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Kado Karim Apartment Complex / SZK UN PARTNERI

first_img Year:  Latvia Photographs “COPY” 2015 CopyApartments•Jūrmala, Latvia Save this picture!© Gatis Rozenfelds+ 15 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/782356/kado-karim-apartment-complex-szk-un-partneri Clipboard Kado Karim Apartment Complex / SZK UN PARTNERI Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/782356/kado-karim-apartment-complex-szk-un-partneri Clipboard “COPY” Area:  5352 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Architects: SZK UN PARTNERI Area Area of this architecture project Photographs:  Gatis Rozenfelds, Indriķis StūrmanisDesign Team:Pēteris Kļava, Ivars BrediksInterior Design Team:Karim Rashid, Mareks BirznieksStructural Engineer:Gatis VilksProject Developer:Dzintaru ParksMain Contractors:Skonto BūveArchitect In Charge:Andis SīlisCity:JūrmalaCountry:LatviaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Indriķis StūrmanisRecommended ProductsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapWoodBruagBalcony BalustradesMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingText description provided by the architects. Kado Karim represents a popular building type model still relatively new for Latvia – a condominium or co-ownership of service similar to the hotel, however, it is a private estate providing concierge and daily household service.Save this picture!© Indriķis StūrmanisKado Karim apartment complex consists of three freestanding buildings which is appropriate solution for Jurmala context and local mentality, simultaneously creating a harmonious impression of Baltic States architecture. Kado Karim is located close to the Baltic Sea, Dzintari Concert Hall and Dzintari Forest Park. The three buildings – Maison de Karim, Maison de Mer and Maison de Parc – are combined with recessed courtyard entrance to common lobby and underground parking for 47 cars.Save this picture!© Indriķis StūrmanisThere are 14 apartments with 3 to 4 bedrooms and 7 two-level penthouses with an area of 200 – 240 sqm. The ground floor apartment owners has access to garden terraces, other residents have balconies, but the penthouse owners – the roof terrace. Communal areas includes a lobby and a cigar room.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanThe flowing spatial forms are inspired from the seaside experience – sea smoothed pebble or piece of wood. Sea wave motifs can be observed in the courtyard paving and white exterior finish has as an associations with sunlit resort life.Save this picture!© Indriķis StūrmanisThe extraordinary flowing volume forms creates a new harmonious spatial experience through panoramic windows or roof terraces merging with the surrounding nature. At the same time regular shapes of the bedrooms maintain psychologic ergonomics and proportions. Irregular buildings are designed so that the opposing views do not interfere with the neighbours and maintains privacy.Save this picture!Third Floor PlanThe bright white curved façade finish is made of AI profile frame and Sto Ventec plaster bearing venting panels, seams capped with organic Stolit MP. Exterior paint StoColor Lotusan G has been enhanced with technology which helps to maintain the purity of white colour in the long term.Save this picture!© Indriķis StūrmanisThe technical solutions includes gas heating, ventilation and air recuperation, forced ventilation in the garage, electricity generator, crystal clear artesian bore water, integrated Smart City technology that allows for each owner to adjust technical values remotely with a mobile phone; and a home flavour “Himalaya” specially developed in France for Kado Karim building complex.Save this picture!SectionKarim Rashid is responsible for Maison de Karim interior project, where everything, including the walls are created in curved line aesthetics. In addition interior projects are also created by SZK UN PARTNERI, Mareks Birznieks, Karina and Ulvis Ābiķi (Neoklasika), offering more traditional and orthogonal solutions.Project gallerySee allShow lessDe Resident / architectenbureau cepezed + HofmanDujardinSelected ProjectsWaratah Bay House / Hayne Wadley ArchitectureSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Ikšķiles iela 4, Jūrmala, LV-2015, LatviaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Apartments Kado Karim Apartment Complex / SZK UN PARTNERISave this projectSaveKado Karim Apartment Complex / SZK UN PARTNERI CopyAbout this officeSZK UN PARTNERIOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsJūrmalaJurmalaLatviaPublished on February 22, 2016Cite: “Kado Karim Apartment Complex / SZK UN PARTNERI” 22 Feb 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Phish Goes Heavy With Bust Outs On Freaky Friday In Las Vegas [Photos/Videos]

