145 Housing Units + FAM + PMI / Avenier Cornejo Architectes + …

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/801366/145-housing-units-plus-fam-plus-pmi-avenier-cornejo-architectes-plus-gausa-raveau-actarquitectura Clipboard MEP: 145 Housing Units + FAM + PMI / Avenier Cornejo Architectes + Gausa Raveau Actarquitectura Manufacturers: Colt, MC FRANCE, Compagnie Francaise du Parquet, Griesser Architects: Avenier Cornejo Architectes, Gausa Raveau Actarquitectura Area Area of this architecture project Housing 145 Housing Units + FAM + PMI / Avenier Cornejo Architectes + Gausa Raveau ActarquitecturaSave this projectSave145 Housing Units + FAM + PMI / Avenier Cornejo Architectes + Gausa Raveau Actarquitectura ArchDaily “COPY” CFERM Ingénierie Photographs:  Sergio Grazia Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Area:  16000 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/801366/145-housing-units-plus-fam-plus-pmi-avenier-cornejo-architectes-plus-gausa-raveau-actarquitectura Clipboard Cost Estimating:Bureau Michel ForgueEnvironmental Engineer – Hqe:Franck Boutté ConsultantsCity:ParisCountry:FranceMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Sergio GraziaRecommended ProductsCompositesCosentinoFacade Panel – Dekton®Fiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0Enclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEACompositesFastmount®How to Attach Heavy Panels with Hidden FixingsUrban integration: Jumps of scale to understand the placeThe site is integrated into the multi-urban network of Paris, the Grande Couronne and major green spaces and infrastructure networks. The ZAC Clichy-Batignolles is perceived as a new landscape of connection, a wide-open urban door along the major territorial arches towards the historic city.Save this picture!© Sergio GraziaThe site becomes an important urban platform, an exchange node inserted into the system of great Parisian relational spaces. It holds a role of transition between different scales, them being territorial, urban, environmental, social, cultural, and infrastructure standpoints. The ZAC thus acts as a device of resonance and multi-district transfer.Save this picture!Site PlanThe ZAC Clichy-Batignolles and the Martin Luther King Park are based in a large relational space, an interface of connection lines and urban relationships: powerlines, flowlines, lines of connection and interaction. Echoing the adjacent buildings, the project inserts itself in a coherent and consistent elegance.Save this picture!© Sergio GraziaAn island crossing One of the fundamental characteristics of the project is the creation of an almost complete opening in the block, perpendicular to the Martin Luther King Park. This opening acts as a true extension of the park, prolonging it to the heart of the block and bringing it to the street and beyond, until the E9 lot.Save this picture!© Sergio GraziaThus, nothing obstructs the view from the park to the lot and vice versa. The school group and other residences also benefit from the relatively clear views over the park. Furthermore, greater transparency has been sought at the ground level of the project, completing the idea of a maximal link from the park to the street.Save this picture!SectionSave this picture!ElevationSearch for compactness and views This opening constitutes as well, and more importantly, the integration of an environmental strategy. This provision implicates creating thicker buildings, as opposed to the hypothesis of a U disposition. The buildings thus created will be more dense and compact, significantly reducing energy loss. Moreover, due to this configuration no accommodation will be mono-oriented street side. They will therefore benefit from openings overlooking the park and sunny climate.Save this picture!© Sergio GraziaSave this picture!6th Floor PlanSave this picture!© Sergio GraziaMoving masses The two buildings comprising the residences are broken down into volumes of different heights, the tallest building’s height being 50 meters. These new created blocks are superimposed and offset from each other. The objective is to create dynamic movement over static volumetries, more rhythm than fixed objects. These movements and rhythms associated with the already rich architecture of the immediate context allow to create new “sounds of the city”. Furthermore, these offsets allow for more outdoor space and for the optimization of the city-planning rules, particularly the perspectives. The architectural strategy of this project is the result of a thorough reflection to avoid an IGH (high-rise building) classification of the building. Save this picture!