House in Red Concrete / Sanden+Hodnekvam Architects

first_img 2020 CopyHouses•Lillehammer, Norway Year:  House in Red Concrete / Sanden+Hodnekvam Architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/942396/house-in-red-concrete-sanden-plus-hodnekvam-architects Clipboard Norway ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/942396/house-in-red-concrete-sanden-plus-hodnekvam-architects Clipboard House in Red Concrete / Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsSave this projectSaveHouse in Red Concrete / Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsSave this picture!Courtesy of Sanden+Hodnekvam Architects+ 24Curated by Paula Pintos Share ohn Sanden, Ingvild Hodnekvam ArchDaily Area:  300 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Projects Lead Architects: “COPY” City:LillehammerCountry:NorwayMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsRecommended ProductsBlinds / Mosquito Nets / CurtainsBANDALUXConcealed Blind System – One-BoxWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsPorcelain StonewareApariciPorcelain Tiles – BuildText description provided by the architects. The red house is designed as a repetitive building kit of insulated concrete elements. The load-bearing elements are arranged independently of the inner walls, providing the clients with a generous house that can be adapted to changing needs. The rational construction made it possible for the clients to do large parts of the construction themselves.Save this picture!Courtesy of Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsHousing prices in Norway are high and there are few alternatives to the standardised housing market. As architects we wish to contribute to different forms of living; co-operative housing, self-built housing, intergenerational housing, and other home-sharing arrangements. In Lillehammer, we have a built project intended for a three-generation family. Due to a relatively large programme and a limited budget, the economy became an important factor. We needed to find solutions that were affordable and that would suit the intended use.Save this picture!Ground floor planThe topography at the site is steep, with a height difference of about 10m (32ft) within a 650 sqm site. A large part of the house is dug into the hillside in order to fit the programme to the compact site, and at the same time follow height regulations and maximise the view. The house is angled diagonally to the fall of the terrain in order to generate outdoor spaces of high quality on all sides and to access the view from all three floors.Save this picture!Floor plan level 2Based on the limited budget and with two facades partly underground, we chose prefabricated concrete elements like the exterior building material. All facades, both over- and underground are made insulated concrete (Cellcrete) with a 50mm outer layer in pigmented concrete. Iron oxide is added to the concrete mix to create a distinct red colour. The slabs are exposed in the ceiling to make the structure readable.Save this picture!Courtesy of Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsThe rational building system makes construction easier, permits simple detailing, and in turn a lower building cost. The visible joints between the prefabricated elements and the lines between the boards in the casting blend generates a characteristic pattern in the facades. Concrete elements are repeated in order to reuse the formwork for several elements. The repetitive system of separate elements enables the potential reuse of the building materials in the future.  Save this picture!AxoWood is often the chosen construction material in projects with high sustainability ambition. However, when we look back at historical buildings of high quality, they have often constructed in stone or concrete – hard and robust materials that are built to last. In the project at Lillehammer we wanted to investigate how to build a house that can absorb the evolution of use as a new hypothesis for a sustainable architecture. It is a house that is built to last by adaption or re-appropriation.Save this picture!Courtesy of Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsThe inner walls are independent of the load-bearing system, which means that the plan can be reconfigured. The house can easily be adapted to future residents or changing needs. The interior of the kitchen and living room is clad in knot-free pine, both on walls and in the ceiling. As for the rest of the house, the concrete slabs are exposed in the ceiling. The floors are covered with standard cement screed. Furniture in pine plywood is built on site.  Save this picture!Courtesy of Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsThe combination of a rational and repetitive building system and the substantial effort from the clients resulted in a very low building cost. Through their own efforts in the building period, the owners of the house have gained substantial knowledge about their own house and they feel strong ownership of both the process and the end result.Save this picture!Courtesy of Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsSave this picture!Courtesy of Sanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsProject gallerySee allShow lessRampa House / Estudio PKaSelected ProjectsLiyang Yangwan Visitor Center / Origin ArchitectSelected Projects Share Architects: Sanden+Hodnekvam Architects Area Area of this architecture project Houses CopyAbout this officeSanden+Hodnekvam ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLillehammerOn FacebookNorwayPublished on June 25, 2020Cite: “House in Red Concrete / Sanden+Hodnekvam Architects” 25 Jun 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Podcast: The power in knowing

first_img 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The right information is knowledge, says Ken Levey, vice president for Kaufman Hall. He focuses on the firm’s Axiom Financial Institutions Software products for credit unions and banks.Levey has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry with expertise in analytics, business intelligence, asset/liability management, funds transfer pricing, and enterprise performance management.He spends a lot of time talking about reporting and analytics with credit union leaders.“By enhancing the types of reporting and analytics produced, credit unions can learn to shape their business,” Levey tells the CUNA News Podcast. “There is power in knowing where the [revenue] comes from and what areas need improvement in the credit union.” continue reading »last_img read more

