The House On The Roof / Rémy MARCIANO architecte

first_img Apartments Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Otis, Adobe, Decayeux, Francesconi Architectural Light, Pottery Pots, Trimble NEO Paysage France 2019 Architects: Rémy MARCIANO architecte Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily Projects CopyAbout this officeRémy MARCIANO architecteOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsBuildingsResidentialMarseilleOn FacebookFrancePublished on December 03, 2019Cite: “The House On The Roof / Rémy MARCIANO architecte” 03 Dec 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodSiding Façade SystemWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisPatinated Copper: Nordic Green/Blue/Turquoise/SpecialMetal PanelsDri-DesignMetal Panels – CopperIn architectureSikaBuilding Envelope SystemsExterior DeckingLunawoodThermowood DeckingMembranesEffisusFaçade Protection – Breather+Metal PanelsPure + FreeFormCustom Metal Cladding – Legacy Fund 1 BuildingWood Boards / HPL PanelsInvestwoodWood Fiber Partition Walls – ValchromatDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile FILO 10 Vertical Pivot Door | BrezzaSkylightsFAKROEnergy-efficient roof window FTT ThermoToilets / BidetsBritexToilets – Accessible Centurion PanMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?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 CopyApartments, Residential•Marseille, France Area:  5300 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  The House On The Roof / Rémy MARCIANO architecte Photographs:  Florence Vesval Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project The House On The Roof / Rémy MARCIANO architecteSave this projectSaveThe House On The Roof / Rémy MARCIANO architecte “COPY” “COPY” Photographs Landscape: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/929347/the-house-on-the-roof-remy-marciano-architecte Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/929347/the-house-on-the-roof-remy-marciano-architecte Clipboard Clients:SOGEPROM SUD REALISATIONSEngineering:BET GARNIERConsultants:Jérôme SOLARI, QUALICONSULTCollaborators:Yannick Nobile architecteCity:MarseilleCountry:FranceMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Florence VesvalRecommended ProductsWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreWindowsSolarluxSliding Window – CeroText description provided by the architects. The house on the roof talks about scale, the human one of the inhabitant and his housing and those of his built environment. We tried to find coherence and a dialogue with the multiple scales and typologies present in the near context. This work on volumes allowed us to think about continuity with the surrounding context in a concern of accompaniment and transition scales involved.Save this picture!© Florence VesvalIt is on “Alexandre Dumas Avenue”, the passage of the urban buildings of the “Avenue de Mazargues” and the old factories to the individual pavilions of the avenue “Clot Bey”. This transition is supported by the building that assumes both scales: the more regular and urban, and that of the suburban, through the volumes of the last two levels treated as houses on the roof. In the interior, the facade is treated in the form of landscaped strata, through terraces gardens that will continue the landscape of the garden.Save this picture!© Florence VesvalSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Florence VesvalThis assumed will of tiered gardens will allow a softer and more harmonious relationship of the building to the equipment and its users and will strengthen the filter plant between the two parts. Each home has generous outdoor spaces, filtered through games of metallic clothing making a shadow and an intimate space as an outdoor living room. The roofs of the building are inhabited like houses by large terraces planted.Save this picture!© Florence VesvalSave this picture!Section ASave this picture!© Florence VesvalProject gallerySee allShow lessGrøndalsvængets School / JJW ArkitekterSelected ProjectsPublic Spaces: ArchDaily’s Best Articles on the TopicArticlesProject locationAddress:Marseille, FranceLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Save this picture!© Florence Vesval+ 17Curated by Paula Pintos Sharelast_img read more

