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My Top 5 Favorite Anime!
5. Attack on Titan: Just because its on 5th place dosent mean I dont like it that much. In fact I like this anime a lot. When I saw the trailer of it, I was like wow I have to see this anime. Thats what everyone tought too. For that, it became super famous. The reason its 5th place its because is super violent. There is lots of blood, when ever Eren and his friends kill all the titans and I dont like violent and blood, but its still a good and intresting anime. 4. Akame ga Kill: Same goes like Attack on Titan. Its 4th place because there is lots of mudering, but they do it to fight evil and save people, but still the character like to kill a lot. Very violent anime. 3. No Game No Life: The name says it all if there's no game, there's no life. The reason I like this anime is because I love games.(Im a gamer) Not only that but I also like this anime because of Sora and Shiro. They are siblings but they have this wierd relation ship, but I like it. They always want to be togheter almost like they're boyfriends, but no. They just love each other as siblings and I think that's cute. 2. Fairy Tail: One of my favorite animes. This anime is all about friendship. Natsu, Lucy and the others treat each other as family. I wish i was like that with my friends. This anime help me how to love and protect my friends and family. That's why everybody loves this anime; is so heart touching. โ™ก 1. BLEACH: Now BLEACH! My favorite anime in the hole wide world! There's a billion reasons why I love this anime so much. BLEACH is the anime that made me an anime addicted. I love BLEACH a lot because of Ichigo he is the most amazing guy ever! He is all about protecting his friends and family. He risk his life to become a shinigami in order to save evrybody he love, but at the end, he ended up saveing the whole world. Thank you Ichigo. โ™ฅ The anime is also very interesting and funny. Im like obsessed with this master pieace of anime.โ™ฅโ™ฅ So there you go. My top 5 Favorite animes. What are your top 5 anime?
The Evolution of Super Slender Skyscrapers
The ever increasing economic prosperity and population in the urban areas point towards a future where the construction industry is going to have to figure out a way to accommodate this monumental rise. With the availability of land for construction becoming scarce the architects and engineers are looking at innovative ways in which they can use the modern technology in the construction industry like virtual construction technology to their advantage and create taller buildings in small sites. This has today given a rise to the trend of super slender skyscrapers. What are super slender skyscrapers? The super-slender high-rise technique is an ingenious way of maximizing on available floor areas and gaining the most value from small sites. These slender skyscrapers are pencil-thin buildings of 50-90+ stories which use development and design strategy of slenderness to create buildings with maximum possible square feet of floor area. The construction of slender skyscrapers first originated in New York with the building of structures like 432 Park Avenue and 53W53. Today many of these slender skyscrapers are clustered around Central Park particularly around the 57th Street which has been known as the Billionaireโ€™s Row. These high-rise residential tower blocks have today achieved the price range of $9,000 to $11,000 per square foot. With these slender skyscrapers presenting attractive return on-investment the construction companies across the globe are looking to build such skyscrapers. Some notable examples being The Collins House site in Melbourne, South Quay Plaza in Tower Hamlets, Highcliff, in Hong Kong. However, to construct these skyscrapers is not without its own set of challenges, below we look at the challenges that engineers and architects face in constructions of these skyscrapers and how virtual construction is increasingly being used. What are the key considerations and challenges in the construction of super slender skyscrapers? The first challenge is to get the exact width to height ratio. When the term โ€˜slendernessโ€™ is used it refers to the total height of a skyscraper, and well as its (base) width-to-height ratio. This could be extremely tricky to construct. Here there are various things which need to be kept in mind while designing and constructing such skyscrapers like measuring the effect of weather, quality of soil, looking at the materials as well as ensuring that the aesthetic appeal of the place is not lost. One important thing which architects and designers must consider while constructing super slender skyscrapers is the aesthetic appeal of the area. Due to its size the area is very small and hence architects need to find solutions to make it seem bigger. Today, most slender skyscrapers use virtual construction to create designs which are in accordance with logistical consideration and also stay in the budgetary limit. They have the requisite tools which allow the designers to properly visualize their designs and come up with better design solutions for instance some ways in which architects and designers give the