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The Open House Contemporary Home - Location: Sydney, Australia Architect: Elaine Richardson http://www.erarchitect.com.au Music: Prelude No. 21 by Chris Zabriskie Prelude No. 21 by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/preludes/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
I Love You, Man movie clips: http://j.mp/1uyNgmL BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/rzwlht Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: Peter (Paul Rudd) meets Sydney (Jason Segel) at Lou Ferrigno's open house. FILM DESCRIPTION: Engaged to the woman of his dreams yet uncomfortable with the prospect of not having a best man for his upcoming wedding, a successful real estate agent with no male friends schedules a series of "man dates" in hopes of finding a suitable candidate for the big day. Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) is just like most other guys, only when it comes to making friends he's always been a bit withdrawn. After proposing to his girlfriend, Zooey (Rashida Jones), however, Peter quickly realizes that he doesn't even have any friends close enough to qualif...
On Thursday 3 October we heard from Ian Innes, Assistant Director, Creative Services at Sydney Living Museums and Virginia Kerridge, Virginia Kerridge Architect as they discussed the 'Verandah: Inside and out'. Ian's presentation included a discussion on the influence of Indian and Portuguese design on the Australian verandah and he also presented historical examples of the verandah such as those from the colonial and regency era including Durham Hall, Elizabeth Farm and Rockwall villa. Virginia then presented many contemporary examples of the verandah including designs by Kengo Kuma and her award winning House in Country NSW which won the Australian House of the Year award in 2011.
On 4 and 5 November, Sydney Open invites the curious and intrepid to see inside the heritage treasures that trace the city’s beginnings and the architectural wonders that are shaping its present and future. On Saturday 4 November, explore some of Sydney’s most in-demand spaces and buildings, old and new, with our expert-led Focus Tours taking you behind the scenes. Then on Sunday 5 November, take the reins and devise your own itinerary from our open-access program of over 40 buildings across the CBD, Central, Redfern and Eveleigh.
Architect Howard Tanner AM, Senior Consultant with Tanner Kibble Denton Architects (and recent recipient of the Order of Australia) and Dr Rebecca Huntley, Director of Ipsos research, were invited to talk on the topic of The Changing Home: From British influence to Australian aesthetic. Howard began the evening with a presentation on how Australians historically view the rooms in their houses and how this relates more broadly to trends and issues in Australian society. His presentation covered topics such as the evolution of the Australian House, which originated from British prototypes, the origins of the house as a form of shelter, the house as a statement of public pretension and the house as a series of compartments linked by hallways; each room for a specific purpose. Dr Rebecca H...
October 3 saw the fourth Rooms in the House event, Living Room: changing reflections on how we live take place at The Mint. The evening began with attendees enjoying a visit to the Caroline Simpson Library to view items from the collection such as magazines, architectural pattern books, trade catalogues and photographs that relate to the living room that are not normally on public display. Attendees then enjoyed talks by editorial consultant and author Karen McCartney and Anthony Gill of Anthony Gill Architects who discussed how the design and use of the living room has changed over time. Karen's talk included a personal reflection about the joys and challenges of living in the Bruce Rickard designed Marshall House and discussed how its relatively small footprint and open plan layout en...
The devastating legacies of British colonialism are felt globally. Dr Shashi Tharoor's latest book is Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India, a blistering post-colonial reassessment, exposing the sins of an empire. It tracks the real story of the British in India - from the arrival of the East India Company to the end of the Raj. Tharoor served for twenty-nine years at the UN, culminating as Under-Secretary-General. He is a Congress MP in India, the author of fifteen books, and has won numerous literary awards, including a Commonwealth Writers' Prize. He was in conversation with the Guardian's Ben Doherty at Antidote Festival. __ SUBSCRIBE to Sydney Opera House Talks and Ideas: http://bit.ly/SOHIdeasYT Get a new talk every week with the Ideas at the House podcast: https://i...
