“COPY” MEP: Photographs Design Team:Giulia Albarello, Ignacio Bóscolo, Roger Bundschuh, James, Crookston, Yannis Efstathiou, Emmanuel Hamelin, Wolfgang, Mitterer, Philipp Ockert, Matthias Rothhaar, Eloïse Rudolph, Fabian, Schwade, Florian Schwinger, Hannes Toepper, Thibault Trouvé, Harry TweddellClients:IBAU AG/Suhrkamp AGSite Supervision And Tendering:DGI Bauwerk Gesellschaft von Architekten mbHInteriors For Tenant Suhrkamp:Kinzo Berlin GmbHCity:BerlinCountry:GermanyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsFiber Cements / CementsRieder GroupFacade Panels – concrete skinFiber Cements / CementsEQUITONEFiber Cement Facade Panel NaturaEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsContext. The site is located on a site in central Berlin. After being razed by the authorities at the beginning of the 20th century, the area was developed by the Architect Hans Poelzig as one of the first major urban renewal schemes in Germany and subsequently partially destroyed during WWII. Our design for the Ensemble of german publishing company Suhrkamp references both the physical context as well as the rich history of the surrounding area. Urban scale The project redefines the urban block as a heterarchical antithesis to the standard hierarchic berlin Block which typically articulates a „show“ facade and urban spaces of secondary value in the interior of the block.Save this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuSave this picture!Site planSave this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuThe individual buildings of the project cease to have front and back facades but are surrounded by continuity of public and urban space. The private becomes public and vice-versa. The south-facing public square is formed by the positioning of the main building to the north and thus completes the sequence of public squares and parks. It both opens the block and closes the urban figure of „Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz“ which is centered around the Volksbühne Theater. Facing busy Torstrasse to the north, the project presents itself more closed, the cantilevered volume connects the neighboring facades and recreates the historic street front in an abstract manner. The strong horizontality references the formal dynamic of Poelzigs architecture and translates it into a contemporary language.Save this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuFunctionality. The Ensemble consists of three parts: The publishing house, an extension office building, and a residential block. All ground floors have high-frequency uses such as an art gallery, Restaurant, and an e-bike store. Publishing House The 6 floors of the publishing house are connected by a „narrative“stair. This central element of the design enables free movement within the various (vertically located) departments and stages of bookmaking. At the same time, this stair defines a strong concrete pillar that grounds the architectural volume in the urban fabric. Thus, the narrative stair functions both on an urban and interior design level and was one of the central ideas of the spatial conception.Save this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuSave this picture!Section AASave this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuThe office floors are divided into the large open-plan spaces to the south and individual rooms (for the editors) to the north. The facade mirrors this spatial approach, with expansive fixed-glazing openings to the public square in the south and smaller, more vertical proportions to busy Torstrasse in the north. The spatial idea of the office thus operates on the urban, architectural, and interior scale. The Shelving and furniture designed by Kinzo complement this approach to include the detail level, creating a unified approach in all scales. Residential The residential units are grouped together in a concrete-faced block, large fixed glazing extends these spaces into the urban realm and connects them to the public square.Save this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuSave this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuMateriality and Construction. All interior surfaces remain in rough, exposed concrete, contrasting with the smooth and sharp-edged aluminum facade with expansive fixed glazing. Operable aluminum panels open like scales and connect the workspaces with the urban realm. Office spaces are mechanically ventilated and cooled through a passive cooling system embedded in the concrete ceilings.Save this picture!