is Operations Manager at the airport, she says people shouldn’t be alarmed if they see emergency service activity in the area tomorrow Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Donegal Airport to test emergency plan Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad alsolast_img read more

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Pilgrimage Festival Announces 2019 Lineup: Foo Fighters, Leon Bridges, Nathaniel Rateliff, More

first_imgOn Tuesday, Pilgrimage Music Festival announced the lineup for their 2019 event, set to take place on September 21st and 22nd in Franklin, TN, a short drive from Nashville.The 2019 Pilgrimage Music Festival lineup will feature headlining performances by Foo Fighters, The Killers, and Keith Urban in addition to sets from Leon Bridges, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Head and The Heart, +LIVE+, Jenny Lewis, Lauren Daigle, Phosphorescent, Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, Better Than Ezra, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Rayland Baxter, Justin Townes Earle, The War and Treaty, The Wild Reeds, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Adia Victoria, Molly Tuttle, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Caroline Rose, Devon Gilfillian, Lucie Silvas, and many more.The festival, which is co-produced by Justin Timberlake and co-founded by Better Than Ezra’s Kevin Griffin, looks to have a drier year in 2019 after the majority of their event in 2018 was cancelled due to inclement weather. As festival co-founder Brandt Wood told The Associated Press, the event has put new contingency plans in place to protect their audience from potential bad weather. “We learned a lot about how to communicate,” Wood explained. “We’ve really broken it down into what we did right and what we can do better.”Tickets to Pilgrimage Music Festival go on sale this Friday, March 15th at 10 a.m. local time. For more details and ticketing information, head to the festival website here.[H/T Billboard]last_img read more

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Crouch seals derby win

first_img After a drab first half, substitute Charlie Adam gave Stoke the lead in the 51st minute from Crouch’s knockdown. It was cancelled out 15 minutes later as Libor Kozak pounced on a horrible mistake from Erik Pieters but the Dutchman’s blushes were spared when Crouch restored Stoke’s lead in the 70th minute. Press Association Peter Crouch scored the winner as Stoke secured bragging rights in the Midlands with a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa at the Britannia Stadium. That was the way it stayed as Mark Hughes’ side secured back-to-back home wins in the Barclays Premier League and climbed above Villa into the top half of the table. Visiting boss Paul Lambert chose to leave struggling striker Christian Benteke out of his squad but Stoke were boosted by the presence in their side of captain Ryan Shawcross, who had been very doubtful with a groin problem. Shawcross and his fellow defenders had to be alert as Villa began brightly, creating the first chance 10 minutes in when Ashley Westwood’s cross was headed goalwards by Nathan Baker. Asmir Begovic grasped it at the second attempt, and the Stoke keeper was also behind Aleksander Tonev’s volley from the edge of the box. Marc Albrighton was the first man in the book in the 21st minute, the Villa winger reacting to a push from Pieters with a rash challenge on the full-back. There did not appear to be any real contact but the intent was enough for referee Craig Pawson to show a yellow card. Five minutes later Marc Wilson picked up a booking, although Villa thought it should have been red. The defender’s poor touch just outside the area let in Andreas Weimann, who was then brought down by Wilson. The Stoke player was definitely the last man but Weimann’s touch meant Begovic was a clear favourite to get to the ball first. Stoke had offered little of note in attack but they very nearly took the lead in the 37th minute through Geoff Cameron. The full-back sprinted down the right and sent over a cross that would have dropped into the net but for a fine save from Brad Guzan. The hosts finished the half strongly and with three minutes left Ossama Assaidi jinked his way down the left and sent over a cross that would have been turned in by Crouch but for a superb block by Ciaran Clark. The rebound fell to Marko Arnautovic but he was denied by another block, this time from Baker. Arnautovic was the man to make way as Adam came on for the start of the second half, and it took the playmaker only six minutes to break the deadlock. Clark was shown a yellow card for a crude foul on Jonathan Walters and Cameron’s free-kick was headed on by Crouch to Adam, who took the ball on his chest, turned past Baker and placed his shot beyond Guzan. Referee Pawson was a busy man as tempers flared following a rash challenge from Fabian Delph on Crouch. The midfielder was shown a yellow card, and was slightly fortunate to escape a second booking in a minute when he brought down Adam on the edge of the box, although Chris Herd did talk his way into the book. The equaliser came out of nothing in the 66th minute as Guzan pumped a long ball forward. Stoke looked to have dealt with it but Pieters tried to head the ball back to Begovic and only succeeded in setting up Kozak, who could not miss. But Villa were level for only four minutes before Crouch restored Stoke’s lead. Glenn Whelan found the impressive Cameron down the right, and when Guzan and Herd tried to cut out his cross, the ball fell to Crouch in front of an empty net. There was a suspicion of handball about the striker’s first touch but the Villa complaints were half-hearted. Crouch almost added a third three minutes later with a flick from Pieters’ header that hit a post, while at the other end Kozak’s stinging shot was acrobatically tipped over the bar by Begovic. last_img read more

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Magpies won’t sack Pardew over butt

first_img However while the former Reading, West Ham, Charlton and Southampton manager is likely to face further action from the Football Association, the Magpies will not impose further punishment. Pardew’s latest touchline misdemeanour came with his side leading the Tigers 3-1 and well on their way to a 4-1 Barclays Premier League victory. Meyler brushed past him inside his technical area as he chased the ball as it ran out of play, and the Newcastle manager reacted angrily, confronting the player before moving his head towards him. After the ensuing melee had abated, referee Kevin Friend cautioned Meyler and then sent Pardew to the stands, from where he watched the remainder of the game. He made a swift apology in his post-match interviews, one which was accepted by opposite number Steve Bruce, but that did not prevent his club from taking a dim view of his behaviour. LMA boss Bevan was equally unimpressed, and told BBC Radio 5 Live’s Sportsweek programme: “The buck stops with Alan. It’s unacceptable, it’s inappropriate and it’s insupportable from every perspective and Alan knows that. “He immediately realised the serious error, (made) sincere apologies to all parties and obviously (has) deep regret. “It was good to see (Hull boss) Steve Bruce’s reaction and Hull accepting (Pardew’s apology). “But Alan does need to think hard about how not to put himself in that position again.” Pardew said after the match he would have to “to sit down and stay out of the way” in future rather than roam his technical area to avoid getting embroiled in similar incidents. Bevan added: “I was pleased to see Newcastle in a very short period of time making a very swift, professional response that provided Alan with a very heavy fine and a formal warning.” Bevan also said the LMA was reviewing the technical area with a view to moving managers further away from the action. He added: “We did a technical report six or seven months ago, interviewing 40 referees and 40 managers, and we’re looking at the moment how the technical area works in America, for example, in other sports and seeing how we can look to improve several problems that occur because of the positioning.” Bevan admitted the tight confines of some of the old grounds would pose a problem, with the manager also needing to be kept out of the fans. He added: “But what we can do is make a serious effort to look at how the technical area should be placed.” Former FA executive director David Davies said a suspension for the remainder of the season was “conceivable” and described it as “a very serious matter which I suspect will be dealt with very severely”. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew will not face the sack over his headbutt on Hull midfielder David Meyler. Press Association Sport understands that the 52-year-old’s job is safe despite calls for his head following the ugly incident at the KC Stadium on Saturday, which League Managers Association chief executive Richard Bevan branded “unacceptable and inappropriate”. Owner Mike Ashley is understood to be furious with Pardew’s conduct on the touchline and the club announced late on Saturday night that he has been fined £100,000 and been severely reprimanded. Press Associationlast_img read more

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