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Recruit Jordan to attend Orange Madness at Syracuse on Friday as part of official visit

first_imgOver the past five years, Syracuse has been a mecca for talented basketball players from Philadelphia.Head coach Jim Boeheim and assistant coach Mike Hopkins have lured a star-studded group to come play for the Orange, including Dion Waiters, Scoop Jardine and Rick Jackson.Philadelphia native Rysheed Jordan may be the next player to join that list. Jordan, a senior guard at Vaux Roberts High School, will attend Orange Madness at Syracuse on Friday night as part of his official visit to campus. Syracuse is one of seven schools on Jordan’s radar. He said Friday’s visit will help determine whether SU is the right school for him.Jordan’s list was originally at 11 schools, but he recently cut it down to seven: Alabama, Rutgers, St. Johns, Syracuse, Temple, UCLA and Xavier. He said attending Syracuse is definitely a possibility, largely because of the players from Philadelphia who have come before him.“Out of all the Philly players that went to Syracuse, a lot have gone on to play at the next level,” Jordan said. “I think Syracuse is like Philly. When I’ve talked to Philly players they’ve told me how great it is.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWatching Dion Waiters make the jump from a dependable role player to one of the most electrifying players in college basketball and the eventual No. 4 pick in the NBA draft was particularly appealing for Jordan.Syracuse’s style of play and the way the Orange gets up and down the floor are also selling points for Jordan. Playing in a 2-3 zone is not an issue for Jordan, who said he has great respect for Boeheim’s and Hopkins’ methods.Jordan, now the No. 16 point guard and No. 64 overall recruit in the country, according to ESPN, wasn’t always a star. He didn’t play AAU basketball until the ninth grade, which is much later than most players of his caliber.That’s when Philly Pride director Kamal Yard finally brought him aboard. Yard had watched Jordan play for more than four years on the playground and in recreational leagues, but couldn’t get him to join the Pride.In the ninth grade, that all changed.Yard made his case for why Jordan should play for the Pride yet again. This time, the message clicked with Jordan. Now that he was in high school and getting serious about basketball, he knew playing for the Pride would help take his game to the next level.“He’s the classic late bloomer at AAU,” Yard said. “He’s relatively new to the whole AAU thing, which actually is really good, because he’s not spoiled by the process.”Jordan’s first dominant game as a member of the Pride came during his sophomore season. The Pride traveled to Pittsburgh to play in a tournament. Yard wanted his team to get as much out of the experience as it possibly could, so he asked the tournament director to play Team Takeover, the No. 1 AAU team in the entire country.Yard pushed his team to “shoot for the big fish,” and he knew Jordan would do everything in his power to help his team win the game.Jordan was up for the challenge, dropping 30 points and keeping his outmatched team within striking distance for the majority of the game before Team Takeover pulled away.“Rysheed was unbelievable,” Yard said. “He was slashing and finishing over the top of those guys and making his teammates better. He was highly spirited and highly competitive. Defensively he was a thorn in the a**.”Yard said the game against Team Takeover helped elevate Jordan’s game immensely and put him in the national spotlight.“It was really like his coming-out party,” he said. “Everything mushroomed from there.”Two years later, Jordan’s game has continued to develop. FOXSportNext.com recruiting analyst Evan Daniels said Jordan excels at getting into the paint and finishing around the rim. He uses his size and strength to maneuver around defenders and convert at the basket.Both Daniels and ESPN recruiting analyst Dave Telep believe Jordan will be used as a combo guard in college and can help a team right away.Telep said Jordan has a lot of potential, but still has to improve certain elements of his game, such as his jump shot and passing ability.“He has innate physical ability to get into the paint,” Telep said. “I think the next step is adding some pace into his game, slowing down and being a game manager.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 10, 2012 at 2:54 am Contact Trevor: [email protected] | @TrevorHasslast_img read more

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