Villa Stjerneveien / Lie Øyen arkitekter

first_imgArchDaily Year: CopyHouses•Oslo, Norway ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/911757/villa-stjerneveien-lie-oyen-arkitekter Clipboard Save this picture!© Richard Riesenfeld and Lie Øyen arkitekter+ 15Curated by María Francisca González Share “COPY” 2006 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/911757/villa-stjerneveien-lie-oyen-arkitekter Clipboard Villa Stjerneveien / Lie Øyen arkitekterSave this projectSaveVilla Stjerneveien / Lie Øyen arkitekter Architects: Lie Oyen arkitekter Area Area of this architecture project Projects Photographs Houses Area: 360 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeLie Oyen arkitekterOfficeFollowProductsWoodStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOsloNorwayPublished on February 23, 2019Cite: “Villa Stjerneveien / Lie Øyen arkitekter” 23 Feb 2019. 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 Photographs: Richard Riesenfeld and Lie Øyen arkitekterSave this picture!© Richard Riesenfeld and Lie Øyen arkitekterRecommended ProductsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40Text description provided by the architects. The villa is situated on the hillside surrounding Oslo, on the top of Vettakollen, with a great view over the city and the fjord. The project is a total reconstruction of a house from the 1950s, and is one of the first projects realized by the office.Save this picture!© Richard Riesenfeld and Lie Øyen arkitekterOriginally, the house was rather enclosed, with modestly sized windows, – a traditionally painted wooden box with a pitched roof. The client´s wish for a modern retreat for a large family that could welcome friends and offer a variety of activity, zones of relaxation and different kinds of views, developed throughout the process of design and construction.Save this picture!© Richard Riesenfeld and Lie Øyen arkitekterSave this picture!2nd floor planSave this picture!South facadeThe new house is situated in the steep terrain as before, but with a new concrete terrace and carport connecting it to the road Stjerneveien. Four floors separate the different program of the family´s daily life, and each floor has its own orientation: The ground floor serves as a spa area, with a sauna, showers and tubs, and is connected to the pool terrace to the south. The first floor contains the bedrooms. Second floor has the entrance hall, with a large kitchen and dining area, as well as the main living room. The top floor contains a study with a fire place, and is opening up towards the roof terrace, with a hot tub, outdoor kitchen facilities and sun until late at night in the summer season.Save this picture!© Richard Riesenfeld and Lie Øyen arkitekterMaterials for the construction should be easy to maintain, and light concrete based on cement high on chalk and marble aggregate, was chosen for the outdoor structures as well as the polished indoor floors. The cladding is cedar wood which slowly through the years would change from a reddish gold, to a silvery grey. Window frames and panels are all aluminum. Staircases, sliding doors, wooden floors and fitted furniture were made of bamboo.Save this picture!© Richard Riesenfeld and Lie Øyen arkitekterAs rather inexperienced but highly ambitious architects, many of the solutions, such as holes in the living room concrete floor for green plants, came up as possibilities during a process of enthusiasm and fun mixed with stubborn endurance. The construction site was supervised by Kristoffer Øyen on a nearly day-to-day basis, resulting in close relations between client and constructors, and a focus on detailing and implementation of feasible ideas.Save this picture!© Richard Riesenfeld and Lie Øyen arkitekterProject gallerySee allShow lessLondon Development to Offer First Dedicated Drone Port in the UKArchitecture NewsIllustrations of Sacred Spaces Around the World by André ChioteArchitecture News Share Norway Villa Stjerneveien / Lie Øyen arkitekter “COPY”last_img read more

