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The Houses on Oak Hill Avenue / Studio 804

first_img Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Area:  1503 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” CopyHouses•Lawrence, United States United States The Houses on Oak Hill Avenue / Studio 804 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard “COPY” The Houses on Oak Hill Avenue / Studio 804Save this projectSaveThe Houses on Oak Hill Avenue / Studio 804 ArchDailycenter_img Houses Year:  2019 Architects: Studio 804 Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!© Corey Gaffer+ 22Curated by Paula Pintos Share Photographs:  Corey Gaffer Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Benjamin Moore, Bridger Steel, ConTech Lighting, Daltile, Duravit, Ikea, Kohler, Pella EFCO, Prosoco, Richelieu, Schluter, Spore, Stego, Tubelite, VaproShield, Viracon, 475 High Performance System, Barney Schwabauer, Bloomberg, +9Bradford White, Hunter Panel, Lynden, Midwest Concrete Materials, Robi Decking, Samsung, Steel It, Troscan Design, WR Grace-9Distinguished Professor:Dan RockhillStudents:Christina Base, Sam Bradley, Gen Daley, Alex Delekta, Blake Firkins, Jacob Hansen, Jared Heinzerling, Grace Kennedy, Joe Libeer, TJ Niemann, Alan Palerma, Emilie Printemps, Daniel Ritchie, Dana Ritter, Bianca WebbCity:LawrenceCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Corey GafferText description provided by the architects. Successful sustainable design requires analyzing and planning for local economic and demographic trends. In recent years, both Lawrence, Kansas and Studio 804 have recognized that while the county’s population is growing at a high rate the average household size is dwindling. Comprehensive Lawrence planning documents have anticipated these problems by projecting population growth. According to the city, we have seen medium to high population growth rates over the last two decades, and if this trend continues, we will need housing to accommodate a projected 30 to 60 thousand additional residents by the year 2040. These large population increases become even more significant when you factor in the average household size. As Lawrence wants to avoid outward sprawl, groups such as the nonprofit Community Housing Trust have put forward creative solutions for this county-wide issue. They suggest creating “affordable housing by dividing lots in existing neighborhoods to accommodate two smaller homes.” Increasing urban density in established neighborhoods provides a sustainable way to accommodate a growing population by utilizing existing resources and infrastructure. We have taken the lead in this effort by purchasing one lot and creating a subdivision for the two sustainable houses.Save this picture!© Corey GafferSave this picture!Floor planSave this picture!© Corey GafferThis house like every Studio 804 project since 2008 is LEED Platinum certified. The houses are exceptionally airtight, highly insulated and use a highly efficient mechanical system to assure a healthy and comfortable interior environment. The materials are all chosen to avoid the unnecessary use of resources and do not emit toxins by off gassing. All the appliances and fixtures are Energy Star rated. The windows and doors are high performance. The roofing is a highly reflective metal that reduces heat absorption and is recyclable. Studio 804 is a comprehensive one year fully hands on design build experience offered by the University of Kansas Department of Architecture. It is a not-for profit 501(c)3 corporation whose participants are graduate students committed to the continued research and development of affordable, sustainable and inventive building solutions. We design and build a new building every year.Save this picture!© Corey GafferSave this picture!© Corey GafferStudio 804 are leaders in sustainable design and has competed 13 LEED Platinum Certified buildings and 3 Passive House Institute US certified buildings. All designed and built by students.Save this picture!© Corey GafferProject gallerySee allShow lessCall for Papers: Intentionen | Intentions (Design and Research in Architecture and L…Call for SubmissionsA House For Four / Harry ThomsonSelected Projects Share Projects CopyAbout this officeStudio 804OfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLawrenceOn FacebookUnited StatesPublished on January 30, 2020Cite: “The Houses on Oak Hill Avenue / Studio 804” 30 Jan 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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HS House / Saransh

