El Rancho Relaxo / Wolveridge Architects

first_imgArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/247363/relaxo-ranch-wolveridge-architects Clipboard “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/247363/relaxo-ranch-wolveridge-architects Clipboard Australia Houses CopyHouses•Mt Martha, Australia Architects: Wolveridge ArchitectsText description provided by the architects. Courtesy of Wolveridge Architects Save this picture!Recommended ProductsFiber Cements / CementsSwisspearlSwisspearl Largo Fiber Cement PanelsFiber Cements / CementsRieder GroupFacade Panels – concrete skinFiber Cements / CementsULMA Architectural SolutionsPaper Facade Panel in Leioa School RestorationFiber Cements / CementsDuctal®Ductal® Cladding Panels (EU)Courtesy of Wolveridge Architects • The project conceived for a gently sloping site with terrific sea views and wind exposure • Desirable and uninterrupted eastern rear views into natural bushland • Undesirable views of existing development to the north and north east • Brief for a 4 bedroom family home, young parents Save this picture!Courtesy of Wolveridge Architects • An earthy structure meets the entry, a timber cube forming the street entry. Access to the dwelling via a rammed earth spine wall leads to a first floor living space and connection with the view • From here the architecture is a steel and compressed sheet framed structure, weather protective and akin to the beach boxes which dot the nearby coastline • A painted compressed sheet balcony screen provides a filtered light into the dwelling while restricting views into the undesirable views – the existing residential subdivision below the site • Protected outdoor areas Project gallerySee allShow lessVideo: King’s Cross Western Concourse Lighting DesignArticlesKlaksvik City Center Proposal / studio wokArticles Sharecenter_img El Rancho Relaxo / Wolveridge ArchitectsSave this projectSaveEl Rancho Relaxo / Wolveridge Architects Save this picture!+ 22 Share Projects “COPY” El Rancho Relaxo / Wolveridge Architects CopyAbout this officeWolveridge ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDabasHousesMt Martha3D ModelingAustraliaPublished on June 26, 2012Cite: “El Rancho Relaxo / Wolveridge Architects” 26 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogShowershansgroheShower MixersVinyl Walls3MVinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ Abrasion ResistantPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceLightsVibiaLamps – NorthCultural / PatrimonialIsland Exterior FabricatorsSeptember 11th Memorial Museum Envelope SystemSkylightsVELUX CommercialAtrium Longlight, DZNE GermanyHanging LampsLouis PoulsenLamp – PH ArtichokeTiles / Mosaic / GresiteHisbalitMosaic Tiles – TexturasAcousticMetawellAluminum Panels – Acoustic SailsMineral / Organic PaintsKEIMTiO2-free Mineral Paint – Soldalit®-ArteWall / Ceiling LightsA-LightWall Grazer Concealed LightsDoorsBuster and PunchDoor Hardware – Pull BarMore products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?昆内特拉兰住宅 / Wolveridge Architects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 streamlast_img read more

The Disco Biscuits Announce Two Nights In Asheville

first_imgDisco Biscuits Upcoming 2018 Tour DatesAPR 19, 2018 – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PAAPR 20, 2018 – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PAAPR 21, 2018 – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PAMAY 18, 2018 – Salvage Station – Asheville, NCMAY 19, 2018 – Salvage Station – Asheville, NCMAY 24, 2018 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, COMAY 25, 2018 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, COMAY 26, 2018 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, COMAY 27, 2018 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, COJUL 12, 2018 – JUL 14, 2018 – Camp Bisco – Scranton, PAView All Tour Dates Today, the Disco Biscuits have announced a two-night run at Salvage Station in Asheville, North Carolina on May 18th and 19th. This pair of shows will mark the group’s first performances in the Southern city since 10/30/10, when their Halloween run came through Thomas Wolfe Auditorium during Moogfest. The Biscuits’ upcoming Asheville shows come ahead of the group’s highly anticipated Bisco Inferno run in Colorado from May 24th to 27th, which will see the jamtronica juggernauts perform three nights at Denver’s Ogden Theatre ahead of their annual headlining performance at the iconic outdoor venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre.Fans interested in attending the Biscuits’ upcoming Salvage Station run in Asheville, North Carolina, on May 18th and 19th can request tickets starting today via BiscoTix, with the request period closing on Wednesday, April 11th, at 4 p.m. (EST). Random selection of lottery winners will begin on Wednesday, April 11th, at 5 p.m. (EST). The public on sale for tickets will begin on Friday, April 16th, at noon (EST).You can head over to the Disco Biscuits’ website for more information about their upcoming touring schedule here, or check out the dates listed below.last_img read more

