A discussion with architect Sebastian LauffSebastian Lauff is an architect, building consultant, and the founder of archimag.de. He’s based in Germany and has recently written a book about Hugo Junkers and his work in the field of metal architecture. As a #DellInsideCircle member, Sebastian uses a Precision 5750 mobile workstation in his day-to-day work. We recently spoke with him about all things technology and architecture.Dell: Thanks so much for joining us Mr Lauff. You’re an experienced architect – what role does IT play in your industry?Sebastian: We were using pens and pencils when I began my studies in the 1990s, and we were all eager to move towards computers and CAD tools. Things are completely different now, and IT plays an extremely important role in architecture today. The developments in building information modeling (BIM) would never have been possible without IT. However, it is important that technology doesn’t restrict our capabilities. In the early days, IT and CAD led to simpler designs that were very orthogonal because people were pushing the technology to its limits. Nowadays, we are only limited by our own imagination, thanks to powerful technology and tools like touchscreens and styluses. What key technologies in the architecture industry have changed tremendously in the last years? Nothing has changed that drastically in recent years. The applications for single-family home building permits made using pencil and paper in the 1960s and the 1970s have now been replaced with those using computers and printers in 2020. And, of course, materials have improved. We are slowly moving towards BIM; we desperately need digital building applications and 3D printing. Hopefully, materials currently under development will improve a lot in the coming years.Technologies like Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) have been fascinating developments and I have been watching them closely. The ability to see real-time developments through a headset could be useful, but that’s not been widely adopted yet. In the future, we’ll likely see VR and AR used at construction sites, where the workers and architects will be able to see the plans superimposed onto the specific stage of construction. You’ve been using Dell Precision workstations for a while. Have mobile workstations changed the way you work? Ultimately, a mobile workstation has to perform at least as well as a desktop computer. You become quicker and more independent. Touchscreen and stylus features allow you to enter notes and sketches directly into the productive system. This cuts out at least one step of the process and reduces paper use! It’s also very important to have an outstanding screen. Personally, color accuracy is not as important to me as having a bright screen because I want to always be able to see every single detail.I have found that the Precision 5750 operates smoothly, and it also looks great. As it is powerful and portable, I can be productive freely and independently anywhere. You don’t have to worry about the IT side of things and you get a tool that opens up new possibilities. What advice would you give to creators looking to invest in technology? I think I speak for a lot of creative people when I say that working with pencil and paper brings out the highest amount of creativity. These techniques can now be reproduced using technology, to the extent that sketches can be made directly where the creative reworking takes place. Take advantage of the touchscreen capabilities on your devices – whether it’s your phone or a laptop. In my opinion, the combination of a mobile workstation with a large secondary screen is a real powerhouse. With that kind of solution, you’re flexible and equipped for every situation.Finally, which three technological devices could you not live without?My phone ranks at the top of the list since it is by far my most used technological device. After that, a nice and high-performance workstation. However, we all too quickly forget home appliances, heating, refrigerators etc. – and preferably smart devices with wireless connectivity. They are often not mentioned within this context because they have become a part of our everyday lives.