first_img “COPY” Project gallerySee allShow lessOperation Between Walls / Natura Futura ArquitecturaSelected ProjectsThe Flax Mill House / T.A.P.Selected Projects Share Year:  HS House / SaranshSave this projectSaveHS House / SaranshSave this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy Project+ 31Curated by Hana Abdel Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Projects ArchDaily Area:  3600 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyHouses•Ahmedabad, India Photographs “COPY” CopyAbout this officeSaranshOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAhmedabadCourtyardOn FacebookIndiaPublished on December 04, 2020Cite: “HS House / Saransh” 03 Dec 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Photographs:  Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectArchitect In Charge:Malay DoshiDesign Team:Nirali Patel, Tamanna Gupta, Gauri KanchanStructure Consultant:912 ConsultantsPlumbing Consultant:Ravi Engineering Corporation3 D Visualization:Kalpesh PatoliyaCity:AhmedabadCountry:IndiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectRecommended ProductsFiber Cements / CementsEQUITONEFiber Cement Facade Panel NaturaSuspension SystemsGustafsSlated Timber Ceiling in EQT Corporate HeadquartersMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAText description provided by the architects. Situated in the heart of the city of Ahmedabad, HS house is a compact family home with common walls shared with the houses adjacent to it. This context gets a little tricky as buildings on both sides were supposed to remain untouched while the house in between them, was to be demolished and built again.Save this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectWhile designing HS House, the biggest contextual challenge was that the light and ventilation were only possible through the two short sides of the house. This was the defining factor behind the design, which led to the insertion of a large court in the middle, to light up the entire house. The glass box above this court is used as a hot air attractor creating an air draft upwards, which is then removed through small openings at both the sides.Save this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectSpatially, the house is planned in a simple manner. The first level is a gathering area with a small back garden and a central court garden which is the space that one first enters into. This level goes down to a basement space meant for future development, and goes up to the kitchen and dining level with a large outdoor balcony that opens in the front façade. From then onwards, each level is an individual bedroom with an attached toilet. At the topmost level, the lower terrace acts as another gathering space while the upper one on the rear end, is a service terrace. A small elevator has been incorporated, for the elderly to have easy access throughout the house. Volumetrically, the house is divided into split levels to squeeze in as much of the spaces as possible in a small volume, allowing for the front of the building to lie half a story lower than the back. This also provided for an opportunity to focus on the experience of moving vertically in the central court.Save this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectThe materiality of the house is kept at a bare minimum, with exposed concrete allowing for natural light to create dynamism through the entire home. On the ground floor, the exposed concrete has a black pigment in it and is cast using wooden strips. This was done through pre-cast concrete panels to reduce the cost, as well as to use the least possible amount of wood. The horizontality of these panels, along with the larger amount of texture and a darker color, gives the house a heavy base. The parts above were cast in-situ with the natural light grey shade of concrete. All the bedrooms have different patterns cast across the concrete, some with grooves inlayed with brass.Save this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectSave this picture!Section ASave this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectThe staircase is the main sculptural element in the house which connects essentially two separate concrete blocks. Made using a metal structure sandwiched by sheet metal, it is structurally spanned with the help of a thick handrail that acts as a beam, suspending the staircase from it. Wooden treads on top of this black metal staircase add a softness, allowing ease to walk on it barefoot.Save this picture!© Ishita Sitwala | The Fishy ProjectThroughout the house, Kota stone is used in the flooring in multiple patterns, differentiating movement area from the places of pause. Metal accents apart from the staircase are black as well, and wooden accents are used throughout in windows, doors, partitions, storage and even the flooring in the private spaces. ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard HS House / Saransh India Houses Architects: Saransh Area Area of this architecture project 2020last_img read more

Lloyds TSB NI applications now online

first_imgLloyds TSB NI applications now online Howard Lake | 26 June 2013 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis  110 total views,  6 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The Lloyds TSB Foundation for Northern Ireland application process is now available online and from now on applications can only be submitted via this method.The Foundation has moved its application process online to make the grant procedure even more accessible for applicants and to streamline the grant management process. Last year, the Foundation provided 565 grants across its seven grant programmes, to a value of £1,865,233.“We have developed a new online application, which is much more accessible and environmentally friendly,” said Sinéad Tierney, Assistant Director of the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Northern Ireland. Advertisement “The process is much easier and user friendly and allows participants to save and review their applications online. We only ask relevant questions and applicants are able to upload all supporting documents online removing the need for any posted documents,” she added.The next closing date is 5th July for the Community Grant programme, formally known as the Standard Grant Programme which is the main focus of the organisation, and this year £1.2 million is available for projects that focus on social and community welfare and education and training.The average grant awarded is between £3,000 and £4,000.The Foundation worked with Antrim-based software company Team Solutionz to develop the bespoke online application system. Team Solutionz has provided software systems to a number of local councils and funding bodies.  109 total views,  5 views today About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving.last_img read more

