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Area: 275 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/876452/house-v-stephane-nikolas Clipboard CopyHouses•Saint-Aunès, France France ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/876452/house-v-stephane-nikolas Clipboard “COPY” House V / Stéphane Nikolas Manufacturers: Aluform, Sapa Building System International NVSave this picture!Courtesy of Stéphane NikolasRecommended ProductsDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesText description provided by the architects. Located in the south of France near Montpellier, in the village of Saint Aunès, the house takes place on a land of vines, cultivated since the Romans, bathed by the sun of the Mediterranean Sea, a short 15- minutes drive away. The project includes another building, under construction, whose destination is that of an artist’s workshop for the owners.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanA simple parallelepiped, a cocoon of steel and glass set between two horizontal planes which delimit the view, oriented towards the vibrating light of the south, the volume, light, detached from the ground, seems to rest on the green of the original vine. The two white lines of the gangway, slender and taut, draw a minimal intervention, on a vegetable background formed of cypresses, fig trees, laurels and other olive trees. The drawing is meant to be purified, a striking contrast between the hand of man and the work of nature, complementary, balanced, without harming or diminishing the presence of the other.Save this picture!Courtesy of Stéphane NikolasPlaced on a concrete base, an expression of durability and solidity, the steel cage of the structure, with optimized spans and stitches, wants to express the lightness and transparency of a habitat completely open on the outside. Bathed in the sun, catching its rays in winter, when it is low, protected from its flames in summer when it rises in the sky, the interior of the house is one with the garden, visually and physically. The bay windows of the south facade open on the entire stay and allow to extend it on the outer passageway, the terrace and the garden below.Save this picture!Courtesy of Stéphane NikolasThe surface is not important. What is important is the perception of volume and the relation to nature, outside, which multiply the spatial sensation.Save this picture!Courtesy of Stéphane NikolasMade for a family of three, two adults and a boy, the program responds to a request for two bedrooms, a guest room, an office/library, and a large basement for the cellar and garage.Save this picture!Courtesy of Stéphane NikolasThe metal frame was constructed as a Mecano, assembled and bolted on site, with cold bent sections. Fixed on the base of the cellar it has been dressed externally of an aluminum corrugated siding that corresponds to the industrial character of the structure, visible on the posts or the gangway. The large thermal insulation that fills the interstices of the framework allows a very small loss, compensated in winter by the solar contributions and an air/water heat pump that feed the heating by the ground. A thermodynamic hot water balloon coupled with a single flow ventilation produces the necessary hot water. The house meets the French BBC standards (building low consumption) with a consumption less than 29kwhPE / m2year.Save this picture!Structure AxonometricProject gallerySee allShow lessKew House / McLaren.ExcellSelected ProjectsCongo Kintele Congress Centre / AVCIARCHITECTSSelected Projects Share Projects 2016 “COPY” Houses Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ArchDaily Year: Architects: Stéphane Nikolas Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!Courtesy of Stéphane Nikolas+ 15 Share House V / Stéphane NikolasSave this projectSaveHouse V / Stéphane Nikolas CopyAbout this officeStéphane NikolasOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSaint-AunèsFrancePublished on July 26, 2017Cite: “House V / Stéphane Nikolas” 26 Jul 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Linkedin Email Previous article‘Shannon Region Junior Chef of the Year 2021’ Inspires Next Generation of Culinary Stars Through Apprenticeship Taster SchemeNext articleAldi Roches St Limerick gets the green light Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Concern Debates All Ireland Shield Finalists – Ardscoil Mhuire – Ciara Grimes, Ali Sheehy, Katlyn Hourigan and Tara McDonaghArdscoil Mhuire’s team makes history by competing in Concern’s first ever Shield Final.Ardscoil Mhuire’s Concern Debates team simply would not allow Covid-19 to interfere with their participation in the competition, moving seamlessly to online debating and battling all the way to the first ever All-Ireland Shield Final.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Whilst all in Ardscoil Mhuire’s school community are deeply proud of how well their debate teams perform in any given year, the dedication, creativity, and passion demonstrated by this year’s team was singularly inspirational.Since September 2020 they have met, planned, written, rehearsed, performed, and supported each other exclusively through online platforms. This adaptability and team synergy saw them remain undefeated through the year, earning them a place in the final of Concern Worldwide’s flagship schools’ programme.The Final took place live over Zoom in late April, and saw Ciara Grimes (Captain), Ali Sheehy, Katlyn Hourigan, and Tara McDonagh deliver a robust argument against the motion that “even beyond 2030, the SDGs are beyond humanity’s reach”.They dug deep, impressively drawing on their knowledge of global issues, politics, history, and science during the debate to great effect. Despite a narrow loss by majority decision to Friends’ School, Lisburn, the team took pride in placing among the top teams in the country, continuing their school’s tradition of excellence in debating.Ardscoil Mhuire would like to acknowledge and celebrate the entire team for contributing towards this wonderful achievement for their school community. They are: Abby Purcell, Ali Sheehy, Christine Houghton, Ciara Clancy, Ciara Grimes, Ellen Garcia Breen, Emanuela Vasic, Katlyn Hourigan, Olivia Kiely, Sara-Jane Williams, Tara McDonagh, and their mentor, Mr Huff. Twitter WhatsApp Facebook BusinessNewsArdscoil Mhuire in All-Ireland debating finalBy Staff Reporter – May 21, 2021 231 Advertisement Print