Curator Scott Hill and academic Dr Judith O'Callaghan talk on the topic of The Dining Room: changing social norms and fashions, as a part of the latest Sydney open talk series presented by Sydney Living Museums. For more information about talks in this series visit sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/rooms
There’s so much to see and do at the University of Sydney Open Day. Take the time to explore your options and the fun side of the University of Sydney and immerse yourself in our amazing campus experience. Get a taste of the breadth and depth of courses we offer and have all your questions answered. You’ll meet inspiring academics and like-minded friends along the way. Together you’ll explore the unknown, challenge your boundaries, discover new opportunities – and have a lot of fun! Find out more: http://sydney.edu.au/open-day Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/2czTNH3 Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sydneyuni Twitter: https://twitter.com/sydney_uni Instagram: https://instagram.com/sydney_uni
Far removed from the skyscrapers and residential towers for which architect Harry Seidler became known, the house he designed with his wife is governed by Bauhaus aesthetics that are just as forward-thinking today as they were in the 1960s. Monocle Films visits Penelope Seidler in her dream home. To discover more about Monocle magazine head to http://monocle.com
Amazing Tiny House with open feel, everything transforms! Bed on DIY electric lift! Our favorite tiny house yet! Subscribe to my channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/knockoffwood?sub_confirmation=1 More info and plans/sources: http://www.ana-white.com/2017/01/open-concept-rustic-modern-tiny-house-photo-tour-and-sources Full of fresh, original tiny house ideas, this 24 foot long rustic modern tiny dream home on wheels has it all ... and open space to boot! Featuring a ceiling bed with automatic lift, convertible lounge area, flip up desk piece, clever sliding closet in the shower, sliding pantry shelf, hidden laundry, and much, much more, this tiny house achieves modern comfort in an open concept floor plan.
On 24 October 2013 we heard from Design Historian Michael Bogle and Architect Hannah Tribe as they discussed The Kitchen: where technology meets creative expression. Michael discussed how the changing design of the domestic kitchen in the 20th century has demonstrated the evolution and/or devolution of family life, where the room's elastic boundaries expand and contract to absorb design innovations, technological wizardry and seamlessly morphing contemporary social patterns. He also discussed how a number of female architects and designers contributed to the creation of a new 'domestic science', developing innovations that continue to guide contemporary design and also the disappearance of the 'fourth wall' to establish cooking as theatre. Hannah then spoke about the kitchen being the ro...
After two spellbinding sold-out Concert Hall performances, Sydney Opera House and its Major Partner Intel are honoured to announce that the hauntingly-beautiful whispery acoustics of José González has graced a stage unlike any other. As part of a new digital collaboration produced in the Intel Broadcast Studios, Nooks & Crannies is a unique live music series celebrating iconic architecture and artistic expression in unexpected and spectacular unseen spaces inside Sydney Opera House. The first episode of the series features Sweden’s answer to the great modern troubadour. We can’t look away as González’s soft voice and gentle guitar fill the inner shell of the A3 sail as he performs his beautiful song "Open Book" from last year's album release Vestiges & Claws. Directed by VERSUS http:/...
This business networking lunch is a joint initiative of local Chambers, Councils & Networking Groups in Western Sydney. All welcome, bookings essential. For more information or to register go to https://www.stickytickets.com.au/16904 or call the BEC on 9212-05555
Visit http://nscc.ca/OpenHouse for more information. We'll be opening our doors - and our classrooms, labs, libraries and other spaces - for a day of exploration, learning and community celebration. Everyone is invited to NSCC campuses across the province for an exciting day of tours, faculty demonstrations, interactive displays and information sessions to learn if NSCC is right for you. Follow #nsccOpenHouse to see what it's like!
So you think you've had a walk in the park.
You don't think you've been working too hard.
It looks like he's been opening up.
He don't want to but he can't stop, can't stop.
And what's the name you try to find?
And did you see the way she appeared?
She's the type that knows everyone here.
Another face but I don't know the name.
Know her friends and you know she's just the same.
And what's the name you try to find?
Open house and I'm opening up.
Don't want to but I can't stop, can't stop.
Open house and I'll never calm down.
Clear it up when the morning comes around.