10 18, 2011Posted inCategory: None,lined,window,drapes,roller,blinds,shutter,hotel,exterior,vinyl,shutters
Lined Window Drapes - Drapes And Drops - Blinds Between Glass.
Lined Window Drapes
- A pane of glass filling such an opening
- An opening in a wall or screen through which customers are served in a bank, ticket office, or similar building
- An opening in the wall or roof of a building or vehicle that is fitted with glass or other transparent material in a frame to admit light or air and allow people to see out
- a transparent panel (as of an envelope) inserted in an otherwise opaque material
- a framework of wood or metal that contains a glass windowpane and is built into a wall or roof to admit light or air
- a transparent opening in a vehicle that allow vision out of the sides or back; usually is capable of being opened
- Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth
- (drape) the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"
- (drape) arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"
- Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something
- Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way
- (drape) curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
- bordered by a line of things; "tree lined streets"
- Stand or be positioned at intervals along
- Hit a line drive
- Mark or cover with lines
- (used especially of skin) marked by lines or seams; "their lined faces were immeasurably sad"; "a seamed face"
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A Tower of "Coburg Castle", two Semi-Detached High Victorian Residences - The Grove, Coburg
Located on Coburg's elm lined and most prestigious street, The Grove, this property was one of the original buildings of the Moreland Park Estate.
Designed by T. J. Crouch in 1888, although it looks like one large high Victorian mansion, this property, is a clever piece of architectural trickery, and is in fact two semi-detatched double storey residences. This in no way suggests that they were small. Quite the contrary, each was of a substantial size with their own towers, stables and outbuildings, and would have suited a wealthy upper middle-class Victorian family. The houses have ornate ceilings, wide arches, marble mantelpieces, cedar paneling and Australian blackwood staircases.
Built of polychromatic bricks, each villa is a mirror to that of its neighbour with a return verandah featuring elegant cast iron lacework. The roof is made of slate tiles as is the hipped roof of the verandah. The brown and yellow bricks are constructed in a profusion of geometric designs, which even make the shared wall between the two villas a smart feature. All window sills are bluestone as is the foundation of the property. Perhaps its most outstanding features are the twin towers both of which are sixty feet in height, which make the property stand out for miles around. These towers are solidly built and are roofed with lead. They have railings and four large draped urns on each. The building is a landmark to the area and is referred to affectionately as "Coburg Castle".
This villa represents the brief initial period of development prior to the bust of the 1890s and subsequent housing boom of the early 20th Century, in which much of Coburg's residential development occurred.
One was occupied between 1889 and 1924 by the Reverend Dr Mathew, Minister of Coburg Presbyterian Church, and the property survived Melbourne's property bust of the 1890s and the new boom after Federation in 1901. However, its luck ran out during the Great Depression and the stables and outhouses were demolished during the early 1930s. The property was then turned into a cheap rooming house (as were so many other fine Victorian houses and mansions during this period of history). It remained so for nearly sixty years, and then it was sold. The new owners restored the property fully, and live in one half, whilst renting the other half out (which has now been converted into several modestly sized flats).
The Grove, was part of the Moreland Park Estate. This was Coburg's most prestigious subdivision in the 1880s. In 1882 Charles Moreland Montague Dare, a St Kilda businessman, bought Jean Rennie's forty acre farm and, with his architect, T. J. Crouch, subdivided thirty acres of it into 147 allotments. The Grove was originally christened Moreland Grove after its owner. A covenant was placed on the subdivision prohibiting the building of hotels or shops, or any house under the value of 400 pounds. By 1890 there were twenty-four brick houses on the estate, twenty one of them owned by Charles Moreland Montague Dare himself. There was a caretaker to tend the streets, the wooden pavilion and the tennis courts, which soon became a bowling rink to suit the more sedate interests of the residents. Men of substance, including a banker, a merchant, a manufacturer and several civil servants and accountants lived on the estate and the Moreland Park Ladies' College in The Grove offered a genteel education. By the 1890s the Melbourne property boom had burst and by 1900 there were still only twenty seven houses in The Grove and many vacant allotments; Charles Moreland Montague Dare's own place at "Moreland Park", a ten acre property on Merri Creek, added to the rural atmosphere. In 1896 Dare fell into financial difficulties and had to transfer many of his properties to the Australian Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society. In 1900 he owned only seven houses, a few allotments and Moreland Park. He died in 1919.
On My Street
So I started thinking about visualizing "my street" when it comes to the what i do on the web.
The web is like a big walmart, hundreds of items available, but also kinda cheap overall, discount presence cause its all here. Dozen of old pipes and tubes funnel into the megastore outlet.
G, the google is like a mystical gateway to the unknown, high upon its staircase, take a spin!
Down below is drudgereport, a news site i visit every now and then to get the dirt on the web connected reality.
In the parking lot all the spaces are R, reserved for broadband users, i cant even think about what it'd be like dialup.
A ballon vendor stands in the street, he's the E, Everything vendor, symbolizing the mass influx of ecommerce it all.
Del, on the street next to the MSN building is delicious, i picture him as a wise crackin taco vendor, good eats and is always on inside page of whats happenin.
MSN building front face says "we have presence damnit", fighting for position, poised for recognition and wants it damnit!! I always see Microsoft like a trail biting dog, always hopeful for scraps. They also have a barber shop pole, just cause, that guise of family goodness. A big eye is on the roof always watching, the big brother effect. On the side of the building yet another presence line, We Are Here, desperate for attention. A door is on the side of the bulding representing a quick trip to hittin the pavement below. My Uncle Joe in West Virigina had a house like that, on the top floor of the house there was this door that just opened up to nothing. They always had it bolted up so the kids wouldnt accidentily open and fall to the ground. I loved the concept a door that goes to no where. Fitting for Microsoft.
GO IM, the back alley ways between msn and flickr, i just see IM as back channel back alley chatter.
Flickr is next door, and has a "under new management" banner draped across the front of the building. I didn't mean that to be a cheap shot a flickr really, just drew it. I did give them strange windows and a cool alien looking water tower on top.
Behind flickr and wedged in between flcikr and the yahoo building is SomethingSter, this represents yet another social networking concept, and lately, i think there are as many social network services or concepts on the web as there are reality network tv shows. Thats a scary idea.
Next up is the Yahoo building, little square windows and a big WE ID! notice, that plays along with my rambling thoughts regarding identity. Yahoo was fairly early on the quest to ID the planet, you aren't anybody unless ya got yahooid, these days.
Too Cool, was supposed to be Too Cool 4 School. This is the apple iTunes building with a neon steve jobs on top. Think different park in the back!
Behind them is the Amazon complex.
Ebay rides in the sky dropping palletes of excessive product and has a rope ladder with many ebays blowin in the wind.
Behind ebay and in the corner is Mount Debt, a cold dark level 54+ dungeon of doom and debt. Fitting for the landscape really, I mean we all love debt.
Back behind it all is the Valley of Blog, or better known as BloggyWood. Where everyone has a voice, no.. make that everyone has a megaphone to tell you where to stick it, believe in it, or ride it, or be it, or something. Used to be a website, now its blog people! Innovation unleashed.
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