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Transform and Rethink / Hu Yue Studio

first_img “COPY” Transform and Rethink / Hu Yue Studio Housing Transform and Rethink / Hu Yue StudioSave this projectSaveTransform and Rethink / Hu Yue Studio Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/873925/transform-and-rethink-hu-yue-studio Clipboard Save this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen Su+ 43 Share CopyHousing, Refurbishment•Dongcheng, China “COPY” Area:  435 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/873925/transform-and-rethink-hu-yue-studio Clipboard Year:  Photographs:  Yang Chaoying, Chen SuArchitect In Charge:Hu YueDesign Team:Hu Yue, Tai Fangqing, Jiang Ran, Wu Hancheng, Zhao MochaoCity:DongchengCountry:ChinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen SuRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT HybridWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornTransform and RethinkThis project includes the transformation in No. 8 Courtyard and No. 19 Courtyard, and also an installation in No. 8 Courtyard, on CaochangSitiao, Qianmen, Beijing.Save this picture!DiagramSave this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen SuSave this picture!DiagramTransformDuring the transformation, architects concern the daily lives in the normal houses. It makes the courtyard dwellings continue with its ordinary mission after the transformation.Save this picture!Courtesy of No. 19 CourtyardThe traditional Beijing courtyard dwelling is designed with a peaceful inner yard and rooms around in good lighting and ventilation condition. However, these characteristics have been disappearing along with the exceeding population expansion and additional construction in chaos.Save this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen SuOn the premise of satisfying residents’ basic need in daily life, this project tries the best to make the traditional layout of the courtyard recur in the extremely crowded circumstance. After partially demolishing and extending, it makes each resident enjoy the inner yard space, enough sun light, nice ventilation, as well as the peace of the traditional dwellings. Also, obtain the happiness and dignity of life again.Save this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen SuRethinkDuring the transformation process of No. 8 Courtyard and No. 19 Courtyard, we have been ruminating over the role of traditional buildings and its relation to the current city life. We find the conflict between the traditional and contemporary building happens on two aspects, the role and the change.Save this picture!Courtesy of No. 19 CourtyardFatty – Scale TransformationThere is a 10-meter-high inflatable figure – the fatty, whose height is computative. In the past, the width of Hutong is about 4 to 5 meters, however, now the width of the city-level secondary street is around 30 meters, while the width of the main street goes over 100 meters. As the technology develops, the city scale is becoming larger and larger, therefore the adaptable human scale has been taken place by non-human huge scale. According to the past scale 1.7/5, human height to road width, the height of human should be at least 10.2 meters, based on the contemporary street width (30 meters). Actually, the amount of our living unit has been shrinking down comparing with the past, while the public space and the city scale is such considerable. Hereby, you could see the transformation and the conflict. We hope it could make the visitors a profound think.Save this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen SuSave this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen SuDumplings – Role TransformationAs a kind of traditional food, here, the dumplings become cushion and sofa. It only maintains the profile shape, but the function, scale and material have been changed. This is just the current situation of most traditional culture. What associations does this have for you?Save this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen SuSave this picture!Floor PlansSave this picture!© Yang Chaoying, Chen SuProject gallerySee allShow lessLaka Competition 2017: Architecture that ReactsIdeasNational Archives Preservation Facility / May + Russell ArchitectsSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Dongcheng, Beijing, ChinaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share China 2015 Architects: Hu Yue Studio Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily Photographs CopyAbout this officeHu Yue StudioOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassStone#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingRefurbishmentDongchengBeijinghuyueChinaPublished on June 19, 2017Cite: “Transform and Rethink / Hu Yue Studio” 19 Jun 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Economist Says Presidential Candidates Only Paying Lip-Service to Rural Issues

first_img Economist Says Presidential Candidates Only Paying Lip-Service to Rural Issues SHARE By Andy Eubank – Oct 17, 2012 Previous articleMatlock Gets Set for Run at FFA National OfficeNext articleVilsack Touts Ag Export Success Under President Obama Andy Eubank The Economics Department Chair at the University of North Dakota says the voters who place a high priority on agricultural policy and rural issues have been largely invisible in the presidential campaigns. Speaking on AgriTalk Radio this week – Dr. David Flynn said we’re hearing far too little about the issues affecting agriculture and rural economies. While these issues are critically important to the entire country – he said they’re being overlooked as both campaigns focus on regions and demographics where they believe the most votes are up for grabs. Flynn said the candidates tend to focus on the importance of farming in rural life when they visit small towns and state fairs in the middle part of the country – but not on the national stage. He noted campaign literature from both campaigns is dramatically lacking in policy statements on agriculture or rural issues. He believes the candidates should be pointing to agriculture as a success story – and looking at how to replicate that performance in other sectors of the economy.Source: NAFB News Service Home Indiana Agriculture News Economist Says Presidential Candidates Only Paying Lip-Service to Rural Issues Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter SHARElast_img

Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 3/20/2015

first_img Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 3/20/2015 SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – Mar 19, 2015 Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Mother Nature is trying very hard this morning to not quite be done with moisture over the state. We have a big block of cloud cover around over the northern half of the state, and we just cant rule out a few spits and sprinkles into mid morning from I-70 northward. However we must stress that we think most of the action today will be just clouds, and if any precipitation does fall…it will be very minor…a few hundredths at best. And again…it should be completely gone by mid to late morning, if not sooner.Enjoy the next two days – today and tomorrow – because we have a major cold front that comes blasting in overnight Saturday night into Sunday. We still look for some 15-20 degree differences (or more) in high temps from Saturday to Sunday. Most of the air mass change will come dry…no precipitation is expected. But…we will need to bundle back up as we start the work week. The European model tries to bring some action into the northern tier counties of Indiana early Monday as the cold air really settles in…but we actually look for that to be more of a WI/MI system…and do not think there will be much action down here. Still…if you live along and north of US 30…it might be something to keep an eye on as we move toward Monday.A better frontal complex moves in for midweek next week. Models are trying to spread this out over a longer period, staring it early Wednesday and keeping moisture around into midday Thursday. We are not looking for that. We look for most action from Wednesday midday through midnight. Rain totals still fall between .2 and .8” and we will see coverage at about 90% of the state. This will be the first good rain potential that a large part of the state has seen in weeks (excluding southern Indiana). Temps will be cool, but at this point we have not concern about snowflakes.Cold air looks to be more aggressive over the state from late next week through early April, with several deep cold air incursions coming. We posted a map of this yesterday…and the extended models look similar today. I count at least 3 well below normal pushes of cold air from next weekend through the 6th. We also see some precipitation threats preceding each cold air push…with a system in early April that could have some potential at giving significant rains. So stay tuned.Overall, our nice, mild days are numbered…and most of next week will feel much more like late march is supposed to. . Home News Feed Wells Fargo Indiana Weather Forecast 3/20/2015 SHARE Previous articleHoosiers Advocate for Ag Research in WashingtonNext articleMorning Outlook Hoosier Ag Todaylast_img

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