first_img Year:  House Near El Cerro De Chipinque / Surber Barber Choate + Hertlein Architects House Near El Cerro De Chipinque / Surber Barber Choate + Hertlein ArchitectsSave this projectSaveHouse Near El Cerro De Chipinque / Surber Barber Choate + Hertlein Architects Manufacturers: Lutron, Andersen Windows & Doors, Valli & Valli ArchDaily Area:  10000 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeSurber Barber Choate + Hertlein ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSan Pedro Garza GarcíaMexicoPublished on July 19, 2017Cite: “House Near El Cerro De Chipinque / Surber Barber Choate + Hertlein Architects” 19 Jul 2017. 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 Save this picture!© Phillip Spears+ 39 Share Photographs 2013 Architects: Surber Barber Choate + Hertlein Architects Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/871767/house-near-el-cerro-de-chipinque-surber-barber-choate-plus-hertlein-architects Clipboard Structural :Jorge GuerraContractor:Salvador AriasCity:San Pedro Garza GarcíaCountry:MexicoMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Phillip SpearsRecommended ProductsDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20Curtain WallsPOHLVentilated Curtain Wall – Europanel®DoorsLibartVertical Retracting Doors – Panora ViewDoorsAir-LuxPivoting DoorText description provided by the architects. The site for this single family residence is located immediately alongside the northern ridge of “El Cerro de Chipinque” in the Sierra Madre Oriental range in the state of Nuevo Leon in northeast Mexico. The house is configured to maximize views of the parallel ridgeline, as well as the dramatic peak, known as La Eme (“the M”), which terminates the eastern vista.Save this picture!© Phillip SpearsIn the configuration of the residence, interior and exterior spaces are defined primarily by vertical planes of concrete, sliding in and out of the house to define interior and exterior zones for living, exploring the themes of Transparency and Penetration.Save this picture!© Phillip SpearsSave this picture!© Phillip SpearsSecondary forms clad in thinly sliced black granite or contrasting white plaster express more solid and enclosed volumes. The texture and color of the granite allude to the visible rock peaks of the mountain range looming above. More monochromatic cut stone was used for flooring. Completing the palette of materials, warmer tones of wood are used inside and out which contrast with the coolness of the granite and concrete.Save this picture!© Phillip SpearsSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Phillip SpearsWhile the wood and stone components are largely expressed as simple cubic forms, the plasticity inherent in concrete is expressed and articulated with more complexity — forming portals, generating negative space, and framing views. The composition is an honest expression of materials, selected to provide a range of textures, and configured to provide a hierarchy of scale.Save this picture!© Phillip SpearsPassive solar design is employed to manage solar gain. Rain is harvested from the roof and stored for irrigation and decorative fountains. “Permanent” materials are used for lifecycle longevity, including a decay-resistant wood species on the exterior.Save this picture!© Phillip SpearsProject gallerySee allShow lessA Virtual Look Inside the Case Study House #3 by William W Wurster & Theodore BernardiArticlesPeople Are Sharing this Puzzle that Supposedly Tests Whether You’re “Smarter Than an…Architecture News Share Photographs:  Phillip Spears Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” CopyHouses•San Pedro Garza García, Mexico Projects Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/871767/house-near-el-cerro-de-chipinque-surber-barber-choate-plus-hertlein-architects Clipboard “COPY” James Choate III Mexico Lead Architects: last_img read more

first_imgRelatedPosts Onyekuru bids Galatasaray farewell Galatasaray offer €10m for Onyekuru UCL: Real pips hard-fighting Galatasaray Turkish Süper Lig club Galatasaray confirmed that its vice-chairman Abdürrahim Albayrak tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The club said Albayrak and his wife Şükran Albayrak both tested positive for the virus, adding that they were both in good health on the sixth day of a treatment process. Now 65 years old, Albayrak has served as a board member for Galatasaray as a fervent fan of the club. He served as an executive member of Galatasaray youth football from 1992 to 1994. Albayrak became as Galatasaray’s vice-chairman in an annual general assembly held in 2018. Meanwhile, its rivals Fenerbahçe said on the club’s official social media account that it hopes they would quickly recover.Tags: Abdurrahim AlbayakGalatasaraySukran AlbayrakSuper Liglast_img read more

