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Lost Villa · Valley Land Boutique Hotel Interior Design / DAS Lab

first_imgArchDaily Projects Houses Manufacturers: 北冉, 晶典, 钢之杰 Lost Villa · Valley Land Boutique Hotel Interior Design / DAS Lab ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/899525/lost-villa-star-valley-land-boutique-hotel-interior-design-das-lab Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/899525/lost-villa-star-valley-land-boutique-hotel-interior-design-das-lab Clipboard Landscape Design:Sealand-IntOwner:Valleyland Hotel Inv.Management Co.LtdOperator:Lost Villa, Valley LandArchitects:SU Architects,Sealand-IntDesign Team:Chen Liang, Yoko, JanetCity:NingboCountry:ChinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Schran StudioRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADText description provided by the architects. The Ancient Village of Persimmon Forest, has the features of eastern Zhejiang canyon landform. Meanwhile it has abundant sunshine and rainwater, diversified land vegetation and high coverage. Persimmon, sakura, bamboo shoots and tea are important economic crops in the ancient village. Surrounded by mountains, the unique geographical location makes this ancient village, which has eight hundred years of history, more mysterious. The village enjoys the profound cultural connotations and development paths and hopes to drive its development of tourist industry through the completion of boutique hotels.Save this picture!© Schran StudioSave this picture!Axon DiagramSave this picture!© Schran StudioLocated in the Ancient Village of Persimmon Forest, Lost Villa · Valley Land Boutique Hotel is designed by DAS Lab. The terrain of this project is a typical mountain platform, surrounded by high mountains and valleys, and hillock isattached to flat slopes in the center. When you overlook the whole landscape, unique geographical location makes it richer and more varied. The layout of building group has a similar design as the Acropolis, which ensures that people feel safe in activity space inside. Windows of 22 guest rooms all face the peripheral landscapes, which leaves the external natural landscape directly to interior.Save this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Schran StudioDining room is the most complex space in this project, including functions as throwing parties, having meals, check-in and business meetings. It is made up of three various buildings and the middle section has a height of 10 meters and both sides have French windows of 8 meters high. In the face of luxuriant vegetation and very graphic natural landscapes, we hope to create high-intensity clashes of artificial work and nature, and a balance of intuition, subconscious and body through the physical properties of materials. We also want to internally create openness same as exterior and provide an impressive rest environment in an instant.Save this picture!© Schran StudioAs for us, the space shows a bidirectional scene of restlessness and quiet: On the one hand, it acts a dining space of entertaining and complex function. On the other it integrates diversity, serendipity and randomness of mountain and forest. As where activities process, it arouses the visibility, liveliness, excitement and noises, meanwhile the mountain forest is in a covert, isolated, lonely and tranquil scene. A balance in opposites in the space.Save this picture!© Schran StudioSave this picture!© Schran StudioWe believe that hotel as the medium of pulling away from vision, emotion and thinking to daily life gives us an enlightenment of time through both space and scene. We keep restrained as much as possible at the hotel room by integrating the natural and the artificial parts. That is our interpretation of the environment, site and owner, providing guests a simple and warm atmosphere to rest.Save this picture!© Schran StudioProject gallerySee allShow lessHouse in Sátão / Jorge MealhaSelected ProjectsDế House / 365 DesignSelected Projects Share Area:  1500 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Jingze Li Lost Villa · Valley Land Boutique Hotel Interior Design / DAS LabSave this projectSaveLost Villa · Valley Land Boutique Hotel Interior Design / DAS LabSave this picture!© Schran Studio+ 30Curated by 韩爽 – HAN Shuang Share Photographs:  Schran Image Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project center_img “COPY” Photographs Lead Architects: “COPY” 2017 CopyAbout this officeDAS LabOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior Designinterior designZhejiangNingboBambooYuyaoDAS LabGalvanized corrugated plateterrazzowooden finishBrass stainless steelChinaPublished on August 07, 2018Cite: “Lost Villa · Valley Land Boutique Hotel Interior Design / DAS Lab” 07 Aug 2018. 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GOLUB, MARGRET (nee: Levy)

first_imgpassed away on July 8, 2017. Born in Brooklyn, she was a Bayonne resident for over 30 years. She was a secretary for the Interstate Environmental Commission. Margret was predeceased by her husband, Howard Golub. She is survived by her daughter, Alana Golub. Funeral arrangements by BAYONNE MEMORIAL HOME, 854 Avenue C.last_img

