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Silver House / Hyde + Hyde Architects

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first_imgArchDaily Erco Structural Engineer: Houses Richards Partnership Ltd Silver House / Hyde + Hyde Architects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/882203/silver-house-hyde-plus-hyde-architects Clipboard CopyHouses•United Kingdom ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/882203/silver-house-hyde-plus-hyde-architects Clipboard Silver House / Hyde + Hyde ArchitectsSave this projectSaveSilver House / Hyde + Hyde ArchitectsSave this picture!© Michael Sinclair+ 15 Share Architects: Hyde + Hyde Architects Year Completion year of this architecture project 2017 Planning Consultant: Photographs:  Michael Sinclair Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CB3 Consult Limited Save this picture!© Michael SinclairPerched up high on a limestone cliff on the Gower Peninsula, where the Bristol Channel meets the Atlantic Ocean, this cherished part of the Wales coastline was the first recognised Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the UK.Save this picture!© Michael SinclairThe Silver’s family’s move to this spot looking out towards Oxwich Point was a statement in itself. They wanted to escape. They craved peace and solitude away from London. They wanted to feel part of the natural environment and reconnect with nature.The warmth of wood protects them. Exposed beams echo the tectonic construction of agricultural buildings. The stone reminds them of the many miles of dry stone walls built on Gower in the medieval tradition, and protects them from the heavy storms that pass over. Save this picture!© Michael SinclairRecently, Silver House was awarded the Royal Society of Architects Wales “Best Building of 2017”. It also won Highly Commended at the Sunday Times British Homes Awards (large house of the year category) was nominated for Wales’ Gold Medal for Architecture at the 2017 National Eisteddfod of Wales and is shortlisted for The Daily Telegraph Homebuilding & Renovating Awards 2017, the Build It Awards 2017, the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2017 and the Blueprint Awards 2017.Save this picture!© Michael SinclairThese accolades reflect Hyde + Hyde’s innovative approach. And just as it did with Silver House, the process always starts with the personal stories of the clients. This work has just as much to do with raw emotion as it does with raw materials.Save this picture!© Michael SinclairEven before the preliminary sketches are drawn, there are conversations to be had, questions to be asked. What are you most passionate about? Who do you read, listen and learn from? Who inspires you? What are your hopes dreams and ambitions? “It’s important to get personal,” says Kristian. “Our clients come to us with a desire to create something more than just a design aesthetic. They like the idea that we can help them reflect who they are and what their home means to them. We question how they live, open up new ways of celebrating this life. This whole process is about them making their personal mark, telling a story that will last through the ages.”Save this picture!© Michael SinclairJust as each project resonates with an intimate narrative, every design also has a strong connection with the environment and the forces of nature. Silver House provides the perfect illustration of how this works in practice.Save this picture!1st Floor PlanSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanThe embedded visual iconography of the home captures the remote coastal nature of the site and the vernacular heritage nearby. It responds to the untamed weather fronts that pass over the peninsula. It endures and celebrates its wild context. Save this picture!© Michael SinclairThe internal programme of Silver House reacts to the shifting coastal light throughout the day. The kitchen is located towards the rising sun, living spaces for midday, with the master bedroom facing the setting sun.Save this picture!© Michael SinclairProject gallerySee allShow lessStefano Boeri Architetti Unveils Vertical Forest Tower for Megaproject in ParisUnbuilt ProjectThis Ultra-Thin Concrete Structure Was Constructed Using a Novel Steel-Net Formwork …Architecture News Sharecenter_img United Kingdom Photographs Lighting Consultant: Client:PrivateArchitects In Charge:Kay Hyde, Kristian HydeCountry:United KingdomMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Michael SinclairText description provided by the architects. Ask Kay and Kristian Hyde to name the things that help make a good design a great place to live, you can never be quite sure what the response will be. It might be light, space and good poetry. Or a search for a certain gravitas.In the case of Silver House, it was authenticity, dignity, and a certain architectural integrity. M&E Consultant: Shaun Condron Partnership Quantity Surveyor: “COPY” Asbri Planning Limited Manufacturers: IQ Glass, Standing Seam Anthrazinc Year:  Projects “COPY” CopyAbout this officeHyde + Hyde ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesUnited KingdomPublished on October 25, 2017Cite: “Silver House / Hyde + Hyde Architects” 25 Oct 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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While this riverfront was built from afar, it turned out perfectly

