DOWNLOAD: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8DZLNf2LOiBbEF5LXVDRjg3OTg/view?usp=sharing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I've been away for a year, I know, but i'm back! Let's take a look around a very quaint and pretty Stately Home... Basildon Park is a country house situated between the villages of Upper Basildon and Lower Basildon. It is owned by the National Trust now, but was owned by Lord & Lady Iliffe. The building is a Grade I listed building. The house was built between 1776 and 1783 for Sir Francis Sykes and designed by John Carr in the Palladian style at a time when Palladianism was giving way to the newly fashionable neoclassicism. Thus, the interiors are in a neoclassical "Adamesque" style. I have done what I can with the tools available on the Sims 3, and i'm quite happy with it. I will add that I have added a few additions to the house including the outer stairs at the back of the property. The first floor, basement, and wings are also completely imagined as i'm unsure what their floor-plan was. The main house has 8 bedrooms with some en-suite, there are 6 staff bedrooms and a full servants quarters. The house also benefits from 2 'apartments', one being the remodelled laundry wing in to 'Apartment A', a 3 bedroom, 3 reception room separate dwelling. 'Apartment B' is located within the main house on the lower ground floor and is an ideal butler/housekeepers flat. You may recognise a few of the rooms because this house was the filming location for Downton Abbey's 'Grantham House'! I hope you enjoy!
The Edge is a distinctive modern dwelling manufactured in Britain by Boutique Modern Ltd. They produce modular houses that are designed with sustainability and energy-efficiency in mind. One design element that makes the Edge stand out is its exterior framework of galvanized structural steel. Boutique Modern says it was inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Farnsworth House. The steel framework gives the building the needed strength to be delivered from the factory and lifted into place, and to be relocated again if necessary. Unlike the glass-walled Farnsworth House, the Edge’s framework is filled in with a combination of solid walls interspersed with sections of floor-to-ceiling glass. The oak siding, galvanized steel and glass complement each other quite nicely for a pleasing overall appearance. The Edge comes in two sizes, 12.3 m x 6.75 m (about 42′ x 22′) and 15.5 m x 6.75 m (about 52′ x 22′). Although factory-built, each home is built to order and can be customized by the purchaser. As none of the interior walls are load-bearing, the room layouts and window placements can be changed to suit the client and the specific conditions of the destination site. Typically the smaller version will be configured as a two-bedroom floor plan while the larger version will be used for three-bedroom plans. The Edge shown here is the show home for Penmayne Edge Park, a small vacation home development in Rock, North Cornwall that will eventually be home to ten of the modular dwellings. As a show home, it contains a number of optional upgrades. However even the base models leave the Boutique Modern factory with a high level of finishes that include engineered hardwood flooring and in-floor heating. Energy requirements are kept low by the use of highly-insulating structural insulated panels for the walls, floor and roof. The large south-facing windows (window size and placement is customized for the site conditions) allow for passive solar heat gain, and are triple glazed to keep the heat in at night. As a result, Boutique Modern anticipates that passive solar will provide the bulk of the heating. Supplemental heating is electric. To offset a portion of the electricity use, all Edge homes come with one kilowatt of photo-voltaic solar panels as standard equipment, and there is an option for more. Other environmentally friendly features include a rainwater collection system and an optional green roof. Photographs courtesy of Boutique Modern Ltd and Higher Penmayne Farm. http://www.boutiquemodern.co.uk/ http://www.higherpenmaynefarm.co.uk/ More Videos: #tinyhouse #tinyhouses #smallhouse #cottage #cabin #tiny #tinyhome ============================ #TinyHouseLover is a channel sharing homes under 500 sq ft. In the past few years, #tiny homes have surged in popularity. They're economical, environmentally friendly, and encourage people to live minimally.
To find out more about this property click: http://haart.co.uk/HRT009714338 or contact Basildon on 01268 284656 or E-Mail: email@example.com Within easy reach of Northlands Park and transport links, this two bedroom flat is perfect for anyone searching for their first home. Finished to a very high standard, you can move straight in and put your furniture in place. An internal viewing is highly recommended. Call the office today. Entrance Door opening into communal hallway with stairs leading to first floor, private entrance door opening into open plan hallway/dining area with laminate flooring, radiator, three storage cupboards with fitted shelving, led lighting, doors to all rooms, open to: Kitchen 11'2 x 5'4 (3.40m x 1.63m) Fitted with a range of wall mounted units and base units with roll edge worksurfaces above incorporating stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, display cupboard, integrated oven and hob with extractor hood above, tiled walls, cupboard housing combi boiler, double glazed window to front. Lounge 13'4 x 10'1 (4.06m x 3.07m) Laminate flooring, radiator, double glazed window to rear, obscured double glazed door leading to balcony with double glazed window to rear. Bedroom One 10'4 x 9'5 (3.15m x 2.87m) Laminate flooring, radiator, double glazed window to rear. Bedroom Two 8'9 x 4'9 (2.67m x 1.45m) Laminate flooring, radiator, double glazed window to front. Bathroom Three piece suite comprising of bath with mixer shower tap, wash hand basin set in vanity unit with mixer waterfall tap, and low level WC, tiled walls and flooring, heated towel rail, fitted mirror and shelf with cupboard and spotlights, extractor fan.
