334 Sumatrastraat / Bláha Architecture + Design

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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Projects 334 Sumatrastraat / Bláha Architecture + Design Lead Architects: The Netherlands 334 Sumatrastraat / Bláha Architecture + DesignSave this projectSave334 Sumatrastraat / Bláha Architecture + Design “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/880462/334-sumatrastraat-blaha-architecture-plus-design Clipboard CopyHouses•The Hague, The Netherlands Photographs:  Maurice Mikkers Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Architects: Bláha Architecture + Design Area Area of this architecture project Area:  330 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  Photographs Annemieke Bláha 2017 Save this picture!© Maurice Mikkers+ 22 Share City:The HagueCountry:The NetherlandsMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Maurice MikkersRecommended ProductsLightsVibiaCeiling Lights – BIGDoorsdormakabaEntrance Doors – Revolving Door 4000 SeriesDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20DoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Sliding Door – Rabel 62 Slim Super ThermalText description provided by the architects. For its latest project, emerging Dutch practice Bláha Architecture + Design has completed a four-storey designed-to-rent townhouse in The Hague, the Netherlands. The project was commissioned in 2014 by a private client that wanted to redevelop an existing property for investment purposes. 334 Sumatrastraat is located on a typical 19th-century street of middle class housing in Archipel, The Hague.The project transforms a dilapidated 1880-terraced house into a home that can be let out as a whole house, or as two separate apartments with their own front doors. To create a generous space Bláha has made a number of key moves, including converting the roof into a bedroom, adding a courtyard garden, and extending the property by an extra 2.5m across the rear on every floor to create further floor area and external terraces, as well as a completely contemporary rear facade.Save this picture!© Maurice MikkersFrom the front, the main facade has been restored to its original design. The only modification is the additional two dormer windows on the roof. The original brickwork has been repointed, and the timber windows and roof replaced. Inside however, the house has been completely renovated, with only a handful of existing elements retained because of the poor state of the building. Rather than replace these elements, Bláha has turned the inside into a contemporary living space that juxtaposes old with new. From the outside, visitors will expect a historical property complete with small rooms, but on entering they will find light-filled, expansive spaces, characterised by clean lines, neat storage solutions and a palette of whites, greys and natural materials.Save this picture!© Maurice MikkersThis surprise begins on the ground floor, which occupies the entire 28m-deep plot. Designed as a ‘big loft’, the 102m2 space can function as a garage/workshop to tenants, or as a separate live/work studio. An exciting move has been to claw back some of the filled in rear to create a walled courtyard, which has access to the terrace above via a steel stair.Save this picture!Long SectionUpstairs, the contemporary theme continues. Bláha has created a new core in the centre of the northern party wall. This core contains an open stairwell and acts partially as a cloakroom on the first floor, complete with closets and a WC, then as a landing on the second floor. On the first floor, this core opens onto a long double aspect living space, with a sitting area towards the front, and a kitchen and dining area to the back that in turn opens onto a large terrace through full-height glazing. This open space can then be sub-divided by sliding walls on either side of the core to create more intimate spaces. The kitchen is a pared back design focused around an impressive and sophisticated Carrera marble island – a material that continues throughout the house for fire surrounds, as well as in the bathrooms and WCs.Save this picture!© Maurice MikkersContinuing upstairs, the upper two floors are for sleeping. On the second floor is a central marble bathroom sandwiched between a bedroom to the rear with a new terrace that looks over the surrounding back gardens, as well as a room to the front of the house that has access via a white steel stair to a mezzanine bedroom on the third floor in the converted attic. This ante space can be either used as a home office or dressing area. The sleeping area on the floor above, meanwhile, also has full-height glazing and doors opening onto another generous new terrace.Save this picture!© Maurice MikkersProject gallerySee allShow lessPop-In, Pop-Out, Pop-Up: Collapsible Street Cinema Uses Film to Reflect on Soviet Ru…MiscSarmashgh Office / Kohankhesht Architecture GroupSelected Projects Share “COPY” Manufacturers: 13 Speciaal, A. Blijleven B.V., Houtlijn, PV windows, Sk Bouw, The Stone Art House ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/880462/334-sumatrastraat-blaha-architecture-plus-design Clipboard ArchDaily Houseslast_img read more

