Student Housing Campus Eindhoven University of Technology / O…


first_img The Netherlands Photographs “COPY” Area:  12410 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs:  Stefan Müller Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” Student Housing Campus Eindhoven University of Technology / Office Winhov + Office haratori + BDG Architecten Construction: Projects Year:  Architects: BDG Architecten, Office Winhov, Office haratori Area Area of this architecture project CopyHousing, Dorms•Eindhoven, The Netherlands ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard 2016 Student Housing Campus Eindhoven University of Technology / Office Winhov + Office haratori + BDG ArchitectenSave this projectSaveStudent Housing Campus Eindhoven University of Technology / Office Winhov + Office haratori + BDG Architecten HuybregtsRelou, Son (The Netherlands) ArchDaily CopyAbout this officeOffice WinhovOfficeFollowOffice haratoriOfficeFollowBDG ArchitectenOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingEducational ArchitectureOther facilitiesDormsEindhovenThe NetherlandsPublished on March 16, 2017Cite: “Student Housing Campus Eindhoven University of Technology / Office Winhov + Office haratori + BDG Architecten” 16 Mar 2017. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Hurks Delphi Engineering Contractor: Save this picture!© Stefan Müller+ 21 Share Architecture:Office Winhov, BDG Architecten AlmereEngineering:BDG Architecten IngenieursInstallations:Deens Raadgevende IngenieursBuilding Physics:Deens Raadgevende IngenieursDesign Team:Joost Hovenier, Jan Peter Wingender, Zeno Vogel, Gerard JansenCity:EindhovenCountry:The NetherlandsMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Stefan MüllerRecommended ProductsWoodLunawoodThermo Timber and Industrial ThermowoodWoodAccoyaAccoya® CanalsMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingFiber Cements / CementsSwisspearlSwisspearl Largo Fiber Cement PanelsText description provided by the architects. Work began on building the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in 1957 based on the urban development plan of S.J. van Embden. His design aimed at creating an idealised factory environment for technical research and study consisting of tall, modern buildings on stilts that were connected with one another and with the laboratories and workshops located in between them by means of aerial walkways. The plan followed the modern ideal of self-contained buildings in a continuous landscape. The rational structure in which the buildings followed a fixed grid pattern was expressed in the curtain walls of the first generation of buildings on the campus. A master plan for the re organisation and expansion of the campus has been drawn up following the original design. It envisages the introduction of accommodation for students and researchers on the north side of the campus on the edge of the green brook valley of the Dommel. Save this picture!© Stefan MüllerSave this picture!AxonometricSave this picture!AxonometricSave this picture!© Stefan MüllerThe position and orientation of the wedge-shaped building are aligned with the series of taller buildings on the campus. The building is entirely prefabricated. The load-bearing façade is made of concrete sandwich elements whose continuous grid reflects the façades of the old buildings on the campus. The front side of the wall panel bands are polished, providing a stronger contrast with the closed sections of the wall and giving the grid an autonomous position in the façade composition. Besides the outer walls, the floors, bathrooms and installations are also prefabricated to enable the building to be constructed within a very short time. The wedge-shaped building has been staggered around the central corridor, creating a triple articulation in the end facades. This division into three facilitates a logical distribution of the rooms and group flats. It also gives the building an elegant appearance and a dynamic, asymmetrical look, both on the side facing the campus and on that facing the Dommel. Save this picture!© Stefan MüllerSave this picture!PlansSave this picture!© Stefan MüllerThe building is aligned with the top end of the campus but is otherwise entirely freestanding in the green brook valley of the Dommel. Upon arrival, residents pass through the cycle shed and the collective space, which share the same visual axis with one another and with the surrounding landscape, to reach the lifts on the north side. Save this picture!© Stefan MüllerSave this picture!© Stefan MüllerThe lifts convey them via the two-storey lift lobbies to their rooms on the different floors. There is a collective outdoor area on each floor facing south with a view over the campus. The over-dimensioning of the collective areas makes them suitable for meeting and activities. This creates a series of spaces extending through the building from the university terrain to the individual rooms, giving an explicit added value and liveliness to living on a campus. Save this picture!© Stefan MüllerProject gallerySee allShow lessNew Book Calls for an End to Our Fetish for Conditioned SkyscrapersArchitecture NewsResidential Nasima / Studio MadouhSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:De Lismortel, 5612 Eindhoven, The NetherlandsLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Manufacturers: AGC, Kone, Rollecate, De Haas & Heesterbeek, Hamer Hoogheuvel, Hurks, Logus Prefab, Manntech, Steenhuis Beton Housinglast_img read more

Dubrovnik cable car before closing?


first_imgAs of this week, the Customs Administration is on the ground and in the investigation of the company Excelsa nekretnine, which a few days ago informed their employees and partners about the possibility of closing the cable car by the Customs Administration. ”The allegations that the company Excelsa nekretnine has been waiting for a concession agreement for nine years are untrue, namely in February 2017 they were delivered a Concession Agreement which the company never signed. The Concessions Act adopted by the Parliament of the Republic of Croatia is binding on everyone, including Excelsa nekretnine, so it is incredible that the responsible person of Excelsa nekretnine calls for a reasonable solution to this situation in the best interest of the state, the City of Dubrovnik and its citizens. what is reasonable; compliance with the laws of the Republic of Croatia and payment of the concession fee with all arrears ” Franković points out, and adds that it is at least hypocritical to invoke the interests of the City and its citizens, and to carry out economic activities and make a profit for nine years, without paying the same City a concession fee. “The Republic of Croatia is based on law-based rights, but also obligations, so on behalf of the City of Dubrovnik and its citizens, I call on the responsible persons of Excelsa Real Estate to stop manipulating. I remind you of the judgments of the Commercial Court in Dubrovnik and call on them to pay their debt from the past so that the City of Dubrovnik can conclude a concession agreement with Excelsa nekretnine ” emphasizes Franković. At the end of this “legal mess”, it is not good to shoot three sides through the media, from the state, investors, to the city of Dubrovnik, because again it does not lead to anything constructive, and the solution is only possible at the table and quick reaction of the state, respecting all laws.The After long-standing disputes between the City of Dubrovnik and Excel Real Estate, the owners of the Dubrovnik cable car, which date back to 2010, when the company renovated the cable car and requested a concession, the whole story could finally unravel. The judgment in question ordered Excelsa Real Estate to pay the City of Dubrovnik the amount of HRK 20.104.250,00, increased by default interest. This is a first-instance verdict for performing the activity of transporting passengers by cable car without a concession contract. Mato Franković, Mayor of Dubrovnik: Closing the cable car is the only legal solution “Closing the cable car is not in the best interests of these parties and therefore does not represent a reasonable solution.” concludes Ruskovic. “The last decision on the concession was made by the City of Dubrovnik in April last year, but the contract in accordance with that decision has not yet been submitted to Excelsa Real Estate for signature. As the concession agreement has not been signed and there is no legal basis for the city of Dubrovnik to issue invoices for the concession fee of Excelsa real estate, so Excelsa real estate has never been given the opportunity to pay the concession fee ” points out Anto Rusković from Excelsa Real Estate and adds that they still believe in a reasonable solution in the best interest of the state, the city of Dubrovnik and its citizens, Excelsa Real Estate and their business partners.  In a statement, Excelsa nekretnine reports that they are continuing to operate the popular cable car in Dubrovnik. According to their information, the supervision of the Customs Administration is underway and at the moment they do not know when and how it will end, but given this situation, Excelsa Real Estate has decided that the cable car, when weather conditions allow, to continue regular work until the next notices. Namely, the Commercial Court in Dubrovnik on March 22, 2019. passed and published the verdict in the case that was conducted in connection with the lawsuit of the City of Dubrovnik against the company Excelsa nekretnine dd. However this legal entanglement ends, certainly how the Act must be obeyed and how Excelsa Real Estate must pay a concession to use it. Of course, the question arises as to how it is at all possible that nine years have passed without the Concession Agreement being signed, while the cable car has been operating normally all these years and generating revenue. And then we wonder why our young people are leaving Croatia. center_img However, on Friday (April 05, 2018), Excelsa nekretnine announced that they will continue working until further notice. Excelsa nekretnine: The Dubrovnik cable car continues to operate until further notice  Photo: Dubrovnik Cable Car We did not have to wait long for the reaction of the city of Dubrovnik to the announcement, more precisely for one day. Thus, on Saturday (April 06, 2019), the Mayor of Dubrovnik, Mato Franković, reacted in his statement that he points out due to a series of untrue allegations in the statement of Mr. Ante Rusković from the company Excelsa nekretnine, the City of Dubrovnik as a concession provider is obliged to react the space would not be untrue and thus confuse the public. This proves the correctness of the decision of the city administration to file a lawsuit against Excel Real Estate and that in this way the City of Dubrovnik earns what it should have earned from the concession fee, more precisely the amount with interest of about 30 million kuna, said Dubrovnik Mayor Mato Frankovic for Dubrovnik Herald and added: “Once again, I doubt why the City of Dubrovnik did not initiate such a lawsuit in the past, because the outcome would certainly be the same, and the money would have been collected a long time ago. We expect that the State Attorney’s Office of the Republic of Croatia, for its part, will protect the City of Dubrovnik and prevent Excels from real estate from performing economic activities without a previously obtained concession.” Namely, DORH gave Excelsa nekretnine a deadline until the end of this month to comply with the law of the Republic of Croatia, pay receivables for previous periods to the City and the State and sign a concession agreement with the City of Dubrovnik, because otherwise, until these conditions are met, suspended. In the end, Franković concludes that the closure of the cable car is the only legal solution in a case in which the provisions of the Law on Concessions are not respected. The solution is at the table and the quick reaction of the State Namely, in the whole process or legal entanglement, Excel Real Estate points out that they have been waiting for a concession agreement with the city of Dubrovnik for nine years. As they point out, to date, they have submitted a request for a concession a total of three times, once to the Government and twice to the City of Dubrovnik, but to date they have not received an official response and the contract has not been submitted for signature.  In any case, the worst case scenario for tourism would be for the Dubrovnik cable car to stop working in the long run, because it is certainly a top tourist attraction and the best view of Dubrovnik. This trump card is also held by Excelsa nekretnine, as well as the recent beginning of the tourist season, although the first three months also saw an increase in arrivals and overnight stays in Dubrovnik. But everything has its limits, including the patience of the city of Dubrovnik. The city of Dubrovnik is demanding around 30 million kuna last_img read more

Marubeni, Partners Eye LNG Import Terminal in Australia


first_imgMarubeni Corporation and JERA have agreed with Squadron Energy to conduct a joint feasibility study in an effort to set up an LNG import terminal and gas supply project in New South Wales, Australia.The Japanese duo and Australia’s Minderoo Group subsidiary signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the project.The feasibility study is part of a potential project to develop an LNG import terminal at an existing port in NSW, which will include chartering a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), construction of associated onshore and offshore facilities, and provision of gas to local customers in NSW.The companies informed that the study will include initiation of gas marketing in NSW as well as making soundings regarding procurement of LNG through JERA’s global network.last_img read more