first_imgFootball’s world governing body FIFA has also said it was looking into the claims, while the Danish sportswear company Hummel announced it had cancelled a sponsorship deal with the team due to the allegations.Afghanistan has made strides to promote female football — as well as the national side, four years ago it launched its first all-women’s football league that ran in parallel with the men’s.In 2017 the female teams were sidelined by a lack of funding.emh-lab/amuShare on: WhatsApp Kabul, Afghanistan | AFP |  Afghanistan has suspended five officials including the president of the country’s football federation over allegations of sexual and physical abuse against the national women’s team, officials said Sunday.The decision comes days after President Ashraf Ghani ordered the attorney general to conduct a “thorough investigation” into what he called “shocking” claims of abuse by male officials against members of the women’s team — allegations that were first reported in Britain’s Guardian newspaper.“The attorney general’s office has suspended… the president of the football federation, his deputy, the federation’s secretary general, the head of goalkeepers and the head of provincial coordinators,” Jamshid Rasuli, spokesman for the attorney general, told AFP.“To conduct the investigations thoroughly, collect evidence and to ensure justice, the team of prosecutors decided to suspend these people,” he said, adding that all the suspended officials were male.The Guardian cited what it described as senior figures associated with the women’s team who said the abuse had taken place in Afghanistan, including at the Afghanistan Football Federation (AFF) headquarters, and at a training camp in Jordan last February.The story quoted former captain Khalida Popal — who fled the country after receiving death threats and has spoken out previously about the discrimination women face in Afghanistan — as saying male officials were “coercing” female players.Popal welcomed news of the suspensions, tweeting: “If we all stand together and raise our voice and become the #Voice4voiceless no one would be dare to hurt innocents. #Football is not abuse.”Safi Sadab, an AFF spokesman, told AFP the federation was ready to “cooperate with the investigation”.last_img read more

first_imgThree boaters were rescued Saturday evening in Belle Glade, after their vessel capsized.Palm Beach County Fire Rescue crews responded to the 1500 block of Torrey Island Road at 7:17 p.m. and located three patients in the water near the capsized vessel.The three people were brought back to shore and transported to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries.last_img

first_imgAdam Taliaferro (NNPA)—Adam Taliaferro, a former Penn State football player who overcame an injury which once paralyzed him, is running for a soon-to-be vacant seat in New Jersey.Taliaferro, 29, is among seven candidates running for the seat of Gloucester County freeholder, a position equivalent to a city council member. The position is opening due to the retirement of current Freeholder Warren Wallace. “As much as I will miss Dr. Wallace…I will welcome Adam with open arms,” Freeholder Heather Simmons told The Gloucester County Times. Taliaferro “is talented and intelligent and insightful, and he brings a focus on teamwork and perseverance, and a talent of working with people to accomplish tasks that others would think were impos­sible.”In 2000, Taliaferro severely injured his spinal cord while making a tackle in a game versus Ohio State, which resulted in paralysis. He was given a minute chance to walk again, but after successful surgery to fuse his C-5 vertebrae, he ran out onto the field at the 2001 season opener against Miami.His story inspired a book, “Miracle in the Making: The Adam Taliaferro Story.”Taliaferro earned his undergraduate degree from Penn State in 2005 and received a law degree from Rutgers in 2008 according to The Altoona Mirror. He currently practices law in New Jersey.(Reprinted from the Afro American)last_img read more

