Kurt Brunner / bergmeisterwolf architekten

first_imgCopyAbout this officebergmeisterwolf architektenOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelStone#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesVipitenoHousesItalyPublished on June 03, 2012Cite: “Kurt Brunner / bergmeisterwolf architekten” 03 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogShowershansgroheShower MixersVinyl Walls3MVinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ Abrasion ResistantPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceLightsVibiaLamps – NorthCultural / PatrimonialIsland Exterior FabricatorsSeptember 11th Memorial Museum Envelope SystemSkylightsVELUX CommercialAtrium Longlight, DZNE GermanyHanging LampsLouis PoulsenLamp – PH ArtichokeTiles / Mosaic / GresiteHisbalitMosaic Tiles – TexturasAcousticMetawellAluminum Panels – Acoustic SailsMineral / Organic PaintsKEIMTiO2-free Mineral Paint – Soldalit®-ArteWall / Ceiling LightsA-LightWall Grazer Concealed LightsDoorsBuster and PunchDoor Hardware – Pull BarMore products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?Kurt Brunner / Bergmeister Wolf Architekten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 “COPY” Year:  CopyHouses•Vipiteno, Italy Kurt Brunner / bergmeisterwolf architekten Kurt Brunner / bergmeisterwolf architektenSave this projectSaveKurt Brunner / bergmeisterwolf architekten Houses Projects Products used in this ProjectSwitchesGIRAGira E2 – SwitchesText description provided by the architects. Next to the Chapel, Farmstead b, Sterzing The site is situated in a little village, above Sterzing, on a height of 1.400 m above sea-level. Out of a farmhouse with an old oven (made of stone) which were both fit for demolition a new holiday residence of the Brunner family should arise. Together with the historical chapel an ensemble on the mountain should come into existence. It was important for us to integrate a place to live, a sauna, a garage and a henhouse into the landscape. All new buildings were inserted into the landscape without changing the topography. They should be separated according to their function, form and material and still create a unity because of their positioning. Save this picture!© Günter Richard WettWe worked with the found, the discovered – the landscape as well as the remains of the old farmhouse like the stone wall and the traditional materials as for example the shingles from the chapel. The starting point was the old stone wall of the farmhouse for us. After a long search we finally found workers (stone artists) who were able to rebuild it according to old architecture without mortar. Save this picture!© Günter Richard WettThe structure was covered with shingles following the roof also on the soffit, they were exposed to wind and weather already 1 and a half year before in order to achieve a relatively uniform weathering , a silvery tone. Simple materials, like the concrete ceiling which was roughly structured with laths, glass elements, as well as steel and wood characterize the interior. As a basic principle old materials were reused and combined with new ones. Save this picture!© Günter Richard WettAt the same time, a sauna box belongs to the ensemble which is stuck in the territory. The simple element was supplied with earth-coloured plaster. The roof is intensively covered with greenery. The jutting out and pending terrace is roofed but at the same time also open and offers a wonderful view over the valley. Save this picture!© Günter Richard WettOn the other side there is the garage, an almost black cube in the landscape, covered with greenery, simple with small cut-outs and larch-wood laths. A game between architecture, landscape and art should come to life.Save this picture!© Günter Richard WettProject gallerySee allShow lessArchitecture at Zero 2012 CompetitionArticlesFoss Waterway Seaport / Olson Kundig ArchitectsArticles Share Italy 2011center_img Save this picture!© Günter Richard Wett+ 11 Share Manufacturers: GIRA Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Photographs “COPY” Photographs:  Günter Richard Wett Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/237165/kurt-brunner-bergmeister-wolf-architekten Clipboard ArchDaily Architects: bergmeisterwolf architekten Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/237165/kurt-brunner-bergmeister-wolf-architekten Clipboardlast_img read more

