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ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/113882/pisopiso-atelier-ryo-abe-works Clipboard Pisopiso / Atelier Ryo Abe WorksSave this projectSavePisopiso / Atelier Ryo Abe Works ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/113882/pisopiso-atelier-ryo-abe-works Clipboard Pisopiso / Atelier Ryo Abe Works Houses CopyAbout this officeAtelier Ryo Abe WorksOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInteriorsWoodHousesJapanPublished on February 25, 2011Cite: “Pisopiso / Atelier Ryo Abe Works” 25 Feb 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
Paradigm Constructions Projects Architects: Core Collective Architects Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeCore Collective ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMiddletonAustraliaPublished on April 18, 2017Cite: “Sunnybanks House / Core Collective Architects” 17 Apr 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Design Architect:Sam KlopperProject Architect:Matt DavisInterior Designer:Olivia Reeves, Sheridan KellyArchitects:Klopper & Davis ArchitectsEngineer:Marocchi Engineering GroupCity:PerthCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Dion RobesonRecommended ProductsEquipmentSaliceWaste Bin Systems – Pull-Out UnitsWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoWindowsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Unit-Glaze SystemText description provided by the architects. Klopper residence is a loving homage to the mid-century modernist architecture of Klopper and Davis Architects. Deeply informed by its context and its client, the team have created a beachside home that is fun, warm, textural and responds to contemporary family rhythms and a love of entertaining with ease.Save this picture!© Dion RobesonSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Dion RobesonThe client being a couple with three energetic young boys, the brief centered around notions of family time, privacy, outdoors and a love of entertaining. Connecting the house to the garden and swimming pool were key, enabling the couple to supervise and enjoy themselves concurrently.Save this picture!© Dion RobesonA floating concrete canopy rests atop the residence, home to the rooftop garden and continuous panoramic views across the treetops, roofs and ocean. The garden design is the perfect complement to the home, adding shade, softness and playful energy to the outdoor spaces and offering ample ground for the kids’ myriad of activities and games.Save this picture!© Dion RobesonSave this picture!First Floor PlanSave this picture!© Dion RobesonDesigned to optimize its coastal location and the natural topography of its site, the planning across three levels is borne of functionality and passive design principles. Quiet, utilitarian spaces nestle into the topography at the lowest level; generous double-height living areas and children’s bedroom wing occupy the elevated ground floor; and the master suite takes the top floor, acting as a successful parents’ retreat.Save this picture!© Dion RobesonSignature elements, such as playful timber joinery, rich materiality and the seamless transition between indoors and out, define this home as an iconic KADA residence. A unique and playful insertion to North Street is the staircase, brick-paved and wrapped in a geometric envelope of mild steel. The open stair does not just provide circulation with elegance and sculptural form, but acts as a spine, allowing an openness of communication otherwise lost across most multi-level homes.Save this picture!© Dion RobesonSave this picture!SectionsThe home is a bold contribution to its suburban fabric, generating much interest amongst locals and onlookers during construction. Hopefully this building is successful at cultivating the public towards an appreciation of residential architecture.Save this picture!© Dion RobesonProject gallerySee allShow lessApple Store Via Del Corso / Foster + PartnersSelected ProjectsRiver Loučná Embankment in Litomyšl / Rusina Frei ArchitektiSelected Projects Share Projects Klopper Residence / Klopper & Davis ArchitectsSave this projectSaveKlopper Residence / Klopper & Davis Architects “COPY” Australia Adrian Zorzi CopyHouses•Perth, Australia Klopper Residence / Klopper & Davis Architects Save this picture!© Dion Robeson+ 23Curated by Hana Abdel Share Builder: Architects: Klopper & Davis Architects Area Area of this architecture project 2020 Landscape Designer: ArchDaily Photographs Photographs: Dion Robeson Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: Big Ass Fans, Areti, Bernini Stone, MODWOOD, Original Ceramics, Reece, Condari, Millennium White, Mortlock TImber Group “COPY” Year: Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/962644/klopper-residence-klopper-and-davis-architects Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/962644/klopper-residence-klopper-and-davis-architects Clipboard Area: 517 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Concept Origin CopyAbout this officeKlopper & Davis ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPerthOn FacebookAustraliaPublished on June 02, 2021Cite: “Klopper Residence / Klopper & Davis Architects” 02 Jun 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
