House LSG#DM / Rmk! Arquitetura

first_img 2018 Projects Year:  CopyHouses•Vila Princesa, Brazil CopyAbout this officeRmk! ArquiteturaOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesVila PrincesaBrazilPublished on May 29, 2019Cite: “House LSG#DM / Rmk! Arquitetura” [Casa LSG#DM / Rmk! Arquitetura] 29 May 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogFaucets / SinkshansgroheKitchen SinksGlass3MSun Control Window Film in MarkthalPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceRetractable StructuresShadeFXRetractable Canopies in Beverly HillsPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesIsland Exterior FabricatorsSpecialty Facade SystemsWoodSculptformTimber Tongue and Groove CladdingSkylightsVELUX CommercialLonglight 5-30° – Modular SkylightsBars / Wire / MeshJakobWebnet – Sports NetSuspension SystemsMetawellAluminum Panels for Ceiling SailsMineral / Organic PaintsKEIMTiO2-free Mineral Paint – Soldalit®-ArteHanging LampsLuminisPendant Lights – HollowcoreHandicap BathroomAamsco Lighting, Inc.Mirror-Lux LED Illuminated MirrorMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Brazil House LSG#DM / Rmk! ArquiteturaSave this projectSaveHouse LSG#DM / Rmk! Arquitetura Save this picture!© Cristiano Bauce+ 49Curated by Matheus Pereira Share “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard “COPY” Architects: Rmk! Arquitetura Area Area of this architecture project Lead Architects: Area:  456 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard House LSG#DM / Rmk! Arquitetura Manufacturers: Broilo Aquecimento, Esquadrias Peres, Ladrilho Hidráulico, Prata Esquadrias Photographs:  Cristiano Bauce Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses Photographs ArchDaily Landscaping:Inflorescência PaisagismoProjeto De Interiores:Juliana Schnor, Karine Damasio, Bernardo MedeirosCity:Vila PrincesaCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Cristiano BauceRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornDoorsVitrocsaGlass Technology in Hotel BeaulacSkylightsFAKROWooden pivot roof windows FYP-V proSkyDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumText description provided by the architects. The LSG # DM residence project meets the requirements of the client in two formal units, a prism in exposed concrete supported by a glazed volume. On the longitudinal direction, the volume of the upper floor is in orthogonal opposition to the ground floor, projecting itself further towards in both directions.Save this picture!© Cristiano BauceSave this picture!Planta – Pavimento TérreoSave this picture!© Cristiano BauceConsisting of exposed concrete, the prism opens one of its faces to the best solar orientation, incorporating wooden movable panels that allow the control of natural insolation and ventilation of the intimate areas.In the ground floor, the social area is limited by large glazed surfaces which are delimited by gables in natural stone, allowing the maximum integration with the exterior. Wooden brise-soleil, arranged in random rhythm, provide insolation control, privacy and cordial integration with the surroundings.Save this picture!© Cristiano BauceThe projections, originated by the advancement of the upper floor over the ground floor, give rise to an outdoor porch and vehicle shelter. Under the slab of the ground floor, service areas are situated in a wooden volume. Sliding doors allow the integration of the gourmet area with the living room.Save this picture!© Cristiano BauceProject gallerySee allShow lessLe Corbusier’s Final Building Reopens in ZurichArchitecture News“One Day All the Dreamers Will Get Together to Build a Fantastic World”: In Conversa…Articles Share Otávio Zanotta Riemke / Pedro Borges Osório / Isabella Pereira Garcialast_img read more

