FG 30 House / Sérgio Miguel Godinho Arquiteto

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/932995/fg-30-house-sergio-miguel-godinho-arquiteto Clipboard “COPY” “COPY” Projects Architects: Sérgio Miguel Godinho Arquiteto Area Area of this architecture project Houses CopyHouses•Loulé, Portugal ArchDaily Lead Architects: Manufacturers: Cortizo, Dow Building Solutions, Imperalum, Keraben, Würth, ART ALU 3, AlttoGlass, Carpintaria 3 irmãos, Cor branca, Ferrodrigues, Fluante vinyl pro Finsa, Linhas 3D, Orlando A.M Guerra, Preceram, Secil, Serralharia Vila Garcia, Vinyl Underlay FinFloor FG 30 House / Sérgio Miguel Godinho Arquiteto Area:  2680 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project FG 30 House / Sérgio Miguel Godinho ArquitetoSave this projectSaveFG 30 House / Sérgio Miguel Godinho Arquiteto Design Team:Sérgio Miguel Godinho, archEngineering:Licinio Ferreira, engCity:LouléCountry:PortugalMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© João GuimarãesRecommended ProductsWoodAccoyaAccoya® CanalsWoodBlumer LehmannFree Form Structures for Wood ProjectsDoorsJansenDoors – Folding and SlidingDoorsVitrocsaGlass Technology in Hotel BeaulacText description provided by the architects. A white house is developed in two floors, and creates an offset of volumes, defining a wide and covered zone outside for leisure, producing a shadow area, imposed by the volume of the 2st floor, on the South elevation, and protecting the 13 meters wide of the limit, crated by 6 imponent sliding windows, of the direct sun light into the house, on the hotter part of the day. It is an attempt of the idea of ​​the project, that the social floor is widely open to the exterior in the southern elevation, thru a sliding windows, where the experiences of the kitchen and the living room are mixed in the same space, while are close to the exterior. Save this picture!© João GuimarãesSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© João GuimarãesOn the other hand, a contrast is created by the opacity, on the North elevation.Save this picture!© João GuimarãesIn the interior, a suspended stair leading to the 2st floor to the 3 bedrooms. Save this picture!© João GuimarãesIs intended to be a prominent element in the house, being on a service corridor on 1st floor, connecting all spaces on this level.Save this picture!© João GuimarãesThe 2st floor with the 3 bedrooms, where two of these, live in communion with a generous patio outside, and a suite bedroom, with the possibility of opening to an extensive balcony to the west elevation looking thru the landscape.Save this picture!© João GuimarãesProject gallerySee allShow lessHow Cities and Architecture Respond to the CoronavirusArticlesTips for Lighting Interior Spaces for ChildrenArticles Share Photographs Photographs:  João Guimarães Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Portugal 2019 Save this picture!© João Guimarães+ 21Curated by Matheus Pereira Share Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/932995/fg-30-house-sergio-miguel-godinho-arquiteto Clipboard CopyAbout this officeSérgio Miguel Godinho ArquitetoOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPortugalPublished on February 03, 2020Cite: “FG 30 House / Sérgio Miguel Godinho Arquiteto” [Casa FG 30 / Sérgio Miguel Godinho Arquiteto] 03 Feb 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodSiding Façade SystemWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisPatinated Copper: Nordic Green/Blue/Turquoise/SpecialMetal PanelsDri-DesignMetal Panels – CopperIn architectureSikaBuilding Envelope SystemsExterior DeckingLunawoodThermowood DeckingMembranesEffisusFaçade Protection – Breather+Metal PanelsPure + FreeFormCustom Metal Cladding – Legacy Fund 1 BuildingWood Boards / HPL PanelsInvestwoodWood Fiber Partition Walls – ValchromatDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile FILO 10 Vertical Pivot Door | BrezzaSkylightsFAKROEnergy-efficient roof window FTT ThermoToilets / BidetsBritexToilets – Accessible Centurion PanMore products »Save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 Sérgio Miguel Godinho last_img read more

How high up does responsibility go?

