ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/938310/newry-house-austin-maynard-architects Clipboard Project Team:Andrew Maynard, Mark Austin, Ray DinhEngineer:OPS EngineersBuilding Surveyor:Code ComplianceLand Surveyor:Dickson HearneCity:MelbourneCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Tess KellyRecommended ProductsResidential ApplicationsULMA Architectural SolutionsAir Facade Panels in Fonsanta RestaurationResidential ApplicationsCymat Technologies Ltd.Hudson Valley Home, USA – Alusion™ Stabilized Aluminum FoamDoorspanoramah!®ah! PivotDoorsVitrocsaGlass Technology in Hotel BeaulacText description provided by the architects. The owners of Newry, a family of four, wanted to renovate their single-fronted terrace home in inner-city Melbourne, on a tight budget. Though the house had already been renovated in the 90s, the two storey addition at the back failed to address the primary issue, a lack of light. The owners asked Austin Maynard Architects to reconfigure their living zone to allow in sunlight and make better use of their limited space. Save this picture!© Tess KellyKeywhole Surgery. Situated amongst a row of adjoined terraces, Newry is a fairly small family home which has been dramatically transformed by a relatively small renovation. As an architectural ‘operation’, it’s akin to keyhole surgery. Here, a small incision has been made to access and fix the problematic central core, to maximum effect. Save this picture!© Tess KellyThrough years and years of learning, Austin Maynard Architects have become incredibly incisive dealing with the problems of dark and poorly laid out terraced houses. Though typically, in terms of design and build, the team is more inclined to chop off a limb and add new cyborg arm, the restraints of budget, (as well as ego and eco-conscience), led to a more considered and restrained approach.Save this picture!© Tess KellyThe ‘90s addition was structurally sound. The bathroom and laundry at the rear were neat and functional. To demolish, simply because it wasn’t in the ideal location, would have been wasteful. Instead, discipline was required to work with what was already there, implementing strategic moves to solve and improve.Save this picture!© Tess KellyThe Core. Apart from new carpets and joinery in all three bedrooms, the front and the back parts of the house remain largely untouched. The ‘rotten’ middle section of the house was gutted, including the old timber floor, replaced by a thermally efficient, hydronically heated, concrete slab. A wall that once separated the kitchen from one of the smallest, darkest, bleakest dining rooms to ever exist, was also removed, opening up the kitchen/living-dining space. The ceiling, and above it a leaky roof deck outside the main bedroom, was also demolished and a large pitched glass roof with sliding awnings installed.Save this picture!© Tess KellyPart of the client brief was to not build bigger but to design better. Their old kitchen had a huge amount of wasted space, which was very inefficient and difficult to access. The space was compact and so the staircase, kitchen, and storage are all combined into one object. A merging of perforated steel and blackbutt timber, concealing doors, drawers, and cupboards. In the centre a beautiful Studio Italia bench provides further storage. The exposed garden has been integrated into a bench seat, optimising space in the dining area.Save this picture!© Tess KellyAn indoor garden. The fundamental concern with most terrace houses is a lack of natural light. This problem is generally resolved with some form of light well, open to the sky with some kind of garden greenery at the base. At Newry there is no lightwell, no ‘box’, the garden greenery is inside, integrated within the space, exposed and easily accessed beneath a glass roof that allows for an abundance of natural light.In a space that is already tight, the question was, why take away indoor space to capture outdoor space? Instead, we focused on the conservatory idea; a glasshouse that brings the outdoors inside, with responsive sliding shade awnings to shield from too much sun. In seconds the raised shading can be remotely closed, (partly, fully, on one side, etc), to provide almost 100% protection from UV rays.Save this picture!© Tess KellyColor run. It wouldn’t be an Austin Maynard Architects project without moments of discovery and delight, although at Newry these were largely thanks to the client’s great taste. The home’s modest palate is dashed with colour that pops and converses throughout the whole house. The perforated steel staircase – bright white but for a surprise twist of vivid green at the top is a nod to the green of the garden and the bench seat. The rich burgundy Tretford carpet in the entrance hall balanced by the sofa in the living room.Save this picture!