CopyHouses•Zivon, Israel Save this picture!© Amit Giron+ 28 Share Houses Photographs F house / Alroy Hazak architects F house / Alroy Hazak architectsSave this projectSaveF house / Alroy Hazak architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/181093/f-house-alroy-hazak-architects Clipboard “COPY” Israel ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/181093/f-house-alroy-hazak-architects Clipboard Year: Area: 360 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” ArchDaily Architects: Alroy Hazak architects Area Area of this architecture project Photographs: Amit GironText description provided by the architects. Constructed in a pine wooded area, the Savyon house integrates with the rhythms and textures of the landscape. The envelope of the house is a steel structure with dramatic, custom wood frames that create continuity with the adjacent property both from the exterior views as well as from within the home. Save this picture!elevationRecommended ProductsDoorsSolarluxBi-Folding Doors – EcolineDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Sliding Door – Rabel 62 Slim Super ThermalEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcThe house is made of a wood and metal envelope. The reflection of the trees on the glass creates a continuation of the little wood. The wood and metal envelope transforms while wrapping the house; into a two story high library, and later becomes an interior partition. Save this picture!© Amit GironThe house is comprised of three wings: The wood and metal public wing, the bedrooms wing and the services wing. The last two are conventional plastered boxes which create a dialogue with the envelope by the reappearance of the wood in all the openings. The wood work anchors the house in its surroundings therefore they are all the office’s custom-made details. Save this picture!© Amit GironText provided by Alroy Hazak architects.Save this picture!© Amit GironProject gallerySee allShow lessHotel Liesma Proposal / Nobutaka Ashihara ArchitectArticlesThe Campaign for Safe Buildings SymposiumArticles Share Projects 2008 CopyAbout this officeAlroy Hazak architectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesZivonIsraelPublished on November 04, 2011Cite: “F house / Alroy Hazak architects” 04 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Tagged with: Digital Management The Big Give Volunteering AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 The Big Give launches trustee matching service Online giving site The Big Give has launched a new feature to help charities attract trustees and skilled volunteers.Charities can now announce to the public via on theBigGive.org.uk that they are looking for trustees. Visitors to the site can search for a charity in their field of interest and, when they find one, apply online to become a trustee.The Big Give has already enabled Village by Village to find a trustee with years of business experience. He travelled with the charity’s Chief Executive to Ghana and helped a number of struggling Ghanaian businessmen.www.theBigGive.org.uk Howard Lake | 22 February 2010 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 68 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1
Facebook Previous articleRecent thunderstorms lead to hazards; more storms to comeNext articlePolitiFrog: Survivor Tuesday roundup Luke Morand RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Luke Morandhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/luke-morand/ Luke Morand ReddIt Nursing student adopts missing dog; returns her to owners Condensed semester, lost week to snowstorm adding to some students stress during finals week Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course Linkedin Facebook Hannah Dooley, after being accepted to TCU, made a video on the Vivoom app to show off her excitement. Luke Morandhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/luke-morand/ Love it or hate it, TCU Alert is meant to keep you safe + posts Linkedin Twitter Twitter TCU A Cappella groups take on semifinals in Los Angeles Luke Morandhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/luke-morand/ The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years Luke Morandhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/luke-morand/ Yoga practicing families become a part of FW film history printHannah Dooley came home from swim practice one night to find an invitation from TCU to create a short video about her acceptance.Dooley, who is attending TCU on a swimming scholarship, draped a TCU blanket over her body while her sister recorded the video.The 18-year-old from Magnolia, Texas, performed a dance under her blanket. She shared the video on social media, attracting attention from the TCU Office of Admission.Masses of newly accepted students are making videos just like Hannah’s, thanks to a partnership between TCU and the digital marketing platform Vivoom.Students received an email from TCU asking them to download the Vivoom app and create a video to display their school pride and their excitement for their acceptance.Using the hashtag #TCU20, anybody can watch these short videos.“I had never heard of the app until I got the letter in the mail,” Dooley said. “It was a way to see the faces and reactions of the incoming students who got accepted.”She said utilizing the app was a great way to see other student’s ideas for making videos.Kenzie Cherniak also made a video and shared it on Facebook. The 17-year-old from Cedar Park, Texas, said she loved how TCU incorporated its own video footage into the app for accepted students to show their spirit.“It was really fun to see what everybody came up with,” Cherniak said. “I used it to announce my acceptance to my family.”Cherniak’s video shows her doing a TCU chant with her high school cheer team.“It incorporates my own background into my video,” Cherniak said. “It’s really a fun way to announce your acceptance and get everyone excited about the new class.”Cherniak said watching all of the other videos made her especially excited to be a part of the incoming class.Kirsten Hallmark, a 17-year-old from Boerne, Texas, made a video using her brother’s hover board to travel across the screen.Hallmark said TCU has always been in her family. Her father and uncle both attended TCU and her grandmother worked on campus.“All I did was take a video from the app and it put it into the customized TCU format,” Hallmark said.Hallmark said TCU is the first school she has seen utilize an app like this to bring together its accepted applicants.“It was for sure worth it,” Hallmark said. “TCU quoted my retweet and Gary Patterson followed me on Twitter.”Dooley, Cherniak, and Hallmark all said their videos were a lot of fun to make and made them excited to become a part of the Horned Frog family.
