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House Reconstruction for a Young Family / TSEH Architectural G…

first_img “COPY” CopyHouses, Refurbishment•Kiev, Ukraine Houses Products used in this ProjectHanging LampsVibiaHanging Lights – RhythmSave this picture!© Sergey PolyushkoText description provided by the architects. The object of a reconstruction is a country/suburban house near Kyiv (Ukraine). It was totally neglected by former owners. Original building had a lot of small rooms and an attic. In our redesign we removed the walls including a part of a bearing wall, which was replaced with a wooden beam. A kitchen and a living room became one space.Save this picture!© Sergey PolyushkoThe living room was designed as a double height area, but there was not enough daylight. So we made windows in a roof to enhance the lighting. We offered to set a fireplace in a corner and a plasma TV opposite the couch. Almost all our ideas, including general layout, self-leveling floor, kitchen worktop by the window, combination of colors and others were welcomed by the client.Save this picture!Floor PlanOne of the main design elements in the living room is the exclusive metal stairs that lead to a balcony through the hidden doors. The doorways are equipped with 4mm metal sheet, which prevents mechanical damages of the corners.Save this picture!© Sergey PolyushkoThe client has several dogs, so the guest bathroom was provided with a grill floor to wash the pets’ paws comfortably.As a result of the reconstruction the house has become spacious and light.Save this picture!© Sergey PolyushkoProject gallerySee allShow lessThe Light House / Sigurd LarsenSelected ProjectsLADPRAO 80 House / Black Pencils StudioSelected Projects Share Projects CopyAbout this officeTSEH Architectural GroupOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentKievUkrainePublished on May 30, 2017Cite: “House Reconstruction for a Young Family / TSEH Architectural Group” 29 May 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogAluminium CompositesTechnowoodHow to Design a Façade with AluProfile Vertical ProfilesRailing / BalustradesMitrexIntegrated Photovoltaic Railing – BIPV RailingMetal PanelsAurubisCopper Alloy: Nordic RoyalShelvingZeitraumWardrobe – Hide & ParkSignage / Display SystemsGoppionDisplay Case – Qd-ClassConcrete FloorsSikaIndustrial Floor CoatingsStonesCosentinoSurfaces – Silestone® Stone SeriesWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – FerroFinestra W20Panels / Prefabricated AssembliesULMA Architectural SolutionsMIS Facade PanelUrban ShadingPunto DesignPavilion – TentChairsInterstuhlConference Chair – Low With CastorsWoodreSAWN TIMBER co.Pre-Weathered Wood CladdingMore products »Save想阅读文章的中文版本吗?一户年轻家庭的住房重建 / TSEH Architectural Group是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Year:  House Reconstruction for a Young Family / TSEH Architectural GroupSave this projectSaveHouse Reconstruction for a Young Family / TSEH Architectural Group House Reconstruction for a Young Family / TSEH Architectural Group Save this picture!© Sergey Polyushko+ 21 Share Photographs:  Sergey Polyushko Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Area:  141 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Manufacturers: Vibia, Nemo Lighting, XAL, Nemo, lun Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Ukraine ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/869624/house-reconstruction-for-a-young-family-tseh-architectural-group Clipboard Photographs 2017 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/869624/house-reconstruction-for-a-young-family-tseh-architectural-group Clipboard Architects: TSEH Architectural Group Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” ArchDailylast_img read more

Designer’s labour of love on market

first_imgThere are three bathrooms through the house.The home has some ultra modern touches including an infra-red sauna which uses heaters to emit a specific wavelength of infra-red light instead of steam like traditional saunas.The colonial-style home was built around the 1890s. It is on a large 1012sq m block. There are high ceilings in the entrance hall. From the dining room there is access to the kitchen, which has Bianco Romano granite benchtops, Ilve and Miele appliances and two-pac cabinetry.There is also a casual meals area and a servery window to a semi-enclosed loggia. This outdoor area has storage space, an integrated barbecue, wet bar and commercial fridge.The living room opens onto a private garden and flat lawn.Custom-designed Wyer + Craw cabinetry is used throughout the home and the living room has a bookcase wall which has a television unit.The home at 94 Gerler Street, Bardon has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a three-car garage and a pool, according to agent Tim Douglas of Place — Paddington. Alexandra Bain in her Bardon home. Pic Annette DewALEXANDRA Bain bought her home at 94 Gerler St, Bardon, in 2012. Ms Bain said it was a “gracious yet tired character house’’ but she recognised it had good bones for a family home.“Its symmetry and grand proportions allowed me to envisage the magnificent home it is today,’’ she said.Ms Bain, an interior designer, improved the flow and light within the home, and modernised it. What started out as a simple main bedroom has been transformed into something more sumptuous with an adjoining ensuite and separate his and hers walk in wardrobes. Light and airy yet still traditional was the theme.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour agoTwo other bedrooms which were initially dark and internal, bordered by a dilapidated veranda, were replaced by the main bedroom’s ensuite as well as another oversized bedroom with a skylight and sash windows. An additional two bedrooms and a bathroom were added in an upstairs extension.Ms Bain said her aim had been to maintain the traditional stye of the original home.This involved the use of imported wallpapers, heavy mouldings and antique light fittings.Her favourite part of the home is the sitting room which is next to an intimate dining room.“I have added a superb antique French painted fireplace surround which is 3.2m tall and beautifully carved,” she said. “These areas have soaring ceilings and bay windows, with new french doors opening to the balcony. “It’s a magical space and I could sit there for hours.”center_img Now that is a chandelier!last_img read more

