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Kangaroo House / Hyunjoon Yoo Architects

first_img Photographs Projects Year:  Architects: Hyunjoon Yoo Architects Area Area of this architecture project Kangaroo House / Hyunjoon Yoo Architects CopyHouses•Seongnam-si, South Korea South Korea ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/772850/kangaroo-house-hyunjoon-yoo-architects Clipboard photographs:  Youngchae ParkPhotographs:  Youngchae ParkSave this picture!© Youngchae ParkRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT HybridText description provided by the architects. This house is for two families. One is parents generation, and the other is son’s family.In Korea, when the son gets marriage, he live in a separate house. But in our client’s case, they want to live in a same “house” instead of an apartment housing, the most typical residence type in Korea. Therefore, the son bought the land, the parents built the house for the two families. The house has to be a single house with two houses within. So, we borrow the concept of kangaroo, the Australian animal.Save this picture!© Youngchae ParkSave this picture!First Floor PlanSave this picture!© Youngchae ParkSave this picture!Second Floor PlanKangaroo carries its baby in the pocket at the tummy. Just like that, the parents’ house contains the son’s house. The parents’ house is made of black brick, and the son’s house is made of wood. Kangaroo house is divided into four parts with the narrow courtyard at the center. The two story height courtyard is working as a divider and a connector at the same time between two houses.Save this picture!© Youngchae ParkAlley within the HouseIn order to make the house two independent houses we make the stair case the outdoor like alley space. And the four areas of the second floor has the different level. So people must use three or four steps whenever they enter into the new area. This various floor levels create the various ceiling height as well. The parents lives at the first floor and the son lives at the second floor.Save this picture!© Youngchae ParkSave this picture!DetailSave this picture!© Youngchae ParkViewing Control for Relationship DesignOne of our major concern was how to manage the relationship between two generations, especially the relationship between mother in law and daughter in law. In Korea the relationship between mother in law and daughter in law is same as the one between mother in law and son in law in US culture. The daughter in law feels uncomfortable with the mother in law. Especially whenever mother in law comes to the kitchen, the daughter in law must come the kitchen to support her. So we design the people at the second floor can look down the kitchen area through the void whenever they go to the bathroom. However the mother in law at the first floor cannot watch the son’s house part because they are at the higher level. Son can look down the courtyard from the second floor, but he cannot look at the parents’ master bedroom facing the courtyard. The viewing directions in this house was carefully controlled based on the hierarchy of family members. By managing viewing is the key method to design the life style of this family. Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessHouse in Yamanote / Katsutoshi Sasaki + AssociatesSelected ProjectsArchitecture Week Prague 2015Event Share 2014 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/772850/kangaroo-house-hyunjoon-yoo-architects Clipboard “COPY” Houses “COPY” ArchDaily 2014 Kangaroo House / Hyunjoon Yoo ArchitectsSave this projectSaveKangaroo House / Hyunjoon Yoo Architects Year:  Save this picture!© Youngchae Park+ 23 Share Area:  222 m² Area:  222 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeHyunjoon Yoo ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSeongnam-siSouth KoreaPublished on September 02, 2015Cite: “Kangaroo House / Hyunjoon Yoo Architects” 01 Sep 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Ween Shares Unreleased Demo From “The Pod” Album On Its 25th Anniversary

first_imgWhile Ween continues to impress in 2016 with action packed setlists, a lot of their live material comes from the group’s classic albums from the 1990’s. One such album, called The Pod, was officially released on this day in 1991. 25 years later, it still remains a fan favorite.Today, Dean Ween posted an unreleased demo track that was recorded for the album. He says, “To celebrate the 25th anniversary of our 2nd “official” album, here is a classic Ween outtake from the record, mixed in 1992 by Andrew Weiss. should’ve been on the record, but better late than never, enjoy!”Listen to the outtake version of “I Wuz Nothin” below.It’s easy to see why The Pod has captured the brown hearts of so many Ween fans. The band’s second full-length studio release was riddled with elements of the band’s classic humor, including a liner note that said the album was written under the influence of Scotchgard. The album cover itself is a play on the 1975 album, The Best of Leonard Cohen, with a photo of Chris “Mean Ween” Williams’s head and a nitrous oxide bong over the original artwork.Dean and Gene Ween were in fine form for the whole album, and it shows with some of the band’s most recognizable songs. The tracklisting includes the first two parts of “The Stallion,” “Pork Roll Egg And Cheese,” “Pollo Asado” and so many more. Thanks to Santiago Bernhardt on YouTube, we can listen to the whole album, streaming below.Ween – The Pod Tracklisting1. Strap On That Jammy Pac – 0:002. Dr. Rock – 3:023. Frank – 6:134. Sorry Charlie – 10:005. The Stallion (Pt. 1) – 13:496. Pollo Asado – 16:417. Right to the Ways and the Rules of the World – 19:268. Captain Fantasy – 24:309. Demon Sweat – 27:4910. Molly – 32:0011. Can U Taste the Waste? – 36:4812. Don’t Sweat It – 38:2613. Awesome Sound – 42:2814. Laura – 44:4915. Boing – 49:2616. Mononucleosis – 50:5917. Oh My Dear (Falling in Love) – 54:0018. Sketches of Winkle – 55:5619. Alone – 58:4020. Moving Away – 61:5121. She Fucks Me – 64:5722. Pork Roll Egg and Cheese – 68:5523. The Stallion (Pt. 2) – 71:57last_img read more