© Tess KellyMaking allowances. Newry is a small project, much smaller than AMA usually undertakes. The clients were locals, neighbours who posed an interesting challenge. They wanted to dramatically improve their home-life and also the way their home performed (on a thermal and sustainable level) but were aware of their limitations and were prepared to pick their battles. Instead of spending their tight budget thinly across the entire site, and compromising everywhere, they chose to completely subvert one area, the main living space, and do it very well. They identified how they lived as a family and prioritised their needs and wants. Focusing on one area is difficult, but it’s a great way to deal with the budget.Save this picture!© Tess KellySustainability. Sustainability is always at the core of Austin Maynard Architects’ work. Most old homes, or 80s/90s renovations, tend to be breezy, cold, and thermally inefficient. A few straightforward moves can solve these issues. At Newry, windows and doors have been re-fitted with thermally separated double glazing. Drafty timber floorboards have been replaced with hydronic heated concrete.Save this picture!© Tess KellyThe installation of a Tesla battery ensures the home not only performs well but pumps excess green energy back in to the grid. With the ongoing dilemma of air conditioning, caused by increased weather extremes, good design and passive solar gains are not always enough. A solution is to work with the natural elements to ensure carbon zero is attained.Save this picture!© Tess KellyProject gallerySee allShow lessGrillicious Restaurant / ForX Design StudioSelected ProjectsJinan Greentown Financial Center / gadSelected Projects Share Photographs: Tess Kelly Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyHouses•Melbourne, Australia Newry House / Austin Maynard ArchitectsSave this projectSaveNewry House / Austin Maynard Architects “COPY” Moon Building Group Save this picture!© Tess Kelly+ 34Curated by Paula Pintos Share “COPY” Australia Year: CopyAbout this officeAustin Maynard ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMelbourneOn FacebookAustraliaPublished on April 28, 2020Cite: “Newry House / Austin Maynard Architects” 27 Apr 2020. 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Save this picture!© art4d magazine / Ketsiree Wongwan+ 10Curated by Fernanda Castro Share “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/875884/forest-house-studio-miti Clipboard 2014 Projects Houses Area: 132 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Forest House / Studio Miti CopyHouses•Thailand Forest House / Studio MitiSave this projectSaveForest House / Studio Miti Photographs ArchDaily “COPY” Architects: Studio Miti Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/875884/forest-house-studio-miti Clipboard Photographs: art4d magazine / Ketsiree WongwanSave this picture!© art4d magazine / Ketsiree WongwanRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEAText description provided by the architects. Recently, the conservation of nature came and most of human trying to be close with the nature.Example, A family decided to form their backyard as a small forest by plant the trees, passing for 30 years and the tree growth up and their backyard become as a real small forest as they wished and be their prided. Hence, the family was determining to create the house in there also glad to share all information to other who is interested.Save this picture!© art4d magazine / Ketsiree WongwanSave this picture!© art4d magazine / Ketsiree WongwanFirst of all, the trees are the questions which all agree to measure of tree’s size and space between them. The minimum space found at 2.70 meters which is the maximum size can be building the house. They have learned the theory of monk cubicle which width and length 7:12, tantamount 2.40 : 2.40 meters. They aim to build the house between those space without any effected to trees around. The pattern they chose is plus symbol that can be allocate for 5 sections which contain terrace, hallway, living part, the bedroom and lavatory.Save this picture!Site planAt the beginning they build whole 4 houses which each house will be 1.20 meters away upper and connected every single house by the terrace. These made each house has different viewpoint but concordant with the tree height. The house is raise up from the ground and nature around.Save this picture!© art4d magazine / Ketsiree WongwanSave this picture!© art4d magazine / Ketsiree WongwanAn original technique made by local technician using to build the house. The window uses as the awning for the house which has no terrace in the different position to response the different view and each activity.Save this picture!© art4d magazine / Ketsiree WongwanProject gallerySee allShow lessHouse 2 – Counter City / AliceSelected ProjectsMbweni House / FBW Architecten NetherlandsSelected Projects Share CopyAbout this officeStudio MitiOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesIcebergOn FacebookThailandPublished on September 06, 2020Cite: “Forest House / Studio Miti” 06 Sep 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