illusion of space is by having higher, loftier ceilings or by having an open layout with glass windows and more possibilities of natural light. Revit Modeling Services can here be used to conduct daylight analysis and see how much sunlight the area will receive at different times of the year. Similarly, with BIM it is also possible to create virtual reality and augmented reality environments which could provide the exact understanding of the space. Aerodynamics is another very important factor that the engineers, architects and designers must consider while creating super slender buildings. Wind is a dominant force and could lead to sway and thus early on in the designing phase different shapes for the towers need to be workshopped and then the designs need to be tested either in โ€œwind tunnelsโ€ or through digital simulation. Then changes in the design are proposed like ledges and corners which are monumental in reducing the impact of the wind. The building could also be designed with holes, notches and slots which could be reduce the sway of the wind. With virtual construction the whole skyscraper can be constructed in a digital environment following which simulation can be used to simulate the effect of both the worst-case and as well as the general wind load on built structures. An alternative common method used by architects and engineers to reduce sway is use of mass dampers which can counteract sway and additional stability to the building. Another key consideration which needs to be kept in mind while constructing skyscraper is the materials which are used for its construction. The popular combination of material used is steel and cement, which has allowed the architects to build slimmer, sturdier and more rigid structures. The builders were initially limited in the past but can today with new and strong materials build taller structures as well as maintain the buildingโ€™s structural integrity. Recently researchers have found that by adding industrial by-products like ash, pulverized fly ash, leftover microsilica and steel slag could make the material more rigid and robust enough to support heavier loads. On top of these the construction of super slender skyscrapers also has various other issues which would plague any construction sector from coordination, collaboration challenges to workflow management. Revit BIM Services can also streamline the whole construction process by detecting interferences, providing tools to augment collaboration between all the involved stakeholders and thus reducing cost, rework and waste of resources. It also facilitates quantity take-offs, accurate costing and scheduling. Thus, we are living through the moment of history where the architecture and construction sector is going through some major evolutions. Super Slender Skyscrapers is a result of both the rising needs and scarcity of space made possible by technological advancements. The trend though has originated in New York it has slowly caught up in Hong Kong and Australia. It is however to be seen how these super slender structures will be constructed in countries with vastly different climate and soil conditions.
10 Fantastic Design & Decor Ideas for the Bedroom
1. Plush Rugs Designer rugs in the bedroom allow you additional space to laze around while adding to the appearance of the bedroom. Plush rugs in shades of gray might just be the aesthetic touch your bedroom needs. 2. Velvet Sofa If your bedroom has enough space to fit in a sitting area, make sure to get sofas to sit around. Go for jewel tones like this emerald sofa to up the ante! 3. Pop of Colour One vibrant corner in an otherwise contemporary bedroom looks striking. Choose a color that is unmissable like neon and fluorescent shades. 4. Ornate Light Fixtures Give your bedroom a grand air by installing a chandelier at the center. Chandeliers are a bold choice for the bedroom since most people prefer subtler options. An antique chandelier in the bedroom is the perfect choice for royalty! 5. Side Tables Side tables serve the dual purpose of style and functionality! Side tables with drawers can save your bedroom from a lot of unnecessary clutter. The top of side tables is also the perfect place to position your night lamp and put your books and phone on. 6. Carved Headboard Designer headboards are the perfect antidote for boredom. Exquisite detailing on headboards is a massive style boost to the bedroom. 7. Frame It! Framed paintings or photographs serve more than an aesthetic purpose. They add a personal touch to the bedroom. Choose ones that hold sentimental value and install them above the bedpost. 8. Soothing False Ceiling There is no dearth of false ceiling designs for bedroom. A standard ceiling lacks the finesse and style of a false ceiling. False ceilings hide imperfections and wires while providing insulation. For a relaxed atmosphere in the bedroom, go for white false ceiling design. 9. Wallpapers Do you want to get an out-of-the-box bedroom style? Then get printed wallpapers to fluff up your space. Pastel and neutral hues are the best for covering entire walls with wallpaper. 10. Delicate Curtains Sheer white curtains allow just the right amount of light to flicker through.