How would you feel to be met by a luxuriant jungle every time you come home? Across a narrow stone and metal bridge in North London, a modern family home rises to impose its elegant shape on the grounds of what used to be a late 1950’s house in Fitzroy Park, London, United Kingdom. Within the Highgate Conservation area, the Fitzroy Park House was imagined by Stanton Williams Architects as a structure integrated in its inspiring landscape. Architects saw an opportunity to create an unusual floor plan inspired by surroundings: “The design strategy takes advantage of the sloping site by creating new additional spaces within the lower garden level.” Read more: http://freshome.com/2015/01/13/unique-fitzroy-park-home-embedded-in-lush-surroundings/ More architectural and interior design inspirations on http://www.homedesignlove.com Follow us on GOOGLE PLUS: https://plus.google.com/+homedesignlove Follow us on PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/homedesignlove/ Follow us on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/homedesignlove Check us out on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/homedesignlove
A short informative documentary that explores the 2012 Olympics and the plans and preparations taking place in Essex. Produced by Dean Simmons Thank you to: Barbara Mills (Essex County Council) Philip Miller MBE (Stockvale Ltd.) James Cracknell OBE Adam Keating (Basildon Renaissance Group) Scott Hann and Max Whitlock (South Essex Gymnastics Club)
Two Weathering Steel Volumes Adapted to Modern Family Living: The Kew House Video Two Weathering Steel Volumes Adapted to Modern Family Living: The Kew House Designing a four-bedroom family home within the Kew Green Conservation Area of southwest London, England was a challenge the architects at Piercy&Co successfully met. The Kew House is composed of two weathering steel volumes implemented in the continuity of a retained nineteenth century stable wall. In response to the client’s brief, “Piercy&Company designed the house as a built diagram of the way the family wanted to use the spaces, with an internal landscape of alternative routes and levels connecting expressive areas aimed at creating moments of delight for adults and children alike”. An abundance of natural lighting and flexible areas for socializing stood at the basis of the layout: “The house is formed of a simple plan to make the most of the constrained site, reduce the building’s mass in the streetscape and respond to the living patterns of the family. Consisting of two rectangles; one slightly smaller, set back and sunken 1m lower, the wings each have living spaces on the ground floor and bedrooms above.” Despite an array of planning constraints, the residence answers the modern living needs of a family, while being well anchored in its architecture context. [Photography by Jack Hobhouse]
A £100 MILLION leisure plan for Lakeside shopping centre in Thurrock has been unveiled this afternoon - this is how it will look
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www.flexspaceone.co.uk This second floor accommodation is of open plan design and provides a net internal area of 3,182 sq ft. A total of 3 car parking spaces are provided. This office suite offers occupiers: Raised floors Suspended ceiling Air conditioning Double glazed windows Passenger lift Category II lighting Fully DDA compliant Flexspace One is well located having the benefit of excellent public transport and being within 5 minutes walk of Clapton Station, which provides regular services to London Liverpool Street (12 minutes). The property is also benefits from being within close proximity to Stratford, the Olympic Park and only 4 miles from the City of London. www.sbhPageRead.co.uk/Docklands firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7474 9898
DOWNLOAD: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8DZLNf2LOiBVU1UQVBYRW82NUE/edit?usp=sharing Penthouse apartment of the ultra-exclusive Fifth Avenue building. The 15-story building, which houses 43 different apartments, was built in 1925 by architect George F. Pelham, Jr., who also designed the Castle Village apartment complex in Hudson Heights and the residential building located at 1120 Park Avenue. ----------------------------- IF your Sim is living in Bridgeport or another big city... And you don't want to live in a small house or a stuffy 1 bedroom studio that EA seem to think that all apartments look like... Then why not try a luxurious 4 bedroom (5 with the maid/staff's room) beautiful penthouse apartment with large spacious reception rooms and a large rooftop terrace for all your social parties and gatherings... All yours for the bargain price of $220,000. Move in your Blair Waldorf or Lily Bass ;) Enjoy.