Scaffolding Boards Tue, 22 Nov 2022 20:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Scaffolding Boards 32 32 Ennead Architects and Rockwell Group Unveil City Harvest Headquarters in Brooklyn Tue, 22 Nov 2022 20:00:00 +0000

New York studios Ennead Architects and Rockwell Group have converted a 19th-century railroad warehouse into the headquarters of a charity organization in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood.

Studios transformed a one-block train repair shop in Brooklyn into the headquarters and distribution center for the charity City Harvest, transforming it into a bright, open space by modernizing the original structure.

Ennead Architects worked with Rockwell Group to design a headquarters for City Harvest

Ennead Architects led the external and internal redesign while Rockwell Group designed an event space and test kitchen for the facility, called the Cohen Community Food Rescue Center.

The historic elements of the facade were kept largely intact by the redesign, with most interventions taking place in the long warehouse-like spaces of the interior.

City crop of architect Enned interior with steel staircase
The structure was a repair depot for a railroad

“For us, the most sustainable building is one that is already there, so our design approach was informed by the potential already existing in this building, which we revitalized and filled with daylight to create an open and welcoming environment. for all,” said Richard Olcott, Partner at Ennead Architects.

Inside, Ennead opened the 150,000-square-foot (13,935-meter) structure and discovered features such as clerestory windows that had been closed.

Desk for City Harvest with modern lights
Ennead Architects was responsible for the majority of office and distribution space

The two-story structure now houses open-plan workspaces alongside food collection and distribution areas, with offices on the top floor and distribution areas on the ground floor.

Throughout, Ennead Architects added steel screens and other partitions, and the studio also restored some of the tree-like wooden support columns throughout the space.

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Much of the timber frame of the original structure has been retained

In the entrance, a steel staircase has been installed to provide access to the upper level, where the office program includes workspaces, lounges and a large gathering space, with custom graphics on some of the walls.

A number of energy-saving upgrades have also been added to the structure. These included hookups, radiant heating and cooling, and electric charging stations.

City Harvest Distribution Center
The structure serves as offices and a distribution center

Rockwell Group was responsible for designing a modern test kitchen where the organization can accommodate chefs and gatherings.

The kitchen has been designed so that visitors can watch food being prepared, and the warm space is made up of reclaimed barn wood, terracotta and steel features.

Test kitchen at City Harvest headquarters with shelving and arch
Rockwell Group created a wood-clad test kitchen

This area leads to restored archways that open to an event space with reclaimed oak flooring and what the studio called “immersive paneling.”

Rockwell Group also installed a roof terrace to complete the program. Here, an outdoor kitchen and lounge area has been furnished with items made from recycled milk jugs.

International architecture studio Ware Malcomb served as the official architect for the project and designed the building’s logistics spaces, including loading docks and food storage systems.

City Harvest is known for saving food waste and redistributing it to New Yorkers in need, and in one year distributes over 75 million pounds of food.

Event space with oak flooring
Rockwell Group has also designed an event space

“As emergency food needs continue to remain well above pre-pandemic levels, our new sustainable headquarters will help us meet the needs of our city – one day, one meal, one New Yorker. at a time,” said the CEO of City Harvest. Jilly Stephens.

Other projects that use older structures include the transformation of a Victorian warehouse into an office structure in London by Squire and Partners and the conversion of a 16th century clergy house in Spain into a holiday home by Atienza. Moor Architectos.

Photography by Albert Vecerka/Esto for Ennead Architects and Jason Varney for Rockwell Group.

Peace of mind starts with good perimeter security Tue, 22 Nov 2022 07:38:21 +0000

Have you driven around your suburbs and seen properties with very low walls or no walls at all, the sprawling lawn leading from the road to the front door? It might send shivers down your spine, but it’s more common than you might think that people don’t have proper perimeter protection.

Fidelity ADT warns that this is not a good idea given the crime statistics. Perimeter protection is your first line of defense when it comes to protecting your family and property. So says Charnel Hattingh, group leader of marketing and communications at Fidelity ADT.

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“While there are a number of different defenses you can use to keep your family safe, the goal is always the same: to maintain an environment that can be monitored and leaves you in control of who enters or not. One way to take control and have peace of mind is to secure the perimeter of your property,” she said.

She points out that two of the most common access points for criminals are doors left open or improperly secured and open garage doors.

