The One / gad

first_imgArchDaily Apartments The One / gadSave this projectSaveThe One / gad “COPY” Photographs Area:  343309 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Yao Li+ 25 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Architects: gad Area Area of this architecture project Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard “COPY” Photographs:  Yao LiSave this picture!© Yao LiRecommended ProductsWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAText description provided by the architects. City is a glamorous lieu that blends culture context with modern character; residence is the most basic space unit. When strong visual impact and artificial details prevail in postmodern city, how can we integrate residence within city’s richness and exhibit exquisiteness of life without artificialness?Save this picture!© Yao LiThe so-called richness is essence of city, while delicateness is related to preciseness and accuracy of design. In the collision of classic and modern, part and whole, we always try to infuse richness, delicateness into design, to merge every living entity within city’s richness and to appreciate the urban charm within one community.Save this picture!© Yao LiLocation Features: Intertwine bustling commerce and everyday lifeThe One is located in bustling downtown center of Hangzhou City; this place was the dock where vessels discharged cargo and commodities in ancient times. Today, it transforms into a prosperous CBD, which attracts numerous visitors, embraces thriving market and gathers abundant merchants.Save this picture!© Yao LiWith graceful Grand Canal to the east, busy Yan’an Road commerce district to the south, enormous residential community to the north, here, you can predict prosperous future city setup and evoke reminiscent past space memories. Here, it is not only bustling commercial center but also witness of vicissitudes, symbol of the city essence.Save this picture!LocationDesign Strategy: quiescent and dynamic, variform and neatThis place is located between bustling business center and restful living quarter, how to genuinely embed it within ambience is one of breakthroughs of design that intends to unit peace with dynamism and to harmonise change with order.Save this picture!© Yao LiRinged on three sides by streets and one side by river, this region is divided into four districts by crossroad, as if capillaries of the urban dwelling. The design adopts global strategy to lay reserved landscape in center and to chain up urban space by axis in order to maintain unity both inside and outside of community. The north side is set over seventy meters away from the city street. It possesses a green area of over six thousand squares meters to expand vision, to reserve tranquility and to enrich city landscape.Save this picture!Symmetrical LayoutThe Urban Richness: sense urban richness within unityAbandoning the single, repeated practice, this design adopts general layout to infuse site, flat and building within a scattered but interlocked pattern. It depicts smooth urban skyline and reveals magnificent landscape for residence.Save this picture!© Yao LiThe facade design conforms to subtle changes of ambiance. And its scale ratio is elaborated with scrutiny to interpret dual traits of classic and modern. Stone color gradation matches with dark glasses, which accords with everyday city life to the southwest and modern bustles along the riverside.Save this picture!© Yao LiIt is designed with order, logic, ease and dimensions; the concept runs through the design and conforms to urban richness. In the southwest of the district lays a lattice-formed yellow stone facade, which emphasizes sedateness and dignity of shape. It stretches along the blue-gray line of riverside to depict contemporary feature and architecture suppleness, which is also a concordant transition of classic and modern. All of these reinforce harmony and diversity of urban structure.Save this picture!Penetration of Canal ViewThe Delicateness of Building: delicateness throughout whole life cycleDelicateness, does not only relate to presence of architecture features, but also penetrates into the control and coordination of whole project life cycle: planning, design, construction and operation.Save this picture!© Yao LiGentle and varied architecture appearance corresponds to the richness of surroundings in the community; the landscape design is refreshing, and the community embraces exclusive quietness and vitality. The super-elevation empty space of the first floor works as invisible extension of yard landscape. It emphasises affinity relationship of human beings and nature. The first floor in the lobby leads to underground garage, to forms a well-lighted space and bring light into the room. The community adopts hotel management model and equips with considerate supporting services, in order to fulfill specific needs of public construction project.Save this picture!© Yao LiThe Design Proceeds: grow and perceive in practiceThe One is located in bustling downtown, and gad Works always complies with the positive attitude to combine city, architecture and life harmoniously, striving to convey urban richness within harmony, and to interpret community delicateness by coordinating dual characteristics of classic and modern. It adopts deliberated design approach, presents ordered architecture appearance, and exerts itself to create more high-quality construction projects.Save this picture!© Yao LiProject gallerySee allShow lessThe Triplex Apartments / Luigi RosselliSelected ProjectsGarden Wall House / Sarah Kahn ArchitectSelected Projects Share China CopyAbout this officegadOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsGADHangzhouResidentialChinaPublished on November 07, 2017Cite: “The One / gad” 06 Nov 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream The One / gad 2016 CopyApartments•Hangzhou, China Projectslast_img read more

