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Tidal Arc House / Woods Bagot

first_img Stonemason: Products used in this ProjectRenders / 3D AnimationGRAPHISOFTVirtual Building Software – Archicad 22Furniture Styling:Simone HaagTown Planner And Building Surveyor:Nepean PlanningJoiner:E&C JoineryMetalworks:Hellemann MetalworksDesign Team:Nik Karalis, Lawrence Ng, Sarah Alessi, Melissa BlandfordTown Planner:Nepean PlanningBuilding Surveyor:Nepean PlanningCity:FlindersCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Trevor MeinText description provided by the architects. Eschewing the colonial planning grid and repetition of the local timber clad cottage in favor of sensitivity to the topographical context, Woods Bagot has departed from the prevailing Australian beach house vernacular with a self-assured, three-story dwelling named for its distinctive curved form mimicking the massive water movement of the Southern Ocean. The house deals with two scales; one in balance to the overall majestic coastal landscape and the other at a more intimate and tactile interior level of material and spatial contrast.Save this picture!© Trevor MeinSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Trevor MeinThe placement of the house was the focus of the design. Every decision stemmed from the specifics of the site, the complexity of its adjoining neighbors, restrictions of existing covenants and the influence of the changing patterns of the lunar tidal motions. The applied height controls of the house follow the contours of the cliff, with Flinders Pier and associated marine activities at the cliff base. There are no parallel curves on the project and no right angles. The geometry is as dynamic as the weather and tidal movement are unpredictable. The house tears itself apart across the horizontal plane. This fracture creates two curved volumes precariously stacked on top of each other, like sheared basaltic plates.Save this picture!© Trevor MeinThis gymnastic torquing allows full exposure of coastal views from the upper level and settles the lower guest bedroom plate into the landscape from which emerges a large elliptically-planted orbit of the landscape. Supported by Corten curved walls it settles with the local grasses and newly planted banksia copses into a wind- and sun-protected rear sunken courtyard. This indirectly preserves the views for the adjoining properties. Built on the cliff edge the three-story residence, with one level entirely subterranean, is built on concrete piles. They, in turn, support a shifting band of displaced and cantilevered curved concrete floor plates.Save this picture!© Trevor MeinThe interior is organized across a series of radiating beams into which much of the discrete lighting is located or concealed. These radiating beams have three origins and create a series of segmented ceiling patterns from which the entire planning organization emerges. The interior zoning responds to the house’s siting with concern for outward vistas and the movement of the sun, moon, and tide. Each internal room compresses and opens out to the sky, enveloping inhabitants in the exhilarating impact of the location.Save this picture!© Trevor MeinSave this picture!South and West ElevationsSave this picture!© Trevor MeinWoods Bagot partnered with Hecker Guthrie and stylist Simone Haag to complete the interior experience, much of which logically links to the limestone encrusted columns and honed limestone floor surface with the dark oak stained timber interior. Each material discretely appeals to touch, smell and memory. At first, appearing large and foreign, the house settles readily into the landscape. Clad simply in an intensely fossilized limestone material, it is adorned with the unique natural clam shell patterns embossed deep into the surface – a nod to the area’s Jurassic coral geology. The house speaks confidently to the landscape, enveloping its inhabitants and connecting them to nature. CopyHouses•Flinders, Australia Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description 2018 Year:  Manufacturers: GRAPHISOFT, Apparatus Studio, B&B Italia, Boffi, Brodware, Cassina, Cerdomus, Flos, Foscarini, GUBI, Halcyon Lake, Jetmaster, Lambert & fils, Lasvit, Ligne Roset, Living Edge, Magis, Minotti, Molteni & C, Poliform, +17Reggiani, Rimadesio, Roda, Signorino, e15, -, Alessi Design, Artedomus, Bishop Décor, De Le Cuona, Hunt heating, Inoda+Sveje, Mads Johansen, Nicholas & Alistair, Pure Interior, VMZINC, Wastech-17 Architects: Woods Bagot Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Civil Engineer: ArchDaily Landscape: Save this picture!© Trevor Mein+ 25Curated by Paula Pintos Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/918050/tidal-arc-house-woods-bagot Clipboard Australia Tidal Arc House / Woods Bagot Projects Adriatic Stone Housescenter_img Photographs:  Trevor Mein Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Interiors: “COPY” Rayner Electrical Structural Engineer: Electrician: MA Civil Design 4D Engineering Builder: Remato Construction ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/918050/tidal-arc-house-woods-bagot Clipboard James Ross Landscape Design Project gallerySee allShow lessYorkville North Kindergarten / IDOSelected ProjectsCasa da Severa / José AdriãoSelected Projects Share Woods Bagot, Hecker Guthrie Photographs Tidal Arc House / Woods BagotSave this projectSaveTidal Arc House / Woods Bagot CopyAbout this officeWoods BagotOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesFlindersAustraliaPublished on June 01, 2019Cite: “Tidal Arc House / Woods Bagot” 01 Jun 2019. 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Georgia Two-step

first_imgOn “The Georgia Gardener” May 20 and 22, University of Georgia entomologist Beverly Sparks will show host Walter Reeves how to control fire ants with the”Georgia Two-step.” Effective control, she explains, involves two steps: firstscattering a bait, then using a mound treatment.Later, Dr. Richard Sturm, a dermatologist at The Piedmont Clinic in Atlanta, tells howto protect your skin from sun damage. And UGA entomologist Kris Braman tells about spittlebugs inlawns.Catch “The Georgia Gardener” Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m. onGPTV. Specifically for Georgia gardeners, the show is a production of the UGA College ofAgricultural and Environmental Sciences and PFC Holding Company. Check it out on the Webat www.georgiagardener.com. Or call the show’stoll-free number, 1-877-424-7697 (877-GAGROWS).last_img read more

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