Related Shows Boy Show Closed This production ended its run on April 9, 2016 Tickets are now on sale to see Bobby Steggert and more in the world premiere of Anna Ziegler’s Boy. Directed by Linsay Firman, the Keen Company’s off-Broadway production will play a limited engagement February 23 through April 9. Opening night is set for March 10 at the Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row.Inspired by a true story, Boy explores the tricky terrain of finding love amidst the confusion of sexual identity, and the inextricable bond between a doctor and patient. In the 1960s, a well-intentioned doctor convinces the parents of a male infant to raise their son as a girl after a terrible accident. Two decades later, the repercussions of that choice continue to unfold. A story of the blinding power of love and the complicated mystery of one’s perception of self, Boy calls into question how we become who we are.Joining Steggert (Ragtime, Mothers & Sons) in the cast will be Heidi Armbruster (Time Stands Still, Disgraced), Ted Koch (Pillowman, Death of a Salesman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof), Paul Niebanck (A Walk in The Woods, Barbecue) and Rebecca Rittenhouse (Commons of Pensacola, Blood & Oil).The production will feature set design by Sandra Goldmark, costumes by Sydney Maresca, lighting by Nick Francone, sound by Shane Rettig and props by Ricola Wille. ‘Boy'(Photo by Zach DeZon) View Comments
Former Doctor Who star David Tennant is set to return to the West End—he will take on the titular role in Patrick Marber’s play Don Juan in Soho. Marber himself will direct the production, which is set to begin previews on March 17, 2017 and officially open on March 28. The limited engagement is scheduled to run through June 10 at the Wyndham’s Theatre.Loosely based on Molière tragicomedy Don Juan, this savagely funny and filthy modern update transports the action to contemporary London and follows the final adventures of its debauched protagonist—a cruel seducer who lives only for pleasure.Tennant’s additional screen credits include Broadchurch, Casanova, Jessica Jones and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Theater credits include Hamlet, Richard II and Much Ado About Nothing.The production will feature set and costume designs by Anne Fleischle and sound and music by Adam Cork. Further casting will be announced later. View Comments David Tennant
By Raúl Sánchez-Azuara August 05, 2019 Venezuela enjoys the largest proven oil reserves in the world. According to OPEC’s 2018 Annual Statistical Bulletin, some of Venezuela’s natural resources include gas, iron, gold, bauxite, and diamonds. Its economy, however, is spiraling downward with no end in sight.With these indicators, in 1997, Venezuela showed great promise as a future major economy in the hemisphere. Problems started in 1998 with Hugo Chávez’s presidency, and began freefalling in 2013, when illegitimate President Nicolás Maduro took office. In April 2019, the price of a basic food basket for five people reached $91, which means that a family would require 21.4 minimum wages just to cover their basic food needs.If we consider a household with two working people, that income is only enough to buy food for 4.5 days each month. There is no money left to buy food for the remaining 24.5 days, much less for basic services, such as medicine and rent, according to the Venezuelan nongovernmental organization Documentation and Analysis Center for Workers (CENDA, in Spanish) .In May 2019, the Central Bank of Venezuela revealed, after almost four years of silence, that the country’s Gross Domestic Product fell by 22.5 percent. Even popular dishes like arepas, a staple of Venezuelan cuisine, are now famous for the historically high prices of their ingredients, said Venezuelan newspaper El Nacional, which Maduro closed in December 2018, but which still operates as an online platform from abroad. In December 2018, an arepa viuda (without filling) cost $6. In contrast, in 1997, an arepa cost $0.60, the newspaper said.“Instead of arepas, I feed pasta to my children, because that’s what I can afford,” said housewife Andrea Durán to TV Venezuela in Caracas, on June 7. “Giving them food with protein is history.”Since 1998, the industrial sector has fallen by 95 percent, resulting in unemployment, indicated radiorumbos.net, the online site of the Venezuela radio station. “But if there’s a political change, 42 percent of Venezuelan manufacturers would make new investment in their companies,” said Venezuelan industry group CONINDUSTRIA.
