WangTao House / MARCH Design

first_img “COPY” WangTao House / MARCH DesignSave this projectSaveWangTao House / MARCH Design Housing China Civil Project Manager:Yongjie JinBase Area:272 sqmCity:DaliCountry:ChinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Yiyun HouRecommended ProductsDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumText description provided by the architects. It is a completely individualized process to build our own houses from the ground than to buy commercial houses. I believe that as the policy and law change, this kind of demand will continually increase. But for most architects and interior designer in China, highly designed personal house building is a missing project which has few chances to practice. So I decided to do it to myself and build my home in the desert from zero.Save this picture!© Yiyun HouWhat kind of a house do I want to build? This is the question I need to first answer myself.From the perspective of results, it is real, not attitudinized, light but powerful and colorful. But my first idea wasn’t like this, many designers have a sense of expression hard to control which happen automatically sometimes. Because my desire and power to create is stronger than any normal people, there comes a problem of intake information amount. We are in an environment where the intake information per unit time has it upper limit.Save this picture!© Yiyun HouSave this picture!© Yiyun HouFor example, if this place is for vacation, so in the following three days, every frame of picture I see, every smell I sense, every warmth I feel, every texture I touch even every color it creates, are all what I call information amount. But it makes a difference if I live here for three years, for time rises, information amount also rises, but it has a blurry up limit. If the intake information is not enough, you will feel a sense of insipidity, but if it is too much, that feeling of greasiness is even worse than insipidity. That’s why many business places normally have large information amounts, because she is not prepared for you to stay for a long time.Save this picture!© Yiyun HouSave this picture!© Yiyun HouThe most unsuccessful home is like a hotel. A hotel needs to meet the demand of hundreds of people and their habit so it’s display must be an average, even the kind of design hotels are run based on the fact of a standard and easy to maintain. This makes almost all the hotels hard to be unassuming. It is like a serious but decent stranger. But home is different, she should be like our family, we can kiss without brushing our teeth, I hope it to have a feeling of life, with some mild mess in order, making me less nervous. How to be unassuming, changing from vacation style into living style, is the question I spent lots of time to face. This process is not from my mind, it is from changing blueprint over and over again because every blueprint has it distinct life scene. To decide whether I fit it or not requires time.Save this picture!© Yiyun HouSave this picture!Stairs modelSave this picture!© Yiyun HouOn the layout, I carried out a 3m*5m model experiment, this scale makes me feel safe and sound. It will meet the demand of almost all the space by adjusting multiple. For example, two fold (3+3)*5 is easy to meet the demand of bedrooms with a bathroom which separate wet and dry. A 3*5 for vertical transportation, a 3*5 for kitchen, this scale is successful from this result, it is not unbridled large and makes no nerve and stress.Save this picture!© Yiyun HouSave this picture!© Yiyun HouAt lastFrom the process, this is what I should experience. Just like a friend said, be serious about your every step, do what you want to do. Be the only yourself in the world, why not!Save this picture!© Yiyun HouProject gallerySee allShow lessHaffenden House / PARASelected ProjectsPACO Restaurant / Pure’s DesignSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Dali, Yunnan, ChinaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Area:  240 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2019 Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/928579/wangtao-house-march-design Clipboard CopyHousing•Dali, China Tao Wang Architects: MARCH Design Area Area of this architecture projectcenter_img Lead Architects: “COPY” Year:  ArchDaily CopyAbout this officeMARCH DesignOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingDaliOn FacebookChinaPublished on November 23, 2019Cite: “WangTao House / MARCH Design” 22 Nov 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Two latest H5N1 cases push WHO count to 251

first_imgSep 27, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The World Health Organization (WHO) today confirmed reports of two more human H5N1 avian influenza cases, one in Indonesia and one in Thailand, raising the official global tally to 251 cases with 147 deaths.The two cases involve a 20-year-old Indonesian man who is part of a suspected case cluster in Bandung, West Java, and a 59-year-old farmer from northeastern Thailand. Both cases were reported by news services yesterday.The Indonesian man became ill with a fever and cough on Sep 17 and has been hospitalized since Sep 24, the WHO said. The man’s 23-year-old brother fell ill on Sep 16 and died 2 hours after he was admitted to a hospital on the 24th. H5N1 infection is suspected in his case, but it can’t be confirmed because no samples were taken, the agency said. Both men had fed dead chickens to their dogs, and there was evidence of H5 infection in household birds.In addition, a 15-year-old sister of the two men was hospitalized Sep 25 with a fever and cough and remains hospitalized in stable condition, the WHO said. Initial tests were negative for H5 viruses and positive for H1 virus, indicating that she has normal seasonal flu rather than avian flu, the statement said.Dr. Hudi Yusuf, a physician involved in caring for the two siblings, said the girl would be tested twice more in the next 2 days, according to an Agence France-Presse report published today. He reported that the girl was doing well but described her brother’s condition as bad. Yusuf told the Jakarta Post that the brother has pneumonia in both lungs and is on a ventilator.The latest case raises Indonesia’s H5N1 toll to 68 cases with 51 deaths.In confirming the Thai farmer’s case, the WHO said he was ill for nearly a month and repeatedly tested negative for H5N1. The farmer, a 59-year-old from Nong Bua Lam Phu province, got sick with a fever Jul 14, was hospitalized Jul 21, and died Aug 10, the WHO said. Thailand has had 25 human H5N1 cases, 17 of them fatal.Repeated polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests on samples from the man’s upper respiratory tract were negative for influenza A viruses, including H5N1, the WHO said. The virus’s presence was not confirmed until after his death, when lung samples were tested. Several fighting cocks belonging to the farmer had died in the days before he fell ill, the agency said.A report today in the Thai newspaper The Nation filled in more details about the man’s case. Thawat Suntrajarn, director of the government’s disease control department, said doctors initially suspected the man had leptospirosis, the story said. It wasn’t until he had been sick for 2 weeks that his wife told doctors the patient had nursed sick chickens. Doctors then started treating him with oseltamivir.An autopsy showed that the farmer’s death was actually caused by drug-resistant Acinetobacter bacteria, rather than by the viral infection itself, the newspaper reported. News reports yesterday said the man had died of a bacterial infection.The story said nine PCR tests failed to detect the H5N1 virus in the man. One doctor, Tawee Chotpitayasundond of the Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health, speculated that the oseltamivir treatment might have eliminated the virus from the part of the respiratory tract where swabs were taken for testing, according to the story.See also: WHO confirmation of H5N1 case in Indonesiahttp://www.who.int/csr/don/2006_09_27a/en/index.htmlWHO confirmation of case in Thailandhttp://www.who.int/csr/don/2006_09_27/en/index.htmllast_img read more

