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first_img “COPY” Manufacturers: Maxlight, Fowler & Co Photographs Area:  335 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Trogal Griffin Associates Save this picture!© Matt Clayton+ 12 Share Architects: Robert Hirschfield Architects Area Area of this architecture project Main Contractor: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/803279/open-house-robert-hirschfield-architects Clipboard Open House / Robert Hirschfield ArchitectsSave this projectSaveOpen House / Robert Hirschfield Architects Structural Engineer: “COPY” Photographs:  Matt Clayton Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ArchDaily Conisbee CopyHouses, Extension•London, United Kingdom Open House / Robert Hirschfield Architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/803279/open-house-robert-hirschfield-architects Clipboard United Kingdom Designer Maker:Fowler & CoJoinery:Dot BespokeKitchen Designer:BulthaupGlazing Specialist:CulmaxCity:LondonCountry:United KingdomMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Matt ClaytonRecommended ProductsDoorspanoramah!®ah! PivotDoorsEGGERWood Laminate Doors in Molecular Plant Science InstituteDoorsAir-LuxPivoting DoorDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumText description provided by the architects. An extensive redevelopment of an Edwardian semi-detached house in north London, dramatically re-ordering rooms and extending the house to the rear to meet the evolving needs of a couple and their teenage children.Save this picture!© Matt ClaytonThis large period house required significant untangling from its congested internal layout in order to rationalise and re-configure its interior spaces. It also had a lack of connectedness to it’s generous outdoor spaces and an under-exploited loft area.Save this picture!SectionThe original living and service areas of the house were dark, cramped and restrictive to family shared spaces. Our solution was to reconfigure the layout of each floor and expand the house to create a spacious living area to the rear of the ground floor with a large glazed structure that frames the newly landscaped garden and terrace.Save this picture!© Matt ClaytonThe re-configured floors have given the family generous sized rooms with an interesting play of level changes and volumes that can now be fully shared and enjoyed. These are connected by a new helical staircase with a ribbon-like handrail that curves as it ascends in parallel with the central double-height void.Save this picture!© Matt ClaytonThe new loft bedroom is the proud possessor of its own private recessed terrace that has cleverly and discretely been carved into the pitch of the roof.The bathrooms, bedrooms and living spaces have bespoke built-in joinery, storage spaces and shelving all of which have been fully integrated into the overall concept and design.Save this picture!PlansThroughout the house, the warmth and texture of the wood grain used for the staircase has been emphasised in floor finishes and worktops elsewhere.Save this picture!© Matt ClaytonProduct Description. The bespoke timber staircase was designed in close collaboration with designer-maker, Fowler & Co. It was conceived as a single object stretching between the ground, first and second floors. The central form comprises a solid helical balustrade that ‘hangs’ down the middle of the void with the stair wrapping around it. The elegant lacquered balustrade is capped with a continuous moulded handrail, hand carved from oak to match the fluid underside that follows the curves of the staircase.Save this picture!© Matt ClaytonIt was made in Fowler & Co’s workshop and then assembled on site, with the handrail made from pieces of laminated wood pressed into a curved mould. The underside is clad with timber with each piece acting like a propeller blade, twisting in two directions. The result is a sinuous shape that is given continuity by the use of treated hand carved oak for both the underside and the ribbon-like handrail.Project gallerySee allShow lessLAVA Reveals Lush Alternate Scheme for Malaysian Forest CityUnbuilt ProjectOchoco Air Hangar / TVA ArchitectsSelected Projects Share Quantity Surveyor: 2016 Houses Vital Building Services Year:  CopyAbout this officeRobert Hirschfield ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionLondonEnglandUnited KingdomPublished on January 27, 2017Cite: “Open House / Robert Hirschfield Architects” 27 Jan 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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first_img The show will be staged as a mystery within a mystery, with the case presented to Holmes forcing him to confront his murky past.  But is the unraveling of his childhood just a dangerous diversion? Sherlock Holmes is an original tale which will offer a new and theatrical exploration of the mind of the famous detective, while remaining faithful to the mysterious world created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The characters and stories of Sherlock Holmes were first introduced in Conan Doyle’s 1887 novel A Study in Scarlet. Conan Doyle went on to feature Sherlock Holmes in three more novels (including The Hound of the Baskervilles) and in 56 short stories. The famous detective made his first appearance on Broadway in 1899. In recent years, the property has been updated into hits with modern twists, as in the Emmy- winning BBC series Sherlock starring Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, the Guy Ritchie films starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law and the hit CBS transfer Elementary starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu. Broadway alums Ian McKellen and Laura Linney will headline the upcoming 2015 feature film Mr. Holmes. Sherlock Holmes is eyeing Broaday in 2017! It’s a bit early for cast, dates and theater details, but the new play will be by Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel. We are naturally dreaming that current TV Sherlock Benedict Cumberbatch, soon to be seen in Hamlet in London, will take the title role.center_img View Commentslast_img read more


