ترس اکتسابیه،بچه ها بطور ذاتی مفهوم غرق شدن و ترس از آب رو نمیفهمن مگر دیده باشن والدینشون میترسن یا برای داخل آب رفتن هشدار میدن.مواظب رفتارمون و صحبتامون در مورد شنا کردن و آب جلوی بچه ها باشیم
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#HeydarAliyevCenter shortlisted for #RIBA International Prize 2016. Built on the site of a Soviet munitions factory, the Heydar Aliyev Center’s fluid architecture embodies an enlightened philosophical framework. Breaking from rigid and often monumental Soviet architecture that is so prevalent in Baku, its open forms promise to open and engage Azeri culture with an act of attraction rather than imposition. The centre’s fluid exterior surfaces rise from its surroundings to define a series of exhibition and performance spaces within, inviting the urban fabric of the city into the heart of building.
Named ‘Design of the Year’ by London’s Design Museum, the centre was cited as "a masterwork of invention and execution,” and since opening, has hosted exhibitions by Azeri and international artists such as Andy Warhol, Tony Cragg and Bernard Buffet. The centre has also held performances of opera by Alessandro Safina, jazz by Deedee Bridgewater, experimental music by Kiatro and violin by Itzhak Perlman. On his recent visit to Baku, Pope Francis addressed religious leaders and local residents in the centre’s theatre.
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A giant exoskeleton takes Zaha Hadid Architects’ goal of form and structure in a single envelope another step further in Macau.
Credit: Ivan Dupont @ivan.dupont
The hotel form took its inspiration from tradtional jade crafting.
For ZHA, its use was a continuation of the practice’s ongoing research into the integration of form and structure into one envelope. Along with Morpheus’s reinforced concrete cores, this aluminium-clad exoskeleton forms a dual stability system. It is connected to the internal floor and beam structure via stub connections penetrating the curtain wall. The exoskeleton stands 1.3m proud of a 43,388m2 glass facade, freeing up the interior from the constraints of columns and supporting walls and providing additional screening from the sun. In addition, where visible, the external lattice lends an expressive quality to the interior spaces.