By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Previous articleWinning numbers drawn in ‘Lotto’ gameNext article060419_El_Pollo_Riendo_JF_07 Digital AIM Web Support Facebook Twitter Local News WhatsApp Man charged with giving fictional information to DPS troopers Christopher Enderby A 40-year-old man was arrested after he reportedly gave a number of fictional names including “Big Man Up Stairs” and “Zubacheck” after he was pulled over with incorrect license plates by the Texas Department of Public Safety.Christopher Riley Enderby was charged Sunday with possession of substance, a second-degree felony, fraud use or possession of identifying information, a second-degree felony, resisting arrest, a class A misdemeanor, and failure to identify, a class A misdemeanor.Enderby also has a failure to appear from a criminal trespass charge, a class B misdemeanor, from June 11, 2018, jail records show. He also reportedly had a warrant from Midland County.The reported traffic stop happened at 12:53 p.m. near the intersection of Farm-to-Market 2020 and North Tripp Avenue, the DPS affidavit stated.Enderby was pulled over after he failed to signal before turning and also had the wrong license plate attached to the front of a gold 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue, the affidavit detailed.When asked by troopers his name, Enderby reportedly gave the name “Big Man Up Stairs” and then “Zubacheck.” He reportedly continued to give fictional names and refused to identify.Enderby was placed under arrest at 1:10 p.m., the affidavit stated. He resisted arrested and multiple law enforcement personnel assisted in handcuffing him.Drugs were found inside the vehicle along with 10 pieces of bank information and identifying information for other people, the affidavit detailed. The type or amount of drugs wasn’t identifying in the affidavit.Enderby was arrested, charged and transported to the Ector County Law Enforcement Center. He had five bonds totaling $49,000 and was still in custody as of Tuesday afternoon, jail records show. Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest TAGS Facebook
Joe Raedle/Getty Images(CHICAGO) — The reptilian attraction that has taken Chicago by storm continues to evade capture, as authorities ramp up their search efforts and city residents yearn for a spotting.The alligator, which was first spotted Tuesday, has drawn quite the fan base as it dodges traps in the Humboldt Park lagoon.“I think they named him, what, ‘Chance the Snapper,’” onlooker Xavier Perez told ABC Chicago station WLS. “So coming out here to see Chance.”“I don’t really like them but I am really excited to see if it is out there in the lake,” Layla Ortiz told the station.Officials have been working day and night to humanely capture the animal, Jenny Schlueter, a spokeswoman for Chicago Animal Care and Control, told ABC News Friday.“It’s just not gonna be easy to do,” Schlueter said. “The traps are set around the clock … Chicago police department is on the scene or an animal control officer at all times, so someone is always there.”The alligator is believed to have been a pet that someone dropped in the lagoon, Schlueter said. The new territory, and the alligator’s need to acclimate to that territory, are possible reasons why the animal hasn’t taken to the traps, which include chicken drumsticks, fish and rats.“We don’t know when the alligator ate last, and if he’s not hungry or he’s too nervous to eat then it’s just a waiting game,” Schlueter added. “It could be weeks or months until he eats again.”The noise from the many residents may also be scaring off the reptile from surfacing, she noted.“Imagine, he was living in a bathtub or a tank and then to an 8-acre lagoon,” she said.The Chicago Animal Care and Control department connected with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Friday to try to come up with a plan as to how to capture the alligator before the weekend, according to Schlueter.The Illinois DNR is sending more officers to help and authorities are laying more traps.The alligator was last seen by a police officer around 2 a.m. Thursday, but has not been spotted since, according to Chicago police.“We haven’t trapped it yet,” Anthony Guglielmi, spokesman for the police department, wrote ABC News in an email. “The traps were set but he hasn’t taken the bait.”A volunteer with the Chicago Herpetological Society, known as Alligator Bob, is one of the many people assigned to the case. Members of the Illinois Conservation Police and Chicago Animal Care and Control have also been part of the search efforts.The Chicago Park District did not comment on updates to the case.Alligator Bob has monitored the animal’s movements and moved the traps as he sees fit, Schlueter said. The traps are checked every two hours.Police have put up a temporary fence and signs, reminding residents of the dangers.“The alligator is a wild animal and poses immense danger to any person who could come into contact with it,” Chicago police wrote in a tweet.Since 1998, the city has seen 20 alligators, Schlueter said. Some came through confiscating resident’s pets, while others were rescued from the Chicago River or Lake Michigan. She believes it is the first time an alligator has ever surfaced in the Humboldt Park lagoon.“It’s not usual,” she noted, “but it isn’t the first time it’s happened, either.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Written by August 19, 2019 /Sports News – Local BYU wins first game in Italy 92-64 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailFLORENCE, Italy – BYU men’s basketball opened its tour of Italy on Monday with a 92-64 victory over BC Silute, a Lithuanian professional team.Senior guard TJ Haws led BYU with a double-double of 23 points and 10 assists. Haws hit 7 of 10 from the field and 5 of 8 from 3-point range and added two steals. Yoeli Childs (16 points), Jake Toolson (13 points) and Zac Seljaas (12 points) also scored in double figures. Toolson grabbed a team-best 10 rebounds while Childs and Gavin Baxter added eight apiece.The Cougars led 51-32 at the half, shot 46.1 percent from the field and out-rebounded BC Silute 50-27. BYU also assisted on 31 of its 35 made field goals.On Tuesday, the Cougars play their second of four games when they face LCC International from Lithuania at Arena Altero Feilici in Rome. The game is scheduled to tip at 8 p.m. in Italy (12 p.m. MT). Tags: BYU Cougars Basketball Robert Lovell
October 9, 2019 /Sports News – National NBA events canceled in China as fallout over Hong Kong tweet continues FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(SHANGHAI) — As the fallout over a since-deleted tweet voicing support for Hong Kong by the general manager of an American basketball team continues in China, several NBA Cares events were abruptly canceled this week in Shanghai.Meanwhile, the world of esports is navigating a controversy of its own, after a high-profile gamer from Hong Kong was banned from the platform Blizzard for voicing support for protesters in Hong Kong during a post-game interview. In a statement announcing his removal, Blizzard said they were banning player Blitzchung for violating its competition rules by engaging in an act that “offends a portion or group of the public, or otherwise damages Blizzard image.”Both cases have illustrated the difficulty of navigating China’s lucrative market.Before the controversial tweet, the Rockets were one of the most beloved teams in China. On Oct 4., its general manager Daryl Morey tweeted in support of pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong. While the tweet was quickly deleted, the backlash was swift. Within a few days, China’s state-run broadcasting network ordered a blackout of NBA coverage. China’s internet giant Tencent, which inked a five-year, $1.5 billion deal in August to stream NBA games in China, also announced that they will not play Rockets games.Morey has apologized, and the Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta said that Morey does not speak for them. Rockets players James Harden and Russell Westbrook apologized at a news conference, with Harden adding, “We love China, we love playing there.”Nonetheless, the fallout from the tweet continues in China. On Wednesday, video spread on social media of an NBA banner being ripped off the side of a building in Shanghai.The NBA said that it was not its decision to call off Wednesday’s NBA Cares event with the Lakers, which was supposed to benefit the Special Olympics. On Tuesday, a separate NBA Cares event with the Brooklyn Nets at a school in Shanghai was also called off by the Chinese government. NBA commissioner Adam Silver said that they would still donate computers to the education center as planned, according to ESPN.In a statement announcing their decision to suspend plans to broadcast a series of NBA preseason games, China’s state-owned broadcasting network CCTV said it is “strongly dissatisfied and opposed” to Silver’s “claim to support Morey’s free expression of rights.”“We believe that any speech that challenges national sovereignty and social stability is not within the scope of freedom of speech,” the statement added. “To this end, CCTV Sports Channel of the Central Radio and Television General Administration decided to immediately suspend the current broadcast arrangements of the NBA preseason [China Games] and immediately investigate all cooperation and exchanges involving the NBA.”As the NBA is still reeling from the fallout, the world of esports was rocked by a separate scandal after a high-profile gamer from Hong Kong spoke out in support of the anti-government demonstrations in an interview — and then was abruptly banned from the competition.Ng Wai Chung, known by his gaming handle “Blitzchung,” was banned from the platform Blizzard, where he was competing in a Hearthstone tournament, after a post-game interview supporting protesters in Hong Kong. In a statement announcing his removal, Blizzard said they were banning Blitzchung for violating its competition rules by engaging in an act that “offends a portion or group of the public, or otherwise damages Blizzard image.”On Wednesday, #BoycottBlizard was trending on Twitter in the U.S. Chung has not publicly responded to the news, but his Twitter bio was updated to read that he was “banned” as a grandmaster and states: “Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong.”The move drew bipartisan criticism from lawmakers on Twitter.