Tubbs View + Hamilton Corner / Bates Smart

first_imgSave this picture!© Brett Boardman+ 20 Share Area:  10379 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Landscape: Architects: Bates Smart
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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Turf Designcenter_img ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/635476/tubbs-view-hamilton-corner-bates-smart Clipboard JBA Planning ESD: Tubbs View + Hamilton Corner / Bates Smart 2015 ArchDaily Bonacci Group Cundall Photographs:  Brett Boardman Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Traffic: Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description CopyHouses, Apartments•Lindfield, Australia Products used in this ProjectWoodSculptformTimber Tongue and Groove CladdingBushfire:EcologicalFire Engineering:Innova GroupCost Planning:WT PartnershipBCA:Group DLAHeritage:Graham Brooks & AssociatesOwner:Defence Housing AustraliaPractice Team:Guy Lake, Matthew Allen, Tristan Balough, Kelly Burke, Grace Chen, Amanda Clarke, Joanna Kuo, Charmaine Pang, David Tordoff, Sylvia VasakCity:LindfieldCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Brett BoardmanText description provided by the architects. Bates Smart’s latest multi-residential project, for Defence Housing Australia (DHA), is an exemplar of how to build marketable housing that is functional, energy efficient and beautiful.Save this picture!© Brett Boardman‘Its rarity in the market has been reflected in sales, the community’s engagement, and with the ongoing accolades that the development enjoys,’ Howman said.Save this picture!Ground Floor Plan‘Tubbs View + Hamilton Corner is a flagship development for DHA — not only because of the location, architectural and historical significance (the project is located on the grounds of the Sulman Award winning UTS campus in Lindfield) but because it is DHA’s first apartment project in Sydney,’ he said.Save this picture!© Brett BoardmanThe project celebrates its bushland setting with treehouse-style apartments suspended over sandstone cuttings and dual-aspect, single-level apartments floating within the trees. Internally, the warm glow of timber, the subtle, raw surfaces, and abundance of natural light through clerestory windows create a contemporary and sophisticated ambience. Courtyards, bush paths and communal garden spaces connect the apartments with each other and the rest of the precinct, while clever screening and plantings provide privacy without fences.Save this picture!Second Floor PlanThe stepped building design and integrated sandstone wall are an innovative design response to the unique constraints of the particularly complex site.‘We aimed to design a development that has a unique relationship with the bushland context with minimal impact on the landscape,’ said Guy Lake, Director, Bates Smart.Save this picture!© Brett Boardman‘We selected robust natural materials such as unpainted concrete and timber that sit well within the bush and are low maintenance. However, it was important that the end result was still warm and welcoming — it feels like a comfortable, appealing family home,’ said Lake.The 93 apartment development provides families with a level of functionality and comfort you wouldn’t usually find in a multi-residential development.Save this picture!© Brett Boardman‘At the heart of the building, are some simple design principals, which provide some of the highest standards of internal amenity and environmentally responsible design available in the market today,’ said David Tordorff, Project Leader and Associate Director, Bates Smart.Save this picture!Section‘The use of multiple lifts and entry points significantly reduces the need for internal corridors and increases the amount of apartments with a dual aspect. This in turn, gives residents a better outlook, and increases daylight penetration and cross ventilation. The design also aims to establish a new integrated community connected with bushland trails and elevated walkways, and interconnected communal spaces that promote community interaction and wellbeing,’ he said.Save this picture!© Brett BoardmanThe project is also one of the first residential developments in NSW to undertake formal EnviroDevelopment accreditation, achieving the highest 6 leaves rating. The building is less reliant than traditional developments on artificial heating and cooling, and the apartments enjoy more sun in winter and remain cooler in summer through cross-ventilation and shading.Project gallerySee allShow lessMortuary in the field of Cartagena / Martín LejarragaSelected ProjectsGraham Foundation Awards Grants for 63 Outstanding ProjectsArchitecture News Share Light Practice Waterman Group Projects Biodiversity: Photographs Lighting Design: Services Engineer: last_img read more

Community praises Troy’s ‘Mamma Mia!’