Parliamentary Committee, Minister & AG Said 102nd Constitutional Amendment Won’t Affect States’ Power To Identify SEBCs; Supreme Court Holds Otherwise

first_imgTop StoriesParliamentary Committee, Minister & AG Said 102nd Constitutional Amendment Won’t Affect States’ Power To Identify SEBCs; Supreme Court Holds Otherwise Ashok Kini6 May 2021 12:52 AMShare This – xAn interesting aspect of the Supreme Court judgment in Maratha Quota case is its interpretation of 102nd Constitutional Amendment.The petitioners challenged the Amendment on the ground that it violated the federal structure by denuding the power of states to identify Socially and Economically Backward Classes. The Centre, through Attorney General, defended the Amendment contending that the intention of Constitutional Amendment was not to take away the State’s power to identify the Backward Class, and that the State Government identification of Backward Class/Socially and Educationally Backward Classes is not touched by Article 342A.AG KK Venugopal submitted that the amendment dealt with ‘central lists’ and did not affect the power of States.The Attorney General, relied on Parliamentary Committee reports and speech given by the Minister in the Parliament, to drive home the point. On the other hand, the petitioners contended that Parliamentary Committee report and the speech of the Minister cannot be looked into for ascertaining the intention of Parliament in bringing the Amendment.Select Committee ReportThe report of the Select Committee included a clarification by the Ministry that the proposed amendment does not interfere with the powers of the State Governments to identify the Socially and Educationally Backward Classes. The existing powers of the State Backward Classes Commission would continue to be there even after the passage of the Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-third Amendment) Bill, 2017, the report quoted the Minister. The Committee further observed that the amendments do not in any way affect the independence and functioning of State Backward Classes Commissions’ and they will continue to exercise unhindered their powers of inclusion/exclusion of other backward classes with relation to State List.”Minister’s Clarification in ParliamentBefore the Parliament, responding to the apprehensions expressed by some members, the Minister Thawarchand Gehlot stated that ‘right to include or remove in the States List concerned with OBCS will remain as it is and it will not be violated in any manner.’ “Keeping in view the sentiments of Article 15 and 16, States have also exercised their powers pertaining to making schemes in the interest of OBC category and making provisions in this behalf and such power will remain as it is. We are not making any amendment in Article 15 and Article 16. It simply means that State Commissions will not be affected in any way by this Constitutional amendment. Maximum number of Hon’ble Members have shared their views expressing their fear on this point. I, sincerely want to make it clear that State Governments have right and will remain as it is in future as well. No attempt will be made to tamper with them”, the Minister had stated. He had also added that ‘the task of making the list of States is done by taking decision by the States Commission.Justice Ashok Bhushan judgment took note of Reports, SpeechesJustice Ashok Bhushan, in his judgment, took note of the above and observed that Parliamentary Committee reports including speech given by the Minister in the Parliament are relevant materials to ascertain the intention of Parliament while construing constitutional provisions. “It is, thus, clear as sun light that Parliamentary intention discernible from Select Committee report and statement of Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment is that the intention of the Parliament for bringing Constitutional amendment was not to take away the power of the State to identify backward class in the State.. When the Parliamentary intention is discernable and admissible as aid to statutory interpretation, we see no reason not to interpret Article 342A in manner as per the intention of the Parliament noticed above.”, he said in concluding part of the judgment (Justice S. Abdul Nazeer concurred)Debates and statements cannot be conclusive about the terms of the changes brought about by an amendment to the ConstitutionJustice Ravindra Bhat, (with whom Justices L. Nageswara Rao and Hemant Gupta agreed with on this issue) approached this issue quite differently. According to him, the duty of the court always is to first interpret the text, and only if there is ambiguity in the meaning, to resort first to internal aids, before seeking external aids outside the text. “The polyvocality of parliamentary proceedings where the views expressed by Ministers or Parliamentarians may not be common or unanimous and the danger of attributing a particular intention to the terms of a statute, through the words of a Minister or other functionary which may be at odds with the plain words, cannot be lost sight of.”, he observed.About the Select Committee