first_imgWICHITA, Kan. – IMCA Modified drivers following the BST Tour enjoy title sponsorship and financial support from Precise Racing Products for a third consecutive season.The Wichita, Kan., high performance parts supplier and Hoosier race tire distributor again provides a portion of the $2,000 point fund for the eight-race series in Colorado.“Backing by Precise Racing Products has been integral to the success of this tour,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Their motto is We Sell Speed and they’ve helped innumerable drivers get faster with point fund money and gift card awards.”Precise also gives $50 gift cards to top 10 drivers in final point standings for the Jet Racing Central Region for Modifieds, the EQ Cylinder Heads Northern Region for Stock Cars, the Big Daddy Race Cars Northern Region for Hobby Stocks, and in national standings for Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods.BST point fund checks will be presented during the national awards banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week. All series drivers must display two Precise Racing Products decals on their race car to be eligible for point fund shares.The champion receives bonus points applicable toward national and regional standings.Jeff Hunter won the last two BST events after Ryan Gaylord topped the opening night show.Ken Schrader and Kenny Wallace are scheduled to join tour regulars for events Aug. 28 at Colorado Motorsports Park, Aug. 29 at El Paso County Raceway and Aug. 30 at Phillips County Raceway.Wrapping up the tour are dates Sept. 6 at I-76 Speedway and Sept. 18 at CMP.More information about Precise products is available by calling 800 651-5164 and at the www.preciseracing.com website.last_img read more


first_imgAt the end of October, Sarajevo Times published an article about two brothers from Sarajevo Haris and Armin Alikadić who are getting ready for the road to Morocco with old timer a Renault 4. As previously written, Alikadić brothers have applied over French-organizations “Desertours” for participation in this humanitarian rally.It is important to note that the only rally’s aim is to help children from the poorest regions of Morocco. Desertours in cooperation with UNICEF organized this humanitarian adventure rally 18th time in a row.Four thousand students from all over Europe will take part in the 4L Trophy rally. The starting point of this year 4L Trophy is a city of Biarritz in southwest France, where the 2000 teams will start their journey on 19th February 2015.For the first time BiH will have a representative on this event, brothers Haris and Armin. In the same time, they are the only representatives from the Balkans.In order to verify that they are ready for this adventure, we contacted Alikadić brothers  again. They told us that their Renault 4 is fully ready, and regarding the finances, they told us that they managed through sponsors to secure the money they need for the trip. Their advertising space on the car is not yet completed, so that all interested parties can still contact via their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/teampassengers675Additionally, they told us and that the activity under the slogan “Join us in Morocco” will be held on 31st January 2015 in front of the Sarajevo Cathedral. The activity is designed in a very original way. On the square in front of the Cathedral their Renault 4 will be parked and citizens of Sarajevo will have the opportunity to take photographs and to sign on the banner.The very interesting and positive thing is that in return all of those who sign the banner that travels with them to Morocco will donate a symbolic money for their trip or school supplies, which will be  delivered to children of Morocco. Banner with the signatures will be photographed and placed on their fan page on Facebook, and symbolically will lead all interested to the Morocco desert.Five days later, on Thursday morning, brothers plan their departure.Support positive story from BiH! STlast_img read more


