“COPY” Projects Jasmine House / VUUV Architecture and Interior DesignSave this projectSaveJasmine House / VUUV Architecture and Interior DesignSave this picture!© Tuong Huy+ 29Curated by Hana Abdel Share Vietnam Jasmine House / VUUV Architecture and Interior Design Photographs Architects: VUUV Architecture and Interior Design Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/933984/jasmine-house-vuuv-architecture-and-interior-design Clipboard Year: ArchDaily Area: 800 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” 2019 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/933984/jasmine-house-vuuv-architecture-and-interior-design Clipboard Manufacturers: Atvin, D’furni, Kanak, LIXIL , VietceramicsArchitect In Charge:Vũ Hoàng Sơn, Vũ Hoàng HàDesign Team:Vũ Hoàng Sơn, Vũ Hoàng Hà, Nguyễn Quốc Anh, Nguyễn Quang Chiến, Phí Văn DũngEngineering:Phạm Hoàng Nam, Nguyễn Quang ToảnContractors:B-up construction, Anh&Em, D’furni, Gia HảiCountry:VietnamMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Tuong HuyText description provided by the architects. Jasmine house is located in a small lane in Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, once belonged to Ngoc Ha Flower Village. Like many other areas around the inner city, there has been a strong urbanization process here. Yet thanks to its own unique feature of being located near the city center and diplomatic headquarters, the area gradually became a residential area of foreign community living and working in Vietnam. This has been creating a big change to the appearance and nature of buildings here. There are not only small houses for households, but also alternating larger buildings to welcome newcomers. That is why buildings with apartments for rent have been very prevalent here.Save this picture!© Tuong HuySave this picture!Fifth floor planSave this picture!© Tuong HuyThat fact has posed challenges for us when taking this project. First, what is the new way of living in this type of apartment-for-rent, especially in this area? Secondly, architectural design must be effective and truly out-of-the-box as it will play an important role in promoting the investor’s business among too many apartments for rent. With coherent structure, we organize different layers of space, from public spaces, semi-public spaces and private spaces. The base of the building includes the first floor and mezzanine designed for community space.Save this picture!© Tuong HuyFrom the 2nd to 7th floor there are different types of apartment. On the second and third floors there are small-sized studios. On the 4th floor there is a big-sized studio and on the 5th, 6th and 7th floors are duplex. Diversifying the types of apartments helps guests to easily choose for themselves the most suitable space. Each apartment is designed with full amenities, light and natural ventilation.Save this picture!© Tuong HuySave this picture!© Tuong HuyIn addition to the basic spaces such as kitchen, dining, living room, bedroom and restroom, each apartment is also designed with a balcony. The balcony is a combination of inside and outside space; it can be a relaxing space or reading space. If the balcony of apartments in the front of the house are designed as expanding spaces, the balcony of apartment at the back are designed to be floating in the skylight of the building. These are also the “semi-public” spaces – designed separately for each apartment but people living in adjacent apartments can still make contact with each other. These balconies also serve as buffering layers, protecting the main space in the apartment from the direct impact of sunlight from the West.Save this picture!© Tuong HuySave this picture!Facade elevationAs for the furniture inside the building, we have designed to exploit the skillfulness of Vietnamese craftsmen from basic materials such as granite, iron, wood … The curves studied in the interior are also expressed outside the façade, creating a distinctive language throughout the project. The nostalgia for a traditional flower village of Hanoi is subtly put into our works. Green spaces are maximized throughout the building, from the entrance porch to the interior courtyard, from the balcony of the apartments to the rooftop garden … and even the color or the name of each apartment reflects our nostalgia for the historic land!Save this picture!© Tuong HuyProject gallerySee allShow less“Architecture Is to Put in Order a Room, a House, a City”: In Conversation with Albe…InterviewsBeauty Matters; Why Architecture and Beauty Need Each OtherBook Product Launch Share CopyHouses•Vietnam Photographs: Tuong Huy Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses CopyAbout this officeVUUV Architecture and Interior DesignOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookVietnamPublished on February 19, 2020Cite: “Jasmine House / VUUV Architecture and Interior Design” 19 Feb 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Previous articleThe Syrian Refugee Crisis NowNext articleWomen’s soccer players garner all-conference honors Samirah Swaleh RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Vacancies increasing at the Fort Worth Police Department as recruiting slows Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday Facebook Twitter Samirah Swaleh Twitter ReddIt Samirah Swalehhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/samirah-swaleh/ Samirah Swalehhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/samirah-swaleh/ Facebook Samirah Swalehhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/samirah-swaleh/ printBlue Bell ice cream is back in Fort Worth stores.The first Blue Bell truck pulled up to the Kroger on S. University Drive at 5:45 a.m Monday. It was the truck’s second delivery of the morning. The truck had six more stops to make on its first route since April.It’s been more than six months since the company was forced to shut down production at its Brenham, Texas plant because of a listeria outbreak.A few Blue Bell fans were there at 6 a.m. when the store opened to get their hands on one of the five flavors available: Dutch Chocolate, Cookies ‘n’ Cream, Buttered Pecan, the Great Divide or Homemade Vanilla. Fort Worth stores sold gallons, pints and 12-packs of 3-ounce cups.Some shoppers were disappointed not to see some of their of favorite flavors, like Moo-llennium Crunch and Mint Chocolate Chip, on the shelves yet.The ice cream is selling fast. The Kroger on S. University started limiting purchases to two gallons per customer around 10 a.m. “We just wanted every customer to get the chance to have a little taste,” said Kurk Glaspui, the store manager. “They’ve been waiting so long.”The shipment Fort Worth stores received today is only enough to last one day. For the next week or so, each store will get a new shipment every morning.“We only got what we had room for on the shelves,” Glaspui said. “We haven’t even gotten to our busy time yet, which will be from 3 to 7.”The Kroger on S. University had about two-thirds of its supply left at noon Monday. Most stores are expected to run out of Blue Bell ice cream Monday night. But Tuesday morning, shelves will be fully restocked for the next round of sales.[View the story “Blue Bell is back in Fort Worth” on Storify] Linkedin ‘No refusal’ weekend combats drinking and driving Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store + posts ReddIt Linkedin ‘No refusal’ weekend combats drinking and driving ZBonz Dog Park to open in February Samirah Swalehhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/samirah-swaleh/
faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Donald CommunityPCC- COMMUNITYVirtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Make a comment Community News Herbeauty9 Tips For Dating As A Single DadHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Ways To Power Yourself As A WomanHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Of The Most Notorious Female Spies In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyAmazing Sparks Of On-Screen Chemistry From The 90-sHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Celebrities Who’ve Lost Their FandomsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThe Dos And Don’ts Of Tinder You Must KnowHerbeautyHerbeauty Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Top of the News It wasnâ€™t long ago that the Pasadena Convention Center was considered to be little more than a community center with low-profile events.But in the five years since undergoing a major $162 million renovation and expansion to bring new life to the cityâ€™s civic center, the 41-year-old Pasadena Convention Center has evolved into a full-service convention, meeting and events complex. It continues to outperform financial, occupancy and attendance expectations, surviving and thriving during the economic recession that came just as the new center reopened in March 2009.During the past year, the Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau booked 38,508 room nights for 2013-2014 and the future, or 104 percent of the Pasadena Center Operating Companyâ€™s annual goal. The total also was 5,608 more room nights than were booked during the previous year. Moreover, Pasadena hotel occupancy has grown from 63.6 percent capacity at the end of 2009 to this yearâ€™s 84.2 percent occupancy rate through June.In meeting its $7.9 million revenue goal for 2013-2014, the fact that the centerâ€™s operating revenues exceeded operating expenses is news in itself, given that municipalities frequently subsidize convention center operations to help drive their hotel and restaurant businesses.â€œThe success of the Pasadena Convention Center has been a boon to the city in terms of hotel occupancy, additional business and a boost in overall tourism,â€ says Michael Ross, chief executive officer of the Pasadena Center Operating Company, which includes the Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau. â€œBut weâ€™ve been very successful on our own, bringing new, higher quality events to the city. This has boosted our reputation in the convention and events business and has also helped us to build new collaborative relationships and partnerships throughout the community and beyond.â€Reopened six weeks in advance of its expected completion date and under its construction budget, the Convention Center sits at the heart of the complex that also includes the historic Pasadena Civic Auditorium and the Pasadena Ice Skating Center. The renovated state-of-the art center now features a 55,000-square-foot exhibit hall, a 25,000-square-foot ballroom and 28 meeting rooms, along with the 3,000-seat Civic Auditorium and a 22,000-square-foot outdoor plaza. Through concerted environmental efforts, the facility earned Gold LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, making it one of the greenest convention centers in North America.Once a small, underperforming event facility, today the Pasadena Convention Center is a highly desirable convention destination, as evidenced by the number of high-quality conventions, trade and consumer shows, meetings and other events that fill its halls.