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Europa League: Chelsea, Arsenal advance to last 16

first_img–Source: BBC Callum Hudson-Odoi scored a marvellous second-half goal as Chelsea cruised into the Europa League last 16 with victory over Malmo at Stamford Bridge.The Blues, who led 2-1 from the first leg, started slowly but improved markedly after the break.Olivier Giroud gave them the lead on the night by tapping home, before Ross Barkley floated in a free-kick moments after Rasmus Bengtsson was sent off.Hudson-Odoi, 18, then drove in from the right before firing in a late third.Whether this result will ease the pressure on Blues manager Maurizio Sarri remains to be seen.Their next two matches – against Manchester City in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final, and Tottenham in the Premier League next week – will be bigger tests.Arsenal powered into the last 16 of the Europa League with a comfortable second-leg victory over Bate Borisov at Emirates Stadium.Sokratis replaced the injured Laurent Koscielny in the second half and scored with his fifth touch (Image credit: AFP)Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, they scored inside four minutes when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s cross was turned in by Bate defender Zakhar Volkov.Centre-back Shkodran Mustafi made it 2-0 before the break with a powerful header following Granit Xhaka’s corner.Substitute Sokratis Papastathopoulos headed in the third goal after an hour.After a disappointing performance in losing the first leg in Belarus, Arsenal needed to score at least twice to go through.Bate were denied an equaliser just four minutes after Arsenal had taken the lead, when Stephan Lichtsteiner slid in to make a goalline clearance from Stanislav Dragun’s header.The visitors also went close when Maksim Skavysh hit the side-netting in the first half, but Arsenal had better chances through Alex Iwobi, Xhaka and Aubameyang.The draw for the last 16 takes place on Friday, 22 February at 12:00 GMT.last_img read more

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BOXING: DELIGHT FOR MARK MCCOLE AS HE PROGRESSES TO ALL-IRELAND SEMI-FINAL

first_imgBrendan, Mark, Jim and Matthew McCole after his victory at the Ulster championships.BOXING: There was delight for Dungloe ABC fighter Mark McCole as he produced a superb performance to book his place in the All-Ireland semi-finals.McCole defeated the highly fancied Lee Reeves from South Limerick earlier tonight at the National Stadium in Dublin.The judges awarded McCole the victory on a 2-1 score-card in what was described as a cracking contest. McCole defeated Eddie Lawrence from The Holy Cross boxing club in Drogheda last weekend – and is really showing why he’s been tipped by many to win the All-Ireland Intermediate title.McCole comes from good stock – his family are steeped in boxing tradition.The Dungloe ABC club has produced multiple All-Ireland winners – and McCole will be hoping he can add his name to an illustrious list of names.He will fight Keane McMahon from Dublin in next week’s All-Ireland semi-final. There was disappointment for Declan Ferry who lost his bout – and Michael Gallagher is in action tomorrow night.BOXING: DELIGHT FOR MARK MCCOLE AS HE PROGRESSES TO ALL-IRELAND SEMI-FINAL was last modified: October 23rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:newsSportlast_img read more