first_img By The Penny Hoarder “I knew that ‘Mamma Mia1’ would be good because productions by the Troy University Department of Theater and Dance are always good but I didn’t know how good,” Lee said. “The singing was great, the acting was great, the costumes were great and the set was great. It was a quality performance all around.”Having seen the movie with all the different set locations, Lee said she realized there would be challenges.“But the set was handled so well,” she said. “I can’t say enough about the entire performance. It was just simply amazing.” Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Henry Hudley of Brundidge attended both the Friday and Saturday night performances.“I knew it would be good because it had singing and dancing, so, if I went twice, it would be twice as good,” Hudley said. “And it was. Saturday night, several people were saying they had seen ‘Mamma Mia!’ in New York and the Troy University production was as good as that.”Hudley said he knew several people in the cast and that made the show even more entertaining.“There was a lot of talent on that stage,” he said. “It was good entertainment and we are fortunate to have Troy University so we can enjoy performances like that.” The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… COMING HOME: Mary Holman Johnson returns for TroyFest When TroyFest 2019 opens at 9 a.m. Saturday on the square in downtown Troy, nearly 100 artists will be featured… read more Email the author Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Community praises Troy’s ‘Mamma Mia!’ Published 1:01 am Tuesday, April 23, 2019 Oh, “Mamma Mia!” What a show!If the audiences were right, the Broadway and movie musical had nothing on Troy University’s weekend productions of “Mamma Mia!All three sold-out audiences gave spontaneous standing ovations to the cast and crew for what Diana Lee of Troy said was an “amazing show.” Latest Storiescenter_img Print Article Nicklaus Chrysson was among the Troy University students who came out in large numbers to see the show.“I’ve seen the movie but never a stage production,” Chrysson said. “It was worth every penny and more. I enjoyed it all. I love ABBA and the music was so much fun. The fast-moving pace kept your interest and those 1970s jump suits were incredible. It was interesting the way they changed the sets so that you didn’t even notice. I was just impressed by it all.”Chrysson said he didn’t expect to see several Troy University professors on stage.“And, they were great,” he said. “I didn’t realize they were so talented. I guess that’s why we have such great teachers at Troy University.”Chrysson said “Mamma Mia!” was an incredible production.“But, then I’ve never been to a production of Troy University theater and dance that I didn’t like.”Lomax Robinette of Ariton said he would go back again tomorrow if he had the opportunity.“Everything about the show was perfect,” he said. “And, the sound was amazing. I don’t think it could be done any better anywhere.If I could go back. I wouldn’t miss the chance.” By Jaine Treadwell Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthBet You’re Pretty Curious About Jaden’s Net Worth Right About Now, HuhBradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Book Nook to reopen You Might Like Sponsored Content Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Skiplast_img read more

Latest: Chelsea 3 Man Utd 0

first_imgA Samuel Eto’o hat-trick means Chelsea are on course for an emphatic victory at Stamford Bridge despite being on the back foot for much of the first half. The striker, selected ahead of Fernando Torres, opened the scoring with a deflected effort on 16 minutes and his close-range finishes either side of half-time appear to have sealed Manchester United’s fate.Chelsea went ahead when Eto’o went past Phil Jones and his shot from near the edge of the penalty area looped over keeper David de Gea via the boot of the unfortunate Michael Carrick.United had made a lively start, with Petr Cech blocking Ashley Young’s low shot after the wide-man had exchanged passes with Danny Welbeck.And David Moyes’ side also threatened after going behind, Patrice Evra firing into the side netting before Cech was called upon to make another save.An off-balance Gary Cahill failed to cut out Adnan Januzaj’s low cross but Welbeck, who felt he was impeded by Cesar Azipilcueta, was unable to direct his shot past the Chelsea keeper.Eto’o, on the other hand, made no mistake when found by Cahill’s low cross after a corner was only half-cleared in first-half injury time.The same players were involved in Chelsea’s third three minutes after the break, Eto’o following up to score after De Gea had kept out Cahill’s header from Willian’s right-wing corner.Chelsea (4-2-3-1): Cech; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta; Ramires, Luiz; Willian, Oscar, Hazard; Eto’o. Subs: Schwarzer, Cole, Mikel, Matic, Lampard, Mata, Torres.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Marcus Lattimore: 49ers’ Deebo Samuel has Hall of Fame potential

first_imgSANTA CLARA – Marcus Lattimore, drawing from his own experience as a 49ers draftee, knows exactly what advice to give Deebo Samuel as he leaves their South Carolina roost.“Better start looking for an apartment now,” Lattimore said in a phone interview Wednesday night. “He’s so excited, until he sees those prices. He’s tight with his money.”Samuel, the 49ers’ second-round draft pick, gave 49ers fans reason to be excited with how he looked Friday as rookie minicamp began.Lattimore’s been …last_img read more

