The design is, according to Fobert, “led by daylight, by using daylight as a material. It would be ridiculous to build a gallery in St Ives without daylight.” Of course, but the problem with many art spaces is that this precious luminance is so managed and processed in the interests of conservation that it might as well be artificial. Or else curators draw the blinds and turn on the lights anyway, because it’s easier. Here, working with the environmental engineers Max Fordham, Fobert has striven to make a place where you properly sense the outside. There is a high degree of tuning that few visitors will notice but is crucial to its success, such as the placing of the roof lights over the beams in ways that soften harsh conflicts of light and shade. … [Read more...] about Tate St Ives extension: repose and spaciousness
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Whether it be my railing against his poor choices (such as spending what’s left of his monthly wage on nights out with his friends, leaving me to pay for most things we do), or his insecurity when I fail to contact him when out with my friends (he’s been known to read my phone and park near my home when feeling insecure), with each blistering argument we find ourselves losing the support of family and friends. I’m finding it hard to justify remaining in a relationship that has become progressively unhealthy for us both. … [Read more...] about I fight all the time with my young boyfriend. Can we work it out?
Sales of all bagged traditional house coal (through retailers, supermarkets and DIY stores) will be phased out by February 2021 Loose coal sold direct to customers via approved coal merchants will end by February 2023 Sales of wet wood in units of under two cubic metres (such as at DIY stores and garden centres) will be restricted from sale from February 2021 Wet wood sold in larger volumes will need to be sold with advice on how to dry it before burning from this date Manufacturers of solid fuels will also need to show their products have a very low sulphur content and only emit a small amount of smoke These regulations will apply in England only Wet logs produce high levels of smoke - releasing more than twice the amount of smoke emissions than from seasoned or dry wood. … [Read more...] about Wood burning stove ban – what are the new rules and what fuel can I burn?
May 4 2017 - Buckingham Palace announces the duke is to retire. Tributes are paid to his years of royal duty.May 10 and May 17 - Days later, Philip, then 95, is out and about carriage-driving at Windsor and at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.June 10 - The duke celebrates his 96th birthday.June 13 - The Queen and Philip visit Slough railway station in Berkshire to mark the 175th anniversary of the first rail journey by a monarch.June 17 - The duke helps the Queen mark her official 91st birthday at the annual Trooping the Colour parade.June 20 - Philip spends the day at Royal Ascot, where temperatures are so sweltering that the dress code in the Royal Enclosure is relaxed for the first time. But that evening, he is admitted to King Edward VII's Hospital in London as a precautionary measure, for treatment for an infection arising from a pre-existing condition.June 21 - The duke misses the State Opening of Parliament. The Prince of Wales steps in to accompany the Queen.June 22 - Philip is … [Read more...] about Prince Philip’s HELICOPTER dash to hospital: Frail Duke, 98, battled ‘flu-like’ illness for weeks and suffered a fall before being rushed from Sandringham to London’s King Edward VII to treat ‘pre-existing condition’
'And some of the things that she would explain was this excessive control of Rowan, the sexual abuse daily, and if she didn't have sex with him, he would punish not only her but also the children. … [Read more...] about Anti-feminist says monster father who killed his wife and three kids in petrol explosion might have been ‘driven too far’ and PRAISES police for keeping an ‘open mind’