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In Peter Eisenman’s “House VI” the building is perceived by the visitor not as a three-dimensional.Nine factors within the manager and player characteristics group of the CFA league have demonstrated the value of proactive reflection over reactive actions.

After accumulating statistics on the nine subgroups for a period, the CFA compiled statistics from members to create a league average for each subgroup, then calculated the difference between the league average score for the subgroup and the average score of the nine managers who reflected on the subgroup in question before a match.

Statistics from the ‘Controlling the Match’ group included the number of times a player took a catch, the number of times a defender took a throw, and the number of times a midfielder stopped a forward going forward.

It was noted that the number of times a player took a catch in the CFA had gone down from a mean of 55.94 (0.47) per match in 2010-11 to 50.83 (0.39) in 2011-12.

The number of times a defender took a throw went from a mean of 17.28 (0.30) in 2010-11 to 19.39 (0.21) in 2011-12.

The number of times a midfielder stopped a forward going forward was found to increase from a mean of 1.61 (0.06) to 1.74 (0.07).

This indicates that a change in the proactive reflective behaviours of managers appears to be having an impact on the players’ actions in match.

A group of four statisticians decided on the initial list of nine subgroups.

These are:

Catching: How frequently the goalkeeper takes a ball (e.g. with his hands, with his body etc).

Taking the ball: How frequently a player takes a ball.

Taking responsibility: How frequently a player has the ball for part of a match.

Defending: How frequently a player is involved in defending (e.g. marking an opponent, tracking a forward, or covering the goalkeeper).

Throwing: How frequently a midfielder throws the ball.

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Peter Eisenman
Pietro Eisenman (Italian: [ˈpɛːtʲʏ ɛːˈðɛmɔn]; January 30, 1932 – August 15, 2004) was an American-Israeli-Canadian architect, a best known for his modernist design of public buildings and housing. Eisenman was born into a Jewish family in Trieste, Italy. He moved to Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1953 and then in 1960 to Los Angeles, California, where he lived for the rest of his life.

Eisenman attended both the American Academy of Arts and Crafts in New York and the architecture program of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in Los Angeles, California. In the 1950s, his design aesthetic was marked by a “remix” of the work of modernist architects and by a rejection of the. Eisenman’s early interest in monumental design, found in public-works projects and monuments in the United States and in Europe, evolved, however, to reflect the idea of a closed-off space, as typified by the design of his first house, House . This second interest is articulated by his subdivision of the rigid, classical language of the 1950s, to provide for more flexible architectural solutions.

Eisenman designed many other significant buildings. He was a major figure in the first generation of public buildings and housing built in the United States. A pioneer of postmodern architecture, he built a significant number of buildings that make up the “sprawl” of California. He developed a unique vocabulary that mixes deconstructive techniques with a modern use of materials. Eisenman was the Director of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) from 1975 to 1992, and the first recipient of the SCI-Arc Academy Medal in 1979. In 2003 the American Institute of Architects granted him the AIA Gold Medal for his lifetime of achievement.

House design
Eisenman’s House VI is a self-proclaimed “proof that architecture can be both non-utilitarian and a living expression of one’s psychic experiences.” The house represents a “rethinking of what a house is and how it can express the psyche of an owner.” House VI is located in Cornwall, Connecticut at 1 Roberts Road. The House VI was designed in the mid-1970s.

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