News from the courts

first_img Previous articleBig freeze sees only six remainNext articleMembers sought by musical society admin Pipe bomb accused back in courtAPPEARING via video link at a sitting of Limerick District Court, 24-year-old William O’Dwyer will reappear on January 13 next when he will be formally serviced with the book of evidence relating to drugs and explosive charges before the court.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up O’Dwyer of Richmond Court, Mount Kennett Place, was questioned by gardai after he presented himself at the station and was charged with the possession of a pipe bomb in October of last year. The gardai allegedly caught a teenage girl carrying the ‘live’ explosive device in St Mary’s Park. Inspector Gerry Horan told the court that the file had been sent to the DPP on December 22 last, and they were awaiting the directions.Judge Aeneas McCarthy noted that “time had been running” in relation to the charges and adjourned the matter for two weeks and marked the case pre-emptory against the state for production of the Book of Evidence in relation to the charge contrary to Section 4 of the Explosive Substance Act 1883. Judge McCarthy also noted that O’Dwyer be returned to court on the same date to deal with other outstanding matters before the court. O’Dwyer was remanded back in custody to Limerick Prison. Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Advertisement Print NewsLocal NewsNews from the courtsBy admin – January 7, 2010 1019 Man to be served book of evidence on robbery chargeA HANDBAG thief will be formally served with the book of evidence relating to a robbery in the city last month.Michael Power, Fairgreen, Ballysimon, who is currently serving a 10 month sentence for a handbag snatch last year, was ordered to be presented in court on January 13 by Judge Aeneas McCarthy. Power appeared via video link from Limerick Prison and, following an earlier failed application for bail, was remanded in custody on these charges.The 27-year-old is alleged to have snatched a handbag from an elderly lady at St Michael’s Church on Denmark Street, and gardai had earlier objected to the courts granting bail as under Section 2 of the Bail Act 1997. Linkedin Email Man arrested in possession of knifeA NINETEEN-year-old man appeared at Limerick District Court following his arrest on December 29 last in Limerick City, after gardai found him in possession of a knife and cannabis resin.Martin Morey, with an address of 10 Collins Avenue, was charged by garda Yohan Hunt with possession of the knife contrary to Section 9 (1) of the firearms and offensive weapons act 1990. Giving details in court, garda Hunt outlined that the accused made no reply when formally charged. The arresting officer also noted that an existing bench warrant was outstanding for the accused man in relation to Section 24 (3) of the Criminal Justice (Public Order) Act 1994 of giving a false or misleading name when questioned by gardai. Inspector Gerry Horan said that the state would consent to bail on the basis that a €200 cash lodgement be made. Judge Aeneas McCarthy remanded the accused in custody, with consent to bail, to appear again in court later this week. Murder accused remanded in custodyDRESSED in a blue and white tracksuit and appearing via video link to Limerick District Court, Kenneth Collopy, charged with the murder of Daniel Fitzgerald at Cloughdromin, Ballysimon, on December 8 of last year, was remanded back in to custody to Limerick Prison as the gardai finalise preparations of the Book of Evidence relating to the 24-year-old’s death. Inspector Gerry Horan sought a two week adjournment but the defence solicitor John Herbert, consented to a further 28 day remand. 19-year-old Collopy will be present in court on January 27 next when the book of evidence will be formally serviced. The accused made no reply during the three minute court sitting. last_img read more

Utah governor has ‘no plans’ to shut down state, despite rising COVID-19 cases

first_imgfermate/iStockBy ELLA TORRES, ABC News(SALT LAKE CITY) — Utah’s governor said he has “no plans” to shut down the economy, directly pushing back at a public health official who warned that as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the state, “a complete shutdown” may be the only way to curb the spread.Dr. Angela Dunn, Utah’s epidemiologist, made the dire warning in a memo obtained by ABC Salt Lake affiliate KTVX on Monday.“All of our goals are aligned — keep the economy open and prevent deaths/ illnesses. We are quickly getting to a point where the only viable option to manage spread and deaths will be a complete shutdown. This might be our last chance for course correction. Contact tracing and testing alone will not control this outbreak,” Dunn wrote.Dunn encouraged the state to put a pause on any more loosening of restrictions until July 1 and mandate that face coverings be worn.“This might be our last chance for course correction,” Dunn wrote.Despite Dunn’s memo, Gov. Gary Herbert said in a statement he has “no plans to shut down Utah’s economy.”“Dr. Dunn’s internal memo raises alarm about the increasing COVID-19 cases in Utah. I appreciate her analysis and share many of her concerns. We will work to stem this tide, but I have no plans to shut down Utah’s economy,” he wrote on Twitter.Herbert urged Utahns to protect themselves “by following our common sense guidelines for social distancing, good hand hygiene and especially the use of face coverings.”Utah is one of a handful states that have seen an increase in hospitalizations, deaths and rate of positivity, according to an ABC News analysis of state-released data compiled by the COVID Tracking Project. The rate of positivity measures how many tests are positive for COVID-19 compared to the amount of tests run.The state entered the yellow phase of its COVID-19 response on May 15 and the surge in new cases began about 12 days later, according to KTVX.The following day, the state reported the largest single-day number of new virus cases for the third consecutive day.There are 17,906 COVID-19 cases in the state so far, according to the Utah Department of Health. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Watch Patti LuPone Belt with Gavin Creel & Kinda-Sorta Tap Dance in Latest Family Video!

