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The Gentle House / Ngoc Luong Le

June 17, 2021 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: mmfausynf.

first_img “COPY” Photographs:  Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeInterviewer And Writer:Tung Ngoc Son NguyenCity:HanoiMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeRecommended ProductsLouvers / ShuttersBruagShading Screens – Perforated Facade PanelsCeramicsApavisaTiles – JewelsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEALouvers / ShuttersTechnowoodSunshade SystemsText description provided by the architects. Human these days is living in a world where the globalization is rapidly developing in extremely diverse and complicated aspects, driving the earth to go far away from its original balance. The earth, in terms of sustainability, primarily has an ecology and biodiversity in which everything is organically connected to everything and all living things share key characteristics. All known organisms share certain general properties, and to a large degree these properties define what we mean by life.The lesson of ecology is that nature’s form is a direct response to capturing the flow of energies and materials that reside within that bioregion. The huge diversity in natural forms teaches us that there are many ways, many forms, to capture and use available energy. The form itself, made up of biological processes, maximizes the use and storage of energy and materials for its needs and functions within its ecological and energy location.Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeThe ecological model is powered by energy and resources resident to the site and bioregion. Ecology is place-based, connecting form and biological function as a system. When this kind of systems thinking is applied to architectural design, it suggests that the design acts as the collector and concentrator of those resident energies and resources. The connection, collection, and concentration of these energies can provide comfort, value, and delight. Sustainable design accomplishes the most with the least energy consumption and in a connected and comprehensive manner.All organisms modify their environment, and humans are no exception. As the human population has grown and the power of technology has expanded, the scope and nature of this modification has changed drastically. Many ecosystems are dominated directly by humanity, and no ecosystem on Earth’s surface is free of pervasive human influence. Our activities are causing rapid, novel, and substantial changes to Earth’s ecosystems. By these and other standards, it is clear that we live on a human-dominated planet.Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeThe global consequences of human activity are not something to face in the future, they are with us now. All of these changes are ongoing, and in many cases accelerating; many of them were entrained long before their importance was recognized. The rates, scales, kinds, and combinations of changes occurring now are fundamentally different from those at any other time in history; we are changing Earth more rapidly than we are understanding it. Humanity’s dominance of Earth means that we cannot escape responsibility for managing the planet.In terms of sustainable architecture design, architects play a very important role in conservation of environment, creating climate adaptive buildings that express great respects to the surrounding environment, operating within appropriate microclimate in which every existing thing on the site is equally valuable element, from trees to living species, all should be carefully considered. This design focused on one word – Light. The word Light is used due to its diverse meanings.Firstly, Light is simply of the most important factors on our planet as well as in architecture design. Daylight and architecture are inherently connected. Throughout the history of architecture, daylight has played an invaluable role in the lighting of buildings. Daylight is essential – not only for vision, but also for the effects on people working in, living or experiencing the built environment.Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeThe focus on daylight in architecture is high and rising. In this respect, Ngoc Luong Le Architect wants to play a role by contributing and stimulating issues that lead to better living environments. As an architect of sustainability, it is important for him constantly to seek and strengthen the relevance of light in architecture. He would like to enhance and encourage the role of daylight in design prioritizing. Ngoc also stressed that ‘the careful control of distribution and directionality of light is a most powerful tool in defining and revealing the limits of space’.The experience of the four elements in Asian natural science of Feng Shui, literally translates as “wind-water” in English, which consists largely of genuine natural materials: water, earth, wood, metal; and derived from them light, and temperature is a central part of Ngoc’s design. He said ‘the effects of light through window openings have been a tool to the architect throughout history. Few elements in a building are as vitally important to its functional success as the window. Architecture must fulfil visual as well as and biological needs with windows – in a way that gives us full control over how light and heat are admitted into a building and over the view we have out of that building’.Save this picture!Master PlanNgoc has also stressed that the need for a reduction in the use of energy in buildings; where the part played by a strategic role for daylighting can provide considerable savings in energy, and therefore of carbon dioxide emissions, leading to a reduction in greenhouse gases and ultimately a reduction in global warming. It will be found that in this design, daylight has provided the necessary amount of light for large parts of the building during the day, whilst providing the interior space with an overall impression of daylight, even in areas where the actual daylight factors may be relatively low, allowing light from artificial sources to be reduced, with consequent savings in energy.Secondly, Light also means lightweight structures. Any structure designed intelligently and responsibly aspires to be ‘as light as possible’. Its function is to support ‘live loads’. The dead loads of the structure itself are a necessary evil. The smaller the ratio between a structure’s dead load and the supported live loads, the ‘lighter’ the structure. From an ecological, social and cultural perspective lightweight structures have never been more contemporary and necessary than today. This house was built using light structure with less use of concrete and more use of light structural systems, for example bamboo and steel systems, saving materials as much as possible by minimizing decorative elements that could lead to waste of time and money.Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeThirdly, Ngoc Architect said that he was pretty much impressed by Australian architect Glenn Murcutt’s design philosophy in which humans should be touching the Earth lightly. The word Light means a lightly and gently behavior of humans to the Earth. This explains why the house was named Gentle House. This was also exactly the way vernacular Vietnamese architecture was originated alongside Vietnamese culture with huge respects on the nature and on the relationships between humans and the environment.According to Ngoc, his purpose is to ‘create living spaces, which are not only efficient, comfortable, and energy saving, but also inspire inhabitants and make them to be aware of and to take care of the nature’. In his designs, he does not try to achieve the uniqueness by making the buildings look different to others but by creating uniqueness in setting environment itself. Each design solution should be tailored for a particular setting. He tries to lightly put the built object in that setting in a way that least impacts to the nature in which living things are able to live together.Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeProject DescriptionWe perceive that architecture is to serve for the living of human in the harmonious relationship with the nature. Architecture is not a tool to express human’s power and their domination over the nature, instead, it is to behave gently with everything in all aspects.Hanoi capital is an ancient city with thousand year’s history formed and developed from traditional villages. With rapid and complicated urbanization in the area, the original landscape of those villages has seriously deformed and distorted. The project located in a village in Hanoi’s suburb.Save this picture!Section 2Inspired by Vietnamese traditional house which is often small in terms of sizes and dimensions but multifunctional and highly flexible, the gentle house has only two storeys in height. All the existing trees on site are maintained. The geometry of the building is deeply studied to harmonize with the ecological system and all living species. The ground floor is for family’s living including a central room, three bedrooms, a family space and a kitchen. The central mainly used for worshiping whereas all daily activities happen on the outside front yard. The upper floor is architectural studio opens 360 degree views to the outside with a study room in central.Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeThe house is built by custom aterra-cotta brick, with plain concrete slab and column finishes which are shaped by bamboo formwork. All wooden doors and windows are not painted. The bamboo curtains and ceiling finishes are made by traditional method. The steel structure of the roof is inspired by the structure of banana leaf in the garden that is large overhang with no column supported.  Save this picture!Section 6The facade of the gentle house consists of 36 sets of wooden doors inspired by “thuong song ha ban” traditional door. This adjustable door with two sliable wooden louvers can totally open or close based on the need of usage and the change of the climate. When all doors are opened, the inside space can become veranda. The curtain wall on upper floor inspired by traditional bamboo blind. All bamboo curtain can be flexibly opened, light therefore penetrates deeply into the building. The curtain wall and cooling system on the roof create a comfortable atmosphere for occupiers.  Air-conditioning is total free in the building.Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeLike other traditional architecture around the world, Vietnamese architecture also uses the method of golden scale. However the origin unit is based on the little finger node of house’s owner. It creates uniqueness in terms of scale and proportion for each house.The door and curtain wall system can be controlled in the respond to the sun, wind, light and view. We work and feel the level of solar radiant through the penetration of the natural light. We respond to the summer heat by operating the water spray system, using grey water to cool down the roof.Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong LeThe gentle house is designed in an attempt for occupiers to learn from and live passively with nature.  Living in and learning from nature help us a lot in our practices for the future.Project gallerySee allShow lessCoalimex / G8A Architecture & Urban PlanningSelected ProjectsMinoyanagi House / TABSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard CopyHouses•Hanoi, ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Save this picture!Courtesy of Ngoc Luong Le+ 35 Share The Gentle House / Ngoc Luong LeSave this projectSaveThe Gentle House / Ngoc Luong Le 2012 Year:  Projects The Gentle House / Ngoc Luong Le Photographs “COPY” Houses 2012 Architects: Ngoc Luong Le Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Year:  CopyAbout this officeNgoc Luong LeOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHanoiHousesPublished on November 18, 2014Cite: “The Gentle House / Ngoc Luong Le” 18 Nov 2014. 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American Promoter Hails Britain Boxing Revolution

