Villa Korup / Jan Henrik Jansen Arkitekter + Marshall Blecher

first_img Year:  Photographs ArchDaily Denmark 2018 Villa Korup / Jan Henrik Jansen Arkitekter + Marshall Blecher Architects: Jan Henrik Jansen Arkitekter, Marshall Blecher Area Area of this architecture project Projects “COPY” CopyHouses•Korup, Denmark, Denmark ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboardcenter_img Area:  280 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeJan Henrik Jansen ArkitekterOfficeFollowMarshall BlecherOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookKorup, DenmarkDenmarkPublished on May 01, 2020Cite: “Villa Korup / Jan Henrik Jansen Arkitekter + Marshall Blecher” 01 May 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Villa Korup / Jan Henrik Jansen Arkitekter + Marshall BlecherSave this projectSaveVilla Korup / Jan Henrik Jansen Arkitekter + Marshall Blecher Photographs:  Hampus Berndtson, Marshall Blecher, Gabrielle Gualdi Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: Louis PoulsenDesign Team:Jan Hernik Jansen, Marshall BlecherConsultants:Cross Timber SystemsCity:Korup, DenmarkCountry:DenmarkMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Hampus BerndtsonRecommended ProductsWindowsSky-FrameRetractable Insect Screen – Sky-Frame FlyWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsDoorsJansenDoors – Folding and SlidingDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumText description provided by the architects. Villa Korup was designed for a young family of six on the Danish island of Fyn after a fire destroyed their previous home. The characteristic ‘three-legged’ plan was developed in order to delineate the different aspects of the landscape, accentuating their qualities and creating three characteristic courtyard-like spaces; sunny south-facing sloped area to the south, a protected kitchen garden to the east and an orchard cum playground to the west.Save this picture!© Hampus BerndtsonInternally, the plan provides central communal spaces for the large family to gather as well as more private, secluded spaces at the ends of the wings.Save this picture!© Hampus BerndtsonSave this picture!Floor planSave this picture!© Hampus BerndtsonThe house is constructed entirely from cross-laminated timber (CLT) and clad with panels of raw weathering steel which react to the sites conditions and develop over time; starting out with an oily grey, metallic finish, gradually streaking with orange, fading into a mottled brown and eventually settling into a deep earthy umber. The steel cladding system was developed especially for this house and results in a completely fixtureless facade.Save this picture!© Gabrielle GualdiThe house was one of the first private dwellings constructed in Denmark from CLT which has in this case been exposed throughout the house and treated in a traditional Danish manner with soap and lye which protects the timber and gives it a soft, resilient finish.Save this picture!© Hampus BerndtsonThe house was raised in just three days after panels were carefully designed and robotically manufactured from sustainable FSC Baltic fir. Savings on labour meant that this solid timber house was constructed at a comparable cost to a more traditional timber frame house.Save this picture!© Marshall BlecherSave this picture!ElevationsSave this picture!© Marshall BlecherThe house was designed by Danish/German architect Jan Henrik Jansen in collaboration with Australian Architect Marshall Blecher. The two architects are currently working together on projects across Scandinavia including an underground house in the sand-dunes of northwestern Denmark, a private island cabin in Norway and the conversion of a 120 year old thatched cabin on the Baltic coast of GermanySave this picture!© Gabrielle GualdiProject gallerySee allShow lessIDEAS Qixing Xigang Campsite / Ruer Architectural DesignSelected ProjectsDarling Square / ASPECT StudiosSelected Projects Share Houses Save this picture!© Hampus Berndtson+ 25Curated by Paula Pintos Share “COPY”last_img read more

The NRA Foundation awards $1,000 to Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry

first_imgIndianapolis, In. — The NRA Foundation recently awarded Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry a grant to be used to serve Indiana residents. These funds will help Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry pay processing fees for large game and livestock donations within Indiana. The processed meat will then be given to area hunger-relief agencies.Founded in 2011, Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry asks area hunters and farmers to take their large game or livestock to a participating meat processor where the donation is processed, packaged and frozen at no cost (plus, farmers may write off the fair market value on their taxes). Local hunger-relief agencies will be contacted for pick up and distribution of this nutritious protein back into the community. “We are very excited about our “Meat” the Need program,” said Debra Treesh, Executive Director of Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry. “We’re pleased that the NRA Foundation is continually willing to make an investment in the community.”Lack of food does not only affect the homeless or unemployed. The economy may be showing signs of improvement but many hardworking Hoosiers are still living paycheck to paycheck, regularly having to choose between paying bills, obtaining medicine or buying groceries. In these homes, an unexpected bill of any sort (like a major car repair or medical bill) can throw an already tight budget into a downward spiral. According to Feeding America’s Map the Meal Gap, 31% of working Indiana residents who are food insecure do not qualify for food-assistance programs. These residents have to turn to charitable food assistance networks such as food banks, pantries, hunger ministries, etc… And the hardest commodity for food banks to obtain? Protein, a nutrient that is part of every cell in your body and vital to brain/body development.More than 300,000 Indiana children have no idea where their next meal is coming from…“The grant provided by this store will pay to process about 750 pounds of donated large game and livestock, which will then be distributed to area hunger-relief agencies – providing almost 3,000 meals to residents in need within our communities,” said Treesh. In the last seven years, Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry has helped to distribute approximately 1.2 million pounds of meat to Indiana food banks, providing over 5 million meals to Hoosiers in need. “To date, we have 83 participating meat processors working within 85 counties in Indiana to aid us in our mission and to ensure residents in need are served,” shared Amber Zecca, Fund Development Director of Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry.On average, the cost of this donated meat is about $1.30 per pound, which is less than $.30 per meal!Established in 1990, The NRA Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization that raises tax-deductible contributions in support of a wide range of firearm-related public interest activities of the National Rifle Association of America and other organizations that defend and foster the Second Amendment rights of all law-abiding Americans. These activities are designed to promote firearm and hunting safety, to enhance marksmanship skills of those participating in the shootings sports, and to educate the general public about firearms in their historic, technological, and artistic context.  More information about The NRA Foundation can be found online here.last_img read more