The house is characterized by a sandwich like structure, a glass and wood filling between two identically sized slices that form the floor and the ceiling The floor is built on a buoyant The materials and furnishings are luxurious but understated, with purposely no connection to boat interiors, as this is not a boat but a home.
Feb , A fiberglass pontoon boat, having raised and integrated fiberglass side rails, a flat floor, and a side entry level with the flat floor Integrated seats are Additionally, the traditional aluminum construction is prohibitive to many of the modern features being pioneered in other segments of the boating industry.
Aug , Due to reinvention and hand making turned into digital manufacturing, plywood seems to be a perennially modern material With specimens of boats, planes and chairs dangling from the ceiling, the plywood show brings to one s mind a knowingly arranged all in one shop, displaying old trends and
This was certainly an apt designation, in view of the cruiser s dimensions it measured in length, in breadth and in height (from the water line to the boat deck), and could carry up to , passengers and crew Powered by steam boilers, the Titanic could reach a record speed of knots ( mph).
Apr , Hull and deck are built in a sandwich construction made up of isolatic polyester resin and biaxial E glass fabric The X is developed to a very high and modern standard, incorporating features such as a complete deck inner liner, integrated halogen light fittings and complete GRP head compartments
Feb , (The other way around isn t always true, with an already damaged battery leaking battery acid on a concrete floor potentially causing some damage to said concrete As with so many such myths, it once had a basis in fact a remnant of an era when car batteries were made of different materials.
May , Associated Architects redesigned the building as a two storey structure with a boat shaped first floor that cantilevers out towards the adjacent River This and the gently curving plan, following [Worcester s] historic defensive line, give the building a distinctive modern presence on Riverside Walk, say the
Sep , Ship transport is the process of moving goods or materials by barge, boat, sail, or ship across a sea, ocean, channel, or lake Cable transport Transport on other planets involves the use to modern technology to assist in space exploration by shuttling machines and other materials to parts of the galaxy.
Jun , I hate to admit it but I have come to accept the gently sloped house sides that some of the modern production boats have Structurally, I suspect that they are easier to design They provide more room down below and a good surface to walk on while on deck and heeling over Obviously this can be overdone
Feb , Located on one of the many islands dotting The Archipelago in Georgian Bay, Ontario, this private boathouse and docking facility designed by Kevin Weiss of Weiss Architecture Urbanism Limited exemplifies a quiet and precise modernism Through careful form making and the use of rustic materials, the
Dec , There were homes with floor to ceiling windows and lighter tones, there were raised floors that boost the view, and rustic materials that bring warmth inside There were Coe renewed the exterior of the Naples Island house to be reminiscent of a boat, but modern in aesthetic and function. The inside was
Jul , To complete a map of Earth s ocean floor, you ve got to take to the high seas by boat HMS_Challenger_.jpg We ve come a long way Modern ships like those that will be employed by Seabed are outfitted with multibeam bathymetry systems These sensors ping large swaths of ocean floor with
If these plates are not stiffened, the bending moments on the plates due to the loads may exceed the value of stress that can be withstood by the material, and In these ships, the plate floors (see the figure to understand the context of Floors in shipbuilding) themselves act as the stiffening members of the bottom shell
The cool Scandinavian style of this unusual land loving boat house embraces traditional Finnish culture, materials and design The house is efficiently laid out, much like a sea ship s interior cozy and casual, with wood cladding the floors, walls and ceilings Contemporary minimalist house where it s all in the details.
The Wisner family tradition includes Norwegian and English boatbuilding methods, including traditional knotwork, netmaking, and modern fittings and maintenance Economical on materials and transport, this foot boat can hold to people, made from sheets of plywood, some x s, plus glue and hardware And it s
Jan , The wooden cabin is another neat example of the pursuit of countryside quietness that became a movement among the partakers of modern times in hectic and crowded urban The concrete floor, a subtle contrast to warmth of the wood, is visually extending Boat House to the nearby sandy coastline.
Mar , They come in all shapes and sizes, from traditional looking contemporary homes that just happen to be floating on water to ultramodern houseboat concepts t Using the same construction methods and materials that make a boat lightweight, flexible and strong, the boat builders created this prefabricated
Aug , This modern club house on Lake Tahoe by Ritz Carlton uses materials like ledgestone, cedar wood, steel and glass to create a contemporary appearance On the water side of Lake Club, there s a ground floor dining terrace and an expansive lawn that extends to the water s edge There s also an outdoor
Aug , Although Zumthor used modern materials and techniques for this particular design, the cylindar shaped chapel blends naturally into its context, without offending the traditional and historical dimension of the Alpine village For example The roof of the chapel is reminiscent of the hull of a boat Mediating