Syracuse safety undergoes surgery on fractured wrist, torn ligament

first_imgSyracuse safety Durell Eskridge underwent surgery for a fractured wrist and torn ligament in his right finger. Eskridge posted photos to his Instagram account Thursday of his right hand and wrist in a cast.Eskridge originally commented on the photo that he fractured his wrist and tore a ligament in his ring finger, but that comment has since been deleted. The caption on the photo said, “This is so painful right now.” Eskridge also posted a photo of himself in a hospital bed on Wednesday.According to a press release from SU Athletics on Thursday, Eskridge had the surgery on Wednesday. He will be evaluated throughout the summer, and his status for the 2013 season will be determined before the start of training camp in August, according to the release.Eskridge, who will be a junior, practiced with Syracuse throughout the spring. He played the Spring Game on April 20.This past season, Eskridge played in all 13 games and recorded 26 solo tackles. He also finished with two sacks, a forced fumble and one fumble recovery.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 2, 2013 at 2:01 pm Contact Chris: [email protected] | @chris_isemanlast_img read more

Fast reaction: 3 quick takeaways from No. 2 seed Syracuse’s 10-7 NCAA quarterfinal loss to No.11 Towson

first_imgNEWARK, Del. — Syracuse’s longest national title drought since 1983 endures another year.Towson marched out to an early 6-0 lead and did not relent in its 10-7 victory over SU on Sunday afternoon. No. 2 Syracuse (13-3, 4-0 Atlantic Coast) scored its fewest goals (six) since its season-ending loss last season in its season-ending loss to No. 11 Towson (12-4, 4-1 Colonial Athletic) on Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium. The Tigers advance to the Final Four in Foxborough, Massachusetts, to play Ohio State.Syracuse suffered only its third loss this season and its worst loss since this weekend last year, when SU lost to Maryland, 13-7, in the NCAA quarterfinals. The Orange, ranked No. 1 in the country for three weeks this season, had its season cut prematurely for the fourth straight year.Here are three quick takeaways to the game.Historic lossAdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis year’s senior class became the first grade to not reach Memorial Day weekend since 1979. The Orange has not won the national championship since 2009, the program’s longest drought since 1983. Senior attack Jordan Evans became only the second player to wear the No. 22 since 1988 and not capture a national title.Syracuse drops to just 3-4 in NCAA tournament games over the last three years. The Orange has reached the Final Four only once — 2013 — since its last national title in 2009. Towson came out firing in SU’s historic loss, as the Orange lost the week before Memorial Day for the second straight year.SU came back from down by four or more goals on four separate occasions this season, but no such comeback was in store against the Tigers. Answering machineEvery time Syracuse showed life with a goal, the Tigers answered. Towson senior goalkeeper Matt Hoy entered Sunday playing some of the best lacrosse of his career, and he continued to excel in the cage. He made 10 saves, several from point-blank.“We have to be efficient, especially against Towson because they’ll be a lot more patient that Yale was,” SU head coach John Desko said this week. “They’ve been called for stalling quite a bit. We have to make sure we’re good, making saves, not giving the ball to them in any of those situations.”The opposite played out in Newark, Delaware, on Sunday afternoon.Where’s the offense?Towson’s third-ranked defense, which thrives because it packs in the interior of the offensive area like a zone, stifled the SU offense. Middle cutters were a rarity. SU’s second-ranked man-up offense, which converts on about half of its chances, went 0-for-4. The Orange committed 11 turnovers, several of which led to Towson goals at the other end.“We have to be patient,” Desko said this week. “We have to work for good shots. And if it’s not there, we just have to bring it out and start our offense all over again.”At times, SU was patient, though possessions ended in turnovers. Other times, SU forced shots or had passes batted away by one of the stingiest defenses in the country. Towson’s elongated possessions ate up clock and created a vicious cycle that SU could not spin out of. Comments Published on May 21, 2017 at 2:21 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+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 pic.twitter.com/9GF8Gge0il— 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