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Florida Gov. Rick Scott has asked FBI Director Chris Wray to resign after learning that FBI field offices had received tips that Nikolas Cruz was dangerous. On Feb. 14, Cruz murdered 17 people at a high school in Parkland.Wray began his term in August 2017. In September 2017, an FBI office in Mississippi received information of a person using the name Nikolas Cruz posting to YouTube that he intended to be “a professional school shooter.” Reportedly, this information could not be linked to Cruz. In January 2018, a tip that Cruz posed a threat was received on tip-line in Broward County. In light of the recent tragic events, Gov. Scott demands that Wray resign for a potential failure of the FBI. These tips occurred during Wray’s first five months in office. The FBI employs roughly 35,000 people. Gov. Scott would hold Wray accountable for the decisions made by all 35,000 employees (in the first six months of Wray’s tenure). If that is the standard, two questions: 1) Why stop there? Has Gov. Scott called on President Trump to resign? After all, he appointed Wray. If the buck stops at the top, why stop with the director? 2) Will Gov. Scott, who has been the governor of Florida for over seven years, apply the same standard to himself? Will he resign the next time an employee of Florida makes a serious error?John LovellNewnan, Georgia The writer was born in Schenectady and attended Albany Law School.More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censuslast_img read more

How Balotelli was denied access into Brescia’s training ground

first_imgMario Balotelli was refused access to Brescia’s training ground this morning as his relationship with the club soured further. Promoted Content13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksEvery Movie Starring Sylvester Stallone From Best To WorstBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Legendary Historical Movies You Should See10 Actors That Started Their Careers On SoapsWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World It was reported that his contract with Brescia was set to be terminated at the end of the 2019/20 campaign. But according to Football Italia, he has now been given his marching orders after missing ten days of training. La Gazzetta claim no legal action will take place as the agreement was reached with Balotelli’s lawyers. Balotelli returned to Italy to join home town club in August 2019 after stints with Nice and Marseille. The Italian racked up five goals in 19 Serie A appearances for Diego Lopez’s side. “I thought that coming to Brescia, which is his town, would commit him very much. “At the same time, I think he was handled the wrong way by my previous coach [Eugenio Corini].” read also:Brescia sack Balotelli Brescia’s first Serie A game back after the coronavirus break will be against Fiorentina on June 22. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Footage from an Italian journalist showed Balotelli walk up to the club’s entrance before being turned away by security. It is reported that ex-Man City striker Balo was refused entry because his medical certificate was not valid. Players need this in order to train, according to onefootball.com. It is believed Balotelli had previously sent a medical certificate to Brescia informing them he was unable to train because he was suffering from gastroenteritis – which is also known as “infectious diarrhea”. Balo last night sent the club a note from his GP saying he had recovered but it arrived outside working hours and therefore no one in the club could deal with it in time to allow his return. The Mirror add that if Balo joined training then fell ill or got injured, Brescia would not be covered by insurance. Balotelli is reported to have said to a journalist as he sped off in his Mercedes: “Now say that I don’t want to train.” This latest incident follows claims that Balotelli, 29, had been sacked by the club following a bust-up with president Massimo Cellino.last_img read more