Airline fares cut to boost sales amid COVID-19 scare

first_img“The government is very concerned about this matter. [It will] issue important policies to save the tourism industry, which can benefit locals who work in the industry,” Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Wishnutama Kusubandio said in a press statement on Tuesday.Airfare discounts make up part of the Rp 298.5 billion (US$21 million) in government incentives, announced on Tuesday, allotted to airlines and travel agents to attract foreign tourists to Indonesia. The incentives will run from March to May.The government hopes to buoy the sinking tourist industry as would-be visitors cancel their vacation plans in the country over fears of the deadly COVID-19 outbreak. The Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) has reported 40,000 room and 20,000 visitor cancellations in Bali since the outbreak in early January.The incentive is expected to attract about 736,000 tourists from foreign markets who have a high average spending level on vacation, Wishnutama said. One of the markets highlighted was Australia, whose tourists spend an average of US$1,800 per arrival in Indonesia. Another was the Middle East, whose tourists spent $2,200 on average.The minister added that the expected increase in tourism would contribute about Rp 13 trillion to Indonesia’s economy.Authorities will allocate a separate Rp 443.39 billion in discounts for domestic tourists to the 10 tourist destinations outlined in the program.“In the future, the government will prepare other incentives that will follow the development of the coronavirus and its impacts on the economy in early or late April,” said Coordinating Economic Minister Airlangga Hartarto after a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.Topics : The general public is expected to see a drastic drop in airline ticket prices in March as the government prepares incentives to encourage tourism to and within the country amid the COVID-19 outbreak caused by the novel coronavirus.A document issued by the Transportation Ministry and obtained by The Jakarta Post on Tuesday shows that airfares will fall by 40 to 50 percent on routes to 10 destinations deemed most affected by the outbreak.The 10 destinations will include Yogyakarta; Malang, East Java; Manado, North Sulawesi; Bali; Mandalika, West Nusa Tenggara; Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara; Bangka Belitung province; Batam and Bintan of the Riau Islands; and all regencies around North Sumatra’s Lake Toba.last_img read more

Ferdinand focused only on the prize

first_imgRio Ferdinand has no intention of getting distracted by record points hauls or winning the Premier League by the biggest margin. Both records have been mentioned in the last couple of weeks as Manchester United pulled 15 points clear of Manchester City in the title race. But as the two sides prepare to do battle in Monday’s derby clash at Old Trafford, Ferdinand is intent on remaining fully focused on landing the major prize. “It is just about winning,” he said. “If anything comes after that then great. If you win the league before the end of the season you can set other targets. For me personally we need to get the trophy first, then you can think of all the other stuff that goes on around it.” Monday represents City’s first cross-town trip since they put six past United in that never-to-be-forgotten demolition derby. Yet Ferdinand insists that mauling is not being used as motivation in the Red Devils camp. And neither is the pain suffered on the final day of the season, when Sergio Aguero’s injury-time strike snatched the trophy away after United’s season had already been concluded. “We are not any more hungry because of what happened last season,” said Ferdinand. “This is just the way we are. The mentality of this club, driven by the manager, is that you have to win and you have to be challenging for every single competition you go in for. “That has been the case since I have been here and will never change. This club, the manager, the management team he has behind him, and the players and the fans demand that.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Klopp hails new signing Van Dijk after debut goal

