12-249 Laurentians Home / BONE Structure®

first_imgPhotographs:  Ulysse Lemerise / OSA Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyHouses•Wentworth, Canada Projects Canada Photographs 12-249 Laurentians Home / BONE Structure® Save this picture!© Ulysse Lemerise / OSA+ 15 Share 2013 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/802345/12-249-laurentians-home-bone-structure-r Clipboard Architects: BONE Structure® Area Area of this architecture project Housescenter_img Year:  Manufacturers: Caesarstone, Maibec, ShalwinSave this picture!© Ulysse Lemerise / OSARecommended ProductsPatio FurnitureSwisspearlFiber Cement Garden PlantersPatio FurnitureLamitechEX2 Compact plastic laminateWoodEGGERLaminatesPatio FurnitureCaneplex DesignUmbrellas – CocopalmText description provided by the architects. Quebec is known worldwide for its picturesque landscapes and natural beauty – and along the horizon a new technology is disrupting how North Americans are building their homes. At the forefront of high-performance custom homes lies BONE Structure®, a company devoted to designing and building energy efficient steel structure homes. Save this picture!© Ulysse Lemerise / OSASituated two hours northwest of Montreal, in the township of Wentworth, this 3,000 sq. ft. home is characterized by its open concept main floor and easy access walk-out basement. Save this picture!Floor PlanThe wrap-around balcony encourages the occupants to step outside and enjoy the natural view of the Laurentians. Indoors, they continue to breathe easy in the completely open-concept main floor. The sense of peace comes from a combination of the open floor plan and the 15’ ceilings above the living and lounge space. The floor to ceiling black aluminum windows allow light to completely flood the social spaces of the main floor and highlight the elegantly simple furnishings of the home. The main floor boasts primarily white furnishings, accented with natural wooden and sandy tones that complement the natural forest outside. Most notably, the kitchen stands out on its own, with its quartz Caesarstone countertop and black walnut natural tone cabinets. The polished concrete flooring that supports this floor is radiant and emits heat as necessary for comfort in the chilly Canadian winter months. The master bedroom has arguably one of the best views in the house and a personal walk-out balcony that allows occupants to completely immerse themselves in it.Save this picture!© Ulysse Lemerise / OSADescending into the walkout basement, guests may find themselves seated in the supplementary lounge space or in one of the two additional bedrooms available in the home. The walkout to the outdoors is an excellent complement to the balcony of the main floor. Guests can now venture outside, unrestricted and as far into the woods as desired.Save this picture!Floor PlanThis home would not have been complete without the exterior’s classic finish of wood siding from Maibec, outlined with black metal that gives this home its modern feel. Save this picture!Courtesy of BONE Structure®Save this picture!DetailSave this picture!© Ulysse Lemerise / OSABONE Structure challenges the traditional construction process with its innovative patented steel construction system, allowing a home of this size to be built and ready to move in within a few months. All BONE Structure homes are pre-engineered to the highest standards with incomparable precision and flexibility; while making it simple and fun for their clients. Save this picture!© Ulysse Lemerise / OSAProject gallerySee allShow lessResidence S-91 / Design Buro ArchitectsSelected ProjectsAedas Releases Plans for Blooming Bamboo-Inspired Tower in ChinaArchitecture News Share Area:  3000 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project 12-249 Laurentians Home / BONE Structure®Save this projectSave12-249 Laurentians Home / BONE Structure® “COPY” ArchDaily CopyAbout this officeBONE Structure®OfficeFollowProductsWoodSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWentworthCanadaPublished on January 10, 2017Cite: “12-249 Laurentians Home / BONE Structure®” 10 Jan 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Baseball earns series win over No. 4 Texas Tech