MLB predictions 2020: Final standings, playoff projections, World Series picks

first_imgWho could have predicted this?It wasn’t long ago when there were serious doubts that a 2020 MLB season was actually going to happen. Public bitterness and infighting between MLB and the MLBPA took the forefront, leaving public bitterness and infighting among its fan base. Not to mention the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While the issues between both sides weren’t exactly solved, and while COVID is still very much an issue, we will have MLB in 2020.MORE: 9 questions for the 2020 seasonA 60-game season means anything goes, and there’s absolutely zero certainty as to what will happen. Professional sports in the middle of a pandemic, and players testing positive even before they start traveling for games, is pretty harrowing foreshadowing. Still, we can take a stab at how we think this wacky, bizarre season will play out.After all, there’s no such thing as a bad prediction, just teams or players who don’t follow through on them. So with that in mind, here are SN MLB’s collective predictions for the 2020 season, including picks for the recently expanded postseason. Do not @ us.(All teams listed are division winners followed by the runner up.)MLB predictions 2020Joe RiveraTwitter: @JoeRiveraSNAmerican League racesEast: Yankees, RaysWest: Angels, AstrosCentral: Twins, White SoxWild cards: Athletics, IndiansAmerican League awardsMVP: Aaron Judge, OF, YankeesCy Young: Gerrit Cole, YankeesRookie of the Year: Nate Pearson, SP, Blue JaysNational League racesEast: Mets, NationalsWest: Dodgers, DiamondbacksCentral: Reds, CubsWild cards: Brewers, BravesNational League awards:MVP: Kris Bryant, IF, CubsCy Young: Walker Buehler, DodgersRookie of the Year: Dustin May, SP, DodgersPostseasonAL champ: YankeesNL champ: DodgersWorld Series winner: YankeesStorylines I’m watching:— How does the NL Central play out? A long time ago in an offseason far, far away, the Reds were easily the most improved team in the division. Does that hold up in a 60-game season? — How do the Dodgers cope with the opt-out of David Price? While the team still has a top 1-2 punch in Clayton Kershaw and Walker Buehler, pitching depth will matter some in a short season. Without one of their prized trade acquisitions this offseason, their rotation depth takes a bit of a hit. They’re more than capable— What does the trade deadline look like? Teams will either think this is their greatest chance at a World Series and mortgage the future in a short year, or they’ll believe mortgaging the future in a short season isn’t worth it. There will likely be talent to be had, but teams will probably think more the latter than the former.— How do the Astros fare this season? In case you forgot, the Astros were embroiled in a pretty deep sign stealing scandal, they fired manager AJ Hinch and GM Jeff Luhnow, lost Gerrit Cole in free agency and didn’t do a whole lot to fix improve their team this offseason. While there might not be a whole lot of fans in buildings to serenade them with boos, it will be interesting to watch how the team reacts.Dan BernsteinTwitter: @Dan_Bernstein_American League racesEast: Yankees, RaysWest: Astros, AthleticsCentral:  Twins, White SoxWild cards: Red Sox, AngelsAmerican League awardsMVP: Alex BregmanCy Young: Gerrit ColeRookie of the Year: Luis RobertNational League racesEast: Phillies, BravesWest: Dodgers, PadresCentral: Cubs, RedsWild cards: Nationals, CardinalsNational League awardsMVP: Cody Bellinger, OF, DodgersCy Young: Walker Buehler, SP, DodgersRookie of the Year:  Nico Hoerner, IF, CubsPostseasonAL champ: AstrosNL champ: DodgersWorld Series winner: DodgersStorylines I’m watching:— Will we see a dominant Astros prove-it season fueled by claims the team’s top players have been little more than sign-stealing assisted frauds? No booing fans in the stands and a prolonged stretch for emotions to simmer down a tad could work in Houston’s favor.— Speaking of frauds: Are the Angels prepared to finally turn preseason hype into actual success, or will another roster short on starting pitching mean continued mediocrity? With the Rangers potentially stronger and the A’s still contenders, it could be a tough battle to upend the White Sox and their juicy AL Central schedule and the Rays for a wild-card spot.— What will Mike Trout’s WAR look like through 60 games, and how many respectable full-season outputs from 2019 will he eclipse?— Who’s more miserable out West: the Rockies or Giants? Los Angeles should have a grand time obliterating each team en route to another division crown.