first_imgPittsburgh’s James Conner (24) rushes for a 16-yard touchdown ahead of North Carolina’s Des Lawrence (2) in the second quarter of an NCAA college football game on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014, in Chapel Hill, N.C. (AP Photo/The News & Observer, Robert Willett)CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) – Amid all its ups and downs this season, North Carolina has at least proven it can come up with big last-minute plays to win games.On Saturday, that even included the Tar Heels’ woeful defense.T.J. Logan scored from 1 yard out with 50 seconds left, then Shakeel Rashad recovered a fumble near midfield to seal the Tar Heels’ 40-35 win against Pittsburgh.Logan’s short scoring run capped a 75-yard drive and marked his second go-ahead touchdown in the final minute of a game this season for the Tar Heels (5-5, 3-3 Atlantic Coast Conference), who rallied from 14 down early and withstood the latest huge performance from league-leading rusher James Conner.“They keep practicing hard,” coach Larry Fedora said. “Their attitudes are good. They believe and they believe in each other. As long as they do that, we’ll be fine.”Marquise Williams had a big day for UNC, running for 122 yards and three touchdowns while throwing for 276 yards and a score. He calmly led that final drive with a couple of clutch plays, including a fourth-down keeper when the Tar Heels opted against trying a 46-yard field goal while trailing 35-34.Then, after Logan’s score, Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik fumbled on a keeper after Malik Simmons’ hard hit that flipped Voytik over. Rashad pounced on the loose ball with 15 seconds left, the clinching stop for a defense that ranks among the nation’s worst statistically.“We had a lot of adversity throughout the game and sometimes it gets the better of us with big plays or whatever,” Rashad said. “But we fight back and when it really comes time to bow our necks and make a play, I think we’re pretty good at doing that.”That included hanging in against the tailback Rashad described as “250 pounds of adversity.” Conner ran for 220 yards and four touchdowns, including the 22-yard score with 3:33 left that gave Pitt (4-6, 2-4) the 35-34 lead.But that plenty of time for the Tar Heels, who were in that exact position less than a month earlier.In the last home game, Georgia Tech went ahead on a 75-yard reverse with 3:07 left, before Williams led the go-ahead drive for the winning score with 11 seconds to go.Logan had the winner there, too, scoring from 2 yards out for the 48-43 win.“I felt like when they went down and scored, just like Georgia Tech, we just pulled together,” Logan said. “Nobody was blaming anyone. We knew we had to score and we did it.”The teams each entered needing two wins in the final three games to become bowl eligible. Now the Tar Heels are a win closer, while the Panthers must beat both Syracuse and Miami.“I thought there was a lot of fight in our group,” Pitt coach Paul Chryst said. “Guys put it out there but didn’t find a way to get a victory.”Conner scored from 56 yards out on the game’s first possession, then added scoring runs of 16 and 2 yards before breaking four tackles and dragging two defenders the final few yards on his last TD. Along the way, he set ACC and program records for most season rushing yards by a sophomore.Conner now has 21 rushing touchdowns this season, tying the ACC single-season record.Tyler Boyd also had a big day for Pitt, catching five passes for 160 yards and a 50-yard score, as Pitt finished with 523 total yards.Ryan Switzer had a 63-yard catch-and-run touchdown early in the third quarter for the Tar Heels. Logan ran for 92 yards in a short-handed backfield, with tailback Romar Morris suspended one game after a recent DWI arrest, freshman Elijah Hood missing a fourth straight game with an injury and sophomore Khris Francis injuring his right leg on a kickoff return.The Tar Heels were also without linebacker Travis Hughes because of an unspecified violation of team policy.___Follow Aaron Beard on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/aaronbeardaplast_img read more

