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Curtain Cottage / Apparte Studio

first_imgCopyHouses, Refurbishment•Carlton North, Australia Projects Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/886465/curtain-cottage-apparte-studio Clipboard “COPY” Curtain Cottage / Apparte StudioSave this projectSaveCurtain Cottage / Apparte Studio Curtain Cottage / Apparte Studio Photographs:  Daniel Aulsebrook Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Products used in this ProjectWindow Shades / AwningsDanpalRoofing System Danpal® – lightingSave this picture!Dining. Image © Daniel AulsebrookText description provided by the architects. A cramped, dark and damp Victorian cottage is transformed into a light-filled, flowing and uplifting home, while referencing original features of the house. The project is unique in that the architect was also its builder and joiner, so this provided the opportunity to test out ambitious ideas and their consequence during construction. One of the special aspects about this project is the play of contrasts between the modest facade and what lies inside. Like a veil of camouflage, the front gives nothing away of its contents and remains perfectly anonymous.Save this picture!Facade. Image © Daniel AulsebrookBriefThis was an investment project for the studio so we set a hypothetical brief as follows. How might a professional couple live comfortably inside a formerly tight and dingy Victorian of 60m2? To add to the challenge, an extension was out of the question due to budget constraints, so all changes had to be made inside the existing envelope.Save this picture!Coutyard at Night. Image © Daniel AulsebrookPlanWe felt a couple would only need one dedicated bedroom so the front room could be incorporated into the hallway and become a flexible and open living space. On the occasion that guests stay over, a curtain can be pulled across to ‘  wall’   off a spare room.Save this picture!Floor PlanThe kitchen was reconfigured to include a generous island for ease of circulation and encourage shared cooking. The dining area extends out from the island bench and provides a seamless transition to the courtyard.Save this picture!Kitchen. Image © Daniel AulsebrookSectionWhile we couldn’  t increase the square meterage of the house, we could add to the volume and feeling of space. We did this by lifting the ceiling to the line of the original rafters which created the opportunity to light the house indirectly by placing LED strips atop the newly exposed ceiling joists. In addition, a little quirk can be seen on the brick wall in the kitchen, where we punched a hole through at the top to add a further connection between front and back, while also providing an access point to the attic floor.Save this picture!Living room. Image © Daniel AulsebrookThis connection can be felt when the light from LED’  s running around the bedroom perimeter are switched on. Light There are no downlights in this project and the entire house is lit indirectly with energy efficient LED strip lights shining up at the ceiling and reflecting back a comfortable warm glow.Save this picture!After / SectionWhere task lights were needed in the kitchen and bathroom, we made custom linear pendants which complement the linear theme of the house. In the bedroom we flipped this pendant upside down to create an uplight which provides a softly lit ceiling perfect for making the transition into night. In the bathroom there are a number of lighting options.Save this picture!Living room. Image © Daniel AulsebrookDuring the day natural light shines down the rear wall where a skylight was cut-out over the shower. After dark, aside from the custom pendant, the shower screen can be lit, which has been fitted with an LED strip along its top edge and provides just enough light to use the bathroom in the middle of the night.Save this picture!Kitchen. Image © Daniel AulsebrookWhite translucent multi cell polycarbonate has been fitted to the entire roof section covering the dining area, providing enough natural light to illuminate the back half of the house well after the neighbours have turned on their lights.Save this picture!Coutyard. Image © Daniel AulsebrookProject gallerySee allShow lessGoertek Green Town – Time Books / Qingdao Greentown Architecture Design + Beijing H-…Selected ProjectsNic’s Planet / Mur Mur LabSelected Projects Share Australia 2017 Architects: Apparte Studio Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/886465/curtain-cottage-apparte-studio Clipboard CopyAbout this officeApparte StudioOfficeFollowProductsWoodBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentCarlton NorthAustraliaPublished on January 04, 2018Cite: “Curtain Cottage / Apparte Studio” 03 Jan 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Save this picture!Courtyard by day. Image © Daniel Aulsebrook+ 33Curated by Fernanda Castro Share Year:  Manufacturers: Danpal, Buderus, Caesarstone, Dulux, Fisher & Paykel, Ikea, Escenium HAUS Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Area:  60 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily “COPY” Houseslast_img read more

Accurate Numbers Of Covid Cases Needed To Ensure Supplies Of Oxygen, Drugs, Vaccines Are Based On True Figures: Madras High Court

