Kellett Street House / C.Kairouz Architects

first_img Year:  Kellett Street House / C.Kairouz ArchitectsSave this projectSaveKellett Street House / C.Kairouz Architects Projects CopyHouses•Northcote, Australia ArchDaily “COPY” Save this picture!© Dylan James+ 20Curated by Paula Pintos Share Kellett Street House / C.Kairouz Architects Area:  390 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/950193/kellett-street-house-ckairouz-architects Clipboard Lead Architects: Photographs:  Dylan James, Damien Kook Photographscenter_img 2020 JBM Group Architects: C.Kairouz Architects Area Area of this architecture project Australia CopyAbout this officeC.Kairouz ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesNorthcoteOn FacebookAustraliaPublished on November 01, 2020Cite: “Kellett Street House / C.Kairouz Architects” 31 Oct 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Builder: “COPY” Design Team:C.Kairouz ArchitectsInterior Design & Styling:Kimberley BarkerInterior Designer:Melissa VukadinCity:NorthcoteCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Dylan JamesRecommended ProductsMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapBlinds / Mosquito Nets / CurtainsBANDALUXConcealed Blind System – One-BoxDoorspanoramah!®ah! PivotWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeText description provided by the architects. A 3 level, 4 bedrooms, modern Melbourne home full of angles and light. This abode was designed to encourage bright & uncluttered spaces – redefining family living. Clever shapes & restraint create a sense of calm and comfort that flows from beginning to end.Save this picture!© Dylan JamesSave this picture!© Dylan JamesThe Brief. The project brief was to deliver the ‘perfect modern home for a young family’ who cares about the quality of their home environment, how it makes them feel, and is seeking an inner-city locale, which is close to amenities and parks. This project was an investment opportunity for the client, which allowed them to flex their building knowledge and skills while working alongside the C.Kairouz design practice. The client wanted a light, airy, and sophisticated house while catering to all the functions of family life. Save this picture!© Dylan JamesSave this picture!AxonometrySave this picture!© Dylan JamesThe Design. Large well-positioned windows, grand ceilings, and generous hallway sizes emphasize light, space, and air circulation. A void and wall of pivoting glass doors at the rear ensure the open plan living, kitchen, and dining area has a strong connection with the outdoors, providing flexible alfresco/entertaining zones and a sense of drama.Save this picture!© Dylan JamesSave this picture!© Dylan JamesThe considered floor plan is spread over 3 levels, making the most of the site, the home reaches to the edge of the boundaries creating a generous footprint. A half-sunken basement garage was incorporated to free up area on the ground floor to fit dual living zones for private and entertaining opportunities. The void between ground floor living and the upper retreat created the connectivity between the children’s area and ground floor entertaining spaces. Having a void in this location also ensured that the home took full advantage of northern aspects for additional light into these living areas while penetrating into other areas of the home with fewer windows.Save this picture!© Dylan JamesThe Team. Interior design & styling of the home was a collaboration between Melissa Vukadin & Kimberley Barker who wanted to mirror the fine detailing of external elements into the internals and continue a spacious, restrained theme throughout. The overarching concept for the interior palette was inspired by nature with a neutral, pared-back, considered material selection and application.Save this picture!© Dylan JamesThe builder, JBM Group worked closely with the entire design team to resolve challenges and ensure the final outcome was elevated to the highest quality possible. The well-executed construction mirrored the design perfectly and ultimately created a home that is timeless and will have longevity for years to come.Save this picture!© Damien KookThe Final Outcome. This home design worked hard to meet the brief. With such a full program of objectives, the team was able to deliver a floor plan and project resolution that cleverly fit a lot on a small block of land. The home radiates lightness from the inside out. The white on the white theme of softness against pale timbers offers a polished and clean aesthetic, which stands out without being heavy or imposing. The result of this project really speaks about the power of a great collaborative team and new avenues of quality residential development.Save this picture!© Damien KookProject gallerySee allShow lessShuifa Geographic Information Industrial Park Exhibition Center / aoeSelected ProjectsRR House / Rakta StudioSelected Projects Share Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/950193/kellett-street-house-ckairouz-architects Clipboard Chahid Kairouzlast_img read more