Alisson cannot wait to make Liverpool return

first_imgLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker is back in full training and nearing a return to competitive action after six weeks out with a calf injury.The Brazilian number one was carried off in Liverpool’s 4-1 victory over Norwich on the opening night of the Premier League season on August 9.“I’m on a good way, I think we are nearly there,” he told the Liverpool website.“I can go outside to the pitch to do some goalkeeper work and I feel very well.“I feel confident and I think now it’s just about getting all my power, all my confidence to come back and do what I love to do.”Alisson was named men’s goalkeeper of the year at FIFA’s annual awards ceremony in Milan on Monday for his role in helping Liverpool win the Champions League last season.Even without the inspirational goalkeeper, the Reds have also made a brilliant start in their quest to end a 30-year wait to win the Premier League, winning all six of their opening games to take a five-point lead over Manchester City.Stand-in ‘keeper Adrian, who only joined the club four days before the Norwich game, has overcome an uncertain start and was pivotal to a 2-1 win at Chelsea on Sunday. FILE PHOTO: Alisson Becker And Alisson admitted the Spaniard’s form has allowed him not to rush his recovery.“I think the boys are doing very well, all the team (and) Adrian especially,” he added.“He’s a special guy who came late in the season, he just came and shows everyone his value, not just as a player but as a person and that is the more important thing.“He is doing very well on the pitch. I have peace to recover in a proper way so it’s better for everyone.”Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hinted Alisson may not return until after the October international break, but the 26-year-old is desperate to get back on the field and play his part in the push for the title.“If I look back, two weeks ago I couldn’t even walk properly. Now I’m running, jumping on my right leg that was injured so I’m really happy for that,” he said.“The games, the atmosphere at Anfield, the away games, all games when I watch on the TV, I just think how I want to play, I want to be there, I want to help my team-mates. I’m looking forward (to being back), I can’t wait any more!”center_img Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Netflix cracks down on password-sharing

first_imgNetflix and chill may not be the same after the streaming service announced plans to crack down on password sharing during its annual, quarterly earnings call last week.The jig is up in regards to the unofficial Netflix sharing plan, which includes giving your password to friends and family for free.Netflix product chief Greg Peters noted that the company is aware of users sharing their account information to save money, but did not disclose an estimate of how many users do so.“We’ll continue to look at the situation, and we’ll see those consumer-friendly ways to push on the edge of that,” said Peters.The company also said it is looking into limiting IP addresses, which could become a problem for families who do not live in the same household.Netflix currently limits the number of devices that can stream from one account, and users can share accounts to some extent.However, Netflix users are also limited to one household because of the requirement of setting up individual profiles.Aside from the monitoring scandal, the company also announced its recent success.Netflix said it added 6.77 million paid subscribers in the September quarter crediting hit shows like “Stranger Things” and “13 Reasons Why.”No immediate changes are expected to come to the popular streaming service, according to Peters.“Netflix is monitoring the shared-activity,” said Peters. “But has no big plans at this point in time in terms of doing something different there.”last_img read more

Broward County firefighter murder suspects linked to attempted murder in Lantana

first_imgThree men linked to the murder of an off-duty firefighter are expected to appear in court on Saturday.The Broward County Sheriff’s said the suspects were also involved in an attempted murder, which occurred the same evening.BSO worked closely with the Lantana Police Department to identify the suspects and link them to each crime.The suspects have been identified as Torrey Holston, 19, of West Palm Beach, Marco Rico, 32, of Royal Palm Beach, and Jose Garcia Romero, 20, of Greenacres.Holston was taken into custody on Thursday, according to BSO.Marco Rico, 32, of Royal Palm Beach, and Jose Garcia Romero, 20, of Greenacres, were arrested Friday on an attempted murder charge.BSO identified Holston as the alleged shooter and Romero and Rico as suspected accomplices in the murder of 39-year-old firefighter and paramedic Christopher Randazzo.They are facing multiple charges, including first-degree murder, armed robbery, and conspiracy.It is unclear what charges the suspects will face in the separate attempted murder case at this time.Related content:Arrests Made in Murder of Broward County Firefighterlast_img read more