first_imgOutfielders power TCU past Texas Tech, 6-4The Frogs took an early 3-0 lead in the first inning. With bases loaded for the Frogs after a hit by right fielder A.J. Balta and two consecutive walks to designated hitter Michael Landestoy and center fielder Johnny Rizer, shortstop Adam Oviedo cleared the bases with a first-pitch double down the third base line to left field.The Red Raiders responded with a groundout RBI by second baseman Gabe Holt, taking one from the Frogs making it 3-1 in the top of the third inning.The Red Raiders cut TCU’s lead to 3-2 after two walks from the Frogs’ starting pitcher Nick Lodolo in the fourth inning. They continued to work their way back and took their first lead of the night in the top of the fifth on a sacrifice fly by left fielder Grant Little. The Red Raiders were being no-hit through the first three innings.Lodolo came into this game ranked second in the Big 12 with 63 strikeouts. He added five more strikeouts on the night after going 4 and 1/3 innings, giving up three earned runs.The Frogs took the lead right back in the bottom of the fifth with a two-run home run to right field from Balta.Rizer hit a one-out solo home run to the same spot as Balta’s to pad the TCU’s lead to 6-4 in the bottom of the eighth. The pair of home runs from Balta and Rizer were each their second of the season.TCU was aggressive on the base paths, attempting to steal whenever they could off of Red Raiders starting pitcher Davis Martin. Texas Tech had only thrown out seven of 54 runners coming into this series.“It was all about Martin,” head coach Jim Schlossnagle said. “We knew he had a really good pickoff move, but he’s also got a really slow leg to home plate. I think that’s everybody’s plan for a guy like that.”Right-handed pitcher Sean Wymer came in for the Frogs and recorded five strikeouts, going three-and-two-thirds innings before Durbin Feltman came in for the Frogs to close the game in the ninth.Feltman had a one-two-three inning sealing the win for the Horned Frogs that put the closer into a tie with Riley Ferrell for the all-time saves record with 32 career saves. ReddIt TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Breaking barriers: Trailblazing women in sports media ReddIt Previous articleMen’s tennis falls in Big 12 SemifinalsNext articleThe Leap 4/27/2018 Alexa Hines RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook print Sophomore pitcher Charles King got the nod to start Saturday’s game and began with a strong first two innings, allowing only one hit.The wheels came off the wagon for King quickly as Texas Tech broke the scoreless tie in commanding fashion in the third inning. A five-hit, four-run third inning was the difference-maker in tonight’s contest.The Red Raiders scored their first run on a sacrifice fly to center field, scoring catcher Braxton Fulford. After the out, three consecutive hits from Texas Tech scored three runs by Holt, Little and third baseman Josh Jung before a groundout and flyout got the Frogs out of the inning.With two runners in scoring position, first-year pitcher Caleb Sloan replaced King in the fifth inning. King allowed four runs on 10 hits in 4.2 innings pitched.The Red Raiders extended their lead in the top of the sixth inning. Brian Klein’s double scored Gabe Holt from second base, giving Texas Tech a five-run lead.Klein travelled around the diamond and scored on a groundout from Little three batters later. His run put the Horned Frogs down six runs, a major test for the Frogs against TTU’s incredible pitching.Sloan allowed two runs on two hits in 2.1 innings pitched. Sophomore Trey Morris replaced Sloan in the seventh inning and kept the Red Raiders scoreless.“They both did fine,” Schlossnagle said. “I thought Caleb looked really good even though he gave up a couple of runs. It was the most he had to pitch in a while.”Schlossnagle said Sloan is a major piece of TCU’s future.A TCU baseball player takes a big rip at a pitch. Photo by Cristian Argueta Soto.“It’s great to see him pitch in this environment against a really good team,” Schlossnagle said.The biggest storyline from Saturday’s contest was the play of Texas Tech’s starting pitcher Caleb Kilian. Kilian threw 101 pitches in six innings, allowing only one hit and whiffing nine Horned Frogs. He only allowed one hit, preventing any kind of attack from TCU.