Elements House / G&A Evripiotis

first_img “COPY” Projects Greece Area:  200 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs Manufacturers: Dornbracht, EXPA, Hager, Miele, LAFARGE GROUP, SMK GROUP, Skandalis AEMep Design:Yannis SkiadasConstruction Management:G&A Evripiotis, Angelos KottikasLandscape:Eva PapadimitriouDesign Team:Angeliki Evripioti, Chrysanthi Almpani, George Kourakos, Dimitris ZoupasCity:MolosCountry:GreeceMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosRecommended ProductsResidential ApplicationsCymat Technologies Ltd.Hudson Valley Home, USA – Alusion™ Stabilized Aluminum FoamFiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0WindowsSolarluxSliding Window – CeroWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40Text description provided by the architects. Elements house is located on a rigid slope overlooking the bay of Molos on the east seashore of Paros island, surrounded by a typical Cycladic landscape. The view and the rigid landscape are the two main elements of the architectural design, which seeks the accomplishment of both the maximum use of the view in every interior space and the minimum trace of the building on the landscape. The panoramic view of the slope consists of southern Naxos, Herakleia, and Kefalos Hill with the monastery of St Anthony on top and the settlements of Marmara and Marpissa on its base.Save this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosSave this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosThe use of a linear stonewall that embraces an underground layout of successive spaces forms the design fundament of the two independent parts of the house, whose green roofs intergrade them even more into the Cycladic flora. Two linear underground planted backyards contribute to extra lighting and ventilation to every space and they are simultaneously functioning as the main movement corridor between the parking area, the common spaces, and the interior spaces.Save this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosSave this picture!Floor planSave this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosA common exterior kitchen and dining area (agora) shape every aspect of the residents’ life, as it lies in-between the backyards, the entrance staircase (scala), the independent parts of the house, and the view-oriented verandas.Save this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosThe exterior materials’ colors and textures are all nuanced in accordance with the natural ground of the slope, giving precedence to natural stone and wood. On the contrary, the interior has been a more exclusive, free-spirited mix of materials, colors, and decorative objects.Save this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosSave this picture!SectionSave this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosElements house composes both a reference to the integrated building on a rigid landscape and a secluded summer residence on a Greek island, experimenting with the differences of the hidden and the visible, the interior and the exterior, the natural and the artificial.Save this picture!© Yiorgis YerolymbosProject gallerySee allShow less”Traditional Construction Is Doomed To Disappear:” Interview With the Portuguese Off…InterviewsFrank Lloyd Wright’s Civic Center Captured on Film by Skyler DahanArchitecture News Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/955734/elements-house-g-and-a-evripiotis Clipboard CopyAbout this officeG&A EvripiotisOfficeFollowProductStone#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookMolosGreecePublished on January 26, 2021Cite: “Elements House / G&A Evripiotis” 26 Jan 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/955734/elements-house-g-and-a-evripiotis Clipboard Elements House / G&A EvripiotisSave this projectSaveElements House / G&A Evripiotis CopyHouses•Molos, Greececenter_img 2020 Houses Save this picture!© Yiorgis Yerolymbos+ 23Curated by Paula Pintos Share ArchDaily Photographs:  Yiorgis Yerolymbos Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Year:  Architects: G&A Evripiotis Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” Elements House / G&A Evripiotislast_img read more

Willard Library Annual Appeal

first_img     Willard Library Needs You!  As the oldest public library in the State of Indiana and one of the oldest libraries in the Midwest, Willard Library is unique among cultural icons in the City of Evansville—everything from its historic architecture, the rare and expansive local history archives, to the unique programs for children and adults.  On February 7, 2015, Willard Library, one of Evansville’s premiere cultural destinations, opened its first ever building expansion since its opening in 1885.  Two key components of this expansion included a much needed Gallery and a way to better connect the historic structure to the 3.5 acre Willard Park. The Browning Gallery now serves as an indoor venue for library events and the Park’s role as an outdoor entertainment space has been elevated. In 2017, the Browning Gallery in Willard Library and Willard Park were host to 621 library events and served a record setting 20,000 visitors! These popular events featured local people and performers as well as nationally recognized authors, artists and experts.  Visiting Willard Library is a central piece of most visitors’ package when touring Evansville. You can be a part of this success with your gift to Willard. By making your tax-deductible contribution today, you can become part of Willard Library history while reducing your potential capital gains tax liability.  Your gift and the gifts of other donors like you will help to launch programs with nationally recognized speakers showcased in the Gallery and theatrical and celebratory events in the rejuvenated Willard Library Park. Please make your gift to the Willard Library Foundation by visiting our secure website at: https://www.willard.lib.in.us/support_the_library/give_online.phpWith sincere thanks,                                                                                                      Ward Peyronnin, President                                                                                              Willard Library Foundationcenter_img Willard Library FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

