Llewellyn House / studioplusthree

first_img “COPY” Projects Architects: studioplusthree Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” Acoustic Consultant: Photographs Area:  125 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/794860/llewellyn-house-studioplusthree Clipboard ArchDaily Acoustic Logic CopyAbout this officestudioplusthreeOfficeFollowProductsSteelBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionMarrickvilleAustraliaPublished on September 12, 2016Cite: “Llewellyn House / studioplusthree” 12 Sep 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Llewellyn House / studioplusthreeSave this projectSaveLlewellyn House / studioplusthree Manufacturers: Alspec, Tongue n Groove, Maximum 2015 Harrison and Morris Consultancy Photographs:  Brett Boardman Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses Structural Engineer: City:MarrickvilleCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Brett BoardmanRecommended ProductsCeramicsTerrealTerracotta Baguettes in Vork CenterDoorsEGGERWood Laminate Doors in Molecular Plant Science InstituteDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Sliding Door – Rabel 62 Slim Super ThermalText description provided by the architects. Working in the context of the renewal of a derelict urban heritage property, the approach to this project began with considerations of typology, density and affordability. Key to this was the appropriate adaptation of a Federation-style cottage into a home for two musicians that allowed for future flexibility, and that made the most of its constraints both of site and budget. The result is the transformation of a derelict property into an open, light-filled home for two musicians.Save this picture!© Brett BoardmanThe starting point was a dilapidated, water-damaged house containing a warren of dark and uninhabitable rooms. The rear portion was demolished to provide a series of open living spaces in its place.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanLocated in an area undergoing rapid renewal, the design takes advantage of the detached cottage typology. The narrow side alley, common to this type but often neglected, offered an opportunity to extend the living area to create a lightwell and wall garden, allowing light to penetrate deep within the centre of the house.Save this picture!© Brett BoardmanThe route through the house was conceived as a journey of changing light, colour and materiality. Original Federation interiors have been restored in crisp white, whilst new elements are introduced in a restrained palette of dark timber, steel and porcelain. A contrast of light and dark materiality is used to knit together old and new.Save this picture!ConceptThis duality continues in various material combinations. In the kitchen, natural materials are contrasted with the manufactured; such as French-polished timber veneers in combination with crisp, large-format porcelain sheets.Save this picture!© Brett BoardmanIn the living room, bespoke joinery exploits the depth of recycled brick walls, creating pockets of storage along the edges of the tightly constrained site. Flush finishes form continuous planes from inside to out, creating one large living space that expands to fill the outdoor side alley.Save this picture!© Brett BoardmanThese new living spaces are open to the outdoors, yet tempered from the strong northern sun by the depth of a black steel awning, detailed so that it appears to float over the rear timber deck. In a minimal and modern interpretation of a traditional verandah, its glossy surface reflects the garden into the house.Save this picture!ModelThe dialogue between old and new continues by contrasting the roughness of aged, dry pressed recycled bricks, with glossy black steel. It is a project united by contrast – rustic and slick, thin yet massive, dark and bright.Save this picture!© Brett BoardmanProject gallerySee allShow lessHouse in Kugayama / miCo.Selected ProjectsSantiago Calatrava’s Oculus Opens to the Sky in Remembrance of 9/11Architecture News Share Save this picture!© Brett Boardman+ 15 Share Llewellyn House / studioplusthree Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/794860/llewellyn-house-studioplusthree Clipboard CopyHouses, Extension•Marrickville, Australia Australialast_img read more


Donegal GP gives reassurances over vaccine travel fears

first_img Donegal GP gives reassurances over vaccine travel fears By News Highland – February 18, 2021 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme A Donegal GP has given reassurances that people in rural areas of the county won’t have to travel long distances to get the Covid-19 vaccine. Earlier this week it was confirmed the LYIT is to become a mass vaccination centre, the only designated centre for Donegal.The move had led to concerns locally over the potential journeys facing people in in the likes of north Inishowen and west Donegal into Letterkenny.Dr. Denis McCauley who is also Chair of the GP Committee of the Irish Medical Organisation says the rural community will be getting the jab locally:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/mccauley.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Google+ Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleOpen draw in championship should be looked at – BonnerNext articleUlster Bank exit ‘big blow’ for Donegal News Highland DL Debate – 24/05/21 center_img Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest Pinterest AudioHomepage BannerNews WhatsApp WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic last_img read more