– Advertisement – The athlete was previously married to stylist Sanne Hamers from 2012 to 2017.Russell has been an uncle since 2004 when Hudson gave birth to son Ryder, now 16, with her then-husband, Chris Robinson. The actress is also the mother of Bingham, 9, and Rani, 2, with Matt Bellamy and Danny Fujikawa, respectively.Kate Hudson and Wyatt Russell Shutterstock (2)- Advertisement – In the social media upload, the Fabletics creator kissed Hagner’s bump while wearing a flower crown. Blue balloons were visible in the background, alongside silver ones spelling “BABY.”Meredith Hagner and Kate Hudson Courtesy of Kate Hudson/Instagram“Ahhhh,” Amy Schumer commented on the party pic.Russell, 34, and Hagner, 33, tied the knot in September 2019 in Aspen, Colorado, one year after the former professional ice hockey player proposed. The couple met and fell in love on the 2016 set of Folk Hero & Funny Guy.- Advertisement – Baby on the way! Kate Hudson revealed on Sunday, November 15, that her sister-in-law, actress Meredith Hagner, is pregnant with her and Wyatt Russell’s first child.“Celebrating our next family member today,” the Almost Famous star, 41, captioned her Instagram announcement. “First for my bro Wy and @merediththeweasel. We are over the moon and can’t wait!!!!”- Advertisement – As for her and Russell’s brother, Oliver Hudson, the actor, 44, shares Wilder, 13, Bodhi, 10, and Rio, 7, with wife Erinn Bartlett.In November 2018, Oliver exclusively told Us Weekly that he is the “cool uncle” to Kate’s kids, explaining, “I let my kids watch movies that I probably shouldn’t, so when Kate’s kids come to my house, I’m sure they’re pretty excited because I let them watch things that Kate will not let them watch. Worth the risk. You need an uncle that’s gonna let them do things. That’s the point of being a cool uncle!”The Nashville alum, who “sometimes” does get in trouble with his sister for that decision, went on to tell Us at the time that Rani was a “great” addition to their family.Wyatt Russell and Meredith Hagner Courtesy of Meredith Hagner/Instagram“Beautiful, healthy, happy,” the Splitting Up Together star gushed of his niece. “She’s doing great.”Oliver and Kate’s parents are Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, but they were ultimately raised by Hawn, 74, and her longtime partner Kurt Russell, after their parents’ divorce in 1980. Wyatt was born six years later.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories!
Oct 7, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – The number of children who have died from a combination of influenza infection and bacterial pneumonia—in many cases due to the superbug methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)—has risen sharply over the past few years, federal epidemiologists say in a new report that urges flu shots as a preventative.Overall, the researchers say, child deaths from influenza are relatively uncommon. There were 166 between autumn 2004 and spring 2007, according to a new national reporting system, only a few more than the 153 that occurred in the harsh 2003-04 flu season and prompted the reporting system’s founding. But child deaths from flu are rising, and serious complications from bacterial infections such as MRSA are playing a much larger role.Staph infection is difficult to prevent: The bacterium lives on the skin and in the nostrils and causes disease unpredictably. But “you can’t have this overwhelming catastrophic complication without also having the flu, so if you can prevent the flu, you can prevent the coinfection,” Lyn Finelli, DrPH, chief of influenza surveillance at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said in an interview.Finelli is lead author of the report in the October issue of Pediatrics, which is co-authored by flu and MRSA researchers from two CDC divisions. The article analyzes reports of child deaths from flu filed by 39 states and two local health departments since the CDC made child death from flu a nationally reportable illness in 2004.Issue emerged 4 years agoThe rate at which children die because of flu is thinly researched; it emerged as an important health issue only after the 153 deaths in the 2003-04 season were tallied. Up to that point, modeling based on flu surveillance reports and death-certificate data had estimated that 28 to 92 children younger than 5 died of flu each year in the United States.The new surveillance system, which the authors acknowledge does not yet report all deaths, found 47 child deaths from flu in the 2004-05 season, 46 in 2005-06, and 73 in 2006-07, all relatively mild flu seasons. (Preliminary reports from 2007-08, not included in the paper, have identified 86 deaths.) The deaths were very rapid: 45% of the children died within 72 hours of their first symptoms and 75% died within a week, while 43% died either at home or in an emergency room.Bacterial infection superimposed on flu was not the only cause of death; children also died from seizures, encephalitis, and shock. But it played an important role: Coinfections were involved in 6%, 15%, and 34% in the three successive seasons, a fivefold increase. Almost all of that increase was due to S aureus: There were one staph infection in 2004-05, 3 in 2005-06, and 22 in 2006-07, and 64% of the staph infections were drug-resistant.