“Blizzard shows it is willing to humiliate itself to please the Chinese Communist Party,” Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., said in a tweet. “No American company should censor calls for freedom to make a quick buck.”Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., shared the Blizzard news on Twitter, writing, “Recognize what’s happening here. People who don’t live in #China must either self-censor or face dismissal & suspensions.”“China using access to market as leverage to crush free speech globally. Implications of this will be felt long after everyone in U.S. politics today is gone,” he added. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lund
Belvoir has completed the acquisition of West Midlands based Goodchilds Estate Agents and Lettings Ltd, taking the number of offices in its network to 211.Founded by David Warke in 2004, Goodchilds, which has 16 property sales and lettings branches located across the West Midlands, will now become part of Belvoir-owned Newton Fallowell group, under the leadership of Chief Executive, Mark Newton.Mark Newton said, “I am really looking forward to Goodchilds coming on board, and welcoming a further 16 offices to the Newton Fallowell network, which will bring the total to 46.“The balance of lettings and property sales within the Goodchilds network is currently 70 per cent lettings and 30 per cent estate agency. Newton Fallowell’s strength and expertise in estate agency will help to enhance the sales side of the business and the added support of Belvoir as a parent company will greatly benefit all aspects of business growth.”Aside from significantly increase the volume of offices in Belvoir’s network, the acquisition of Goodchilds has also boosted the number of properties managed by the firm to 35,000.“The acquisition represents a clear strategic fit with our acquisition strategy of building a network based on multi-brand franchises, which will increase market share and geographic coverage,” said Dorian Gonsalves (left), Belvoir’s Director of Commercial and Franchising.He added, “When Belvoir floated on the London Stock Exchange in 2012 we made a clear promise to our network and our investors that we would reach 200 offices before the end of 2016. The acquisition of Goodchilds just two months after the acquisition of Newton Fallowell now puts us well ahead of this target and with further acquisitions in the pipeline, we are looking forward to breaking new barriers in the future.”Meanwhile, MartinCo Plc, one of the UK’s largest property franchises, has rebranded as The Property Franchise Group.The decision to rebrand was taken by the Board of the parent company MartinCo Plc after two years of sharp growth and the expansion of its property brands from one to five – the Property Franchise Group consists of five estate agencies across England, Scotland and Wales: CJ Hole, Ellis & Co, Martin & Co, Parkers, and Whitegates – and a network of almost 300 offices.“We floated Martin & Co on the stock market and it became MartinCo Plc. But after we acquired the four brands of CJ Hole, Ellis & Co, Parkers and Whitegates we felt it made sense to use a trading name that better explains our business model, which is to be the dominant owner of multiple property franchise brands in the UK,” said CEO Ian Wilson (right).The parent company name will remain MartinCo Plc, according to Wilson, but he insisted that the firm wanted to offer “equal balance to all our brands.”Mr Wilson also revealed that the fast-growing business has set a goal of reaching a network of 500 offices by 2018, including organic growth and the acquisition of more brands.MartinCo rebranded acquisition Belvoir acquires Goodchilds The Property Franchise Group October 9, 2015The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles 40% of tenants planning a move now that Covid has eased says Nationwide3rd May 2021 Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Belvoir acquires Goodchilds previous nextAgencies & PeopleBelvoir acquires GoodchildsBelvoir’s latest acquisition takes its network to 216 offices, while MartinCo has rebranded as The Property Franchise Group.The Negotiator9th October 201501,147 Views
