Projects Rosanna House / InFormSave this projectSaveRosanna House / InForm “COPY” Architects: InForm Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” Australia Houses Rosanna House / InForm Photographs: Derek Swalwell Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/951323/rosanna-house-inform Clipboard Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Cavalier Bremworth, Fórmica, Laminate, Polished concrete floor, Recycled red brickwork, Trimble NavigationSave this picture!© Derek SwalwellRecommended ProductsResidential ApplicationsULMA Architectural SolutionsAir Facade Panels in Fonsanta RestaurationWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsText description provided by the architects. Located on a sloping site, this reclaimed red brick and white weatherboard house respond to the natural topography and local 1970s modernist architecture.Save this picture!© Derek SwalwellThe mix of materials and finishes are devoid of trends with a result of timelessness. A neutral colour palette with a focus on natural materials like concrete, timber, brick, and wool gives this house an authentic spirit. Locally sourced reclaimed brickwork, white weatherboards, and exposed timber pergolas draw reference to the local architecture in the area.Save this picture!© Derek SwalwellSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Derek SwalwellA series of stepped concrete floor plates gradually rise up from the site and around the central courtyard. Changes in floor finishes and ceiling heights assist to alter the character and mood of the spaces tailored to specific activities.Save this picture!© Derek SwalwellLarge sliding doors and windows open out into the garden and encourage cross ventilation throughout the house. The kitchen, meals and living area overlooks a pool and garden to the southern courtyard and out north to a covered entertaining area which sits beneath the cantilevered upper floor. A custom-designed smoker creates a unique feature adding character to this casual and relaxed outdoor setting.Save this picture!© Derek SwalwellProject gallerySee allShow lessY’s Kitchen / Shushi ArchitectsSelected ProjectsPied-à-mer Apartment at Sea / Michael K Chen ArchitectureSelected Projects Share Area: 391 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: CopyAbout this officeInFormOfficeFollowProductBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRosannaOn FacebookAustraliaPublished on November 21, 2020Cite: “Rosanna House / InForm” 20 Nov 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Monday, University of Utah head men’s basketball coach Craig Smith announced the additions of Brandon Ubel, Justin Johnson and Logan Ogden to his support staff for the Utes’ program.All three worked under Smith previously at Utah State.Ubel will be the program’s director of scouting after serving as a graduate manager the past two seasons for the Aggies.Johnson will be the special assistant to the head coach with the Utes. Ogden will be the program’s strength and conditioning coach. April 19, 2021 /Sports News – Local University of Utah men’s basketball head coach adds three to staff Written by Brad James
Published on October 7, 2015 at 8:47 pm Contact Liam: [email protected] A hard pass came bouncing over the turf and headed out of bounds before Liz Sack went airborne and dove head first with her stick extended to reach it. Instead of finding the boundary line, the ball deflected off of the junior forward’s stick and into the net.She fell to the ground, looked up and burst to her feet to celebrate the goal with her teammates that put Syracuse ahead 3-0 over Monmouth. She bounded across the field to hug Alyssa Manley with her arms above her head and a smile painted across her face.“It’s always fun to see anyone score and Liz’s celebrations are pretty darn good,” said head coach Ange Bradley. “…We’ve been focusing on (diving goals) quite a bit the last week, so to see her take that from practice and make it happen in a game is really exciting.”It’s a moment Sack never had the chance to celebrate last season from the right-back position where she started all but two games. But after switching back to forward this season, she’s contributed for the Orange off the bench. She’ll continue to give No. 1 Syracuse (11-0, 3-0 Atlantic Coast) scoring depth when it visits No. 11 Louisville (7-4, 0-4 Atlantic Coast) Friday at 6 p.m.“Yeah, I started last year, but I don’t mind coming off the bench because this is what allows me to be most effective and help the team,” Sack said. “If I’m not starting, I’m going to make the most of it.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBradley asked Sack, who’s traditionally a forward, to fill a void at back last season. She stepped into an unfamiliar position and helped anchor a defense that allowed 1.67 goals per game.This season, sophomore Lies Lagerweij and newcomers Roos Weers and Zoe Wilson have shut down SU’s opponents by allowing .82 goals per game. The improved defense allowed Sack to move back to forward, but she found herself behind the team’s offensive leaders Emma Russell and Emma Lamison on the depth chart.“She’s really flexible with her movement and she’s really aggressive when we put her in the forward line,” Russell said. “She’s always closing in on backs really quickly, which I think she learned from being a back last year.”There hasn’t been much transition for Sack as she moves back into the role of a forward. Instead the focus has been on making up for lost time and learning from those in front of her.Russell praised Sack’s listening and said she’s “coachable.” Sack picks the brain of the veteran forwards and makes sure to intently watch from the sideline to maximize her effectiveness upon entering.