first_imgLoad remaining images Phish started the weekend off right during Friday night’s performance at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. With 50% of their 4-night run complete, the band showed up with a slew of covers and introduced a special guest during the over-the-top encore.“Cavern” kicked off the festivities and for the second night in a row, the opening tune contained lyrics referencing the moments “before the dawn” for those that explore the extracurriculars in Sin City. “Beauty of My Dreams” came out of nowhere and delivered a cheerful bluegrass vibe to a city in the middle of nowhere. Not played since the 2016 Halloween run in the same venue, the Del McCoury Band cover was dusted off with perfection. The last time “If I Could” was placed in the first act was 7/8/2012 at Saratoga Performing Arts Center. This delightful ditty from 1994’s Hoist was given a brief and beautiful extension thanks to Anastasio’s soft solo and Mike Gordon’s soulful interplay.Keeping the rarities coming, Gordon hopped on lead vocals for “Weigh,” one of the strangest songs in his catalog. After a conglomeration of bust outs that, on paper, looked like a casino buffet of sound, the familiar “Sand” delivered the first danceable tune of the noteworthy show. Jon Fishman laid down a strong foundation by way of percussion as Anastasio delivered fuzzed-out funk that morphed into a ferocious solo. Playing like a man possessed, he took the arena on a joyride with his stellar playing as the other members worked around him and marveled at their fearless leader. “Back on the Train” warmed up McConnell’s Hohner Clavinet as the guitarist experimented with his various pedal effects during this Farmhouse favorite groove.“Martian Monster” holds a special place in the MGM Grand Garden Arena and has been given special treatment during each Halloween run since the 2014 debut. Chris Kuroda used his magical lights to give an eerie alien abduction effect as they hovered above the crowd. While “Your trip is short” may soon be replaced by “Faceplant into rock” samples, costume connoisseurs will never forget the wild “Chilling, Thrilling” set for the past.“Mercury” has taken many forms in its short-lived existence and has served as one of the highlights of 2018. Friday night in Nevada might have been the most glowing version yet. Finding a deep and dark pocket, Gordon complimented the Type II jam nicely as Anastasio led the crowd on an unexpected voyage of discovery. Just as it sounded like “Mercury” would be reduced to nothing, a second extended jam section was patiently built up and delivered with confidence. McConnell put his organ to good use and Gordon layered a meaty effect onto his trusty bass. This euphoric, 25-minute (#mustrelisten) take on one of their newest jam vehicles left the rambunctious crowd stunned. In order to snap them back into reality, a straight-forward “Suzy Greenberg” was played as the set closer to a grateful audience.The no-filler, six-song second set was initiated by “Soul Planet”. Piling thick and goopy effects on the guitar, Anastasio came out of the gates ready to throw more jet fuel on Friday night’s fire. Phish’s many critics can talk trash about the Partridge Family-esque lyrics, but the insane improvisation that have blossomed out of this jam vehicle should keep all the haters in their parents’ basements. Cool and collected, Trey had a field day around Fishman’s determined beat as McConnell sat back and smiled on the grand piano. A thrilling ending to “Soul Planet” opened up the floodgates for a “Down with Disease” in its comfortable early second set position.Gordon slathered a thick groove on the early Type II tranquil jam that would eventually lead to extended “Oye Como Va” teases by Anastasio who continued to crush Friday night. After a happy-go-lucky “Disease” started leaning toward the dark side, the band rapidly switched gears by introducing “Guyute”. While not as rare as the first set bust-outs, the ugly pig has only been seen three times since the 2014 Halloween run under the same roof. The nightmarish “Bouncing like a newborn elf” section is always a fantastic way to spook out the ghoulish crowd.If anyone is looking for some modern cow-funkery, look no further than the tight “Sneakin’ Sally through the Alley” which found Gordon putting on a bass-clinic and McConnell rocking the Clavinet like a mad scientist. The “Light” that ensued presented a locked-in band bringing back that joyful vibe found in the “DWD” from earlier in the set. Rock-star Trey reached yet another peak before descending into a choppy dark place with help from McConnell’s otherworldly synth sounds. Before exploring anything deeper, “Slave to the Traffic Light” was presented as the shiny and bright set closer.The final bust-out of the wild show was found in the encore. Anastasio hopped behind the drum kit while Fishman–toting his favorite home cleaning appliance–was introduced as Bob Weaver as the enthused crowd put their “faceplant-into-rock” hands together. Syd Barrett’s “Bike” was more or less sung by Fishman (complete with a quality vacuum solo) before he thanked the crowd and commented on having the best job in the world. Before returning to the kit, Anastasio begged Fishman’s alter ego to “Twerk for the people” which he unapologetically did. The hilarious display of idiocracy led to an old-school “Good Times, Bad Times” to close out an exceptional event.Don’t miss the act Bob Weaver calls “The funnest band in the world” during their Fall Tour 2018 finale in Las Vegas!“Cavern”[Video: Phish]“Soul Planet”[Video: Phish]“Hold Your Head Up” > “Bike” > “Hold Your Head Up”[Video: Andrew O’Brien]Below, you can view an incredible gallery of photos from the show courtesy of Phierce Photo by Keith Griner.Setlist: Phish | MGM Grand Garden Arena | Las Vegas, NV | 11/2/18SET 1: Cavern, Beauty of My Dreams, If I Could, Weigh, Sand, Back on the Train, Martian Monster, Mercury > Suzy GreenbergSET 2: Soul Planet > Down with Disease[1] > Guyute, Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley > Light > Slave to the Traffic LightENCORE: Hold Your Head Up > Bike > Hold Your Head Up, Good Times Bad Times[1] Unfinished.Phish | MGM Grand Garden Arena | Las Vegas, NV | 11/2/18 | Photos: Phierce Photo by Keith Griner Photo: Keith Grinerlast_img read more