first_img“It was nice that Virgil van Dijk could score in his first game, a brilliant header,” said Klopp. “I am really happy.“In front of the Kop, makes it even better. In Germany we say cup games have different laws and it was like that — there was an extra push from both sides.”“What a night,” said the Dutch defender. “It was thoroughly deserved, it felt amazing to be out there, the goal is very special for me and my family.“Playing at Anfield for Liverpool is a dream for every player. To score a goal is even more special.”Klopp said the match was not a showcase for the best football, describing it as a “proper fight” between the Merseyside rivals. The German manager said he did not feel his side deserved a penalty for Mason Holgate’s challenge on Adam Lallana in the first half. Liverpool, United Kingdom | AFP | Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hailed new signing Virgil van Dijk after the world’s most expensive defender scored a late winner against Everton in a dream debut on Friday.The £75 million ($102 million, 85 million euros) signing from Southampton scored with his head in the 84th minute to give Liverpool a 2-1 win in the third round of the FA Cup at Anfield.center_img “It was a similar situation (to the penalty against Liverpool for Everton last month) — the first one was no penalty in my opinion and this one wasn’t also. It’s the same. There is contact and the referee used his whistle. Exactly the same situation.”Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

A Study In Pink: What the Day/Night pink ball test at Eden Gardens means…

first_imgImage Courtesy: Times Of OmanAdvertisement cuNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs77kfi1Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E4h5u( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) hu2Would you ever consider trying this?😱sb8mCan your students do this? 🌚7Roller skating! Powered by Firework The last time Eden Gardens was brimmed up in a test match was during the historic 2001 clash against Australia. Much like that clash, which opened up new avenues for the Men In Blue, the Day/Night test promises to do the same for Indian cricket which is turning a new leaf in dominance at the moment. Advertisement Image Courtesy: Times Of OmanWhile countries like Australia and New Zealand got to experience the perks and boons of the pink ball back in 2015, it was a long wait for the Men In Blue. After lots of sways and close calls, the appointment of Sourav Ganguly as the BCCI president was the catalyst that this move needed.The Day-Night test achieved its primary goal, which was to bring in spectators. Eden Gardens was buzzing during dusk much like during an IPL game which shows how the new format has excited the viewers.Advertisement Yet another appealing factor of the revamped format is the timing which allows several spectators to join in during the latter stages of the play. Moreover, in a country with scorching heat, it eases the viewers as they only have to endure the heat for a short while.Moreover, Team India’s performance albeit against a team like Bangladesh is bound to get the viewers buzzing. The glittering pink ball was a spectacle to behold either off the bat of Virat Kohli or zipping its way through the air off the hands of the seamers.Advertisement The successful completion of the Day/Night test puts forward a lot of new exciting prospects in the future. To entice the viewers in regards to domestic cricket, Ranji Trophy matches could be played under the lights as there is a huge bridge between domestic and International cricket viewers.Playing with the pink ball is a challenge for all the departments of the game. With the ball garnering movement under the lights, it is an ordeal for the batsman to deal with the movement as well as spot it in the lights. Meanwhile, with the ball being harder and weighing more than the traditional red ball, grabbing catches is a challenge. Due to these aspects, playing with the pink ball under the lights can develop a player if it is implemented right from the domestic level itself.With the pink ball test being aesthetically pleasing, it draws a lot of the younger audience as well. After the culmination of the Day/Night test, it is safe enough to say that it has made India fall in love with test cricket once again.Read Also:Ravi Shastri: MS Dhoni’s future depends on how he does in IPLAlways amongst the “runs”: Steve Smith punishes himself with 3km run after he fails to score big in Brisbane test against Pakistan  Advertisementlast_img read more

