Ballymorris House / Donal Colfer Architects

first_imgArchDaily Ireland 2009 Save this picture!© Alice Clancy+ 11 Share “COPY” 2009 Area:  380 m² Area:  380 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project photographs:  Alice ClancyPhotographs:  Alice ClancyText description provided by the architects. An existing middle-sized 19th century farmhouse and outbuildings are extended and renovated for a young family.Save this picture!© Alice ClancyThe layout of the dwelling is also opened up and reconfigured to strengthen its connection to the courtyard whose character is retained by limiting changes made to the exterior of the outbuildings to just widening some existing stone wall opes.Save this picture!© Alice ClancyA system of sight lines is created in the complex of buildings to allow for connections between the main living area in the dwelling and the newly created living areas in the outbuildings.Save this picture!© Alice ClancyA simple palette of oak, plaster and limestone is employed which complement the existing local conglomerate stone walls.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow less’Under One Roof’ Experimental Pavilion Competition Winning Proposal / Kengo Kuma & A…ArticlesCall for Submissions – CLOG: BRUTALISM IssueArticles Share Houses Ballymorris House / Donal Colfer Architects CopyHouses•Wexford, Ireland “COPY” Year:  Year:  Architects: Donal Colfer Architects Area Area of this architecture project Ballymorris House / Donal Colfer ArchitectsSave this projectSaveBallymorris House / Donal Colfer Architects Photographs CopyAbout this officeDonal Colfer ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassStone#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWexfordHousesIrelandPublished on October 20, 2012Cite: “Ballymorris House / Donal Colfer Architects” 20 Oct 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogSinkshansgroheBathroom Mixers – Metropol ClassicVinyl Walls3MVinyl Finish- DI-NOC™ Glass FinishPartitionsSkyfoldWhere to Increase Flexibility in SchoolsMetal PanelsDri-DesignMetal Panels – Painted AluminumStonesCosentinoDekton® Surfaces – Chicago 444Exterior DeckingLunawoodThermowood DeckingWoodBruagAcoustic Panels with LEDWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – CPXPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesULMA Architectural SolutionsHexapent Facade PanelDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Folding Door System – Rabel 3710 Super ThermalWall / Ceiling LightsLuminisCeiling Surface Lights – HollowcoreBenches / TablesUrbaStyleConcrete Bench – BoomerangMore products »Save想阅读文章的中文版本吗?Ballymorris House / Donal Colfer Architects是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/281181/ballymorris-house-donal-colfer-architects Clipboard Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/281181/ballymorris-house-donal-colfer-architects Clipboardlast_img read more

Scotmid to extend Breadwinner offer

first_imgScotmid has told British Baker of plans to expand its offering from The Breadwinner Bakery into 30 more stores throughout this year.The Breadwinner Bakery has been supplying to the convenience store chain for two years, in 15 different stores, but expects to add 30 more around Scotland through the year.  Scotmid said this was part of the firm’s plan to develop its overall bakery business.Scotmid is included on the Real Bread Campaign website in its “online guide dedicated to helping you seek out places to buy Real Bread and related bits and bobs”.Stephen Brown, bakery and local sourcing manager for Scotmid, said: “The fact that the products are handmade and the bakery is situated close to our stores that currently stock their products is a great story to tell, as is the fact that they are delivered twice daily every day – we know we have something unique in our stores.“While we continue to stock plant bread, our customers have expressed great interest in traditional and different types of breads.”Stephens the Bakers of Dunfermline, Goodfellow & Steven and Aulds bakery also supply craft baked goods into other Scotmid stores around Scotland.A spokesman from Scotmid said: “We have some 25 stores still to go in the craft bakery roll-out, which will see all 190 plus of our stores with a fresh craft bakery model. However, we continue to explore how we can grow and develop our current store sales with our bakery partners, looking at new and emerging options.”In England, Greggs has also begun to supply into convenience stores, signing a deal with Spar, Moto and Euro Garages.last_img read more