Building member risk scores with data analytics

first_imgIn 1956, Bill Fair and Earl Isaac founded FICO.  The premise of FICO was that data could be used to improve business decisions.  In 1981, FICO introduced their first credit score algorithm that would become known as “The FICO Score”.  Utilizing basic data elements about past behavior allowed FICO to develop a standard credit score to enhance relationships between lenders and borrowers.  Now, with the rise of Big Data and Analytics, credit unions can supplement the use of FICO scores by building their own risk scores for members.At traditional credit scoring agencies, data is transformed by proprietary algorithms from databases that are kept secret from lenders who purchase the scores.  However, credit unions now store vast amounts of data on their servers (from many different sources) about their membership.  This data can be used to build their own member risk scores.Relationship-Based PricingCredit unions should make decisions based on the relationship they have with each member.  Some members only joined the credit union for a low loan rate and intend to close their membership as soon as the loan is paid off. continue reading » 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Toffees yet to open Lennon talks

first_imgEverton have yet to open talks with Tottenham over the future of on-loan winger Aaron Lennon but manager Roberto Martinez has outlined his transfer spending plans to chairman Bill Kenwright. “We’ve sat down but we haven’t had (the) opportunity to go into real detail on figures,” he said of his meeting with Kenwright. “We want to be very strong next season and that means we need to keep hold of all our good performers. “We’ve identified three or four positions that we need to strengthen but we have nine points to play for before we can plan for any future squad. “I think it is a very significant game at the weekend for Aaron. It is the last home game he will be available for and I think he has had a phenomenal impact in our team. “He has set high standards and made a massive contribution and I would expect exactly the same over the next two games and we want him to finish as strong as he can. “I think he has enjoyed it and over the next two games we want him to carry on with the levels. “After that we will sit down and see where Aaron wants to be and what his thoughts are. “Whatever happens in the future, it needs to be something that the player is happy with. We haven’t had any sort of conversation with Spurs.” Lennon plays his last match at Goodison Park against Sunderland on Saturday as he is ineligible to face parent club Spurs on the final day of the season. Martinez has been impressed with the England international’s impact since arriving in January but accepts there is plenty of ground to cover before they can think about signing the 28-year-old. While mid-tabled Everton could play a significant part in the relegation battle there remains the chance they could still qualify for Europe themselves. The Premier League could gain an extra place in next season’s Europa League via UEFA’s Fair Play table with Liverpool (likely to qualify via their league finish), West Ham and Everton England’s top-three sides. Martinez’s side head to Upton Park next weekend but the manager insists the Fair Play League will not come into their thinking. “It is a league you can’t really control so I’ve learned to put it aside and I don’t want to waste any time on that,” said the Toffees boss. “You wouldn’t play a game having the Fair Play League in your mind because it could go horribly wrong. “There are three games to go and we will see where it will take us.” Qualification could mean the new season starts on July 1 but that does not faze Martinez. “I think this season, if we have learned something, it is to be ready to adapt,” he added. Press Associationlast_img read more

CNW90 May 22, 2020

first_imgIn the meantime, The City of Miami Gardens has lifted its nightly curfew and the shelter-in-place order which have been in place since March. On May 20, the first day of reopening for the city of Miami, city officials announced that the curfew and order were no longer in effect. The city has however advised that residents with preexisting medical conditions should continue to shelter in place if possible. Facial coverings and social distancing are still required in public spaces and in stores, salons, barbershops and parks. Mayor of Miami Gardens Oliver Gilbert spoke to CNW Prime Time about the city’s reopening measures. Coming up in the newscast, Miami lifts COVID-19 nightly curfew, Bahamas government holds funeral service for Hurricane Dorian victims and Haiti now leads CARICOM countries with highest COVID-19 cases. In the meantime, Haiti has surpassed Jamaica, becoming the CARICOM country with the most COVID-19 cases. Since the beginning of this week, Haiti has seen a daily increase of over 50 cases. As of May 21, the country had 663 cases including 22 deaths, while all other countries in the region have began to slow the spread of the virus. For more information on these and other stories, visit Remember to pick up this week’s copy of our Caribbean National Weekly at your nearest Caribbean – American outlet. Now for the news in the detail With a look at some of the top stories making the news today, May 22 across your Caribbean-American community in South Florida, I’m…for CNW 90.center_img Today’s newscast is brought to you by the Florida Department of Health; To help stop the spread of COVID-19, The Florida Department of Health in Broward County reminds everyone to practice social distancing, wash your hands often with soap and water and cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing. The Florida Division of Emergency Management confirmed that almost 2,000 COVID-19 tests that were administered at drive-thru and walk-up test sites so far in May were damaged in transit. Officials said that more than 90,000 tests have been administered throughout the state this month so far, and of that number, 1,702 were damaged. Every patient affected will be contacted and will need to be retested, department officials said yesterday in a statement. Affected patients will also be prioritized for retesting at whichever site they had the first test done. In Caribbean News, Almost one year after Hurricane Dorian ravaged The Bahamas, the government has announced that it will host a non-denominational funeral service and burial for the victims. The service was initially planned for earlier this year but was postponed due to COVID-19. Last September, the category five hurricane had destroyed sections of the territory and claimed the lives of 74 people. In a final report on the Hurricane, released in April, the National Hurricane Center stated that over 200 people were still missing as a result of the hurricane.last_img read more