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Kelter nets golden goal to beat Michigan

first_imgSophomore Alev Kelter netted the game-winning goal for UW in overtime to beat the Wolverines on Sunday.[/media-credit]Big Ten title hopes stayed alive this weekend, not just for the Wisconsin football team, but for the women’s soccer team as well.Wisconsin seized a last-minute 1-0 double overtime victory over Michigan on Sunday in the second-to-last game of the season to remain one point down from first-place Ohio State in the conference standings.Sophomore midfielder Alev Kelter kept Wisconsin’s title hopes kicking after scoring the golden goal in the 108th minute of play, improving the Badgers to 9-4-4, 5-1-2 on the year.With the game nearing its conclusion, junior Erin Jacobsen fed a pass to freshman Kodee Williams on the right flank, who beat the defender around the corner before sending in the cross.Kelter took a shot from less than 10 yards out in front of the goal but the ball traveled directly into Michigan goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer, who was unable to keep a hand on the ball. Kelter attempted another shot off the rebound, to which the shot bounced off another defender and into the back of the net.“Erin just played a really nice ball to the outside and I took a touch, got around the defender and I tried to curl it around her so she couldn’t block it,” Williams said. “It bobbled a little bit in the box but Alev got on it and it was amazing.”After a humbling start to the season, the Badgers have now lost one match in their last 14 games.“It feels great that we were able to just hang on another game and just keep it going and stay composed,” Kelter said.Though the game was scoreless for over 100 minutes prior to Kelter’s goal, the match contained a healthy amount of chances from both teams, and, during the latter portion of the game, an increase in physical play.The Wolverines managed to keep the ball on Wisconsin’s side of the field for the majority of the first half, though Wisconsin was able to create chances nonetheless.After 12 minutes, Wisconsin had drawn two fouls just outside the box, but the Wolverine defenders did well to head away the incoming volleys from freshman Catie Sessions.The Badger backline faced a hefty task in containing freshman Nkem Ezurike, a 5’11” forward for the Wolverines. Though the Badgers prevented her from as much as a shot on goal, the attention demanded by Ezurike opened up other avenues for the Michigan offense to advance the ball.In the latter part of the first half, Michigan threatened on three corner kicks, which sailed low across the goalmouth, though the ball went either wide of the goal off a hit, or unhit at all.Michigan’s best chance came in the 36th minute when Shelby Chambers-Garcia received a through-ball on the right side of the goal. She centered the ball to an open Ezurike, who couldn’t strick the ball ideally, as the shot went wide.“Their frontline is dangerous, they put some pressure on us,” head coach Paula Wilkins said. “Nkem, up front, is very dangerous and by drawing all that attention to herself, she can spread the ball out for other players and obviously create some chances.”After the Wolverines controlled much of the first half, the Badgers eventually regained momentum in the second, peppering the Michigan goal with seven shots, four of which were on target.The Badgers came within inches of a goal in the 57th minute when Wisconsin drew another foul just outside the 18-yard box. Three Badgers lined up behind the ball as sophomore Monica Lam-Feist sent in a spectacular kick with her left foot off of the set piece. The ball soared as high as it could go without hitting the crossbar but Kopmeyer showed tremendous effort in her diving save.From there, Williams and sophomore defender Lindsey Johnson bombarded the Michigan backline with balls into the box but much of those passes weren’t able to connect for a shot.Wilkins encouraged the team not to lose confidence.“The biggest thing I said was that, ‘Just keep trying to trust your teammates, you don’t need to be hitting shots from 35 yards out. Trust that you guys are going to be there for each other,” Wilkins said.To make matters worse, as the match entered overtime, it was apparent that the fifth-place Wolverines were comfortable with draining the clock for a tie.“[Wilkins] just told us not to settle in, that we don’t need to tie, we can win and they wanted to tie – they were wasting time and we just had to fight through that,” Williams said.Wisconsin remained true to that, and though it took 108 minutes, the Badgers finally found their golden goal to stay on the heels of Ohio State.“Kodee just had her after burners going, made it around that girl and that’s how, usually, our offense is going to be able to finish, is around the corner,” Kelter said. “She was able to get in a great cross off and Laurie Nosbusch went to the near post and took her defender away and I was able to just volley it in.”last_img read more

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