© Sergio GraziaProject gallerySee allShow lessCall for Concepts: Amsterdam Light Festival 2017-2018Call for Submissions”Misunderstandings” at CAMPO and FRACExhibitionProject locationAddress:Batignolles, 75017 Paris, FranceLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share CopyHousing•Paris, France Landscape Architect: Save this picture!© Sergio Grazia+ 25 Share France “COPY” Bassinet Turquin Paysage Projects 2016 CopyAbout this officeAvenier Cornejo ArchitectesOfficeFollowGausa Raveau ActarquitecturaOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingParisFrancePublished on December 15, 2016Cite: “145 Housing Units + FAM + PMI / Avenier Cornejo Architectes + Gausa Raveau Actarquitectura” 15 Dec 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Long Island Proponents Push for NY Rent Law Fix

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Activists, lawmakers and tenants rallied Monday in Mineola to urge the New York State Senate to pass a bill that would improve protections for renters, including those on Long Island.The legislation would decrease the vacancy bonus that incentivizes landlords to push tenants out, would make temporary rent increases for apartment complex improvements and strengthen protections for tenants with preferred rents so they are not at risk of being evicted.“Rent laws are a city issue, but also a Long Island issue,” said Nassau County Legis. Carrié Solanges (D-Elmont).Rent laws in New York are set to expire on June 15, two days before the state Legislature adjourns for the summer.READ MORE” Nassau Residents Protest Tax Cuts For Ultra-Wealthy at Sen. Dean Skelos’ Rockville Centre Office The New York Communities for Change, which organized the rally, determined that there are more than 23,000 rent-regulated tenants on LI, most of which are in Nassau. The group said that thousands of rent-regulated apartments have been lost over the last 20 years under the law, which the group argued is too weak.Those people struggling the most include low-income families, the elderly and young adults who have been moving out of state to find cheaper housing, depriving LI of its next workforce in what is known as the “brain drain.”“We’re seeing our young people, our young population, shrinking, shrinking and shrinking,” Minority Leader Kevan Abrahams (D-Freeport) said. “It’s happening because we’re not focused on making sure we protect the rights of renters.”The Long Island Tenants Union, a group that formed to help push for the changes, also attended the rally.“Weak rent laws create incentives to push us away from our homes,” said T.J. Shivers, the group’s vice president. “Our state senators have done nothing, and without their support, we could be homeless.”last_img read more

Play it Forward March 26 to April 1: Dodgers, Angels usher West Coast MLB presence into a Season 60 vs. Bay Area foes

first_imgA Dodgers’ home opener is usually a day game, not late afternoon battling with shadows. But as ESPN decided it wanted to fit this into its four-game Opening Day broadcast window, Clayton Kershaw’s fastball will probably look even more unhittable before darkness falls.Meanwhile, Shohei Ohtani, the Angels’ 23-year-old from Japan who, despite a less-than-stellar spring indoctrination, should start at DH in their opener at Oakland, and then pitch in the third game on Saturday. It’s never too early to see what Anaheim has to work with here. Who’ll be the Angels’ starting pitcher on Opening Day? Garrett Richards, Tyler Skaggs, Matt Shoemaker and JC Ramírez are the options for Mike Scioscia, starting his 19th season as manager, to figure out.Also this week for the Dodgers: vs. Giants, Friday, 7:10 p.m., SNLA, Ch. 5; Saturday, 6:10 p.m., SNLA; Sunday, 5 p.m., ESPNAlso this week for the Angels: at Athletics, Friday, 7:05 p.m.; Saturday, 1:05 p.m.; Sunday, 1:05 p.m., FSWAlso this week on Thursday’s MLB Opening Day: Cubs at Marlins, 9:30 a.m., ESPN; Astros at Rangers, 12:30 p.m., ESPN; Indians at Mariners, 7 p.m., ESPNAlso this week: The Dodgers-Angels Freeway Exhibition series continues Monday and Tuesday at Dodger Stadium (7:10 p.m., SNLA, FSW)NO. 2: COLLEGE BASKETBALL MEN’S NCAA FINAL FOUR LOYOLA-CHICAGO vs. MICHIGAN VILLANOVA vs. KANSAS Details/TV: at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Saturday, 3 p.m. and 6:20 p.m., TBSDid you know: Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, the 98-year-old team chaplain of the Loyola-Chicago team getting as much TV time the last two weeks as any of the 11-seeded