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HomeMade / Bureau de Change Design Office

first_img Year:  HomeMade / Bureau de Change Design OfficeSave this projectSaveHomeMade / Bureau de Change Design Office Houses United Kingdom CopyAbout this officeBureau de Change Design OfficeOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationHousesUnited KingdomPublished on February 15, 2013Cite: “HomeMade / Bureau de Change Design Office ” 15 Feb 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogAluminium CompositesTechnowoodWood Siding in KSR Villa BodrumPlasticsMitrexSolar SidingMetal PanelsAurubisOxidized Copper: Nordic BrownEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesCupa PizarrasCupaclad® 101 Random in Les PalmiersUrban ApplicationsIsland Exterior FabricatorsPublic Safety Answering Center II Envelope SystemConcreteKrytonConcrete Hardening – Hard-CemSkylightsVELUX CommercialModular Skylights – Ridgelight 25-40°Porcelain StonewareGrespaniaPorcelain Tiles – Coverlam ImperialWindowspanoramah!®ah! Vertical SlidingFastenersSchöckConcrete Façade Fasteners – Isolink®CarpetsFabromont AGTextile Floor Covering – Arena®CoatingsFormicaLaminate – ColorCore®2More products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?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 HomeMade / Bureau de Change Design Office Photographs Area:  210 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” “COPY” Architects: Bureau de Change Design Office Area Area of this architecture project ArchDaily CopyHouses, Renovation•United Kingdom 2012 Projects Photographs:  Eliot PostmaSave this picture!© Eliot Postma‘HomeMade’ is the first residential scheme by London-based design studio Bureau de Change.  The project takes two neighbouring properties and merges them into a single family home with a new extension providing a kitchen and living space at the rear of the property.The first design step was to connect the two properties by opening up many of the dividing walls and creating openings to give visibility, access and a more unified feel. Save this picture!© Eliot Postma“By changing the plan form in this way, we fundamentally altered the flow of the houses.  We didn’t want to be constrained by the old format – we wanted to address it as a single family space.  A key part of this was identifying a new ‘heart’ for the home.” said Billy Mavropoulos, architect and  Bureau de Change partner. Save this picture!PlanThis ‘heart’ is created through an oak-wrapped box which sits at the meeting point between the original house and the new family space. Within this box is contained storage, partitions and a new cloakroom. At its edge sections of timber are peeled at right angles to form an open staircase leading to the floors above./ Beyond this core sits the new kitchen and dining space – created by wrapping the entire rear facade in glass, as though the two buildings are being physically pulled together by the glazing. Save this picture!© Eliot PostmaThis 11 metre-long façade consists of tall sliding glass doors which blur the boundary between the inside and outside. At the edges, the glass doors ‘climb’ over the original building, creating skylights and windows with the same finish and detailing. Inside this space, the steel kitchen islands are hidden within two oversized resin shells which appear to have been pulled up from the floor. Save this picture!© Eliot PostmaInside the house, original features have been retained or reused wherever possible. But at the rear, the character of the new extension is also adopted in the first floor where new windows form large glass walls in the bathroom and at points, are extruded to create seating. Throughout the house the differences between old and new, light and dark are celebrated. Save this picture!© Eliot Postma“We were very sensitive to how materials and colour were used to create a coherent identity for the house and balance between the old and new.  In the extension, the coolness of the polished resin floor is warmed by the large reclaimed brick walls  and the routed oak core.  Elsewhere in the house bright white walls are set against dark timber floorboards. The result are rooms which have a unique character, but a house with a unified story.”Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow less’Haze’ Pavilion Proposal / Salon2Articles’Culture as Catalyst: Past, Present, Future’ EventArticles Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/332420/homemade-bureau-de-change-design-office Clipboard Save this picture!© Eliot Postma+ 16 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/332420/homemade-bureau-de-change-design-office Clipboardlast_img read more