Dubrovnik attracts guests with various discounts and benefits

first_imgAccording to the eVisitor tourist check-in and check-out system, there were 12 overnight stays in Dubrovnik last weekend, from 15 to 4 June, and on 253 June, 13 tourists stayed in Dubrovnik, mostly from Croatia and Germany. The 10st Dubrovnik Summer Festival opens on July 71 A special promotional campaign of the City of Dubrovnik and the Tourist Board of the City of Dubrovnik began on June 15, which includes numerous discounts and benefits for all visitors to the city of Dubrovnik, and lasts until the end of June. With a big discount for the city walls and Lokrum Reserve, many hotels, private renters, travel agencies and restaurants offer their services at reduced prices and the City of Dubrovnik for one purchased, offers one free week Dubrovnik Card.   Free entrance for all visitors is offered by the Trsteno Arboretum, Lazareti, the Homeland War Museum and the Dubrovnik Museums (Cultural and Historical Museum in the Rector’s Palace, Maritime Museum in the Fortress of St. John, Ethnographic Museum in the Rupa granary, exhibitions of the Archaeological Museum in the Revelin Fortress), Dom Marina Držić and the Dubrovnik Art Gallery.  Also, Dubrovnik museums have new opening hours and the institutions will be open from 10:00 to 18:00 from Tuesday to Sunday. This year’s 71st Dubrovnik Summer Festival will be held from July 10 to August 25, as announced, but in a reduced format due to the current epidemiological COVID-19 measures in Croatia and the world and the financial consequences of the pandemic. The festival audience of all generations expects almost fifty drama, music, dance, folklore and other performances at more than ten stage and ambient locations in the city of Dubrovnik, according to a new program proposal approved today by the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.  Photo: Dubrovnik Tourist Board Currently, 14 hotels and a little more than fifty restaurants have been opened in the city, and yesterday, with the landing of the first flight of Air Baltic, with 96 passengers on a flight from Riga, international air traffic to Dubrovnik was re-established. See a list of all the benefits HERE During this period, 2070 overnight stays were realized in hotel accommodation, 1426 in private accommodation, while a smaller number of overnight stays were realized in other forms of accommodation, reports the Dubrovnik Tourist Board. last_img read more

UK roundup: The Pensions Regulator, Aon Hewitt, F&C Investments

first_imgThe Pensions Regulator has published research showing small defined benefit schemes endure charges per member almost six times higher than the largest schemes.Its research, conducted among 316 funds last Autumn, showed small schemes (12-99 members) faced average per member charges of £1,054 (€1,262) compared to £182 for schemes with over 5,000 members.There was also a notable reduction in average fees compared to small schemes and medium schemes (100-999 members), which paid £505 per member on average – half the charges paid by small schemes.The plurality of small scheme charges came from administration, accounting for 41%. Investment management accounted for 20% of costs. This compares to large schemes where 43% of the fees came from investment management, and 35% administration.Stephen Soper, the regulator’s interim chief executive said: “Our aim is to put the information out there in order to start a dialogue on costs and help trustees and employers assess whether they are receiving value for money.”Jon Hatchett, partner at Hymans Robertson added: “These costs act as a drag on scheme performance and need ultimately to be met by scheme sponsors.”“Even shaving total annual running costs by just 0.1% of assets would reduce the total liabilities to be met by FTSE 350 companies by around £10bn over the life of the schemes.”Elsewhere, consultancy Aon Hewitt has revealed research showing almost three quarters of defined contribution (DC) schemes will look to change their investment strategy in reaction to last month’s Budget.Some 73% said they would amend their investment strategy to offer a combination of cash and income at-retirement. This is to match the expected move away from annuitisation with some members drawing down their entire pot.A tenth said they would redesign their strategy to offer only a cash payment at retirement, and 17% to generate an income in retirement, however, not in the form of an annuity.“DC schemes should be prepared to offer their members more choices if they are really going to embrace the flexibility heralded by the Budget,” said Jan Burke, head of DC consulting at the firm.Finally, asset manager F&C Investments’ quarterly liability driven investment (LDI) survey has shown pension schemes increased hedging in the final quarter of 2013, as they moved inflation hedging to real rate hedging.The final quarter saw £20.5bn of liabilities hedged against inflation, and £20.6bn against interest rates. This represented a fall on the record levels of £30bn and £23.4bn respectively in Q3 2013, but still higher than all other quarters since 2009.The manager’s survey of investment bank derivative trades showed more outright nominal and real rate hedging, in contrast with switching between instruments. Hedge extensions during the quarter were executed using swaps rather than bonds.Alex Soulsby, head of LDI at F&C, said: “The decrease in hedging activity in the final quarter of 2013 was not surprising given the unusually high levels of index-linked gilt issuance in Q3 2013, which led to an explosion in hedging activity.“Some schemes had specifically targeted the large syndications in the prior quarter, causing both interest rate and inflation hedging activity to drop quarter on quarter.”last_img read more

