Aperture 538 / Luca Andrisani Architect

first_img Year:  CopyAbout this officeLuca Andrisani ArchitectOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsBrooklynUnited StatesPublished on February 13, 2016Cite: “Aperture 538 / Luca Andrisani Architect” 13 Feb 2016. 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 Photographs CopyApartments•Brooklyn, United States Aperture 538 / Luca Andrisani Architect ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/781771/aperture-538-luca-andrisani-architect Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/781771/aperture-538-luca-andrisani-architect Clipboard Apartments Save this picture!© Tai Zhang+ 20 Share Area:  13090 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Luca Andrisani Architect Area Area of this architecture project General Contractor: Projects Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_descriptioncenter_img 2016 Manufacturers: GKD Metal Fabrics, Hansgrohe, Benjamin Moore, Bison, Bosch, Liebherr, Maax, Sirius, Stone Source, Toto, Acor, CCS Stones, GKD-USA, Valspar Photographs:  Tai Zhang, Halstead Property Development Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ArchDaily Aperture 538 / Luca Andrisani ArchitectSave this projectSaveAperture 538 / Luca Andrisani Architect Developer:Sam BoymelgreenFaçade Consultant:Axis FacadesMarketing And Sales:The Aguayo Team at Halstead Property DevelopmentCity:BrooklynCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Tai ZhangText description provided by the architects. Aperture 538 is a 10 unit multi-family residence located in the neighborhood of Clinton Hill, Brooklyn on Washington Avenue near Fulton Street.Save this picture!© Halstead Property DevelopmentCentral to the exterior is a copper screen, finished to a corten appearance, perforated with an abstracted image of the Brooklyn Bridge and modified for light and air requirements.Save this picture!Third Floor PlanThe flat, warm brown face of the building is meant to continue the rhythm of brownstones present on Washington Avenue.  Unlike the brownstones however, this face moves – shutters in front of windows and balconies can be opened to allow residents direct views out to the tree-lines street.Save this picture!© Halstead Property DevelopmentA code limitation of 10” projection determined the module of the copper panels comprising the façade. The bi-fold shutters are comprised of 1/8” copper on a steel substructure. They pivot and slide along trolleys to open.The result is a dynamic façade where light filters through, an iconic image of Brooklyn is glimpsed, and activity is visible. The remainder of the exterior takes a background role with brown framed windows sliding along the grid of black structurally insulated panels.Save this picture!© Tai ZhangAt the rear of the building, railings are black to match the building’s paneling but are perforated to match the front’s copper screen.Kitchens use a palette of cervaiole, white lacquer, glass, and mystery oak Shinnoki with glassos. Bathrooms have greater variety in material identity and configuration.Save this picture!© Halstead Property DevelopmentThe ground floor duplex and fifth floor penthouse have bold striato tiled Master Bathrooms.Other Master Bathrooms are tiled in carrara and bamboo carrara, ‘bamboo’ referring to its undulating texture. Guest Bathrooms throughout enjoy a neutral warm palette of white glassos and Bamboo Crema d’Orcia.Save this picture!© Tai ZhangFrom the shutters to the bathroom walls, tactility, identity, and warmth permeate the design for the Clinton Hill Residences.Project gallerySee allShow lessMarlon Blackwell on the Importance of Small ProjectsVideos4 Architecturally Inspired Jewelry LinesArchitecture NewsProject locationAddress:538 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238, USALocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Pine Builders, later Constr LLC United States “COPY” “COPY” Tamar Kisilevitz Architect of Record: last_img read more

Broome County Board of Elections speaks out on misprinted ballots

first_imgSmith says voters need to make sure they are accurately following instructions and just circling in for which candidate they want for president — and not writing in anything else. While the Board of Election acknowledges the fact that there was a misprinted ballot issued to a Broome County Voter, they also say that this is the only incident they are aware of and are already working to fix it. “Obviously, there’s a huge concern that it’s done properly, and that there’s no issue. We use a third party vendor to get a lot of our ballots out as other counties in the state do,” said Smith, adding, “We want to make sure that with our vendor there’s no interruption, that our vendors doing the right thing, and that our vendor’s sending the ballots out to the correct people with the correct return addresses.” Mark E. Smith, the Broome County Republican Election commissioner, says the Board of Elections is making sure that a mix up like the one in New York City doesn’t happen here. President Trump weighed in on the situation tweeting, in part, “Cancel ballots and go out and vote just like in the past decades when there were no problems.” They add that they do trust the mail in ballot system and caution about something else: properly filling out your ballot. The New York City Board of Elections say they will reprint the correct ballots and deliver them to the right voters, but the news comes on the heels that other New York counties have been affected by incorrect ballots –like right here in Broome County. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Over 100,000 absentee ballots were misprinted and distributed to New York City residents due to a printer in Rochester. They caution that crossing out another candidate or writing notes on the side will make your ballot ineligible and say if anyone messes up or has questions to contact them directly.last_img read more