We have an obligation to vote: Mbeki

first_img6 May 2014Former president Thabo Mbeki was among the South Africans who cast their special votes on Tuesday.Mbeki was due to leave for Abuja, Nigeria later in the day to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa summit.“I was very glad that the IEC could agree that I could do a special vote because this afternoon I leave to Nigeria for the World Economic Forum,” Mbeki said after casting his vote at his home in Johannesburg. “Tomorrow I will address [delegates at the WEF meeting] on illicit capital outflows from the continent. So I was very happy to have this arrangement.”Before casting his vote, two Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) officials could be heard explaining the process to Mbeki before marking his thumb with ink, in full view of political party observers and Johannesburg Mayor Parks Tau.Asked who he voted for, the jolly former president said: “You are taking chances … I voted for you!” He said the question of who to vote for was challenging and needed an intelligent decision.“But still a choice has to be made … there is a very long list of parties, some of whom I have never heard of. But I think it is a good demonstration of the interest the country has in who should govern. So I think all of us need to go vote and take a decision of which party should govern South Africa.”His message to South Africans for Wednesday elections was: “Go out and vote.”He said there are many outstanding heroes and heroines, like Nelson Mandela, who were in the struggle, to whom South Africans had an obligation. “We should always defend the rights that they fought for us to enjoy. We have an obligation to those thousands who died for this freedom.”Turning to his trip to Nigeria, Mbeki said last month’s kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls was painful, adding that it was important that they should be returned home to their parents.“I believe we have to help solve the problem. We should not run away from the Nigerians because they are having problems, but I think we should be with them.”About 200 girls from the Chibok community in Nigeria’s north-eastern Borno State were abducted in April. The militant group Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for the act and threatened to sell the girls.The country has also suffered two bomb blasts in the last two weeks, which claimed dozens of lives.Source: SAnews.govlast_img read more

Cartoon: Proposed Session

first_img12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App Rob Cottingham is cartoon-blogging the Real-Time Web Summit – keep checking back for updates! Related Posts center_img rob cottingham 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… Tags:#Cartoons#web last_img