“She’s a smart player,” Russell said. “It’s really big for us to have someone who can play both forward and back. There’s no drop … when (Sack) comes in.”In preparation of entering the game last Friday against Monmouth, Sack jogged in place and moved more than the other girls on the sideline as play began. With eight minutes gone in the first half, Sack paced over to assistant coach Tara Zollinger, who gestured to the opposing goal with an outstretched arm.Sack said that the players go to Zollinger with a lot of questions about forward movement and attack. The junior forward created a penalty corner upon entering the game a little after the 10-minute mark.It’s the little things Sack has grown accustomed to doing while not at the forefront of the attack. Still, it’s a niche even she thinks gives her an upper hand at times.“My legs are always fresh, especially after playing all the time last year,” Sack said. “I feel like I have the advantage coming in for four to seven minute spurts and attacking tired defenders.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Tags: Costa Ballena, elite golf, England teams England ended the Costa Ballena Octagonal match in Spain on a high after sweeping away with the singles to beat Portugal 5.5-0.5.The foursomes were cancelled because of fog, but when the players got out for the singles they meant business.They won all five matches on the course and also claimed a half for the game of Joe Long, who withdrew from the tournament with a foot injury.Sam Done (6/5) and Ben Hutchinson (6/4) had the biggest wins, followed by David Langley (3/2), Jake Bolton (3/1) and Harry Goddard (2/1).Spain retained the title, beating the Netherlands 4-2. The bronze medal went to Germany, beating Iceland 4.5-1.5. The remaining places were taken by Finland, Italy, England and Portugal.Click here for full scores25 January 2019England’s medal hopes are dashedEngland’s hopes of a medal in the Costa Ballena Octagonal match in Spain were dashed yesterday when the team lost to Germany 5.5-3.5 on the final day of the group stage.A win would have put England in a tie to defend last year’s bronze medal, but now they play Portugal for place.The team made a good start to the match against Germany, leading 2-1 after the morning foursomes.Harry Goddard and Jake Bolton paired up to halve their game, are were followed by David Langley and Ben Hutchinson, who won on the 18th. The third game was shared after Joe Long’s withdrawal with a foot injury.But the afternoon singles went Germany’s way, with just Jake Bolton and Sam Done squeezing halved results from their games. Long’s game was also scored as a half.The championship final is between last year’s winners, Spain, and the Netherlands. German and Iceland will play to decide the bronze medal.Click here for full scores23 January 2019Spain pulls out the stops to halt EnglandDefending champions Spain pulled off a remarkable singles performance to thwart England 6-3 on the second day of the Costa Ballena Octagonal match in Spain.England got off to a great start, with two fighting performances, to lead 2.5-0.5 after the morning singles.Harry Goddard and Jake Bolton were all square after 12 holes but battled away to win 1up. The same spirit drove David Langley and Ben Hutchinson, who were two down after 12 but were back on level terms after 14 and also went on to win 1 up.The team’s morning scoreline was completed by the half point allocated to the final game after Joe Long had to withdraw from the tournament with a foot injury.With half a point straight in the bag from Long’s singles, England needed just two points from the afternoon’s sessions for the win.But Spain had other ideas and, although Harry Goddard, Sam Done and Ben Hutchinson all went to the 18th, the hosts completed a clean sweep of the live games to score their second win of the championship.England coach Paul Ashwell said: “It was a tough afternoon. Spain got off to a very strong start in the singles matches and despite a brave fightback by England we could not find the two points required to win. Congratulations to Spain.”Tomorrow England play Germany.Click here for full scores22 January 2019 Winning start for England in Costa BallenaEngland made a winning start to the Costa Ballena Octagonal match in Spain with a 5.5-3.5 win over Finland.They got off to a good start with a 2-1 lead after the morning foursomes. Jake Bolton and Sam Done pushed ahead after the turn to secure their 2/1 win, while David Langley and Ben Hutchinson halved their game.The third game was scored as a half, following the withdrawal of Joe Long who has a foot injury and is unable to play in the tournament.In the afternoon singles, the team forged further ahead with big wins from Harry Goddard (6/5), Langley (4/3) and Hutchinson (6/5).Tomorrow, England will play the hosts and defending champions, Spain. They will complete their group stage with a match against Germany on Thursday. The other group involves Italy, Iceland, Holland and Portugal.The winners of both groups will play the final on Friday, with the other teams playing-off for places.Last year England won the bronze medal, fighting back from disappointment after they were unbeaten in the group stage but missed out on a place in the final on countback.The team, captained by Tony Moran and coached by Paul Ashwell, is:Jake Bolton, 20, (Ogbourne Downs, Wiltshire)Sam Done, 21, (Kenwick Park, Lincolnshire)Harry Goddard, 18, (Hanbury Manor, Hertfordshire)Ben Hutchinson, 23, (Howley Hall, Yorkshire)David Langley, 24, (Castle Royle, BB&O)Joe Long, 21, (Lansdown, Gloucestershire) withdrawn 25 Jan 2019 England sign off with a big win