USC, UCLA student leaders respond to admissions scandal

first_imgStone suggested penning the letter after giving Watson a tour of the USC campus. The two student body presidents then reached out to Yale and Stanford’s student body presidents to collaborate. The op-ed, titled “Operation Varsity Blues doesn’t end unfair college admissions policies,” was co-authored by Stone; Robert Blake Watson, president of UCLA’s Undergraduate Students Association Council; Erica Scott, president of Stanford University’s Associated Students of Stanford; and Kahlil Greene, president of Yale University’s Yale College Council. “The conspiracy received global attention — particularly because of the celebrities involved — and prompted widespread disdain … as some internal campus investigations come to a close and guilty pleas pile up, it’s easy to think that the legal process has addressed the problem. Wrong,” the op-ed read. The letter came five months after the release of an FBI investigation that found that 33 wealthy parents used a back-door admissions scheme that included bribes and fake athletic profiles to secure their children’s spots at universities like USC, UCLA, Yale and Stanford. The Los Angeles Times published an editorial Aug. 7 penned by student government leaders at several universities involved in the Operation Varsity Blues admissions scandal uncovered in March. He said he looks forward to working with Stone and other student government leaders throughout the year to share ideas and initiatives. One of the formal meetings is a shared governance symposium between student government leaders at universities in Southern California, which UCLA will host this fall. “We’ve really had a lot of great, collaborative discussions surrounding what we’re doing at our campuses because our campuses are more similar than not in a lot of ways,” Watson said. “I think we’ve learned quite a bit from each other just in terms of how we’re handling these discussions, how we’re handling these practices at both of our schools.” USC Undergraduate Student Government President Trenton Stone co-authored the piece, which focused on the inequalities within the college admissions process. Undergraduate Student Government President Trenton Stone and student leaders from UCLA, Yale and Stanford wrote a Los Angeles Times editorial on inequality in college admissions following the college admissions bribery scheme that was uncovered by an FBI investigation in March. (Daily Trojan file photo)center_img While colleges responded to the scandal, Watson said he and the other student leaders wanted to create a conversation on the role wealth plays in the college admissions process. Student leaders from the four schools wrote about economic inequalities within the college admissions process, such as access to preparatory classes for standardized tests and traveling for campus visits. They encouraged college administrators to address these issues alongside the problems on each campus that allowed the bribery scheme to go on. At UCLA, Watson said he has worked on various projects to help all students perform well, including distributing free blue books and scantrons to all students. He has spoken with some administrative officials since the scandal broke in March to discuss how income inequality affects students both in the admissions process and throughout their time on campus. “There is discussion on all of our campuses about the deeper issues, more than just the celebrities that were involved,” Stone told the Daily Trojan. “But, I think [the op-ed was] about bringing a student perspective to a larger national issue.” On top of having at least two students admitted through the scheme, UCLA also made national headlines when an L.A. Times investigation found the school broke University of California rules by allowing a student athlete in 2014 to be admitted as a track athlete in exchange for a $100,000 donation. While the university investigated the situation and said it punished the coaches involved, the report did not lead to a systematic change in athletic admissions, according to the Times. Stone said he hopes for more collaboration between the USC student body and University administration to begin addressing wealth inequality in the admissions process and at USC. “We have had some response from our own administration and it’s definitely been brought up in a couple of my meetings and emails,” he said. “But the main purpose was to create a larger national discussion about the issue from a student perspective.”last_img read more