September 18, 2020 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: zuwcxmlkn.

first_img“I think Stephen is reflective of that quality – he’s No 1 contender for a reason. He earned it. He’s not a joke or a political situation – he earned the right to fight Pedraza.“I think every British fighter out there fighting for a title is dangerous because they’re all watching what’s going on around them. It’s like a British boxing revolution. It’s pretty amazing what you guys are doing over there.“Stephen thinks he can win and he’s here to win. You guys are hot. Right now, there is no country in the world hotter than Great Britain. You have more world champions than any place else.“You have a Brit fighting for a world title and it’s one of the Smith brothers. It’s one of the great fighting families to ever come out of the UK with a 154lb champ, a 168lb European champ, a world title contender and now ‘Swifty trying to win a world title against Jose Pedraza.“It’s a terrific match-up. He’s a legitimate No 1 contender and is trying to bring another championship back to Great Britain, to Liverpool and to his family. I think people should tune in because that’s a great fight.”Also on the bill is a potential future opponent for Wales’ IBF featherweight king Lee Selby – WBC holder Gary Russell Jr (26-1-KO15), who fights Ireland’s Patrick Hyland (31-1-KO15)DiBella added: “I’m sure you guys can root for a guy from Ireland, too, in Patrick Hyland.“He’s had an amazingly difficult year, is a really inspirational young man. He’s got his hands full with one of the fastest, most athletic champions in boxing in Gary Russell Jr.“Patrick is going to bring the fight. He has a lot to be fighting for. He’s focused. Everything he has, he’s going to be laying out there. When you have those kind of matches, you want to be staying up and watching them.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram American promoter Lou DiBella has admitted British boxing rules the world ahead of today’s clash between Jose Pedraza and Stephen Smith.Smith (23-1-KO13) can swell Britain’s total of world champions to 13 if he dethrones IBF super-featherweight champion Pedraza (21-0-KO12) in Connecticut, live on Sky Sports.DiBella told Sky Sports: “The quality of British boxing right now is, I think at an all-time high.last_img read more

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Revealed! Clubs that have played the most games at Wembley Stadium (old and new)

December 30, 2019 | By admin | No Comments | Filed in: mtxrtiwaj.

