Nova Lima House / Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados

first_img Nova Lima House / Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/344131/nova-lima-house-denise-macedo-arquitetos-associados Clipboard Houses “COPY” Save this picture!© Gustavo Xavier+ 30 Share Architects: Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados Area Area of this architecture project Brazil Nova Lima House / Denise Macedo Arquitetos AssociadosSave this projectSaveNova Lima House / Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados CopyAbout this officeDenise Macedo Arquitetos AssociadosOfficeFollowProductSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesNova LimaBrazilPublished on March 14, 2013Cite: “Nova Lima House / Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados” [Casa Nova Lima / Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados] 14 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ArchDaily Copy•Nova Lima, Brazil “COPY” Projects Area:  1100 m²Save this picture!© Gustavo XavierRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreText description provided by the architects. The concept of this project started from the perception of huge tendency that this House would have as a space for CONTEMPLATION. Save this picture!© Gustavo XavierFirst the House would have the purpose of sheltering and expose a considerable collection of contemporary art, and second, outlined by valleys and blue mountains of Minas Gerais, the environment is surmounted by a rare and spectacular landscape, which should be brought indoors in all their environments, bedrooms, baths, living rooms, Office, and mainly, the kitchen, because the cuisine is also focus of interest of the owner. Save this picture!© Gustavo XavierTherefore the project should attend and harmonize two important needs: large area in brickwork walls for the exhibition of the arts, and facades with glass so that the external landscape could be seen in the House. Thus was created a gallery of 14 meters deep, and double height of 6 meters high, offering a display area of 190 square meters. Save this picture!© Gustavo Xavier The wall of the left side of this photo gallery 14metros has allowed the creation of a ramp with 28 meters long, promoting a movement and a walk surrounded by valuable works of art aimed at, and the extraordinary landscape external frameworks.  Save this picture!SectionThe choice of materials and finishes aimed at simplicity and plainness, characteristics important to the owner, couple seeking to avoid interference to the exhibition of works and architectural tracing, tracing this with prospects already very well demarcated by the apparent color of the metallic structure of iron ore, beside this region is a large mining site. To evade interference was chosen the burnt cement floor, and the white walls with special paint and cleaned, including baths and kitchen, do not have coatings. All sides are in white Corian, which mimic with the walls, and the carpentry in white lacquer, was conceived with the intention of not promoting the highlight on the walls, but complement them. Save this picture!© Gustavo XavierThe definition of the furniture was guided by the same concept so that at no time does not compete with the work, but at the same time mimetizasse the cement floor burned. The pieces were chosen by the sobriety and elegance of color and design, following the coherence that has guided the entire project.Save this picture!© Gustavo XavierProject gallerySee allShow lessQingdao Harborfront Redevelopment Proposal / EE&K a Perkins Eastman CompanyUnbuilt ProjectLiving Landscape: The Great Fen Visiting Center Proposal / Atelier CMJNUnbuilt Project Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/344131/nova-lima-house-denise-macedo-arquitetos-associados Clipboardlast_img read more

HAT Market Analysis for 5/21/21 with Bob Utterback, Utterback Marketing Services

first_img SHARE Facebook Twitter Audio Playerhttps://hoosieragtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Bob-Utterback-markets-1.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.A selloff in corn, soybean and wheat futures brought an end to another volatile week. Bob Utterback takes a look at what may lie ahead. Click to listen. SHARE By Andy Eubank – May 21, 2021 HAT Market Analysis for 5/21/21 with Bob Utterback, Utterback Marketing Services Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News HAT Market Analysis for 5/21/21 with Bob Utterback, Utterback Marketing Services Previous articlePlanting Forecast: Increased Chances of Rain This WeekNext articleReps Ask Biden Administration to Utilize USMCA Enforcement Measures Andy Eubanklast_img read more