King condemns ‘white supremacy’ and says he’s a ‘nationalist’

first_imgWASHINGTON — Republican Congressman Steve King — now facing two G-O-P primary opponents if he seeks reelection — has issued a statement saying he’s an advocate of “Western Civilization’s values” but not white supremacy.Congressman King is quoted in a New York Times story asking why the phrases “white nationalist, white supremacist and Western civilization” have become offensive. King has released a written statement, saying he is an advocate for Western Civilization’s values and considers himself, by definition, to be “simply a Nationalist.” King went on to condemn white nationalism and white supremacy as “evil ideology.”In late October, King drew criticism from some Republicans after he tweeted his endorsement of a white nationalist running for office in Canada. Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan, a Democrat, has just called on the U.S. House of Representatives to censure King.Wednesday, Republican state senator Randy Feensra of Hull announced he would run for King’s seat in 2020. Thursday, the mayor of Irwin, Iowa, told The Des Moines Register he plans to against King run, too.last_img read more

Aboubakar delivers Cup of Nations for Cameroon

first_img#CamerúnCampeónCAN2017 ¡La imagen del día! N’Koulou y Moukandjo levantan el trofeo— Camino a Rusia (@caminoarusia) February 5, 2017– Super subs –The odds were now very much against Cameroon.The last Cup of Nations final to feature more than a single goal came in 2004, when Tunisia beat Morocco 2-1. The last time a side came from behind to win the trophy was in 1994, when Nigeria beat Zambia 2-1.Hugo Broos’s side also lost centre-back Adolphe Teikeu to an apparent groin injury just after the half-hour mark, with Nkoulou taking his place.The Lyon defender has been out of favour at this tournament, only starting in Cameroon’s final group game against Gabon. But thrown on here through necessity, it was he who pulled his side level in the 59th minute.Egypt failed to fully clear their lines following a corner and captain Benjamin Moukandjo crossed from the left for Nkoulou, who soared above Ahmed Hegazy to head past Essam El Hadary from six yards.Cameroon were revitalised by that goal, a partisan crowd lifted, but Jacques Zoua fired wastefully wide and Moukandjo blasted over from an excellent position as extra time began to seem inevitable.Then Aboubakar, who had been introduced at the start of the second half in place of Robert Ndip Tambe, controlled a long ball forward with his chest on the edge of the area, poked it over the head of Ali Gabr and volleyed low past El Hadary in the Egyptian goal.RELATES STORY: LIVE – How Cameroon rallied to beat EgyptList of Africa Cup of Nations champions after Cameroon won the 2017 final in Gabon Sunday:1957: Egypt1959: Egypt1962: Ethiopia1963: Ghana1965: Ghana1968: Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo)1970: Sudan Cameroon’s forward Benjamin Moukandjo (L) and Cameroon’s defender Nicolas Nkoulou hold up the trophy after beating Egypt 2-1 to win the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations final football match between Egypt and Cameroon at the Stade de l’Amitie Sino-Gabonaise in Libreville on February 5, 2017. AFP PHOTOLibreville, Gabon | AFP | FT Cameroon 2 Egypt 1: Vincent Aboubakar came off the bench to score a stunning winner with two minutes left as Cameroon fought back from behind to beat Egypt 2-1 in a thrilling Africa Cup of Nations final on Sunday.Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny had given Egypt the lead midway through the first half and Egypt looked to be on course to win an unrivalled eighth Cup of Nations crown in their first appearance at the tournament since 2010.But Nicolas Nkoulou, who had come off the bench in the first half, headed in the equaliser just before the hour mark and fellow substitute Aboubakar slammed in the winner in the 88th minute.That sparked bedlam in a near-capacity crowd of more than 38,000 in Gabon’s capital, made up in its majority by Cameroonian supporters.It is a fifth Cup of Nations crown for the Indomitable Lions, a first since 2002, and the first time they have beaten Egypt in