According to Fidelity ADT, a combination of electronic and mechanical security elements and systems is very effective in deterring and detecting intruders. As such, the ideal setup is an integrated perimeter protection solution that integrates other security systems, such as an alarm, electric fence, CCTV and outdoor beams, all linked to a response service. armed.

Hattingh added that since our homes are our sanctuaries, people want to be able to come home after a long day of work and relax.

Proper perimeter security gives you the peace of mind to get up knowing that there is a physical barrier between you and the outside world. Moreover, not only is it essential to keep criminals out, but it is also a clear message for them to move on because “this house is not an easy target!”

Six things that make a house an easy target:

  • No wall or fence.
  • Low walls.
  • Doors left open.
  • Garage doors left open.
  • A clear view of the street in the house.
  • No electric fencing or other form of additional security on the walls.

In conclusion, Hattingh said it’s important to remember that criminals change and change their habits and behavior all the time. Therefore, homeowners also need to keep up with the trends and improve ways to secure their home.

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The first principle of better home security is to make your home less of a target. That means looking at things like upgrading your perimeter, good sensor lighting around the house, and electric fencing, outdoor beams, and an alarm that’s hooked up to a reputable armed response company.

She concluded: “Effective perimeter security allows you to monitor who is entering and also allows you to deny entry to anyone who may have sinister intentions. Just as your skin protects you from the outside environment and invasive germs, your perimeter protects your family and home from unwanted intruders.

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This all-white minimalist cabin is the flexible and functional little house on wheels you need Mon, 21 Nov 2022 11:07:58 +0000

Tiny house builder Base Cabin collaborated with Matt Goodman Architecture Office to create this super minimalist tiny house on wheels inspired by the simplicity of cattle sheds. The clean and simple house has been designed to merge beautifully with farms, vineyards or even the Australian bush. The aim was to make the residents feel connected to the environment and that there was no feeling of separation between the house and the landscape,

Designer: Base Cabin x Matt Goodman Architecture Office

“The design takes nothing away from the actual scenic landscape, but provides shelter for humans to occupy,” said Matt Goodman. You enter the house through a sliding glass door, which seamlessly disappears into a wall cavity, and also allows generous amounts of light and air to enter the house. Although the house occupies a small footprint, it is more spacious than it is due to the placement of operable windows, which provide lovely views no matter where you are.

The steel-framed tiny house features a durable exterior clad in white ColorBond, while the interiors are clad in whitewash plywood, providing a soft and warm finish to the entire space. It also ensures that the place seems less cluttered and more open. By integrating much of the functional storage requirements into the walls, they were able to maximize floor space. By adding a pull-down bed, along with a pull-down table, they ensured residents could make the most of the home‘s small footprint, day or night.

The Murphy bed occupies the maximum amount of space in the house, on which two people can sleep. There is also a full wall of storage cabinets, which can safely store a large number of items out of sight. During the day, when the bed is recessed into the wall, you can use the space as a home office or dining room, simply by pulling out the rounded table which is locked in place with a removable leg. Two stools, which are stored under the cabin’s built-in bench, can be removed and placed together with the table, to create a clever seating area for working or dining.

The tiny house also includes a kitchenette at one end, which has been fitted with a small sink under a large opening window, a built-in fridge and a sleek counter for cooking. A practical built-in day bed with a cushion is placed next to the kitchen. There is a large window above the day bed, which lets in plenty of light and air, making it a comfortable place to read or relax.

The bathroom is extremely well designed. It includes a toilet, a rain shower with skylight, an oval mirror and a suspended sink with a faucet built into the wall. Overall, the cabin is a modern, minimal, and compact living space priced at $68,000. You also have the option of adding solar power and composting toilets, if you want to go the sustainable route!

Six Degrees Architects to Design Beulah New Brunswick Townhouse Project Sun, 20 Nov 2022 22:52:39 +0000

Award-winning Melbourne-based developer Beulah has appointed Six Degrees Architects to design an eco-responsible townhouse project on a newly acquired property in Brunswick. Located at 17-23 Hodgson Street, the well-maintained 3,700m² site has two expansive street frontages totaling over 120m.

Expanding its footprint into the city center, Beulah aims to offer a collection of 25 eco-sustainable low-rise townhouses whose design seeks to retain the existing heritage facade while incorporating biophilic elements and sustainable materials. The Brunswick site joins Beulah’s growing portfolio in Melbourne’s inner north, including Fitzroy and Northcote.