GOP Senate Primary Campaign Heats Up

first_imgBy Adrianna Pitrelli TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — Another of the six GOP candidates in the race to replace Sen. Joe Donnelly launched his first campaign ad six months ahead of the primary election, saying he’s “tired of watching Congress do nothing.”Mike Braun, a former Republican state representative from Jasper, debuted his first commercial Tuesday as part of his push to win the Senate. As the CEO and founder of Meyer Distributing, a nationwide auto parts distribution company, Braun is running from a business perspective.“I’ve spent my life building a business and creating jobs,” Braun said in a statement. “I am running for U.S. Senate because we need leaders who understand the real consequences of the failure of our federal government and are capable of delivering solutions for Hoosiers on issues like health care and tax reform.”Braun is seeking to become the GOP front runner who will race to replace Donnelly, a Democrat finishing his first term in the Senate. Donnelly, who is seeking reelection, so far is unopposed in the Democratic primary..Luke Messer and Todd Rokita — both Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives — have been more high profile than the other candidates running in the primary.The other candidates in the race so far are Terry Henderson, a businessman who works at Down AgroSciences; Andrew Takami, director of Purdue Polytechnic New Albany; and Mark Hurt, attorney and former advisor to Sen. Dan Coats. None of those candidates has more than $100,000 on hand.Braun put $800,000 of his own money into the campaign at the end of September, giving him the opportunity to buy ads to make himself better known. Federal records show he raised an additional $200,000 from other sources, leaving a little more than $1 million in the bank.“You can be the best candidate in the world but if you don’t have money to introduce yourself to voters or to tell voters why you’re running, you have no way to get to them,” said Nathan Gonzales, editor of Inside Elections. “You need money to communicate your message.”Because of the $800,000 Braun donated to his campaign, he’s been able to communicate his message to a wider audience. Rokita and Messer, who have been sharply critical of each other, both released ads earlier in the campaign.Braun’s ad didn’t mention other politicians, but rather explained his background as a businessman and how he wants to “get Washington moving again.”Rokita’s ad, however, call out other politicians directly. The ad targeted Donnelly by accusing him of being part of the “rigged” system and took subtle digs at Messer.Like Braun, Messer’s ad doesn’t directly attack other politicians. However, he attacked Rokita in an email blast saying he was “tired of Todd Rokita lying about my family,” which came after Messer relocated his family to Washington, D.C. following his 2012 election.Meanwhile, Braun is getting outside help. A super PAC, Our Indiana Voice, announced it is forming to support Braun’s candidacy for the Senate, saying currently politicians in Washington, D.C. are not getting work done. The PAC is being run by veteran political operative David Carney.Carney, a political strategist from New Hampshire, also oversaw a super PAC that spent $1.5 million to help Republican Rep. Trey Hollingsworth win Indiana’s 9th Congressional District in 2016, USA Today reported.“Mike Braun brings the business sense and outside the beltway thinking that people are looking for,” Carney said in a statement. “It’s time to send someone to the Untied States Senate who will be the voice of the people, not the special interests.”Yet while Braun pushes to win the GOP seat in the hotly contested Senate race, Donnelly — the incumbent — continues to add more cash to his war chest.In early October, he reported receiving $1.3 million in donations from July to the end of September — giving him a total of $4.6 million cash on hand.During the same time period, Messer raised $735,000 giving him a total of $2.4 million, and Rokita raised about $450,000, putting him at about $2.4 million.Political observers across the country have identified Donnelly as one of the most vulnerable incumbents. Voters elected Donald Trump for president by nearly 19 points and Donnelly is only one of 10 Democrats in the Senate who come from states won by Trump.EDITOR”S FOOTNOTE: Adrianna Pitrelli is a reporter for TheStatehouseFile.com, a news website powered by Franklin College journalism students.This story reflects a correction. The original said there were seven GOP candidates in the race. There are six. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Boris Johnson tests positive for COVID-19

first_img“I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus.”Topics : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Friday that he is self-isolating after testing positive for COVID-19.”Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus,” he said on Twitter. last_img