49ers camp: Juszczyk, Shanahan scout running back competition

first_imgClick here if you’re unable to view the photo gallery on your mobile device.SANTA CLARA — Which running back will get the most action for the 49ers this season? It’s a burning question as 49ers training camp gets underway, and not even Pro Bowl fullback Kyle Juszczyk or coach Kyle Shanahan has the answer.“Things will pan out as we’re playing games,” Juszczyk said. “They all have different strengths. They all bring good things to the table that Kyle will be able to accentuate.”San Francisco …last_img read more

Greening it up in Cape Town

first_imgA tranquil scene in the Company Gardens, situated in the heart of Cape Town next to the parliament precinct. (Image: City of Cape Town) The Green Point stadium in July 2009, with Table Mountain in the background. (Image: City of Cape Town) A selection of the icons that will soon become familiar to everyone using the Cape Town green map. (Image: Green Map System) Janine ErasmusGreen-minded Capetonians and visitors can now rest assured that their living, working and playing impact on the environment will be minimal, thanks to the Cape Town green map.The map is a 2010 Fifa World Cup legacy project initiated by the City of Cape Town as part of its Green Goal 2010 action plan. Green Goal 2010 aims to make the upcoming World Cup as gentle on the environment as possible.The green map joins other projects in one of nine Green Goal target areas, this one set to specifically promote environmental awareness, sustainable lifestyles and environmentally efficient building practices.Projects include an anti-littering and waste recycling campaign, a campaign to encourage drinking of tap water rather than bottled water (as the quality of local tap water is more than sufficient), and green buying for events related to 2010.Plans are underway to include the green map in the 2010 visitors’ and event guides, thereby promoting responsible tourism.And as a 2010 legacy project, the map will endure as a valuable resource for residents, visitors and the commercial sector.Leading the wayLaunched on World Environment Day in June 2009, the green map is currently only available online, but a print version is expected before the end of 2009.Cape Town is one of the few cities on the globe to lie within a national park and according to city management, is therefore perfectly positioned to lead the way on the continent with a green map. Not only is the initiative the first in Africa, but it is also the first to map the city from a green perspective.As one of the world’s most sought-after destinations, Cape Town is bracing itself for a surge of football- and nature-mad tourists over the months of June and July 2010, and beyond. Cape Town is a 2010 host city, and now boasts a state-of-the-art, newly renovated venue – the spectacular Green Point stadium that is scheduled for completion in December 2009.The region is also home to the Cape floral kingdom, the smallest of the world’s six floral kingdoms, but by far the richest. At least 70%, or about 6 200, of the 9 000-plus plant species of the Cape Floral Kingdom are found nowhere else on Earth. There are six endemic species of birds, four of mammals, 22 of reptiles, 16 of amphibians, and 14 of freshwater fish.This unique environment and wealth of biodiversity is one of the city’s greatest assets. The development of the green map aims to help protect that environment by guiding visitors and residents in ways of sustainable living.It also points out the greenest spots in Cape Town and offers an ever-growing directory of green products and services. These include green spaces, alternative energy sites, green accommodation, green markets and eateries, green events, recycling sites and drop-off points, and much more.Global communityCape Town is now part of a worldwide network of 566 similar maps in 55 countries in the Green Map community.One of the project’s outstanding features is that it is powered by the open source Green Map system, which combines a globally accepted set of standard icons with Google’s advanced mapping technology. Users are encouraged to submit their favourite sites for inclusion.The green map’s icon set is divided into three categories – culture and society, sustainable living, and nature. These cover everything from eco-clubs to sources of organic local food to community gardens, bicycle paths, fairtrade companies, green map availability points (for the printed version), amphibian habitats and scenic viewpoints.Do you have queries or comments about this article? Contact Janine Erasmus at [email protected] articlesCape Town “best city on the world”Cape Town: a sustainable cityCape Town makes elite listUseful linksCape Town green mapGlobal green map systemGreen Goal – City of Cape TownBiodiversity hotspotslast_img read more

Rangers too Much for Rival Devils 5-2

first_imgNEW YORK (AP) — Despite their trade deadline-depleted lineup, the Rangers got off to a fast start and dominated the Devils.Ryan Strome had two goals, Chris Kreider and Jimmy Vesey each had a goal and an assist, and New York beat New Jersey 5-2 on Saturday.Both teams sat key players with the league’s trade deadline two days away.“We all knew this day was a possibility,” Rangers coach David Quinn said. “It doesn’t make it less emotional.”The Rangers sat forwards Mats Zuccarello and Kevin Hayes as well as defenseman Adam McQuaid.“These guys have been here awhile. Obviously Adam has been here a little less, but he’s made a big impact in that locker room,” Quinn said.“Zucc’s been here for a long time and so has Hayesy, their personalities can really take over a locker room, so not only do we lose what they give us on the ice, you’re also talking about a locker room presence and guys who are highly respected and highly liked, not only by the players, but the coaches. Tough day. Couldn’t be prouder of our guys.”New Jersey Devils goaltender Cory Schneider stops the puck during the second period of an NHL hockey game against the New York Rangers Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019, at Madison Square Garden in New York. (AP Photo/ Bill Kostroun)Zuccarello was later traded to Dallas for a conditional second-round draft pick this year, and a conditional third-round pick in 2020.Brady Skjei also scored. Mika Zibanejad and Pavel Buchnevich each had two assists and Alexandar Georgiev made 19 saves for the Rangers.“Obviously a ton of emotions on a day like this, tough time of year,” Kreider said. “Proud how the guys battled. Didn’t let it affect our start.”Andy Greene and Kenny Agostino scored and Cory Schneider had 29 saves for the Devils.The Devils were in a similar situation to the Rangers. They traded defenseman Ben Lovejoy to Dallas for defenseman Connor Carrick and a third-round pick earlier in the day and also kept out forward Marcus Johansson.“We have guys playing roles they’re not used to playing,” coach John Hynes said. “You get a guy like Lovejoy who’s out. We’ve got continue with those guys. You’ve got guys learning on the job, playing different roles.”Trailing 3-0 in the third period, the Devils scored when Agostino got his third of the season at 2:20. He took advantage of a turnover in the Rangers’ zone to score his first goal with the Devils.The Rangers answered as defenseman Skjei sent a one-timer past Schneider for his fourth of the season. The score withstood a video review for goalie interference.“To finally put one in, it felt really good. It was a good play by Mika and Kreids in front of the net and I just had to put it on net,” Skjei said.The Devils rallied again as Greene took a pass from Kyle Palmieri and wristed it past Georgiev for his fourth of the season at 12:59.Strome added an empty-netter in the final minute for his second of the game to clinch the win.New York Rangers center Ryan Strome (16) celebrates his goal against New Jersey Devils goaltender Cory Schneider (35) as Devils defenseman Eric Gryba (2) and Rangers center Filip Chytil (72) look on during the first period of an NHL hockey game Saturday, Feb. 22, 2019, at Madison Square Garden in New York. (AP Photo/ Bill Kostroun)Early on, the Rangers dominated the matchup between the area rivals and playoff also-rans in the Eastern Conference. They opened the scoring with two goals early in the first period.Vesey scored his 14th of the season off a scramble in front of the net at 4:48 just as a Devils penalty expired. A few minutes later and with a Devils power play about to end, Vladislav Namestnikov drew a tripping penalty on Drew Stafford to give the Rangers another man advantage. And they took advantage.With the power play nearly over, Kreider sent a no-look pass to Strome, who scored his ninth of the season. Buchnevich assisted on both of the goals.The Rangers kept up the pressure and made it 3-0. Kreider scored on another scramble in front of the Devils’ net for his 25th of the season. The Rangers outshot the Devils 15-4 in the period.“I think we’ve got to have more pushback, I don’t think we had a lot of physicality,” Hynes said. “I think we got outcompeted, I think we got manhandled on the puck.”NOTES: Vesey’s goal ended Schneider’s shutout streak at more than 85 minutes. … Saturday’s trade gives the Devils nine picks in the 2019 draft, including five in the first three rounds. … Kreider has scored at least 25 goals in a season for the second time in his NHL career. His career high is 28 in the 2016-17 season. … Zibanejad has reached 60 points in a season for the first time in his NHL career. … The Rangers tied a single-period season-high with three goals in the first period.UP NEXT:Devils: host the Canadiens on Monday.Rangers: face the defending Stanley Cup champion Capitals in D.C. on Sunday afternoon.___By SIMMI BUTTAR, AP Sports WriterTweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

