M House / Paz Gersh Architects

first_imgArchDaily M House / Paz Gersh ArchitectsSave this projectSaveM House / Paz Gersh ArchitectsSave this picture!© Neve Tzedek+ 27Curated by Fernanda Castro Share CopyHouses•Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel “COPY” “COPY” Save this picture!© Neve TzedekSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Neve TzedekM house is a typical row house with two facades one facing north and the other facing south. The exterior garden is located on southern elevation; it was planned as an extension of the interior space of the living room. The northern elevation was designed as a patio that acts as outdoor foyer between the house and the street. Furthermore, the patio functions as a translucent “light well” which attracts reflected northern sunlight during the day.Save this picture!SectionThe Houses ground floor plan layout was conceived as an “open plan”. The plan assembles most of all the public activities of the house: living room, a reading corner, dining area, and kitchen. The design intention was to diffuse the boundaries of the functions in order to create a visual transparency between these areas. The glass elevation on the ground floor was intended to be a dynamic partition allowing a long perspective through the house spaces.Save this picture!© Neve TzedekOn the interior, the design is influenced by a strong sense of modern French and Italian furniture. Warm and soft colors and fabrics were chosen to contradict the main element in the interior of the house the steel library and stairs. This black steel element of the stairs and library has a framing quality within the interior space, it frames all interior views towards the exterior space.Save this picture!© Neve TzedekIn the lower part of the house, the basement serves as an audio and entertainment room which was planned adjacent to the patio. The upper floors hold all the bedroom suites. In these rooms, terraces were designed to view the southern garden. The architect’s initial plan was to search for an architectural language which combines local references and contemporary Mediterranean elements. These local elements such as a patio, terraces, and garden are redefined with a modern interpretation. Save this picture!© Neve TzedekProject gallerySee allShow lessThe Nest / Grupa 5 ArchitekciSelected ProjectsVIP Hair Club / 4 Architecture StudioSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/893283/m-house-paz-gersh-architects Clipboard Israel Photographs Houses Manufacturers: Flexform, Boffi, Poliform, Rimadesio, Fenestra Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Area:  350 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Architects: Paz Gersh Architects Area Area of this architecture project Photographs:  Neve Tzedek, Amit Giron Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Products used in this ProjectSofasFlexformSofa – GroundpiecePhotos Styling:Sigal ShachamonDesign Team:Zvi Gersh (principal), Zohar Shvarzberg, May AlonCity:Tel Aviv-YafoCountry:IsraelMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Neve TzedekText description provided by the architects. The House is set in one of the historically preserved neighborhoods’ of Tel Aviv. The M-house design concept was planning a modern urban villa which combines local vernacular with modern architecture. The program has given described a vacation home for a European family which hosts relatives and friends all year long. The house had to accommodate the various function and still keeping a “cozy atmosphere” for the inhabitants. M House / Paz Gersh Architects Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/893283/m-house-paz-gersh-architects Clipboard 2017 CopyAbout this officePaz Gersh ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTel Aviv-YafoIsraelPublished on May 04, 2018Cite: “M House / Paz Gersh Architects” 04 May 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Philippine radio host gunned down for criticizing corrupt gambling