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PPC in R2.7bn empowerment deal

first_img28 August 2008South African cement manufacturer PPC has unveiled a broad-based black economic empowerment transaction that will see a 15% stake in the company, presently valued at R2.7-billion, being transferred to a broad range of black shareholders.Those who stand to benefit from the transaction include company employees, an educational trust, a construction industry association trust, two community service groups, and strategic black partners.“Today heralds a significant achievement by the company as it reaches a key empowerment objective at the equity level,” PPC chief executive John Gomersall said in a statement this week.“We set out to ensure that the structure of the deal was as broad-based as possible, benefiting mainly black South African stakeholders.”Education and trainingA Construction Industry Associations Trust has been established to benefit existing and new black construction industry and related associations. The income of the trust will be allocated to specific projects which benefit previously disadvantaged individuals who are members of these associations.Furthermore, an external trust has been established to develop skills and provide benefits to primarily black individuals with educational and skills needs in the cement, lime and aggregates manufacturing, mining, construction and related industries.PPC internal trusts for employees, black managers and a small allocation to non-executive directors will be created to reward them for their years of creating value for the shareholders. Another internal trust will be established to provide benefits to the families of PPC employees.“At least 85% of the benefits from both external and internal trusts will be allocated to black people,” the statement read.Community serviceThe two community services groups taking part in the transaction are the Shalamuka Foundation and the Disability Empowerment Concerns Trust, who have together contributed R5.4-million of their own equity.The Shalamuka Foundation was formed in 2006 to raise long-term sustainable funding for the highly regarded Penreach programme, which provides teacher skills workshops to about 2 200 school teachers in 900 schools.The Disability Empowerment Concerns Trust was established in 1996 by organisations representing people with disabilities. Their activities touch over 2-million people of whom more than 85% are black.Adding valueThe four strategic black partners taking part in the transaction are Nozala, Peu, the iLima Portland Consortium and the Capital Edge Cement Consortium.“The strategic black partners were chosen because of their experience and involvement in the wider construction and mining arena and their ability to add value to PPC,” the statement read. “Most of them have broad-based black components such as ‘black women’ and ‘youth’ among their stakeholders.”According to the statement, PPC’s objective in pursuing the transaction is to ensure that its South African businesses achieve a Level 4 empowerment rating in terms of the BBBEE Codes of Best Practice by 2009.“Empowerment and transformation is at the heart of PPC and this is a significant stride towards broad-based equity ownership,” said Gomersall. “Today is not the end of a process but the dawn of a new chapter in PPC’s 116 year history.”This transaction is subject to the approval of shareholders at a general and a scheme meeting anticipated to be held on 11 November, while the effective date of the BEE transaction is expected to be on or about 15 December.SAinfo reporter Would you like to use this article in your publicationor on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Exclusive: Secure or not? Minerva Punjab, Real Kashmir in war of words over Srinagar match

first_imgIt’s all been chaotic for Real Kashmir FC and Minerva Punjab FC ever since the Pulwama terror attack shook India. The attack that took the lives of 40 CRPF personnel affected a football match too that was supposed to take place in Srinagar. On February 18, there were supposed to footballing chants and banners and celebrations but in the end, there was silence – one that spoke only of chaos.All the chaos started because Minerva Punjab said they will not travel to Srinagar unless they get written assurance from any official security agency. Neither AIFF nor Real Kashmir could provide them with a written assurance. In a series of mails to AIFF, which are in possession of IndiaToday.in, Minerva asked for written security assurance from AIFF but to no avail.Ranjit Bajaj was adamant that he could not risk the lives of their players and could not have taken the responsibility in such turbulent times in Srinagar. On Monday at the TRC Turf Ground in Srinagar, Real Kashmir warmed up for the match but Minerva Punjab did not turn up.”We have only one thing, we have nothing against Real Kashmir to be honest. We just want that match to be shifted to a neutral venue or even if they want to have it in Srinagar, wait for sometime, let the situation calm down and then we are okay with travelling. They said it was safe to play but before the match only, there was an encounter going on one hour from Srinagar airport. So many were injured, the mastermind of the Pulwama attack was killed. This happened one hour away from Srinagar airport and it happened yesterday and the match is supposed to take place then.advertisement”Play to heal and all is great but you tell me what am I supposed to tell my 17-year-old boy, whose mother is calling me and saying ‘please don’t send my boy there, please don’t take him to the match’. Then what am I supposed to tell my foreign players whose embassies have strictly told them not to go there. How am I supposed to force them? What am I to say, that the match commissioner has said everything is okay? Is the match commissioner going to certify our security? We said please get any security agency certify our security. They have not been able to give us one written assurance,” Bajaj stated to IndiaToday.in.Bajaj picked up the point that Real Kashmir vs East Bengal was postponed to February 28 from February 10 due to snow and he could not understand while their match could not have been postponed after such a massive attack.”East Bengal’s game was postponed for 20 days because of three inches of snow. If three inches of snow makes it dangerous to play football there, then I think a bomb blast that has killed 40 people and then the next day killed five more people, makes it more difficult than three inches of snow. I don’t understand the logic that for snow, it can be postponed but for the worst terrorist attack in Jammu & Kashmir in 20 years, it can’t be moved. They have to understand I am responsible for each and every member of my team. If God forbid something happens to them, I have to answer to their parents. Telling me to go on verbal assurance of match commissioner is very unfair. We are not saying we don’t want to play, make us play anywhere anytime except Srinagar right now. I don’t know what the problem is.”We have been talking to I-League CEO and AIFF but they just don’t seem to understand. It’s so ironic that they are saying go and play in Srinagar but they are not willing to go there. The right thing to show that place is safe would have been if AIFF top brass, all descend in Srinagar and say everything is perfect. Themselves, they are sitting in Delhi and sending some match commissioner for the report.”Real Kashmir owner Chattoo, however, said that Bajaj had got the dates of the match changed earlier as well and that if he talks about the Indian Army, he should have had faith in them and should have come for the match.”This is very unfortunate. To be very honest, this is more than just unfortunate especially for us because we are in title hunt. We didn’t want any distractions, we play fair. 10 home games for everybody, every state has some problem so no club should use anything as an excuse for not playing anywhere. Whatever happened in Srinagar, all of us condemn it. Condemnation is no word but we are a football club, we are not a political party that we preach to anyone about these things,” Chattoo said.advertisement”Mr Bajaj got the date changed first, that nobody is aware of. He gave a lame excuse that tickets are not available for Srinagar and requested AIFF. We didn’t want a change in date because we do a lot of preparations for our games. We have a completely 100 per cent professional setup, we don’t deviate from our planning. Anyway when AIFF requested us, we said not an issue at all, they changed the date as per their convenience. In between this very unfortunate and horrific incident took place. But this is a game of football and has nothing to do with that incident.”In September Minerva was here for a friendly match, there was a complete shutdown, they could not even play and they went away. He had no problem at that time but this time, 60 kms away a very unfortunate incident has taken place and he is using that as an excuse that we can’t play because of this and because of that and because on my jersey, it is written Indian Army. On their jersey if it is written that they salute the Indian soldiers, they should have faith in the same Indian soldiers the way we have,” Chattoo complained.Chattoo further said that while Bajaj is talking around travel advisories from foreign embassies to players, he fails to realise that Real Kashmir have foreigners too and they all have no issue with the state in Srinagar.”Then he comes out with travel adversories from various embassies. The gentleman doesn’t realise, we have a Scottish coach, his son Mason Robertson he is playing with us. We have one from Ivory Coast, we have a player from Zimbabwe, we have a player from Ghana, we have six players from over the world and in addition to that, we have players from all over this country. It is the same.”Had the situation been so bad, we would have requested AIFF, ‘please we cannot hold the game here’, because we are responsible people. As the home team, the responsibility lies on us. We spoke to Mr. Ranjit Bajaj and told him that ‘your security is our problem’. Every team that has come here, you please ask them and verify how they have been treated. From the airport, they are escorted to their hotel and they are armed escorts even though