first_imgFacebook2.2kTweet0Pin2 Submitted by Capital City PrideGovernor Inslee receives a Rainbow Flag from Capital City Pride chair Anna Schlecht and volunteer Sarah Vanucci.In recognition of Pride month, Governor Jay Inslee has invited local community members to help him raise a rainbow flag this Friday, June 19 at 2:30 pm at the State flag circle in front of the State Capitol Dome. Participants are encouraged to arrive by 2 p.m., wear Pride shirts and to bring their cameras to capture this historic moment.This historic flag raising signifies the first time a rainbow flag, long the symbol of LGBTQ rights, will be raised at the State Capitol in honor of Pride Month and in honor of Capital City Pride’s PRIDE 25! Celebration.  Governor Inslee will address the crowd and then the flag will be raised by Spencer Daniels, a representative of SAGE Olympia, which serves older LGBTQ community members, and Ruben Garza, a youth participant in PIZZA Klatch which supports LGBTQ+ youth in local high schools.  Together, they represent the history and the future of the LGBTQ community.“I never thought I’d live to see the day that a rainbow flag was raised at the State Capitol”’ said Anna Schlecht, Capital City Pride chair, “When Capital City Pride was founded in Olympia 25 years ago, we created a logo featuring the Capitol Dome with a rainbow flag as an expression of our hopes and dreams of equality.  And now the day has come when our logo becomes reality.”The public is invited to join Governor Inslee and Capital City Pride for this short ceremony at the flag circle, which is located on the state Capitol campus between the Capitol dome and the Temple of Justice.Capital City Pride will celebrate PRIDE 25!, its 25th anniversary of Pride in Olympia starting with the flag raising.  Later Friday there will be a kick-off party from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday night, June 19 .  The first portion of events will feature live performance, speakers and complimentary cake indoors at the Urban Onion restaurant  at 116 Legion Way.  This will be followed by an outdoor lighting ceremony at dusk that features the Phlame Crew.The Pride Festival goes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21 at Heritage Park. The Festival will feature Grammy award winner Kimya Dawson and LA based drag performer Alusia along with other performers, a family fun area and many booths.The 25th annual Pride Parade will be Sunday noon to 1 p.m., starting at the State Capitol following a route down Capitol Way, turning left on Legion Way to Heritage Park.  These family-friendly events are free and open to the public.  Please visit us on Facebook or on the web at www.capitalcitypride.netlast_img read more


first_imgFacebook11Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of YelmCity of Yelm Mayor JW Foster recently became one of just 300 municipal leaders in the state of Washington to have earned the Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership from the Association of Washington Cities (AWC), since the program’s inception in 1997.To earn this award, Foster completed more than 60 hours of training through a variety of AWC-sponsored workshops, and demonstrated an additional 30 hours of community service.“Since joining the Yelm City Council in 2011, I’ve been taking advantage of the web-trainings, local seminars and conferences offered by the AWC to be the best leader I can be for our community,” Foster said. “As an elected leader, it is important to utilize the education and support offered by the AWC to continue to expand skills in budgeting, planning, and leadership.”The AWC’s Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership program provides elected municipal leaders with training to effectively operate within the law, plan for the future, secure and manage funds, and enrich community and staff relationships.Foster moved to Yelm with his wife Nicki in 1996 to raise their four children and spent many years coaching youth sports teams, volunteering for Yelm Community Schools, and working with local service organizations on a variety of projects. He was appointed to the planning commission before being elected to the Yelm City Council in 2011 and reelected in 2015. Foster was elected Mayor in 2017 after being appointed in 2016 to replace Mayor Ron Harding, who left to take work in Oregon.Foster currently serves on the Sports Medicine advisory committee and as Chair of the General Advisory Committee for Career and Technical Education for Yelm Community Schools. JW and Nicki also volunteer for the Nisqually Land Trust, Rotary Club of Yelm, and Lions Club projects.“The path to Yelm’s best future starts with a strong foundation in our local schools and organizations,” Foster said.  “It’s always been a strong family value of ours to work with our neighbors to make our community better for everyone”In addition to his local Mayoral duties and local involvement, Foster continues to engage at the regional level, serving as Vice-Chair of the Thurston Regional Planning Council, and engaging with other municipal leaders and military counterparts through the South Sound Military and Community Partnership.The AWC is a private, nonprofit, non-partisan corporation that represents Washington’s cities and towns before the state Legislature, the state executive branch and with regulatory agencies. The AWC serves its members through advocacy, education and services.last_img read more