— We know at least a couple of borderline contenders are going to explode in a 60-game season. Will that favor older squads some believe to be well past their best years (such as the Cubs) who could use their experience to their advantage, or will an up-and-coming club (such as the White Sox) burst into prominence. Perhaps we’ll see both!MORE: MLB Opening Day Power RankingsTom GattoTwitter: @TGatt_TSNAmerican League racesEast: Rays, YankeesWest: Astros, AthleticsCentral: Indians, Twins   Wild cards: Rangers, White SoxAmerican League awardsMVP: Francisco Lindor, SS, IndiansCy Young: Gerrit Cole, YankeesRookie of the Year: Kyle Lewis, OF, Mariners National League racesEast: Nationals, BravesWest: Dodgers, DiamondbacksCentral: Cardinals, CubsWild cards: Mets, RedsNational League awardsMVP: Cody Bellinger, OF, DodgersCy Young: Stephen Strasburg, NationalsRookie of the Year: Carter Kieboom, 3B, NationalsPostseasonAL champ: YankeesNL champ: DodgersWorld Series winner: YankeesStorylines I’m watching:— Will a team that was bad last year contend this year? The shortened season will keep clubs from separating like they do after two or three months in a normal season. A hot start, followed by .500 ball afterward, could be enough for, say, the Blue Jays, Mariners, Giants or Padres to sneak into the second wild-card spot. Toronto, with a revamped rotation now led by Hyun-Jin Ryu, stands out among that group.— How many top prospects will get regular playing time? Teams must decide whether they want to prematurely start the service time clocks of players who can push them over the top. Development is out the window with the minor league season being canceled. Does Wander Franco make his way to St. Pete in mid-August? Nate Pearson to Toronto? Dylan Carlson to St. Louis? Name a top-100 player, and he could be added to this discussion.— What will happen when teams begin traveling regularly? The regional schedule will shorten flight times overall, but that’s just one element to travel. There’s still the threat of a players getting the coronavirus in a hot-spot city or just through a chance meeting. MLB’s restrictive protocols can only help so much.— The universal DH will blend into the game, but what about the runner-on-second rule for extra innings? It’s on par with the NHL shootout as a non-organic means of deciding a winner. There’s a noble intent in trying to keep games from becoming marathons that tax players physically, but it’s still the wrong way to end a game. A more palatable solution: Declare ties after 12 innings, the way the leagues in Japan do.Jason FosterTwitter: @ByJasonFosterAmerican League racesEast: YankeesWest: AstrosCentral: TwinsWild cards: A’s, RaysAmerican League awardsMVP: Aaron Judge, YankeesCy Young: Gerrit Cole, YankeesRookie of the Year: Luis Robert, White SoxNational League racesEast: BravesWest: DodgersCentral: CardinalsWild cards: Nationals, RedsNational League awardsMVP: Cody Bellinger, DodgersCy Young: Max Scherzer, NationalsRookie of the Year: Kyle Wright, BravesPostseasonAL champ: YankeesNL champ: DodgersWorld Series winner: DodgersStorylines I’m watching: — The biggest thing I’m watching is really the only thing that matters: Will this season actually happen? With COVID-19 still raging and potentially able to significantly damage players’ health, the idea of a complete 60-game season seems far from certain. I’ll be curious to see just how much the virus affects the season. Will a lot more players test positive? Will lots more opt out once the season starts and players go down? Will recovered players be as good as they were before they had the virus, or will there be long-term consequences? Will the season somehow finish without any significant COVID disruptions? There’s a lot to think about. Related to all that …— How much will players’ overall enthusiasm be affected by the current wackiness? It seems possible that players could gradually lose interest in being on the field as the season goes along, depending on how things play out, COVID-wise. If a first-place team suddenly sees a slew of positive tests and has to field a team that’s heavy on minor league replacements, how will that affect the energy and morale of the remaining players?— In more optimistic terms, I’m curious to see what crazy on-field stuff happen this season. What out-of-nowhere thing will happen that wouldn’t have happened in any other season? Which non-usual suspect will have a great season and become everyone’s new favorite cult hero? A 60-game season holds the potential for a lot of weirdness, and I’m here for it.last_img read more