the final in three attempts.Egypt fell just short on their return to the competition after a seven-year absence, and the defeat will be especially painful for their coach Hector Cuper.The Argentine was desperate to win a trophy after a career tainted by rotten luck in finals at club level, including back-to-back defeats in the UEFA Champions League with Valencia at the start of the last decade.Egypt have been derided at times for a defensive approach under Cuper, but they played their part in this rarest of things — a genuinely entertaining final.The Pharaohs had signalled their intent within two minutes as a delightful cushioned pass by Mohamed Salah set up Abdallah El Said, but his firm shot was well held by Fabrice Ondoa in the Cameroon goal.Egypt then opened the scoring midway through the first period with a superb team goal.Amr Warda and Salah combined on the right and the latter played the ball into Elneny in space in the area, the midfielder taking a touch to control and another to steady himself before blasting high past Ondoa at his near post.It was a brilliant finish from the midfielder who was returning to the side after missing his team’s last two games due to a calf injury. 1972: Congo Brazzaville1974: Zaire1976: Morocco1978: Ghana1980: Nigeria1982: Ghana1984: Cameroon1986: Egypt1988: Cameroon1990: Algeria1992: Ivory Coast1994: Nigeria1996: South Africa1998: Egypt2000: Cameroon2002: Cameroon2004: Tunisia2006: Egypt2008: Egypt2010: Egypt2012: Zambia2013: Nigeria2015: Ivory Coast2017: CameroonTitles7: Egypt5: Cameroon4: Ghana3: Nigeria2: Ivory Coast, Zaire1: Algeria, Congo Brazzaville, Ethiopia, Morocco, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia, Zambiacenter_img Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Liverpool demanded 200m for Coutinho – Barcelona

first_imgUEFA announced on Friday that PSG will be investigated for a potential breach of financial fair play (FFP) rules after adding Kylian Mbappe to the capture of Neymar from Monaco in a deal that could rise to 180 million euros.Soler dismissed claims that Barca’s status as one of the world’s leading clubs is being threatened by their inability or unwillingness to match the lavish spending of other clubs.“We haven’t lost any international status for having common sense and not putting the financial viability of the club at risk.”Barca also insist that five-time World Player of the Year Lionel Messi will soon sign a new contract, tying him to the club until 2021.The club announced the agreement of the deal with Messi, 30, on July 5, but the Argentine has yet to formally put pen to paper.“I want to send a message of calm to the members. There is no problem,” added Soler over the delay.“When the club announced an agreement it is validated by both parties.“All that is lacking is the protocol.”Share on: WhatsApp Barcelona, Spain | AFP | A leading Barcelona board member claimed Liverpool set an asking price of 200 million euros ($238 million) for midfielder Philippe Coutinho as the Catalan giants criticised the rampant inflation in the football transfer market on Saturday.Albert Soler, Barca’s director of institutional relations, said the club’s under-fire board would not put the future of the institution at risk by bending to excessive demands.“Liverpool put a price of 200 million euros on a player that we wanted,” Soler told reporters at a press conference held to explain Barca’s haphazard signing policy this summer.Barca ended the window making a slight profit on transfers after receiving a world record 222 million euros from Neymar’s move to Paris Saint-Germain.Despite splashing over 190 million on five signings, most notably 105 million euros on 20-year-old French winger Ousmane Dembele, Soler claimed Barca wouldn’t been drawn into an arms race with the cash-rich Premier League and Qatar-backed PSG.“We didn’t want to put at risk the heritage of the club. This is a club of 150,000 members and has to be managed with coherence and responsiblity,” added Soler.“We won’t get involved in the game of a market that has lost its way.“This board won’t put the club at risk. UEFA and the European Clubs Association (ECA) have to reflect and make a decision.”last_img read more