Strategically located near the famous Sydney Road shopping district including Barkly Square Shopping Center and Union Square Shopping Centre, the site offers quick and easy access to some of Melbourne’s popular parks such as Royal Park, Princes Park and the Zoo from Melbourne, as well as the picturesque Temple Park.

“Brunswick is a thriving, creative and environmentally conscious pocket of Melbourne and we look forward to working with the local people and community to bring justice to the site,” said Beulah chief executive Jiaheng Chan.

“We are thrilled to be working with Six Degrees Architects to deliver a collection of raw, heritage warehouse style townhouses that are environmentally sustainable, designed to be low density, unique and environmentally friendly.

“Our goal is to attract like-minded people to this fantastic place, with the opportunity to experience and breathe all the wonderful things Brunswick and its people have to offer,” Chan added.

Six Degrees Director Peter Malatt looks forward to working with Beulah to transform the historic warehouse compound into 25 outstanding Brunswick townhouses.

“We are an architectural firm with a strong connection to Brunswick and a passion for its uniqueness and history. We appreciate his sense of community and we love his stories,” he said.

After completing the park and townhouses on Heller Street, as well as the Spanish Cellars apartments on the adjacent streets, Malatt sees the Beulah project as an opportunity to leverage their local knowledge and play to the rich history of the site.

“Beulah and Six Degrees is a natural collaborative partnership and we are really looking forward to working together on this fantastic project. Our vision of transforming spaces, creating experiences and a sense of community is strongly aligned. We have a shared passion for creating 25 exceptional homes as well as an authentic and meaningful neighborhood that is strongly connected to Brunswick.

The eco-friendly approach of the Brunswick townhouse project follows Beulah’s most innovative residential project to date, The Wilds, which is set to become the first carbon-neutral single-family housing development in central Melbourne.

Located on Cunningham Street in the desirable Westgarth area of ​​Northcote, the development aspires to set a benchmark for environmentally sustainable design principles, with all homes incorporating a solar panel and running on 100% electricity, allowing homes to run on fossil fuels. -without fuel.

“The Wilds reflects our continued commitment to quality, sustainability and eco-responsible practices and this has been very well received by buyers. We intend to leverage this research and experience working with Six Degrees Architects to create a thoughtful design for Brunswick that considers people and the planet,” Chan concluded.

The cave house offers spectacular views of Glenwood Canyon, life inside the rock formations Fri, 18 Nov 2022 23:32:21 +0000

Well, if you clicked on this story, you already know a little about what to expect. But the Glenwood Springs Cave Home is more than meets the eye, and we’ll take you inside to show you what we mean.



When you first arrive on the property, you walk up a mine shaft elevator to descend over 100 feet into solid rock. The elevator shaft was hand chiseled by the owner and builder of the house years ago, and as you descend slowly you can see places where it has been cut at rock level. It’s just a taste of what’s to come.

Once the ride has stopped and the iron elevator doors are opened, you enter what could be anyone’s basement, a pool table sits in the middle of a open space with glass windows against the back wall. The main difference is that the ceiling is steep rock formations that are uneven and a little tight in places for people over 6 feet.

The guest bedroom is just to the left, with an ironic sign hanging on the wall proclaiming “man cave”. Our tour guide/estate agent Will Vannice points out that occasionally water drips from the ceiling, but that’s part of the charm of living inside a cave system. The bathroom is integrated into the guest bedroom with frosted glass blocks.



“Easier to get them down room by room in the elevator,” Vannice points out.

Just outside this room, through the glass wall is the balcony, with stunning views of Glenwood Canyon. The patio goes up and down the levels, bringing you about half a floor to the next set of rooms, including the kitchen, bedroom, TV area and laundry/jukebox room. A large open patio sits just outside, housing a hot tub (unfortunately no longer working.)

But the part that makes this house so amazing is right next to the bedroom, behind a closed door. If you walk past it down a small hallway like any other house, you are transported into an incredible cave system and open room, where stalactites grip the ceiling and ribbon rock formations adorn the walls. It’s a totally different feel to the rest of the house, and it’s even noticeable in the air around you; the musty air of a cave system, just across from a house. Tools are still stuck in parts of the rock, with a path leading to a scene one would expect from any good caving movie.



“We have an idea but we really don’t know how far back it goes,” Vannice said with a laugh. “We’re going to have someone skinny go check it out for us and report back to us.”