Surface Pro + Dell ProSupport = World-Class Mobility Experience

first_imgIf you’ve followed Dell much in the past few years (and since you’re reading our blog, you probably have), then you know we’re proud to talk about our robust portfolio of products and services. That’s why we’re excited today to announce a new addition that will offer even more choice for our business customers when they seek technology to improve employee productivity.Beginning early October 2015, we will be selling Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Pro accessories through our North America sales organization, and rolling out to other regions starting in early 2016. No other PC maker is doing anything like this with Microsoft, and Michael Dell wants to tell you about it himself!&nbsp;</p><p>Business customers will be able to buy Surface Pro from Dell, the same way they buy our Venue Pro tablets and Latitude 2-in-1s and laptops, configure, deploy and support them throughout their organization the same way. Now customers have a “one stop shop” to get the very best Windows devices in the market backed by award-winning Dell Support and Configuration & Deployment Services. Surface Pro devices sold through Dell will come with a one-year Basic Hardware Service with the option to extend it up to 4 years and customers may also upgrade to ProSupport or ProSupport with Accidental Damage Service.Many businesses are evaluating Surface Pro tablets, and when our team proposed this in a recent Dell Customer Advisory Council meeting, those customers told us they love seeing this level of collaboration and choice. Some customers have told us that they would like to use Surface Pro tablets, in addition to their Dell devices, but require the IT management, services and support that only Dell can provide.Dell’s tablet portfolio focuses on meeting a wide range of customer needs from mobile productivity for knowledge workers with the power and screen size to get real work done – like the Venue 11 Pro, Latitude 2-in-1s and Surface Pro – to application-driven tablets that are purpose-built to meet specific customer use cases, like our Venue 8 Pro that has been deployed broadly in hospitality and retail. In today’s business environment, the mobility that tablets offer is vital to all types of businesses – even traditionally conservative industries like banking.“The reason we chose Surface Pro 3 is because of its unique 2-in-1 design that helps customers meet the needs of their employees with a single device. The Surface Pro 3 provides employees with the lightweight tablet when they are mobile, and a powerful laptop/desktop when they’re at their desk. And since it runs Windows, our customers are able to seamlessly integrate Surface Pro 3 into their existing security protocols and IT processes, so they can immediately start using all of JHA software in a mobile world,” said Tommy Bradford, Jack Henry Managing Director.Another reason we’re excited about this unique partnership is the growth we are seeing in Windows tablets, and that will only get better. Take the Q2 IDC CY2015 WW Tablet share results:Dell rose two ranks to number two with 14.4 percent market segment share in worldwide Windows Commercial TabletsMicrosoft kept the number one rank in worldwide Windows Commercial Tablets with 30.4 percent market segment shareNow that Dell will offer both the number one and the number two commercial tablets worldwide to its business customers, we are uniquely positioned to offer not just the devices that customers want, but the services and enterprise manageability that they require.Microsoft and Dell have been long-valued partners and this is an extension of that collaboration. We see the Surface Pro family as complementing our current portfolio with its 12-inch form factor and distinct industrial design, and look forward to hearing more of your thoughts.last_img read more


Harvest Moon.