Is Cuba heading towards a repeat of the 2003 Black Spring?

first_img CubaAmericas May 6, 2020 Find out more to go further Cuba and its Decree Law 370: annihilating freedom of expression on the Internet October 15, 2020 Find out more June 16, 2014 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Is Cuba heading towards a repeat of the 2003 Black Spring? October 12, 2018 Find out more CubaAmericas Follow the news on Cuba Receive email alerts Organisation center_img Reporters Without Borders is worried about the situation of journalists in Cuba, where there have been cases of physical attacks, arbitrary detention, death threats and blocking of access to information in recent days.Hablemos Press, an independent news agency and free speech NGO, has been directly targeted by the Internal Security Department. Police physically attacked its editor, Roberto de Jesús Guerra, in Havana on 11 June. According to his wife, Hablemos Press reporter Magaly Otero Suarez, he is currently immobilized at home with multiple injuries to the face and right foot.A car ran down Raúl Ramirez Puig, a Hablemos Press correspondent in Mayabeque province, on 7 June. One of the two people in the car told him: “Anything can happen.”Mario Hechavarría Driggs, who also works for Hablemos Press, was the latest victim of arbitrary arrest when Internal Security Department officials arrested him on 8 June. Journalism student Yeander Farrés Delgado was also arrested while photographing the capitol building in Havana (now the headquarters of the science, technology and environment ministry) and was held for five hours.“Although the Castro regime gives the appearance of opening up politically, the methods used by the authorities to silence dissident journalists are clearly becoming more and more brutal,” Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Christophe Deloire said. “The last of the journalists arrested in the Black Spring of 2003 was freed in 2011, but since then we have seen a gradual increase in repression.”Hablemos Press reported on 11 June that it has received repeated telephone threats in the past two months. After taking several threatening calls on the Hablemos Press phone line, Otero was summoned by the Internal Security Department on 12 June, and told to moderate the tone of the agency’s articles, which have irritated the government.The authorities have also gone so far as to disconnect the mobile phones of De Jesus Guerra, Otero and Arian Guerra, another Hablemos Press journalist, from Cuba’s sole mobile phone network, provided by state-owned ETECSA, to hamper their communications.“What happens to the right to information if the government blocks phone connections at will and Internet use is extremely limited in Cuba?” said Camille Soulier, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Americas desk. “We call on the Cuban authorities to restore the phone connections of Hablemos Press’ journalists without delay.”Reporters Without Borders also condemns the conditions in which the authorities have been holding the independent journalist Juliet Michelena Díaz in Havana since 7 April without any court decision in her case. She was initially accused of threatening a neighbour, but the charge was changed to “terrorism” within a week of her arrest.Yayabo Press journalist Yoenni de Jesus Guerra García has meanwhile been held since October 2013 and was given a seven-year jail term in March. And the blogger Ángel Santiesteban-Prats, one of the 100 “information heroes” profiled by RWB in May, has been held on trumped-up charges since February 2013.Cuba is ranked 170th out of 180 countries in the 2014 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index. This is the lowest ranking of any country in the western hemisphere. New press freedom predators elected to UN Human Rights Council News News RSF and Fundamedios welcome US asylum ruling in favor of Cuban journalist Serafin Moran Santiago RSF_en News News Help by sharing this information last_img read more