SHARE SHARE By Gary Truitt – Jan 19, 2016 Cold Weather Slows Avian Flu Cleanup Facebook Twitter Home Indiana Agriculture News Cold Weather Slows Avian Flu Cleanup Cold Weather Slows Avian Flu CleanupCarol ComerThe avian flu containment area in Dubois county was expanded on Tuesday and more depopulation took place as a precaution to stop the spread of the infection. Indiana State Veterinarian Dr. Bret Marsh announced the addition of an extra 10-kilomenter “surveillance zone” beyond the 10-km control area as a precaution. In addition, there are 155,000 egg-laying chickens that are NOT infected, but are being depopulated, again as a precaution.Indiana Department of Environmental Management Commissioner Carol Comer said the disposal of the hundreds of thousands of birds is a logistical challenge, “The infected birds are being composted on the farm. They will remain in the ground for at least 30 days, after which they can be used as compost material because the virus is dead.” She told HAT that non-infected birds are being placed in landfills, “Birds that were not infected, but were depopulated as a precaution, can be moved off the farm and be placed in landfills.”The below freezing temperatures this week have slowed the clean up process. Water is usually used to drown the birds; but with wind chills in the single digits, it has been freezing. USDA officials have turned to carbon dioxide or other methods, but the process has been slow according to BOAH spokesperson Denise Derrer.Comer said state and federal officials are working almost around the clock to clean up and contain the situation. No new cases of infection have been discovered in the past 24 hours. Currently, depopulation has been completed at six of the 10 turkey flocks. Work continues on the remaining four, as well as the newly added layer facility.The Indiana State Department of Health is working with the Dubois County Health Department to monitor the health of workers who have had contact with infected birds to ensure they are healthy and verify that the H7N8 virus has not transmitted to people. Previous articleGradual Land Value Declines Expected This YearNext articleMorning Outlook Gary Truitt Facebook Twitter
Twitter Previous articleFrogs fall to No. 5 in AP Poll, remain No. 3 in coaches pollNext articleStorm warnings couldn’t stop laughter at SAC Halloween Tuyen Hoang RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Tuyen Hoanghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tuyen-hoang/ Tuyen Hoang Linkedin + posts Twitter Tuyen Hoanghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tuyen-hoang/ Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday eHarmony co-founder speaks with TCU students Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Tuyen Hoanghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tuyen-hoang/ ReddIt Facebook Q&A: Three professors received the Deans’ Research and Creativity Award Facebook Comedy group brings new approach of brainstorming to the Neeley School Tuyen Hoanghttps://www.tcu360.com/author/tuyen-hoang/ printAbout 300 supporters gathered Saturday morning at Farrington Field to raise awareness and funds in the fight against Alzheimer’s.The 2015 Fort Worth Walk to End Alzheimer’s was forced to change location Saturday morning due to heavy rain in the Fort Worth area, but people participated, walking with umbrellas and in ponchos.Theresa Hocker, president and CEO of the North Central Texas Chapter Alzheimer’s Association, said the event is a significant event designed to help bring awareness for community members and fundraise money for local services and advance the research.“People want to do something, they want to contribute,” Hocker said. “Dollars that we need to provide local services and to advance the research.They’re willing and doing a fabulous job to raise money.”Hocker said the disease is horrible, and supporters who might have experienced or witnessed the effect of Alzheimer’s have the desire to contribute and do something.“I think it’s just so much their passion when you have dealt with the disease and have witnessed what it does to someone, overtime continue to take away their ability,” Hocker said. “You just have the urgency that I want do something.”Hocker also said the weather could have been worse, but everyone was able to get together. She added she is grateful that everyone showed great commitment and great support in the fight against the Alzheimer’s disease.