Photographs Save this picture!© Estúdio MRGB+ 29 Share Manufacturers: Talentus EsquadriasCollaborators:Bruno Ribas, Ana Orefice, Rodolfo MarquesEngineering:Spasso EngenhariaPrincipal Engineer:Márcio HumbertoCity:Padre BernardoCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Estúdio MRGBRecommended ProductsDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsText description provided by the architects. The house ER is situated 70km northwest of Brasília. It dates from 2008, at the time we were contacted to make a beautiful property in the country. The challenge that we accepted in a heartbeat. After eight years we received one unexpected news. We were informed that finally the house will be built. Obviously some modification were needed, but without prejudice to the original conception of the house. They actually contribute significantly to the design.Save this picture!© Estúdio MRGBSave this picture!IsometricSave this picture!© Estúdio MRGBPlaced in a strategic site, the house ER is situated in the highest place of the property and pointed for the contemplation of the valley that composes the unique landscape of the region. The design is simple. A pavilion of reduced spaces 250 m2 in total. The program is designed in linear shape that is accommodate between heavy stone walls, two bedrooms, one bathroom, living room/dining room, kitchen and open service area. This part of the program is under the ceramic roof witch configures the horizontal planes of the house in opposition to the vertical ones on the stone walls. The garage, under a concrete roof and the service area under a concrete pergola, they are located in the two extremities of the house and are self-contained by another two stone walls.Save this picture!© Estúdio MRGBSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Estúdio MRGBThe openings established by the doors and windows follow the same principle based on a composition of planes, that give unit to the house. They were carefully placed so the viewers could grant a harmonic rhythm, characterized by the open and closed planes of the same size that define the façade and its austerity to the architectonic expression of the house. It’s worth to mention that the windows placed along the lengthwise of the house, placed in the same position but on opposite sides to ensure the constant ventilation and thermic comfort to the house interior. They have double packing. The first in glass and aluminum frames, the second by the pantograph wood frames that make full-time ventilation possible and privacy when needed. They open to the exuberant landscape and embraced by the wood deck that allow an extension of the house itself into an external balcony protected by the ceramic roof.Save this picture!© Estúdio MRGBThe materials were defined by the stone, wood, concrete and ceramic roof tiles. Rustic materials to give the house the perfect consonance to it site. “…A house in a country site, in the landscape of the cerrado.”Save this picture!© Estúdio MRGBProject gallerySee allShow lessZA Unveils Proposal for Memorial Museum to Czech MartyrArchitecture NewsWatch: How to Build a Primitive HutArchitecture News Share Year: House ER / Estúdio MRGBSave this projectSaveHouse ER / Estúdio MRGB Projects Area: 250 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/792666/house-er-estudio-mrgb Clipboard CopyHouses•Padre Bernardo, Brazil House ER / Estúdio MRGB 2016 ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/792666/house-er-estudio-mrgb Clipboard Brazil Photographs: Estúdio MRGB Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Architects: Estúdio MRGB Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” “COPY” CopyAbout this officeEstúdio MRGBOfficeFollowProductsWoodStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPadre BernardoBrazilPublished on August 04, 2016Cite: “House ER / Estúdio MRGB” [Casa ER / Estúdio MRGB] 04 Aug 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Dead & Company‘s summer tour kicks off this Saturday, May 27th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. As they prepare to hit the road, the band has been treating us to a series of pro-shot videos from last year’s tour to stoke our already-sizable excitement.Dead & Company Is Planning To “Let Oteil Sing” Lead This SummerToday, Dead & Co shared their latest official live video selection: “China Cat Sunflower” from their July 3, 2016 performance at Boulder’s Folson Field, where the band will play a pair of shows this June (6/9, 6/10). You can check out the full performance below, via the band’s YouTube page:Following their Las Vegas opener, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, John Mayer, Jeff Chimenti, and Oteil Burbridge will play Phoenix’s Ak-Chin Pavilion on May 28th before heading to California for a pair of two-night runs at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View. For a full list of dates on the upcoming Dead & Company tour, or to purchase tickets or travel packages, head to the band’s website.[Cover photo via Dave Vann]You can also check out the other Dead & Company pre-shows and post-shows presented by Boulder Theatre and Fox Theatre here, which will also see performances by Nahko and Medicine for the People w/ Midnight North, Easy Star All-Stars (performing “Radiodread”), The Marcus King Band, Tom Hamilton’s American Babies, White Denim, Circles Around The Sun, Shakedown Street, Dopapod, and Hudson (featuring Jack DeJohnette, Larry Grenadier, John Medeski, and John Scofield).Enter To Win Tickets To Boulder Dead & Company Pre- And Post-Parties Below!
There is still time to get your cutout before the Bearcats start conference play on December 19. For more information, click here. “A picture is worth a thousand words,” Putnam said. “The players can’t see us in the stands rooting for them but they can see us in spirit. We’re there.” “I was a little sad that I couldn’t come and watch the game,” Putnam said. “I watched the women on TV the other night.” “I had several calls after the board meeting and when they started to do it, they were really excited about it,” Putnam said. This will be the first time since the Events Center opened that season ticket holder Jerry Putnam won’t be cheering on the Bearcats in person. Putnam says he thinks the cutouts are a great way to support the student athletes. Putnam says after it was announced many season ticket holders were excited to participate. In November, the department announced Bearcat fans were able to purchase a cutout of themselves to sit in the stands at the men’s and women’s basketball games. The athletic department says so far there are 175 cutouts of alumni, students and season ticket holders. “This community has been great to support a lot of different things,” Putnam said. “They support athletics. They support these students athletes.” VESTAL (WBNG) — With no fans allowed at games, the Binghamton University Athletic Department is giving them a unique experience this season. During a board meeting and with a suggestion from Putnam, the athletic department decided to do something to bring their fans to the games.