Lambert turns down Villa move

first_img The Reds brought in Lambert, who travelled to the World Cup with England last year, for £4million from Southampton as they reshaped their squad following the sale of talisman Luis Suarez. He scored 14 times for Saints last season but has failed to replicate that form for Liverpool, scoring just three times this term, including one against Villa last month. His situation had led to speculation he could move in the winter transfer window and that was fuelled further by the successful return to action of Daniel Sturridge at the weekend after five months out. Manager Brendan Rodgers had indicated that he wanted the player to stay but the club do not appear to have stood in his way following Villa’s enquiry. The player’s decision to reject the move suggests that Lambert intends to remain and fight for a place along with the likes of Mario Balotelli and Fabio Borini. Villa’s interest in Lambert is understandable given their poor form in front of goal in the Barclays Premier League. Paul Lambert’s side have scored just 11 goals in 23 games. Villa, who are looking for a new forward to bolster their underperforming front line, are believed to have offered £5million for the England international. Lambert, 32, has struggled to make an impact since joining his boyhood club last summer but does not appear prepared to give up his Anfield career for Villa Park. Liverpool striker Rickie Lambert has turned down a move to Aston Villa, Press Association Sport understands.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Haitian President Says “It Would Be Irresponsible to Resign” Despite Protests

first_imgPORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, CMC – Embattled Haitian President, Jovenel Moise, says he has no plans of encouraging another 1986 incident: when then-president of Haiti Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier fled the country following opposition-led demonstrations against his administration.Moise, speaking for the first time publicly for nearly a week, said that it would be “irresponsible” on his part to step down in light of persistent demonstrations being staged by opposition parties for his removal from office amidst claims of corruption.“It would be irresponsible on my part for me to stand here today, to sign and submit a letter of resignation and say ‘I am leaving’ and leave the country like this and the system regenerates itself,” Moïse told an impromptu news conference on the grounds of the National Palace.The crisis in Haiti was triggered by the publication in January 2019 of a report on the Venezuela-funded PetroCaribe Oil initiative, under which Caracas provided oil and other petroleum products to Haiti under a preferential agreement.Moise has denied any wrongdoing and last week named former prime minister Evans Paul to head a team that would hold discussions with all stakeholders and on Tuesday reiterated a call for the all stakeholders to meet to discuss a way forward.“However long it takes, I am ready for dialogue. We don’t want to have another 1986,” he said, noting also that the economic situation in the country is also as a result of the failure to have his government ratified by the Parliament.“Parliament spent eight months refusing to give us a government,” said Moïse, who came to office in 2017.Moïse said Haiti is “worse off” than it was from 2004 to 2015, the years following the ouster of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.“You didn’t vote me to come fight with anyone. You voted me so that I could come fight against a system. It would be difficult for anyone who became president today to confront this system because it has the capacity to regenerate itself,” Moise said as he defended his term in office so far.But opposition leaders have immediately rejected Moïse’s bid for talks, saying his offer was “not credible” and called for more street protests.In a statement, the anti-corruption organization, Nou Pap Dòmi said Moise “must resign.“He has no credibility and has long lost our trust. Our position remains the same: A corrupt president can’t govern our nation.”Opposition leader André Michel said the latest statements by Moise lacked credibility.“Mr. Jovenel Moise does not have the moral authority to attack the guards of the exclusionary system that we are fighting today because his election campaign was betrothed by these people,” Michel said, adding that during the 2016 elections Moïse “had at his disposal more economic means than all the other candidates together”.last_img read more