“I’m amazed that this many people and the long line of volunteers that we have at 6 o’clock this morning,” Hocker said.One volunteer, Chris Lokey, was recognized as the top individual fundraiser at the event and was awarded the title of honorary chair. Lokey raised more than $8,000 for the walk.He said he was inspired to raise the money on behalf of his wife Judith Jaunters and because he felt the need to give back to the Alzheimer’s Association.“Coming to the Alzheimer’s Association gave us that education and support that we needed to learn how to take care of Judith,” Chris said. “We went to their support group. They were valuable to us.”The walk was also personal for Preeya Brookins, whose mother and uncle were both diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.“We feel like the genes may be genetic in the family,” Brookins said. “All of us are affected.”Brookins said her whole family wanted to participate in the walk, despite the weather, because it provides hope and she has faith there is a cure somewhere that someone has not found.“The whole family is affected and it’s very sad disease.” Brookins said “To me, being out in this rain has not affected me one bit. I don’t care about getting wet or being sick because I know by the end of the day I’m still not in their situation.” ReddIt Tuyen Hoang is originally from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Tuyen is a transfer student from Brookhaven College. Tuyen is a junior journalism major and sociology minor at Texas Christian University. She serves as the administration reporter for TCU 360. Thinking workshop helps students find business solutions Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store
NewsLocal NewsLet’s rockBy admin – September 6, 2012 666 Linkedin Advertisement Previous article‘City needs positive branding’ – Cllr LeddinNext articleDiocese survivors paid €323,000 admin Twitter WhatsApp Facebook EDITORIAL – SO Limerick city has the lowest hotel rate in Ireland and Kilkenny boasts the highest.Talk about a Tale of of Two Cities. Kilkenny, undoubtedly a very attractive small city, certainly has a lot to offer the visitor in terms of history, culture and festival activity but while comparisons are odious, Limerick city, gateway to the Mid West, is in itself, a city that is steeped in colourful and dramatic history, also has a rich backdrop of indigenous industry and a river and its lore that has assumed resurrected status as one of the most significant features in the masterplan currently in progress for a radical redevelopment of the city centre.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Meantime, however, Limerick could be energising itself to draw in more visitors. And a straightforward way of doing so is, according to the Labour city councillor, Joe Leddin, by developing and launching a successful programme of attractive events that are available throughout the year.This is not a radical, way-out idea – it makes sound sense to provide as many feasible and attractive reasons to visit and remain in a city as is possible.And let’s face it – the number of live entertainment events and performances in Limerick city has declined hugely. We need a city centre cinema, a concert venue and dedicated public areas of the city, including the river banks and parks where band recitals, jazz sessions, musicians and street entertainers can attract the passers-by.But we also need high profile performance events that offer big time names and world-class performers and to pave the way, a festival that brings originality, colour, excitement and VISITORS. Print Email
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The reduction of maximum usable frequency (MUF) during a geomagnetic storm represents a serious hindrance to the efficient operation of HF transmission links. This paper outlines a new approach to the modeling and forecasting of ƒ0F2 at quiet and disturbed times. Statistical analyses of ionosonde data from the Argentine Islands (65°S) have been used to define patterns for the main phase effects of mid‐latitude ionospheric storms. Extended to a number of stations, these could be incorporated into algorithms to permit the forecasting of MUF for a few hours ahead and enhance the frequency management of shortwave radio communication. Data from a complete solar cycle, 1971–1981, are used to determine the errors in the forecasts and to demonstrate that a useful advantage can be attained by this method. The root‐mean‐square error in ƒ0F2 for 90,175 samples is 15.6%, which compares favorably with those obtained using forecasts based upon quiet time values (20.4%) or the previous day’s measurements (18%). Studies of error distribution with respect to local time, season, and phase of the solar cycle highlight limitations in the technique but also indicate avenues to further improvement.