Florida is joining 29 other states that are part of an electronic network which is intended to maintain the integrity of voter rolls.According to elections officials, the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) could potentially help local election officials verify existing registration records and detect duplicate registrations to avoid issues at the polls.In making the announcement Wednesday, Governor Ron DeSantis said that he expects our state to join the program before the 2020 election.He also estimated that between 4 million to 5 million Floridians are not registered to vote. However, DeSantis emphasized that our state would be conducting outreach to register new voters only because it is an ERIC requirement, adding, “People spend big money trying to get voters registered. If it was just as easy to send them a postcard in the mail and fill it out, well, that would make it much easier. And typically you’ve [actually] got to do more outreach than that.”Florida, which currently has more than 13.4 million registered voters, would be the largest member of ERIC.The state’s entry to the program follows the release earlier this year of the Mueller Report, which alleged that Russians hacked electronic voter registration records in two Florida counties ahead of the 2016 election.
“The developers plan to create a place for locals, workers and community members to enjoy,” said Sarah Giberson, FMERA senior marketing development officer. “We’re looking to attract a new wave of tech innovators, creative thinkers and engaged citizens to Fort Monmouth. Access to culture, specialty food and drink and quality outdoor space are all a part of the equation.” In Other FMERA News At the March 20 monthly meeting of the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA), voting members approved a plan amendment that will allow The Loft Brewery, still under renovation, to add 5,900 additional square feet, increasing its capital investment in the redevelopment project from $1.5 million to $4.6 million. “It’s going to be pretty nice,” Robert Lucky, FMERA chairman told the board, adding he had seen an “impressive” video that should be released to the public soon. “Anyone looking to have a party, wedding, bar mitzvah or business meeting in a rustic industrial space would have to travel to the Foundry in Brooklyn or the Cork Factory in (Lancaster) Pennsylvania, a two hour ride,” he said. “Now they will have a space in Monmouth County. We believe if we build it they will come!” Purchase of the 16,420-square-foot building on 4.2 acres by Regional Development Group, LLC (RDG) began in 2016 and closed in April 2018. RDG paid $120,000 “as is” for the 1940s-era Dance Hall, heavily damaged in Super Storm Sandy. Following approvals by FMERA and Oceanport officials, work got underway to save much of the historic structure’s ambiance while modernizing it into a microbrewery, restaurant and entertainment complex. The interior features an open floor plan with an exposed wood truss ceiling. OCEANPORT – The new multi-use microbrewery coming to Fort Monmouth’s former Dance Hall has cleared the first hurdle to expanding its original size and space plan. Management is required to create 48 permanent, full-time jobs within 18 months of occupancy or pay a penalty. Brooks said bookings for events during 2020 will commence soon. • Monmouth County Freeholder Lillian Burry, the county’s FMERA representative, has been nominated by FMERA members to receive the national 2019 John Lynch Base Redevelopment award. The award, bestowed by the Association of Defense Communities, recognizes individuals, “who have been essential in ensuring that a community or local redevelopment authority has helped address specific economic needs following base realignment or closure.” • A Request for Offers to Purchase has been reissued for the fort’s Expo Theater, an 18,833-square-foot entertainment facility on 7 acres with a 995-seat auditorium built in 1968 along the Avenue of Memories (Route 537). Originally intended primarily for theater use, the new purchase parameters now “provide greater flexibility in the property’s redevelopment.” Retail, restaurant and/or office uses would now be permitted in addition to entertainment. The initial RFOTP drew two responses. One was noncompliant and the other was withdrawn. • Following the recent FMERA-sponsored fort bus tour for Oceanport residents, officials said additional tours will be announced soon for residents of Eatontown and Tinton Falls. A new LLC, The Loft Partnership, was created by RDG specifically for this project. Brooks said increasing the size and scope of the project addresses an area need. By Laura D.C. Kolnoski Last year, Fuller “Trip” Brooks, co-founder of RDG,told The Two River Times,“Most of the roof disappearedand needs to be rebuilt.” The expanded plan includes a new front entrance and lobby and larger kitchen and offices. An additional courtyard will be added, along with all-season outdoor space. Approval of the changes by Oceanport officials is the next step. While a microbrewery was not originally envisioned in redevelopment plans for the parcel, officials now point to it as an example of their willingness to consider viable, alternative, “outside-the-box” proposals. • Forty-four pages of public commentsregarding KKF University EnterprisesLLC’s Phase One plans to redevelopSquier Hall into a location of New JerseyCity University (NJCU) are under reviewby FMERA staff. Officials said they willrespond to all comments and address thematter at their next meeting April 17. A design concept shows the mezzanine overlooking the dining area.Courtesy Regional Development Group • Burry is credited with securing several fort parcels for county use, including a recreation complex, new satellite Veteran’s Services Office, and the former Motor Pool, now a second strategic location for Monmouth County Public Works and its emergency equipment. She has also been involved in historic and open space preservation at the fort. Award recipients will be announced before the official June ceremony in Washington, DC.