O’Neal hosting SHAQ Bowl on Super Bowl Sunday

first_imgFans looking for pregame entertainment before the Super Bowl will have another option this year. Shaquille O’Neal will be holding the virtual SHAQ Bowl on Feb. 7. It’s one of the few official events since many parties that traditionally take place during Super Bowl week have been canceled due to the pandemic. The three-hour special will feature Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow, actor Anthony Anderson and musicians Nelly, Quavo and Diplo. It begins at 3 p.m. ET and will be available on Facebook, SHAQBowl.com, YouTube, Twitch, TikTok and Twitter.last_img read more


first_img A Peruvian Soldier peers from a hole in the ground outside the home of the Japanese ambassador in Lima, Peru, on April 23, 1997. The previous day, Peruvian troops stormed the residence and ended a four-month hostage crisis, freeing 72 captives of the rebel group Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA). Soldiers used tunnels to approach the residence and surprise insurgents. Operation Chavín de Huántar was to last four minutes, but it took more than 40, according to one of the officers who led the operation. By Dialogo January 01, 2013last_img read more

Short-termist investment ‘yesterday’s game’ – Tomorrow’s Company

first_img“They are the guardians of workers’ capital, a phrase that rightly highlights the nature of the assets under their stewardship,” she said.Mervyn E King, a former South African Supreme Court judge and chairman of the eponymous King Committee on Corporate Governance, said trustees needed to weigh up a number of factors before committing to investments.He said short-termist investment should be considered “yesterday’s game”.“Does the company have a supply-chain code of conduct, and is it being monitored?” he asked. “Factors other than purely financial ones have to be included in the trustee’s investment analysis.”The report provides trustee boards with a range of resources to take to their asset managers, and other suppliers, to ensure long-term value is achieved.It also recommends trustee boards be given ‘comply or explain’ requirements on the mandates they set with regard to long-term value.Speaking before the event, chief executive of Tomorrow’s Company, Tony Manwaring, told IPE the motive for the report was to address the incorrect presumption by many that trustees find long-term investing complex.In the report, he called for trustees to ensure that the concepts in Tomorrow’s Value are embedded and reflected in their mandates.The report also said trustees needed to balance both short and long-term considerations, with all investments being affordable and providing payment certainty.Trustees should also be good stewards and support companies that create long-term value, while avoiding the ‘picking winners’ mentality, it added.The report called for a new, and integrated, view of value, which is intergenerational, accounts for ESG and is both financial and non-financial.“The short-term economic view of value, sustainability, and a responsible approach to investment all too often sit in a separate universe,” it said.It also advised trustees on how to improve their investment chain and remove the systemic pressures they face from suppliers in focusing on short-termism.The guide will provide trustees with a template letter for boards to engage with their investment suppliers, regarding moving towards more long-term value investing.In addition, it gives trustees template agenda planning tools, allowing for meetings to be focused around long-term value investments.Fellow endorsees include Keith Ambachtsheer from the International Centre for Pension Management, Catherine Howarth from campaign group ShareAction and several leading academics.,WebsitesWe are not responsible for the content of external sitesLink to ‘Tomorrow’s Value’ report Tomorrow’s Company, a global think tank based in London, has published a report aimed at helping pension scheme trustees achieve long-term, and sustainable, value from their investments.The report, called ‘Tomorrow’s Value: Achieving long-term financial returns’, was launched yesterday evening and endorsed by leading figures from both the pensions and the wider financial world – including the UN-backed Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).Fiona Reynolds, managing director of the PRI, said the report would offer trustees “practical guidance on how to best deliver long-term financial value”.She added that she hoped trustees would engage with the think tank’s work.last_img read more