Fund will help make Limerick people IT smart

first_imgNewsLocal NewsFund will help make Limerick people IT smartBy admin – October 26, 2011 699 Email FUNDING has been made available to provide free IT training for 800 Limerick people. The €40,000 slice of a national €1.88 million fund has been awarded to help people from all walks of life to get up to speed with emailing, surfing the net, skyping and other tecno skills. Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources – Pat. Rabbitte T.D, announced offers of training grants for 20 training projects run by community and voluntary groups and not for profit organisations under the BenefIT 3 scheme.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Limerick Community Connect were one of the groups who received funding.This means that 800 will gain from free IT training between now and June 2012. In particular older people will benefit, as will the unemployed, as well as other disadvantaged groups.“We ran a project to train people in IT in Limerick last year and 900 were trained. “Everyone filled out a questionnaire at the the end of it and the feedback was just phenomenal – we could have trained another thousand people if the funding was there,” Elaine Doyle of Community Connect, told the Limerick Post.This project will run in centres, libraries and public spaces in Limerick city. It will use a Train the Trainer approach where students from Limerick Institute of Technology and University of Limerick and interested residents, will receive training to deliver these courses.Each participant will receive six hours of training, four hours will focus on the Internet, Email and Online Transactions. Two further hours will be available on Digital Photography/Video or Skype and or e-Government services online or a topic the trainees may choose.A training schedule will be available from November and the group will be taking names of interested participants. Twitter Facebook WhatsAppcenter_img Linkedin Previous articleArts news and postingsNext articleAlleged assault on shop worker case adjourned admin Advertisement Printlast_img read more

Governor Wolf Statement on Completion of 2016-2017 Budget

first_img  SHARE  TWEET Governor Wolf Statement on Completion of 2016-2017 Budget July 13, 2016 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolfcenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Budget News,  Schools That Teach,  Statement,  Substance Use Disorder Harrisburg, PA – Governor Wolf released the following statement on the completion of the 2016-2017 budget:“Over the last several months, I have worked together with Republicans and Democrats to achieve major progress on issues including the legalization of medical marijuana, the passage of historic liquor reform, and the enactment of a fair funding formula that ensures basic education funding is distributed to schools based on a district’s unique needs.“Recently, we also came together to pass a budget that included historic investment in education at all levels and much-needed funding to combat Pennsylvania’s heroin crisis. Today’s passage of a revenue package means that we avoid another lengthy impasse, our budget is balanced this year, and we have greatly reduced the commonwealth’s structural budget deficit. I will sign this revenue package.“This package is an important step forward and includes sustainable, recurring revenue that makes significant progress toward reducing our structural deficit. When I took office, I inherited a deficit of more than $2 billion and schools that were devastated from drastic funding cuts.“I have fought hard to turn things around and move the commonwealth forward. We have made progress – our schools have seen historic funding increases and the deficit has been significantly reduced. We still have much work to do in next year’s budget, and I look forward to continuing to work with legislative leaders on important issues facing Pennsylvania.“Now that this year’s budget is complete, it is imperative that we all continue working together to focus on our greatest public health crisis – Pennsylvania’s opioid abuse and heroin use epidemic. While the budget allows us to expand treatment for individuals suffering from addiction, we can and should do more to address this matter that is plaguing all of our communities. My administration will keep its focus on this issue and I will continue preparing for the upcoming special session.”last_img read more