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As the semester winds down and I realize it’s nearly time to move into the real world, you can frequently see me with a dazed look on my face.I don’t know yet what I’ll be doing after college. I have some job prospects, and I’m getting married. But when all is said and done, the future is a huge blank, a huge question mark.For the first time in 17 years, I’ll be out of school. For good. TCU athletes are “SPARK-ing” an interest in Fort Worth area students Linkedin The 109https://www.tcu360.com/author/the-109/ TCU athletes are “SPARK-ing” an interest in Fort Worth area students + posts The 109 The 109https://www.tcu360.com/author/the-109/ Facebook Abortion access threatened as restrictive bills make their way through Texas Legislature Twitter ReddIt Previous articleSuspicious vehicle stopped near TCUNext articleSalon’s sale sets standards for success The 109 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Fort Worth braces for more severe weather printAnother storm is heading to North Texas Tuesday night and is expected to last until noon Wednesday.The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for snow until 6 a.m. Wednesday with about one to three inches to projected snow.“Most of the snowfall is expected between 5 and 9 a.m. Wednesday,” WFAA Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus sai.Most of the snow is expected to be wet and slushy, which could cause problems during Wednesday morning commutes, Delkus said.Temperatures are expected to climb into the 40s Wednesday afternoon.Fort Worth Police tweeted that their “snow patrol” has been out helping citizens recover from the previous storm and preparing for this next round of weather.“If people have to drive to work in the morning, put blankets on your windshields tonight and make sure your windshield wipers are raised,” Neighborhood Patrol Officer Mario Cabello said.Cabello said residents should be aware of the locations of blankets, flashlights and batteries, rack up on food that can be prepared without electricity and keep faucets at a slow drip during the night.TCU and Tarrant County College cancelled classes Monday. TCU delayed classes Tuesday morning. By late Tuesday, they have not issued any cancellations for Wednesday.Fort Worth ISD will open late after a two hour delay Wednesday morning.Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts and Fort Worth Country Day have not yet announced if they are canceling or delaying school for Wednesday.Libby Vincek is the 109’s police and neighborhood reporter. Email her at [email protected] Twitter Grains to grocery: One bread maker brings together farmers and artisans at locally-sourced store The 109https://www.tcu360.com/author/the-109/ Linkedin Fort Worth set to elect first new mayor in 10 years Saturday Facebook The 109https://www.tcu360.com/author/the-109/ Stories from the polls: Election Day in The109! ReddIt
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News Tenth anniversary of Bahraini blogger’s arrest June 15, 2020 Find out more to go further Receive email alerts Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives October 14, 2020 Find out more BahrainMiddle East – North Africa Follow the news on Bahrain News BahrainMiddle East – North Africa RSF_en News March 17, 2021 Find out more German spyware company FinFisher searched by public prosecutors Help by sharing this information Read in Arabic (بالعربية)Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns freelance journalist and blogger Ahmed Radhi’s arrest in a pre-dawn raid on his home on 16 May.“The Bahraini authorities have committed a grave freedom of information violation, resuming the practices adopted to crush last year’s wave of protests,” Reporters Without Borders said. “It seems that Radhi’s only crime was to have expressed his views. In the absence of any charges against him, we call for his immediate and unconditional release.”Police broke down the door of his home in Sanabis, a locality to the west of the capital, at around 4 a.m. and took Radhi away without showing any warrant. The authorities have not announced any charges but Reporters Without Borders has been told that he could be brought before a judge as early as tomorrow.His family thinks he was arrested for criticizing a proposed union of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia in interviews he gave to BBC Arabic Radio and the London-based exile television station, Lulu TV. Radhi had posted excerpts of the BBC Arabic interview on Facebook.Aged 35, Radhi has had many run-ins with the authorities in the past. The Bahrain Press Association said he was jailed and tortured at the end of the 1990s, suffering a permanent partial hearing loss. In the early 2000s, he worked for the local daily Al-Ayyam and the Lebanese TV station Al-Manar, whose coverage angered the government so much that his accreditation was withdrawn for two years. Since then he has freelanced and keeps a blog on Bahrain.Journalists are often the target of harassment and arrests in Bahrain, whose ruler, King Hamad Ben Aissa Al-Khalifa, is on the Reporters Without Borders list of predators of press freedom. Last year, Reporters Without Borders ranked Manama as one of the world’s ten most dangerous places for media personnel. News Organisation May 18, 2012 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Journalist arrested for comments during radio interviews
Facebook LOCAL companies will be out in force for the Food and Wine Magazine Christmas Show, which takes place this weekend November 26-28 in the RDS. Limerick will be well represented at the gastronomic event, with JOD Food Products displaying their wares to the seasonal crowd. The three-day food and drink event is paradise for the discerning palate with each day packed full of shows, master classes, demos and tastings designed to teach visitors everything they need to learn to stage their own festive gathering, big or small.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Mezzanine level of the RDS is transformed into a Winter Wonderland artisan village this year at the show. Come and sample some of Ireland’s finest craft food produce – from cheese and chocolate to bread and sweet treats.‘Flash Tasting’ will take place every half hour from the wonderful artisan producers which will circulate through the crowd, offering them a chance to sample their produce. There will also be a seating area where visitors can sit and relax.The show will also include The Chef’s Table where lucky audience members will be served 3-course meals by the chefs themselves including Neven Maguire, Derry Clarke, Ross Lewis, Dylan McGrath, Sunil Ghai, Paul Flynn and Kevin Thornton to name a few with live demonstrations from these masters taking place on the Main Stage.Tickets are available at €20 per person from ticketmaster.Food for thought has three pairs of tickets for entrance to the show and exhibition on this Sunday, so get your name, address and a contact number to Food and Wine Show Competition, Limerick Post Newspaper, 97 Henry Street, Limerick before 3pm on Friday November 26 and be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets. Linkedin Email Previous articleThree injured in head-on collisionNext articleLimerick design duo behind new national publication admin WhatsApp NewsLimerick Foodies to exhibit at Food and Wine Magazine Christmas ShowBy admin – November 24, 2010 436 Advertisement Print Twitter
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[email protected] Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat Print Limerick Senator has beef with meat industry TAGSBishop Brendan Leahyeighth amendmentJennifer SchweppepoliticsreactionTogether for YesYvie Murphy WhatsApp Enterprise Support Grant should include older self-employed people Email Jenny Blake | #WeAreLimerick episode 46 Facebook NewsPoliticsReactions from members of both sides of Eighth Amendment ReferendumBy Cian Reinhardt – May 28, 2018 1204 Restart Grant Plus will help more Limerick businesses to reopen Linkedin Photograph from the Limerick referendum count shows the boxes being opened.Photograph Liam Burke Press 22People from both sides of last weekend’s referendum result have voiced their reactions after Ireland voted to remove the Eighth Amendment from the Constitution of Ireland.Limerick Together for Yes Chairperson Yvie Murphy and Deputy Chairperson Jennifer Schweppe on Saturday last read a statement immediately after the national referendum results announcement.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up They said, “First we dreamed and fought for a referendum about the Eighth Amendment. Then we dreamed and hoped for a win in the referendum. We dared to dream and hope that we would get the yes vote over the line.