One of India’s fastest bowlers wants to make a comeback into the limited overs…

first_imgImage Courtesy: APAdvertisement 6zq64qNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7ou0v8Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Es( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 3brcqctWould you ever consider trying this?😱83mcCan your students do this? 🌚blvqRoller skating! Powered by Firework Team India has been on a stunning run. A 2-1 ODI series win against Australia at home, and now dominating the T20 series in the tour of New Zealand. The whole squad has been in tremendously good form, and guess who is wanting to join in on the fun? The superstar pacer Umesh Yadav, who’s foundation in the squad has been limited to red ball cricket.Advertisement Image Courtesy: APWhile being a regular in Test cricket, Umesh Yadav has missed out in recent limited over series. Since his last appearance for the international squad in the West Indies ODI series in October 2018, and T20 series against Australia back in February 2019, the pacer has not received any call ups for white ball format of the game, eventually missing out on the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.“I am desperate to play white ball cricket,” Yadav said in a recent interview with Times of India.Advertisement With the availability of options like Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami, along with Virat Kohli’s focus on using more spinners in limited overs cricket, Yadav has fallen down the pecking order, but is focusing on improving his performance in hopes of a return.The 32 year old continued: “Who wants to sit outside the ground? I am also human. I am working really hard and am very eager to play white ball cricket again. I got the chance in the 2015 World Cup and I was happy to perform well for my country.” Advertisement With 75 ODI caps since his debut in 2010, and only 7 caps in T20 international, the Royal Challengers Bangalore Star is eager to return to either formats: “Was disappointed when I was not included in the 2019 World Cup. Be it T20Is or ODIs, I eagerly want to make a comeback.”In the Bangladesh Test series back in November 2019, Yadav picked up a total of 12 wickets, with a stunning 5 wicket haul in the second innings of the final Test at Eden Gardens.“I am seriously looking forward to this. I am thankful to the selectors who gave me the opportunity to play for the country. They are the best judge. I am trying my best to make a comeback to white ball Cricket. For this, whatever I have to do, I will,” Yadav added.Also read-Umesh Yadav : Indian pacers have got their rhythm backSee which young star India’s batting coach has predicted a big future for! Advertisementlast_img read more

Cyswog’n’ Fun Olympic Distance Results

first_img34th Annual Nelson Cyswog ‘N’ Fun                                          Olympic Distance Individual Results(1.5 Km Swim – 39 Km Bike – 10 Km Run)     Pos     Time    Team Name                               Place/Total Category               ——– ——- ————————————— ————————–          1     2:16:19 2 Old Geezers and a Young Gun                  2     2:37:37 Too Legit To Quit Pos     Time    Name                    City          Plc/Total Category             ——– ——- ———————– ————- ——————- —-          1     2:04:00 Dallas CAIN             Rossland         