MPA close to implementing 8-man football for 2019 season

first_imgBy Travis LazarczykKennebec Journal/Morning SentinelAUGUSTA — It’s first down and goal to go for proponents of eight-man football in Maine.The Maine Principals’ Association football committee voted Thursday to replace the Class E developmental league with an eight-man division next year. Classes A, B, C and D would continue to play the traditional game if the MPA approves eight-man football in a vote by its membership, probably in April.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe eight-man format is seen as an alternative for programs that have been struggling to attract enough players for 11-man football amid declining participation in the sport at the high school level nationwide. While a team with 20 players is unable to hold full 11-on-11 practices, an eight-man squad could have full offensive and defensive lineups with four reserves.Growing safety concerns about concussions and other injuries have led to the decline in high schoolers who want to play football. In Maine, participation in the sport decreased 16.9 percent from 2008 to 2017, according to annual surveys by the National Federation of State High School Associations. Participation numbers for 2018 are not available.Meanwhile, participation in eight-man football has been growing, with 19 states offering the sport in 2017 — up from 17 in 2016 — and a total of 847 teams and 19,662 players. The closest state with an eight-man league is New York, which introduced the format in 2017 and had six teams. Nebraska has the largest eight-man participation with 120 teams and close to 3,000 players.Jim Leonard, the athletic director at Maine Central Institute, was among those who spoke in favor of adopting eight-man football during Thursday’s meeting.“The critical issue is numbers are down statewide. What are we trying to do here? Are we trying to save football or trying to save 11-man football?” Leonard asked. “We need to be proactive, and I think eight-man, on some level, will do that.”Schools with an enrollment of 350 or fewer students would be eligible for eight-man football under the football committee’s proposal, but schools with more than 350 students will be able to petition to join the new league, which could lead to two divisions of eight-player football.Greely High School in Cumberland is one of the larger schools that might be interested in eight-man football after playing the 2018 season with a 22-man roster in Class B. Greely expects even fewer players next year, so the Rangers likely would need to form a co-operative team with a nearby school if they want to continue 11-man football.The MPA will survey member schools to gauge interest in the eight-man league, and the football committee will meet Jan. 8 to finalize a proposal to bring to the classification committee that month or in February. The proposal would go to a vote of the full MPA membership in April.MPA Assistant Executive Director Mike Burnham said the survey also will address field size and roster size recommendations.Some teams to stick with 11-man footballEight-man football is played without two interior linemen and one back found in traditional football. Fields are typically 120 feet wide instead of 160 feet, and the length can remain 100 yards or be reduced to 80. It is common to reduce the width and maintain the 100-yard distance.Old Orchard Beach, one of the nine schools that played in Class E this year, already has begun preparing for the shift to eight-man football, said Dean Plante, the school’s football coach and athletic director.“We have been on the front of it for about eight months now, and we’re excited for the creativity and effort on the MPA’s part to get it rolling,” Plante said. “I think you’ll find a fair number of teams interested.”Plante estimates that seven to 12 schools with enrollments below 350 will shift to eight-man, including many of this year’s Class E teams. But some Class E schools plan to stick with 11-man football, including Freeport, this year’s Class E champion. With an enrollment of 494 students, Freeport would move to Class C if it sticks with traditional football.“We plan to go back to where we belong if everyone else stays where they belong,” said Freeport Athletic Director Craig Sickels. “If whatever class we’re in, a significant number of schools decide to go [to] eight-man, then we need to look at what’s best for our program.”Plante predicted there will be a “domino effect” once the MPA survey is circulated, particularly among schools with enrollments greater than 350.“The athletic directors are going to be in communication with each other. If a couple of schools go [to eight-man], then we’ll see others,” Plante said.Another Class E program, Camden Hills, isn’t sure what it will do if Class E is replaced by an eight-man league. Head coach Jeremy Marks said interest in the program is growing, but the Windjammers aren’t yet ready to play in Class B, where they’d be placed based on enrollment.Walter Polky, whose Maranacook team played in Class E this year, said more discussion is needed before the Black Bears decide whether to play in Class D next season or give eight-man football a try. Maranacook’s roster grew from 16 players in 2017 to 28 players in 2018.“I haven’t really thought of our team as an eight-man team,” Polky said. “I don’t know how Class D is going to align next year.”He said Maranacook would prefer to play 11-man football.“I wish they’d develop Class E more because our conference is very competitive,” Polky said. “I’m not against eight-man football. The more kids you can get out playing eight-man football, the better.”Full support needed for 8-man formatMCI head coach Tom Bertrand told the committee that if the MPA sponsors eight-man football, the new league must have the MPA’s full support. The MPA did not recognize an official state champion in Class E, though that league had its own playoff format and declared a champion.“The unknown might make people say, ‘No way,’ when really the right choice is for them to try that out,” Bertrand said. “Legitimize it and [have a state champion]. That would be an encouraging thing for schools that need to make that choice.”Sickels and Plante said any school that shifts to an eight-man format might need to convince community members that it’s still football, requiring the same stamina and athleticism as the 11-man game.“Eight-man is played all over the country,” Sickels said, “and you have kids in Texas playing eight-man going to Division I schools.”Steve Craig of the Portland Press Herald contributed to this report.last_img read more

Jessica Ennis-Hill retires from athletics

first_imgShe hinted at the possibility back in August after failing to defend her title at the Rio Olympics.The silver medal she won there followed her gold on ‘Super Saturday’ at the London Games.last_img

Paris St-Germain: Zlatan Ibrahimovic wins title at sixth club

first_imgZlatan Ibrahimovic has pledged his future to Paris St-Germain after claiming a league trophy with his sixth different club at the weekend.The 1-0 win against Lyon means the 31-year-old has now won eight titles at Ajax, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan and now Paris St-Germain. Two further triumphs with Juventus in 2005 and 2006 were later stripped as punishment for a match-fixing scandal.Speaking on Sunday, the Swede vowed to add to that number with PSG next year.“I am very pleased,” he told French publication L’Equipe. “I have had a perfect start here in Paris.“I could not have dreamed of anything better. I am now going to do my best to defend the title. “I am under contract for another two years. I am a professional and I respect contracts.”Ibrahimovic has won the title in four different countries, and from 2003-04 to 2010-11 the side he played for finished top of the standings.Ibrahimovic arrived in the French capital last summer after AC Milan sold himself and Brazil international centre-back Thiago Silva to the ambitious Qatari-financed club. In a typically productive debut campaign, he has scored 27 goals in 32 Ligue 1 games. Ibrahimovic was especially pleased to have played a key role as his expensively assembled team took their first league crown since 1994.“When it is the first time, it is always fantastic,” he added. “If PSG had won last year, it would be different. “As it is, the club has been waiting for this for 19 years. I am here at the start of this wonderful story. It could not be better.”In an eventful evening for Ibrahimovic, he was further involved in a row with sporting director Leonardo as he was asked to go through an anti-doping test just after the game.“The team was celebrating,” said Ibrahimovic, “and I was there stuck like an idiot for 20 minutes.“Then I asked to go and nobody came to pick me up. For me it’s stupid situation because I wanted to celebrate with my team.”last_img read more

Thursday July 16th “The Midday Report”

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Reaction to NBA banning Clippers owner Sterling

first_imgMiami Heat forward LeBron James talks to the media after practice on Friday, April 25, 2014 at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami. (AP Photo/El Nuevo Herald)Reaction to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banning Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life Tuesday for racist remarks:___“Commissioner Silver thank you for protecting our beautiful and powerful league!! Great leader!! #BiggerThanBasketball #StriveForGreatness” – Miami Heat star LeBron James on Twitter.___“We are one.” – Clippers’ website.___“Commissioner Silver has made the right moves in response to this unfortunate absurd spectacle.” -Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert on Twitter.___“I applaud NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s swift and decisive response today. He sent a powerful message that there can be zero tolerance for racism and hatred in the NBA. I’m confident that the league, our players and our fans will move on from this stronger and more unified.” – NBA great and Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan.___“The alleged statements made by Mr. Sterling were deplorable and cannot be tolerated. Bigotry and hatred have no place in the NBA or any other arena of our society.” – NAACP statement.___“Way to go, Commissioner Silver! The NBA stands for everybody!” – former star Shaquille O’Neal on Twitter.___“This is a huge victory for those of us that stood against this ugly display of racism.” – the Rev. Al Sharpton.___“Standing ovation’ for Commissioner Silver. Big time decision standing up for the league and it’s players. Now, Gotta see it through.”- Golden State guard Stephen Curry on Twitter. The Warriors are facing the Clippers in the playoffs.___“We’re all so fortunate to be part of a game that transcends these kinds of misguided ignorances. The beauty and ideals of our game will long outlive these kinds of things that should not happen.”- Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle.___“Credit to NBA players, the NBA community and Adam Silver for coming together and acting quickly. No room for racists in sport.” – NFL Players Association Executive Director DeMaurice Smith.___“Unfortunately, just to hear that about him saying that about other Black people, Black players or whatever it may be, it’s just tough. … I’m pretty sure he knew he was going to get punished. We all make mistakes. I won’t forget but I’ll forgive him.” – Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter.last_img read more