#AllIrelandFinal: Everybody counts as an equal in Kiely’s camp

first_imgLimerick manager John Kiely By Mal KeaveneyUNDER strict regulations drawn up for this truncated championship, only 26 players and a reduced backroom team were allowed attend on match day.Inclusive of backroom personnel, Limerick’s set-up would number around 50, and the surplus were in a kinda human cruelty fashion left at home for the outings to date against Clare, Tipperary, Waterford and Galway.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Limerick manager John Kiely is pleased that this ‘wrong’ has been righted for the All-Ireland Final.In Kiely’s eyes, coach driver Kevin Griffin is equally as important as two-time All-Star Seán Finn.Always a useful player in his own right – he played both senior football (who he captained) and hurling (Munster medallist in 1994) with the county – it will, however, be for his excellent managerial skills that Kiely will enrich the GAA history books in times to come.It was a self-referral (to current Munster and then Limerick Chairman Billy Lenihan) ten years ago that saw Kiely step onto the managerial ladder.Initially he spent time with the county intermediate and under-21s.Kiely landed the plumb job in the Autumn of 2016, and what has followed for success-starved Limerick supporters has been nothing short of magical.Kiely is fortunate to have a superb backroom setup in the likes of 2013 Munster winning captain Donal O’Grady, Alan Cunningham, Paul Kinnerk (coach), Timmy Houlihan, Mikey Kiely and Aonghus O’Brien. Others, such as Liaison Officer Éibhear O’Dea, Dr. James Ryan, Kit Manager Ger O’Connell and Physio Mark Melbourne, are also key components in a well-oiled machine.Ireland’s leading performance psychologist Caroline Currid is also back with Limerick for 2020.Limerick want for nothing under the sponsorship of the McManus Family, Martinstown.In Waterford, after two forgetful seasons rookie manager Liam Cahilll – a double All-Ireland winning Tipperary player – has most certainly turned around the county’s fortunes in next to no time.Read our All Ireland Final Preview here … Linkedin Print Facebook Email WhatsAppcenter_img SportGaaNews#AllIrelandFinal: Everybody counts as an equal in Kiely’s campBy Staff Reporter – December 12, 2020 186 Twitter Advertisement Previous articleLimerick fancied to topple Waterford in a novel Christmas All-Ireland finalNext articleAn Garda Síochána Calls On Hurling Fans To Play Their Part This Weekend In Tackling Spread of Covid-19 Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ielast_img read more

Data analytics doesn’t need to be daunting

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Is your credit union considering a dive into the world of analytics? You might be readier than you realize. Tapping into data that will help you identify what members need involves nothing more than asking a question and using information already on hand to answer itI’m not downplaying the power of comprehensive data dives executed by teams that know how to pull together information from disparate sources to provide unprecedented actionable business intelligence. A credit union doesn’t haveto have those kinds of resources and scale, though, to conduct data-driven research and make effective strategic decisions about products and services.What a credit union doesneed, most already have:last_img read more

BC Transit receives millions in funding, plans improvements

first_imgCommissioner of BC Transit Greg Kilmer said he appreciates the support from elected officials, and told 12 News that money received recently will be used to help support rural communities in the Southern Tier. “The rural communities in Broome County are much, much larger than anyone would imagine,” he said. “We have embraced the spirit of the CARES money, and so we’ve made a lot of modifications to make things safer, and it’s going to make us safer going ahead.” Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced around $1 million in funding would be heading to the Broome County Department of Transportation from the Federal Transit Administration. VESTAL (WBNG) — As Broome County Transit continues to receive funding, the Commissioner Greg Kilmer said he appreciates the support and changes to the bus station are coming. He mentioned that he’s been in touch with officials at the county’s health department, and said the contact tracing teams have seen few issues with buses. The department had previously received just under $11 million as part of the CARES Act back in April.center_img Kilmer says these measures are just part of the department’s ability to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The money will allow for changes like touchless fare systems, and the experimentation with new sprays that kill germs more effectively, as well as helping hire and retain CDL drivers for buses. Kilmer says there is no evidence to support the virus being transmitted on a bus. Overall, Kilmer said the current funding the department has will also be used to help offset costs brought on by the pandemic, which has included a decrease in ridership.last_img read more

11-year-old dies in Shelby County crash

first_imgShlebyville, In. — A report from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department says an 11-year-old Shelbyville boy died in a single vehicle crash Friday.Deputies say Derek Duclos, 41, drove off the roadway near the intersection of Washington Road and County Road 600 South around 9:30 a.m. The vehicle went into the ditch and struck a utility pole.The passenger, Addison Duclos, 11, was transported for treatment but later died.The accident remains under investigation.last_img