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first_img127 Laurel Ave, ChelmerAlmost 50 years ago, Victoria O’Neill celebrated a friend’s wedding at 127 Laurel Ave, Chelmer.“We used to come out here all the time to swim and play tennis,” Ms O’Neill said.“I think the wedding reception was on the tennis court.”Several years later, Ms O’Neill and her husband Paul not only secured ownership of the prime riverside property, but completely transformed it into what it is today – a magnificent family residence. 127 Laurel Ave, ChelmerFour more bedrooms are on the upper level while there is separate guest accommodation over the garage.Drive along leafy Laurel Ave and the only sign of this property is a large front gate, as the house itself is towards the riverbank at the end of a long driveway.Any traffic noise is created by watercraft rather than motor vehicles.“During the week we get the Mirimar going up to Lone Pine, and you see kayakers coming past,” Ms O’Neill said. DETAILS 127 Laurel Ave, ChelmerThe outdoor space includes a grass tennis court, pool, sprawling level lawn and a gazebo with timber decking.Both the interior and exterior have been enhanced over time to service a growing family.“About 10 years after we built, we did an upgrade to add some features that were attractive to us and the way we were living in the house,” Mr O’Neill said.“We found we were using much more of the outside, so we put a barbecue feature in and the outdoor fireplace which you’ll see in a few places like Huka Lodge in New Zealand.”The dining room was converted into a library and a wine cellar, while nearby is a contemporary kitchen equipped with a range of V-Zug appliances.A lower-level main bedroom has a large walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with a claw foot bathtub.center_img 127 Laurel Ave, ChelmerThey bought the 3122sq m allotment, with 40m of Brisbane River frontage, in 1993 while living in Hong Kong.From their overseas base, the couple organised the demolition of the original fibro house before constructing the existing double-storey home.It was in the days before the internet ruled the world.“We got a phone call saying, ‘You can build a house by fax, but we think you’ve chosen the wrong colour paint’,” Ms O’Neill said. “And I had, it was yellow and as they said, it looked like you were in the middle of an egg yolk.”The colour mishap was the only glitch in the creation of a house that is as impressive today as it was when the O’Neills returned from East Asia to enjoy their new home with their four children.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agolast_img read more

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GRIN AND BEAR IT: After rocky 1st half, Syracuse rallies to blowout victory over Maine

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first_imgRyan Nassib missed the opening. It was there, if he had just tucked the ball and ran a second or so earlier. But by the time he had scampered for three yards, the Maine defense closed on him. Fourth-and-goal at the four. Nassib stared at the possibility — another halftime deficit to Maine. And he hoped SU head coach Doug Marrone would give him one more shot to cap a momentous series that would alter Syracuse’s fortunes against lowly Maine. Nassib’s worries were soon put aside. For Marrone, down by four, it was touchdown or bust. And for Nassib, it was touchdown. ‘I was a little surprised,’ Nassib said of his coach’s decision. ‘I was hoping he was going to go for it. I’m just happy he gave me the ball.’ With the touchdown strike to Jose Cruz that ensued on fourth down, Nassib and the SU offense erased one poor half of play and shifted momentum in favor of the Orange going into the locker room. Syracuse (2-1) rode the momentum the rest of the way, never looking back in an eventual 38-14 blowout of the Black Bears (1-2) in front of 37,758 inside the Carrier Dome on Saturday. The win was SU’s first in a home opener since 2004.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Nassib had five touchdown passes, setting an SU record. He finished 19-for-28 for 260 yards on the day. Only 1-for-4 in the first quarter, Nassib perhaps best exemplified the shift in the Orange’s play in the second quarter, culminating in the touchdown pass to Cruz with 27 seconds left in the half. ‘There was no doubt that we were going to score,’ Cruz said. ‘There wasn’t even a word in the huddle saying, ‘Oh, we have to get this.’ We came out confident, and we were ready to score the touchdown.’ The touchdown marked the turning point. Because in the first half, Maine looked like the dominant, confident team. The FBS team. And the Big East team. The Black Bears started off the game with a trick play of sorts — a reverse handoff on the kickoff return that Desmon Randall promptly returned to the Syracuse 31-yard line. After that, though, Maine kept it simple. Simple and methodical. There was the 14-play, 84-yard drive that took almost eight minutes off the clock in the first quarter, culminating in a Warren Smith quarterback keeper that he took 10 yards to the end zone. And there was the five-play, 56-yard drive in which Smith found a wide-open Justin Perillo in the left corner of the end zone. ‘I am definitely not the ‘Here we go again’ type,’ Marrone said. ‘I look at things differently. I thought it was a great opportunity to see what we were made of. … There are probably some people out there saying, ‘Here we go again.’ I know I wasn’t one of them, and I don’t think our players were.’ The tide started to change when Derrell Smith forced a fumble in wrapping up Warren Smith. The SU linebacker pounced on the ball, giving the Orange the ball on Maine’s 24-yard line. The forced fumble came directly after Maine running back Derek Session dropped a sure touchdown pass near midfield. Session found himself past SU cornerback Mike Holmes and the SU defense, but he proceeded to turn his head and look ahead, losing sight of the ball as it bounced off his chest. ‘We picked up the next play and didn’t allow that play to get us down,’ Smith said. ‘It was just a mishap. I’m not sure what happened, the next play we came out and we played our defense.’ Down 14-10, Nassib and the offense embarked on the game-changing drive. After moving to Maine’s eight-yard line, SU sputtered the first three tries at goal. But on fourth-and-goal, Nassib improvised and scrambled right, eventually flinging a perfect strike to a falling-down Cruz for the momentous touchdown. Syracuse kept its pedal to the floor all the way through the third quarter. Nassib launched 20-plus-yard touchdown passes to wide-open Alec Lemon, Nick Provo and Van Chew. Two plays into the fourth quarter, SU had a 24-point lead and the game in hand. It spring-boarded from Marrone’s decision, Nassib’s throw and Cruz’s catch that Hogue said had the Orange energized at halftime. The opening was there, and this time, Nassib seized it. And going into the locker room, SU had shown Marrone enough to give them an energized proclamation at halftime. Said Marrone: ‘I told them, ‘We’re winning a football game.” [email protected] Published on September 19, 2010 at 12:00 pm Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Clippers rooting for Markelle Fultz – but not on Thursday