Port Of Olympia Answers Questions About Low Flying Aircraft

first_imgFacebook72Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by the Port of OlympiaThe Olympia Regional Airport, a Port of Olympia operation, is receiving questions about an increase in low flying aircraft and helicopters in the area. The Airport is in direct contact with Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) and is discussing ways to allow the military to accomplish their training needs while mitigating some of the impacts to surrounding communities. For more information and for telephone contacts, please see the Frequently Asked Questions below or on the Port website, Airport section.1.  Who can I complain to about low flying aircraft or helicopters?The following numbers are for available for citizen contacts.For aircraft operating directly into and out of the Olympia Airport: Olympia Airport Office 360.528.8079.For flights not directly operating at the Airport: Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Flight Standard District Office, Renton, 425.227.2813.For military aircraft: Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM), 253.982.5637.For military helicopters: Fort Lewis, 253.967.0604.2.  Do pilots have to file a flight plan with the Airport?Aircraft flights and flight plans are regulated by the FAA Air Traffic Control Procedures Branch. Pilots do not have to file a flight plan with the Airport or the FAA. Aircraft can and do arrive or depart to and from the Airport with no prior notice. The Airport is open 24 hours daily.3.  Why do the military aircraft fly over Olympia at night and why do they fly so low?  Military aircraft have published training areas and training routes throughout the region. Often, military flights just seem lower because aircraft are larger and/or louder, and studies have shown that people react more strongly to noise at nighttime. For more information citizens can call the Fort Lewis information line, 253.967.0604.4.  There seem to be a lot more military helicopter flights in the Olympia area lately.  Is there a reason for that?Yes.  In the last year or so, JBLM has seen an increase in the number of helicopters based at the facility by about 25%. The units train both day and night. In addition to training at the regional airports, they train on routes and in areas not associated with a specific airport.  Additionally, the number of local area training flights has also increased with their inability to go to Yakima, for reasons associated with the congressional sequester and funding. The Fort Lewis information line is 253.967.0604.5.  Does the Airport have to allow the military helicopter flights at the Olympia Regional Airport?Yes, the Airport cannot restrict the military from training here. The Port of Olympia is required to operate the Airport in accordance with the deed obligations that accompany the transfer of federal surplus property (the Airport) and the Grant Assurances that accompany the acceptance of federal Airport Improvement Program funds.last_img read more

Nelson Kootenay Chaos Track stars shine on provincial stage

first_imgErickson and Faraguna, both 10 years of age, are part of the Nelson Kootenay Chaos Track and Field team and are coached by Alex Ulaszonek.”Matti Erickson was named the outstanding performer in his age division after winning the three events that he was entered in,” Ulaszonek explained.Ulaszonek said Erickson won the 60 meter, 300 meter and 600 meter events, all in record times.”His award for the top performance won him a Timex Harry Jerome wrist watch,” Ulaszonek said.Meanwhile, Faraguna won the silver medal in the 300 meter run and was the bronze medallist in the 60 meter sprint. Both boys, along with Adis and Semeng Atkinson will be competing in two weeks at an indoor meet in Kamloops. Two Hume School athletes are making more than a little noise on the provincial track and field circuit.Matti Erickson and Matteo Faraguna returned with a trunk load of medals at the prestigious Harry Jerome Indoor meet this past weekend at the Richmond Olympic Oval.last_img read more