World Cup coaches brace for ‘modern life’ of VAR

first_imgSochi, Russia | AFP | World Cup coaches expressed a quiet confidence on Wednesday about Video Assistant Referee technology ahead of its likely adoption for this year’s showpiece event in Russia.Representatives from the 32 teams to have qualified for the World Cup gathered in the Black Sea resort of Sochi for a briefing on how “modern life” was taking over the beautiful game.Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology is expected to be given the green light by the International Football Association Board (IFAB), when the body that determines the laws of the game meets on Saturday.VAR has been heavily promoted by world football’s governing body FIFA, despite its implementation this season in leading leagues such as the German Bundesliga and Italy’s Serie A not convincing everyone.Earlier this week, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said European football’s governing body would not introduce VAR in next season’s Champions League due to ongoing “confusion” surrounding its use.But coaches emerging from the Sochi meeting said they were ready to ring in the changes — even if the system had not ironed out all the kinks.“This is the new life. This is modern life,” said Iran head coach Carlos Queiroz.“It is obvious that football cannot go on with its eyes closed to the modern world.”– Referee mistakes –VAR can only be used when there is doubt surrounding any of four key game-changing situations: after a goal, penalty decisions, after a straight red card or in cases of mistaken identity.Two of the top complaints have involved VAR either being used too often and slowing down the game or — conversely — not being called on in decisive moments.One case in England — where VAR has been trialled in the FA Cup — saw the referee given a different picture from the one shown to confused fans on television.Some head coaches said Russia will be something of a test case about which it was premature to pass judgement. “It’s something to improve football, we suppose,” said Uruguay’s assistant coach Celso Otero.“I think VAR will be approved and then we will evaluate it.”Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr said FIFA’s refereeing department chief Massimo Busacca assured sceptics at Wednesday’s meeting that video replays produced fairer outcomes.Busacca said “it was very important for the referee to make less mistakes to have the video assistant,” Rohr told AFP.“VAR is coming to eliminate mistakes by the referee. It’s actually something that makes the game fair,” Saudi Arabia’s assistant coach Manuel Suarez agreed.England in particular have had famous run-ins with disputed goals at the World Cup.Diego Maradona’s “Hand of God” saw Argentina through in 1986 while Germans are still smarting about a goal that helped England win their only World Cup in 1966.Some coaches agreed that resorting to replays could result in match interruptions that break up a team’s rhythm and momentum.“It might slow down a little bit the play,” said Egypt assistant coach Jose Fantaguzzi.“But in general, the technology is very important for the time being.”Yet Fantaguzzi also admitted that his squad was a little bit anxious about how it will all turn out.“A little bit, but not that much,” Fantaguzzi said with a laugh. “We are just ready to follow the rules and prepare.”Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Stormy Daniels settles for 450K in strip club arrest lawsuit

first_imgPorn star Stormy Daniels is settling her lawsuit against the Ohio city of Columbus for more than 400-grand.The settlement comes more than a year after Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was charged with three misdemeanor counts of illegally touching a patron at the Sirens Gentlemen’s Club.The charges against Daniels were dropped 12 hours later.She then sued the city claiming her arrest was politically motivated.Daniels told WBNS-TV she was pleased with the outcome of the settlement, and that the lawsuit was never about the money.“It was the changes that were made in bringing awareness to how the law isn’t written fairly, and they targeted me and other women,” Daniels said. “I’m really proud of how the city of Columbus stepped up and took responsibility in actively making changes and holding those officers accountable.”Stormy Daniels is the woman at the center of the scandal that landed former Trump attorney Michael Cohen in jail. She is one of the two women who claimed to have received money in exchange for silence about an alleged affair with President Trump.Cohen is currently serving a three-year prison sentence for violating campaign finance laws and lying to Congress.In February, he told Congress that Trump instructed him to move illegally move campaign funds to pay off Daniels and Karen McDougal before the 2016 election.Trump has adamantly denied all of the allegations.last_img read more