The 25-acre property also has plenty of room to expand and, depending on who would buy it, plenty of room to expand existing rooms, provided they are comfortable tending to it. like the previous owner.

The Cave of the Chimes system is featured in the book “Caves of Colorado”, where the home builder got the idea to install it in the first place. The home is currently listed for nearly $2.5 million. Vannice said he knew the place was special even before it was featured online on social media accounts like “Zillow gone wild”.



In this time he said he has shown the house a few times and even had someone check out the property by private helicopter as it is a possibility for someone to access it from the outside. coming. Right now, they’re just looking for the right person to make this cozy Colorado cave their home base.

Mills wife charged with grand theft, altering checks, opening fraudulent loans in two felony counts Fri, 18 Nov 2022 22:32:55 +0000

CASPER, Wyo – A Mills woman pleaded not guilty to charges of theft and forgery in Natrona County District Court this week after police said she repeatedly altered and deposited checks written to her by customers she cleaned for would have.

Heather Jo Schmaltz, 43, is charged with stealing $2,640 by altering dates and amounts on checks and depositing them with her credit union via remote deposit – a feature where customers deposit checks by taking photos on their phones .

Schmaltz was also arrested and charged this summer in another case, in which she allegedly opened six fraudulent loans on behalf of clients while working at a payday lender. Schmaltz has yet to be charged in this case.

Schmaltz is presumed innocent until proven guilty or confessed.

The case of the altered checks began in the summer of 2021, when a woman who used to hire Schmaltz to clean her home showed bank records to police that the same $120 check was used to withdraw money from her account three times, sources in the affidavit. The date 1/24/20 was changed to 1/24/21 and then to 4/24/21.

Police said other parties who once hired Schmaltz to clean began reporting fraud involving the same check being cashed multiple times. In one case, a check originally written for $100 was cashed for $900, police said.

Both the bank of one of the alleged victims and the defendant’s credit union told investigators that the remote deposit feature proved problematic, according to the affidavit. One alleged victim was still awaiting reimbursement until the bank submitted a request to the Federal Reserve.

First Interstate Bank uncovered the fraudulent activity and was able to compensate one of the alleged victims, the affidavit said.

Another suspected victim, who had a bank account with Wells Fargo, showed police that a check written for $180 had been cashed two years later for $1,080. This man shared with investigators a screen shot of the electronic copy of the check on which the written amount had been overwritten and the affidavit had changed “one hundred and eighty dollars” to “one thousand and eighty dollars.”

An executive at the credit union where the money was deposited told police Schmaltz was the sole account holder and it was “nearly impossible” that anyone else deposited the checks. The account was suspended on July 28, 2021.

Police contacted Schmaltz that summer. She said she is visiting family in South Dakota and will contact the investigator at 9 a.m. on August 11, 2021. That day, an attorney called the investigator and said he advised Schmaltz not to meet with police until he could consult with the client and then set up a meeting. The investigators heard nothing back, the affidavit said.

On July 8, 2022, the manager of a payday lender and check cashing center contacted police and said that Schmaltz, an employee, stole approximately $7,500, according to the affidavit filed in the case. A returning customer had attempted to take out a loan and found he had $885 in unpaid debt from a loan the customer had not taken out, the affidavit said.

Security footage showed that Schmaltz was the only occupant of the building at the time the loan was taken out. According to police, she was seen printing a loan agreement and stealing the cash at the time. According to police, Schmaltz repeated the process four times in June 2022, sometimes leaving the redeemed amount stacked askew in the cash register, only to quickly grab it while placing the cash register in the safe, out of camera view.

Between the two cases, Schmaltz faces three counts of grand theft and 13 counts of forgery.

H&M teams up with IDF to launch the Metaverse Design Story collection by CoinEdition Fri, 18 Nov 2022 11:30:00 +0000

H&M teams up with IDF to launch the Metaverse Design Story collection

  • H&M partners with IDF to launch “The Metaverse Design Story collection”.
  • The digital collection will be viewable through AR mode lenses provided by Snapchat.
  • Some of the garments in the collection contain recycled polyester fiber.

Global clothing retailer H&M will present “The Metaverse Design Story collection”, the latest edition to its collection of innovative online and offline stories. The collection will be available at the GPO Mall in Melbourne from December 8, while the online version will be available in the virtual space by December 1.

