The Apollo asteroids are a group of near-Earth asteroids named after 1862 Apollo, discovered by German astronomer Karl Reinmuth in the 1930s. They are Earth-crossing asteroids that have an orbital semi-major axis greater than that of the Earth but perihelion distances less than the Earth's aphelion distance; as of December 2018 the number of known Apollo asteroids is 10,485, making the class the largest group of near-Earth objects, of which 1,409 are numbered, 1,648 are identified as hazardous asteroids. The closer their semi-major axis is to Earth's, the less eccentricity is needed for the orbits to cross; the February 15, 2013 Chelyabinsk meteor that exploded over the city of Chelyabinsk in the southern Urals region of Russia, injuring an estimated 1,500 people with flying glass from broken windows, was an Apollo-class asteroid. The largest known Apollo asteroid is 1866 Sisyphus, with a diameter of about 8.5 km. Examples of known Apollo asteroids include: Alinda group Amor asteroid Apollo asteroids Apollo asteroid records Aten asteroid List of minor planets List of Apollo minor planets
Piero Lissoni is an Italian architect and designer, known for his contemporary furniture design. In 1986, he and Nicoletta Canesi founded the interdisciplinary studio Lissoni Associati in Milan, focusing on architecture as well as interior and product design; this was followed in 1996 by the agency for visual communication, directed by Massimo Lissoni, Graph.x, which specialises in brand identity, including catalogues, advertising campaigns, web design and packaging, responsible since 2007 for the visual coordination of the Venice International Film Festival, organized by La Biennale di Venezia. Lissoni Architettura was established in 2013, to take charge of the numerous international architectural clients. In 2015 Lissoni Inc. was created in New York, where interior design for the American and the Central and South American-market are developed. Lissoni Inc. works with architects on all the USA projects. Lissoni and his multinational team cover the areas of architecture and product/light design, art direction and corporate identity.
Projects extend globally to include private villas, residential buildings, factories, theatres and hotels, yachts. Piero Lissoni is art director for Alpi, Boffi, De Padova, Living Divani and Porro. Starting out with kitchen and bathroom designs at Boffi Kitchens in the mid-1980s, Lissoni soon established his own architectural firm in Milan; the setup, called Lissoni Associati, still continues to produce exquisite architectural wonders. Piero Lissoni designed the Roomers Hotel Baden-Baden with spa in Germany, he has completed the renovation of the historic 384-room David Citadel Hotel in the Old City of Jerusalem. He designed the new flagship stores for De Padova and Fantini in Milan, for Lema in London, the Alpi and Altagamma showrooms in Milan, the Kerakoll Design Lab in Sassuolo; these projects follow a series of international showrooms for Boffi, Living Divani and Tecno. Lissoni’s interest in the art world brought him to design the photographer Giovanni Gastel retrospective, curated by Germano Celant, at Palazzo della Ragione, the room for temporary shows at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, inaugurated with the exhibit “The triptych of Antonello da Messina” and the exhibition on the Renaissance painter “Bernardino Luini e i suoi Figli” at Palazzo Reale in Milan.
Other completed works include the interiors of the 27m yacht SX88 Sanlorenzo. Lissoni has inaugurated Casa Fantini, a boutique hotel with spa on the shores of Orta Lake. Current commissions comprise The Oberoi Beach Resort Al Zorah in Ajman, a luxury property with waterfront living that includes a hotel, restaurants, a spa, swimming pools and a private beach. 2005 – Hall of Fame, I. D. Magazine International Design Award – USA2014 – Winner “XXIII Compasso d'Oro”, ADI/Association for Industrial Design - L16 – Lualdi2014 – Winner “Meilleure architecture intérieure d’hôtel en Europe”, Prix Villégiature 2014 - Conservatorium Hotel/Amsterdam2016 – Winner "NYC Aquarium & Public Waterfront" open ideas competition Arch Out Loud/ New York USA2016 – Winner "Meilleur hotel du Moyen Orient", Prix Villégiature 2016 - Mamilla Hotel/Jerusalem2017 – Winner "Best Sleepover" Wallpaper* Design Awards - Extrasoft bed/ Living Divani Lissoni Official website and portfolio Selection of pieces by Lissoni
All My Friends is an EP by House of Freaks released on CD and 12" vinyl in 1989 by Rhino Records. In 2004 these tracks were included on the reissue of the album Tantilla. Recording occurred at Floodzone Studios in Richmond, VA; the Album's cover is a collage of photos consisting of friends and acquaintances of band members Bryan Harvey and Johnny Hott. Included in the collage, above the EP's title is Sparklehorse founder Mark Linkous, who at times performed with House of Freaks. All tracks by House of Freaks "Ten More Minutes To Live" "This Old Town" "Pass Me The Gun" "You Can't Change The World Anymore" "You'll Never See The Light Of Day" Tater Brix – Jew's-harp Bryan Harvey – guitar, vocals Johnny Hott – drums House of Freaks – producer Zip Irvin – baritone sax Jocko MacNelly – guitar Bruce Olsen – producer, engineer Mike Stavrou – engineer Paul Watson – trumpet Rhino Handmade: Tantilla by the House of Freaks