first_imgBy Jay CookThe state’s newly amended Pet Purchase Protection Act is designed to create transparency between pet stores and customers. The law aims to give prospective pet buyers the animal’s veterinary history, breeder or broker information, as well as prohibit New Jersey pet dealers from doing any business with unlicensed breeders or animal welfare violators, also known as puppy mills.But two local stores that recently got slapped with violations, hefty fines and bad publicity for alleged failure to offer required cage label signage are howling mad and fighting back.On Jan. 4, the Division of Consumer Affairs cited 17 pet stores statewide with 683 violations, with fines totaling more than $400,000. Among them was Bark Avenue Puppies, 4 West Front St., Red Bank, which was issued 50 violations, and The Pet Shoppe, 1284 Route 35, Middletown, which had 19 violations.The pet shops must comply with the law and pay a reduced civil penalty. For Bark Avenue, that is at total of $10,000, and The Pet Shoppe, $2,500. Pet shops that fail to address the notice they received, or contest the violations, face higher civil penalties. For Bark Avenue that could be as much as $25,000, and for The Pet Shoppe, $9,500.An attorney representing both pet stores says the charges are unreasonable. “None of the violations pertain in any way to the safety of the animals, the animals’ health or its well-being or care,” said Dean Schneider, attorney with Schneider Freiberger, P.C. of Red Bank and Long Branch. “The squeeze on these local pet stores, who really have nothing but a clerical violation, is just extreme and it’s unwarranted.”Gary Hager, owner of Bark Avenue Puppies, which carries toy and designer breeds in downtown Red Bank, also says he was “ticked off” by the 50 alleged violations, and called it “a money grab.” The store was cited for improper cage labeling, failure to post a “Know Your Rights” statement for consumers, and USDA reports on the cage.“There was no communication between the state, in any way, shape or form, with us to tell us ‘Hey, this is the way you need to run things, post things, and communicate things,’” said Hager, who has owned the store for just six months.The owner of The Pet Shoppe in Middletown, a store that specializes in rare and unusual breeds, vehemently denies any wrongdoing. “It was one violation – because we didn’t have the color of the dog on the card,” said Dana West, who has owned the store for 8 years. “When the new law came out for the cards, they [New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs] gave us a sample card to go by, and ‘color’ wasn’t listed on there. So we made up our cards like the sample card.” She says she explained this to a state inspector who visited The Pet Shoppe on Oct. 14.Mike Bober, president and CEO of Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Washington D.C., which supported the bill and gave input to lawmakers, said better communication is essential. “The first round of enforcement was done without consultation with the stores,” said Bober. “As is the case with new legislation, the law has yet to be interpreted. To put in plainly, this is just growing pains.”Meanwhile, the stores say they’ve been dogged by bad publicity after the announcement of the alleged violations was circulated. “It’s a shame because this thing has really cost a couple of these businesses an extraordinary amount of goodwill with the public,” said Schneider, the attorney. He said the state will consider the way it announces alleged violations, “so that it doesn’t give the appearance of 50 violations, 19 violations or 70 violations, whatever the number may be for each individual pet store.” He added, “We have to keep in mind that these violations are only alleged.”Hager says he is dismayed by the experience. “New Jersey just threw a blanket up for all of us, and said ‘You’re all the same,’” said Hager. “I’m not saying there aren’t bad people out there – bad breeders and bad brokers. But the truth of the matter is that there are good ones out there too.”last_img read more


first_img“Based on the data we received, it’s questionable if the cap was saving money. But you really don’t knowbecause of the add-ons.” But some local legislators believe that tactic only made the situation less transparent. William O. George, Middletown Township Public Schools superintendent, distributed a set of qualitative and quantitative district goals for the 2018-19 session. Quantitative goals included expense reduction and revenue generation, student growth objectives and personalized student learning initiatives. O’Scanlon was a “yes”vote in the Senate to lift thecap, where the bill passedby a 28-7 margin with fiveabstentions. A bill on Gov. Phil Murphy’s desk could lift the $191,584 cap on superintendent salaries first instituted in 2011 by former Gov. Chris Christie. “We were seeing a lot of qualified candidates going to New York and Pennsylvania, especially if they were already vested in New Jersey’s pension system. They can go out of state and make more money,” DiMaso said in a July 8 interview. “If you’re the superintendent of Jersey City overseeing 30 schools, compared to the superintendent of Brielle who has one, it’s not the same. And that’s a challenge of having one category of superintendent.” Qualitative goals included increased communication and transparency with community members, as well as a commitment to create a personalized learning environment for every student. State Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso (R-13) serves on the state education committee and said research the committee received depicted northern New Jersey school districts paying between $500 and $750 a day for interim superintendents, in addition to paying search firms to find and vet potential candidates to fill positions. One of those measures includes increased county superintendent powers to nix a contract if a superintendent’s compensation fails to align with districts in the region of a similar size and scope. Sen. Vin Gopal (D-11), who voted “no” in the senate, said those may be issues worth looking into, but lifting the salary cap at this time provides poor optics. “Districts have compensated in other ways,” state Sen. Declan O’Scanlon (R- 13) said, adding that additional perks like vehicle allowances, top-rate health benefits and merit bonuses are unseen and do not factor into base salary. “North Jersey may havetheir challenges, but liftingthe cap doesn’t send a greatmessage when schools areundergoing funding cuts. Idon’t buy the argument,”Gopal said. Though some state legislators fear lifting the cap could lead to mass renegotiations of superintendent contracts, new restrictions included in the bill aim to keep any potential negotiations in check. DiMaso noted that the school budgets will still be capped at an annual increase of 2 percent, and she urges residents to let their voices be heard. Of the 581 public school superintendents in New Jersey, George is one of 35 who earned a salary exceeding $200,000 this past school year, and is the third-highest paid public school superintendent in Monmouth County behind Long Branch City’s Michael Salvatore and Freehold Regional School District’s Charles Sampson. Under the amended law, bonuses for qualitative goals may not exceed 2.5 percent, while those earned for quantitative goals may not exceed 3.33 percent. Other notable regulations include limits on severance pay and restrictions on merit bonuses for qualitative and quantitative goals met. DiMaso, who was a “yes” in the Assembly vote, said the research also pointed to school principals standing pat rather than seeking an executive position, because it made more financial sense for them to stay in the principal role. The amended bill also intends to limit perks by prohibiting contracts from including provisions or reimbursements that would compensate superintendents for their legally mandated tax, health care, pension and life insurance payments. At the time, it was a measure taken to stem the rising tide of superintendent salaries and generous perks. The state Assembly voted to remove the cap 48-21 and sent it to Murphy for approval. If signed, the bill would deter the state Department of Education from establishing a maximum salary for superintendents, among other directives. Current law includes salary cap exemptions for superintendents of charter schools, districts with career and technical schools, institutes for special education students and those with special needs, as well as districts with enrollment exceeding 10,000 students. Gopal said another option would be to explore a salary system based on district size, which he noted the bill does not do. “If a taxpayer thinks a superintendent is being paid too much, they have an opportunity each year to vote in members of the board of education that will be able represent those concerns.”last_img read more