first_img Organisation November 12, 2019 Philippine radio host gunned down for criticizing corrupt gambling Police Colonel Julian Entoma, the head of the Negros Oriental provincial police, told the media that, in addition to Aledro, the police have identified three other suspects: Aledro’s brother-in-law, Teddy Salaw, and two accomplices within the police force, Glenn Corsame and Roher Rubio. So far, only Salaw and Corsame have been arrested. Aledro and Rubio are still at large. CCTV video footage helped the police establishing one of Dindo Generoso’s hitmen left a pickup before getting on the motorcycle from which he shot the radio commentator (Photos: Negros Oriental Police Provincial Office – Twitter). June 1, 2021 Find out more RSF_en PhilippinesAsia – Pacific Condemning abuses Organized crimePredatorsViolence Dindo Generoso, the host of a daily programme on Dumaguete-based dyEM 96.7 Bai Radio and critic of a popular local form of gambling, was driving to work on the morning of 7 November when he was shot seven times by two gunmen on a motorcycle, and died on the spot. News Generoso’s murder recalls that of Edmund Sestoso, another Dumaguete-based radio commentator, who was gunned down by a motorcycle gunman as he was driving home in May 2018. Sestoso’s murder is still unpunished. The Philippines is ranked 134th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Philippine police to complete their investigation into last week’s murder of a radio commentator in Dumaguete City, the capital of Negros Oriental province, and to bring all the suspects to justice. “We hail the speed with which the police appear to have identified the perpetrators and instigators of Dindo Generoso’s terrible murder,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “Now they must ensure that all these criminals are found and brought to justice in order to break the vicious cycle of impunity that so often accompanies crimes of violence against Philippine journalists.” PhilippinesAsia – Pacific Condemning abuses Organized crimePredatorsViolence News News Follow the news on Philippines Receive email alerts to go further At first the provincial police suggested that his murder was the result of a family feud. But then they established from CCTV video footage that one of the hitmen left a pickup before getting on the motorcycle, and that the pickup, after it was found abandoned in a Dumaguete suburb, belong to a bookmaker called Tomasino Aledro. Philippines: RSF and the #HoldTheLine Coalition welcome reprieve for Maria Ressa, demand all other charges and cases be dropped News Mass international solidarity campaign launched in support of Maria Ressa Aledro is a local operator of a form of gambling called Small Town Lottery. Based on the traditional numbers game jueteng, it is very popular in the Philippines, soaking up vast amounts of money and reportedly giving rise to a great deal of corruption. It is particularly popular in Negros Oriental province and was often denounced by Generoso on his radio show. May 3, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information Filipina journalist still held although court dismissed case eleven days ago February 16, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

The Great British Bake Off: Episode 6

first_imgAs copious amounts of rain lashed against the sides of The Great British Bake Off tent, the seven remaining bakers tackled sweet dough. Buns were the order of the day, and plenty of them.Despite the rain putting a dampener on the British spring/summertime (note the daffodils in the foreground of most aerial shots), the bakers seemed chipper. It is good to know that, despite this being a huge BBC competition, which could alter the course of some of the bakers’ lives, they remain pals.With Sue and Mel informing viewers that bun puns were strictly prohibited, it was time for this week’s Signature Bake: a tea loaf.  Kimberley started by sizing up her Bake Off comrades for Sue – such as Ruby, “the ninja” to Beca the “solid” one. Unsurprisingly, Frances was the totally-unique-bit-crazy baker.Meanwhile, Howard decided to add a dash of spice to the show by adding hemp to his bake, leaving Mary Berry lost for words. Described by Sue as the other half to “naughty cigarettes”, the Berry looked on as if lost in a fog…or smoke. Butter would not melt.Christine, last week’s star baker, started to make up words such as “plumpsious”, punched a knitted baking doll which looked remarkably like Mr Paul Hollywood and managed to make an under-proved loaf. Frances was her usual creative self and put her tea loaf in an oversized tea cup. Glenn decided to turn his upside down with an intricate string-based tool.Unfortunately all the tricks in the tent do not a good loaf make. Kimberly, Ruby and Glenn all had good flavours, but under-baked their loaves, while Howard’s hemp cake was classed as “different” by the Berry. Despite Christine’s