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first_imgIt was the type of performance one might have imagined when the 76ers drafted him No. 1 overall in 2017.And it was the type of performance that almost no one would have imagined during the two seasons he spent in Philadelphia, when a perplexing nerve condition in his neck and shoulder destroyed his jump shot and put his future in doubt.“It was huge, a big milestone,” Fultz told reporters Wednesday night after the win over the Lakers. “I think it just shows that I’m a No. 1 pick. I let my game do the talking.”That is, indeed, the case, Orlando coach Steve Clifford said of Fultz, who is just 21.“He works; he’s a throwback guy,” Clifford said. “The younger players in our league have become more and more challenging, because they’re younger and they have less experiences and, say, even 10 years ago, most of the younger guys you got in the league had performed well in college. LOS ANGELES — Add Doc Rivers to the quite-crowded Happy For Markelle Fultz Club.“I’m just very happy for him,” the Clippers coach said before his squad took on Fultz’s Orlando Magic on Thursday night at Staples Center. “I don’t want to be too happy for him tonight – but it was fun watching him (Wednesday) night.”On Wednesday, Fultz was the hero for the short-handed Magic. He finished with his second career triple-double (21 points, 10 assists and 11 rebounds) and came through with the clutch plays down the stretch in an unlikely victory over the Lakers at Staples Center, where Orlando snapped their nine-game winning streak and handed LeBron and Co. their first loss to a team with a sub-.500 record this season.The Lakers didn’t make it easy, rallying from a 21-point deficit to take a four-point lead in the fourth quarter – when Fultz scored six points on 3-for-4 shooting and recorded four assists. “Now you get a lot of guys who, frankly, haven’t even played well, you know, except in AAU, and yet they want to be treated as if they had. He’s the opposite of that. He understands that the NBA is about performing, that you’re gonna get what you earn.”Clippers guard Rodney McGruder was watching when Fultz went to work Wednesday, just as he – and the rest of the NBA – has been watching as the former Washington star muddled through his first two professional seasons.“He looked good last night, and that’s just a testament to his work ethic, and his confidence in himself and whoever’s around him, they’re keeping him afloat through the tough times he has in Philly,” McGruder said. “You root for everyone who’s trying to overcome anything, I’m happy to see him have success.”Just not too much success Thursday.PAUL GEORGE WILL TRAVELAlthough forward Paul George missed his fourth consecutive game on Thursday with a hamstring strain he suffered in practice on Jan. 8, Rivers said the Clippers’ star was expected to join the team on their six-game trip. The excursion begins Saturday in New Orleans and concludes Jan. 28 at Staples Center, when they’ll be the “visitors” against the Lakers.“He’s goin’ on the trip,” said Rivers, who didn’t have much more to report other than George did some shooting at Thursday morning’s shootaround session.The Clippers are 9-6 without George in the lineup. George – who is averaging 23.5 points, 6 rebounds and 3.7 assists – also missed the first 11 games while he finished rehabbing from offseason shoulder surgeries.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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