How to promote rural tourism? Here’s how they do it in Switzerland

first_imgTherefore, the whole approach to the development of tourism must be different, and so we must approach the promotion of the same. One of the best examples of how to promote tourism in the interior is certainly Switzerland, from which we can learn a lot through just one video. A sympathetic resident, a non-professional actor, from the idyllic mountain village of Vrin in the Lumnesia Valley iodizes passersby, inviting them to visit him that afternoon of the same day. He even volunteered to send an apology to school teachers or bosses, as an excuse for not having you. If passers-by accept the offer to come to his place in the village of Vrin immediately, the screen will print a free map, and all you need to do is jump on the train and experience the village of Virin. This story brings two great examples of how rural tourism is promoted in Switzerland? Another example comes to us from the Swiss region of Graubünden where there is a small town of Tschlin known for its peace and quiet, especially silence. Want to see and experience Vrin? A story worth telling, right? As we do not have the sun and the sea as the primary concept of vacation or as a motive for tourists, tourists can not rest for half a day or more on the beach, but look for quality content, are much more mobile and therefore spend much more than classic tourists. Of course, some of the motives for coming are certainly ecology, nature, healthy living, gastronomy, culture, active tourism, etc.… We can learn a few lessons from this great promotion. It is silence that is the main ingredient of this story where Tschlin is promoted as the quietest place in Switzerland. Namely, as the citizens of this village point out in the video, the village is so quiet that every citizen (there are a little more than 160 of them in total) hears when the public telephone in the village rings. And they wanted to prove it. Whoever calls the payphone number, one of the citizens will try to answer and talk to you. If no one manages to answer the phone within a certain period of time, you get a free weekend in Tschlin. In both cases, the key ingredients were: interaction, authenticity, creativity and innovation and real people and a great story. center_img And in the end, but certainly the most important message, is that the video did not use professional actors, but people’s things. Real people with real reactions and emotions. This professional actors could never deliver or act out, that experience and the feelings it awakens in us viewers cannot be bought or acted out. And it can only be delivered by the hosts and a real authentic story. Technology is there just as one of the channels and to help us tell the story. Embrace it and use it wisely. But without the main ingredients of these stories, no technology can help you. When we talk about the development of tourism in the continental or rural area, then we must be aware that it is a totally different tourist product, and therefore a different profile of tourists. The first is that the manner and performance of the promotion must be different, not classic through the classic mosaic of video and drone footage. The other is the power of social networks and new technologies. By the way, the video was targeted only for social networks, ie the online platform, and not for TV advertising. The third lesson is the power of storytelling or storytelling. This is a story that inspires, stays in a strong memory and motivates us to want to experience it ourselves and be a part of that story. The campaign was launched only through online media and was a huge success. In only six days there were over 30.000 attempted calls, 3906 successful conversations, and thanks to the great free media coverage due to the great campaign, 1.5 million video views and 500.000 site visits were achieved, while it is estimated that over 23 million readers heard and saw the story. Yes, and the “less” important one, a total of 68 lucky people received the award because no one got on the phone. The first campaign targeted urban people at Zurich train station through interactive posters with a real “mountain man” who can see and talk to those passing by. Tell stories, our authentic stories.last_img read more

Coaches of Final Teams in War of Words

first_imgZenith/ Delta Principals’ CupThe coaches of the two teams that made it to the finals of the Zenith Bank/Delta Principals’ Cup, have come out to brag of their ability and readiness to emerge win the coveted trophy next week.Zappa Mixed Secondary school will be locking horns with School of Commerce in the final of the 2019 edition tourney, which is the 4th in the series.Accordingto the coach of School of Commerce, Kingsley Emarievwe, his wards are intensifying preparations against their opponents, Zappa Mixed Secondary School. “We are training very well to maintain our good run in the final. We cannot afford to lose this point after a good run in the competition so far. Winning our semifinal 5-0 was no fluke and Zappa Mixed cannot stop us at this stage,” he bragged.As for the Zappa Mixed School, Coach Dare Ajayi, his team will not be intimated by the results posted by school of commerce in the past.“In the final, we won’t be intimidated our opponents, we know they are good and we are working hard to be at our best that day. People already gave the final to them but we will be all out to win the trophy on the final day” he assuredThe final of the Delta Principals Cup for secondary schools is billed to take place at the Stephen Keshi stadium, Asaba on November 28. Some former Nigerian footballers like Uduka Ugbade, Ifeanyi Udeze and Victor Agali are expected to be at the event.To qualify for final, Zappa Mixed Secondary School defeated Destiny International School, Ughelli, 1-0 while College of Commerce Warri defeated Okotie -Eboh Grammar School Sapele 5-0.Already, the state government and the sponsors, Zenith Bank are planning exciting time for the finalists and fans on final day.The bank has also concluded arrangements to shower the best three teams with gift items after the final.African Ultra Runners President Commends Gov. Abiodun on Remo RaceThe President of the African Association of Ultra Runners, Chief Solomon Ogba, has commended the Executive Governor of Ogun State, Mr. Dapo Abiodun, for his giant strides towards sports development in just a few months after getting into office.The former president of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), was full of plaudits for the governor for accepting to host the first ever African Ultra Race Championship in Ogun State.“The Ogun State government has been so supportive and has given us all the cooperation to ensure a successful hosting of the African Championship on December 7, 2019.“Dapo Abiodun, showed us great understanding of his knowledge about sports development. This has spurred us on to strongly believe that, the Valuejet Remo 50km Ultra Race would in a very short time become one of the best in the world, especially as Ogun state is hosting the very first edition in the African continent.”Ogba, who is currently a board member of the AFN, noted that, the success of the first edition of the JAC Motors Abeokuta 10km Road Race on November 2, 2019 was a great indicator that the December 7, 2019 Valuejet 50km Remo Ulta Race will be a huge success.“The president of the International Association of Ultra Runners, Nadeem Khan, came from the United States of America to witness the Abeokuta 10km Road Race, and he was marvelled at the commitment of the Ogun State government towards sports development.“Nadeem Khan, has also inspected the Remo Ultra Race route in Sagamu, which he described as one of the best he has seen in the world in recent times, and he’s optimistic that, come December 7, 2019, the 50km Ultra Race in Ogun state will record monumental achievements that will send great messages out to the world about the viability of the state in sports development.”Over 10,000 runners from across the African continent, especially from Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Somalia, Ghana, Tanzania, Morocco, Tunisia and Nigeria will compete in the First Valuejet Remo 50km Ultra Race African Championship. The event in Remo is the first time in the world that runners will win cash prizes in the Ultra Marathon/ Race since it started in 1984.The African Championship would see top countries including Nigeria battle for honours in both the team and individual events.Aside from the 50km individual and team events, there is also the 5km Fun Race for non professionals.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Terry Rozier matures after troubled childhood, excels as top scorer for Louisville