Orangutan, granted legal personhood, moves to FL, becomes woman

first_imgAn orangutan who was granted legal personhood in a landmark 2015 ruling has moved into the Center for Great Apes in  Florida.Judge Elena Liberatori’s ruling declared that Sandra was legally not an animal, but a non-human person.The ruling gave the orangutan certain legal rights enjoyed by humans as well as better living conditions.“With that ruling, I wanted to tell society something new, that animals are sentient beings and that the first right they have is our obligation to respect them,” Judge Liberatori said.The 2015 ruling came after animal rights campaigners filed a habeas corpus petition on behalf fo the orangutan.A Habeas Corpus document is more commonly used to challenge the legality of a person’s detention or imprisonment.Patti Ragan, who is the director of the center in Wauchula, Florida, said Sandra is adjusting to the center, joining 21 orangutans and 31 chimpanzees who have been rescued or retired from circuses, stage shows, and the exotic pet trade.“This is the first time in over a decade that Sandra has had the opportunity to meet other orangutans, and she will meet them when she chooses,” said Ragan. “It is a new freedom for her, and one we are grateful to provide.”The 2015 verdict was very controversial, with some arguing that it was inappropriate to compare the animal with a human.“When you don’t know the biology of a species, to unjustifiably claim it suffers abuse, is stressed or depressed, is to make one of man’s most common mistakes, which is to humanize animal behaviour,” the Buenos Aires Zoo’s head of biology, Adrian Sestelo, said in 2015.The ruling was expected to open the door for thousands of similar cases but that does not appear to have happened at this time.Orangutans are a part of the family Hominidae, also known as great apes along with gorillas and chimpanzees.Furthermore, they share about 97 percent of their DNA with humans.last_img read more

Climate Protesters Disrupt Harvard-Yale Football Game

first_imgThe Harvard-Yale football game was delayed briefly on Saturday, after more than 100 students and alumni flooded the field in protest of the schools’ endowments from fossil fuel companies.One banner read, “Nobody wins. Yale & Harvard are complicit in climate injustice.”Harvard was leading Yale 15-3 during the game in New Haven, Connecticut when the students ran onto the middle of the field as halftime was ending. The game was delayed for about 30 minutes until the protesters were escorted out of the field by police.Students are calling for both universities to divest their endowments from fossil fuel holdings.“Harvard and Yale claim their goal is to create student leaders who can strive toward a more ‘just, fair, and promising world’ by ‘improving the world today and for future generations.’ Yet by continuing to invest in industries that mislead the public, smear academics, and deny reality, Harvard and Yale are complicit in tearing down that future,” the student groups, Fossil Fuel Divest Harvard, Fossil Free Yale, and Yale Endowment Justice Coalition said in a statement after the protest.They added, “We demand that our universities take responsibility for their role in perpetuating the climate crisis and global climate injustice — we call on Harvard and Yale to fully disclose, divest, and reinvest their holdings in the fossil fuel industry, putting an end to business as usual and taking meaningful action towards building a more just and stable future.” Harvard President Larry Bacow stated in a story last September in the university’s magazine that the school is pursuing various climate change solutions through research and sustainable practices on campus, and noted that he encouraged a “healthy” debate over investment policy.According to Bacow, “Amid our larger academic and institutional efforts, debate over investment policy — including demands to divest from the fossil fuel industry — will no doubt continue at Harvard and beyond. This debate is healthy. And while I, like my predecessors, believe that engaging with industry to confront the challenge of climate change is ultimately a sounder and more effective approach for our university, I respect the views of those who think otherwise.”He continues, “We may differ on means. But I believe we seek the same ends — a decarbonized future in which life on Earth can flourish for ages to come.”Yale officials issued a statement that reads, “Yale stands firmly for the right to free expression. Today, students from Harvard and Yale expressed their views and delayed the start of the second half of the football game. We stand with the Ivy League in its statement: ‘It is regrettable that the orchestrated protest came during a time when fellow students were participating in a collegiate career-defining contest and an annual tradition when thousands gather from around the world to enjoy and celebrate the storied traditions of both football programs and universities.’”The statement adds, We are grateful to the staff members and police officers who ensured the peaceful departure of students from the field. The exercise of free expression on campus is subject to general conditions, and we do not allow disruption of university events.”last_img read more

Starbucks barista fired for giving police officer cup labeled ‘PIG’

first_imgAn Oklahoma Starbucks barista is out of a job after giving a police officer a cup on Thanksgiving with the word “pig” on the label.The incident first gained attention after a Facebook post made Kiefer Chief Johnny O’Mara, who told reporters a customer pointed out the label on the cups to the officer.“What irks me is the absolute and total disrespect for a police officer who, instead of being home with family and enjoying a meal and a football game, is patrolling his little town,” O’Mara wrote in a Facebook post, where he shared a picture of a cup with the “PIG” label on it.In a statement issued Friday, Starbucks reps said the behavior was absolutely unacceptable, and they are deeply sorry.The company also says they’ll be hosting a Coffee with a Cop event to promote greater civility.Click here to learn more.last_img read more