Park Slope Townhouse / Resolution: 4 Architecture

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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Park Slope Townhouse / Resolution: 4 Architecture United States ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard “COPY” Area:  5000 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Manufacturers: Hansgrohe, Lutron, Accurate, Blanco, DuPont, EDEL GRASS, Miele, NanaWall, Schlage, Speakman, Subzero/Wolf, WASCO Skylights, Wittus, Zuma, Graf Brothers, HandiLift, Juno, Omega Panel Products, Parex-GroupDesign Team:Colin Murtaugh, AIA; Terrence Seah; Jessica WilcockCity:New YorkCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of Resolution: 4 ArchitectureRecommended ProductsWindowsLibartVertical Retracting Doors & WindowsWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40DoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceText description provided by the architects. This new construction, five-story townhouse is home to a young family of four. The façade combines brick, speaking to the neighbors; a cedar rainscreen; and black aluminum panels. Maintaining an indoor-outdoor connection throughout was important to the clients, so despite the narrow 25-foot lot, each floor opens to exterior spaces. Concurrently, maintaining a comfortable level of privacy from the street and neighbors was also critical.Save this picture!© Eric Soltan PhotographyThe garden level houses a mudroom, guest bedroom and playroom that open to the backyard, where turf tiles create a maintenance-free lawn and weathering-steel bamboo planters provide privacy. Up the exterior stair, a water wall screens from the neighbors the dining terrace, which opens to the double height living space on the main level.Save this picture!SectionA custom teak sofa, flanked on one side with an aquarium for the owner’s salt-water fish, defines the sunken living room. Opposite the sofa, black steel shelving holds media equipment and a fireplace. A wall of custom teak cabinetry stitches together the living spaces, provides storage, and stretches up to the mezzanine level to create a sofa pod for movie watching. The curving, white Corian island grounds the main level and includes a breakfast banquette at one end.Save this picture!© Eric Soltan PhotographySave this picture!Floor plansSave this picture!© Eric Soltan PhotographyIn an effort to make vertical living feel natural, an open tread stair, made from structural Parallam lumber, stitches the levels together. The treads wrap a black steel-clad wall that runs through all five stories like a skewer. The stair’s openness allows for light, air and sound to pass between floors, and the landings feel like a part of the living spaces, enhancing connectivity between levels.Save this picture!Courtesy of Resolution: 4 ArchitectureThe mezzanine level opens to the living area below and a balcony facing the street, wrapped in a cedar slats for privacy. A study is tucked in corner with a built-in desk looking out a corner window. On the third floor, two kids’ bedrooms have large south-facing windows while the master bedroom opens to a private balcony on the north side with sliding glass doors. Save this picture!Courtesy of Resolution: 4 ArchitectureOn the top floor, which serves as an art studio, the façade steps back to preserve the street’s cornice line. This setback creates terraces on either side of the studio and helps maintain privacy. A solid parapet wall shields sightlines from the street and neighbors without inhibiting views of Park Slope beyond.Save this picture!Courtesy of Resolution: 4 ArchitectureOperable windows throughout and the open stair allow for both stack and cross ventilation. Practically, incorporating lots of glazing raises questions about energy efficiency. In response, radiant heating efficiently heats the whole house, and is broken into many zones, which allows levels that aren’t always in use to be controlled separately. EIFS (exterior insulation and finish system) and insulated metal panels provide continuous insulation at the building envelope, helping to reduce heating and cooling loads. A solar canopy shades the upper roof terrace and helps offset the home’s electrical loads. Additionally, daylighting fulfills lighting needs most days, and all lighting is LED, helping to lower electricity usage. On the roof terraces, light colored pavers help minimize the heat island effect.Save this picture!© Eric Soltan PhotographyProject gallerySee allShow lessMon Repos Turtle Centre / KIRKSelected ProjectsCasa Carmela / Fae + NOMADASelected Projects Share Park Slope Townhouse / Resolution: 4 ArchitectureSave this projectSavePark Slope Townhouse / Resolution: 4 ArchitectureSave this picture!© Eric Soltan Photography+ 20Curated by Paula Pintos Share Year:  Photographs:  Eric Soltan Photography Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Projects 2018 Architects: Resolution: 4 Architecture Area Area of this architecture project Houses “COPY” Photographslast_img read more

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El Gobernador Wolf enmienda la declaración de emergencia para sumar asistencia a los condados de Erie, Delaware y Montgomery durante las protestas

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter El Gobernador Wolf enmienda la declaración de emergencia para sumar asistencia a los condados de Erie, Delaware y Montgomery durante las protestas Español,  Press Release,  Proclamations,  Public Safety El Gobernador Tom Wolf enmendó esta tarde su declaración de emergencia por desastre del 30 de mayo para sumar a los condados de Erie, Delaware y Montgomery con el fin de brindarles toda la asistencia necesaria mientras responden a la escalada de protestas. Estos condados se unen a los condados de Philadelphia, Pittsburgh y Dauphin, que estaban en la declaración original.“La población tiene todo el derecho de alzar la voz y manifestarse, pero es inaceptable aprovechar las protestas para incitar a la violencia, dañar a otros y destruir propiedades”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Enmiendo esta declaración para sumar más condados afectados por la violencia que estalló luego de protestas pacíficas en los condados de Erie, Delaware y Montgomery durante el fin de semana”.La declaración autoriza al Estado y sus organismos a colaborar con los municipios en su respuesta para reducir la violencia y garantizar la seguridad pública.El sábado, el Gobernador Wolf anunció la activación ampliada del Centro de coordinación de respuesta del Estado en la Agencia de manejo de emergencias de Pennsylvania (PEMA, por sus siglas en inglés). Esa activación, junto con esta declaración, autoriza a PEMA a dirigir operaciones de emergencia en estos seis condados, asignando todos los recursos y el personal que se consideren necesarios para afrontar la situación.Asimismo, la declaración original asigna $2 millones en fondos asignados no utilizados a PEMA para gastos del Pacto de asistencia para la gestión de emergencias relacionados con esta emergencia, para que se aumenten o disminuyan según lo exijan las condiciones, y transferir hasta $4 millones en fondos asignados no utilizados, para que se aumenten o disminuyan según lo exijan las condiciones, a PEMA en concepto de gastos autorizados e incurridos relacionados con esta emergencia. Los fondos no utilizados serán devueltos al Fondo General.La declaración autoriza al Ayudante General de la Guardia Nacional de Pennsylvania y al Comisionado de la Policía del Estado de Pennsylvania a activar al personal y a utilizar los recursos necesarios para aliviar el peligro para la salud y la seguridad pública causado por esta emergencia.Lea la declaración enmendada aquí.View this information in English.center_img June 01, 2020last_img read more

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