(Oddly, very little illness was attributed to Streptococcus pneumoniae [pneumococcus] historically the No. 1 cause of pneumonia in children—a finding that may reflect the influence of new pneumococcal vaccines.)Staph pneumonia is not a new phenomenon; from 3% to 10% of pneumonias that begin outside hospitals have been attributed to staph, but those pneumonias tend to occur in the elderly and immune-impaired. And the severity of simultaneous staph and flu infections has been documented after each influenza pandemic, in which large numbers of deaths were attributed to bacterial pneumonia.But the staph pneumonias recorded by the new reporting system represent an apparently new development, because they occurred in previously healthy children infected with a seasonal flu virus that presumably does less damage to the lungs and immune response than a novel pandemic one. And they appear to be occurring at the same time as a rapid rise in MRSA colonization in the United States, which doubled between 2001 and 2004.Most victims weren’t vaccinatedA troubling aspect of the report is that most of the children who died had not been vaccinated against flu, which would have protected them from primary viral onslaughts such as encephalopathy, as well as from the lethal synergy of flu and bacterial infection. Ninety of the 166 had an underlying condition such as asthma or a seizure disorder, but only 18 of them had received even one of the two flu shots recommended for young children.But, on the other hand, flu-shot recommendations for young children have changed over the past few years; 76 of the children were in age-groups not specifically recommended to receive flu shots in the years they died.This flu season, for the first time, federal guidelines call for all children and teens up to 18 to receive flu shots. But motivating parents to get children vaccinated is proving challenging. A recent CDC report said that only about 21% of children 6 to 23 months old were fully vaccinated in the 2006-07 flu season, 2 years after guidelines recommended they be immunized, and a smaller study this year found only 16.5% of 2- to 5-year-olds were fully vaccinated.Given low levels of vaccine protection, physicians should consider giving influenza antiviral drugs when children are hospitalized with flu, because the drugs have been shown to reduce complications, the article says. And given how rapidly the reported deaths occurred, vancomycin or another antibiotic of last resort should be considered if MRSA is suspected and until it can be ruled out by lab tests.Finelli L, Fiore A, Dhara R, et al. Influenza-associated pediatric mortality in the United States: increase of Staphylococcus aureus coinfection. Pediatrics 2008;122:805-11 [Abstract]See also: Reports on the following topics:Estimates of children’s mortality from flu:Thompson WW, Shay DK, Weintraub E, et al. Mortality associated with influenza and respiratory syncytial virus in the United States. JAMA 2003;289:179-86 [Abstract]Influence of pneumococcal vaccines:Whitney CG, Farley MM, Hadler J, et al. Decline in invasive pneumococcal disease after the introduction of protein-polysaccharide conjugate vaccine. N Engl J Med 2003;348:1737-46 [Abstract]Incidence of community-acquired staph pneumonia:Fine MJ, Smith MA, Carson CA, et al. Prognosis and outcomes of patients with community-acquired pneumonia. A meta-analysis. JAMA 1996;275:134-41 [Abstract]Bacterial pneumonia and pandemic flu:Schwarzmann SW, Adler JL, Sullivan RJ, Jr., et al. Bacterial pneumonia during the Hong Kong influenza epidemic of 1968-1969. Arch Intern Med 1971;127:1037-411957:Louria DB, Blumenfeld HL, Ellis JT, et al. Studies on influenza in the pandemic of 1957-1958. II. Pulmonary complications of influenza. J Clin Invest 1959;38:213-65 [Full text]1918:Morens DM, Taubenberger JK, Fauci AS. Predominant role of bacterial pneumonia as a cause of death in pandemic influenza: implications for pandemic influenza preparedness. J Infect Dis 2008;198:962-70 [Full text]MRSA colonization statistics:Gorwitz RJ, Kruszon-Moran D, McAllister SK, et al. Changes in the prevalence of nasal colonization with Staphylococcus aureus in the United States, 2001-2004. J Infect Dis 2008;197:1226-34 [Full text]Flu immunization coverage in children:Sep 26 CIDRAP News story “Flu shots for small children slow to catch on”
