With a new academic year, SCI-Arc has continued to develop its global network of Satellite Initiatives. Serving as sites of experimentation and bringing together minds from around the world for unique symposia, diverse exhibitions, and workshops, these initiatives present new opportunities for engaging and testing the Institute’s cutting-edge ideas against the backdrop of cities outside of its native Los Angeles context.
If you are looking for a reputable removalist company in Australia, there are several steps you can take to avoid any unpleasant surprises throughout the moving process. Whether these might be uninsured and damaged personal effects or hidden fees you were not expecting, events like these can be avoided with a little vetting of your options.
As relocation is typically an infrequent process for most people, it can be difficult to know where to begin when looking for the best removalist company for your needs. However, by taking the time to prepare properly for your move, assess your needs and understand what you require from your moving company of choice, you will be better able to find a removalist company that will deliver when moving day rolls around.
Continue reading to learn what you should consider when choosing a removalist to help you relocate to your new destination with ease.
Pladur® ha inaugurado la fábrica de placas de yeso laminado en Gelsa, Zaragoza. Una fábrica que tuvo que paralizar su construcción por motivo de la crisis pero que ha vuelto con fuerza gracias a la internacionalización de la firma y porque en estos años la utilización de placas de yeso laminado, las antiguas placas de cartón yeso, han pasado, en nuestro país, de ser un elemento de una utilización limitada a estar presente en muchas de las soluciones de construcción en seco que más se demandan.
La nueva fábrica ocupa una superficie de 37.000 m² y en ella se prevén fabricar 12 millones de m2 de placa de espesores desde 6,5 mm a 18 mm, tipo standard, antihumedad, contra el fuego, acústicas y soluciones de aislamiento térmico, acreditas por las certificaciones de Aenor (España) y CSTB (Francia).
Kevin Roche, the Irish-American architect and Pritzker laureate known whose modernist sensibility transformed America’s post-war cultural and corporate institutions, has died of natural causes in his home in Guilford, Connecticut. News of Roche’s passing was first posted to the website of his office, Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates late on 02 March. He was 96 years old.
- Architects: Atelier Z+, Dplus Studio
- Location: 88 Keye Road, Science and Technology Town, National New and Hi-tech Industrial Development Zone, Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China
- Category: Elementary & Middle school
- Architect In Charge: Bin ZHANG / Atelier Z+, Shuo LI / D-plus Studio
- Project Architect: Hao Chen(Schematic Design & Developing Design), Xinhui Ding(Competition)
- Design Team: Renjie Wu, Jinxia Zhang, Linbo Xie, Jiajin Xu
- Area: 53422.0 m2
- Project Year: 2015
- Photographs: Hao Chen, Zhi Xia
- Architects: Özgüven Architecture
- Location: Oran Mahallesi, 06450 Çankaya/Ankara, Turkey
- Category: Institutional buildings
- Project Architect: Uğur Özer ÖZGÜVEN
- Design Team: Uğur Özer ÖZGÜVEN, Özgür Onur ÖZGÜVEN, ERKAN DURUSOY, Ergi BOZYİĞİT, Hakan ŞANLI, Mümtaz YÜCEL, Orhan EFENDİYEV, Ece YILDIRIM, Turan ÜLGER
- Area: 1250.0 m2
- Project Year: 2018
- Photographs: Dantatsu
This article was originally published on CommonEdge as "An Amazon Correction: The City Won – and the Company isn't Going Anywhere."
The Amazon brouhaha needs clarification: the company is not “pulling out of New York.” It’s simply canceling the construction of a physical campus in Long Island City, the fastest growing neighborhood in the city for almost a decade. The fate of that neighborhood reflects the outsize development trend of the larger city and the erroneous assumption that construction means growth. But let’s leave the bigger picture aside for the moment.
The United States is abundant with monuments dedicated to historical figures, events, and philosophies. From Mount Rushmore to the Statue of Liberty, the symbolism behind such monuments often outweighs the expense and practicalities behind their construction.
However, the architectural history of the United States contains many monumental intentions that were never realized. To demonstrate this, NetCashUSA has teamed up with NeoMam Studios to visualize five monuments that were never built. Below, we have republished the proposals with a shortened description. For the full story, visit the NetCashUSA website here.
Studio Fuksas has won the competition to revitalize the Fontvieille site along the port of Monaco, France. The project is designed to provides answers to major commercial, urban, architectural and ecological issues. The idea draws inspiration from the water and the green slopes of the Mediterranean hills. The new project aims to create a vertical park that links the city to the sea.