past accolades, Paul opted out of trying her nutty bake in case it messed with his tummy.As always, a history lesson followed, led by Sue, who explained the origins of the Welsh Bara Brith, or speckled bread.The Technical Challenge, a Paul Hollywood recipe – Apricot Couronne – left the bakers in a bit of a twist. . Leaving no instructions on how long to actually bake the sweet dough, Paul was dubbed “very cruel” by Mary with a slight smirk.Panic, as always, ensued. Dough was thrown, tea-towels were wrapped around faces in moments of madness, and comments were made about the connection between storms and baking omens.The bakers pondered about size, twists, fruit structure and timings. Despite their worrying, all of the bakers produced “rather good” loaves. The viewers were relieved. But Mr Hollywood? We reckon he was hoping for a few catastrophes.In last place was Howard, closely followed by Beca and Glenn. Despite her worrying, Ruby was awarded the accolade of top loaf with her “almost perfect” crown, which looked like the one Paul would have conjured up himself. It doesn’t get much better than that.Longing for their beds, the bakers were asked to do the first stage of their Showstopper bake: two varieties of European buns.With the dawn of a new day the bun puns were being thrown all over the tent. Apparently Paul is “an expert in buns”, according to Mary, Christine was going to make naughty buns, and Howard wanted some super-peachy ones. As Frances designed a set of bun-based noughts and crosses, she mused that she’d “never known buns that big”.Sadly, Howard’s buns were a bit of a disappointment. They might have looked like peaches, thanks to the use of a spoon while they were baking, but there wasn’t much of a peach taste to them. Beca had some nice iced buns, but Glenn’s almond and apricot brioche tasted good but looked “awful”. He also had trouble removing his kanelbullens from their tin, forcing him to unravel them as he went.Despite a supposedly ruined bake, Ruby was named star baker for the second time. If this show has taught us anything, it is best to let the baking pros make their own minds up.With Glenn holding back tears at the thought of leaving the Bake Off tent and rejoining his sixth-formers, he prepared to go. Instead it was Howard who was told to pack away his utensils and hemp.Farewell, peachy Howard.Next week, it is pastry. With the promise of oozing and suet, we cannot wait.The Great British Bake Off is screened on BBC2 every Tuesday, at 8pm.last_img read more

Struggling to prepare sans import, NLEX locals working double time

first_imgKiefer Ravena. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netKiefer Ravena admits that NLEX is having a hard preparing for the 2018 PBA Commissioner’s Cup without its import.“In an import-laden conference and you don’t have an import yet, of course, it’s a cause of concern and something to be worried about. At this moment, we’re the only team that doesn’t have an import and is playing tuneup games already,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “Time is not on our side. We have to double up the work, increase our workload and our team practices should be a little more intensified and on a higher level,” he said.“At this moment, we’re catching up with everybody, so the locals have to step up and be ready just to be sure so that when the import arrives, we’ll already be fine.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast First-choice import Arnett Moultrie’s arrival was continuously delayed by his team in Bahrain, forcing the hand of the Road Warriors to enlist a replacement in Adrian Forbes.Forbes is set to arrive on Saturday, a day before the second conference begins.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownLuckily for NLEX, its first game is still scheduled next Saturday against Columbian Dyip, giving it ample time to blend in the new reinforcement.Though without an import, Ravena knows that it’s the locals’ job to step up as they try to keep things afloat for the Road Warriors in the team’s buildup.center_img P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC View comments Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident MOST READ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Basas to play X-factor for FEU come Final Four Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’last_img read more