Gardai identify human remains found in Limerick

first_imgWalk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR No vaccines in Limerick yet Print NewsLocal NewsGardai identify human remains found in LimerickBy Editor – May 9, 2013 800 Gardaí across Ireland take on viral dance challenge Twitter TAGSbodyfeaturedGardahuman remainsmissingPolish Previous articleAfter Dark – Riverfest FireworksNext articleThe feelgood factor Editor center_img Facebook Advertisement Man and woman arrested after Gardaí seize cash and suspected drugs worth more than €28,000 WhatsApp The Garda Technical Unit examining the scene where the human remains were found on Tuesday.The Garda Technical Unit examining the scene where the human remains were found on Tuesday.by Andrew Carey [email protected] remains found in undergrowth near a riverside walkway in Limerick earlier this week are believed to be those of a Polish national missing in the city since last year.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mayorstone Gardaí, assisted by the State Pathologist office and technical experts have been able to identify and date the remains to last year and they have been in contact with the man’s family in Poland.Gardaí are continuing their investigation following the discovery of the fragmented remains last week at an area close to the North Circular Road junction with the Condell Road.Council workers clearing rubbish from an area of undergrowth close to the   walkway found a human skull shortly after 11am last Tuesday and Gardaí uncovered the rest of the fragmented remains shortly before lunch.Deputy State pathologist Michael Curtis carried out a postmortem after he visited the area of the discovery on Wednesday. A forensic anthropologist also examined the scene.Further Garda technical examinations uncovered clothing and personal items including a mobile phone and an identity card.Gardaí say that they are continuing with their investigation but are now following a definite line of inquiry. Newcastle West Gardaí move Linkedin Shannondoc operating but only by appointmentlast_img read more

Pin Oak Midstream acquires assets from Laurel Mountain Midstream in NW Pennsylvania

first_imgThe transaction adds to Pin Oak Midstream’s growing asset base within the Appalachian Basin Pin Oak Midstream acquires assets from Laurel Mountain Midstream in NW Pennsylvania. (Credit: Michal Jarmoluk from Pixabay) Pin Oak Midstream LLC (“Pin Oak Midstream” or the “Company”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Pin Oak Energy Partners LLC, announces the closing of a transaction with Laurel Mountain Midstream LLC (“LMM”), a joint venture between Williams Laurel Mountain, LLC and Chevron Northeast Upstream LLC, to acquire LMM’s Jackson Center assets (“Jackson Center”). Jackson Center includes over 1,050 miles of natural gas gathering pipelines and five (5) gathering compressor stations with a gathering capacity of over 50 MMcf/d and multiple interstate pipeline interconnects (both National Fuel Gas and Tennessee Gas Pipeline) with total interconnect capacities of almost 100 MMcf/d. The transaction adds to Pin Oak Midstream’s growing asset base within the Appalachian Basin.Brent Breon, President of Pin Oak Midstream LLC and Chief Commercial Officer of Pin Oak Energy Partners LLC, stated, “These assets in Mercer, Lawrence, and Crawford counties of Pennsylvania are a great fit to our expanding footprint and further bolster the Company’s midstream assets in the oil and wet gas windows of the Utica play in northwestern Pennsylvania. The Jackson Center assets currently gather conventional and unconventional gas from third party operators in the area and will allow Pin Oak Energy to connect and produce Utica wells currently waiting on pipelines. Additionally, Pin Oak remains committed to our ongoing efforts of executing our growth strategy through acquisitions even during these difficult times.”Pin Oak Midstream’s Appalachian Basin position consists of nearly 1,200 miles of pipeline assets; 13 interstate pipeline interconnections; gathering, processing and transportation dedications on more than 150,000 dedicated net deep acres (Marcellus and Utica) and current flowing volumes more than 15 MMcf/d. Source: Company Press Releaselast_img read more