© Laurian GhinitoiuProject gallerySee allShow lessDesigners in Residence Kortrijk 2020OpportunitiesPasochoa House / Juan Esteban Ruales LasoSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, 10178 Berlin, GermanyLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share CopyApartments, Office Buildings, Retail•Berlin, Germany ifb frohloff staffa kühl ecker Suhrkamp Ensemble Offices / Bundschuh Architekten Protec Planungsgesellschaft mbH Area: 6851 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Bundschuh Architekten Area Area of this architecture project Year: Manufacturers: GIRA, Atlas Schindler, Bembe, Durach, Hormann, Lindner, Schüco, Warema Structural Engineering: 2020 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/942007/suhrkamp-ensemble-offices-bundschuh-architekten Clipboard Germany Projects Apartments Suhrkamp Ensemble Offices / Bundschuh ArchitektenSave this projectSaveSuhrkamp Ensemble Offices / Bundschuh Architekten Landscape: Hahn Hertling von Hantelmann ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/942007/suhrkamp-ensemble-offices-bundschuh-architekten Clipboard ArchDaily Save this picture!© Laurian Ghinitoiu+ 37Curated by Paula Pintos Share Photographs: Laurian Ghinitoiu Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” CopyAbout this officeBundschuh ArchitektenOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsOfficesOffice buildingsCommercial ArchitectureRetailBerlinOn FacebookGermanyPublished on July 13, 2020Cite: “Suhrkamp Ensemble Offices / Bundschuh Architekten” 13 Jul 2020. 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The Trey Anastasio Trio tour continues tonight in Grand Rapids, MI. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, head to Trey’s website. You can watch a selection of crowd-shot video footage from Trey Anastasio’s tour opener below via YouTube:Trey Anastasio Trio – “Camel Walk”[Video: TheKamherst]Trey Anastasio Trio – “Dark And Down“[Video: TheKamherst]Trey Anastasio Trio – “Bounce“ Following nearly a month of fanfare surrounding his temporary band lineup change, Trey Anastasio opened his spring 2018 solo tour with the Trey Anastasio Trio on Tuesday night at Cleveland, OH’s House of Blues. The trio, comprised of Anastasio, drummer Russ Lawton, and bassist Tony Markellis, is a throwback to the earliest iteration of Trey’s solo band, which came together after the three musicians first played together at a Vermont performance under the moniker 8 Foot Fluorescent Tubes exactly 20 years ago.The tour-commencing festivities saw Trey, Tony, and Russ get their footing in their trio formation. As expected, the band played a number of the TAB favorites which the three men helped introduce on their first tour together in 1999, from the opening “Gotta Jibboo” to the encore-closing “First Tube”. In between, the trio worked through familiar Trey tunes of a newer vintage (including “Everything’s Right”, “Bounce”, and the first rendition of “Soul Planet” since it anchored Phish‘s 2017 New Year’s gag); a number of Phish staples (like “Camel Walk”, “46 Days”, “Steam”, a solo acoustic “Waste”, and the Trey solo debut of “No Men In No Man’s Land”); a well-worn live cover (Los Lobos‘ “When The Circus Comes”); and much more.While the trio will surely take some time to get used to playing in this configuration once again, the first show of the tour showed incredible promise. Tony and Russ’s rock-solid yet fluidly floating rhythm section provided Trey a supple canvas on which to paint his fuzzed-out riffs, a thrilling vessel for his and raw rock and roll guitar firepower. This sound is a far cry from the polished and precise stylings of the modern Trey Anastasio Band. It’s gritty and unrefined, loose and comfortable–the sound of three old friends and collaborators getting together and rocking out in the garage for old time’s sake. Thankfully for us, they’re taking that garage-rock excitement and energy and putting it onstage for all to witness. [Video: TheKamherst]Trey Anastasio Trio – “46 Days”[Video: iccuspunk]Trey Anastasio Trio – “Water In The Sky”[Video: iccuspunk]Trey Anastasio Trio – “Sand”[Video: TheKamherst]Trey Anastasio Trio – “Waste” (Trey Solo Acoustic)[Video: iccuspunk]Trey Anastasio Trio – “First Tube” [Video: iccuspunk]Setlist: Trey Anastasio Trio | House of Blues | Cleveland, OH | 4/17/18Set 1: Gotta Jibboo, Tuesday, Everything’s Right, Camel Walk, When the Circus Comes , No Men In No Man’s Land, Dark and Down, Drifting, Pigtail, BounceSet 2: Soul Planet > 46 Days, Farmhouse, Steam, Night Speaks to a Woman, Water in the Sky, SandEncore: Waste , Heavy Things, First Tube TAB debut. Trey solo acoustic.This show featured the TAB debuts of When the Circus Comes and No Men In No Man’s Land. Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Camel Walk, San-Ho-Zay in Bounce, and Oye Como Va in Soul Planet. Waste was performed by Trey solo acoustic.
