Maziar Brick House / Naghshe Khak Architectural Group

first_img Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/918873/maziar-brick-house-naghshe-khak-architectural-group Clipboard Maziar Brick House / Naghshe Khak Architectural Group Maziar Brick House / Naghshe Khak Architectural GroupSave this projectSaveMaziar Brick House / Naghshe Khak Architectural Group Projects ArchDaily Iran Save this picture!© Vahid Joudi+ 41Curated by Clara Ott Share “COPY” “COPY” Architects: Naghshe Khak Architectural Group Area Area of this architecture project Area:  210 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Farid Ebrahimi – Pedram Shaygancenter_img CopyHouses•Royan, Iran ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/918873/maziar-brick-house-naghshe-khak-architectural-group Clipboard Year:  Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Robert McNeel & Associates, Sahand Varamimn Houses Lead Architects: Products used in this ProjectRenders / 3D AnimationAutodesk3DS Max – 3D Design SoftwareRenders / 3D AnimationAutodeskAutoCAD 2D and 3D Design SoftwareClients:Omid ShayganEngineering:Pedram shaygan, Sheida KouhestanLandscape:Sheida KouhestanDesign Team:Naghshe Khak Architectural GroupCity:RoyanCountry:IranMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Vahid JoudiText description provided by the architects. The project is located on an area of 250 square meters in a coastal complex with different owners and vacant lands in the city of “Royan”.Save this picture!© Vahid JoudiThe employer, as one of the main owners, was looking for a plan to create a pattern and background in the complex. A land near the entrance to the complex was dedicated to the project not only to provide the intended functions, but also to serve as a seasonal residence villa and a model for the future structure of the complex as well as displaying the employer’s interest in using bricks in frontal part of the complex.Save this picture!© Vahid JoudiConsidering the history of cooperation with the employer in the construction of the rustic projects; This time, the employer referred to us seeking a new combination of materials such as brick, metal, wood, and glass. The employer desired to display a unique and expandable building at the entrance of the complex with pieces of materials such as brick.Save this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!First floor planAt first, the main stain of the building was created by separating private and public functions with a bridge which interconnected them and by inserting voids in the main sitting room as well as assigning a terrace on the roof due to lack of space on the land.Save this picture!© Vahid JoudiLater, the main facade was covered with large glass textures in order to maximize the connection between the interior and exterior, providing visibility, lighting, and transparency.Save this picture!© Vahid JoudiNow, by adding brick textures to the glass, we have made adjustments to the transparency and harmony in the facade of the building.Save this picture!© Vahid JoudiWe were able to install heavy bricks on glass surfaces by using dry stone techniques and control the brick textures on the main structure in order to have a demonstration of brick suspended surfaces on the glass, besides creating different indoor and outdoor spaces, light play and shadows. By this mean, we are able to challenge the definition of heavy and light in the viewer’s mind, also make him observe and admire the building.Save this picture!© Vahid JoudiThe connection between the interior and exterior was also considered as a matter in the design, due to the transparency of the building; Relying on materials such as wood, stone and iron, we tried to provide the right combination of materials between the interior and exterior. Moreover, we benefited from elements such as fireplaces and stairs to create the appropriate visual connection.Save this picture!© Vahid JoudiProject gallerySee allShow lessDengfenglai Guest House / ZX STUDIOSelected ProjectsSEEING Jewelry Store / Pures DesignSelected Projects Share Photographs:  Vahid Joudi Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project 2017 Photographs CopyAbout this officeNaghshe Khak Architectural GroupOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRoyanIranPublished on June 14, 2019Cite: “Maziar Brick House / Naghshe Khak Architectural Group” 13 Jun 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Wildcats Place 1st In Home 3-Way Track Meet

first_imgFranklin County High School Girls Varsity Track finishes 1st place at (Centerville – Union County) home meet.FC 82, Centerville 42, Union County 32.Franklin County High School Boys Varsity Track finishes 1st place at (Centerville – Union County) home meet.FC 68, Centerville 44, Union County 40.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Joe Davidson.last_img