first_imgKiley said she believes overprescribing is a catalyst for the opioid crisis and hopes increased regulating efforts will be made. “To me, that’s like treating an addiction to vodka with one beer a day,” Kiley said in a Jan. 29 interview with The Two River Times. Updated totals published Jan. 30 by the Prosecutor’s Office revealed that in 2018 there were 215 recorded drug-related overdose deaths in the county, of which 183 deaths were related to heroin opiates – making last year the deadliest on record since the organization began tracking these incidences in 2012. “The opioid epidemic continues to devastate families and communities across our state,” Murphy said in a media release. “As we combat this crisis, it is critical that we use data-driven, evidence-based strategies to support individuals suffering from addiction and help them get on the path to recovery.” In July Murphy announced that New Jersey’s Medical Marijuana Program had grown by 10,000 patients since his administration took office at the start of 2018. These totals are a significant increase over the previous highs, recorded in 2016, of 164 drug-related overdose deaths, 150 of which were related to heroin opiates. • Supporting individuals on their path to and maintenance of recovery “Addiction is addiction. If you have an addictive personality it doesn’t really matter what the substance or activity is. Treating opioid addiction with marijuana might save a life, but I believe the individual will continue to be addicted. And if that marijuana high isn’t enough, they’ll eventually go back to opioids,” Kiley added. Additionally, Murphy announced four strategies for combatting the epidemic: Further, Medicaid will be building “Centers of Excellence” for opioid treatment at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. According to Carole Johnson, State Human Services commissioner, these centers will be used to support community-based clinicians in providing opioid addiction treatment. The dramatic increase was due to the six new additions to the program’s medical conditions list, including anxiety, migraines, Tourette’s syndrome, chronic pain related to musculoskeletal disorders and chronic visceral pain. One week after New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy unveiled a series of initiatives he hopes will stem the troubling tide of the opioid epidemic, the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office (MCPO) offered a snapshot of a deadly 2018. • Increasing access to evidence-based prevention and treatment programs One of the Murphy administration’s efforts includes the addition of opioid addiction to the list of medical conditions covered by New Jersey’s expanding Medical Marijuana Program. Medicaid is also planning to launch a series of efforts to advance accessibility to MAT, including initiating the Office Based Addiction Treatment (OBAT) program, which will create new Medicaid reimbursement incentives for primary care providers to offer MAT for opioid addiction. Newly elected Monmouth County Freeholder Susan M. Kiley said treating opioid addiction with marijuana is something she opposes. “I’m angry about it because I believe a huge percentage of those suffering in this opioid crisis started because they went to see a physician,” Kiley said. “They go in to be treated for an illness or an injur y and get overprescribed. We’re talking about young kids all the way up to seniors. It has to stop, and stronger regulations and better tracking of prescriptions is a way to start.” Use disorder is linked to dependence, in which a user may feel symptoms of withdrawal when coming of f a particular substance. These efforts are part of a developing plan to battle the opioid epidemic and Murphy has already advanced $100 million from his 2019 budget to put toward the fight. To help advance these initiatives, Murphy said Medicaid will remove the requirement for prior authorization for Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), which so often serves as an administrative barrier to life-saving treatment. • Building sound data systems and strengthening system-wide infrastructure for the addicted population Kiley, the Freeholder Board’s liaison to the County Health and Human Services Department, said she believes addiction is not always contingent on the product, but a user’s personality. • Delivering robust law enforcement to stem the supply of illicit drugs, while also supporting diversion programs Courtesy: Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Kiley said she disagrees with the commonly accepted sentiment that marijuana is not an addictive substance and, though it may not contain addictive properties, the National Institute on Drug Abuse indicates that marijuana use can lead to the development of use disorder.last_img read more

first_imgLike many other events this year, Raid the North Extreme was impacted by the heavy snowfall and late spring.“With 150% snowfall this year and the late melt, we had to make some last minute changes to the course just to deal with trails that were still under snow and check points along the water that were 100 meters off where they should be because the water’s so much higher,” said Race Director Geoff Langford. Even with course alterations, teams struggled with the terrain.“There was so much more water and snow than anticipated that it really slowed a lot of teams down. Because of all the moisture, bush has grown in heavier, there’s more deadfall that hasn’t been cleared yet…it slowed a lot of teams down for sure.”The NewZealand/Canadian team WildernessTraverse.com was awarded first place, while second went to Canadian team Wild Rose, and American team DART-Nuun-SportMulti placed third.Local team Kootenay Kaos did not finish the course on time.“The finish rate was a little lower than usual. We usually get half the teams finishing, and this year it was about a third.”Overall, the feedback from racers has been really positive, and for many teams, the terrain was more than they anticipated.“They love the area. Most of them were a little surprised at how rugged it was. They got to enjoy over 100 000 feet of elevation gained and lost throughout the week. Most teams weren’t really prepared for it. It surprised them and challenged them, and blew them away.” Geoff Langford, Race Director and Course Designer, has organized the race since its inauguration in 1999 and mixed business with pleasure in order to focus on the 2011 race. “I was moving personally to somewhere that I wanted to live, and I wanted to put on this race wherever that was. From past visits to the area and knowing the region, I decided this was the best place in Canada to put on a race and into live. I love it here.” Previous versions of the race have been held from Newfoundland to the Yukon. The Kootenays presented its own set of unique challenges.  “The biggest challenge was actually selecting what to include in the race course. There was just so many challenging areas, so many highlights, so many cool things I wanted to include that it was more work to pick out what I wanted to use. Usually I’m just trying to find enough!” Typically friendly locals were reluctant to help with course design while guarding their secret wilderness hideouts and mountain sweet spots. “It was an interesting process putting it together.Asking locals ‘what are the great spots, what are the hidden gems, what are the secret, cool spots…’ People aren’t that keen to share that stuff. I had to discover a lot of it for myself.”Langford persevered with the course design and chose landmarks and locations that were highlights for all the teams from start to finish.They started on Meadow Mountain and “when you’re standing in that meadow up there you get a 270 degree view of snow-capped mountains. It’s breathtaking, and I think it really set the pace for what they expected for the rest of the race.”“They got to bike the Seven Summits, which I think was a real highlight for most of them.  Trekking through Valhalla Park was definitely the highlight for everyone. Not a lot of locals even manage to get there.” Although Raid the North is the marquee event for Frontier Adventure Sports & Training, the company offers eight, 12, and 36 hour adventure races throughout the country. The next race is 12 hours through the Muskoka wilderness in Ontario.Langford plans to continue to take advantage of the Kootenay wilderness by offering an annual 36 hour race.“Over the next month or two we’ll be working with sponsors and see if we can pull it off. I’m pretty optimistic.”For more details on race coverage and Raid the North,visit the organization’s site.last_img read more