first_img“Shine on, shine on, harvest moon, up in the sky.” More than just a word in an old familiar tune, the harvest moon may hold the key to reaping the most bounty from your season’s work.Certainly, there are proven, scientific ways to know when to harvest. But for centuries, many people have used the phases of the moon as a sign for many farm and garden chores.A Quick PrimerThose who have never turned to an almanac may not be familiar with the signs and phases of the moon. So a quick primer is in order.First, there are 12 signs in a lunar month. They have the same names as the solar signs. So don’t confuse the two. Whereas a solar sign is active for around 30 days once each year, a lunar sign occurs once each month for a little less than two and a half days.The lunar signs are named for constellations as ancient people understood them and are correlated to a part of the body. For example, Aries (or the ram) relates to the head. Leo (the lion) relates to the heart.So when someone says the signs are in the feet, it means the moon is passing through the sign Pisces (the fishes).The signs are further grouped into masculine and feminine signs and also into groups of earth, fire, air and water. For instance, Libra (the scales, kidneys or reins) is a masculine sign and also an air sign.Barren, Fruitful SignsWith a couple of exceptions, signs that represent fire and air, which are all masculine, are barren signs — times for harvesting, clearing land, etc.Signs that represent earth and water, which are all feminine, are fruitful signs — times for planting. Virgo and Libra are the exceptions. Virgo is a barren sign and Libra a fruitful sign.The moon goes through its cycle in 29 days, 12 hours and 44 minutes. During that time, the moon passes through four phases: new moon, first quarter, full moon and last quarter.From new moon to full moon, the moon is growing, or waxing. This is known as the light of the moon. From full moon to new moon, the moon is shrinking, or waning (the dark of the moon).Do It by the MoonSo what does this have to do with harvesting?For many, absolutely nothing. But for a declining segment of rural America, it’s the authority.The signs and phases best for harvest depend on the intended use of the crop. Harvesting crops to be stored without any type of processing is best done when the moon is waning and in a barren sign.Aquarius, Sagittarius or Aries are the weakest of the barren signs and preferred for such harvests. With air and fire signs, the produce is at its lowest water content and thus more suitable for storage. This is important for crops like potatoes and onions.Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces are water signs. So fruit harvested under these signs will have a higher water content and won’t store as well.Harvesting for NowBut for crops that are to be used right away, the water and earth (fruitful) signs, along with a waxing moon, may be preferred because the fruit will be more plump and juicy. However, it may also make them bruise more easily.Produce may get ripe when the signs aren’t right. However, you can target its use based on what’s best for the sign you harvested under.For keeping and storage, harvesting under a barren sign is most important, no matter what the phase of the moon.Now, there may be no scientific basis for using such tools in gardening and farming. But just try to tell that to someone who’s lived by it for the past half-century. Traditionally, the “harvest moon” is the nearest full moon to the beginning of autumn — this year, Oct. 2. But for believers, it’s much more complex than that.last_img read more


Singing his family ‘Toon’

first_imgAlthough Wisconsin suffered a heartbreaking 27-25 defeat at Michigan last Saturday, one bright spot for the team was the introduction of redshirt freshman wide receiver Nick Toon into the offense. While Toon played in the games against Akron and Marshall, he recorded his first reception as a Badger against the Wolverines in the Big House, a pitch and catch from quarterback Allan Evridge for 18 yards.“It felt great,” Toon said about his first catch. “I’ve been here a couple years and put in a lot of time, so it felt good to finally get that first catch out of the way.”Toon, as many fans know, is the son of former Wisconsin star wide receiver Al Toon. The elder Toon played for the Badgers from 1982 to 1984 and left as the school’s career receiving leader with 131 catches for 2,103 yards and 19 touchdowns. He was also drafted 10th overall by the New York Jets in the 1985 NFL Draft.Nick came out of Middleton High School as one of the top-rated players not only in Wisconsin, but in the entire Midwest. He knows there is a great deal of pressure on him because of his father’s success, but he thinks it works to his advantage.“The one thing I would say where it probably helped me is, because of all the hype surrounding my dad, it helps keep me motivated to keep being better and to hopefully try to fill his shoes,” Toon said. “I’ve always had that pressure on me and I don’t know any different, so it just feels normal to me.”Another factor influencing Toon’s progression is the fact that he redshirted his freshman year. Toon, though slightly disappointed he wasn’t able to dress last season, thinks this will help him in the long run.“I think redshirting did help me a lot,” he said. “I wished I’d been able to learn more of the offense last year, but it helped me get used to the college game and the speed of that game. It gave me a year to settle in and get ready to play.”Toon, at 6-foot-3-inches and 214 pounds, brings size to a group of receivers lacking in that aspect. Starting sophomore receivers Kyle Jefferson and Maurice Moore weigh in at only 175 and 167 pounds, respectively.“Nick has a good combination of strength and size. He has a nice physical presence about him that’s different from the other guys,” wide receivers coach DelVaughn Alexander said. “He has a role with this team, and we want to try and maximize that role so that it helps us win.”His teammate agreed.“Nick is big, probably the biggest receiver we have,” Jefferson said. “He’s a big target just like I am, but he’s got a little more weight than me.”Despite the pressure and hype surrounding him, Toon knows he is in a good position and has a few expectations for himself in the upcoming years.“I’m very blessed to be in the position I’m in — it’s fun,” Toon said. “It’s kind of a dream of a lot of kids that grow up in Wisconsin and love the sport of football to play on the Badgers. It’s pretty cool.”His coach shares similar aspirations.“After being involved in the program for a year, he’s had a steady progression, and he’s put himself in a good position,” Alexander said.And in Toon’s mind, the sky is the limit.“I think that anybody that doesn’t expect to become a starter and be a star has the wrong mindset,” Toon said. “So my goal is to become a starter here and be a major contributor and be one of the better guys that have come through here.”No argument from No. 7.“Look for big things from him,” Jefferson said. “I hope he plays well, and I hope he keeps up the good work.”last_img read more