Stanford doctor addresses Indiana prosecutors about opioids

first_imgFrench Lick, In. — Attendees of the Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council’s summer conference heard an address from Stanford University’s Dr. Anna Lembke, an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral science.Lembke came to the summer conference to talk specifically about her personal experience in treating people dealing with addictions to prescription drugs. She said there is a direct correlation between the massive increase in prescriptions for opioids to the spike in opioid related deaths. She also specified it wasn’t one certain set of physicians who were prescribing a large amount, all physicians are over-prescribing, she said.“Today in our culture, we really believe that pain is dangerous,” Lembke said. “I think it’s worth noting that this is a very modern concept. We used to believe that pain was a good thing and meant the body was healing. We don’t think of pain that way anymore.”Lembke spoke about her recent book Drug Dealer, M.D. which takes a deep dive into the opioid crisis gripping America, including how doctors and patients got into the crisis and possible ways to get out of it. With her background, Lembke has a unique perspective on what motivates those addicted to painkillers and why doctors have been susceptible to over-prescribing.Lembke took a deep dive into the startling number of prescriptions filled in the past ten years and the coinciding spike in the number of prescription overdose deaths. Currently in the United States, 16,000 people die from prescription opioid overdoses each year, according to the Center for Disease Control. As a medical professional who works with people struggling with pain and pill dependency, Lembke urged those in the audience to focus on what she thinks is the true culprit behind the opioid epidemic; pills being promoted as a quick fix to problems, over-prescribing and pharmaceutical companies working together with organized medicine to create profits at the expense of patients.Importantly, Lembke talked about possible solutions as more is revealed about the opioid crisis. One suggestion was more alternatives to treating pain, including physical therapy and group therapy, and making sure those treatments are covered by health insurance. She also stressed thinking of addiction as a remitting disease and build places inside medical centers to treat addiction.last_img read more

Brendan Rodgers wants Liverpool to take more risks but loses Jordan Henderson

first_img The Reds have netted only three times in their opening five Barclays Premier League games this season but will be hoping for a considerable boost to the tally on Sunday when they host Norwich, against whom they have notched 21 goals in their past five meetings. And even with a fresh injury blow for club captain Jordan Henderson, who faces a further eight weeks out of action, Rodgers is hopeful his side can respond in the desired fashion. Lallana himself was returning to action on Thursday after a month sidelined by a thigh problem, and Rodgers afterwards hailed the midfielder’s “outstanding” goal, adding: “It was his touch and creativity which we have not seen so much of this season.” And as he looked ahead to the Norwich game, Rodgers said of Lallana: “I think when he’s played he has been excellent and if he plays consistently over a period of time, Adam will reach the numbers that we would like from him – I think it is only injuries that have curbed that so far. “His goal on Thursday will be great for his confidence. He has not been training that long, so to come through 90 minutes of a game at that level and score the goal he did shows he has got his eye back in very early and he will be looking to push on now.” Liverpool also have key playmaker Philippe Coutinho available again after he missed the United defeat due to a one-match suspension. Defender Kolo Toure is being assessed having sustained a dead leg in the Bordeaux contest. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers wants to see his side taking more risks in attack as they bid to remedy their goalscoring problem. Press Association And Rodgers said ahead of the contest at Anfield: “It is about risk-taking. “I think, for some reason, that wee bit of risk has gone out of our game. “We need to ensure we take those risks in order to create in the game and bring that intensity to it. “The players have been working really hard at that over the last week or so and it only takes that one performance to spin the season around again.” Liverpool – with seven points so far, the same as newly-promoted Norwich – go into Sunday’s match having lost their previous two league games, 3-0 to West Ham and then 3-1 at Manchester United. In terms of risk-taking, Rodgers may well be thinking of the kind of individual moments of daring that saw Christian Benteke score acrobatically at Old Trafford – or Adam Lallana nutmeg an opponent before slotting in during Thursday’s 1-1 Europa League draw at Bordeaux. Rodgers has expressed his confidence about things improving for the Reds as various personnel become available again, with Daniel Sturridge and Joe Allen in contention to make their comebacks from injury on Sunday. Henderson, though, has broken a bone in his right foot in training on Friday – just as he was due to return from a heel problem. last_img read more