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We just started on corn yesterday. We’re loading the bean planter up now. We are slowly but surely drying out. We have been so wet and we still have some fields with wheat stubble that are too wet for the planter.We just planted one field of corn. It usually takes a good half-day to get the bugs worked out of the planter. We needed a software update on the planter for our program through Climate Corp. that runs our prescriptions. Through the growing season we’ll be able to scout fields and pin stuff on there. We have one year of yield data in there and we need to add records from previous years so it can establish varieties and soil sample analysis. It is a complete package and it can eventually give us hybrid recommendations. We’re pretty excited about it.I’m about half done spraying corn and we just saw the first field of seed wheat we planted is starting to head out. It is coming along pretty quickly. The wheat has good color to it. We got the rest of the 28% on a couple of weeks ago. Hopefully we avoid some of the cold weather they are talking about next week because we are going to be at a critical point for cold weather injury on the wheat. This weekend we got down to 35 or 36 degrees but then it warmed up pretty quickly. We escaped a frost with that one.If you go west of here to Fayette County or Clinton County, they have been running pretty hard. But Ross, Pike, Pickaway and part of Fairfield got rains that came up from the south that they didn’t get west of us. This week, though, we ought to have a pretty good run, but they are calling for rain late this week and colder temperatures the first week of May. Usually there are one or two days every spring where you shouldn’t plant and we always find them.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Leave a CommentIn the latest episode of Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer, Ohio Farm Bureau’s Director of Water Quality and Research talks with a representative from our neighbors up north, Laura Campbell. Campbell manages the agricultural ecology department for Michigan Farm Bureau.Hoewischer and Campbell discussed how issues in Michigan can impact Ohio, and vice versa, particularly as they relate to water quality. They compare and contrast what’s going on across the state line.Field Day with Jordan Hoewischer is an ongoing series of conversations with experts and leaders who are helping to shape and secure the future of Ohio’s ag industry for generations to come.Following are some highlights from this episode. Complete transcript Q: Ohio and Michigan share a lot of priority issues, such as water quality. What are some things that you’re working on in Michigan, what are the hot button topics?A: Water quality is one of our continuing hot topics and one that’s of really high importance to our members. Lake Erie is a very small portion of the state, but it has kind of an outsized influence because of how much media attention it gets. We’ve got a lot of other areas in the state that we’re looking at to be the potential next Lake Erie. Our Saginaw Bay Area has a lot of the same conditions: shallow waters, lots of ag, lots of people pointing fingers at farmers. So we want to keep on top of what’s going on, what the newest solutions are, how do we help farmers be part of the solution so that they are not being regulated and being blamed for problems.Q: How do you manage so many waterfronts? I’m sure there’s water going every which way and there’s different bays and different areas for influence from nutrients. How do you handle that from a Farm Bureau side?A: It gets very complicated particularly because we’ve got so many different regions of the state that have so many different localized issues. Lots of specialty crops, lots of different conditions depending on which lake shore you’re on. So, really what we do is try to work with our state agencies and with NRCS and other USDA programs to customize as much as possible the programs and the practices that farmers can use. That’s actually where our stewardship program comes into play. The Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program, or MAEAP, because that does individualized farm-by-farm plans and prescriptions for activities on your farm to help you with your stewardship.Q: What are the biggest obstacles for not only the farmers but on the certification side – the people who are actually doing the certifying of the farms?A: Some of the challenges that we had, really a lot of them, surround the cost of the program. We do align ourselves, and align the standards of the MAEAP program, with NRCS standards so that you’re eligible for cost share under those programs if you’re working toward MAEAP. But…the cost can be a hindrance. There are some other logistical challenges, too. There are barriers that keep farmers from ever being able to be verified, but they’re still doing a lot of good practices. Leave a Comment