â€œThe original idea of the expansion was to move from smaller â€˜mom and popâ€™ type of events and into bigger, more lucrative conventions to generate a significant return on investment to the community in terms of shopping, dining and specifically lodging,â€ says Ross. â€œBecause of all of its amenities and venues, Pasadenaâ€™s strength is in its ability to attract major scientific conferences and architecture events, as well as regional, statewide and national conventions.â€More than the number of events that fill the convention halls and meeting rooms is the quality of the events locating in Pasadena and the associated number of local hotel rooms that they help to fill. For example, the Great Minds in STEM Conference will be held at the Pasadena Convention Center in October 2015 and will occupy more than 4,000 hotel room nights throughout the city. The American Phytopathological Society will hold its 2015 annual meeting in Pasadena, booking more than 3,300 hotel room nights. And the American Choral Directors Association Western Division Conference is expected to fill more than 2,300 hotel room nights in February 2016. The Garden Writers Association is expected to fill more than 1,200 rooms for its annual symposium in September 2015 and the California Association of School Business Officials will exceed 1,350 room nights in April 2016.â€œThese and other new upcoming events have a wide level of interest and will attract visitors to Pasadena, boosting local tourism and our cityâ€™s economy by filling hotel rooms, restaurants and stores,â€ Ross says. â€œWeâ€™re seeing more and more interesting and impactful meetings, conferences and special events choose the Pasadena Convention Center or the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The future is bright for the Pasadena Center Operating Company, because the center has a good book of business for several years in advance and the Pasadena Ice Skating Center is outperforming expectations for revenue and attendance.â€Ross says the Pasadena Center Operating Company must continue to generate the necessary revenue to cover the construction projectâ€™s debt service payment, while helping the city recover from losses in transit occupancy taxes (TOT) and tourism business improvement district (TBID) funding during the economic recession. From 2009-2013, Pasadenaâ€™s TOT and TBID saw a dip of almost 27 percent, or $3.65 million from original 2006 projections, while the Convention Centerâ€™s construction debt service escalated by more than $2.1 million because of the auction rate bond market fallout.â€œWith prudent management and experienced board oversight, the PCOC has been able to right the ship financially without the aid of a General Fund subsidy from the city of Pasadena,â€ Ross said. â€œOperating revenue has exceeded operating expenses by more than $2 million in each of the past three years, which is unprecedented in the convention center business.â€For more information, contact the Pasadena Convention and Visitors Bureau at (800) 307-7977 or visit www.VisitPasadena.com Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy More Cool Stuff First Heatwave Expected Next Week 24 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Subscribe Community News Your email address will not be published. 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Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Donaghey hits out as another round of Community Welfare Office closures is announced Google+ Pinterest Previous articleGallagher could link up with U21’sNext articleCouncillor calls for a legal and a community response to Falcarragh robbery News Highland Facebook Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Facebook Twitter By News Highland – September 23, 2013 Cllr Rena DonagheyAn Inishowen Councillor is hitting out at the government for scaling back on the number of Community Welfare Offices in the county after another wave of closures was confirmed.The service, which coordinates emergency and supplementary allowances for people in need, was previously administered by the HSE, but is now under the control of the Department of Social Protection.Cllr Rena Donaghey says after a number of office closures last year, another round of offices will shut their doors next week, and this will hurt those who are most in need………..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/renacommwelfare.mp3[/podcast] Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Twitter A County Tyrone man, who allegedly rammed a garda patrol car twice in a high- speed chase in south Donegal has been returned for circuit court trial, at Donegal Town District Court.31 year old Duane Farry, with addresses at Mounstewart Road and Ashfield Gardens in Fintona is charged with causing criminal damage to a garda car at Birchill, Donegal Town on January 24th last.He is also charged with assaulting Detective Garda Paul Mchugh causing him harm on the same date at Rossmore, Donegal Town.As well as the Birchill and Rossmore charges, Duane Farry, who has been in custody since January, is charged with driving a vehicle in a manner which created a substantial risk of death or serious injury to another at Keeldrums, Drumlonagher and Tullyearl, all in Donegal Town, on the same date.Detective Sergeant Mattie Murphy gave evidence of serving the book of evidence on the defendant at Donegal Town District