Streeper takes first place at dog sled race in Wyoming

first_imgWYOMING, U.S.A – Streeper Kennels’ musher Lina Streeper took first place at the International Pedigree Stage Stop dog sled race in Wyoming at the beginning of February.The 330-mile race was run over seven legs across the State. Streeper and her team of sixteen dogs, four to six of which can be used as substitutes on a day to day basis, finished the race with a time 21 hours and 32 minutes.“The race runs in a new town every day,” said Streeper. “Once we are done our run we have to load up, feed the dogs [Racing Alaskan Huskies] and drive sometimes a couple of hours or sometimes longer than that to the next city.”- Advertisement -Her fellow musher from Streeper Kennels finished in second place for the seventh time overall and for the second consecutive year as the pair took home a total of $35,000 in reward money.“I grew up in Sweden and I’ve been mushing dogs in Sweden since I was a teenager,” added Streeper. “I came over to learn from my husband and father in law and decide to stay. Now I only go back to Sweden to visit.”With the winter season nearing its end, the Fort Nelson resident has races in Manitoba and two in Alaska to conclude the dog sledding season.Advertisementlast_img read more

Dynamo Kiev v Chelsea: Hazard back as one of three changes

first_imgEden Hazard returns to the Chelsea side for their Champions League clash in Kiev.Hazard, who was a substitute against Aston Villa on Saturday, is restored to the starting line-up along with Nemanja Matic.Kurt Zouma replaces the injured Branislav Ivanovic at right-back, with Cesar Azpilicueta reverting to left-back and Baba Rahman dropping to the bench.There is no place for Ruben Loftus-Cheek, though Bertrand Traore and Kenedy are among the substitutes.Chelsea: Begovic; Zouma, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta; Ramires, Matic; Willian, Fabregas, Hazard; Diego Costa.Subs: Blackman, Baba, Mikel, Oscar, Traore, Kenedy, Falcao.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

SA to build more science centres

first_img“We also value the role that science centres play in teacher empowerment and in training mathematics, science and technology teachers on the best ways to bring their subjects to life in the classroom. South Africa plans to increase the number of science centres in the country in order to help young people realise their full potential, Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor told the 6th Science Centre World Congress in Cape Town this week. “We are convinced that science centres are one of the most effective means available to help our youth reach their full potential in an informal learning environment,” she told delegates at the start of the 6th Science Centre World Congress at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Key areas of public investment Source: BuaNews The well-attended conference is being held under the theme “Science Across Cultures”. Set to run for the next four days, the summit will have many exhibitions and is bound to be propelled by robust debate and discussions. The Department of Science and Technology had created the South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement (SAASTA) to implement the policies of the department, and to carry out science awareness programmes of their own. She said the centres would be capable of developing “effective” outreach programmes, aimed at peri-urban and rural areas where they could offer “valuable services”. At the moment, South Africa has 26 science centres in eight provinces. Pandor said that there were five key areas of public investment in sciences in South Africa, including investments in space science and technology, biotechnology, building indigenous knowledge, and technology associated with climate change. 6 September 2011 “There is no doubt that a network of science centres would unleash the potential of millions of young African people, and promote science awareness on a continent that is rapidly embracing the digital age. She highlighted that South Africa was ready to share with other African governments and non-profit organisations “the experience that we have gained in putting together and implementing policies that promote science centre development in our region.” “Science centres can also play a major role in encouraging the youth to follow careers in science and technology, and to know which career path would suit them best,” she said.last_img read more