Former Director-General of Tourism to head Brand South Africa

first_imgKingsley Makhubela, the new Chief Executive Officer of Brand South AfricaWednesday 5 August 2015 – Brand South Africa’s Chairman Ms Chichi Maponya today announced that Mr Kingsley Makhubela has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Brand South Africa for the period 2015-2020.Download press releaseMr Makhubela has had an illustrious and distinguished career in the public service having recently concluded his tenure as the Director-General of the Department of Tourism and prior to that, holding, amongst others, the position of Chief of State Protocol at the Department of International Relations and Co-operation.His tenure at the Department of Tourism makes Mr Makhubela an ideal candidate as CEO of Brand South Africa since place and/or destination marketing is one of the elements of nation branding.Mr Makhubela was at the helm of the Department of Tourism during South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the first in Africa.  South Africa continues to leverage the reputational dividend of hosting one of the safest and best organised tournaments in its history.During Mr Makhubela’s term of office at the Department of Tourism, he displayed a competence in bringing together a range of stakeholders in positioning South Africa as a preferred tourism destination.Mr Makhubela also has a long career in the diplomatic service, serving most recently as the Chief of State Protocol at the Department of International Relations and Co-operation.  In this portfolio, Mr Makhubela was responsible for co-ordinating all incoming and outgoing international visits by the President, Deputy President, Minister of International Relations and Co-operation, all visiting Head of State and Government and a host of other dignitaries.Mr Makhubela has also served South Africa in the capacity of Ambassador to Portugal from 1996-2001 and as High Commissioner to Kenya from 2001-2005.Holding a Master’s degree in Diplomacy from the University of Pretoria, Mr Makhubela is also very familiar with the African developmental agenda and will bring this wealth of experience to the portfolio as CEO of Brand South Africa, particularly as South Africa looks at how it is perceived within the continent in particular and the global community of nations, in general. His experience in developing and implementing strategies aimed at positioning South Africa will serve him well as CEO of Brand South Africa.Mr Makhubela is currently completing his PhD at the School of Political Science at the University of Pretoria.Welcoming him to Brand South Africa, Chairman Chichi Maponya said, “Brand South Africa is pleased to welcome Mr Makhubela on board as CEO.  The trustees, management and staff of Brand South Africa are certain that his experience in public service which includes representing South Africa as a Head of Mission, as well as his understanding of the domestic and international policy space, will be invaluable in positioning South Africa as an investment destination of choice.  We wish him well in his tenure as CEO and we are confident that he will inspire new ways of managing the country’s reputation in challenging times.”Mr Makhubela has equally expressed his appreciation at being appointed to head South Africa’s reputation management agency saying, “It is indeed an honour to serve South Africa in the capacity of CEO of Brand South Africa.  I look forward to the opportunity to work with my capable and passionate team to position South Africa as an investment destination of choice.”Mr Makhubela assumes office on 1 August 2015.last_img read more