Why New U.S. Ozone Standards Aren’t Enough

first_imgConnection to greenhouse gasesRegulatory actions aren’t the only factor in controlling ozone levels. Because ozone is produced in the atmosphere, its formation can also be affected by meteorological conditions.In many areas in the U.S. – in particular, densely populated areas where people live, such as the East, Midwest, and South – it is projected that climate change can make ozone worse, because changes like increasing temperatures can increase ozone formation.By 2050, it has been estimated that the global health costs from ozone could reach $580 billion, considering both climate and future emissions changes. Also, because both increasing temperatures and ozone can reduce crop yields, climate change and air pollution acting together are projected to cause substantial crop damage worldwide in the future.The other general point to be made is that the sources that contribute to ozone formation – such as vehicles and power plants – also emit other pollutants that, in turn, contribute to atmospheric particulate matter and climate change. Yet current regulations often deal with pollutants in isolation. Coordinated strategies could lead to greater benefits and, at the same time, save money.For example, controlling methane, a greenhouse gas, can help mitigate ozone damages at the same time as benefiting the global climate. Carbon policies, similar to those proposed under the Clean Power Plan, can also improve ozone air quality across the US.A truly healthy atmosphere would contain substantially less ozone than 70 ppb. Fully implementing the new standard, and taking advantage of innovative and coordinated strategies to reduce greenhouse gases and traditional air pollutants, could help the U.S. lead the way in addressing this global challenge. RELATED ARTICLES Ozone Pollution in the WestEPA Tightens Wood Stove RulesDo Wood-Burning Power Plants Make Sense?The Case for Nuclear Power — Despite the Risks Comparing numbersThe new ambient air quality standard was reduced from a level of 75 parts per billion (ppb) of allowed ground-level ozone in air to 70 ppb. This is at the top end of the range – 60 to 70 ppb – recommended by the scientific advisory committee tasked with informing EPA about this issue.A concentration of 70 ppb is still a high level of ozone when compared with targets set by other countries around the world. Ozone concentrations are often averaged over eight hours. As ozone forms from chemical reactions that include sunlight and temperature, the maximum level usually occurs in the afternoon.The World Health Organization’s health-based guideline (a recommendation only – the WHO is not a regulatory body) for all its member states is equivalent to 50 ppb. The European Union (EU) aims for a long-term objective to protect health that corresponds to 60 ppb, and Canada’s standard is 63 ppb. Research has also shown that the negative health effects of ozone can occur at concentrations far below these levels.However, it is difficult to compare regulations directly, as both the form and the enforcement capacity differ.The U.S. regulation allows the set level to be exceeded up to four times per year, before deeming an area to be violating the standard. The EU’s level represents a long-term objective – in the near term, concentrations can exceed the target level up to 25 times, averaged over three years. Canada’s standard, while measured similarly to the U.S., is essentially a voluntary target, with little enforcement capacity.In practice, both in the U.S. and elsewhere, ozone concentrations frequently fail to meet the standards. Based on 2012-2014 data, 241 counties in the U.S. had concentrations that exceeded the new standard. In the summer of 2014, the EU did not meet its long-term objective at 80% of measurement stations.In other parts of the world ozone is an even more widespread problem. High levels of industrial and traffic emissions in Asia lead to high ozone concentrations there that can far exceed levels in North America and Europe. While ground-level ozone is primarily a regional issue, pollutants that can contribute to ozone formation also travel across continents. For example, emissions from Asia contribute to local ground-level ozone problems in the United States.Much discussion of the new EPA rule has focused on the issue of compliance costs, with very different estimates of the economic implications of meeting the new standard.However, the health and ecological impacts of ozone have an economic cost as well – and these can add up. In the U.S., for example, the EPA estimates that strengthening the standards could lead to $2.9-$5.9 billion in benefits from improved health. On October 1, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced new standards for ground-level ozone. Much of the discussion around the new regulations has centered either on whether they are protective enough of health or on how much implementation will cost.The U.S. is not the only country taking action to restrict ground-level ozone – and from a health perspective, even the new, lower U.S. limit is still higher than guideline levels in other countries.Industry in the U.S. has resisted tighter controls on ozone because they would require upgrades to air quality equipment at power plants, industrial activity and vehicles. However, a true accounting of the costs and benefit should include the health and ecological benefits of stricter controls. Damaging impactWherever it comes from, ground-level ozone can cause substantial damage to human health, including respiratory problems, asthma attacks, and premature mortalities. Ozone impacts the environment, too, by harming plant growth and lowering agricultural crop yields. Ozone can also act as a greenhouse gas, contributing to warming of the climate. Noelle Eckley Selin is an associate professor of Data, Systems and Society and Atmospheric Chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This post originally appeared at The Conversation.last_img read more

Factual Friday

first_imgSource: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Other Mental Health Problems in the Military: Oversight Issues for CongressThis post is part of a series of Factual Friday posts published on the Military Families Learning Network blog.last_img

Student stabs teacher over holiday homework

first_imgA 45-year-old teacher of a private school in Haryana’s Sonipat was stabbed inside the classroom on Monday for allegedly scolding a student over not completing his holiday homework.She has been referred to Rohtak’s Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences for treatment.Schools in Haryana opened on Monday after over a month-long summer vacation. Mukesh Kumari, an English teacher at a senior secondary school in Bhigan village here, was inquiring about holiday homework from some Class XI students when one of them allegedly stabbed her thrice with a sharp-edged weapon.The teacher was initially taken to a civil hospital and then referred to Khanpur medical college. From there she was sent to Rohtak.School principal Neeraj Tyagi said the accused student had taken admission a week before the vacation began. He was caught and handed over to the police.Superintendent of Police, Sonipat, Pratiksha Godara told The Hindu that a call was made to the Police Control Room regarding the incident but no formal complaint was received as yet. “We are waiting for a formal complaint to register a case. A case would be registered based on the PCR call if no complaint is received,” said Ms. Godara.Recounting her horror to media persons at the Sonipat civil hospital, Ms. Kumari said that around two dozen students had not done their homework and she had made them stand inside the class. “I was going to every student and asking them the reason for not completing their homework. I walked up to this particular student and he took out a sharp-edged weapon from his bag and stabbed me,” said the teacher.She said the accused student would “often not complete his homework and not even assign any reason for it”. He stayed aloof and did not interact much with his classmates, she added.last_img read more