SHEFFIELD, England, March 3 (Reuters) – Sheffield United’s players won’t be able to celebrate their 1-0 victory over Aston Villa with 10 men on Wednesday as they have another Premier League game on Saturday, so their manager Chris Wilder plans to drink their celebratory beers instead.
The Hill House was completed in 1904, but time and the Scottish weather haven’t been easy on the materials used in its construction. It’s been soaking up water and slowly dissolving, a process that threatens the house’s architects interior.
“There’s always been that (character), it’s quite easy to criticise my team when the results don’t go for you,” Wilder said, adding that injuries, mistakes and a lack of consistency in team selection had not helped their cause.
The Hill House Box is now complete. It’s made of a steel frame structure with a roof and chainmail mesh walls. “The public are invited to bring along water pistols to test whether the 32.4 million chainmail rings are doing what they’re supposed to,” the trust said in an invitation issued on Thursday.
“I just said to the players, I’ll celebrate for them tonight. They have another big game on Saturday — all the beers they might have drunk tonight, I’ll do that in place of them. I’ll give it a good go,” Wilder told BT Sport.
There was a time when you could walk into any home and figure out how old the building was from the tiles used in it.
These days, a homeowner can give every room of the house a luxurious, rustic or elegant impression, just by using any of the staggering variety on offer in the market. But with the endless choices, also come the endless questions – what size to use, which kind in which room and which to use on the floor and wall
Tiles are obtained by mixing raw materials widely available in nature (clay, sand, etc.), and working this mixture in its unfired state into the desired shape. The product is then fired at high temperatures, depending on its composition and type – glazed or unglazed, matte or gloss
The National Trust for Scotland is feeling pretty confident about the extreme measures it’s taken to protect an architectural masterwork designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The preservation group is inviting the public over to Helensburgh next week to aim water guns (“the bigger, the better!”) at the Hill House.
Tiles these days are available in a plethora of sizes. Some popular sizes for floors include 300×600 mm, 600×600 mm, 610×610 mm and 800×800 mm, while wall generally come in sizes of 250x350mm, 300x450mm and 300x600mm.
According to experts, bigger do give an illusion of a space, but for the best results, one has to match to room si
You have enough free time to read, research, design your space and follow through.
You have the enthusiasm or the stamina to tackle your own project. In case you lack information, you’re willing to research and read in depth the subject. By the way, you should at least be somewhat familiar with the following subjects: History of Interiors, Design Styles, Aesthetics, Materials, and Project Management.
Designed by architecture agency eph Studio, ‘Little Hutt House’ (pictured) in Mount Lawley, three kilometres northeast of the CBD, is based on an ancient Japanese concept that brings nature into every corner
This brings us to an important idea you need to understand, before you attempt to design or restyle your interiors: Design Concept. This is the idea unifying the various elements of the design, lending coherence to the overall project. Without a Design Concept, everything is sort of entirely subjective, therefore there is no order or aesthetics.
Ceramic are available in many designs & in matte, glazed & glossy finishes. They are cheaper than vitrified, and generally used in areas that see less traffic.
All ceramic are vitrified to a certain exten
The striking four-bedroom home is flooded with sunlight and custom features, including burnished concrete and oak floors, marbled walls, luxury lighting handmade in northern Italy, freestanding bathtubs and floor-to-ceiling windows that capture sweeping views of the city from the ensuite master.
The unique design has been recognised with sought-after accolades and was a shortlist entrant for Open House Perth, an annual awards show that promotes the finest residential architecture in Western Australia’s capital.
The current interiors trend is to have wood flooring in bedrooms and stone finishes in drawing rooms. However, various experts caution that before selecting for your home space, keep certain aspects in your mind. Analyse the functionality of each room, and then pick up based on their characteristic
Ms Geagea, who has secured an offer for the house but declined to disclose the price, told Daily Mail Australia it is a true standout that offers ‘sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of urban life’ just a stone’s throw from the city centre.
Designed by national architecture agency eph Studio, ‘Little Hutt House’ in Mount Lawley, three kilometres northeast of the CBD, is based on the principles of Shou Sugi Ban, an ancient Japanese concept which creates a seamless connection between the interior and outdoor spaces to bring the tranquility of nature into every corner.