FIFA report details spending of Blatter era

first_imgThe former president largely used the money in his account to fund the “Blatter Foundation” in his home town of Viege, Switzerland.“There appears to have been little oversight over these accounts though they were accounted for in FIFA’s financial records,” says the report.Between 2006 and 2014, “a high-ranking FIFA official”, who was Blatter, gave “over $2.5 million to numerous institutions, charitable organisations, and his home town.”The report also highlights black-market sales of match tickets and the possibility of abusing the unsupervised funding of FIFA’s global development programmes.The report welcomes a series of measures recommended by the reform committee on which Infantino served before his election, adopted by FIFA in February 2016.“Considerable improvements have been made, or are in the process of being made, in the areas of governance, committees, compliance, finance, compensation policy, commercialisation of rights, funding for global football development, selection of the FIFA World Cup host, and ticketing operations,” the report says.Yet FIFA still faces criticism from outside after replacing the leaders of its ethics in committee, Hans Joachim-Eckert and Cornel Borbely, and sacking Miguel Maduro just eight months after he was appointed chairman of the governance committee.Maduro told a British parliamentary committee that Infantino interfered with the committee’s work, ignored rules and ultimately sacked him in order to maintain power.On Wednesday, the Council of Europe in Strasbourg was debating sports governance and a report by MEP Anne Brasseur from Luxembourg, chair of it sports committee, which asserts that FIFA has not changed under Infantino.The BDO report was more optimistic.“These reforms and improvements are still being completed, even though a wide range of measures has already been implemented. Many of the reforms described herein are unique in the world of sports governance and may also serve as a model for other sports organisations,” the report said.Share on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: Sepp Blatter looks on with fake dollars note flying around him thrown by a protester during a press conference at the football’s world body headquarter’s on July 20, 2015 in Zurich. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINILausanne, Switzerland | AFP | A copy of a report seen by AFP into the state of FIFA commissioned by Gianni Infantino after his election as president shines a light on the murky ways of the old regime at world football’s governing body.The 98-page “Progress at FIFA – Status Report” gives details of lavish spending, particularly by Sepp Blatter, the former president, and Jerome Valcke, his Secretary General, who had a taste for private jets and unjustified expenses.The report covers the period from 2006 to 2015, the year the FIFA corruption scandal exploded, and was put together by Swiss audit company BDO who submitted it in October last year, though it has remained confidential.BDO highlighted the lack of “a clear set of rules and regulations concerning expense reimbursement” resulting in payments “that would not be permitted under today’s guidelines.”Without giving any names, the report says “two former members of the FIFA Executive Committee were reimbursed for expenses in the aggregate amount of over $780,000 (632,000 euros) and $390,000, respectively, incurred during only one year.”Over a five-year period, “a former high-ranking FIFA official was reimbursed for travel expenses in the total amount of over $300,000.” According to a source close to the report who was interviewed by AFP, that official was Worawi Makudi of Thailand, who has been suspended for five years for other misdeeds.The late Chuck Blazer, an American member of the FIFA Executive Committee until he was accused of corruption in 2013 and turned FBI informer, is also singled out.Even though he was skimming millions of dollars from television rights contracts as a US court heard last year, Blazer did not scorn smaller scams. Having attended two FIFA events at the same venue a few days apart, Blazer was reimbursed for two return flights even though he had only made one. The non-existent extra tickets cost $13,000.The son of a former member of the Executive Committee obtained $15,000 in compensation and expenses for a FIFA event which his father did not attend. The source identified the father as the late Isaac Sasso Sasso, from Costa Rica, who, according to FIFA, had one son, Alfredo.– Millions on jets –The audit also highlights the lack of any “approval process for the use of private jets,” particularly by Valcke, who has since been suspended by FIFA.FIFA spent an average of US $4.9 million per year on jets 2010 and 2014, and $7.9 million in 2014 alone.In 2016, the first year of Infantino’s reign, “spending on private jet flights dropped by 88 percent” compared to 2010-14, said the report.Until 2014, Blatter and Valcke each had sole control of an account into which FIFA paid money for them to donate to charities and organisations of their choice.last_img read more

