Florida Beach House / iredale pedersen hook architects

first_img Houses “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/120070/florida-beach-house-iredale-pedersen-hook-architects Clipboard Save this picture!© Peter Bennetts+ 40 Share Year:  2011 CopyHouses•Palm Beach, Australia ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/120070/florida-beach-house-iredale-pedersen-hook-architects Clipboard Manufacturers: Studco, CSR, Dulux, Intergrain, Laminex, Viridian, Cullity, Fielders, Fremantle Timber Traders, Laminex Group, Spandeck, Whittle Wax Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Photographs ArchDailycenter_img Australia Florida Beach House / iredale pedersen hook architectsSave this projectSaveFlorida Beach House / iredale pedersen hook architects Products used in this ProjectDoorsStudcoFlush Finish Door Jamb – EzyJambText description provided by the architects. Located at Florida Beach Western Australia, this design emphasises and focuses on the immense Indian Ocean. All space is aligned and extruded through a strict dialogue of plan and section revealing the intensity and variety of this great ocean. Save this picture!© Peter BennettsThis is a modern day holiday house only one hour from the capital of Western Australia and surrounded by the sprawling Perth suburbia. We are interested in the past and rapidly disappearing holiday homes that once dominated the nearby landscape, houses that embodied the weekender experience designed with restraint, economy and robustness. Save this picture!© Peter BennettsThis house captures these dying qualities while screening the occupants from the emerging suburban houses and protecting them from the strong winds and storms. A deck is created on each of the cardinal points allowing the occupants to live externally any time of the year. Save this picture!© Peter BennettsOur reference point for the design was found in a sketch by the great Danish architect Jorn Utzon, an image of people congregating on the beach under the dense, stormy Copenhagen sky. Uzton translated this in to the section of a church creating a mystical interior; we translated this in to the section of a holiday house that intensifies the experience of the ocean. Save this picture!© Peter BennettsThe section undulates in relationship to the plan form; each space includes an undulation that is eventually revealed at the beach side as a series of undulations connecting the living, dining and kitchen spaces to the dynamic ocean environment. The section extrudes from the beach end to the street side, those spaces that do not contain a direct view to the ocean maintain the memory of the ocean view through the continuing section. Save this picture!© Peter BennettsExternal cladding is a strictly controlled ribbon of uncut compressed fibre cement sheeting and rough sawn plywood panels, the plywood inhabit the deck spaces and the CFC provides a durable exterior to storm exposed areas. This material restraint references the past holiday homes. While the exterior is tactile and articulated the interior is smooth and sculptured with subtle variations of white paint colour and gloss levels differentiating interior elements and reflecting the exterior. Save this picture!© Peter BennettsA continuous band of high performance glass articulates the wall cladding from the roof, the roof overhang is carefully sized to exclude summer sun and admit low-level winter sun. The stretched western overhang excludes the low level sun allowing the occupants to engage in comfort with the setting sun. The house appears to gently hover above the ground, a recessed concrete platform creates this illusion, the platform connects this house to the remaining holiday houses and the Dawesville Cut bridge, this is first platform that one passes and signifies the beginning of the holiday experience. Save this picture!Section AAConstructed almost entirely of plantation pine timber, prefabricated and transported to Florida, the raw structure appeared like the carcass of a great whale. The use of steel is minimised to a few select areas where thin columns support the dense undulating roof creating tension in the context of the ocean view. The hovering platform is finished with recycled Jarrah and continues between the interiors and exterior as one large plane, the holiday experience unfolds on this platform. Finished internally with Whittle Wax and externally with Sikkens oil, this platform will slowly reveal the marks of the beach and holiday lifestyle. Save this picture!© Peter BennettsA native landscape garden surrounds this platform, carefully screening the surrounding suburban houses and providing an additional filter to the Western sun and Indian Ocean. The sound of the sea breeze transforms into an eerie whistle as it passes through the Casuarinas (Weeping Beach Sheoaks) reinforcing the complex, intense and delightful relationship to this environment creating a very West Australian experience.Save this picture!Diagram SkinProject gallerySee allShow lessVideo: Creative Energy at The Green Building / (fer) studioArticlesTMA – Blue Theater / Contemporânea & Gonçalo Afonso DiasArticles Share Projects Florida Beach House / iredale pedersen hook architects “COPY” Photographs:  Peter Bennetts Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Architects: iredale pedersen hook architects Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeiredale pedersen hook architectsOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPalm BeachHousesDaytona BeachAustraliaPublished on March 18, 2011Cite: “Florida Beach House / iredale pedersen hook architects” 18 Mar 2011. 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New goal-line drill gets Trojans moving

first_imgTen practices into the 15-practice spring football schedule, coach Lane Kiffin decided that his players needed an opportunity to display their energy and enthusiasm after two days off. Therefore, the Trojans practiced the most exciting situation in football — the goal-line set.Standout · Senior running back Allen Bradford was the star of Tuesday’s goal line drill, often pounding the ball into the end zone. – Geo Tu | Daily Trojan With hip-hop music blasting, the offense was lined up two yards away from the goal line. When the offense scored, the unit mobbed the ball-carrier and taunted the defense. When the defense made a goal-line stand, the group retuned the favor.“We tried to create an energetic atmosphere because that is what the goal line is,” Kiffin said. “We are going to go up to places that are loud, and we are going to have to focus. We created an environment that the players are most likely going to [face] in a game. That’s the only way I know to practice goal line.”At one point, all of the players circled around Kiffin and took a knee, and practice appeared to be over. However, sophomore linebacker Devon Kennard did not want to end the practice with the defense losing the drill, so he stood up and yelled “Let’s do more,” and Kiffin complied.“That shows a lot of leadership,” Kiffin said. “We look for guys that don’t accept losing and want to keep fighting.”—Redshirt freshman James Boyd, who was moved from defensive end to quarterback earlier in the spring, threw his first pass.“I was excited just to get it out of the way, so I am prepared for the next one,” Boyd said.Boyd, who had a knee sprain that sidelined him all of last season, began his career at USC as a tight end.“It’s a hard transition to have to make to be a major college quarterback all of the sudden,” Kiffin said. “But, James had a great attitude about it, and we are excited to work with him at it.”Boyd stayed late after practice to get more repetitions at quarterback.“I haven’t been a quarterback for two years, so I am just trying to get my mechanics back down,” Boyd said. “I am going to work on my footwork, get my arm back in motion and my reads down. I am also going to get advice from Matt [Barkley] and Mitch [Mustain], and learn the playbook.”Now that Barkley is entering his second season as USC’s starting quarterback, he is adding a new skill to his tool belt—holding the ball during placekicks.“[Special teams coordinator John] Baxter said it is a good skill to have at the next level,” Barkley said. “I have never done it before. It is a lot easier than I thought, but I have no plans to do it in the fall. If they need me to do it, I will.”—According to multiple reports, former USC tight end Anthony McCoy tested positive for marijuana at the NFL scouting combine in February. Kiffin did not feel the need to use the incident as a reminder about the consequences of using illegal drugs.“That has been addressed with our players,” Kiffin said. “We didn’t need that for a teaching moment. I like to think we are ahead of that.”—On the injury front, wide receivers Ronald Johnson (elbow) and Kyle Prater (sore back) missed a significant portion of practice, only participating in individual drills. Kiffin described their status as day-to-day. Prater suffered his injury when redshirt junior linebacker Chris Galippo knocked him back during Saturday’s scrimmage. In other injury news, junior defensive tackle Hebron Fangupo returned to the practice field Tuesday, and the 6-foot-2, 330-pound lineman made his presence known by being extra vocal during the goal-line drill.last_img read more