“Everything he threw was awesome,” Schlossnagle said. “His breaking ball had great depth and guys weren’t getting good looks at it. He pitched outstanding and we couldn’t match it on the mound.”The first-year was replaced by junior Ryan Shetter in the seventh inning. He kept the Frogs in check, not allowing a hit in his three innings of action. Shetter struck out four Horned Frogs and only walked two.The win broke a three-game losing streak for the Red Raiders.Texas Tech’s last one-hitter that they pitched was back in February of 2012 against Missouri State. This was TCU’s second consecutive weekend featuring a game with only one hit from the Frogs.Baseball takes series against No. 4 Texas Tech with a 9-5 winTCU upset the fourth-ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders Sunday afternoon behind an outstanding performance from sophomore reliever Jake Eissler.Eissler relieved starter Haylen Green in the 5th inning after Tech hit an infield single to lead off the inning. At the time, TCU held a 7-5 lead in the game, and Eissler did more than just maintain that lead, he dominated a potent Texas Tech lineup.Eissler threw five perfect innings in relief, striking out a career-high 11 batters.“There’s not a whole lot of pitching left and we have a 5-game week coming up, so we needed somebody to extend the game and Jake did a great job of that,” Schlossnagle said.It was not easy for the Frogs, though. The Red Raiders struck for four runs in the first capped by a two-RBI single by Michael Davis as Haylen Green struggled early on.TCU answered with a run in the bottom of the first but a Jung solo home run in the 2nd gave Tech a 5-1 lead.Green settled down and found a rhythm as he and Eissler shut down a Texas Tech offense hitting .313 as a group and scoring over 8 runs a game.Meanwhile, the TCU bats came to life and the Frogs came roaring back. The Frogs plated three runs in the 2nd, one in the 3rd, and 2 more in the 4th.Shepherd led off the 3rd inning with a home run to tie the game at 5, and Watson led off the 4th with a line drive home run of his own to give TCU their first lead.The offenses cooled off after a chaotic start, until the 7th inning when Balta and Rizer each drew a bases-loaded walk to extend TCU’s lead to 9-5.Texas Tech’s pitchers walked 14 batters in Sunday’s game as a staff, including starter John McMillon who walked 3 in just an inning and two-thirds of work.“Our guys would’ve certainly had every opportunity to give in after the first inning,” Schlossnagle said. “But we knew that McMillon was a guy that struggles with a command, and that was at least going to give us baserunners.”Up Next:TCU has a pair of mid-week games before a non-conference series against Lamar this weekend. The Frogs will travel to Abilene Christian Tuesday, May 1 at 6:30 p.m. and then welcome Dallas Baptist to Lupton Stadium Wednesday, May 2. TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Twitter Twitter Linkedin Alexa Hineshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexa-hines/ Home runs from A.J. Balta and Johnny Rizer were the highlights of the 6-4 win.Photo courtesy of TCU Baseballcenter_img Seniors react to postponing May Commencement Alexa is the Audience Engagement Editor for TCU360. She is a journalism major and Spanish minor from Orange County, California. In her free time, Alexa loves reading about and watching sports. + posts Tunnel of Oppression highlights different groups, encourages change Alumnus to reopen local bar Alexa Hineshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexa-hines/ Alexa Hineshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexa-hines/ Alexa Hineshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/alexa-hines/ TCU is now 13-6 all-time against the Red Raiders at Lupton Stadium, and they moved to 21–17 on the season and 15-7 at home.Red Raiders blank Horned Frogs, 6-0 Facebook Alexa Hines Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Linkedinlast_img read more

What You Can Do Around Pasadena on National Make a Difference Day

first_imgCommunity News What You Can Do Around Pasadena on National Make a Difference Day By ANDY VITALICIO Published on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 | 4:53 pm More Cool Stuff Saturday, Oct. 24, is “National Make a Difference Day,” and while that sounds generic, there are a handful of things people can do in and around Pasadena that would actually make a difference to the community.Here are a few things that anyone can do with the family to contribute to National Make a Difference Day:At Lake Avenue Church (LAC), volunteers are needed to help in their care ministries and community outreach programs, and work may involve assisting church members with disabilities get to their doctor or other appointments, or visiting LAC family members who are confined in area hospitals, convalescent homes, and residences. A special need right now is for volunteers who could reach out to homebound adults with physical or mental disabilities.Visit www.lakeave.org/volunteer for more volunteer opportunities.All