Euro 2020 fate to be decided as virus threat looms

first_img“I firmly count on the fact the tournament will be postponed,” Seifert said. “The probability that we have a perfect Euros this summer is measured by a number close to zero.”German broadcaster ZDF reported that two possible options are on the table.One is to push it back to 2021, although that is not as simple as it might appear, as it would need FIFA president Gianni Infantino to agree to halting the inaugural edition of his highly lucrative Club World Cup, due to take place in June and July next year in China with some of Europe’s top club sides involved.FIFA offered “no comment” on Monday on the matter.There is also the issue of the women’s European Championship, scheduled to run from July 7 to August 1 next year in England, with the final at Wembley. The London venue is also supposed to hold the semi-finals and final of Euro 2020. UEFA have also planned to stage an Under-21 Euros in Hungary and Slovenia in June next year.The alternative option for UEFA, according to ZDF, is to maintain a Euro 2020 by playing it later in the year.– Financial stakes ‘enormous’ –That supposes that the crisis will have calmed down by then, and there is also the issue of all the other football that has been suspended.UEFA may come to a decision to try to complete the Champions League and Europa League by curtailing the competitions, meaning ties up to the semi-finals could be decided in one-off matches.Financially, UEFA would undoubtedly prefer postponing their flagship tournaments to cancelling them altogether, or playing matches behind closed doors.“The financial stakes are enormous,” according to one senior figure in the international game. “We know that FIFA has significant reserves but we don’t know about UEFA or the different leagues.” UEFA is expected to postpone Euro 2020Paris, France | AFP |  UEFA is expected to postpone Euro 2020 by up to a year on Tuesday, as European football’s governing body considers its response to the fallout of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.All of Europe’s leading domestic leagues ground to a halt last week with football confronting its biggest issue in modern times, and the fate of UEFA’s Champions League and Europa League competitions must also be determined.UEFA will hold a video conference with representatives from all 55 member associations as well as from clubs and players bodies. It will then hold an executive committee meeting at 1400 (1300 GMT) at its Swiss headquarters.The future of the European Championship, due to take place for the first time in a dozen different cities spread across the continent from June 12 to July 12, is up in the air.The “dark scenarios” that UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin warned against envisaging when he spoke at the organisation’s congress in Amsterdam just two weeks ago now have to be considered.Europe has become the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic, with Italy and Spain on lockdown, France rapidly following suit, and other countries closing borders to halt the spread of the outbreak.More than 2,100 people have died in Italy, which is supposed to host the opening game of Euro 2020 in Rome.– Postponed for a year? –The head of the Italian football federation, Gabriele Gravina, has already proposed that the Euros be postponed, with Italy coach Roberto Mancini calling for it to pushed back 12 months.“We would have won the European Championship this summer, we can also win it in 2021,” Mancini told television station Rai Sport.It is a position that many across the continent are coming round to amid much uncertainty as to when club football can resume.“UEFA has no choice. They have to postpone the Euros and the Champions League,” one senior figure in the world game told AFP, although finding agreement across the board may not be easy.German league chief Christian Seifert believes postponing the European Championship is inevitable. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Officials: Coral Springs Firefighter Found Dead; Homicide Investigation Underway

first_imgBroward County Sheriff’s deputies say a person who was found dead Saturday morning was a Coral Springs firefighter.Authorities have identified the man as 39-year-old Christopher Allen Randazzo of Pompano Beach.They found his body on Saturday morning around 6 a.m., after responding to a medical distress call at an apartment complex at 4520 El Mar Drive in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea.The sheriff’s office says homicide detectives are also involved in the investigation.Television cameras showed the building on El Mar Drive cordoned off with crime scene tape.This is a developing story.last_img