Goff boosts athleticism, hopes to be more elusive with Rams

first_img Associated Press Television News WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US LIVE TV Last Updated: 20th August, 2020 07:11 IST Goff Boosts Athleticism, Hopes To Be More Elusive With Rams Jared Goff has always seemed slightly amused whenever he’s asked about his fitness. This son of a professional baseball player has been a star quarterback for practically his entire life, and he retains an elite athlete’s matter-of-fact confidence that he can do just about anything Jared Goff has always seemed slightly amused whenever he’s asked about his fitness. This son of a professional baseball player has been a star quarterback for practically his entire life, and he retains an elite athlete’s matter-of-fact confidence that he can do just about anything.“I may have put on a couple of pounds,” Goff said with a grin last month when asked about his quarantine fitness regimen. “I don’t know if that’s muscle or a couple of cheeseburgers, I’m not sure.”In truth, Goff was ramping up his athletic development as he heads into his fifth season in charge of the Los Angeles Rams’ offense. His offseason was all about a proper diet, lower-body strength workouts, core development and mobility drills — and it’s all continuing into training camp.Goff appears to have found even more motivation before his massive contract extension kicks in next year. He has a personal trainer, a nutritionist and a renewed focus on personal growth that can lead to team success.“I would like to be more mobile,” Goff said Wednesday after the Rams’ second workout. “I sure hope so. I’d better be. I’ve been working pretty hard to be that way. … Hopefully I can extend plays a little bit better than I have throughout my career, and continue to be the best player I can be.”The Rams have noticed a difference in Goff, who has already been praised by coach Sean McVay for his leadership in practices.“(Goff is) probably in the best shape of his life right now,” tight end Tyler Higbee said. “Seeing him just moving around, throwing the rock around, his mobility is better. I know he’s changed his diet a little bit to help improve that. I think his leadership skills have even taken another step, and being one of the sole guys in there commanding the offense, he’s just getting better every year.”Although Goff is a No. 1 overall draft pick who already has a Super Bowl appearance and two Pro Bowl selections in his first four NFL seasons, his name rarely appears atop lists of the league’s best passers. Goff’s successes are still seen in many quarters as a product of his partnership with McVay, who took over the Rams in Goff’s second season.It doesn’t help that Goff took a step back in certain statistical areas last year, throwing a career-high 16 interceptions with an 86.5 passer rating that was his lowest under McVay. Goff called his play last year “unacceptable,” but his tasks don’t look much easier this season with the absence of Todd Gurley, his backfield partner for his entire career, and big-play receiver Brandin Cooks.Aside from the debatable importance of a few extra trips to In-N-Out, there are plenty of concrete reasons to be curious about how Goff will perform in Year 5.For starters, McVay hired an offensive coordinator this year after going without one for the past two seasons. Former NFL quarterback Kevin O’Connell followed McVay’s path from Washington to Los Angeles, joining the staff with a particular focus on helping Goff to be his best.Although he wasn’t able to meet in person with Goff for the first several months of his new job, O’Connell already has a good idea about where Goff excels and where he can improve. When asked what stands out about Goff, O’Connell cites his new pupil’s “natural accuracy,” which he describes as “truly special.”“I like his leadership style, because I’ve seen the guys really respond to him,” O’Connell added. “His teammates know that he has their back.”O’Connell and the offensive staff are putting Goff through new footwork drills in a supplementary attempt to improve his mobility, but that’s just part of his process.“It changes daily, and that’s really between me and Kevin,” Goff said. “I think he’s done a great job with me at keeping that very focused on one or two things every day to work on. Every day, we’re doing a different phase of our offense.”NOTES: Taylor Rapp missed his second straight practice with a knee injury, but McVay is optimistic that his starting safety could be able to return to workouts next week after further evaluation and rehabilitation. The Rams haven’t disclosed the precise nature of the knee injury for Rapp, who started 10 games as a rookie last season and is expected to line up alongside John Johnson this fall. … The Rams will scrimmage at SoFi Stadium on the next two Saturdays. It will be their first football action inside their massive new home in Inglewood. … The Rams’ first-team offensive guards have been Joe Noteboom and Austin Corbett so far in camp, and McVay praised both linemen. Noteboom appears to be coming back strong from a season-ending knee injury, McVay added.Image credits: AP center_img SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT First Published: 20th August, 2020 07:11 IST Written Bylast_img read more

Who Kwesi Appiah, Andre Ayew, Juliet Bawuah and Ibrahim Saanie voted for at CAF Awards

first_imgSenegal’s Sadio Mane and Nigeria’s Asisat Oshoala were named Men’s and Women’s Player of the Year earlier this week at CAF’s Awards.As always, there has been a clamour to find out who exactly Ghana’s representatives voted for.Here’s a breakdown of which players they backed in this year’s awards.CAF Men’s Player of the YearFor this category, voting was divided into two phases. The first phase saw members of the CAF Technical & Development Committee (16), Media Experts (25) and Legends (9) pick their top five candidates from the 30-man shortlist. The totals are calculated with the three players with the highest numbers progressing to the second phase of voting.  In the next phase, the Head Coaches or Technical Directors of CAF Member Associations, Captains of CAF Member Associations ranked the top three players – Sadio Mane, Riyad Mahrez and Mo SalahPhase OneGhana’s media reps for Phase One were sports journalist, Juliet Bawuah and former GFA Communications, Ibrahim Saanie Daara.With the players with the higher numbers best placed to go through, Juliet Bawuah picked Sadio Mane as her first choice (5), Riyad Mahrez (4) and Mohammed Salah (3) as her second and third picks with Odion Ighalo (2) and Hakim Ziyech (1) rounding up her favourites.Ibrahim Saanie also selected Sadio Mane (5) as his top pick but went for Mohammed Salah (4) and Ghana’s Thomas Partey (3) as his second and third. Riyad Mahrez (2) and Kalidou Koulibaly (1) complete his selection.Phase TwoWith Sadio Mane, Riyad Mahrez and Mo Salah making it into the second round, it was up to then-Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah and captain Andre Ayew to make Ghana’s selections.Kwesi Appiah selected Sadio Mane (3) as his highest pick with Mo Salah (2) second and Riyad Mahrez (1) third. Andre Ayew also picked Mane (3) first with Mahrez (2) second and Salah (1) third.CAF Women’s Player of the YearJust like the men’s award, there were two different phases of voting with the initial 10-woman shortlist cut to just three for the second round of voting.Phase OneJuliet Bawuah picked Tabitha Chawinga, Ajara Nchout, Asisat Oshoala, Chiamaka Nnadozie and Gabrielle Ouguene as her top five picks, in that order.Ajara Nchout, Tabitha Chawinga, Asisat Oshoala, Christina Thembi and Gabrielle Ouguene were Ibrahim Saanie‘s top five picks.Phase Two Then-Black Queens Coach, Mercy Tagoe voted for Asisat Oshoala as her top pick from the three-player shortlist.Christina Thembi Kgatlana and Ajara Nchout were second and third for Mercy Tagoe.Thembi Kgatlana was named as the captain’s first choice, with Ajara Nchout and eventual winner Asisat Oshoala, second and third.last_img read more