1/2   Men 35-39               2     2:07:23 Gary WADE               Kelowna        1/11  Men 40-49              3     2:13:16 Joel DELEENHEER     Lake Country   2/11  Men 40-49              4     2:14:23 Seth BITTING            Rossland       3/11  Men 40-49             5     2:18:01 Cam MCTAVISH      Vancouver   4/11  Men 40-49                 6     2:20:59 Greg WELWOOD    Burnaby   5/11  Men 40-49                    7     2:25:48 Nelson ROCHA          Nelson   6/11  Men 40-49                   8     2:33:30 Mike KONKIN             Trail          7/11  Men 40-49             9     2:36:30 Kim HEINZE          Calgary        1/5   Men 50-59               10     2:39:22 Janine BENSON    Kelowna     1/3   Women 45-49           11     2:39:54 Denise UHRYNUK   Nelson  1/4   Women 50-54           12     2:42:51 Scott SUTHERLAND    Edmonton  8/11  Men 40-49           13     2:44:14 Paul SAWATSKY      Cranbrook      9/11  Men 40-49              14     2:44:46 Mark FROMBERG           Kelowna        1/3   Men 60-64           15     2:44:46 Linsi COMFORT           Calgary        1/2   Women 25-29            16     2:45:49 Clover ARDERN       Castlegar      1/1   Women 30-34            17     2:47:06 David KONKIN          North Van  10/11  Men 40-49               18     2:48:52 Basil MCLAREN       Nelson       1/2   Men 30-34          19     2:49:51 Evan NEILSEN            Calgary        1/2   Men 25-29           20     2:50:21 Neil PRETTY             Nelson         2/2   Men 30-34           21     2:51:18 Andrew JONES            Nelson         2/5   Men 50-59               22     2:52:24 Peter WARD              Nelson         3/5   Men 50-59                 23     2:52:35 Robert TUTTLE           Calgary       11/11  Men 40-49              24     2:53:55 Kevin MCGUIRE           Nelson         4/5   Men 50-59              25     2:54:37 Chris LALONDE           Nelson    1/3   Women 55-59              26     2:57:08 Amanda HARDING      Warfield       2/2   Women 25-29             27     2:57:24 Stephen FORT            Kelowna        5/5   Men 50-59               28     2:59:47 Corina WAAGE            Kamloops       1/3   Women 40-44         29     3:03:33 Karrie PARENT           Bury           2/3   Women 40-44         30     3:04:50 Lynda DECHIEF           Nelson         3/3   Women 40-44            31     3:11:09 Amy FOURNIER        Patricia       1/2   Women 35-39              32     3:11:50 Con DIAMOND        Nelson         1/2   Men 65-69           33     3:13:28 Otis LIPPITT    Three Hills 2/2 Men   25-29                                        34     3:17:27 Donna DOYLE      Victoria       2/3   Women 55-59             35     3:22:46 Mary MCKAY      Calgary        3/3   Women 55-59                                                    36     3:23:38 Graham JARMIN           Nelson         2/3   Men 60-64                37     3:24:29 Daiva VILLA             Nelson         2/3   Women 45-49         38     3:25:03 Yvonne WERKMANN   Didsbury  2/4   Women 50-54                                                      39     3:31:14 Tara PRIMEAU            Crescent Val   2/2   Women 35-39                                                        40     3:35:22 Val YOWEK               Nelson         3/4   Women 50-54                       Olympic Distance Team Results     ——-FINAL—- ————————————— ————————–  last_img read more