first_imgEvery night, a 6-year-old Terry Rozier slept in a tote bag filled with his clothes, refusing to unpack because he wanted to go home.He hated his grandmother. He hated living with her and he wanted to be back with his mother.“It was like somebody took my heart,” Gina Tucker, his mother, said. “It was so hard for both of us.”Rozier was born in Youngstown, Ohio, but his mother had to give his custody to her mother when he was 6 because his criminal father’s enemies made threats on Rozier’s life.Rozier grew up in a dangerous area, misbehaved as child and lacked a male influence in his life, but persevered through it all. Now, he’s the leading scorer for a fourth-seeded Louisville (26-8, 12-6 Atlantic Coast) that’s facing No. 8 seed North Carolina State (22-13, 10-8) in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament at 7:37 p.m. in the Carrier Dome on Friday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I’m a tough kid,” Rozier said. “I’ve seen a lot. I’ve been through a lot.”Tucker was 19 when she had Rozier, the second of her three children. But a month after his birth, his father was sent to prison, leaving her to raise him alone.Rozier was a hyper child, always running around the house. Soup cans and rolled up socks were substituted for basketballs and milk crates stood in as nets.“He would light my day up,” Tucker said. “But at the same time I would cry because it was just overwhelming for me.”She would often call her brother or a friend to help handle a young Rozier and bring a male influence in his life. One day, Tucker was so upset with her son that she gathered all of his toys and game systems into a trash bag and made him watch as she threw them out.When Rozier was about 5, his father was released from prison and he got to spend time with him for the first time in his life. But after nine months, Terry Rozier Sr. was sent to prison again for his role in a robbery and kidnapping in 2003.“I blamed him for Terry having a behavioral problem and being difficult,” Tucker said. “For not being there to help me with this child that I can’t really control at times.”Rozier had not only lost his father again, but was threatened because of his father’s actions.Tucker packed her son’s bags and gave custody of him to her mother, Amanda Tucker, who lived in Shaker Heights, Ohio.Rozier cried, screamed and lashed out at his grandmother. He thought she was the reason he was taken from his home. Amanda Tucker would often have to pin him to the ground until he calmed down.Friends told her to send Rozier to a juvenile detention center or a foster home, but she refused.“‘I don’t care how much you dislike me, I love you and you cannot do nothing to make me send you back to Youngstown,’” Amanda Tucker recalls telling Rozier.“‘You’re going realize, one day, how much I love you.’”Four years later, when Rozier was 10, that day came.He was back in Youngstown for Thanksgiving. His mother was at a bar when someone told her that someone was going to shoot up her house, where Amanda Tucker and eight of her grandchildren were, and throw Molotov cocktails into it.Amanda Tucker took her grandchildren into a room in the back of the house and cried with them, preparing to throw them out of the window to escape if anything happened.Nothing did, but for the first time since Rozier was forced to move in with his grandmother, he told her loved her.“I never thought I could hear those words from him,” Amanda Tucker said.At 14, Rozier got his mother and grandmother’s names tattooed on his forearms, and later followed that up with a tattoo of his father’s face with the word “motivation” above it.Louisville was his dream school, but he had to attend Hargrave Military Academy for a post-graduate year because of academics. The discipline and structure were a shock.“I wrote him a letter and I told him if you stop playing basketball right now, I’m going to always love you,” Gina Tucker said.He didn’t and when Rozier finally made it to Louisville, he donned the No. 0, symbolizing a fresh start from everything in his past.A boy that once resented his own grandmother and was too much for his family to handle has grown into the leader of a Division I basketball team making an NCAA tournament run.“Sometimes I’m at the games and I feel teary eyed, not because I’m sad, but just happy and excited for him,” Gina Tucker said. “All of his dreams are just coming true.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 27, 2015 at 12:29 am Contact Jon: [email protected] | @jmettuslast_img read more

