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Glazed Canopy





glazed canopy






    glazed
  • Fit panes of glass into (a window or doorframe or similar structure)

  • Enclose or cover with glass

  • having a shiny surface or coating; "glazed fabrics"; "glazed doughnuts"

  • fitted or covered with glass; "four glazed walls"

  • Cover with a glaze or similar finish

  • glassy: (used of eyes) lacking liveliness; "empty eyes"; "a glassy stare"; "his eyes were glazed over with boredom"





    canopy
  • Cover or provide with a canopy

  • the umbrellalike part of a parachute that fills with air

  • the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit

  • cover with a canopy











glazed canopy - Glazed




Glazed


Glazed



It all started with a sultry snapshot of an anonymous hunk. After taking his accidentally-nude picture, Kelly never expects to see him again. But when he almost runs her over the next day, sparks fly. Too bad she can’t get involved with anyone. Determined to fulfill her dream of opening a coffee cafe, she knows exactly what she wants, and letting a man into her life could jeopardize her plans. The man from her photo, local donut house owner Derek, also knows exactly what he wants – her. As the small town they live in erupts into scandal over the leaked photo, Kelly discovers that Derek is as hot and sweet as the treats he sells, and just as difficult to resist. Is it true that she can only accomplish her dreams alone, or will he tear down her walls with the help of some strategically applied strawberry glaze?

Novella length.

Warning: This book is HOT and may inspire cravings in any reader who has a known sweet tooth.

It all started with a sultry snapshot of an anonymous hunk. After taking his accidentally-nude picture, Kelly never expects to see him again. But when he almost runs her over the next day, sparks fly. Too bad she can’t get involved with anyone. Determined to fulfill her dream of opening a coffee cafe, she knows exactly what she wants, and letting a man into her life could jeopardize her plans. The man from her photo, local donut house owner Derek, also knows exactly what he wants – her. As the small town they live in erupts into scandal over the leaked photo, Kelly discovers that Derek is as hot and sweet as the treats he sells, and just as difficult to resist. Is it true that she can only accomplish her dreams alone, or will he tear down her walls with the help of some strategically applied strawberry glaze?

Novella length.

Warning: This book is HOT and may inspire cravings in any reader who has a known sweet tooth.










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Great Court Canopy (detail)




Great Court Canopy (detail)





The courtyard at the centre of the British Museum was one of Londons long-lost spaces. Originally an open garden, soon after its completion in the mid-nineteenth century it was filled by the round Reading Room and its associated bookstacks. Without this space the Museum was like a city without a park. This project is about its reinvention.

In terms of visitor numbers over five million annually - the British Museum is as popular as the Louvre in Paris or the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. In the absence of a centralised circulation system this popularity caused a critical level of congestion throughout the building and created a frustrating experience for the visitor. The departure of the British Library to St Pancras provided the opportunity to clear away the bookstacks and to recapture the courtyard to give the building a new public focus. The Great Court is entered from the Museums principal level, and connects all the surrounding galleries. Within the space - the largest enclosed public space in Europe - there are information points, a bookshop and a cafe. At its heart is the magnificent space of the restored Reading Room, now an information centre and library of world cultures, which for the first time in its history is open to all. Broad staircases encircle the Reading Room and lead to a gallery for temporary exhibitions with a restaurant above. Below the level of the Court are the new Sainsbury African Galleries, an education centre, and facilities for schoolchildren.

The glazed canopy that makes all this possible is a fusion of state-of-the-art engineering and economy of form. Its unique geometry is designed to span the irregular gap between the drum of the Reading Room and the courtyard facades, and forms both the primary structure and the framing for the glazing, which is designed to maximise daylight and reduce solar gain. As a cultural square, the Court also resonates beyond the confines of the Museum, forming a new link in the pedestrian route from the British Library to Covent Garden and the river. To complement this civic artery, the Museums forecourt has been freed from cars and restored to form a new public space. Like the Great Court it is open to the public from first thing in the morning to early evening, creating a major amenity for London.











Glazed Canopy, Leeds




Glazed Canopy, Leeds





Brian Clarke's stunning stained glass canopy in the Victoria Quarter, Leeds, a blaze of colour to distract even the most jaded eyes from the bling of the shopfronts below..

The glass roof was added in 1989-90 to convert the former Queen Victoria Street into an arcade, adding an attractive blend of old and new to extend the shopping complex.









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