Zoe Wilson leans on national team experience to adjust at Syracuse

first_imgFor Zoe Wilson, the differences between her home in Ireland and her new home in Syracuse go down to the smallest detail.What she always called “the goal” has become “the cage.” Wilson is familiar with “leading it home” but must become accustomed to “cutting” here in the U.S.It’s not an easy transition from Ireland to the United States. While most of the language stays the same, subtle differences in vocabulary between the countries have proved to be an obstacle.And while adjusting to a new country has been difficult, she’s using field hockey to ease her transition to college and the U.S., and wants to help Syracuse vie for a national championship after the Orange fell one win short last year.“I know what to expect,” Wilson said. “… It’s given me a sharpness and edge that I can bring into the team.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWilson represented the U-18 and U-21 Irish national teams, serving as the captain of her U-18 team and playing up with the 2014 U-21 team as one of the youngest players on the roster. In two games for the U-21 squad last summer, Wilson scored three of Ireland’s 10 goals in that time, tied for most over that span.Wilson has a familiar face in Syracuse senior forward Emma Russell, a fellow Ireland native and former U-21 teammate. Syracuse’s star player has taken Wilson under her wing.SU head coach Ange Bradley expects Wilson to contribute though she isn’t sure what role she will initially hold.“To put expectations upon a freshman is really difficult to do,” Bradley said. “But for her first time, I want her to do the things she does well — step up, pressure the ball and organize people and move into the attack. We’re really going to try to keep it simple and expand her role.”In the team’s first preseason scrimmage against Bucknell, Wilson created offense from the back of the formation. Bradley praised Wilson’s aggressive defense and ability to push the offense from that spot.Wilson admitted that she’s had to adjust to how quickly the game moves in the U.S. over the past few weeks. She described field hockey as much more “static” in Ireland and that she’s had to work hard in practice to play more fluidly on the move.Work in “ball drills,” where players sprint after a ball far in front of them before pushing it up the field, has helped the freshman midfielder play and make decisions on the move.“I feel more at home every day,” Wilson said. “It’s taken an adjustment, but it’s still hockey.”Russell has been impressed with how quickly her teammate picked up the slight differences and said Wilson picked up the movement on the back line of the defense faster than she did for the front-line movement her freshman year.Both Bradley and Russell think that no matter what Wilson’s role is at the season’s start, she has a bright future ahead of her in Syracuse.Said Russell: “She’s landed on her feet and even though she’s still learning, you can tell she belongs.” Comments Published on August 25, 2015 at 7:14 pm Contact Liam: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more


Disappointment for Tipp in League opener against Clare

first_imgSpeaking to Tipp FM, captain Padraic Maher says they can’t dwell on the loss to Clare… Tipperary senior hurlers are disappointed with the loss against Clare in the opening game of the National League.They lost out on a scoreline of 1-21 to 19 points in Cusack Park, Ennis.The Premier face Waterford next weekend – who also lost out yesterday against Wexford – meaning both teams have yet to put points on the board.last_img


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