Arkvista Residence / arkiZON

first_img Turkey Architects: arkiZON Area Area of this architecture project Arkvista Residence / arkiZON Projects Products used in this ProjectFaucetsAXORBathroom Collection – AXOR Starck OrganicDesign Team:Emin Balkış Elvan ÇalışkanConstruction Project Group:Canan Şen Öztabak, Elvan Ariker, Elif Erkmen, Bahar NamaProject Manager:Elvan ÇalışkanOwner:ArkkonContractor:ArkkonLandscape Design:Yeşilvadi Bahçe ve FidanlığıLightning Design:Hi- TecEngineering:AKEMConstruction Manager:Oğuz ÜçerCity:KadıköyCountry:TurkeyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Yercekim Architectural PhotographyText description provided by the architects. Arkvista is located in Caddebostan where was used as Istanbul’s summer residence neighbourhood. This neighbourhood has been transformed for years, and became today’s quiet residential appearance. Nowadays, Caddebostan and the district around are going through another transformation. This transformation aims to renovate buildings which are old and weak for earthquakes. In this context, Arkvista was designed to bring the traces of modern architecture into the district.Save this picture!© Yercekim Architectural PhotographySave this picture!Floor 0Save this picture!© Yercekim Architectural PhotographyArkvista has a rectangle land which is located at the back parcel of the main beach axis. Accordingly, while the large facade is looking to a narrow street, the narrow facade is looking to the busy traffic of Cemil Topuzlu Street. From the fourth floor to the top floor,  the apartments are looking through Marmara Sea which contains the view of Prince Island. Consequently, there is the plan scheme of a broad view of the building at the front with a balcony and the living room, followed by the kitchen, bedrooms and baths as one apartment per floor.Save this picture!© Yercekim Architectural PhotographyNarrow facade, which has a sea view from the balconies, is shaped by movement of a vertical line that continues all over the surface. Balconies are set back at the point where they meet the line and these movements are reflected in each plan on each floor. Through this movement each floor gets a unique and distractive schematic plan. However, the balconies are not too tight they have a sufficient range of use. Save this picture!© Yercekim Architectural PhotographyWide facade, which is perceived shore line of Bostancı, is divided by narrow vertical panels in order to soften the width of the facade. These panels are continuing for fourteen floors. Alucobond aluminium composite panels, which reflect the sky, and Kale Sinterflex panels that are lightweight and has a stone appearance, are used for the facade. These vertical panels are divided by horizontal Alucobond panels in every three floors in order to balance the height of fourteen floor building.Save this picture!Floor 14Landscape is designed with grass pavers the public street and the site of the building is designed with plants instead of high walls that create a pressure to the street.Save this picture!© Yercekim Architectural PhotographyProject gallerySee allShow lessAIUEnO Restaurant / MIEL ArquitectosSelected ProjectsBusiness School Atrium Extension / IO StudioSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Caddebostan, 34728 Kadıköy/İstanbul, TurkeyLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Year:  Manufacturers: AXOR, Cosentino, Geberit, Hansgrohe, Alubond, Atlas Schindler, Berker, Daikin, Danfoss, Gaggenau, Grohe, Kale, Miele, Scavolini, Viessmann, Villeroy & Boch, VitrA, Alucobond, Ardo, Atika, +13Blanko, DT Stone, Dyo, Efesus Stone, Gorbon Tiles, Hi-Tec, Juno Design & Manufacture, Mood Desorasyon, Pierinelli, Schuco, Sukar, Triveneta Parchetti, İnşaat Malzemeleri-13 Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Save this picture!© Yercekim Architectural Photography+ 26 Sharelast_img read more

Arcade Fire Performs 2004 LP ‘Funeral’ In Its Entirety For The First Time Ever [Videos]