report, Justice Bhat noted that none of the amendments proposed, expressly preserving the state power, were accepted by the Committee. “These materials show that there was on the one hand, an assumption that the changes ushered by the amendments would not disturb any part of states’ powers; however, a sizeable number- 8 members, after a careful reading of the terms of the amendment, dissented, saying that state power would be adversely impacted. In these circumstances, the debate which ensued at the time of passing of the Bill into the 102nd Amendment was by way of an assurance by the Minister concerned that the existing power of the states would not be affected. To the same effect, are debates on the floor of the Houses of Parliament. Given all these circumstances, it is difficult to accept the contention that the Select Committee’s Report, to the extent it holds out an assurance, should be used as a determinative external aid for interpretation of the actual terms of the 102nd Amendment. Likewise, debates and statements cannot be conclusive about the terms of the changes brought about by an amendment to the Constitution.”, the judge said referring to debates in Parliament.Thus, by interpreting Articles 366(26C), 342A(1) and 342A(2), Justice Bhat observed that the power of publishing the list of SEBCs, in relation to every State and Union Territory for the purposes of the Constitution is with the President only. The judgment concludes the debate with following observations:”166. Such notification is later called as the Central List by Article 342A(2); it can only be amended by the Parliament. The contrary interpretation virtually reads into the provisions of the Constitution amendments which were proposed and expressly rejected in the proceedings of the Select Committee; it also has the effect of reading in what certain dissenting members had proposed. Furthermore, by the interpretive process of taking into account the deliberations before the Select Committee, and speeches on the floor of the Parliament this Court would be reading into the Constitution provisions which no longer exist i.e., that the State can continue to carry out identification of SEBCs. This exercise would be contrary to the express terms..167. Therefore, the above expressions, having regard to the precedents of this Court with respect to (i) interpretation of the definition clause under Article 366; (ii) interpretation of new definitions inserted in Article 366 and (iii) interpretation of amendments made to the Constitution which inserted new provisions, where the Court always leant in favour of giving fullest effect to the substantive provisions, this court has to adopt the same approach, to usher change, by plain, literal construction. This court never whittled down the terminology through extrinsic aids such as speeches made on the floor of the Parliament or Select Committee reports. In this instance, doing so would be giving effect to what Parliamentarians said or Ministers said, ignoring thereby, the plain terms of the Constitution. As stated earlier, the Court cannot assume that Parliament merely indicated a cosmetic change by conferment of constitutional changes which could have been best achieved by introducing Article 338B.”Case: Dr Jaishree Laxmanrao Patil v Chief Minister [CA 3123 of 2020]Coram : Justices Ashok Bhushan, L Nageswara Rao, S Abdul Nazeer, Hemant Gupta and S Ravindra BhatCitation : LL 2021 SC 243Also From The JudgmentSupreme Court Strikes Down Maratha Quota; Says No Exceptional Circumstance To Grant Reservation In Excess Of 50% Ceiling LimitStates Have No Power To ‘Identify’ Socially & Educationally Backward Classes After 102nd Constitution Amendment : Supreme Court Holds By 3:2 Majority’To Change 50% Reservation Limit Is To Have A Society Which Is Not Founded On Equality But Based On Caste Rule’: SC Refuses To Revisit Indra Sawhney JudgmentReservation In Public Services Not The Only Method For Improving Welfare Of Backward Classes; State Should Bring Other Measures : Supreme CourtAlteration Of Content Of State Legislative Power In An Oblique & Peripheral Manner Would Not Constitute A Violation Of Basic Structure: Supreme CourtClick here to read/download the judgmentTagsIntention of Parliament Supreme Court Justice Ashok Bhushan #Justice S. 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SUU Football’s Zach Larsen Named FCS Rimington Award Recipient

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNEW YORK-Monday, Southern Utah football center, senior Zach Larsen, was announced as the winner of the 2019 Rimington Award at the NCAA FCS level, awarded to the top center in every level of NCAA football.Larsen is a three-time All-Big Sky Conference honoree for the Thunderbirds and earned unanimous first-team honors this season.Larsen is the first Thunderbird to receive this award and the fourth winner from the Big Sky Conference in award history. Written by Tags: Rimington Trophy/SUU Football/Zach Larsen Brad James December 16, 2019 /Sports News – Local SUU Football’s Zach Larsen Named FCS Rimington Award Recipientlast_img read more