Balotelli talks progressing well

first_img Press Association Talks between Mario Balotelli’s representative and Liverpool are understood to be progressing well as the club seek assurances about the player’s behaviour – although any deal will not be completed in time for him to feature against Manchester City. A key aspect of those discussions is believed to be the Merseyside outfit’s desire to obtain some kind of guarantee about the discipline of the mercurial 24-year-old Italy international. Balotelli himself remains in his homeland for now and will not be able to take part in Liverpool’s Barclays Premier League clash with his former side City at the Etihad Stadium on Monday as the transfer would need to be completed by midday on Friday for him to be eligible. Balotelli on Thursday added credence to the reports that he is set to return to English football by saying it would be his last day at Milan’s training ground. The Serie A side followed that later with a statement on their website revealing he had said his farewells to his team-mates. Liverpool have been looking for a marquee striker to replace the departed Luis Suarez this summer but their interest in Balotelli represents a remarkable about-turn from around three weeks ago. When the Reds played Milan in a friendly in the United States, manager Brendan Rodgers expressed admiration for Balotelli but subsequently ”categorically” said he was not a target. Recently, however, a move for QPR’s Loic Remy has collapsed while interest in former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o has cooled and attempts to sign Radamel Falcao from Monaco seem unrealistic. With new signing Rickie Lambert the only frontline support for Daniel Sturridge and the transfer deadline nearing, a move for Balotelli has become more attractive. Balotelli is a proven performer and scored Italy’s winner in the World Cup opener against England in Manaus. But the baggage that comes with him is considerable. His spell at City from summer 2010 to January 2013 was a whirlwind one, with occasional sparkling performances interspersed with volatility on the field and erratic behaviour off it. His numerous misdemeanours famously included fireworks being set off in his bathroom, throwing a dart at a youth-team player and training-ground bust-ups with team-mates and manager Roberto Mancini. On the positive side he played a key role in the 2011 FA Cup win and contributed to the following year’s Premier League success, but he also hindered progress by accruing four red cards. City – for whom he scored a total of 30 goals in 80 appearances in all competitions – eventually tired of the circus surrounding him and offloaded the former Inter Milan player to his boyhood club AC Milan. Reports suggest the Reds have agreed a £16million fee with AC Milan for striker Balotelli’s proposed move to Anfield. And while Liverpool have not commented, Press Association Sport understands productive discussions involving Balotelli’s agent and the club took place in England on Thursday and are continuing on Friday. last_img read more

Mallard’s Team of the Week — Team Wined it Up

first_imgNot bad says the folks at Mallard’s Source for sports which selected the squad Team of the Week.The West Kootenay Glacier Challenge MS Bike tour had cyclists trek from New Denver to Nelson one day and Nelson to New Denver the next to help find a cure while getting a whole of exercise and scenery looking.Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease in which the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord and damaged.The Nelson Daily Ad Manager John McCuaig (pictured far left) also wanted to add some appreciation with a dinner voucher for Team Wined it Up.Pictured from left, The Nelson Daily’s McCuaig, Jennifer Ellis, David Johnson, Sandy Mitchell (Captain), Jay Puder and Jay Ratzlaff. The event raised more than $80,000.One team, Team Cranked Up, brought in more than $9,000.Not to be outdone was Team Wined it Up which came a close second at more than $7,500 raised for MS Research.last_img read more

Nelson Toyota routs Northport en route to WKMBL Championship

first_imgIn the Consolation Final, Chris Kalesnikoff scored 25 points to lead Empire Coffee to a 74-65 victory over Steamshovel of Rossland.Empire Coffee led 38-33 at half time.Florian Joseph added 18 points for Empire while Anthony Labar and Blaine Benner had 25 and 11 points, respectively for the Steamshovel.This is the first season for the WKMBL, which had teams in Northport, Rossland, Trail, Nelson and Castlegar.The league consists of two four-team divisions — North and South.Empire Coffee won the North regular season with an 8-1 record while Mota took the South Division with a 6-4 mark.League organizers want to give a shout out to new sponsors from Nelson, Kootenay Lake Electric, Nelson Toyota, Empire Coffee, as well as Selkirk College in Castlegar for providing gym time. Mike Vance once again topped the 20-point mark to lead Nelson Toyota to convining 75-38 victory over Northport, Wash., in the final of the West Kootenay Men’s Basketball League Monday at Selkirk College in Castlegar.Vance paced the Nelson-based squad to the title with a game-high 35 points as seven of eight Toyota players scored in the game.Nelson Toyota, which never trailed in the game, used an uptempo attack to build a 40-18 lead at halftime.Nelson Toyota defeated Kootenay Lake Electric and city rival Empire Coffee to advance to the final.last_img read more

Gardai warn Donegal students as €2 million ‘Money mule’ fraud investigation launched

first_imgGardai have launched an investigation into a €2m money laundering fraud involving so-called money mule accounts.The “money mule” practice involves criminals recruiting people to help launder stolen or illegal money using their bank account, often unwittingly. Gardaí have said students are often targeted by the practice.The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau is examining transactions of up to €35,000 on over 200 accounts around the country. The accounts were used for single transactions of between £5,000 and £35,000 to a financial institution abroad.Over 1,600 of these cases were reported by the banks to gardaí last year.Detective Inspector Catharina Gunne from the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau said that if you act as a money mule, knowingly or unknowingly, you are committing the offence of money laundering.“Money laundering is a serious offence which on convictions carries a penalty of up to 14 years imprisonment,” she said. “This will have a serious impact on your future travel plans, career opportunities, vetting and credit ratings.”Gardai warn Donegal students as €2 million ‘Money mule’ fraud investigation launched was last modified: April 14th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more