The Metaverse Design Story collection is designed in partnership with the Institute of Digital Fashion (IDF). With augmented reality (AR) fashion lenses provided by Snapchat, the digital collection showcased through five augmented reality filters is accessible through the H&M app and viewable through AR fashion lenses.

Regarding their adventure in the metaverse, Ella Soccorsi, concept designer at H&M, said:

We wanted to present our customers with an explosive collection that captures the excitement we all feel at the dawn of the metaverse, but also the fascination we have for the natural world.

In addition, the collection includes men’s clothing, women’s clothing and accessories. While commenting on the wide range of clothing the collection offered, IDF co-founders Leanne Elliott Young and Cattytay said:

“These digital garments are for everyone, reaching beyond seasons, beyond gender and beyond realities, and help us consider the planet.”

Designed with circularity in mind, several pieces feature recycled polyester fibers made from textile waste collected through the partnership with H&M’s clothing collection program.

Notably, the collection uses innovative materials such as REPREVE® Our Ocean recycled polyester made from ocean-bound plastic bottles. In addition, the sequins incorporated into the collection are 100% recycled from plastic bottles.

H&M Creative Advisor Ann-Sofie Johansson said the increasingly virtual dimension of fashion is creating exciting future opportunities for H&M. Johansson further stated that it allows them to create vibrant, bold, and daring virtual counterparts for their physical collections.

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apollo architects brings visual + spatial duality “in SPIRIT” to tokyo Thu, 17 Nov 2022 23:16:15 +0000

‘SPIRIT’ by apollo architects & associates

Settle the Tokyo one Shibuya district, ‘SPIRIT’ by Apollo Architects & Associates illustrates the residence like a private space that slowly opens onto the public sphere. This duality is illustrated by a massive exterior façade with glass on the upper half, where social programs take place, and strong concrete on the lower half, where the private chambers hid.

The entrance to ‘ESPRIT’ is next to a two-car piling garage and leads to a weight room. On the second floor, in addition to the bathroom, the children’s room and the master bedroom, a library occupies the open floor around the staircase, serving as a gathering place for the owners. An additional family room occupies the third floor, with a deeply crevassed balcony overlooking the street; one-way glass maintains privacy in this cozy in-between space filled with outdoor furniture and potted olive trees.

‘SPIRIT’ by Apollo Architects & Associates | all images © Masao Nishikawa

where the public and private spheres gently mingle

The crew at Apollo Architects, all functional elements – such as storage areas, kitchen, elevator, bathroom and stairwell – have been concentrated along the walls crossing “ESPRIT” in the direction of the length, which resulted in a minimalist tube-like space with natural light and ventilation flowing along the north-south axis. The roof, accessible from the top floor, has a garden with an outdoor kitchen, furniture and a sculptural pergola. Finally, connecting indoor and outdoor living spaces and surrounding them with greenery creates a serene atmosphere that is comfortably private while offering attractive views.

“Spaces like the gym, library, rooftop garden and chef’s kitchen are becoming essential in the age of working from home, with comfortable living environments and in-between areas linking indoors and outdoors. exterior increasingly in demand. Perhaps the most sought-after features of future homes will be a spirit of exhilaration that allows residents to migrate freely between indoor and outdoor spaces,” writes the Japanese studio.

apollo architects bring visual and spatial duality to 'SPIRIT' home in tokyo
a half-split facade design: glass on the upper half, concrete on the lower half

apollo architects bring visual and spatial duality to 'SPIRIT' home in tokyo
the north-south axis brings a lot of natural light

apollo architects bring visual and spatial duality to 'SPIRIT' home in tokyo
common area on the third floor of ‘ESPRIT’ by Apollo Architects

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ‘will address her future plans’ on Thursday, spokesperson said Thu, 17 Nov 2022 11:28:00 +0000


house tenant Nancy Pelosi “will address her future plans” on Thursday, her spokesperson said, at a time when the longtime Democratic leader finds herself at a personal and professional crossroads.

“Speaker Pelosi has been overwhelmed with calls from colleagues, friends and supporters. Tonight, the President monitored returns in the remaining three critical states. The President intends to address her future plans tomorrow to her colleagues. Stay tuned,” spokesperson Drew Hammill tweeted.

There are two versions of her scheduled floor speech that she took home Wednesday night, a source told CNN, and it’s unclear which version she will deliver.

