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first_imgPhotographs:  John Gollings, Peter Bennetts Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/940990/towers-road-house-wood-marsh Clipboard “COPY” Architects: Wood/Marsh Area Area of this architecture project Products used in this ProjectHeatingFocusFireplaces – Filifocus CentralSave this picture!© John GollingsText description provided by the architects. Conceived as a sculpture to live within, the Towers Road House represents a shared belief between clients and architects that contemporary art enriches life in a profound and meaningful way. Challenging standard notions of domesticity, the abstract form of the building curves around the sloping site, referencing Christo’s Running Fence, introducing a public interface with conceptual art to the established suburb of Toorak. Save this picture!© John GollingsSave this picture!Basement and ground floor planSave this picture!© John GollingsLike a curtain, the substantial concrete wall carves out a series of landscaped arcs eliminating the archetypal boundary fence, extending the garden to the street, and blurring the demarcation between public and private space. Simultaneously, this gesture generates a secluded private realm and the opportunity to open all living and bedroom spaces onto a northern garden. The top of the building is a horizontal line, finished with a three-dimensional hemisphere draped to gently penetrate the seemingly impenetrable mass below. Clad in zinc, the form references an inverted roof or dome, further transforming architectural conventions into sculptural elements.Save this picture!© John GollingsSave this picture!ElevationsSave this picture!© John GollingsEliminating fenestration to the street, the site is entered from a winding path through monumental concrete walls and informal gardens encircling a spherical portico set below street level. The wall is punctuated by a single door that leads one through a dramatic double-height corridor. The dark, narrow passage creates a moment’s pause in the arrival sequence as the impressive verticality of the gently curving raw concrete formwork reveals itself internally. Save this picture!© Peter BennettsSave this picture!© John GollingsIn absolute contrast to the austerity of the perimeter structure, the building opens to a fully glazed northern façade, filling the interior with an abundance of natural light and embracing the landscaped garden and views to a 150-year-old plane tree.Save this picture!© Peter BennettsSave this picture!© Peter BennettsResponding to the client brief, the program is separated by levels creating flexible, inviting living spaces with integrated art galleries on the ground level. The circular sunken lounge is designed to pay homage to the familial central gathering space around a fireplace. Accessible by a curving dual staircase wrapping around an exposed concrete wall, the private spaces are located upstairs, divided into separate wings for the parents and the children. Additional spaces to accommodate an art gallery, wine cellar, and car parking are located at the basement level.Save this picture!© Peter BennettsA large private outdoor space beneath the plane tree canopy sits adjacent to a swimming pool and pool house, shielded from view by the heavily planted boundary. Small pockets of gardens are planted in the niches formed by the concave external walls allowing verdant views without compromising privacy.Save this picture!© John GollingsSculptural, the building’s contemporary language stands it in contrast to its conventional neighbours, satisfying the clients’ desire for a bold and unexpected home embodying their commitment to contemporary Australian art and architecture.Save this picture!© John GollingsProject gallerySee allShow lessCorpland Loop Resort / RSAA/Büro Ziyu ZhuangSelected ProjectsCANAL ST. Selected Store / Sò StudioSelected Projects Share Year:  Save this picture!© John GollingsCurated by Paula Pintos Share 2018 CopyHouses•Melbourne, Australia Projects Australia Photographs Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/940990/towers-road-house-wood-marsh Clipboard Towers Road House / Wood/MarshSave this projectSaveTowers Road House / Wood/Marsh ArchDaily Manufacturers: Focus Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Area:  1930 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Towers Road House / Wood/Marsh CopyAbout this officeWood/MarshOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMelbourneOn FacebookAustraliaPublished on June 05, 2020Cite: “Towers Road House / Wood/Marsh” 04 Jun 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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first_img Pinterest Twitter Google+ Facebook Previous articleMan sentenced after pleading guilty to Fulton County school shooting plotNext articleState makes COVID-19 vaccine available to more Hoosiers Brooklyne Beatty Google+ Elkhart house fire sends one to hospital Tuesday By Brooklyne Beatty – March 10, 2021 0 395 (Source: https://goo.gl/4hRlFI License: https://goo.gl/OOAQfn) A few people are recovering from injuries after a house fire in Elkhart Tuesday.The Elkhart Fire Department was called to the fire in the 1500 block of Kilbourn Street just after 3 p.m., where they found smoke coming from the back of a single story house with a basement.Police had arrived prior to the fire department, and were able to help the residents out of the home.Two of the residents were treated by Elkhart Fire Paramedics on the scene and released, while one was transported to a local hospital for treatment and observation.The fire was quickly extinguished and an investigation revealed it originated in the basement due to improperly discarded smoking materials.center_img TAGSElkhartElkhart Fire DepartmentfirehouseIndianainjuredKilbourn Street Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Twitter IndianaLocalNewslast_img read more

first_imgHowever, during last Tuesday’s Western Conference Final, the No. 2 Seattle Sounders ended LAFC’s record-breaking season, handing the club a 3-1 loss. Johannah Suegay is a sophomore writing about LAFC. Her column, “Black & Gold,” runs every other Thursday. Midfielder Eduard Atuesta gave LAFC the early lead in the 17th minute with a curling free kick from 25 yards out. However, the Seattle Sounders equalized five minutes later with a goal from forward Raúl Ruidíaz and went on to score another unanswered goal. On paper, LAFC seemingly dominated the game with 69% of the possession and an 88% pass accuracy compared to Seattle’s 68%. Since its inaugural season in 2009, Seattle has never missed the MLS Cup Playoffs. The Sounders are going to their third MLS Cup final in four years and are looking to win their second championship in that span. Patience will be key in waiting for LAFC to finally win the MLS Cup. Looking at the Seattle Sounders, added playoff experience will benefit LAFC immensely — teaching them grit, persistence and fighting as one unit towards one goal.  The results of last Tuesday’s semifinal showed what Seattle has learned from its abundant playoff appearances: how to win games when losing means an end to a hard-fought season.  While it is easy to look ahead with hope as to what the team can be in the future, there is a lot for LAFC fans to celebrate now. As a second-year club that broke records left and right, LAFC has set the standard for future expansion teams. This past season will be remembered for showing just how dominant a team can be in the MLS. Still, Seattle’s opportunistic play and its approach to defending Vela are not the only reasons it won against LAFC.  While the team will not be raising the MLS Cup trophy, LAFC was well-represented in the MLS’s year-end awards. Following a season in which his team claimed the MLS Supporters’ Shield, LAFC head coach Bob Bradley deservingly won the 2019 MLS Sigi Schmid Coach of the Year award.  Throughout the game, the Sounders capitalized on limited opportunities to score. They were also successful in not allowing Vela to get on the scoreboard. Throughout the match, Seattle was physical and assertive — often putting two or three men on Vela. Looking ahead to the future of LAFC, I believe there is a lot of hope. With a top-notch coach in Bradley, world-class striker and captain in Vela and many other talented players that were essential in LAFC’s incredible season, there is a lot for fans to look forward to.  Golden Boot winner and LAFC Captain, Carlos Vela, also claimed the title of 2019 Landon Donovan MLS Most Valuable Player — the highest achievement for MLS Players. Vela was also the first Mexican MVP. However, the boost provided by the Sounders’ recent history of playoff success couldn’t be discounted. Although it did not end as many expected, LAFC’s season is still one to be celebrated and admired.  Many expected that by the end of this week, Los Angeles Football Club would be hoisting the MLS Cup trophy. Especially after its commanding playoff victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy — its first win over the crosstown rival in franchise history — a perfect ending to the season seemed within reach.last_img read more