Court this morning, and Farry was returned for trial to the next sitting of Donegal Town Circuit Court on December 7.Judge Kevin Kilrane remanded the defendant in custody with consent to his own bail of €4000 cash.The conditions are that hje would live in a named address in East Donegal, observe a curfew from 10 pm to 8 am, keep his mobile phone charged and available to gardai at all times, and sign on at Letterkenny Garda Station three times a week.He has also been ordered not to sit in the driving seat of a vehicle either stationary or moving. Facebook WhatsApp Google+ By News Highland – May 5, 2021 Facebook Pinterest Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows DL Debate – 24/05/21 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Man charged with ramming Garda car returned for trial RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleMinors and U20’s get green light to returnNext articleDeputy CMO confident Donegal Covid case numbers will fall News Highland Twitter
iStock/Thinkstock(TERRE HAUTE, Ind.) — A police officer was shot and killed in a shootout with a homicide suspect in Indiana Friday evening. The suspect was also killed in the exchange, police said.The shooting occurred just after 6:30 p.m. in Terre Haute, Indiana, as a group of officers was investigating a homicide at an apartment complex, authorities said.“As the officers encountered the male suspect near the front door of the two-story building, the suspect fired upon the officers from an elevated position on the second floor,” Indiana State Police Sgt. Joe Watts said. “Terre Haute police officers exchanged gunfire with the suspect. The veteran officer was rushed to Terre Haute Regional Hospital, where he succumbed to his wounds.”A standoff with the suspect followed the shooting until a SWAT team entered the apartment building at about 9:15 p.m. and found the suspect dead in a second-floor hallway, police said.Police have not named the officer who was killed.Terre Haute is located in western Indiana, about 75 miles from Indianapolis.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Millers Traditional Bakery is fighting to stay in business and protect 60 jobs after running up big debts.The Belfast family-run baker hopes to reach a Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA) with creditors to avoid liquidation after one of those owed money – Latimer Electrical Services Limited – brought a wind-up petition.A hearing at the High Court last week was adjourned to 8 October after lawyers for Millers outlined the efforts being made by the company.Less than two years ago, the company moved from Newtownabbey to a new 16,000 sq ft production facility, installed equipment to improve baking capacity and funded a marketing campaign to position itself as a specialist food producer.In a statement, MD William Millar said: “The sudden downturn in the economy and its impact on the competitive grocery trade has presented us with major challenges in meeting the debt of expansion in a depressed market.- To read the full story, check out the next issue of British Baker, out 25 September.
Irish rockers My Bloody Valentine have confirmed their first show in nearly five years. Pitchfork reports that the shoegaze pioneers will take the stage on Friday, August 17 at Japan’s Sonicmania festival, where acts like Nine Inch Nails and Marshmello are also scheduled to perform.Led by frontman Kevin Shields, My Bloody Valentine shocked the music world back in 2013 when they released MBV, the long-awaited follow-up to their beloved 1991 album Loveless. The group hasn’t dropped any new music since then, but Shields recently revealed his intention to put out another record in 2018. Today’s announcement is sure to fuel speculation about the planned release as well as speculation about My Bloody Valentine’s 2018 touring plans (the group last performed in 2013).For those of you who simply cannot wait for a larger tour announcement, advance tickets to Sonicmania are currently on sale for 12,000￥—or roughly $108. The festival will take place at Makuhari Messe, a convention center near Tokyo. [Photo: Martin Donohoe via CC BY-SA 3.0 license]
“Literacy and Mothering: How Women’s Schooling Changes the Lives of the World’s Children” by Robert A. LeVine, Sarah LeVine, Beatrice Schnell-Anzola, Meredith Rowe, and Emily Dexter has won the 2013 Eleanor Maccoby Award by the American Psychological Association.The book reports research undertaken over several decades at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE); a feature article on the Nepal part of this work appeared in the Gazette in 1997.Robert LeVine is the Roy E. Larsen Professor of Education and Human Development Emeritus at HGSE; Sarah LeVine is a former research associate there; and the other three co-authors are former students who received their Ed.D.s at Harvard. The book is the final report of the Project on Maternal Schooling at HGSE, and it presents a new interpretation of evidence bearing on the impact of schooling on maternal behavior, particularly in the developing world.“My co-authors and I are deeply gratified by this award from the Developmental Psychology section of the APA,” said Robert LeVine. “I am particularly honored because Eleanor Maccoby, after whom the award is named, taught me child psychology at Harvard in 1954. Our hope is that ‘Literacy and Mothering’ will generate a new interest in the impact of women’s schooling and lead to a more complete understanding of the processes involved.”