Harvard President Drew Faust encouraged graduating seniors this afternoon to tell their own stories as they venture into the world, new ones informed by their campus years, their passions, and their embrace of the uncomfortable and the unfamiliar.“Telling your own story, a fresh story, full of possibility and a new order of things, is the task of every generation, and the task before you,” Faust said during the Baccalaureate Service, an annual ritual and a final opportunity for Harvard’s president and clergy to meet informally with the seniors and offer them parting thoughts before Commencement.“Telling a new story isn’t easy,” Faust said. “It can take courage and resolve. It often means leaving the safe path for the unknown.”Dressed in their caps and gowns, seniors crowded into the Memorial Church with cellphones in hand, ready to tell immediate stories with Snapchat photos and videos. One of Harvard’s oldest traditions, dating back to 1642, the Baccalaureate ceremony included songs from the Commencement Choir and readings from Hindu Scriptures, the Hebrew Bible, Confucianism, Taoism, the New Testament, and the Quran.Professor Jonathan Walton and President Drew Faust watch as students enter the Memorial Church. Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Staff PhotographerIn her address, Faust walked students back through their own Harvard history: four years of adventure, adversity, and academic achievement. They faced fierce weather during their tenure, including a hurricane and historic snowfalls that shut down Harvard more than once. The Boston Marathon bombing drew them together and bonded them to the city “beyond Harvard Square,” she said. There was even an outbreak of the mumps.“For four years,” Faust said, “you have distinguished yourselves with dazzling variety.” Among its many accomplishments, the Class of 2016 produced six Rhodes Scholars, prize-winning senior theses on sea-level change and a water crisis in Michigan, and the play “Black Magic,” written by five African-American Harvard students and mounted at the Loeb Drama Center. The class also produced standout athletes, including six headed to the National Football League, and students eager to help combat malaria, battle global warming, fight for social justice, and change the world.Faust returned to her message from Harvard’s rainy 2012 convocation when she and others urged the then-incoming freshmen to connect, and make Harvard part of their narrative. “Take risks, we told you. Don’t always listen to us.”Danoff Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana (center) speaks to seniors heading into the Memorial Church. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff PhotographerOn another cloudy afternoon just two days before their graduation, she urged them to continue to push past their comfort zones, to look beyond Harvard’s long and successful narrative in order to “locate the discomfort, to act on the restless spirit of that legacy.”Frame your own narrative, Faust told them, something for which their Harvard education has uniquely prepared them. Be “mindful of others,” but never allow others to dictate your story, she said, calling to mind the words of the late Rev. Peter J. Gomes, who was Plummer Professor of Christian Morals and Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church: “Don’t let anyone finish your sentences for you.”“Telling our own stories is not just about us,” Faust said. “It is a conversation with others, exploring larger purposes and other worlds and different ways of thinking. Only by knowing that other stories are possible,” she said, “can we imagine a different future.”In her address, President Drew Faust walked students back through their own Harvard history: four years of adventure, adversity, and academic achievement. Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff PhotographerAs with any great story, the historian and author said revision is key to the process. “Keep revising,” Faust urged her listeners, encouraging them to rely on their liberal arts education to rework their story lines beyond Harvard’s gates. “The best education prepares you because it is unsettling, an obstacle course that forces us to question and push and reinvent ourselves, and the world, in a new way.“So congratulations, Class of 2016,” Faust concluded. “Don’t forget from whence you came. Change the narrative. Rewrite the story. There is no one I would rather trust with that task.”Afterward, Allejah Franco, a history and literature concentrator, said Faust’s call for seniors to write their own stories helped him to feel more confident about his future. The Winthrop House resident said he eventually wants to attend law school, but his immediate plans point toward something else entirely.“I want to take a detour,” said Franco. “I am going to go to Japan for at least a year, work as a translator, and just explore that route of life, and write my own story that way.”Baccalaureate Service — May 24, 2016 | Memorial Church Professor Jonathan L. Walton and Harvard President Drew Faust speak during the Baccalaureate Service for the Class of 2016 inside Memorial Church.
Gabonese striker Pierre Eric Aubameyang has been named 2015 African Player of the Year at a colourful ceremony in Abuja, Nigeria.The 26-year-old beat Manchester City’s Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure who was seeking to win a record fifth title and Ghana’s Andre Ayew of Ghana to the award.Aubameyang benefited from his excellent club performance throughout the year despite failing to win a major trophy with DortmundThe speedy striker finished the second half of 2015 with 27 goals in 27 appearances.Aubameyang earned 143 points while Yaya Toure and Andre Ayew earned 136 and 112 points to finish second and third respectively.This is the second time Andre Ayew has placed third at the African Player of the Year after finishing in the same position in 2011. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports