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“COPY” Projects Houses House in the Hills / Sean Godsell ArchitectsSave this projectSaveHouse in the Hills / Sean Godsell Architects Landscape: Quantity Surveyor: Poulsen Builders Plan Cost Australia Australia ESD Consultant: Engineering:Perrett SimpsonBuilding Surveyor:Nelson McDermottGross Built Area:155 m2 Enclosed / 900 m2 Roof AreaDesign Team:Sean Godsell, Hayley FranklinCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Earl CarterRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsWindowsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Unit-Glaze SystemWoodEGGERLaminatesText description provided by the architects. The site was excised from a working sheep farm. It consists of 25 hectares of cleared and underworked paddocks. It slopes from its mid-length highpoint to the north and south – both slopes having spectacular views. An established windbreak of Cyprus pines flanks the west boundary and provides a degree of protection from the prevailing south-westerly winds which pummel the south slope, making it a less desirable location for a new house. In this part of Australia, the southerly winds are cold. In fact, the wind fundamentally dictated the design of this building.Save this picture!Courtesy of Sean Godsell ArchitectsSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!Courtesy of Sean Godsell ArchitectsThe north (sun) facing living pavilion and the adjacent courtyard is protected in part by the re-shaped landscape immediately to their south and in part by a 30m x 30m operable louvered parasol that hovers over both pavilion and courtyard. The parasol protects the house offering both shelters from and deflection of the prevailing wind as well as varying degrees of shade and direct sunlight depending on the time of day and year. More importantly, the parasol acts as a place-maker, localizing and defining a precinct on a large site within which the essential requirements for habitation – shelter, protection, security – can comfortably occur.Save this picture!© Earl CarterSimple steel framed haysheds, roofed but open on all sides, are dotted across the Australian countryside and their evocative silhouettes offer a romantic rationale for this Arcadian myth- house. Notions of the frontier; of survival in a never-ending battle with Nature are close to the bone for many Australians. In the outback, any constructed shelter can mean the difference between life and death-shade from the intense heat, height above the flooding river so that these simple, often weather-ravaged structures assume a more profound meaning.Save this picture!© Earl CarterSave this picture!ElevationsSave this picture!Courtesy of Sean Godsell ArchitectsMore complex still is the compelling analogy to an architecture whose functional programme is disconnected from its protective skin that occurs when hay bales are placed randomly under the roof. As the hay bales are moved or used over time their relationship with the static roof and steel frame assumes a dynamic quality. The hay bales are like plug-in components. Le Corbusier experimented with the idea of parasol roofs and the Zurich Pavilion 1960-65 is the best example.Save this picture!Courtesy of Sean Godsell ArchitectsProject gallerySee allShow lessMeditation Hall / HIL ArchitectsSelected ProjectsIn the Park / kooo architectsSelected Projects Share Year: House in the Hills / Sean Godsell Architects Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/912376/house-in-the-hills-sean-godsell-architects Clipboard Manufacturers: Kaldewei, Anston Architectural, Bluescope, Brightgreen, Elton Group, Miele, Sussex Taps, Vola, -, Black butt, Caroma, Lockwood, Nikles CopyHouses•Australia Architects: Sean Godsell Architects Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Earl Carter+ 20Curated by Paula Pintos Share “COPY” ArchDaily Greensphere 2018 Photographs: Earl Carter Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/912376/house-in-the-hills-sean-godsell-architects Clipboard Eckersley Garden Architecture Building Contractor: CopyAbout this officeSean Godsell ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAustraliaPublished on March 01, 2019Cite: “House in the Hills / Sean Godsell Architects” 28 Feb 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
What price ethics? How far can and should charities apply ethical considerations in accepting corporate donations? Liza Ramrayka looks at recent developments in Purse strings in The Guardian. 14 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Advertisement Howard Lake | 10 October 2000 | News
Linkedin Twitter TCU falls to Georgia in AutoZone Liberty Bowl Linkedin Kacey Bowenhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kacey-bowen/ Facebook Kacey Bowen Previous articleFrogs sweep Sooners after double-headerNext articleNew student body president: ‘We will accomplish great things’ Kacey Bowen RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kacey Bowenhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kacey-bowen/ TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks ReddIt Kacey is a junior journalism major from Friendswood, Texas. She is a managing editor for TCU360. Support for seniors on Senior Day printBEACH VOLLEYBALL: The TCU beach volleyball team wrapped up its final home match of the season with a loss to No. 1 USC Saturday afternoon.The Frogs looked to carry the momentum from Friday after opening the tournament with two wins, including their 10th sweep. But, as USC took five of the six matches in straight sets, TCU ended its final home weekend with a 2-1 record.The match on Saturday went for only three sets. USC took the opening set 21-12, but first-time duo Bridget Odmark and Clare Ford fought back to take the next set, 21-15. The Trojans got out to an early lead and never looked back as they won the final set 15-7.Next up, the Frogs will wrap-up their season on the road in Baton Rouge as they compete in the Battle on the Bayou on April 30.EQUESTRIAN:No. 6 TCU equestrian’s dream of reaching the NCEA finals came to an end Saturday night, falling to No. 1 Auburn.Trailing 7-5 going into the final four riders of Reining, TCU appeared poised to knock off the nation’s top-ranked team. But, the Frogs were only able to claim a 2-1 decision in the discipline.In Horsemanship, TCU dominated the Tigers to the tune of 3-1. In the end, TCU couldn’t solve the Tigers in Equitation on the Flat as Auburn swept the Frogs, 4-0.Following the meet, Megan McMullen was named Most Outstanding Player in Horsemanship. Also earning All-Championship team accolades for the Frogs were: Molly Peddicord, Nicole Diamantis, Chantz Stewart, Erin Gillette, Mcmullen, and Rylee Morgan.Also earning All-Championship team accolades for the Frogs were: Molly Peddicord, Nicole Diamantis, Chantz Stewart, Erin Gillette, Mcmullen, and Rylee Morgan.MEN’S TENNIS:Freshman Alex Rybakov clinched No. 2 TCU men’s tennis victory over No. 18 Texas on Saturday. Down 5-2 in the set, he came back and won five straight games to win the match 4-2.Reese Stalder and Hudson Blake took the doubles point for the Frogs while No. 5 Cameron Norrie and Jerry Lopez won in individuals.With this win, TCU has started league play 3-0 for the first time in program history and won two Big 12 road matches for the first time since joining the league in 2012. The victory also marks the team’s 10th win over an opponent ranked inside the Oracle/ITA top 20 this season.The victory also marks the team’s 10th win over an opponent ranked inside the Oracle/ITA top 20 this season.WOMEN’S TENNIS:No. 33 TCU women’s tennis wrapped up its road trip in Oklahoma by dropping a 4-1 decision to No. 15 Oklahoma State Sunday afternoon. OSU remains the only undefeated team in the conference.No. 27 ranked pair of Seda Arantekin and Caroline Wegner earned the only doubles win of the day as the pair picked up their 21st victory this season.Sophomore Aleksandra Zenovka put the lone point on the board for the Frogs as she scored a 6-3, 6-4 win over Carla Tur Mari. The win evened up the match at 1-1 and earned Zenovka her third straight win this season and 22nd overall.TCU will finish up the regular season next weekend by traveling to Morgantown, West Virgina to face the Mountaineers April 22.MEN’S GOLF:TCU men’s golf finished fourth in the El Macero Classic.Senior Ryan Books took his first individual victory in the tournament. Going into Sunday, Books was tied with Oregon State’s Kevin Murphy at even par at the end of regulation. Books won the tournament on the par 4-sixth hole.The Frogs return to action for the Big 12 Conference Championships April 29. Kacey Bowenhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kacey-bowen/ Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award + posts ReddIt TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Facebook TCU vs Georgia: “Playing to win” Kramer claims 100th career win Twitter Kacey Bowenhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/kacey-bowen/
Twitter News WhatsApp Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Report WhatsApp Pinterest By News Highland – June 16, 2012 Pinterest Google+ Google+ Facebook A Stranorlar Councillor has called for work to be carried out on a dangerous footpath for over concerns that someone could be seriously injured or killed.Cora Harvey has already raised her concerns with Council engineers for safety improvement works on the Trusk Road Footpath in Ballybofey.Cllr Cora Harvey says the stretch of road between Supervalu and the Weaver’s Estate is narrow and dangerous for pedestrians.The road is used frequently by walkers and Councillor Harvey believes it is only a matter of time before somebody is seriously injured or worse.She says that residents in the area have been calling on the Council to lay a footpath on this road for the past ten years and while progress has been made, it has been painfully slow and many are frustrated and angry with the lack of action.Councillor Harvey said it was extremely frustrating to see, that despite having secured the necessary funding, works have not started on this footpath, let alone be completed.Cllr Harvey has called on Donegal County Council to take immediate compulsory action to secure the land deal and complete the works as a matter of priority for the benefit of all those that use this road. Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Previous articleThree arrested in Inishowen bus theft investigationNext articleBloody Sunday Trust launch attempt to clear Gerard Donagheys name News Highland Calls for work to carried out on dangerous footpath in Ballybofey Facebook Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Twitter Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota
MattGush/iStockBY: BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — At least 28 people were arrested overnight as civil unrest continued in Louisville over a grand jury’s controversial decision in the Breonna Taylor case.Tensions have boiled over in the streets of Kentucky’s largest city in the days since a grand jury declined to indict three white police officers in the death of Taylor, a 26-year-old Black woman shot in her own apartment in March.Police began arresting people as soon as a 9 p.m. curfew imposed by Mayor Greg Fischer went into effect Saturday, authorities said.Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) officials said in a Twitter post that just before the curfew started, orders were given over loudspeakers for protesters to clear out of Jefferson Square Park in the downtown area. Officials said the orders to disperse were made when police officers saw people “gathering plywood shields and other items that could be used as weapons” and gleaned from media reports that demonstrators were intending to engage in a standoff with police.While many protesters left the area, police said a large group sought sanctuary at the First Unitarian Church, several blocks from the park.Just before midnight, according to police, a small group of people left the church and set pieces of wood police described as “plywood shields” on fire in the street outside the church and began causing destruction in the area.Many windows at Spalding University, a private Catholic school, and at nearby Presentation Academy, a women’s college-preparatory high school, were smashed, police said.LMPD officials released police helicopter surveillance footage of several people apparently throwing objects through the windows of a car parked on the Spalding University campus, and two people lighting an incendiary device and throwing it inside the car, causing a small explosion and fire.The FBI field office in Louisville tweeted that it is working with Louisville police to identify the individuals who set the car on fire.Around 2 a.m., police tweeted that 28 people had been arrested on Saturday night and into Sunday morning.During protests Wednesday night, two Louisville police officers were wounded in shootings and a suspect was arrested. The suspected gunman, Larynzo Johnson, 26, who is jailed on $1 million bond, was charged with two counts of assault on a police officer and 14 counts of wanton endangerment of a police officer. He has yet to enter a plea.The protests in Louisville, which have been ongoing for more than 120 days, were refueled on Wednesday when a Jefferson County grand jury announced that none of the police officers involved in the shooting that left Taylor dead in her apartment were indicted for her death.Only one officer involved in the shooting that killed Taylor was indicted by the grand jury. Brett Hankison, who was fired in June for violating police department policy during the Taylor shooting, was charged with three counts of felony wanton endangerment for firing errant shots into Taylor’s apartment that penetrated a wall and went in the residence of a white family.State Attorney General Daniel Cameron said at a news conference following the grand jury’s announcement that Hankison, Officer Myles Cosgrove and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly fired a total of 32 shots into Taylor’s apartment while serving a search warrant on March 13.Cameron claimed the officers opened fire when Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired at them first with a licensed gun hitting Mattingly in the leg when the officers forced open the front door in the early morning hours.Taylor, dressed in her nightclothes, was shot six times by bullets fired by Cosgrove and Mattingly, Cameron said, adding that an FBI ballistics analysis determined that the one fatal shot came from Cosgrove’s 40-caliber weapon. He said that none of the shots fired by Hankison struck Taylor.Cameron said the investigation showed Mattingly and Cosgrove were justified in their use of force because Walker shot at the officers first and they returned fire to protect themselves.“This justification bars us from pursuing charges in Ms. Breonna Taylor’s death,” Cameron said.Cameron also said the investigation determined that the officers, who had a “no-knock” warrant, knocked first on Taylor’s door and announced themselves before ramming the door open. He cited an independent witness who corroborated that scenario.On Friday, Taylor’s family and their attorneys called on Cameron to release the transcripts of the three-day grand jury proceedings, alleging Cameron’s office presented scant evidence, if any at all, specific to Taylor’s shooting, thereby assuring no charges would be filed in the death of the emergency medical technician. The lawyers also disputed Cameron’s claim that the officers knocked and announced themselves before forcing their way into Taylor’s apartment, saying a dozen other people at the apartment complex, including Walker, say they did not hear the plainclothes police officers make their presence known