‘Sons of Champions’ boxing card set for boxing night

first_imgThe Guyana Boxing Association (GBA)/Briso Promotions Boxing Night card could see the outbreak of `World War Three’ as former national bantamweight champion, Clairmont Gibson, has threatened his nemesis, Keevin Allicock.The threat came after Allicock defeated Gibson to take the Terrence Ali National Open Bantamweight title; a title that Gibson held for a year.Allicock, however, is determined to hold on to the title, causing Gibson to declare `war’ on Tuesday night in the feature bout of the evening, which will have 11 amateur bouts, including one all-female clash.The 18-year-old Albouystown resident Allicock, who will be fighting out of the Forgotten Youth Foundation Boxing Gym (FYF), addressed the media yesterday at the Windjammer Hotel, saying that he is in fine condition.He said he is always prepared for any eventualities and come Tuesday night, he will give boxing buffs and his many supporters something to shout about.Gibson, who represents the Guyana Defence Force, in response to Allicock, said this is a rematch.Like Allicock, Gibson is urging boxing fans and supporters to come out in their numbers.Present at the press conference yesterday were GBA president Steve Ninvalle; head of Briso Promotions group, Seon Bristol; and GBA’s technical director, Terrence Poole.In opening remarks, Ninvalle said his association has been working very hard to make the card a reality with quality fights throughout the night (Tuesday), and while it is the association’s first approach, the partnership between the GBA and Briso Promotions will make it an annual one.Ninvalle informed that what was to have been the feature bout on the night’s card between Dennis Thomas and Desmond Amsterdam, will be no more as Thomas has not been given time off from his employer–the Guyana Police Force–to prepare for the contest, due mainly in part to him being required to be on duty during the Christmas holiday season.However, Thomas’ place will be taken by Aluko Best who lost to Thomas at the Terrence Ali National Open Championships last month and according to Poole, he (Best) would definitely not want to lose against Amsterdam.Bristol in brief remarks said he is happy to be a part of the GBA’s first Boxing Day tournament, as he is here in Guyana to build amateur boxing. He said the pugilists will receive trophies, medals and a small token at the end of the contests.Ninvalle also explained that over the past month the fighters that will be on show come Tuesday night have been exposed to two important competitions – the National Open Championships as well as the Caribbean Championships, where Guyana won three gold medals and a silver “and now they will be involved in the ‘Sons of Champions’ Championships.”last_img

Alseth looks for 1st collegiate goal at Virginia Tech

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Since the beginning of last season, only forward Emil Ekblom and goalie Alex Bono have started more games than Oyvind Alseth.But Alseth — who played every game at right back last year and has started eight of Syracuse’s nine games at right wing this year — still has the same number of career goals as the SU keeper. Zero.Despite coming close several times this season and finding other ways to contribute, Alseth still has yet to find the back of the net during his time at SU. He’s been a big part of the Orange’s success as an attacking midfielder, and the position has also granted him more chances than he got last year. But he’ll continue to look for his first goal when No. 9 Syracuse (8-1, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) takes on Virginia Tech (7-3, 2-1 ACC) at 7 p.m. on Saturday at Thompson Field in Blacksburg, Virginia. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I can tell you that I have planned a celebration,” Alseth said. “I don’t want to get too hyped about it because I’ve said a lot of times, ‘Hopefully my first goal will be tonight.’ But hey, you never know.”In the 70th minute against the Fighting Irish on Sept. 13, Alseth received a cross-field pass in the air from Juuso Pasanen. His initial touch with the outside of his right foot got away, but after winning the ball from UND’s Evan Panken, Alseth took a touch ahead and unleashed from 30 yards out.His right-footed shot curled away from Notre Dame goalie Patrick Wall. It evaded Wall’s reach, but careened off the right post and away to safety for Notre Dame.Against Binghamton on Sept. 24, Alseth stood behind a free kick from 30 yards out in the first half. He whipped a low, slicing ball toward goal, but Bearcats keeper Robert Moewes dealt with it comfortably.The chances haven’t been coming in bulk, but Alseth has seen several other shots go begging. And in the 1-0 games Syracuse has often found itself in, an unexpected goal would help.“I’ll take a goal from him right now,” SU head coach Ian McIntyre said with a smirk.Even though there have been several games  in which Alseth hasn’t played the full 90 minutes, he’s been instrumental in an Orange midfield that has dominated opponents. Attacking midfielders such as Alseth and Stefanos Stamoulacatos are constantly covering 18-yard box to 18-yard box, providing a much-needed boost when in the game.“We’re ready to come in whenever coach needs us,” Stamoulacatos said. “… to make that spark and change the game when the opportunity comes.”Though Alseth hasn’t changed the game on the scoreboard yet in his Syracuse career, he has done so in other ways. He consistently puts top-notch services into the box, as shown by his five assists, but it’s not the assists he’s being pressured to tally.Alseth is hearing it from all sides, but with his team ranked in the Top 10 and the defense keeping opponents scoreless in eight games, not breaking the scoring seal seems relatively trivial.“(McIntyre has) been telling me I better start scoring,” Alseth said. “I’ve been hearing it a lot from my teammates as well, but as long as we keep winning I don’t really care if I score goals or not. That’s the most important thing.” Comments Published on October 2, 2014 at 12:10 am Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidmanlast_img read more