Baliol Residence / Grieve Gillett Andersen

first_img Photographs Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/937325/baliol-residence-grieve-gillett-andersen Clipboard Save this picture!© Sam Noonan+ 19Curated by Paula Pintos Share Area:  532 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Dimitty Andersen Photographs:  Sam Noonan Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses Soriano Constructions Lead Architects: “COPY” ArchDaily Builder: Year:  Australia CopyHouses, Houses Interiors, Sustainability•College Park, Australia Architects: Grieve Gillett Andersen Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeGrieve Gillett AndersenOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsSustainabilityCollege ParkOn FacebookAustraliaPublished on April 10, 2020Cite: “Baliol Residence / Grieve Gillett Andersen” 10 Apr 2020. ArchDaily. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/937325/baliol-residence-grieve-gillett-andersen Clipboard Baliol Residence / Grieve Gillett AndersenSave this projectSaveBaliol Residence / Grieve Gillett Andersen Baliol Residence / Grieve Gillett Andersen Landscape: Design Team:Dimitty Andersen, Tim Fenton, Dino Vrynios, Kimberley HarbisonClients:PrivateEngineering:PT DesignCity:College ParkCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Sam NoonanRecommended ProductsGlassDip-TechDigital Ceramic Glass PrintingFaucetsDornbrachtBathroom Fittings – TARAWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensDoorsJansenDoors – Folding and SlidingText description provided by the architects. The brief for Baliol Residence was to provide a three-bedroom family home with living areas and studio that would complement busy family life. The house is located in a tightly held suburb of Adelaide, South Australia within a Heritage Conservation Zone, where the urban context is characterised by large homes in landscape settings.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanThe design is complementary to its historical context with a clearly contemporary architectural response. The layout of the house is surprisingly modest for its location and the architecture captures a feeling of understated luxury that is engaging and enduring.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Sam NoonanDespite the historic context, Baliol is clearly the new kid on the block. The barn shaped frontage gives way to an edgy modernist building form, which responds to the contemporary ease and practicality of busy family life. There is a modest number of rooms but a comfortable footprint and generous internal volume.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanKey design features include two distinct building volumes that are interconnected through architectural treatment, while a concrete base plinth grounds and connects the building forms and creates a unifying design aesthetic at a large scale.Save this picture!SectionThe windows and doors are full height to enable spatial flow internally and externally. Throughout the home materials and colour treatment are large scale to complement the scale of the building, and the interior design provides definition of space.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanExternally details are spare and the design focuses on strong links to the garden and a simple materials palette. High quality materials including brass mesh, Basket Range sandstone, VM Zinc, steel plate, steel frames and polished concrete were used throughout the project in respect the site context. Visual clutter has been minimised at the macro scale with careful treatment of fencing, downpipes and the landscape design.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanSustainability was highly considered at the early stages of design for the house. The house is oriented with consideration of solar access and shading. Double glazed units minimise heat gain in summer and stabilise internal comfort throughout the year. Hydronic underfloor heating provides a long-term efficient heating solution for family comfort.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanThe slab is insulated to minimise heat loss and landscape elements close to the house were designed at the outset to minimise heat load surrounding the house. The tennis court is synthetic turf minimizing water consumption and ongoing maintenance.Project gallerySee allShow lessGIR Store / Studio AUTORISelected ProjectsKowa Public Apartment Complex in Mihama / studio velocitySelected Projects Share 2017 Virginia Kennett Garden Design “COPY” Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Vibia, Austral Bricks, Dulux, Hebel, Kartell, LOCKER GROUP, Viridian, Acratex, Adealaide Marble Specialists, Alex Earl, Basket range quarry, Capral, Ellie Cashman, Premix concrete, Surface Squared, Trimble Navigation, VMZINClast_img read more

UGA in Griffin

first_imgBy Faith PeppersUniversity of GeorgiaToday, 15 University of Georgia students made history. They were the first undergraduate students to attend classes toward a UGA degree in Griffin, Ga.”This is a pivotal, historic moment for the UGA Griffin campus and the metro Atlanta Southern Arch,” said Gerald Arkin, assistant dean for the Griffin campus of the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.”UGA degree programs are now available and accessible to students, particularly place-bound students, that would otherwise not be able to get a UGA degree,” Arkin said.The program has attracted a collection of traditional and nontraditional college students from across the south metro Atlanta area.On the Griffin campus, these students will have two degree options: a biological science major that will lead to a bachelor of science in agriculture and an environmental resource science major that will lead to a bachelor of science in environmental sciences.The new teaching program offers students the benefit of study close to home, with world-class facilities, laboratories and faculty members.The century-old Griffin campus has long been a nationally respected agricultural research facility. It’s home to some of the world’s most respected agricultural, environmental and food scientists. To enter the Griffin-based program, students must have 60 transferable hours of course work. To make that transition easier, UGA is partnering with nearby Gordon College in a two-plus-two program. Students do their freshman and sophomore work at Gordon and transfer to UGA at Griffin to complete the degree.”I watched both of the first two classes as they began, and things are going well,” Arkin said. “We started out on the right foot.” Besides the core students on the Athens campus, the CAES also offers degrees through their Tifton, Ga., campus, in a similar arrangement with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. That program graduated its first class of students in May.last_img read more

It’s time to own the payment relationship

first_imgPayment options are among the stickiest of services.by: Matt WilcoxIt’s no longer news that payment relationships are one, if not the, wave of the financial services future. Experts have harped on the subject ad infinitum.People like me have harped on it, too. And part of the message seems to have gotten through loud and clear.Financial institution decision-makers are well aware that rising adoption trends attest to demand, and that being slow to supply risks losing business to speedier competitors.It is no idle threat. As mobile options supplant in-person transactions, it becomes easier for once-loyal clients to disengage and defect.Readers of Credit Union Magazine need no reminder of the value of sticky products, and payment options are proving themselves among the stickiest. continue reading » 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

INDOT Forces One Lane Traffic On I-74 Thursday

first_imgIndiana Department of Transportation is closing the right lane of westbound Interstate 74 approaching the 154 mile marker. INDOT maintenance crews are setting barrels and placing signs east of Batesville this afternoon to route traffic around a section of failed pavement. Single-lane traffic will be maintained for approximately half a mile in the westbound left lane.Plans are being made at this time for scheduling emergency repairs at the I-74 site where a slab of concrete pavement has dropped several inches below grade. Meanwhile, lane restrictions will continue until repairs can be finalized.last_img read more

Bye bye, Miss American pie

first_imgMadeleine Mullaney, a freshman majoring in environmental studies, participates in the annual Pie-a-Bruin fundraiser at Tommy Trojan Tuesday. The event was organized by the USC and UCLA branches of Camp Kesem, a group that brings summer camp to kids whose parents have been affected by cancer.last_img