Saints Church Pasadena continues to offer opportunities for parish members to volunteer or donate to support local organizations striving to meet the needs of the most vulnerable in our community.Some of the organizations the church supports during this pandemic include 10,000 Villages in Pasadena, which fans can help with monetary donations to cover their rent during their store closure; ASC Food Ministry, which gives away $10 grocery cards for Ralphs or Target; Friends in Deed which could also make use of monetary donations, and Huntington Hospital, which accepts donations of N95 masks and PPE, as well as monetary donations.Visit www.allsaints-pas.org/volunteer-opportunities-in-the-time-of-covid19 for more information.At Pasadena Community Church, volunteers are needed to answer the call of those in need by assisting in the Food Pantry from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday. Every Tuesday, the church also collects donations of non-perishable canned food items from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in LEC Portico. Simply drive through and place items in the marked bins.Visit www.pasadenacommunitychurch.org/covid-19-volunteer-opportunities for more information.Jericho Road Pasadena, which has been connecting volunteer experts with nonprofits that offer critical services to underserved residents, is in need of volunteers to work on specific projects with defined goals and time frames ranging from two weeks to one year. People may also want to serve on a nonprofit board to support their programs, and thereby expand their influence as an individual in community affairs.For volunteer opportunities, visit www.jrpasadena.org/volunteer-opportunities.The city of Pasadena has ample space for volunteers to contribute to community work, not just on National Make a Difference Day but any day of the year. For one, check out various volunteer opportunities within the Pasadena Police Department, although participation in the Citizens Police Academy may be required prior to volunteer consideration. Some volunteer positions also have an age requirement of 18 or 21 depending on the assignment.For more information and to apply, visit www.cityofpasadena.net/Police.Inquire with many other nonprofits in Pasadena to look at the many volunteer opportunities that are available, make a donation to a business or organization in need, or visit www.greatnonprofits.org/pasadena/ca for other “Make A Difference” opportunities.The list on that site includes Union Station Homeless Services, which provides temporary shelter and food for homeless individuals and families; Jessica’s Hope Project, which focuses on sending fitness-oriented care packages overseas to all branches of the military in many different parts of the world; the Animal History Museum, the first museum dedicated to understanding and celebrating the human-animal bond; and the National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation, which has been saving the lives of children and adults suffering from the catastrophic effects of UCDs. 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LMC Fines Tornadoes N1m for Crowd Troubles

first_imgBendel Insurance League Management Company (LMC) has fined Niger Tornadoes N1million for the unruly behaviour of their fans in their Nigeria Professional Football League Match-day 5 encounter with Bendel Insurance.According to tweets from the official Twitter handle of the LMC, fans of the Minna based club, threw objects including water sachets onto the pitch and the technical area during their goalless draw against Bendel Insurance.“Niger Tornadoes has been charged for breaching the Framework & Rules of the #NPFL during its Matchday 5 fixture vs Bendel Insurance,” the tweet by the LMC @LMCNPFL reads. “Some Tornadoes supporters threw objects including water sachets onto the pitch & the technical area.“Tornadoes has been fined N1 million for the acts of its supporters who threw objects onto the pitch & the technical area.”“A suspended order for Tornadoes to play its subsequent home matches behind closed door, which order is suspended for the probationary period of the rest of the season.”Niger Tornadoes have 48 hours to appeal the sanctions or elect to be dealt by a commission.The Minna club is rock bottom in Group A of the 2018 NPFL and is yet to record a win in the NPFL this season, with three defeats and three draws.Tornadoes will host Sunshine Stars at the Bako Kontagora Stadium, Minna in their next league game.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more