Speculation over the California Democrat’s future has intensified in the aftermath of the midterm elections, with some in Washington – including members of her own party – anticipating that she may step down for a new generation of leaders to take over. the reins after the Democrats lost the House of Representatives. CNN projected Wednesday that Republicans will take control of the chamber in January, but with a lower margin than they expected.

Pelosi said in a separate statement Wednesday that House Democrats had “defied expectations” at the midpoint, but did not mention his future plans.

“This year, House Democrats have defied expectations with a stellar performance: running their races with courage, optimism and determination. In the next Congress, House Democrats will continue to play a leading role in supporting President Biden’s agenda — with strong leverage over a slim Republican majority,” she wrote.

“House Democrats are thrilled to have so many great new and returning members in the House, who will invigorate our caucus with their energy, diversity and patriotism. We salute our outgoing members for their magnificent leadership, making historic progress in health care, climate action, infrastructure, gun violence, veterans and more that can never be diminished.

The longtime Democratic leader told CNN’s Dana Bash on “State of the Union” on Sunday that members of her caucus had asked him to “consider” running in the party leadership elections at the end of the month, adding: “But, again, let’s get to the elections.”

Any decision to run again, Pelosi said, “is about the family, as well as my colleagues and what we want to do is move forward in a very unified way as we move forward to prepare Congress for come “.

“Nevertheless, the stake is important because we will be in a presidential election. So my decision will again be rooted in the wishes of my family and the wishes of my caucus,” she continued. “But none of that will really be factored in until we see what the outcome of all of that is. And there are all kinds of ways to exert influence.

Pelosi had told CNN’s Anderson Cooper in an interview earlier this month that the violent attack on her husband at the end of October would have an impact on his decision-making for his political future.

Paul Pelosi was attacked with a hammer at the couple’s San Francisco home by a man, authorities said. The assailant, according to court documents, was looking for the Speaker of the House.

Pelosi is a towering figure in American politics with a historic legacy of breaking glass ceilings like the first and so far the only woman be Speaker of the United States House of Representatives.

She was first speaker elected in 2007 and held that position until 2011, when Democrats lost control of the House. In 2019 she was again elected president after Democrats won the House back from Republicans.

A small but vocal faction of Democrats initially worked to derail Pelosi’s bid to become the next speaker after the 2018 midterm elections, but eventually won the votes needed to reclaim the title. Ahead of the final vote, Pelosi displayed her negotiating skills and negotiated an agreement with some of the Democrats who had lobbied to keep him from speaking. As part of the deal, Pelosi backed a proposal to enact term limits for the party’s top three leaders. The Offer 2018 was an informal agreement, however, and the caucus rules were never changed, placing time limits on his tenure.

Pelosi was first elected to the House in 1987, when she won a special election to take up a seat representing California’s 5th congressional district. Over the years, she earned a reputation as a powerful and formidable leader of House Democrats who wielded significant influence and a tight grip on her caucus members.

She has also been a fierce opponent of Republicans in Congress and the White House, and Republicans have made her a top target of their party’s critics.

When she was first elected president, Pelosi reflected on the significance of the event and what it meant for women in the United States.

“It’s a historic moment,” she said. said in a speech after accepting the speaker’s gavel. “This is a historic moment for Congress. This is a historic moment for American women.

fragment design Air Jordan 1 Sample LV Epi Leather Info Tue, 15 Nov 2022 23:15:18 +0000

Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragmented design has introduced the sneaker world to countless classic collaborations. Most notably, the label’s work on the Air Jordan 1 has sparked buzz around the world. Back in September, Fujiwara was spotted rocking an unreleased colorway of a fragmented version of the Air Jordan 1 Low with Travis Scott. Now an unreleased fragment design x Air Jordan 1 sample from 2014 with Louis Vuitton Epi leather touched the net.

Seemingly limited to three existing pairs and designed for Kim Jones during her tenure as creative director at Louis Vuitton, this pair is one from the archives. Its design revisits the original fragment x Air Jordan 1 High design from 2014, this time with a premium finish that includes Louis Vuitton’s Epi leather. The result is an upper that features intricate lines throughout, as well as fragment’s signature stamp on the side of the heel counter.

Given the age of these samples and the expensive nature of producing them, alongside Jones’ departure from Louis Vuitton, it’s extremely unlikely that another pair will ever be produced, let alone hit the shelves.

In other footwear news, Nike has finally officially unveiled the DJ Khaled x Air Jordan 5 in “Sail.”