Kudus Mohammed picks André Ayew as favourite Black Stars player

first_imgNew Ajax Amsterdam sensation, Kudus Mohammed, has named Andre Ayew as his favourite Black Stars player.The 20 year old forward, in a Q&A session on Ajax TV, was asked to name his best loved Black Stars player, and André Ayew was his pick.“I will have to pick André Ayew. Growing up I really looked up to him,” he said.”He motivates me most of the time too, so he’s my pick.”Black Stars Captain, Ayew, had an amazing season with English Football Championship side, Swansea, in the 2019/2020 season, finishing as top scorer, as the Welsh side reached the playoffs.Kudus joined Ajax last month from FC Nordsjaelland for a little over €9 million, becoming Eric Ten Haag’s first signing of the summer.He made his debut for the Black Stars in November last year, scoring in the 2-0 win over South Africa.last_img read more

Cavs Kyrie Irving To Miss Month With Broken Finger

Kyrie Irving was on his way to exploding into the upper echelon of NBA players. His ascension was sidetracked, though, when he suffered a broken left index finger, knocking him out of action for at least a month.The Cleveland Cavaliers initially diagnosed it as a bruise before tests revealed a fracture. The NBA’s reigning rookie of the year got hurt in the third quarter Saturday night against Dallas. X-rays were negative and he returned to the game with his finger wrapped.He played Sunday at Philadelphia, but scored a season-low nine points on 4-of-14 shooting as Cleveland dropped its sixth straight game. On Monday, he underwent an MRI and other tests which showed a hairline/non-displaced fracture. The Cavs said Irving’s finger will be taped and placed in a splint. He will be re-evaluated in two weeks.It’s the latest injury for the talented 20-year-old, who broke his right hand during a summer practice when he slammed it in frustration against a padded wall when the team was in Las Vegas. Irving played in just 11 games as a freshman at Duke because of a foot tendon injury, which took more than one year to heal completely.Last season, Irving missed 15 games with a concussion and shoulder injury.As the Cavs opened camp in October, Irving was asked about a label of being fragile.“I’m not worried about being injury prone,” he said. “Not at all.”And yet he is hurt again.Irving added five pounds of muscle during the offseason so he would be able to handle any contact on drives to the basket. But he wound up losing the weight after he had four wisdom teeth pulled.Also with the struggling Cavs, second-year forward Tristan Thompson sustained a nasal fracture in Sunday’s loss to the Sixers. He will be fitted with a protective mask and is projected to be available for Wednesday’s home game against Philadelphia. read more

Allocation for EastWest Metro comes down in Union Rail Budget

first_imgKolkata: The Rail Budget presented by acting Union Finance minister Piyush Goyal on Friday has come up as a mixed bag for the ongoing Metro projects in the city. The allocation in some projects has gone up, but the long-length Metro projects have been allocated less.The allocation for the East West Metro has come down from Rs 1,100 crore in 2018 to Rs 905 crore this year. However, the Budget has allocated Rs 10 crore for extension of the EW Metro from Central Park to Haldiram. It is a new project proposed by the state government early in 2018 as an extension of the East West Metro Railway. The move was geared to reduce the traffic pressure on VIP Road. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedA detailed project report (DPR) for the extension was prepared and Kolkata Metro Railway Corporation Limited (KMRCL) that was implementing the EW Metro project approved it, following which the Centre’s nod was sought. The original EW Metro project was from Sector V in Salt Lake to Howrah Maidan. According to the plan, there will be five new Metro stations along VIP Road, namely Baisakhi, Kestopur, Baguiati, Raghunathpur and Haldiram’s. The 6.7 km extension upto Haldiram’s will lead to an additional cost of Rs 1,347 crore. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata Bose”We have made it clear to the railways that the plan of the extended part of the project has been chalked out in such a way that there will be no trouble with land. If railways follow our proposed plan for the extension then there is no need to acquire land,” a senior official of the state Transport department said. The Budget for another big Metro project from New Garia to Kolkata Airport has also seen a drop of Rs 10 crore in comparison to 2018. Last year, the allocation was Rs 355 crore, which has come down to Rs 345 crore this year. Meanwhile, the allocation for the Joka-BBD Bag Metro project remained the same with Rs 100 crore. The proposed Baranagar-Dakshinsheswar Metro project received a boost with an allotment of Rs 65 crore this year. Not a single penny was allocated for this project in 2018. The allotment for the project from Noapara to Barasat also saw a rise from Rs 187 crore last year to Rs 225 crore.last_img read more