first_imgCRANFORD AC’S Christopher Murray took the honours in the Ramelton Relay For Life 5k on Friday evening.All the results are below – where everyone came – with further down the category breakdown for each runner.Congratulations to all: Relay for life Ramelton19/04/2013Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club1 18.33 1337 chrisopher murray SM Cranford AC 2 18.50 1369 barry coyle SM Individual3 18.54 1315 mark mcpaul SM Individual4 18.56 1427 podge murray Walk Individual5 19.09 1202 luke daly SM Individual6 19.12 1426 paul murray Walk Individual 7 19.16 1307 micheal duffy SM Cranford AC8 19.20 1327 mathew sweeney Walk Letterkenny A.C.9 19.23 1306 ben carr Walk Individual10 19.59 1364 callum boyce SM Individual 11 19.59 1310 caolan boyce SM Individual12 20.08 1333 micheal mchigh M35+ Milford A C13 20.08 1349 paul catterson SM Individual14 20.29 1329 patrick mcgee SM Individual15 20.30 1341 mark curley coyle M35+ Individual16 20.37 1366 garvin patterson SM Individual17 20.55 1307 micheal duffy SM Cranford AC18 20.57 1301 ewan hewitt Walk Individual19 21.01 1318 manus peoples M35+ Individual20 21.14 1305 jonathan jacob SM Individual21 21.17 1330 liam donnelly Walk Individual22 22.38 1309 joe coyle SM Individual23 22.41 1378 enda carr M35+ Individual24 22.45 1359 terry mcfadden M35+ Individual25 22.45 1360 sharon black W35+ Letterkenny A.C.20 April 2013Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club26 22.50 1249 laura lee penrose Walk Finn Valley A.C.27 23.02 1323 collett mcelwaine SW Individual28 23.10 1316 steven sweeney SM Individual29 23.10 1375 pat sweeney M35+ Individual30 23.26 1352 patrick mcgettigan SM Individual31 23.50 1320 sean odonnell M35+ Individual32 23.52 1321 eugene mcginley M35+ Individual33 24.19 1257 ewan kemp Walk Individual34 24.19 1304 eileen morning W35+ Individual35 24.31 1367 gary rodgers SM Individual36 24.52 1340 mark bolton M35+ Individual37 25.05 1375 pat sweeney M35+ Individual38 25.12 1350 philip brown M35+ Individual39 25.26 1317 martin mcfadden M35+ Individual40 25.26 1336 gerald mcfadden M35+ Individual41 25.59 1314 ciaran sweeney Walk Individual42 26.14 1370 ryan moore Walk Individual43 26.28 1338 ciara crossan Walk Individual44 26.37 1211 julie mccloy Walk Individual45 26.38 1224 tyler durning Walk Individual46 26.43 1312 kerrianne coyle SW Individual47 26.46 1311 laura harte SW Individual48 26.51 1231 norman irwin M35+ Individual49 26.56 1449 an other SW Individual50 26.56 1450 unknown runner SW Individual51 27.08 1226 oisin coyle Walk Individual52 27.08 1353 andrea mcgettigan SW Individual53 27.27 1342 elaine mvbride SW Individual54 27.54 1303 conor ferguson Walk Individual20 April 2013Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club55 28.06 1273 joshua carr Walk Individual56 28.07 1272 tanya mccahill Walk Individual57 28.10 1313 nadia dunsworth SW Individual58 28.16 1251 mary hewitt Walk Individual59 28.17 1325 jennette maguire SW Individual60 28.18 1326 maryjo kinston SW Individual61 28.19 1332 aoife donnelly Walk Individual62 28.29 1362 siobhan monaghan W35+ Individual63 28.30 1346 laurna kemp W35+ Individual64 28.35 1368 hillary moore W35+ Individual65 28.52 1365 ciara johnson SW Individual66 29.01 1374 sophie kelly W35+ Individual67 29.03 1304 eileen morning W35+ Individual68 29.04 1363 elaine craig SW Individual69 29.05 1376 paul mccahill M35+ Individual70 29.06 1377 brenda mccahill W35+ Individual71 29.57 1217 oisin sweeney Walk Individual72 29.58 1324 ann doherty W35+ Milford A C73 30.04 1345 aine doherty SW Individual74 30.05 1371 chole moore Walk Individual75 30.15 1351 ciara mcgettigan SW Individual76 30.16 1343 donna doherty SW Individual77 30.21 1344 evelyn ncbride SW Individual78 30.56 1339 kim mcelhinney SW Individual79 32.01 1328 barry donnell Walk Individual80 32.02 1302 josephine orr W35+ Individual81 32.19 1221 oisin scanlon Walk Individual82 33.00 1237 gary mcdaid Walk Individual83 33.08 1201 rosin gallagher SW Individual20 April 2013Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club84 33.09 1322 christina wilkinson SW Individual85 33.10 1354 mary duddy W35+ Individual86 33.30 1319 sharon curran W35+ Individual87 33.46 1361 billy black Walk Letterkenny A.C.88 34.10 1259 jamie blaney Walk Individual89 34.10 1331 ciara donnelly Walk Individual90 34.16 1204 rachel odonnell Walk Individual91 34.16 1206 donna mcfadden Walk Individual92 34.16 1212 hilary gallagher Walk Individual93 34.35 1335 carmel kavanagh SW Individual94 37.00 1205 rose crossan Walk Individual95 37.00 1356 