first_imgThe Cleveland Cavaliers plan to waive the ex-Warriors guard less than a week after agreeing to a two-year, $6 million deal. The Cavaliers had until Monday before deciding whether to retain McCaw on a … CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device* * *Subscribe to the Mercury News and East Bay Times for $40 a year and receive a free Warriors championship coffee table bookNearly six months later, Patrick McCaw might receive what he wanted after all.last_img

first_imgLATEST STORIES WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding MOST READ LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Read Next For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Futsal competition starts on Sept. 10 at University of Asia and the Pacific gym.“We balance the rigors of education and sports and try to excel in both,” said Poveda president Dr. Azucena Camagan, who led the season launch yesterday at Poveda Quezon City.CEU also ruled taekwondo, table tennis, badminton, swimming and cheerleading last season to bag the seniors overall crown. DLSZ was overall midgets and juniors winner.Poveda will defend the midgets cheerdance crown. Angelicum College, Assumption College, Chiang Kai Shek College, La Salle College Antipolo, Miriam College, St. Scholastica’s College and St. Stephen’s High School are the other member schools.ADVERTISEMENT First-time host Poveda College will lead 15 other schools in the opening ceremony which starts 10 a.m. at Philsports Arena in Pasig. Poveda alumnae who have excelled in their sports careers will be among the special guests. This season’s theme is “Audacia Sin Limites” (Courage without limits).UMAK will see action in all seniors sports–badminton, basketball, volleyball, cheerleading, futsal, swimming, taekwondo and table tennis, according to athletic director Dominador Lera, Jr. FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutOther events are cheerdance (midgets division only) and softball (juniors only) and demonstration sports poomsae and mini cheerdance (for Preparatory to third grade students).Volleyball defending champion San Beda College Alabang jumpstarts its bid on Sunday against Philippine Women’s University in the 2 p.m. main game at Rizal Memorial Coliseum. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Deaf personalities everyone should know PLAY LIST 04:26Deaf personalities everyone should know05:01What the Deaf want the hearing to know00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension WNCAA secretary general Ma. Angelica Dela Cruz, vice president Juanito Alamillo of CEU and executive director Maria Vivian Manila; Poveda academic support head Charisse Marie Raagas and Basic Education principal Annabelle Sanchez; commissioners Bryan Tabanag of basketball and Adrian Tabanag of volleyball; and representatives of the members schools joined Camagan in the press conference. ROMINA S. AUSTRIACentro Escolar University seeks a seventh straight senior basketball title while De La Salle Zobel, despite the graduation of four players to the junior ranks, is confident of nailing an unprecedented eighth consecutive midgets championship as the 48th Women’s National Collegiate Athletic Association unfurls this Saturday at Philsports Arena in Pasig.CEU will open its bid against league rookie University of Makati at 3 p.m. after the 12 noon junior clash between Poveda and Saint Jude Catholic School and the 1:30 p.m. midgets match pitting DLSZ and St. Paul College Pasig. ADVERTISEMENT Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Move on? Not so fast View commentslast_img read more