The ministry responded that it would revise the decree because of Agriculture Minister Syahrul Yasin Limpo’s commitment to “eradicate drug abuse”.“The decree will be revised soon, after we coordinate with the National Narcotics Agency [BNN], the Health Ministry and the Indonesian Institute of Sciences [LIPI],” the ministry’s vegetable and medicinal plant director, Tommy Nugraha, said in a statement on Saturday.He added that marijuana had been listed as a medicinal plant since 2006 because the ministry wanted to help marijuana farmers shift to growing other crops.“Marijuana’s inclusion on the medicinal plant list means that it can only be used for research, as stipulated in Article 67 of Law No. 13/2020 on horticulture. Currently, we record no legal marijuana farmers in Indonesia,” Tommy added. Read also: 420 blaze it? Here’s what you need to know about Indonesia’s marijuana lawMarijuana is illegal in Indonesia. The 2009 Narcotics Law includes the plant as a type-1 narcotic, alongside opium and cocaine, meaning it is forbidden for both recreational and medicinal use.The country’s stringent anti-cannabis enforcement has resulted in the arrests of several people, including Reyndhart Siahaan in East Nusa Tenggara. He was arrested for allegedly using marijuana, which he said relieved the pain caused by a spinal cord disease. The court later declared him guilty and sentenced him to 10 months’ imprisonment. Numerous studies have indicated the effectiveness of cannabidiol (CBD), one of the plant’s active ingredients, as a medication. Peter Grinspoon of Harvard Medical School wrote that CBD could be used to treat pain, epilepsy, seizures, anxiety and insomnia.The LGN has been pushing for a revision of the Narcotics Law and the legalization of marijuana for medicinal use since 2010.Topics : The Agriculture Ministry will revise a 2020 ministerial decree that lists marijuana as a “medicinal plant” under the ministry’s supervision.Signed on Feb. 3, the decree includes marijuana (Cannabis sativa) as one of 66 medicinal plants whose production is under the supervision of the ministry’s horticulture directorate general.The decree went viral on Friday after the Nusantara Marijuana Network (LGN) posted a photo of the document on its Instagram account, @lgn_id.
Mesut Ozil has reported refused to take a 12.5 per cent pay cut at Arsenal (Getty Images)Arsenal’s players are unhappy with Mesut Ozil being vilified after he refused to take a pay cut, according to reports.The midfielder was reportedly one of three players to refuse the club’s request to take a 12-month pay cut of 12.5 per cent.Reports have claimed that Ozil is willing to take an even bigger pay cut than his teammates once Arsenal give him assurances about how the money will be used.But following the decision, Ozil was widely criticised with several high-profile figures including Piers Morgan and Jamie Carragher, who described the move as a ‘massive own goal’.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTSpeaking on Good Morning Britain, Morgan, who supporters Arsenal, says he was ‘sickened’ by Ozil’s decision.Sorry, this video isn’t available any more.According to The Sun, Arsenal’s players are unhappy with the treatment Ozil has received since the announcement.The report also claims that some Arsenal players felt ‘pressured’ into taking a pay cut and the decision was only made after Mikel Arteta intervened.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityOzil’s agent, Dr Erkut Sogut, has also said it is unfair of clubs to ask managers or senior first-team players to be involved in pay-cut negotiations.‘It is not enough for a club to present a proposal to one member of the first team squad and then asked them to go to the rest of the squad and get their consent to do it. That is not how individual contract negotiations should take place,’ Sogut told The Athletic.‘A club may even ask a first team manager to negotiate with players and this may influence some, particularly younger players or those on the fringe who fear there might be personal repercussions for him if he does not agree.‘In those circumstances it could be questionable that any consent from the players would be legally binding anyway as some players are not in a position to give true consent if they are under pressure to do so.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Arsenal players unhappy with Mesut Ozil being vilified over pay-cut decision Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 22 Apr 2020 9:49 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.2kShares View 6 comments Advertisement Advertisement
SHARE Email Facebook Twitter October 23, 2019 Education, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today that $5 million in grants is available to enable teachers to visit local employers and learn the skills and industry trends that will enhance their classroom instruction, student learning, and career readiness. The investment achieves the governor’s budget goal of nearly doubling funding for the Teacher in the Workplace (TIW) program this year.“The Teacher in the Workplace program lets teachers spend time at local employers to learn about the evolving skills students will need to compete for good local jobs,” said Governor Wolf. “Teachers bring that experience back to their classrooms to develop better lesson plans and prepare students for jobs in their community.