first_img 2. Man United have played 45 games at Wembley – have you guessed who’s number one? Find out now! – The Red Devils have played 17 FA Cup final matches at Wembley – more than any other club. They also hold the distinction of being the only English club to play two European Cup finals at Wembley, winning the 1968 edition against Benfica but losing in 2011 to Barcelona. United have contested six League Cup finals at the stadium (including the 2010 edition, pictured above) and 17 Charity/Community Shields. United’s last appearance at the stadium remains the 2013 Community Shield, at time of writing. 7 3. Liverpool’s League Cup final appearance will be their 38th game at Wembley – who will be first and second? Click to find out! – When Liverpool face Man City in the 2016 League Cup final, it will be the club’s 38th Wembley appearance (not including the 1988 Football League Centenary Tournament, where games lasted just 40 minutes). The Reds had to wait until 1950 for their first Wembley date, when they lost the FA Cup final to Arsenal. To date they have played 11 Wembley FA Cup finals in total, plus two semis, in addition to eight League Cup finals, 13 Charity Shield matches and one European Cup final. In 1989 they played Dynamo Kiev and Arsenal in the pre-season Makita Tournament. 7 6. Everton have played 20 games at Wembley – click the arrow above, right, to find out which clubs have played the most games at Wembley Stadium! – The Toffees have contested nine FA Cup finals at Wembley, two League Cup finals, two FA Cup semi finals (the 2009 side are pictured celebrating success over Man United, above) and the now defunct Full Members Cup final on two occasions. Their last Wembley trip was the 2012 FA Cup semi-final defeat to Liverpool, while their last silverware was the 1995 FA Cup win against Manchester United. 1. Arsenal have played 49 games at Wembley – No club has played more games at English football’s most iconic venue than Arsenal. The Gunners have taken part in 16 FA Cup final matches there, as well as five semi-finals and six League Cup finals. In the late 1990s Arsenal played six Champions League group games at Wembley, due to the small capacity at their old Highbury ground, while they featured in two Football League War Cup finals and six pre-season Makita International Tournament games between 1988 and 1990. Add in eight Charity/Community Shield appearances, including their most recent visit in 2015, and you have 49 Wembley appearances since their debut at the old stadium, way back in 1927. 7. Manchester City’s 2016 League Cup final appearance will be the club’s 19th game at Wembley (old and new stadiums). Click the arrow above, right, to find out which clubs have played the most games at Wembley Stadium! – Man City reached the League Cup final in controversial style, coming from 3-1 down on aggregate to progress, 4-3 victors over two legs, thanks in no small part to a goal that should have been disallowed after the ball went out of play. But no matter, City are through to the final against Liverpool, which will be the club’s 19th Wembley appearance since they first headed to the national stadium for the 1926 FA Cup final. Since then, the club has played at Wembley in nine FA Cup finals (including the 1981 showpiece, which went to a replay), two FA Cup semis, four League Cup finals, one Community Shield and one Full Members Cup final. Their date with Liverpool this year will take City’s Wembley tally up to 19. 7 7 5. Tottenham have played 27 games at Wembley – click to find out which London rival finishes above Tottenham in our list… – Tottenham have played nine FA Cup final matches at Wembley, including two replays in 1981 and 1982, both of which the Lilywhites won. Spurs clinched the first League and Cup double of the 20th century in the 1961 FA Cup final at Wembley, but they lost their most recent trip to the new stadium in the 2015 League Cup final against Chelsea. Spurs have played seven League Cup finals at Wembley (including their 2008 success, pictured above), four FA Cup semi-finals, three Charity Shields and four pre-season tournament matches. 7 This week we found out the identity of the two clubs who will contest the 2016 League Cup final.Liverpool and Manchester City edged past Stoke City and Everton to reach Wembley.At Anfield, the Reds’ fans held up a banner declaring Wembley to be ‘Anfield South’, while Manchester City are increasingly regular visitors to the national stadium.But which clubs have played the most games at Wembley Stadium, both in the old ground, which stood open from 1923 to 2000, and the new arena, which first staged games in 2007?Find out, above. 4. Chelsea have played 29 games at Wembley – click to see which club is third… – Chelsea have played more games at the rebuilt Wembley than any other club, contesting 14 fixtures under the arch since the new stadium opened in 2007. The Blues’ first game under the old twin towers came during the Second World War, in the Football League War Cup South Final. They have also played two Full Members Cup finals, winning the much-maligned tournament in 1986 and 1990, while their first FA Cup final success began at Wembley, but ended at Old Trafford, where they beat Leeds United in a replay after the first game ended 2-2 (the pitch was in such a state the replay was staged at Man United’s ground). Their last appearance under the arch was in the 2015 Community Shield. 7 7last_img read more

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