first_imgNews UpdatesAccurate Numbers Of Covid Cases Needed To Ensure Supplies Of Oxygen, Drugs, Vaccines Are Based On True Figures: Madras High Court Lydia Suzanne Thomas17 May 2021 6:56 AMShare This – xDuring its suo motu proceedings instituted to take stock of Covid management in the State, the Madras High Court directed the State to ensure underreporting of Covid cases did not occur.Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthil Ramamoorthy underscored the necessity of “ensuring that accurate numbers are indicated so that adequate supplies of O2, drugs, vaccines can be based on true figures…”In any case, recording of true numbers is necessary to maintain true and accurate records for a study for the future, Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee records in the order, pointing out that the Prime Minister had also advised against underreporting.Other directionsDistribution of drugsThe Bench, after referring to the Centre and State Government’s documents, expressed that there appeared to be certain anomalies in distribution of essential drugs particularly on basis of positive cases. With this observation, the Court directed the Advocate-General to look into basis of allocating drugs. In its Order, the Court referred to the papers presented on behalf of the Centre which made a reference to additional drugs which are necessary to deal with virus. As far as Tocilizumab is concerned, it is indicated that country is dependent on imports and there is limited supply, it was recorded.The Drugs Controller General indicates there are domestically produced drugs equal to or better than Tocilizumab (Itilizumab, Dexamethasone and Methyl prednisolone), the Court recorded in the order.On need to check prices of drugs dispensed by private healthcare institutionsWhile drug is directly reached to private hospitals, there must be check on prices charged since one of the difficulties faced by ordinary citizens is the massive bills generated by private healthcare institutions, the Court stated.On ensuring oxygen to persons not affected by CovidNeeds and concerns of others must be kept in mind and addressed, patients other than those affected by covid must receive oxygen in the usual course. Local authorities should ensure continuous supply for such purpose, the court instructed.Supplies of RemdesivirAdverting to overcrowding at a Remdesivir distribution center in Nehru Stadium, the Court was informed that the state has stopped the distribution of Remdesivir from the Nehru stadium, apprising the Court that the drug would be directly distributed to hospital upon background check and patients necessity.”While the drug is directly reached to private hospitals there must be a check on price charged by private hospitals since one of the difficulties faced by ordinary citizens is the massive bills generated by private institutions affording healthcare facilities..”, the Court mandated.Facilities in PuducherryDuring the hearing, intervenors brought to the Court’s attention that there may not have adequate beds in Puducherry proper. The Court pointed out that figures furnished by the Union Territory indicate adequate supply of Oxygen, remdesivir, and beds at Kayathar, Mahe, Yanam. However, there appears to be a dearth of beds, ventilator and oxgyen beds…with even the website showing the same, the Court recorded in its order.”It is submitted on behalf of the Union Territory that patients form bordering districts in TN have taken admission at the Pudicherry hospitals which may have resulted in the shortage…Be that as it may, the endeavour to augment no of beds should continue as number of cases on daily basis is quite heavy though rate of increase has shown a dip”, Court recorded.Disposal of dead bodiesIt was also submitted that the manner in which dead bodies were kept in the hospital wards several hours after the death of the patient and the manner in which some deaths are not attributed to Covid.It was also stated that dead bodies in wards demoralise other patients, surely authorities need to remove the dead bodies as soon as possible.The Court appreciated the possibility of number of deaths being higher than mortuary facilities at hospital, but emphasized that the aspect of the case being a Covid death had to be considered. “If there has been a covid death, even if overwhelming factor was the co-morbidities, body has to be disposed based on COVID protocol so that the body does not become a source of infection”, tChief Justice Sanjib Banerjee emphasized in his order.”All should endeavour to accord a level of dignity to the departed, at least for a final time,” the Court additionally said.Conversion of ESI hospitals to COVID hospitals The Centre’s statement revealed that the Centre had two ESI hospitals in Tamil Nadu, while the rest were under the control of the State.In its order, the Court opined that ESI hospitals could have wards dedicated for Covid treatment but could not be converted completely into Covid hospitals. “Should be kept in mind that ESI hospitals for those who contribute, though covid wards can be created,” the bench specifiedDrawing from suggestions made during the hearing, the Court opined that ESI dispensaries may be used as vaccine centers as and when vaccine drives are set into motion in the state and Pudicherry.Need for more stringent conditions of lockdownThe Court left it to the government and local bodies to decide on the need to heighten the stringency of the lockdown”If you go to areas where fishermen stay, slums… 10 people cramped together in 1 house, can you expect them to stay inside all day? All don’t have lawns and bungalows within walls of homes..”, Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee remarked during the hearing today.On vulnerability of children to infectionOn this count, the Bench highlighted the need to set plans in place by the State and Union Territory to tackle the issue.”Children are more difficult to control even if admitted to hospitals and beds are available. Children need additional care and may not respond to unknown persons in absence of parents and known relatives…This area needs to be addressed, should the pandemic divert its attention to children in the near future”, the Bench stated in its Order.Overcrowding in prisons After this aspect was raised by one of the Counsel, the Court directed that undertrials be released on lines of Supreme Court’s order so as to ensure there is no overcrowding in correctional homes.On workmenIn a related matter taken up prior to the suo motu case, the High Court expresses a hope that industries exempted from lockdown maintained COVID19 protocol strictly in the interest of workmen. State should take immediate steps, in larger interest, if any of the industries were found as not following protocol, the Court said.Click here to download the OrderTagsSuo Moto COVID-19 Case Madras High Court Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy COVID -19 Next Storylast_img read more

Bob Weir, Jerry Harrison, Les Claypool, Members Of SCI & More To Play John Perry Barlow Benefit Show

first_imgBeloved Grateful Dead lyricist John Perry Barlow has encountered health problems over the last few years, and now he needs our help! Fortunately, as Barlow has inspired an incredible number of musicians, those artists will join forces to help raise money for his recovery.Taking place at the Sweetwater Music Hall on October 24th, the fundraiser will feature Bob Weir, Jerry Harrison, members of The String Cheese Incident, Lukas Nelson, Sean Lennon & Les Claypool, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and more for an intimate performance! There will also be auctions at the benefit, and all proceeds will go directly towards Barlow’s recovery.For those who can’t make it but want to help, check out this Wellness Trust link. You can find tickets for this exciting event here.[H/T JamBase]last_img

Slide repaired at Batesville Memorial Pool

first_imgBatesville, In. — Good news from our friends at the Batesville Memorial Pool- THE SLIDE IS FIXED. The pool opens at noon Monday through Friday and at 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.For information about season passes or private rentals please call 812-934-5520.last_img