ARETS

AcronymDefinition
ARETSArmor Remoted Target System
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Sharing his feeling, Boney said: "I am really happy that my daughter Janhvi has been honoured with the 'Arets Stjerneskudd' award as the rising talent of the year by Royal Norwegian Consulate General.
RESAT ESTRA STAER ARETS TARSE At the 6 x 6 level things get harder.
Designed by Wiel Arets for Alessi, this polished stainless steel body hides a cordless base and has been created as part of a wider collection including other products aptly named mix.it, coffee.it, pepper.
Includes work by Koen van Velsen, Sjoerd Soeters, Wiel Arets and Atelier Pro, among others.
The architectural influences instantly are recognizable in several of the creations, such as the towering constructions by the Australian firm Denton, Corker, Marshall as well as the Dutch master Wiel Arets, Then there are total "landscapes" that have been fashioned for the table to include a tea or coffee pot, sugar bowl, and creamer atop a tray.
Last January, ten architects - Wiel Arets, Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, Steven Holl, Toyo Ito, Rem Koolhaas, Dominique Perrault, Yoshio Taniguchi, Bernard Tschumi, Rafael Vinoly, and Tod Williams and Billie Tsien - were invited to participate in a month-long design "charrette," an intense, brief period of developing and presenting design ideas.
Toyo Ink Arets, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Toyo Ink Group, has introduced an expanded product lineup geared up as Steraflex, a new generation of UV flexo inks for label and packaging applications.
Solar thermal, Solar PV, biomass and mini/micro hydro ARETs not only generate power but also displace the use of traditional hydrocarbons such as natural gas, thus reducing carbon emissions and promoting conservation of conventional sources of energy.
Madrid itself is currently embarking on an ambitious programme of urban transformation (partly prompted by its candidacy for the 2012 Olympics), with projects by Richard Rogers (airport), Cruz & Ortiz (stadium expansion), Wiel Arets (housing) and Toyo Ito (urban park) in the pipeline.
and Belgium-based Arets Graphics NV, jointly exhibited their latest product innovations.
Wiel Arets' building for Dutch arts organisation Amsterdam Arts Metropole is a coolly refined six-storey glazed block wrapped in a complex, warped lattice of steel members.