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest 3 CommentsOhio Farm Bureau is partnering with an Ohio-based energy management firm, Community Energy Advisors, to establish the Ohio Farm Bureau Energy Program. The program will assist members in making energy choices, shopping for energy, learning about rebate options and the best ways to manage their energy resources.“We have worked together to develop this program to provide education, protection and savings to members statewide,” said John Marihugh, OFBF director of member services. “The program can provide highly competitive pricing to members in shoppable electric and natural gas regions.”Ohio Farm Bureau’s newest member benefit takes the guesswork out of energy costs and gives members an opportunity to save money. It doesn’t matter if power is generated through a cooperative or a municipal utility, or in one of the large, for-profit utility regions, the OFBF Energy Program provides tips and tools to help better manage electric and natural gas costs. The program evaluates rebate opportunities that can add up to savings for Farm Bureau members. Members served by for-profit utilities may see an average 10 percent cost savings on electricity or natural gas through a process that requires suppliers to compete for the member’s business.It also provides alerts regarding scams and fraudulent activity to protect member’s homes and businesses, no matter what part of the state members live in.“For many members, energy is one of the biggest costs they assume they have no control over,” said Kevin Lauterjung, principal and co-founder of Community Energy Advisors, noting that “Farm Bureau staff went through a rigorous process with us” to ensure that all members find value in the program.Farm Bureau chose to partner with Community Energy Advisors because of its experience in designing and managing programs for member organizations, understanding utility tariffs and supplier pricing and strong credibility in the industry. For a limited time, all members can sign up for the OFBF Energy Program Sweepstakes and be eligible to win $500. 3 Comments
Related Posts Sources: Gmail Contacts, Google Reader Subscriptions and Your Google ProfileSocial Search can tab into three different sources, so you will need accounts on at least one of these services to make Social Search work. Social search uses the Gmail contacts you have added to your friends and coworker lists and those you have chatted with on Google Talk. Social search also looks at your Google Reader subscriptions and the social networking profiles you have added to your Google Profile. While you don’t need to have a Google Profile, this service is a hub for your social networking profile on Social Search. Based on the information in your Google Profile, Google can auto-detect your social networking profiles and your friends on services like Flickr, FriendFeed, YouTube, Reddit, Digg, del.icio.us, BrightKite and many others. How it Works and How to Trigger Social Search ExplicitlyOnce activated, Social Search results will appear at the bottom of the standard search results page and will be clearly labeled as “results from people in your social circle.” As Google’s search evangelist Matt Cutts pointed out to us in an interview earlier today, it is important to note that not every search will trigger Social Search results. When it does, however, the results should be highly relevant. You can also explicitly trigger Social Search from the search options panel. There, Google will now also present a list of your friends that it thinks are the most closely related to the keywords you were searching for. By clicking on a name, you can restrict your search even further and just see results from this one person. Social Search Makes Google Profiles More UsefulThis new feature will also put a new emphasis on Google Profiles. Google has made some moves to make these profiles more prominent by highlighting some profiles when users search for people, but Google Profiles has generally not received a lot of attention from users. Now, however, as the hub for Social Search, users have an incentive to fill out their profiles – which, of course, will also give Google more information about you and your social network.Privacy Concerns?We talked to Google Fellow Amit Singhal, search evangelist Matt Cutts, and Maureen Heymans (the Technical Lead for Social Search) and Murali Viswanathan (the Product Manager for Social Search) earlier today and the team was obviously excited about this launch. The Social Search team was especially excited about the fact social search will now make your friends’ knowledge far more accessible than ever before and that this will make it easier to find trusted product reviews and local search results. Social Search just went live in Google Labs. Google announced that it was working on this Social Search feature at the Web 2.0 Summit last week, but at that time, Google’s Marissa Mayer announced that it would only be available “in a few weeks.” Social Search taps into a user’s social network profiles and displays relevant links and status updates that members of a user’s own social network have shared at the bottom of the default search results page. According to Google, Social Search will enhance the search experience on Google by providing users with more personally relevant search results.To get started, you first have to head over to Google Labs‘s experimental section and activate this feature. For now, Social Search will only be available in the US and in English. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Google#news#NYT#web A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… We also asked the team about how they thought users would react to the fact that Google indexes and surfaces all of their social networking profiles and connections, which could spark some privacy concerns. In reaction to this, Matt Cutts pointed out that all of the info that Google indexes is already publically available on the Internet, including a user’s friend connections. He also stressed that this was an opt-in experiment.Social Search as “A Big Chess Move Against Facebook”As our own Marshall Kirkpatrick pointed out last week, Social Search can also be seen as a “big chess move against Facebook.” Both Google and Facebook want users to come to their sites to see what their friends are saying about a given topic. Google, however, can’t tap into your social circle on Facebook and hence won’t be able to highlight status updates from your Facebook friends, which explains why Google needed to make a deal with Twitter to get access to status updates from their service. frederic lardinois 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Adrian, who also has four Olympic gold medals as a member of US relay teams, said his illness had been diagnosed early.“We caught it early, I have already started treatment and the prognosis is good,” Adrian wrote. “I will be back in the water in a few short weeks with my sights fully set on Tokyo.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsAdrian has appeared in three Olympics, in 2008, 2012 and 2016, winning eight medals in total. He has also won 11 world championship medals throughout his career.Adrian meanwhile used news of his illness to encourage men to seek regular check-ups for their health. LATEST STORIES Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town “I’ve realized that too often we tend to avoid these important topics, ignore potential warning signs, and put off getting medical help we need,” Adrian wrote. “I am keeping a positive attitude as cases such as mine are curable.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations View comments Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss China hunts for Marcello Lippi successor after Asian Cup ‘fiasco’ SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte FILE – Nathan Adrian prepares to warm up during the Swimming Winter National Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center on December 1, 2018 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images/AFPFive-time Olympic champion swimmer Nathan Adrian said Thursday he has testicular cancer but is confident of recovery and wants to compete at the 2020 Tokyo games.In a statement on Twitter, the 30-year-old 2012 100m freestyle gold medallist said he expects to be back swimming within “weeks” after starting treatment.ADVERTISEMENT US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ
Brief scores – India (250) beat Australia (242) by 8 runs to take 2-0 lead in 5-match series. Stoinis (52), Handscomb (48), Kuldeep (3/54), Shankar (2/15). Highlights | Match Report | ScorecardEven after Australia lost against India in the opening two ODIs, fast bowler Pat Cummins believes his team has great morale and can win from any situation.”The feeling in the group is great, I feel like every time we walk on the field we have a real shot of winning a game no matter what the circumstances,” cricket.com.au quoted Pat Cummins as saying.Australia went down to India by eight runs in the final over in Nagpur after Marcus Stoinis, Peter Handscomb and Alex Carey rallied late to leave the visitors just two lusty blows on Tuesday night away from an upset victory.”We are taking every single game deep, it comes down to a couple of overs, a couple of key moments which are the difference between winning and losing” Cummins said.”That is all you can do is try to put yourself in those positions.”The more you are in that the more you get used to it and kind of work out how you can do some things better,” he said.India take a 2-0 series lead after an absolute thriller in Nagpur! SCORES: https://t.co/t3NnK7TGxx #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/w756aOHsk8cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) March 5, 2019It was the third time in the past five ODI’s between these two nations that the match went down to the last six balls.advertisementAnd to make matters worse for Australia, they lost all those close encounters.Australia would look to rectify these errors to get more confidence ahead of the World Cup.”We have still got quite a lot of cricket before the World Cup but I honestly think it is in a really good place at the moment,” Cummins told cricket.com.au.Marcus Stoinis was keeping the hopes alive for the Aussies as they needed 11 runs off the final over but it just was not to be as Vijay Shankar dismissed him off the very first ball of the final over, resulting in Australia’s defeat by eight runs.”So with Stoinis out there, I thought we were a massive chance. He played it beautifully, the way he just counted down the balls, chose his bowlers,” Cummins told cricket.com.au.”To have 11 off the last over against probably their fifth bowler is a pretty good position from where we were.””He set it up beautifully – just was not his day, that last over.”Australia would hope to bounce back in the third ODI to deny India the chance of taking an unassailable lead in the five-match series.Australia takes on India in the third ODI on Friday, March 8 at Ranchi.Also Read | Virat Kohli was the difference in the game, says Aaron FinchAlso Read | Not thinking about World Cup: Vijay Shankar after helping India win 2nd ODI vs AustraliaAlso Read | Virat Kohli on 40th ODI hundred: It’s just a number, more proud of our 2nd innings