Bee-lieve It Or Not: Five Things To Know About Honey Bees

first_imgHappy National Pollinator Week!Bees, birds, butterflies, bats, and beetles all are pollinators and important parts of our ecosystem. As a matter of fact, the Indiana State Museum has beehives at three of its locations: Indiana State Museum, Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site and Angel Mounds State Historic Site.Learn five interesting facts about honey bees in this sweet blog paired with photos from our museum beehive. Then, come on into the Indiana State Museum this Saturday, June 23, for Family Day celebrating pollinators from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and a build your own bee house activity from 1 to 2:30 p.m.1. “Worker bees” are girls!That’s right, the bees who actually collect nectar and produce honey are female bees. Male honey bees are called “drones,” and you can spot them easily in a hive because they are much larger than the worker bees. Drones do not make honey or have stingers; their job is to mate with queen bees to help make more bees. 2. You can tell which bee is the queen because of her long body.The queen bee’s only job is to lay eggs that become larvae (also called “brood”) and grow into bees. She usually is the mother to most of the bees in the hive. If the queen bee dies, the hive must replace her, or else no more eggs will be laid, and the hive will die.Beekeepers make sure their hive has a queen so they can help replace her if needed. She can be spotted because her body is a lot longer than the worker bees around her. Sometimes beekeepers will mark their queen with a dot to help them quickly identify her. Can you spot which bee is the queen in the Indiana State Museum’s hive?3. In at-home beehives, you only take honey from special boxes called the “supers.”The worker bees make the honey, and the queen lays the eggs…so how do we make sure there aren’t any eggs in our honey? That’s a SUPER question! Beekeepers add a special box on top of the main hive body, called a “super.” While bees put honey and larvae in their main beehive, they only put honey in supers, so you don’t have to worry about any larvae in your honey. Beekeepers make sure not to take too much honey from the bees, who need the honey to survive.4. Bees don’t sting without a reason.When you’re out in the backyard and a honey bee starts flying around your head, what’s your first thought? “It’s going to sting me!” But actually, the bee is usually just checking things out to see if you have any nectar or pollen. Bees only sting when they feel threatened or surprised. That’s why the best thing to do when you meet a honey bee is to slowly and calmly walk away—don’t run or swat at it.Our beekeepers protect themselves from bee stings by wearing bee suits, including protective covering over their heads. When the beekeepers open up the hives, the bees may feel threatened and be more likely to sting.5. Honey tastes different depending on which plants the nectar came from.Have you noticed that different honey is lighter or darker, or that some is more yellow in color, while other honey is redder in color? That’s because honey looks and tastes different based on the types of plants bees visited to make the honey. Honey from bees located in the middle of acres of California almond trees will be different than honey from a beehive in the middle of a wild forest in Brown County Indiana.Bonus fact: What’s this I’ve heard about bees disappearing?You may have heard reports of “save the bees!” and “our bees are dying!” In the past few years, beekeepers have reported more cases of bees abandoning their homes and what seems like just disappearing. This is an issue called colony collapse disorder (CCD). Researchers say there are many things affecting CCD. One of the major contributors is the increased use of pesticides on the plants from which bees consume pollen and nectar. Programs like National Pollinator Week help bring awareness of how we can protect bees and the many other pollinators. Be sure to visit the Indiana State Museum this Saturday for Family Day celebrating pollinators and a build your own bee house activity to learn more.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Yasiel Puig has a memorable night in Dodgers’ 7-1 win

first_img“At the point I am in my career, I’m just trying to make pitches,” Beckett said. “I want to keep it close, give it a chance to win. I’m not really bearing down in the second inning with nobody on thinking these guys aren’t going to score. These guys are going to hit.”Combined with a loss by the San Francisco Giants, the Dodgers (22-19) pulled within 3 1/2 games of first place in the National League West.The sixth inning made all the difference.With one out, Dee Gordon stretched a routine-looking ground ball into right field into a double, using a head-first slide to beat a one-hop, off-line throw from Giancarlo Stanton. The next five batters didn’t leave as much room for suspense.Puig drew a four-pitch walk. Hanley Ramirez doubled into a vacant left-field corner, scoring Puig and Gordon to give the Dodgers a 2-0 lead. Adrian Gonzalez pulled a double down the right-field line that scored Ramirez. Kemp singled into left field, scoring Gonzalez and forcing the Marlins’ bullpen into another early entrance.Turner needed only 52 pitches to get through the first five innings, allowing four hits and no runs. The right-hander threw 21 pitches in the sixth inning while recording just one out.With left-hander Dan Jennings on the mound, Crawford sent Kemp to third base with a single. Justin Turner was robbed when Stanton ran down his fly ball to deep right field, but Kemp tagged up and scored, giving the Dodgers a 5-0 lead. For once, it was more than enough run support for Beckett. Prior to Tuesday, he had been receiving the least run support of any Dodger starter, 2.86 per game. As a result, he began the season with no-decisions and a loss. The Marlins rallied for a run in the seventh inning against Beckett and Chris Perez was summoned from the bullpen to record the final two outs of the inning. The run was unearned by virtue of a passed ball charged to catcher Drew Butera.Brandon League and Jamey Wright pitched a scoreless eighth and ninth inning, respectively.Puig would have given the crowd what they came for regardless of his performance. It was his first-ever bobblehead night at Dodger Stadium. “It came out nice,” Puig said, “but I think it looks like Uribe.” Under the circumstances it would have been a shame for Puig to play poorly in a 7-1 Dodgers win over the Miami Marlins. Instead, he extended his hitting streak to 13 games with a 2-for-3 performance.“He had an incredible night,” Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said. “He seems to be growing up before our eyes.”Puig doubled in one run and scored another as the Dodgers scored five times in the sixth inning against Marlins starter Jacob Turner (0-1) to break open a 0-0 game. Matt Kemp and Carl Crawford both finished 2 for 4, and the Dodgers collected 12 hits as a team.That allowed Dodgers starter Josh Beckett (1-1) to win his first game since Sept. 30, 2012, ending a streak of 14 starts without a victory. The veteran right-hander didn’t allow an earned run in 6 1/3 innings, lowering his earned-run average to 2.59.Beckett walked three and struck out six. With a runner on third base and one out in the fourth inning, he whiffed Jarrod Saltalamacchia and Jones to preserve the scoreless tie. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img There were moments Tuesday when Yasiel Puig looked super-human. In the seventh inning, Puig threw a strike to home plate from roughly 300 feet away, albeit an instant too late to throw out Garrett Jones attempting to score from third base.But the Dodgers’ right fielder produces a lot of super-human moments on a baseball field. It was more special, and a unique moment in Puig’s career, when his mother threw the ceremonial first pitch. For the announced crowd of 50,349 in attendance at Dodger Stadium, it was Puig at his most human.“I felt really happy about my mom throwing out the first pitch,” he said. “It was great to play a great game for her — not only for her, but for all the fans.”last_img read more