first_img[Video: Daanon DeCock]Arcade Fire – “Wake Up”[Video: Eddie Monterrubio]For reference, you can listen to Arcade Fire’s 2004 debut album, Funeral, below via Spotify:Arcade Fire – Funeral – Full AlbumFor more information on Arcade Fire’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website here.[H/T Consequence Of Sound] On Thursday night, Arcade Fire rolled through Los Angeles as part of their ongoing Everything Now world tour, which will conclude this weekend with a two-night stand in Berkley, California and a headlining appearance at Life Is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas.During Arcade Fire’s performance at the Greek Theatre, the famed Canadian indie rock band surprised the audience by playing their hit debut album, 2004’s Funeral, in its entirety for the first time ever. Arcade Fire’s run through Funeral comprised the entirety of their first set, with the final track on the album, “In The Backseat”, marking the first time the band has performed the tune this tour.As frontman Win Butler explained to the crowd during their performance of the classic album, “We’re not sentimental, but it’s just been 14 years since Funeral so we felt like playing it.”As for the second set, Arcade Fire offered up a mix of tracks off their recently released album, Everything Now, which they have been supporting throughout this global tour, as well as a selection of tunes from across their catalog. 2007’s Neon Bible was represented with “My Body Is A Cage” and “Intervention”; 2010’s The Suburbs was showcased with its title track as well as “Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)” and “Ready To Start”; and 2013’s Reflektor was represented with a set-opening take on the album’s title track.You can watch selections from Arcade Fire’s Thursday night performance at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre below. Enjoy!Arcade Fire – “Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)”last_img read more

Sato Scores Win at Indy

first_img2017 Indy 500 Winner, Takuma Sato, celebrating in the cockpit as he prepares to cross the Yard of Bricks.SPEEDWAY, Ind. — Takuma Sato took the lead on lap 195 and held off Helio Castroneves to win The Indianapolis 500 this afternoon, besting a field of 32 other competitors to take the checkered flag.  The 40-year-old Sato becomes the first Japanese driver ever to win this crown jewel of motorsports, in its 101 runnings since 1911. Strangley, Takuma didn’t start racing until he was 20, in sport which sees drivers these days strapping into a go-cart nearly as soon as they’re able to walk.  He spent the past four years driving for underfunded team, A.J. Foyt Enterprises, before defeMicheal Andretticting to Andretti Autosport for the 2017 season.  Sato acknowledged post-race that it was great to be with a team that could give him all the tools he needed to be successful.  His former boss and Indy legend, A.J. Foyt, was in Winner’s Circle to heartily congratulate both the driver and Andretti Autosport Chief, Michael Andretti.Helio CastronevesHelio Castroneves finished second, being denied his quest to join the exclusive club of four-time Indy 500 winners, which includes A.J. Foyt, Al Unser Sr. and Rick Mears.  The three-time winner lamented the fact that his Penske Chevy lacked the power to overcome Andretti Autosport’s Honda-powered racecars, which seemed to be the team to beat in this spring classic.  The win moves team owner, Michael Andretti, to second in Indy 500 wins as an owner, behind only Roger Penske.  It wasn’t all roses for Andretti’s team, though.  His cars looked strong early, but that superior Honda powerplant proved unreliable in at least three instances.  Team members Sage Karam, Ryan Hunter-Reay, and heralded rookie, Fernando Alonso (on-loan from Formula One), all left the race between laps 125 and 179 with mechanical difficulties.  In the end, it was Sato’s winning car, along with last year’s winner, Alexander Rossi, and Marco Andretti, as the fifty-percent of Andretti machines still running when the checkered flag was waved.  Said Andretti, “That’s why we have six bullets in the gun.”IndyCar Rookie of the Year Candidate, Ed JonesDale Coyne Racing rookie, Ed Jones, finished third — also in a Honda-powered car.  A pair of Chip Gnassi Racing Hondas round out the top five, piloted by Max Chilton, followed by veteran fan-favorite Tony Kanaan, who earned his 500 ring in 2013.Weather was not an issue during the 200-lap affair, despite being lengthened by eleven cautions, including a red flag to clean up a nasty-looking collision involving Scott Dixon and Jay Howard on lap fifty-three.  Amazingly, neither driver was injured in the horrific-looking crash that sent Dixon’s Dallara airborn and left it missing all but one wheel and most of its rear-end.  In all, a quarter of the race’s laps (50) were run under caution.  Yet raindrops held off until well after the event’s three hour and thirteen minute conclusion, and fans had left the historic speedway.  Cool temperatures led to fast lap times at the famed oval, with the quickest one turned by Sato on lap 150, at 226.19 miles per hour.  There were thirty-five lead changes, which made for an exciting day for race fans at 16th and Georgetown.Despite not having won an IndyCar Series race in three years, Helio Castroneves now sits at first in the season championship points.  Second place (11 points back) is a 3-way tie between Simon Pagenaud, Takuma Sato, and Scott Dixon.2017 Indianapolis 500 Winner, Takuma Sato.last_img read more