OCHS Seniors Create Custom Bikes to Help Fight Poverty

first_imgOcean City High School seniors, Korey Greene and Nick Oteri, are taking the bike industry by storm with their company Frankencycles. The two innovative entrepreneurs are using discarded bike frames, that were headed to landfills, and upcycling them into creative unique tall bikes.Korey Greene is the CEO and Designer. He is a self-taught welder and does all the chopping, sanding and stacking to make each custom bike come to life. With an interest in making the world a greener place and an ambition to achieve a degree in Electrical & Aerospace Engineering, Greene works tirelessly to ensure that his customers are satisfied with his newest creations.Nick Oteri is the CFO and Marketing Director. He uses his wide variety of contacts to keep a valuable supply of scrapped bikes ready to be made into masterpieces. Oteri has also used branding knowledge to produce Frankencycles apparel including t-shirts and coach jackets which they use to give back to the community. A portion of their apparel sales goes to the Robin Hood Foundation which helps fight poverty in New York City.Oteri has had the opportunity to be mentored by a Wall Street entrepreneur for over two years and was able to attend the JP Morgan Robin Hood NYC Investors Conference with him. At this conference, Oteri represented Frankencycles and presented the foundation with their $100.00 donation.Even though it might seem nerve-wracking to ride on one of these tall attention-commanding bikes, the duo promises cruising around is easier than it looks. They ensure the only instructions are to relax and enjoy the view these bikes provide.With Korey Greene and Nick Oteri at the helm of this cutting-edge business, the sky is the limit for Frankencycles.  Interested in learning more? Like and /or Follow them on Facebook: @Frankencycleslast_img read more

Subway to appeal VAT decision

first_imgSubway looks set to take the VAT fight over its toasted sandwiches to the Court of Appeal, it has been reported.The sandwich retailer has been campaigning against the decision by the government, last year, to impose 20% tax on ‘hot food’, as it believes its toasted sub-style sandwiches do not fall under this criteria.In October 2012, British Baker reported that a tribunal had ruled against the move to exempt the food-to-go sandwich firm’s ‘toasted’ sandwiches and similar products sold by bakery retailers from the 20% tax.It is now believed that Subway has won the right to appeal that decision.Last year, Dipak Jotangia, partner at Dass Solicitors, who has been representing Subway for the case, told British Baker: “We are currently considering advice with a view to appealing the judgment. We believe the judge has failed to understand, among other things, the application of a fundamental principle of European law. Any appeal would be to the Court of Appeal and it may well be that the question(s) of fundamental European law may need to be referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union.“Subway is determined to fight the unfairness that it and many other businesses are facing. One of the key issues at the heart of the case is the purpose test, which has led to the unequal treatment of such products. Subway is aware of the repercussions of this case, not only for itself but for many other firms in the food retail and baking industry.”It is thought that up to £1 billion in tax revenues could be at stake, if Subway is successful with its appeal.last_img read more

NWS Wilmington office offering several Storm Spotter classes

first_imgClasses are free and open to the public, but some may require advanced registration. You do not need to be a resident of the county in which a talk is being held in order to attend. Each class lasts about 1.5 to 2 hours and is led by a National Weather Service meteorologist who will discuss techniques and safety for severe weather spotting. Once you attend a class, you are an officially trained spotter and can report severe weather to your NWS office. Click here for a link to all classes offered for Spotter Training.last_img

Broward Board Wants All Students on Campus at Least Twice Weekly

first_imgMorris hopes the district re-open schools “and scrap distance learning. You failed my children.”Several board members agreed with the need for better online offerings.“I don’t think it can be a free-for-all where in many cases, kids were on their own,” Board member Laurie Rich Levinson said. “It’s important our kids be educated every single day.”School district officials offered several options for reducing the number of students and promoting social distancing.However, board members now believe the best option is for all students to attend at least two days a week.One option would have some students attend Mondays and Tuesdays, and others on Thursday and Friday, with cleaning and disinfecting occurring on Wednesday.Other School Board members believe schools should be open to students every day, with cleaning and disinfecting taking place on nights and weekends.On the other hand, board member Donna Korn suggests a compromise in which schools could be open a half-day to students Wednesday, with the other half to be used for cleaning and teacher planning and professional development.School district officials plan to further discuss the options throughout the summer. The plans could also depend on how severe the coronavirus is in Broward County at the beginning of the school year.UPDATED: School Systems Consider Twice-a-Week School, Other Options for Fall Students in Broward would return to campus two to three days a week this fall, with improved at-home education offered on the remaining days, according to a proposal that School Board members outlined this week.The plan, is under development, attempts to balance the preferences of parents and students.All of the board members said they wanted students on campus as much, and as safely as possible, when the school year starts Aug. 19.However, parents and students are divided on the matter. A recent survey found that a third of parents and students prefer a full-time return to school, while another third want a hybrid online and in-person experience. A quarter of them want education to stay online, and the rest were unsure.Many parents and students have criticized the online instruction that was offered during the spring, as lockdowns went into effect due to the pandemic.They said teachers put course materials and assignments online and often did not cover the material or have contact with students.“Your lack of assigning appropriate teachers to provide online instruction is negligence,” Parkland parent Tammy Morris told the School Board. “I am now spending the summer teaching my children the appropriate math and English lessons they did not receive. I am not a teacher; I am a mother.”last_img read more