first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsBeggars can’t be choosers.Which is why the Nelson franchise will gladly take its first two points of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season, a 3-2 victory over the visiting Penticton Lakers Sunday afternoon a the NDCC Arena.Connor McLaughlin scored the winning goal midway through the third period to give Nelson its first win in five attempts.Twice the 2010 KIJHL finalists took a one-goal advantage.Colton Schnell gave the Leafs a 1-0 when he tucked the centering pass past Adam Harris in the Laker nets.Andriano Mungioli tied the game in the second before Patrick Martens restored the Nelson lead with an unassisted marker just over a minute later.But Rylie Gallagher beat Marcus Beesley three minutes into the final frame setting up McLaughlin to be the hero.Nelson out shot Penticton 30-22 in the contest.Nelson netminder Beesley registered his first junior hockey win.The win lifted the weight of the world off the Heritage City franchise especially after Nelson took it on the chin Friday and Saturday against two Murdoch Division opponents.Beaver Valley Nitehawks doubled the Green and White 6-3 at the NDCC Arena to open the weekend on a sour note.Six different Nitehawks found the score sheet for the visitors.McLaughlin had three points for Nelson, two goals and an assist.Braden Redschlag rounded out the scoring for Nelson.Beesley registered the loss for the Leafs.Saturday, the Grand Forks Border Bruins looked like KIJHL contenders against the Leafs.The Bruins scored six power play goals, including three in the opening period to erase a 1-0 deficit, en route to a 6-2 trashing in the Boundary City.Nelson gets another shot at the Bruins when the teams hook up Friday in Grand Forks.Saturday, the Fernie Ghostriders, the team Nelson edged in the Kootenay Conference final, pay a visit to the Heritage City.Puck drops at 7 [email protected]last_img read more


first_imgThe Castlegar Rebels played coy for most of the season, sitting the balance of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League campaign in second spot in the Murdoch Division.But when the playoffs rolled around the Rebels turned up the intensity to roll to the KIJHL crown with a 16-4-0-1 record. Ironically the toughest games came during the run to capturing the Murdoch Division title as both Spokane Braves and Beaver Valley Nitehawks — the latter taking the Rebels to seven games — pushed Castlegar before the Sunflower City franchise prevailed.After winning the Murdoch, the Rebels won eight of night against the Golden Rockets and a tired North Okanagan Knights squad to clinch the playoff crown.The Rebels capped off the series against the Knights, winning 4-0 before a jubilant Castlegar home crowd.Staff and management at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to salute the Rebels with Team of the Week honours.Pictured are the beaming Rebels with the KIJHL trophy after Monday’s championship clinching win at the Arena Complex in Castlegar.last_img read more

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