siobhan orr W35+ Individual96 37.00 1358 siobhan orr W35+ Individual97 37.06 1222 kyle mcgarvey Walk Individual98 37.14 1245 afric grumley Walk Individual99 37.15 1263 kathleen crerand Walk IndividualTotal Runners: 9920 April 2013Relay for life RameltonCategory No. FirstName Surname Club TimeSM1 1337 chrisopher murray Cranford AC 18.332 1369 barry coyle Individual 18.503 1315 mark mcpaul Individual 18.544 1202 luke daly Individual 19.095 1307 micheal duffy Cranford AC 19.166 1364 callum boyce Individual 19.597 1310 caolan boyce Individual 19.598 1349 paul catterson Individual 20.089 1329 patrick mcgee Individual 20.2910 1366 garvin patterson Individual 20.3711 1307 micheal duffy Cranford AC 20.5512 1305 jonathan jacob Individual 21.1413 1309 joe coyle Individual 22.3814 1316 steven sweeney Individual 23.1015 1352 patrick mcgettigan Individual 23.2616 1367 gary rodgers Individual 24.31SW17 1323 collett mcelwaine Individual 23.0218 1312 kerrianne coyle Individual 26.4319 1311 laura harte Individual 26.4620 1449 an other Individual 26.5621 1450 unknown runner Individual 26.5622 1353 andrea mcgettigan Individual 27.0823 1342 elaine mvbride Individual 27.2724 1313 nadia dunsworth Individual 28.1025 1325 jennette maguire Individual 28.1726 1326 maryjo kinston Individual 28.1827 1365 ciara johnson Individual 28.5228 1363 elaine craig Individual 29.0429 1345 aine doherty Individual 30.0430 1351 ciara mcgettigan Individual 30.1531 1343 donna doherty Individual 30.1632 1344 evelyn ncbride Individual 30.2133 1339 kim mcelhinney Individual 30.5634 1201 rosin gallagher Individual 33.0835 1322 christina wilkinson Individual 33.0936 1335 carmel kavanagh Individual 34.35M35+37 1333 micheal mchigh Milford A C 20.0838 1341 mark curley coyle Individual 20.3039 1318 manus peoples Individual 21.0140 1378 enda carr Individual 22.4120 April 2013 Page 1 of 3Category No. FirstName Surname Club Time41 1359 terry mcfadden Individual 22.4542 1375 pat sweeney Individual 23.1043 1320 sean odonnell Individual 23.5044 1321 eugene mcginley Individual 23.5245 1340 mark bolton Individual 24.5246 1375 pat sweeney Individual 25.0547 1350 philip brown Individual 25.1248 1317 martin mcfadden Individual 25.2649 1336 gerald mcfadden Individual 25.2650 1231 norman irwin Individual 26.5151 1376 paul mccahill Individual 29.05W35+52 1360 sharon black Letterkenny A.C. 22.4553 1304 eileen morning Individual 24.1954 1362 siobhan monaghan Individual 28.2955 1346 laurna kemp Individual 28.3056 1368 hillary moore Individual 28.3557 1374 sophie kelly Individual 29.0158 1304 eileen morning Individual 29.0359 1377 brenda mccahill Individual 29.0660 1324 ann doherty Milford A C 29.5861 1302 josephine orr Individual 32.0262 1354 mary duddy Individual 33.1063 1319 sharon curran Individual 33.3064 1356 siobhan orr Individual 37.0065 1358 siobhan orr Individual 37.00Walk66 1427 podge murray Individual 18.5667 1426 paul murray Individual 19.1268 1327 mathew sweeney Letterkenny A.C. 19.2069 1306 ben carr Individual 19.2370 1301 ewan hewitt Individual 20.5771 1330 liam donnelly Individual 21.1772 1249 laura lee penrose Finn Valley A.C. 22.5073 1257 ewan kemp Individual 24.1974 1314 ciaran sweeney Individual 25.5975 1370 ryan moore Individual 26.1476 1338 ciara crossan Individual 26.2877 1211 julie mccloy Individual 26.3778 1224 tyler durning Individual 26.3879 1226 oisin coyle Individual 27.0880 1303 conor ferguson Individual 27.5481 1273 joshua carr Individual 28.0682 1272 tanya mccahill Individual 28.0783 1251 mary hewitt Individual 28.1684 1332 aoife donnelly Individual 28.1985 1217 oisin sweeney Individual 29.5786 1371 chole moore Individual 30.0520 April 2013 Page 2 of 3Category No. FirstName Surname Club Time87 1328 barry donnell Individual 32.0188 1221 oisin scanlon Individual 32.1989 1237 gary mcdaid Individual 33.0090 1361 billy black Letterkenny A.C. 33.4691 1259 jamie blaney Individual 34.1092 1331 ciara donnelly Individual 34.1093 1204 rachel odonnell Individual 34.1694 1206 donna mcfadden Individual 34.1695 1212 hilary gallagher Individual 34.1696 1205 rose crossan Individual 37.0097 1222 kyle mcgarvey Individual 37.0698 1245 afric grumley Individual 37.1499 1263 kathleen crerand Individual 37.1520 April 2013 Page 3 of 3RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE RAMELTON RELAY FOR LIFE 5K? was last modified: April 20th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new 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