Liberia’s 2014 Agriculture Sector Review: Underscoring Achievements & Challenges

first_imgAlthough growth in Liberia’s agricultural sector remained stagnant as the result of limited funding, the Ebola crisis, which began early 2014 seriously, stalled every effort by government and its partners to boost agriculture. With a population of about 4 million people that still depends on food imports, despite much promise by the Liberian government to make agriculture a priority to ensure food security and also reduce poverty in the lives of rural citizens, the crisis has contributed to more challenges as farmers abandoned farms for fear of contracting the virus.Also, all attention was placed on fighting the Ebola disease by government and partners.The Liberian government struggled to secure food supplies in the wake of quarantines and border closures which were aimed at containing the Ebola outbreak that disrupted farming. It mounted pressure on food imports.“The agricultural sector has been hardest hit by the Ebola crisis, which has crippled domestic food production,” said Dr. Florence Chenoweth, Agriculture Minister.In 2014, before the outbreak of Ebola, the Government of Liberia through the MOA and its partners introduced some agricultural  projects aimed at giving local farmers the opportunity to improve productivity and generate income. Such projects included the West Africa Agriculture Productivity Program (WAAPP- Liberia), the revamping of the Central Agriculture Research Institute (CARI) quarantine livestock facility, and the initial production of foreign breed of chicks by Obassanjo farms for poultry farmers.WAAPP LiberiaIn March 2014, WAAP- Liberia’s ten-year agricultural project of the MoA with funding from the World Bank to increase rice and cassava production was introduced  in eight of Liberia’s fifteen counties,  including Gbarpolu, Mar-Gibi, Bomi, Bong, Sinoe, River-Gee, Grand Gedeh and Maryland counties.According the World Bank assessment,  “WAAPP- Liberia” shows some significant gains amidst the Ebola where 270 metric tons of improved seed rice was produced and distributed to more than 46,500 farmers and 12,100 hectares of cassava cultivated in the targeted counties. However, farmers in some of the counties affected by the virus abandoned farm land because of fear to contract the virus which lowers production. Livestock Development As part of effort to revamp livestock production, the United States Agency for International Development Food and Enterprise Development Program for Liberia (USAID FED), in partnership with the Liberian government, in 2014 revamped the CARI’s animals quarantine facility in Suakoko, Bong County.The facility has the capacity to house 500 animals but only 23 goats were initially supplied by Land O’ Lake,  another partner under the livestock program, and distributed to local farmers in Bong, Lofa, Grand Bassa and Nimba Counties. Because of the Ebola technical support to animal producers in some of the counties, farmers were limited in  raising livestock, as some of the partners scaled  down.Poultry ProductionFor the first time after the war in 2014, Liberian poultry farmers gained  access to the initial production of exotic breeds  of chicks produced by Obassanjo Farm, reducing the burden on imported chicks.Obssanjo farm is a multi-million dollar  private investment established in 2013 in Grand Cape Mount by former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obassajo. The aim is to revamp poultry production in Liberia for the improvement of food security.The marketing of poultry products from the Obassajo farm became a serious challenge as the three countries; Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia identified mainly for the markets, were affected of the Ebola outbreak.Agricultural FinancingFarmers in Liberia often lack access to credit due to a lack of credit worthiness required by traditional banks and also inadequate or no business records. The lack of collateral also serves as another barrier in getting loans. Many commercial banks thus consider it a risky venture to lend to farmers because of the misconception that farmers will not pay back these loans.To improve access to credit for Liberian farmers USAID FED and the Liberia Entrepreneurial and Asset Development (LEAD) partnered to provide loans  worth US$40,000 to nine farming organizations from Lofa County in December 2014. The farmers received loans ranging from US$1,750.00 USD to US$10,000 USD which they are expected to invest inimproving existing farm projects. Those are some of the farmers who demonstrating strong resilience in the midst of Ebola in Lofa which was heavily hit by the virus.In order to further boost agricultural financing, President Ellen Johnson in her 2014 Annual Message announced US$ 9.8 million as a  loan in the National Budget for Liberian farmers. However, not much is known on how Liberian farmers were able to access the loan due to the crisis.Ebola fightEbola affected farmers in small agri-businesses to get assistance from FAOAs a way to sustain food security, government and its partners got involved  into the Ebola fight by sensitizing farmers on the prevention of Ebola to remain productive. The United Nation Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is one of the partners assisting farmers to overcome the effect of Ebola.The FAO has disclosed plans  to assist several farmers across the country affected by the crisis in improving their agri-businesses.Moreover, the World Bank President Dr. Jim Yong Kim in December last year promised an economic package for Liberian farmers to recover from the Ebola challenges. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgLough Eske Castle in County Donegal, Ireland was among the winners at this year’s World Luxury Hotel Awards, meaning it has now been recognised at the event for three years in a row.The property, which is located just outside Donegal Town, was named the best luxury country hotel for 2011.Situated in 43 acres of woodland by the shores of Lough Eske, the castle features 95 guestrooms, an aromatherapy spa, a swimming pool and the Cedars restaurant. It also provides two bars and more than 6,000 square feet of conference and banqueting space.Jeroen Quint, general manager of Lough Eske Castle, said the award is an endorsement of the hotel’s “first-class facilities and surroundings” and the “exceptional service” offered by its staff.He added: “It is a huge honour to be named the world’s best luxury country hotel.“This is also a win for Donegal, which in our opinion is Ireland’s most beautiful tourist destination and we are happy it is home to the world’s best luxury country hotel for the last three years.” Among the other winners at this year’s World Luxury Hotel Awards was the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, which was named the world’s leading luxury property.Fairmont Chateau Whistler in Canada, Sandals Royal Plantation in Jamaica and Diva Maldives were recognised in the categories covering ski resorts, island escapes and luxury beach properties respectively.SOLIS LOUGH ESKE WINS ANOTHER GLOBAL AWARD was last modified: September 28th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:solis lough eske hotellast_img read more