The mansion is built with an expansive amount of glassThe property is home to luxury features including honed fossilised shell stone terraces and self-cleaning Pilkington Activ glass windows, sensor taps, electric blinds and an integrated sound system. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours agoHomeowners Paul and Patricia Robinson said they mulled over the plans to build a house that was functional, fluid and engaging. 49 Monaco St even has views from the sink picture perfect views are captured in this amazing designA TEAM of designers have brewed up a striking mansion that doesn’t just look beautiful but can clean itself too. While Gold Coast architect Michael Witty set to work on bringing the residence to life, landscape designer Paul Bangay created an ultra-modern garden — and the result is amazing. A black marble seats is the showpiece of the courtyardWith expansive glass and stunning views the property certainly does bring the river views inside. The kitchen features timber finishes and seamlessly opens into the courtyard which is visible throughout the house. A black marble seat inset with lighting and water creates a unique sculpture in the courtyard. “The marble seat doubles up as a water feature and it was all the work of designer Paul Bangay,” Ms Robinson said. 49 Monaco St comes with an elegant style “It’s a funny story because Paul and I were originally the neighbours to this home,” she said.“We were at No. 47 and we were there for 23 years so we really didn’t move very far after two decades.”Ms Robinson said it was the waterfront lifestyle she loved most about Monaco St. “There are a lot of wow factors but the design is all about capturing the marvel of the river,” she said.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – An FCC ruling on the “blackout rule” Tuesday will come as good news to local Bengals and Colts fans, but does not necessarily mean local market blackouts are history.The rule was created in the 1970’s as a method to boost ticket sales and block local TV from airing games that did not meet sellout requirements.On Tuesday, the FCC voted unanimously to abandon the blackout rule calling it unnecessary and outdated.The government ruling does not mean blackouts are over but could be the start toward its termination. Tuesday’s FCC 5-0 vote simply means sports no longer have federal backing to blackout games.“NFL teams have made significant efforts in recent years to minimize blackouts,” the NFL said in a statement Tuesday. “The NFL is the only sports league that televises every one of its games on free, over-the-air television. The FCC’s decision will not change that commitment for the foreseeable future.”Outside of an occasional scare here and there in recent seasons, Cincinnati has not had a home blackout since 2012. It is a similar case for most NFL teams, as there were only two games all of last season that were not shown in the home team’s local television market.
Published on December 19, 2016 at 11:38 pm Beat writers Matt Schneidman and Paul Schwedelson discuss the ramifications of Tyler Lydon’s injury, SU’s depth and more. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text After losing to Georgetown on Saturday — the fourth nonconference loss of the season — Syracuse (7-5) had its way in a dominating 105-57 victory over Eastern Michigan. The Orange set season highs in assists (34) and 3-pointers made (15) in the win.MORE COVERAGE John Gillon on Twitter trolls: ‘If I really suck, we can meet up any time and play one-on-one’Syracuse shreds Eastern Michigan’s familiar 2-3 zone with ball movement and 3-pointersWhat we learned from Syracuse’s 105-57 victory over Eastern Michigan Facebook Twitter Google+