“But in our wildest dreams – in our most delirious and hopeful of moments – we never once thought that Ireland would not just support us, but that Irish people would stand up and roar that it had to stop. That they would not just repeal the Eighth Amendment but that they would lay siege to the Eighth Amendment and destroy the Eighth amendment.”Meanwhile, in masses across the diocese over the weekend, a letter from Bishop Brendan Leahy, Bishop of Limerick noted the day was “a day of mixed emotions for members of this congregation and for Catholic faithful everywhere across Ireland”.Beckha Doyle ( former member of Citizens Assembly), Senator Paul Gavan (Sinn Féin), Jan O Sullivan TD (Labour), MC Thomas Bibby (Green Party), Jennifer Schweppe (Limerick Together for Yes) & Ailbhe Smyth (Together for Yes).The letter read, “There will be people here who voted to repeal the Eighth amendment and people who voted to protect the Eighth amendment. As I said last week Ireland is a compassionate country, that we are a compassionate people. Those who voted no did so with compassion, particularly for the unborn child. Those who voted yes did so with an eye particularly on the mother carrying that child.”The Limerick Together for Yes speakers said the day had been “35 years in the making”, and wouldn’t have been possible if it weren’t for women and activists throughout Limerick and across the world. “We stand on the shoulders of women and activists who have come before us and sacrificed so much,” They said, adding, “They spoke when nobody else would speak. They spoke when nobody would listen. But today we have spoken and Ireland has listened.”Bishop Leahy acknowledged the vote would not change their position, “Our message is one of love; love for all, love for life, for those with us today, for those in the womb. And God’s love is there also for those on both sides of the Referendum campaign.”“I have already expressed my gratitude to all who were missionaries for life and actively gave of their time and energy to promote the cause of life. They dedicated themselves to the task with care, listening and sensitivity. I am grateful too that, in general, the debate was largely respectful.”The Limerick Together for Yes spokespeople said the group had created a movement in Limerick in a short few months, “Since our first meeting in a little cafe on Denmark we have grown into something amazing. We have grown into a movement,”Bishop Brendan LeahyThey continued, “that movement, from day one, was respectful, inclusive, and informed. People from all backgrounds and walks of life joined us in our fight for full reproductive rights.”The Limerick Bishop mentions some of the stories heard through the campaign have given “a sense of women’s immense pain and suffering”“While the Church’s position is that life in or out of the womb is to be protected, it is only right that we have heard these stories and got a sense of women’s immense pain and distress. So often, women were left on their own at that time, perhaps with the support only of a friend, perhaps immediate family. But not much else.“A message we can take, therefore, from the stories we’ve heard is that we have ultimately failed them as a society if we allow them to be isolated. We need to engender more coherently a society of care, a society of support so that the default for women in these circumstances is to turn to that society and know that it wraps them in a blanket of love and support. That it is there for them in this difficult time and that it does not judge them.”Limerick overwhelmingly voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment, with Limerick City and Limerick County voting 69.9 per cent and 58.1 per cent in favour of repeal respectively. Advertisement
Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Google+ Google+ Facebook Twitter NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly WhatsApp Health Minister James Reilly is being asked to give assurances about the future of Carndonagh District Hospital.Donegal North East Deputy Pádraig Mac Lochlainn has tabled a number of questions to the minister seeking to clarify the up to date position about the number of people working at the hospital, after the HSE cited ‘staffing pressures’ as the reason for the temporary closure of four beds this week.Deputy Mac Lochlainn says a number of other questions submitted in the last 18 months show that the hospital has already been enduring cuts…..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/carnd.mp3[/podcast] Pinterest Health Minister asked to give assurances about the future of Carndonagh District Hospital Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Previous articleGallagher set for 100 league games.Next articleCllr Ian McGarvey tipped to be next Mayor of Donegal News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – April 18, 2013 Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH News 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today Facebook