“This program prepares students for a successful career, creates a stronger workforce for local employers, and builds connections for local economies.”Education agencies and local workforce development boards are eligible to apply for the Teacher in the Workplace grants. Two types of grants are available.Teacher in the Workplace Targeted Grants, administered by the Department of Education, provide up to $25,000 to local education agencies to expand career readiness and work-based learning experiences. The application deadline is November 20, 2019.Teacher in the Workplace Advancing Grants, administered by the Department of Labor & Industry, encourage educators to develop partnerships with businesses with up to $50,000 for local workforce development boards, as well as up to $125,000 for schools and school districts that focus on underserved communities. The application deadline is December 23, 2019.“We know that Pennsylvania’s position in the global economy depends on a workforce with the right skills and relevant training,” Education Secretary Pedro A. Rivera said. “Teacher in the Workplace offers K-12 educators real world, employer-based experiences that they can use to inform classroom instruction and prepare students for college, career and community success.”“These programs provide educators with invaluable opportunities to interact with local businesses and provide students with work-relevant skills that put them on a solid career path for future success,” said Labor & Industry Secretary Jerry Oleksiak. “TIW programs provide teachers with a better understanding of in-demand careers, the skills necessary to succeed in the workplace, and how the subjects they teach connect to the world beyond the classroom.”Earlier this year, Governor Wolf announced nearly $2.6 million in Teacher in the Workplace grants supporting 59 programs in Pennsylvania.The Teacher in the Workplace grants from L&I are funded at 100 percent through federal money made available from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act and from PDE through Title II, Part A, Every Student Succeeds Act to help all students to have the information and tools needed to gain awareness of college and career pathways to make informed decisions regarding their postsecondary future.For more information about pursuing an education and career in Pennsylvania at any stage of life, visit PAsmart. Governor Wolf Announces $5 Million Available for Workforce Program Linking Teachers with Local Employers
The design makes the most of a 405sq m block.“I didn’t want to just build a house, I wanted to create something that had an impact on the hill,” she said.Working with an architect and local builder, the home came to life about a year later. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence manages to fit a pool and cinema room and each level has a prominent feature, from a sunken outdoor lounge with fire pit, to Ms Naumoski’s favourite feature — an outdoor concrete bathtub on the top level master retreat. The luxe master ensuite, complete with an outdoor concrete tub. Matt black and copper contrast with timber.The interior is a flow of matt black, copper and timber finishes, with timber framing the stunning coast and city views.Since listing the property through an expressions of interest campaign last November, Ms Naumoski has put a price on the property. 45 Hill Ave, Burleigh HeadsIT’S enough to make you look twice.Cleverly shaded with a black base and planted on artful stilts, the stunning residence appears to float out of a hill. Fireplace? Check. Deck? Check. View? Check! And a cinema room.“I can’t actually believe how it blew up, I wanted to build a floating box on a hill, a nice home that was great for my family,” said Ms Naumoski, who has two young daughters and runs a paraplanning agency. “I was going to stay in it for a while but as I built it, it drew that attention and the market’s been good, I want to test selling it … and it needs to set a benchmark for the hill.” Ms Naumoski has knocked back two offers to swap the property — one in the Whitsundays and one locally — so she can build or renovate her next home. “I want to keep aiming for designs that are going to make that impact and turn people’s heads,” she said.The property is being marketed through Ed Cherry of Sophie Carter Exclusive Properties. The Gold Coast’s famed “floating house” now has a price tag.“I think people can’t really think outside the box when it comes to building on a slope, but I thrived on the challenge,” said vendor Rozetta Naumoski. Ms Naumoski bought the 405sq m block and then-shambling shack in 2016 and set out on a new build. Considerable effort has gone into the home.“There’s nothing really to compare it to, so that was the biggest challenge, ” Ms Naumoski said. “At the moment I’ve put a price on it, I believe that’s what it’s worth in terms of the land value, the cost of the build and the considerable effort that’s gone into the home and that’s based off the feedback that came through the expressions of interest campaign,” she said. Ms Naumoski also wanted to screen “spectators who aren’t serious buyers” after the property garnered mass attention. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours agoTimber is a predominant feature. The unique home manages to fit a pool.