Death toll rises locally from COVID-19

first_imgStatewide — The Indiana State Department of Health has reported that 884 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Tuesday. A total of 75,862 Indiana residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. To date, 861,655 individual tests have been reported to ISDH at an 8.8% positive rate and 25 new deaths were reported for a total of 2,863 Hoosiers deaths.Locally, Dearborn County has a total of 512 cases and 28 deaths reported (up 4 new cases), Decatur County has a total of 341 positive cases and 32 deaths (up 4 new cases), Franklin County has 246 positive cases and 15 deaths (up 4 new cases and 1 new death), and Ripley County has 213 positive cases and 8 deaths (up 5 new cases and 1 new death). This is an increase of 17 new positive cases and 2 new deaths locally.last_img read more

Olympia Food Co-op Talks Eating Healthy in the New Year

first_imgFacebook85Tweet0Pin0Submitted by the Olympia Food Co-op Deli CollectivePaul Seimer eats at the Olympia Food Co-op soup and salad bar as often as possible. “I see it as daily medicine, my own healthcare plan that is sane, easy, fun and delicious,” says Seimer.  “I love the diversity of the selections, different every day. And I love, love how each item seems to always be made of the absolute best ingredients. The passion of the cooks is clear as day!”Mixing up some red bell peppers, jalapeño, lime & lacinato kale for a delicious, spicy black bean salad. Photo courtesy: Members of the Olympia Food Co-op Deli CollectiveMany of us have had the experience of eating carrots on a salad bars that you can tell were shredded weeks ago and poured from a bag.  The carrots you are munching from the Olympia Food Co-op salad bar were likely delivered from a farm 20 miles away and shredded in our kitchen that morning.  We make soups, salads and pickled vegetables daily, featuring freshly chopped, organic and often locally grown vegetables. Many delight in our homemade garlic-tahini, avocado-cilantro and honey-mustard salad dressings. We make a variety of vegetarian and meat sandwiches 6 days a week. You can even start your morning with organic, gluten-free oatmeal. Check the Olympia Food Co-op website for daily offerings.Charlie Beck and Charmaine Slaven are full time musicians and travel quite a bit between Seattle and Portland. “We love having the option to stop at the Eastside Olympia Food Co-op.  It’s conveniently located to the freeway, we can make a quick stop and get healthy food and beverages from the salad bar, soup counter, or deli cooler. There are also clean, safe bathrooms. We can stock up on quality produce or bulk goods if our home pantry is running low. Our PCC membership is honored. Thanks Oly Food Co-op!”The Olympia Food Co-op Deli Crew. Photo courtesy: Members of the Olympia Food Co-op Deli CollectiveThe Olympia Food Co-op Deli department is a collective inside a collective. We are all managers who care deeply about the quality of the food we serve. We order and receive produce directly from local vendors including OlyKraut, Wobbly Cart Farm, Calliope Farm, Piece by Piece Farm and Rising River Farm.We turn this produce into delicious and creative soups, sandwiches, salads and salad fixing. That’s why you will see an abundance of zucchini dishes midsummer, taste fresh crunchy fennel in your salads and have an array of colorful potato salads this time of year. Local carrots taste ultra sweet. We enjoy supporting the farmers who live, shop and work in our community and we like to bring you delicious, diverse, fresh and healthy dishes.Savory maple ham with gorgonzola, honeycrisp apples and caramelized red onions make a delicious topping on toast. Photo courtesy: Members of the Olympia Food Co-op Deli CollectiveCallie Jan Mills, medical assistant at Kaiser Permanente, comes to the Olympia Food Co-op salad and soup bar on her lunch breaks because it’s the only option she knows in the area for fresh, healthy, organic food. “I can make good choices about the food I put in my body, knowing it comes from local farmers, who I know and want to support. I like knowing where my food comes from and that it’s healthy, fresh and local.”For 40 years, the Olympia Food Co-op and our membership have supported local producers in our community. With low mark-ups for local products, every time a purchase is made from our stores, the vendor gets most of the sale. Everybody is welcome to shop. We have two locations, and both stores are open daily, 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.last_img read more