first_img View Comments Patti LuPone Patti LuPone’s been busy lately—dumping ice on herself at the beach, performing ALL THE TIME at 54 Below, etc. And a little over a year ago, the Tony winner crossed the pond to perform at the Leicester Square Theatre with Seth Rudetsky. Her son, Josh Johnston, had the cameras rolling as she belted on stage with some familiar faces (including fellow Olivier winner Gavin Creel!) and off stage as she ran around in curlers. Because if anyone can pull off that look and still be fabulous, it’s Ms. LuPone. Check out the latest installment of Entrances, Exits, and Everything in Between with Patti LuPone below! Gavin Creel Star Fileslast_img

Lakers have no defense again in loss at Orlando

first_imgHow ugly was it? The Lakers’ 65-55 lead early in the third quarter morphed into a one-point deficit nearly two minutes later. Magic guard Victor Oladipo threw a between-the-legs pass to Harris for an easy fast-break layup. The Lakers’ offensive firepower from Gasol (21), Kendall Marshall (19), Jodie Meeks (17), Young (16) and Ryan Kelly (15) went to waste. Will the Lakers ever stop teams?“Yeah, if they want,” D’Antoni said. “There’s nothing wrong with the defense (schematically). It’s what everybody does. Can we do it better? Yeah. Could we run back on defense? Yeah. Could we not turn the ball over? Yeah. Can we pay attention to your man? Yes. Can we not get back-doored? Yes. Everything in that room is fixable.”Can the Lakers stop Carmelo Anthony when they visit the New York Knicks on Sunday? Unlikely. He dropped 62 points in a win Friday over Charlotte, breaking Kobe Bryant’s Madison Square Garden scoring record of 61 points set in Feb. 2, 2009.“We have to step up to the challenge, be disciplined and have a solid game from the beginning ot the end,” Gasol said. “Melo came off a huge night at the Garden, so let somebody else beat you.”Bad news for the Lakers: there’s plenty of NBA players who have already done that to them. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error ORLANDO — Who says Mike D’Antoni doesn’t talk enough about defense?He griped plenty about the season-long issue, even before the Lakers’ 114-105 loss Friday to the Orlando Magic at Amway Center. There, D’Antoni paced the sideline and furiously burned timeouts while the Lakers conceded gobs of points from Tobias Harris (28), Arron Afflalo (23), from 3-point range (9 of 17) and in the paint (42). “We were rotating too deep, too hard and too crazy and left guys open,” D’Antoni said. “We weren’t very smart.”D’Antoni partly excused the Lakers (16-28) for their third consecutive loss and 15th in the past 18 games, saying they “ran out of gas” playing on the second night of a back-to-back. D’Antoni didn’t seem forgiving beforehand. He still sounded upset over the Miami Heat melting the Lakers on Thursday with a strong dosage of LeBron James and Chris Bosh (58 points), 52 points in the paint, rebounding (48-35) and a 8 of 20 mark from 3-point range. center_img “We were just watching film and we give up 15 to 20 points by guys not paying attention and not doing the things we talk about,” D’Antoni said. “We’re trying to get that right.”The Lakers are nowhere close toward reaching that goal. The lowly Magic (12-32), who rank 23rd in total offense (96.2 points per game, looked like a fantasy basketball roster.“I’m not happy with it at all,” said Lakers forward Pau Gasol, after posting a team-leading 21 points on 8-of-17 shooting and 11 rebounds. “Every team in the league knows the Lakers aren’t good defensively to say the least and they’ll have a good night.”“When you lose against the worst teams in the league, you have to ask yourself and wonder what does that make you?”The Lakers belong in that category. They rank 29th in the NBA out of 30 teams in total defense, allowing 105.8 points per game. Both the Magic and Lakers have since said good riddance to Dwight Howard. But the Lakers lack a dependable rim protector. Or really anyone who can sprint back on defense.last_img read more