they are not required. The hotel where they stay is 24 hours guarded, they come in a guarded convoy to the stadium. What else does he want? Is he different from others?” Chattoo questioned.The case is now in the Delhi High Court as Minerva have made the move against the All India Football Federation (AIFF). While AIFF released a statement on Monday after the match timings as they are contemplating further action against Minerva for their no-show, Ranjit Bajaj had already taken the case to the court.advertisement”We moved the court in the morning yesterday [Monday]. Till day before yesterday night, I was thinking that the AIFF guys will actually come up with something, we didn’t know they were going to say that ‘no you just have to play’ because the things that were happening, being shown on TV, people being shot every second, who will go for a match.”This is all AIFF’s way of turning things around. It was so bizarre that AIFF is tagging me in official tweet saying that ‘thank you you are coming for the match and Minerva Punjab is coming there’. One second later, Real Kashmir tweeted the same thing as if we had said to them that we are coming, making it look to the public that we have given a nod and then we are saying no. From the very first minute, we have been writing to them. we have written six letters and every letter said ‘we are not coming unless you give security assurances’.”AIFF don’t just write back. We haven’t got the match commissioner report and they have only submitted it. AIFF Committee has FSDL and Reliance in it so that is exactly what us 8 I-League clubs don’t want happening because they are controlling I-League. Right now I feel AIFF won’t be bothered about the committee but what the court says because we have gone to the High Court and if I know AIFF, they will wait for that decision,” Bajaj said.Real Kashmir, on the other hand, firmly believe that they deserve the three points from the match since Minerva did not show-up for the match and by rule book, that equals to forfeiting. In fact, Chattoo went ahead and said that Minerva are scared of playing Real Kashmir in Srinagar because of the team’s form.”Mr Ranjit Bajaj did not want to play us in front of our home crowd because here 25,000 supporters come out and they support their team vociferously. We defeated Minerva as the champions in their home ground and that was our first match, we were raw then, we have become more professional and more ruthless now. We are undefeated 12 games, we are at number 2.”So, if the gentleman doesn’t want to play, let him not spoil the name of the game. Why politicise, it’s not fair for anyone. Our three points are hung in between, how do you think our coach and the boys are feeling. But it has to go on. Our coach gave one and half hour lecture that it doesn’t matter, everybody is asking what about our three points. We are telling them, even if it has to be a rematch, we will make them lose 6-0 now. It’s unfair, we are also tired playing matches, almost at the fag end, the team is doing well. we don’t even make changes in the team, we stick with our family, it is a family to us,” Chattoo remarked.He further stated the turn of events from their end and explained their conversations with AIFF, claiming that even they have lost a lot of money after Minerva did not come for the match despite their arrangements.”Day before yesterday, we were told by AIFF that the tickets are booked for Minerva. We thought they will reach by day before yesterday and all security arrangements, clearances were there. Their armoured vehicle, their buses, everything was in place. When they didn’t turn up by the last flight then we felt that they are not coming.”We asked AIFF, now what are we supposed to do? They said may be they will come by morning. We said it doesn’t matter if they come, we will go to the field all ready to play they come or not. If they come we play them, if they don’t we need those three points, why not. What’s wrong in that? We went to the field and practiced. The match commissioner and the referees have been here for six days, they reported to AIFF that everything is perfectly alright then why does Mr Ranjit think that things are not alright here? Chattoo further raised questions.”Yesterday he reported that there is a shutdown, we tweeted live pictures and video of the stadium, outside the stadium, everywhere. All this is not going to help anything. We have nothing personal against him but the way he has behaved, it’s not fair. And going to the court for what? He should have gone to the court before the match so we would have known that he’s not coming. You know the kind of expenditure we have to make for hosting a game? It’s very unfortunate what he is doing. We defeated Chennai twice, their home and our home – the undefeated Chennai. That is the motivation our team has. That is who we are. Please don’t ruin all that, going to the court and all. We can also claim the damages but is it going to help the sport, no.”Minerva’s no-show has raised further issues for Real Kashmir as their final home game against East Bengal draws closer. East Bengal have also asked AIFF for a change in venue or date. They have also said that they won’t forfeit the match and will go to Srinagar if ‘forced’ by AIFF.However, Real Kashmir want to host East Bengal on February 28 amicably and even requested them to come for the match from their official handle and assured them security.”We sent an official tweet to East Bengal, requesting them to come here, giving them personal guarantee. I own a hotel in Srinagar, which is the headquarters of our club. We have said ‘you stay in our hotel with us’. What more can we do? Shamim and I ready to give in writing that your security is our personal responsibility’. We also have six foreigners here, we have 14 Indians here. You think if there would have been an iota of unrest in our surrounding, had our coach David Robertson been staying here, his embassy wouldn’t have pulled him out?”Also Read | Real Kashmir reveal reason for not tweeting on Pulwama. Very convenient, says Ranjit BajajAlso Read | We appeal AIFF to postpone Feb 28 Srinagar match but will go if ‘forced’ to: East BengalAlso Read | Minerva’s petition at Delhi High Court likely to come up for hearing on Friday: LawyerAlso Read | Bengaluru FC ready to play in Srinagar. Let’s do this, say Real KashmirAlso Read | Real Kashmir to East Bengal: Dear friends, come and play in Srinagar. Guarantee your safetyAlso Watch:last_img read more

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