Ramblers, had a 20-year run in the Los Angeles Archdioceses, including time as a teacher and principal at St. Brendan Elementary School in the St. Andrews Square neighborhood of L.A. “Worship, work and win!” has been her message, as well as the endorsement of a bobblehead and a special-made pair of maroon and yellow Nikes that have her name stitched on them. Loyola (32-5), which famously won the 1963 NCAA title, is a 5 ½-point underdog and given just a 26.4 percentage chance of beating Big Ten champion and 1989 national champion Michigan (32-7), according to the ESPN “Matchup Predictor.” In the second semifinal of two No. 1 seeds, coach Jay Wright’s Villanova (34-4), which won it all in 2016, is a five-point favorite at VegasInsider.com over Kansas (31-7), a program that Bill Self coached to a championship 10 years ago. NO. 6: GOLF: LPGA TOUR ANA INSPIRATION Details/TV: at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Thursday-Sunday, Golf Ch.So Yeon Ryu won this major a year ago by defeating 2014 champion Lexi Thompson with a birdie on the first playoff hole, the par-5 No. 18. This started in 1972 as the Dinah Shore Invitational and became an LPGA major 35 years ago. Golf Channel has final-round coverage from 2-6 p.m. Sunday.Also this week: PGA Tour Houston Open at GC of Houston in Humble, Tex., Thursday-Sunday, Golf Channel and Channel 4 NO. 9: BOXING: ANTHONY JOSHUA vs. JOSEPH PARKER Details/TV: at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday, 2 p.m., ShowtimeThe world is sort of unifying its heavyweight champion in this one before an expected 80,000 fans. The U.K.’s Joshua (20-0) has the WBA and IBF belts and New Zealand’s Parker (24-0) has the WBO belt. Perhaps the winner will then have to do one more unification exercise, as there sits American Deontay Wilder, holding the WBC heavyweight belt with a 40-0 record. He will be watching ringside as part of the Sky Sports broadcast team. Ranking the top 10 sports events March 26-April 1 you won’t want to miss:NO. 1: MLB SEASON OPENERS GIANTS at DODGERS Details/TV: At Dodger Stadium, Thursday, 4 p.m., ESPN ANGELS at ATHLETICS Details/TV: At Oakland Coliseum, Thursday, 1:05 p.m., FSWSixty years ago, the first West Coast MLB game was a bit taxing for the Dodgers – on April 15, Don Drysdale took the brunt of an 8-0 loss to the Giants before just 23,448 at the old Seals Stadium in San Francisco. The 21-year-old Drysdale, coming off a 17-9 season in the Dodgers’ last year in Brooklyn, surrendered five hits and three walks and led him to get charged with six earned runs before Walter Alston took him out of the game trailing 4-0 with two out in the fourth. Willie Mays followed with a bases-loaded single to drive in two more of Drysdale’s runners and break things open.Welcome to the earliest opening day in MLB history, the byproduct of a new collective bargaining agreement that yielded to the players wanting more days off during the season. Considering that the Dodgers’ 2017 season ended in early November, they’ve had about 150 days to process what happened in the seventh game of the World Series. Time’s up. NO. 3: NHL: KINGS at DUCKS Details/TV: at Honda Center in Anaheim, Friday, 7 p.m., Ch. 13The Kings and Ducks may be tied for the third spot in the Pacific Division when this arrives, leaving that uncomfortable feeling about who’ll eventually drop to fend for themselves against Colorado and St. Louis for the last two Western Conference wild-card spots. This will be the season tiebreaker of their season head-to-head series. The Ducks posted a 2-1 win at Anaheim and 4-2 at Staples Center when they played two games in a six-day span in mid-January. The Kings’ wins of 4-3 in OT and 2-1 in a shootout came back in November.Also this week for the Kings: vs. Flames, Monday, 7:30 p.m., FSW; vs. Coyotes, Thursday, 7:30 p.m., PrimeAlso this week for the Ducks: at Canucks, Tuesday, 7 p.m., Prime; vs. Avalanche, Sunday, 6 p.m., FSW NO. 10: NFL ANNUAL MEETINGS Details/TV: in Orlando, Fla., through WednesdayNFL commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to hold a press conference when this ends, with the goal of having a better explanation of what clearly defines a catch and what doesn’t. That’s one of the 27 proposals on the agenda. Another one that one that the Chargers, Cardinals and 49ers are backing – limit West Coast teams to only three games per season that begin at 1 p.m. on the East Coast. Last year, the 49ers and Cardinals had five of them; the Seahawks had none. The stats bear out that playing an early Sunday game after long travels results in the road team’s win rate dropping from 45.2 percent to 33.5 percent. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img NO. 7: COLLEGE BASEBALL UCLA at CAL Details/TV: at Evans Diamond in Berkeley, Thursday, 7:05 p.m.; Friday, 6:05 p.m.; Saturday, 2:05 p.m.The Bruins (15-5) had a five-game Pac-12 win streak snapped last Sunday with a 4-0 loss against ASU, but should maintain their Top 20 national ranking. Zach Pettway, the freshman right-hander out of Long Beach Wilson, has jumped out to a team-best 4-0 record and 2.35 ERA in six games (five starts), holding hitters to a .196 average.Also this week for USC (11-9): at Cal State Fullerton, Tuesday, 6 p.m.; vs. Washington, Thursday-Friday, 6 p.m., Saturday, 2 p.m.Also this week for Cal State Fullerton (9-12): vs. USC, Tuesday, 6 p.m.; at UC Santa Barbara, Thursday-Friday, 3 p.m., Saturday, 2 p.m.Also this week for Long Beach State (10-14): vs. San Diego State, Tuesday, 6 p.m.; at Fresno State, Thursday-Friday, 6 p.m., Saturday, 2 p.m.Also this week for UC Irvine (12-10): vs. Loyola Marymount, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.; vs. Hawaii, Thursday-Friday, 6:30 p.m., Saturday, 2 p.m.Also this week for UC Riverside (10-9): at Fresno State, Tuesday, 6 p.m.; vs. UC Davis, Thursday-Friday, 6 p.m., Saturday, 1 p.m.Also this week for Cal State Northridge (9-14): vs. Cal State Bakersfield, Tuesday, 2 p.m.; vs. Cal Poly, Thursday-Friday, 3 p.m., Saturday, 1 p.m.Also this week for Pepperdine (10-13): vs. UC Santa Barbara, Tuesday, 3 p.m.; vs. BYU, Thursday-Friday, 3 p.m., Saturday, 1 p.m.Also this week for Loyola Marymount (12-11): at UC Irvine, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.; at University of Pacific in Stockton, Thursday-Friday, 6 p.m., Saturday, 1 p.m. NO. 4: MLS: LAFC at GALAXY Details/TV: Saturday, noon, Ch. 11, Youtube TVPreviously overhyped meetings between the Galaxy and their former sublease tenant Chivas USA were branded “SuperClasico,” as well as “L.A. Derby” and “El Clasico Angelino.” The new LAFC has to grind down the 110 Freeway and merge over to the 91 before finding Carson, so it’s been suggested this new rivalry be called “El Traffico.” The game was declared a 27,000-seat sellout a few weeks ago, well before the Galaxy acquired 36-year-old global Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The two have two more meetings this season: July 26 at the new Banc of California Stadium (a Thursday night ESPN telecast) and again on Aug. 24 at StubHub Center (a Friday nighter, again on ESPN) NO. 8: COLLEGE BASKETBALL WOMEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP Details/TV: At Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio, Sunday, 4 p.m., ESPNVery unlike the men’s side, this could be a Final Four of four No. 1 seeds, as Louisville and Mississippi State (having just eliminated UCLA) won their way in and will meet in Friday’s semifinals, while UConn (vs. defending champion South Carolina, Monday, 4 p.m.) and Notre Dame (vs. Oregon, Monday, 6 p.m.) and have one more step to make. NO. 5: NBA: BUCKS at CLIPPERS Details/TV: Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., TNT, PrimeNBA: BUCKS at LAKERS Details/TV: At Staples Center, Friday at 7:30 p.m., Spectrum SportsNetSomething perhaps overlooked in Sunday’s “60 Minutes” piece about the Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo: In his age-23 season, the “Greek Freak” is averaging 26.3 points per 36 minutes on 53.1 percent shooting, posting a PER (Player Efficiency Rating) of 27.7. When Kareem Abdul-Jabbar led the Bucks to their only NBA title in his age-23 season,  he averaged 28.4 points per 36 minutes on 57.7 percent shooting with a PER of 29.0. That was Abdul-Jabbar’s second NBA season; Antetokounmpo is in his fifth season. He tweaked an ankle during the Bucks’ 127-120 loss to the Clippers last week in Milwaukee, but has since returned after missing one game. Between facing the Clippers and Lakers, the Bucks go to Golden State for a Thursday night contest.Also this week for the Clippers: at Suns, Wednesday, 7 p.m., Prime; at Trail Blazers, Friday, 7:30 p.m., ESPN; vs. Pacers, Sunday, 12:30 p.m., PrimeAlso this week for the Lakers: at Pistons, Monday, 4 p.m., SpecSN; vs. Mavericks, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., SpecSN; vs. Kings, Sunday, 6:30 p.m., SpecSN Also this week: Tuesday’s NIT semifinals pit Western Kentucky against Utah (4 p.m., ESPN) and Penn State against Mississippi State (6 p.m., ESPN), leading into Thursday’s final (4 p.m., ESPN) at Madison Square Garden in New Yorklast_img read more