James Pendleton wins Putney development

first_imgHome » News » Land & New Homes » James Pendleton wins Putney development previous nextLand & New HomesJames Pendleton wins Putney developmentThe Negotiator28th June 20190399 Views James Pendleton is marketing The Thackeray Estate’s second ONE branded residential project in the heart of Putney, South West London. The remarkable building, featuring a striking curved white stone façade, was built by the Thackeray team to deliver 15 luxury two and three bedroom apartments.Situated on Putney High Street with a private entrance off Montserrat Road, ONE Putney occupies an unbeatable location with exceptional transport links, just moments from the river with a huge variety of shops and eateries right on its doorstep.We took inspiration from the original 1940s building and thought it would be fun to bring back some of the detail.Designed by PHASE3 Architecture and Design, the landmark building plays with interlocking volumes, reinterpreting the original structure in a new way, and has been built to a BREEAM Excellent standard. With stepped green roofs and meadow planting, car parking spaces for electric vehicles and discreet solar panels, the property is not only a highly desirable asset but environmentally conscious.Tyen Masten of PHASE3 Architecture and Design said, “We took inspiration from the original 1940s building and thought it would be fun to bring some of this detail back into the scheme.”Prices from £695,000 for two bed apartments.www.jamespendleton.co.ukPutney development Tyen Masten The Thackeray Estate’s second ONE branded residential project luxury apartments james pendleton June 28, 2019The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

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Berklee College Of Music Announces Mike Gordon Endowed Scholarship

first_imgThe Berklee College of Music has announced the new Mike Gordon Endowed Scholarship, a grant that will go to, “Berklee students studying bass who are also well-rounded artists, with skills in other areas such as songwriting, production, arranging, or creative entrepreneurship.”The prestigious Boston music school celebrated the new scholarship on Friday with a student-only seminar led by Mike Gordon himself. Jambands.com reports that the Phish bassist discussed topics like meeting Trey Anastasio, Phish’s longevity, meditative listening exercises, and Phish’s “no analyze” rule between sets. “It’s about being open, being able to say when we don’t like something, finding compromise despite the differences,” Gordon said of the secret behind Phish’s longevity. “Of course there have been rifts—leading to a whole album named Rift!”Some of Gordon’s friends were also in attendance during the seminar, including event moderator and associate professor Loudon Sterns, who helped Gordon build the interactive REEL keyboard that has appeared at many of his solo shows since 2016. Professor Pat Pattison and associate professor Linda Balliro, who provided vocal coaching for Gordon, were also there.[H/T – Jambands.com]last_img read more

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Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Welcome Warren Haynes, Brandi Carlile In Mexico Closer [Photos/Video]

first_imgLoad remaining images On Sunday, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds wrapped up their destination event in Riviera Maya, Mexico with a guest-filled performance on the beach. The duo’s final Mexican performance marked the end of a weekend that featured performances from Tyler Childers, Valerie June, and Warren Haynes in addition to their own three sets of music.The duo dug deep into the Dave Matthews Band repertoire for their third of three beachside performances, easing into their Sunday set with fan-favorites like “Don’t Drink The Water”, “When The World Ends”, “Crash Into Me”, “Raven”, “Everyday”, and “The Song That Jane Likes”. Next up was roots standard “Worried Man Blues”, originally popularized by Woodie Guthrie in 1940. The pair’s patented cover of Daniel Lanois‘ “The Maker” came next, followed by “Lover Lay Down” and “So Much To Say”.A Tim Reynolds solo segment kept the set moving before the two dove into a location-appropriate rendition of “Death on the High Seas” and a well-received “Fool To Think”. From there, the duo welcomed flauist Carlos Malta to add some texture to “One Sweet World”, “Typical Situation”, and another Tim Reynolds solo number. After returning to their core duo for “Time Bomb”, Dave and Tim welcomed a special surprise guest: Brandi Carlile. With Carlile onstage, they worked through the title song from Dave Matthews Band’s 2018 album Come Tomorrow, followed by renditions of “Spoon” and Carlile’s hit tune, “The Joke”.Dave Matthews & Time Reynolds w/ Brandi Carlile – “Spoon”[Video: FeelingGood40/Janine Corcoran (Periscope)]Carlile made her exit as Dave & Time offered up a touching rendition of “Sister”. From there, the duo had one more surprise to close out the festivities: a sit-in from Warren Haynes. Warren’s appearance marked the second time that day that he and Matthews collaborated after Dave joined in on vocals during Haynes’ solo set earlier in the afternoon on Gov’t Mule‘s “Forsaken Savior”. This was not the first time in recent memory that Warren joined in with Dave onstage. Back in November, the guitarist sat in with Dave Matthews Band for a pair of songs at Madison Square Garden. In Mexico, Haynes helped cap the main set with renditions of Neil Young‘s “Cortez The Killer” and Bob Dylan‘s “All Along The Watchtower”. Finally, Dave returned to open the encore solo with “Some Devil” before Tim rejoined him to finish out the weekend with “Granny” and “Stay”.Below, you can check out a gallery of photos from throughout Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds’ 2019 Riviera Maya event courtesy of photographer Ron Valle.For a full list of upcoming Dave Matthews tour dates, head here.Setlist: Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds | Riviera Maya, MX | 2/17/19 Set: Don’t Drink The Water, When The World Ends, Crash Into Me, Raven, Everyday, The Song That Jane Likes, Worried Man Blues, The Maker, Lover Lay Down, So Much To Say, Tim Solo, Death On The High Seas, Fool The Think, One Sweet Word*, Typical Situation*, Tim Solo 2*, Time Bomb, Come Tomorrow^, Spoon^, The Joke^, Sister, Cortez The Killer#, All Along The Watchtower#Encore: Some Devil%, Granny, Stay*w/ Carlos Malta^w/ Brandi Carlile#w/ Warren Haynes%Dave soloDave Matthews & Tim Reynolds | Riviera Maya, MX | 2/15/19–2/17/19 | Photos: Ron Vallelast_img read more

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