Honor View 20 at Rs 25,999 on Amazon makes it a flagship worth buying

first_imgHonor is holding its Honor Friendship Days sale on Amazon India between July 25 to July 29, 2019. The sale will see some exciting offers and discounts on Honor smartphone such as the Honor Play, Honor 10 Lite and Honor 8X, among others. But perhaps the most exciting smartphone on offer is the Honor View 20 (Review), which is the company’s premium flagship device this year that is being sold for as low as Rs 25,999 during the Friendship Days sale.To recall, the Honor View 20 was launched back in January with a starting price of Rs 37,999 for the variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. This same storage model is now available at Rs 25,999 during the Honor Friendship Days sale until July 29. The 8GB + 256GB storage variant, meanwhile, is available for Rs 31,999, down from Rs 45,999.The Honor View 20 is a terrific flagship smartphone based on our time reviewing the device back in January. Before we tell you why it is perhaps the best deal right now at Rs 25,999, we take a quick look at its specifications.Honor View 20 specificationsThe Honor View 20 offers a premium design language as it uses a combination of glass and metal. The 3D curved glass panel on the back comes in Balck and Blue colour options. The View 20 sports a 6.4-inch FHD+ (1080×2310 pixels) TFT LCD display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio and a 91.8 per cent screen-to-body ratio. The screen gets a punch-hole cutout on the top left corner that houses a selfie camera. The View 20 is powered by a flagship Kirin 980 chipset paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It houses a 4,000mAh battery and supports Huawei’s 40W Super Charge fast charging tech. The View 20 also ships with Android Pie with Magic UI 2.0 on top.advertisementNotably, the Honor View 20 is the world’s first phone to sport a 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor, which has since been seen on a number of smartphones. The View 20 also gets a secondary ToF (Time of Flight) camera. Up front, the View 20 offers a 25MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture.Honor View 20 is worth buying during Honor Friendship Days saleThe Honor View 20 is easily one of the best flagship phones of 2019. It offers a terrific combination of features in 2019 and is the phone that kick started the punch-hole display and 48MP camera trends. The View 20 brings an attractive FHD+ display, which looks great despite being an LCD screen. It is also the most affordable phone right now to be powered by a flagship Kirin 980 chipset.With the Kirin 980 SoC and a generous amount of RAM, the View 20 will deliver blazing fast performance similar to what you would get on device like the Honor 20 or Huawei P30 Pro. The cameras on board are also some of the best you will find in this price segment. It also delivers a great battery life paired with the convenience of rapid fast charging. Overall, the View 20 is a complete flagship experience and is worth every penny at its new pricing. In fact, the discounted pricing makes the Honor View 20 a great alternative to the newly launched Redmi K20 Pro as well.ALSO READ | Honor View 20 review: The flagship Honor is a hole lot of funlast_img read more

Network for Good DonateNow Lite versus PayPal

first_imgNeed to start online fundraising? Have you checked out PayPal or Google Checkout?It’s time to consider a better (but still free!) solution. Network for Good provides a free online fundraising service to registered 501(c)3 organizations — DonateNow Lite.How does DonateNow Lite compare to Paypal?Donor experience is heightened because of Network for Good’s use of a donation form (rather than a shopping cart).Donors receive automated tax receipts and online donation history.You can accept recurring donations.You can track donations with online reports.Our service is registered to process donations for nonprofits from the residents of all 50 states + DC — PayPal is not. (While Network for Good is a registered charity in all requiring states, we recommend that you also seek professional advice for your unique situation in complying with applicable laws governing charitable appeals in the respective states.)Network for Good is a nonprofit like you are.We offer our subscribers free fundraising training & resources at www.fundraising123.org.Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions!last_img read more

How to Build Relationships and Achieve Fundraising Success in a Web 2.0 World

first_imgPresented October 10, 2008 at the The Technology in the Arts Conference in Pittsburgh. Download the slides [PDF] below.Social networking tools like Facebook, MySpace and blogs were the hot topic of the past year. So are they worth your time?  How can you fundraise successfully with Web 2.0?  Does using the Internet mean getting rid of your offline marketing tactics?Establishing your organization’s brand and presence on the Web, with opportunities for potential donors to learn, blog, question and connect, leads to community-building and, ultimately, long-term giving. Join Jono Smith, director of marketing at Network for Good, to learn how to build affinity for your organization and use your Web presence to turn Web visitors into Web donors.Session attendees will leave with:Practical tips for how (and why) to dive into online fundraisingAn understanding of the new “Web 2.0? model of online communicationsHow and why community-building works for fundraising, and how you can empower your supporters to become champions for your causeWhy Web 2.0 makes community-building easier for youSession Leader:Jono Smith is responsible for marketing Network for Good’s online fundraising services to nonprofit organizations.  Network for Good is a nonprofit organization that helps other nonprofits raise money and reach supporters online.  Network for Good has processed more than $200 million in donations for 30,000 nonprofits since its 2001 founding by AOL, Cisco and Yahoo!.  Prior to joining Network for Good, Jono spent eight years at SunGard Higher Education, where he was responsible for managing the company’s marketing efforts in Europe and the Middle East.  Jono also held marketing and sales positions at SCT and Campus Pipeline, before their acquisitions by SunGard.  Prior to this, Jono served in the Clinton Administration as Special Assistant to the Director of White House Communications.  Jono holds an undergraduate degree in English from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.  In his personal time, Jono has raised over $10,000 for AIDS vaccine research.last_img read more

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