before the barrage of gunfire rang out.The grand jury’s announcement followed a $12 million settlement Taylor’s family reached earlier this month with the city of Louisville in a wrongful-death lawsuit Tayor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, filed in April. The settlement, which lawyers for the Taylor family say is the largest ever paid out for a Black woman killed in an alleged police misconduct case, also includes an agreement from the city to implement major reforms in the police department in hopes of preventing a similar tragedy from occurring.The FBI is still investigating how the warrant for Taylor’s apartment was obtained. Lawyers for Taylor’s family alleged the affidavit for the warrant in a drug trafficking investigation targeting Taylor’s ex-boyfriend contained lies.Cameron conceded that his office did not look into the warrant as part of its investigation.The Department of Justice is also investigating to determine if any civil rights violations occurred in Taylor’s shooting, and an LMPD internal probe has been launched to determine if six officers involved in the drug trafficking case that led to Taylor’s death violated department policies.During the news conference in Louisville with Taylor’s relatives on Friday, activist Tamika Mallory, who has been leading the protests in Louisville, slammed Cameron, Kentucky’s first African American attorney general, as an advocate for the police and traitor of the Black community.“We are not going home,” said Mallory of New York. “We will make sure that this city is as uncomfortable as it can be and we intend to travel across the state of Kentucky and make sure that in every corner of this state they know who you are Daniel Cameron and who is upholding the system of white supremacy that continues to oppress our people.”Mallory added that until the officers involved in Taylor’s shooting and the investigation that led to the tragedy are fired from the police department, “I promise you, we will make these streets hot.”Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. 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FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Salt Lake City, UT) — Michael Hermosillo hit his 11th home run of the season but the Bees fell to the Chihuahuas 13-2 at home.Salt Lake drops to 51-and-71 on the season. The Bees and Chihuahuas will square off again tonight. Tags: El Paso Chihuahuas/PCL/Salt Lake Bees Written by August 16, 2019 /Sports News – Local Bees Crushed By El Paso Robert Lovell
A Man Pleaded Guilty To Piracy Scott Roberts for www.theindianalawyer.comA man who pleaded guilty to piracy for his role in boarding a ship off the coast of Somalia in 2009 was denied a writ of habeas corpus because he waived that right when he pleaded to his crime.Abdulwali Abdukhadir Muse pleaded guilty to piracy among other charges after boarding the MV Maersk Alabama off the coast of Somalia. He told federal agents he was 16 at the time of capture, but later told an FBI agent he was between 18 and 19. A judge in the Southern District of New York found he was 18 at the time of the crime, and he was prosecuted as an adult, which led to his plea agreement.In his agreement, there was a clause promising he would not seek to withdraw his guilty plea or file a direct appeal or any kind of collateral attack challenging his guilty plea or conviction based on his age either at the time of the charged conduct or at the time of the guilty plea.He filed anyway, saying a magistrate judge lacked authority to decide whether he was an adult and his sentence should be set aside. The motion was denied by the New York court because of the waiver.He then filed a writ of habeas corpus in the Southern District of Indiana, where he currently resides in the federal prison in Terre Haute, and was denied under USC Section 2255e. It says in part that a prisoner cannot apply for relief in a court he was not sentenced in unless the remedy by motion is inadequate or ineffective to test the legality of his detention. Muse had not identified a deficiency, and was denied. He appealed.The 7th Circuit also denied his motion, but said it’s not because of Section 2255e, but the waiver he agreed to in his plea agreement.FOOTNOTE: The case is Aduwali Abdukhadir Muse v. Charles A. Daniels, Warden, FCI Terre Haute, 15-2646.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Miss Crustacean First Place – Crabs Got Talent with the Rufo family from Collegeville, Pa. (Photo courtesy City of Ocean City) Here is the list of winners put out by the City of Ocean City for the Miss Crustacean Beauty Pageant and the hermit crab races that followed Wednesday.Miss Crustacean Commercial First Place – The Fisherman’s CoverMiss Crustacean First Place – Crabs Got Talent, The Rufo Family from Collegeville, Pa.2nd Place – Crustice League, The Viola Family from Middletown, Del.3rd Place – Crabby in Wonderland, Ainsley Matuson from Egg Harbor TownshipHonorable Mention – Crab’tin Hook, Maya Hagan from Egg Harbor TownshipHermit Crab Races Championship Heat:1st Place – “Taffy” with a time of 32 seconds (Owner: Tom Viola from Middletown, Del.)2nd Place – “Joey” (Owner: Olivia Voss from Brookeville, Md.)3rd Place – “ Fisherman’s Cover” (Owner: Olivia Kemenosh from Ocean City)