June 30, 2014 View post tag: NUSHIP Canberra Share this article View post tag: Navy View post tag: RANSSSS Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today NUSHIP Canberra’s Crew Attends RANSSSS NUSHIP Canberra’s Crew Attends RANSSSS The members of NUSHIP Canberra’s crew who were selected as Standing Sea Fire and Emergency Party underwent training at the Royal Australian Navy School of Survivability and Ship’s Safety (RANSSSS) in Jervis Bay. View post tag: Naval The training conducted at the school in May aimed to enhance the skills of the Standing Sea Fire and Emergency Party in the fire fighting and leak repair techniques specific to Canberra, and also to build cohesion within the team.The Standing Sea Fire and Emergency Party are the first onboard the ship to respond to any emergency and are the core of the damage control organisation at sea. Once the alarm is raised for a fire, flood or toxic hazard the team has a standard time in which they must arrive at the scene and begin to deal with the problem.The team used the training to become familiar with new equipment, two new fire hose nozzles, the 38mm and the 64mm. The whole team used the nozzles and became familiar with them as they differ significantly from the Elkhart nozzle that is standard throughout the rest of the Fleet.The Standing Sea Fire and Emergency Party also worked with the new Mk IV OCCABA breathing apparatus to be used onboard Canberra.[mappress]Press Release, June 30, 2014; Image: Australian Navy View post tag: attends View post tag: News by topic View post tag: crew View post tag: Asia-Pacific
Professor Gavin Screaton, Head of Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division, said: “We are enormously grateful to Lakshmi Mittal and his family for their incredibly generous support at this critical moment. By securing the future of this pivotal leadership post, the University can continue to deliver and grow its world-leading vaccine research and focus on pandemic preparedness. In 2005, Forbes ranked Mittal as the third-richest person in the world. As of 2016, the Sunday Times Rich List estimated his net worth at around £7.12 billion. The University of Oxford has received a donation of £3.5 million from billionaire steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal, to aid the development of a COVID-19 vaccine. The University of Oxford is leading the race for the development of a coronavirus vaccine, with large scale human trials taking place the UK, Brazil, and South Africa. Professor Adrian Hill is heading up this effort, and has previously stated he hoped that a vaccine would be viable for October. This is not the first time that Mittal has donated to medical pursuits. In 2008 the Mittals donated £15 million to the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London in order to partially fund the new Mittal Children’s Medical Centre. In 2014, ArcelorMittal was also a founding member of the Ebola Private Sector Mobilisation Group, which coordinated the private sector response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. This year, he made a donation of ₹100 crores to the PM CARES fund during the COVID-19 outbreak in India. “After a fascinating conversation with Professor Hill, my family and I concluded that the work he and his team are doing is not only extraordinary but essential, not just for this current crisis but for other challenges we may face in the future. The University of Oxford Development Office said: “Boosted by a further £1.75 million in matched funding from the University, the Mittal family’s gift has enabled the permanent endowment of the post. Not only will this allow Professor Hill to continue with his vital research, but will also help to ensure that Oxford remains at the forefront of vaccine development for generations to come.” Commenting on the donation, Mittal said: “This year has been a wake-up call to the world to be better prepared for pandemics, which, as we have all experienced, can cause massive social and economic disruption. “The importance of dedicated and ongoing research in this field cannot be overestimated and we are delighted to be supporting this vaccinology professorship at Oxford.” Mittal, the CEO of the largest steel company in the world, ArcelorMittal, is making an endowment for the post of professor of vaccinology in the Oxford Jenner Institute. The post will be known as the Lakshmi Mittal and Family Professorship of Vaccinology, in recognition of this support. “The results of this work will have a significant impact on people’s lives around the world and will enable humanity to respond with even greater speed to the next global pandemic. The progress of Oxford’s vaccine candidate for COVID-19, which is currently in human trials, underlines the vital contribution that Oxford is currently making to this field.” Image credit to D Wells