Geocacher of the Month Nominess for June 2013 – Add Your Comments

first_img SharePrint RelatedAnnouncing the May 2013 Geocacher of the MonthJune 18, 2013In “Community”Geocacher of the Month Nominees for May 2013 – Add Your CommentsJune 1, 2013In “Community”Featured Geocacher of the Month Award WinnersAugust 25, 2011In “Community” Logan Childress, aka altosaxplayer, writes, “I would like to nominate Cache Cracker Jacks from Kingsport, TN… In the 14 months since they started caching, Tom and Dori have found over 1200 caches and placed 83 for others to find, a good portion of which are custom created containers…as well as an area favorite “Excalibur” which has so far received a favorite point from each cacher who has logged it.They have introduced several individuals to the sport, chiefly through their weekly volunteer work at geocache friendly Bays Mountain Park, the largest city-owned park in the state of Tennessee, and their new monthly event initiative. So far in 2013, they have held an event each month except February, with the events for the rest of the year already planned and soon to be listed on the website. They work with local restaurants for hosting the events to bring cachers to places they perhaps haven’t been before and to support our local businesses.They are doing this in hopes of fostering a feeling of family in our geocaching community as well as attracting non-cachers to the sport.” fredrikhastfredrikhast – nominee for Geocacher of the MonthJenny Nordqvist, aka jempas.se, writes, “I’d like to nominate the Swedish geocacher fredrikhast for Geocacher of the month! … Not only does he hold the record for most favourite points in his town, he also holds the 1st place in the entire state.Numbers aside, Fredrik and his geocaching buddies in Team Cache Us If You Can frequently organizes events with elaborate themes, jam packed with fun stuff and breathtaking hides.Fredrik often uses multimedia to enhance the experience for geocachers visiting his geocaches, whether it’s a trailer promoting the cache itself or building websites that expand the universe for the cache. It’s stuff like that that makes you want to log a cache twice! 🙂As a father of a child with mental disabilities, I know he tries to put out hides to satisfy all types of geocachers, including the ones in a wheelchair.Another thing Fredrik does for the geocaching community is vlogging about his geocaching adventures (Swedens only, in fact). I bet his videos are a big inspiration for beginners who just found out about this sport and go searching for info on Youtube!” BitzlavBITZLAV – Nominees for Geocacher of the MonthRAVILLOIS nominates French geocachers Bitzlav for Featured Geocacher(s) of the Month. The couple has been geocaching since 2009. RAVILLOIS writes in French, “Bitzlav est connu en France, Lorraine, pour l’ingéniosité de ses caches. Au delà du nombre important de caches qu’il possède il rend le géocaching encore plus attrayant car il imagine sans cesse de nouvelles boites. Faire des caches de Bitzlav est devenu un sport national chez nous. Malgré tout, il a su rester modeste.ENGLISH: “Bitzlav is known in France, Lorraine, for the ingenuity of their geocaches. Beyond the large number of geocaches, they have made ​​geocaching even more attractive because they are constantly imagining new geocache containers. Finding geocaches by Bitzlav has become a national sport here in France. Nevertheless, they still remain modest.”Comment below to tell us who you think should be the June Featured Geocacher of the Month. We will be accepting comments through July, 17.If your nominee wasn’t recognized here, please submit your nominations again next month. We’re always looking for the next Geocacher of the Month. To nominate a geocacher, send an email to [email protected] and include the following information:Your name, the name of your nominee, their usernameA picture of the nomineeDescription (200 or more words) explaining why he or she deserves to be the Featured Geocacher of the MonthPlease inform your nominee that you have submitted them for the award. Nominations for the next Featured Geocacher of the Month should be received by July 15. Once Geocaching HQ has received the nominations, we will choose the top candidates and post them on the blog. You will then get a chance to champion your favorite. Our goal is to involve the entire geocaching community in this process so that we might learn from each other.Share with your Friends:More The earned, never for sale, Geocacher of the Month geocoin (sun flare optional)From vlogging about geocaching, to geocaching events, to coveted geocache hides, the nominees for Featured Geocacher of the Month offer a custom-made welcome mat to new geocachers. They help craft unforgettable experiences. This is your opportunity to  help name the Featured Geocacher of the Month.Each Featured Geocacher of the Month will receive an exclusive special edition Featured Geocacher of the Month Geocoin, hat and profile icon. They’ll also receive a certificate acknowledging their contributions, signed by two of the founders of Geocaching.com.In May, OHMIC was named the Featured Geocacher of the Month. OHMIC has been geocaching since 2008. One geocacher who commented about OHMIC wrote, “He has hosted many training sessions for new cachers and he has also organized numerous caching events. OHMIC’s annual Cache the Marsh event is a favourite of new and seasoned cachers alike, and is renowned around Manitoba.”OHMIC – Geocacher of the Month May 2013Now it’s your turn to help us select the next Featured Geocacher of the Month. Write a supportive comment at the bottom of this blog for the geocacher you feel should be awarded the title.Each geocacher named below is already a winner. They will receive a prize package from Geocaching HQ. A panel of folks from Geocaching HQ will then use your comments to help guide the decision of which geocacher is awarded the Geocacher of the Month honor.Here are your nominees for the June Featured Geocacher of the Month. Some testimonials have been edited for length.Cache Cracker JacksCache Cracker Jacks – Nominees for May Geocacher of the Monthlast_img read more

Discover the creatures of the oceans

first_img SharePrint RelatedFrom Sketch to Souvenir: the artist behind Hidden CreaturesJune 19, 2018In “News”Uncover a new world of Hidden CreaturesJune 5, 2018In “News”The world wide search for Hidden Creatures continuesJuly 10, 2018In “News” Centuries of exploring uncharted waters resulted in legends describing fantastic creatures, almost too strange to be true. Though the ocean may be vast, there’s still time to search for the giant Kraken, the elusive Hippocamp, and the mysterious Mermaid. Now it’s your turn to confirm the tales! Now through July 25, find geocaches or attend events to find Hidden Creatures earning up to 13 new souvenirs.View your progressShare with your Friends:Morelast_img