Advertising watchdog tackles three companies for misleading ads

first_imgHome » News » Advertising watchdog tackles three companies for misleading ads previous nextRegulation & LawAdvertising watchdog tackles three companies for misleading adsDeveloper and two agents picked up for ASA code breachesNigel Lewis25th October 201601,088 Views Three different property firms including two agents and a developer have made it on to today’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) naughty step after complaints were made against them for publishing misleading ads.The most serious is against London-based agent Harper Brooks, whose website for a 98 unit, £18m new-homes development in Manchester called Grove House was investigated by the ASA following a complaint.Its website for the development,, claimed to offer two-bedroom properties for rent from £650pcm but the complainant said no properties were available at that price, and that no “manned concierge desk” was available, as claimed.The ASA upheld the complaint but also heavily criticises Harper Brooks – which trades as Cambourne Properties Ltd – for not responding to the ASA’s enquiries quickly or adequately enough, which itself is a breach of the ASA’s code. When The Negotiator visited the website earlier today the advert had yet to be amended.The other complaints about misleading ads were less serious and were informally resolved. Hybrid agent YOPA was reported for failing to make it clear that VAT was not included within its ‘savings’ calculator, which shows potential clients how much less they might pay using YOPA compared to a traditional high street agent. YOPA has now amended the copy on its site.Lastly, there was a complaint against developer Springfield Properties in Glasgow for using the ‘Help to Buy’ scheme logo on property photos for developments where the scheme was not applicable. The company has agreed to amend its website, which it has now done.Harper Brooks misleading ads ASA Springfield Properties YOPA October 25, 2016Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

The genius of Dr Allinson

first_imgAre your staff lethargic? Are they difficult to motivate? The solution is simple: wean them off the workplace booze and cheese binges.Hints to shop assistants: “To get good work out of anyone he must be properly fed. An assistant suffering from indigestion, due to heavy meat food, cheese, and ale, cannot properly attend to business. Assistants have told me again and again that they do not have the energy to attend properly to their duties, and many have asked what they shall do to get more vigour as they fear dismissal. Parents will do well to enquire into the food served at large places of business before sending their sons and daughters there, or they may cause them to acquire the beginnings of disease which result in chronic illness or death.”Next week: life and deathlast_img read more

News story: Call for evidence: Home Office approach to charging for services

first_imgThe Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration has begun work on an inspection of the Home Office’s charging for services in respect of its asylum, immigration, nationality and customs functions.The inspection will look at the rationale and authority for particular charges, including the amounts charged.It will also look at whether the Home Office is providing the services in question efficiently and effectively, including meeting agreed service levels where these exist, and at the means of redress where individuals are dissatisfied with the service they have received.Where the charged service is a premium option and a free service exists, the inspection will look at the relationship between the two, including how both are resourced and managed.The Independent Chief Inspector will be seeking inputs from the ICIBI’s regular stakeholders, but would also like to encourage contributions from anyone with first-hand knowledge or experience of Home Office charging for services.Please submit your evidence by 16 July 2018.Please email the Chief Inspector: [email protected] write to: ICIBI 5th Floor Globe House 89 Eccleston Square London SW1V 1PNlast_img read more

New York Street To Be Renamed In Honor Of The Ramones

first_imgYou know you’ve made it when they’re naming a street after you. Some 40+ years after the Ramones met at Forest Hills High School, a street on the corner of 67th Avenue and 110th Street near the Queens, NY school will be renamed “The Ramones Way” in honor of the punk icons. All four original band members, Jeffrey Hyman (Joey), Thomas Erdelyi (Tommy), Douglas Colvin (Dee Dee), and John Cummings (Johnny), grew up in the Forest Hills neighborhood.The news of the new street comes by way of DNAInfo, which reports that a bill to introduce co-names for 65 NYC streets was recently approved by the City Council, and is just awaiting a signature from Mayor Bill DeBlasio. There is also currently a street near the old CBGB on Bowery Street and 2nd Avenue, named after Joey Ramone.Ramones – “Rock N’ Roll High School”last_img read more