Shohei Ohtani elbow condition is no cause for panic with Angels, according to study, expert

first_img Shohei Ohtani’s career in Japan: Inside the numbers Long hours, sleepless nights helped Angels win Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes Miller: How much did Shohei Ohtani’s decision surprise the Angels? Even more than you think Angels leaning toward six-man rotation to help all pitchers, not just Shohei Ohtani Conte, who worked for the Dodgers from 2006-15, spoke Wednesday after reading the published reports of Ohtani’s condition. He has no independent knowledge of his medical history.Conte said it’s important to note that this study is a small sample, and it only tracked the players for a year. The sprained ligament could be a precursor to a more serious injury, perhaps one requiring Tommy John surgery, in the future. Of course, any pitcher is a candidate for future Tommy John surgery, particularly one who, like Ohtani, throws 102 mph.Conte explained that Ohtani has the least serious type of ligament injury.“Grade one is obviously the best not to have surgery,” he said. “Grade three is a no-brainer, you go (for surgery). There are all kinds of variations of grade two.”General Manager Billy Eppler said the condition of Ohtani’s elbow was disclosed on the medical report distributed to all teams at the start of the courting process. He said Ohtani underwent another exam on Dec. 7 at the Kerlan-Jobe clinic, the day before he agreed to sign with the Angels, and the club was satisfied with his condition. LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Despite the alarming news of Shohei Ohtani’s elbow condition, at least one expert said the research suggests the Angels are doing the right thing with their prized new pitcher.The Colorado Rockies recently published a study that detailed the treatment of 72 players with elbow ligament injuries. The 28 who had grade one or lesser grade two sprains were treated without surgery, and 93 percent made it back to their previous level of competition for at least a year.Related Articlescenter_img Ohtani reportedly has a grade one sprain of his ulnar collateral ligament, which means the tissue is stretched but still intact.“Based on that study, I would tell you Ohtani has a very good chance of coming back,” said Stan Conte, a longtime major league athletic trainer who now operates an injury analytics program. Angels confident in Shohei Ohtani’s health despite report of elbow injury Eppler reiterated on Wednesday that the Angels “feel very comfortable” with Ohtani. Manager Mike Scioscia, whose annual winter meetings media session on Wednesday was attended by about triple the normal amount of reporters, said this is “something that’s behind (Ohtani). There’s no concern. No restrictions. He’ll be full-go in spring training.”In October, Ohtani had a platelet-rich plasma injection, which Eppler again called “preventative.” Ohtani was already throwing when he was in Southern California last week, Eppler said.Conte said it appeared the Angels were treating him appropriately.“It’s very reasonable to try non-surgical care,” Conte said.Ohtani’s condition further demonstrates why the Angels are likely to use a six-man rotation this season, although Scioscia said it’s still just a consideration. Eppler, whose rotation has been decimated by injuries the last two years, said he is convinced that giving pitchers five or six days rest between starts, instead of the typical four or five, will keep them healthier.Conte said the science isn’t definitive.“We know guys who pitched on three days rest instead of four days have a higher chance (of injury),” he said. “Intuitively, you would think five days of rest would be better, but that’s not necessarily true. Nothing has been proven on a six-man rotation. …“I sure don’t think having extra rest is necessarily going to hurt. With all these pitchers going down with injuries, it is time to try some different ideas. A six-man rotation is one. I don’t know what else you can do. You have to think a little out of the box if you are trying to keep starting pitchers healthy.”NOTESEppler, who often uses football analogies to describe his progress toward a deal, said Wednesday afternoon the Angels were “at midfield and we have the ball.” Eppler wouldn’t say which deal is getting closer, but the Angels are seeking a second baseman. They also still might need at least one more infielder, along with a fourth outfielder. …Both Scioscia and Eppler alluded to some analytical material the Angels have discovered that they believe can help Jim Johnson bounce back from his 5.56 ERA. Neither would give a detailed answer as to what they found, but Scioscia suggested it had to do with his pitch usage. …Scioscia reiterated that Ohtani is not likely to hit on the days he pitches, unless required to do so in a National League ballpark. Ohtani rarely did that in Japan. Also, if the Angels begin a game with Ohtani in the lineup as the pitcher, they would have to have their pitchers in the lineup after he’s out of the game, too. …The Angels are expecting Martin Maldonado to handle another heavy workload, but with less impact on his offense. Last year Maldonado led the majors with 137 games behind the plate, which is no doubt part of the season his offense disappeared in the second half. Scioscia said now that Maldonado has been through a season like that, he’ll be able to do it again. “I think you can train to be an astronaut all you want, until you get to outer space you don’t know what it’s like,” Scioscia said. “He’s done it now. I think he understands what he needs to do and what he needs to do to be ready for his season and I think he trained well and I think he held up well.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more