High Court While Exercising Writ Jurisdiction Cannot Reappreciate Evidence Led During Disciplinary Enquiry, Reiterates Supreme Court
Top StoriesHigh Court While Exercising Writ Jurisdiction Cannot Reappreciate Evidence Led During Disciplinary Enquiry, Reiterates Supreme Court LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK25 Nov 2020 4:51 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court has observed that while exercising writ jurisdiction with respect to disciplinary proceedings, the High Court must not act as an appellate authority, and reappreciate the evidence led before the enquiry officer.The bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud, Indu Malhotra and KM Joseph observed thus while restoring an order of compulsory retirement passed against a…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court has observed that while exercising writ jurisdiction with respect to disciplinary proceedings, the High Court must not act as an appellate authority, and reappreciate the evidence led before the enquiry officer.The bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud, Indu Malhotra and KM Joseph observed thus while restoring an order of compulsory retirement passed against a Sub-Inspector of Railway Protection Force.In this case, the Bombay High Court in exercise of its writ jurisdiction had set aside the order of compulsory retirement passed by the statutory authorities against the sub-inspector, and substituted it by an order of re-instatement with all consequential benefits, and 50% back wages. The authority had found that the charges against the employee were proved (Theft of 19 CST-9 plates and 1 1 coach trolley). The punishment of compulsory retirement from service with immediate effect was imposed. In appeal, the Apex Court bench referred to the following judgments with respect to interference by the High Courts with findings in a departmental enquiry against a public servant: State of Andhra Pradesh v S.Sree Rama Rao, State of Andhra Pradesh v. Chitra Venkata Rao, State of Rajasthan & Ors. v. Heem Singh, Union of India v. P. Gunasekaran, Union of India v. G. Ganayutham ,Director General RPF v. Ch. Sai Babu , Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board v T.T. Murali, Union of India v. Manab Kumar Guha. It noted the following observations made in P. Gunasekaran:”Under Articles 226 / 227 of the Constitution of India, the High Court shall not (i) re-appreciate the evidence; (ii) interfere with the conclusions in the enquiry, in the case the same has been conducted in accordance with law; (iii) go into the adequacy of the evidence; (iv) go into the reliability of the evidence; (v) interfere, if there be some legal evidence on which findings can be based; (vi) correct the error of fact however grave it may appear to be; (vii) go into the proportionality of punishment unless it shocks its conscience”The court noted that, in the instant case, there is no allegation of malafides against the disciplinary authority i.e. Chief Security Commissioner, or lack of competence of the disciplinary authority in passing the order of compulsory retirement, or of a breach of the principles of natural justice, or that the findings were based on no evidence. The High Court was not justified in re-appraising the entire evidence threadbare as a court of first appeal, and substituting the Order of punishment, by a lesser punishment, without justifiable reason, the court observed. It said:”A police officer in the Railway Protection Force is required to maintain a high standard of integrity in the discharge of his official functions. In this case, the charges proved against the Respondent “were of neglect of duty” which resulted in pecuniary loss to the Railways. The Respondent was a SubInspector in the Railway Police discharging an office of trust and confidence which required absolute integrity. The High Court was therefore not justified in setting aside the order of compulsory retirement, and directing re-instatement with consequential benefits, and payment of backwages to the extent of 50%.”While restoring the order of compulsory retirment, the bench directed the authority to release Gratuity, if due and payable to the former employee from 05.12.2007, within a period of six weeks from today, alongwith interest.CASE: DIRECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE, RAILWAY PROTECTION FORCE vs. RAJENDRA KUMAR DUBEY [CIVIL APPEAL NO. 3820 OF 2020]CORAM: Justices DY Chandrachud, Indu Malhotra and KM JosephClick here to Read/Download JudgmentRead JudgmentNext Story
RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook Twitter Previous article1 more death and 107 Covid cases in NorthNext articleMain Evening, News, Sport, Nuacht and Obituaries Friday April 2nd News Highland 25 more Covid-19 cases reported in Donegal By News Highland – April 2, 2021 WhatsApp Pinterest Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th There have been 8 additional Covid-19 deaths and 591 new confirmed cases.4 of the deaths occurred in February and 4 in March.25 of the cases are in Donegal. The county’s 14 day incidence rate stands at 286.4 cases per 100,000 people, the second highest figure in the country.There are 264 patients with the virus in hospital and 62 in intensive care.Dr Ray Walley, member of the GP advisory group to the HSE, says it’s important everyone enjoys the Easter weekend in a safe way:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/virusfigures5pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ Pinterest Community Enhancement Programme open for applications
Written by June 14, 2019 /Sports News – National Man accused of killing former Iowa State University golfer Celia Barquin Arozamena pleads guilty FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailWOI(NEW YORK) — A man who was accused of killing a former Iowa State University golfer and dumping her body in a pond at a golf course pleaded guilty on Friday.Collin Richards, 22, pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree for the killing of Celia Barquin Arozamena in September 2018, according to a statement from the Story County Attorney’s Office.Richards was not made a plea offer in the case, and per Iowa law, he will be sentenced to mandatory life sentence in prison without the possibility of parole on Aug. 23, the statement said.“My heart is with Celia’s family today with the hope that this result will bring them some level of comfort,” Story County Attorney Jessica Reynolds said in the statement. “Please know our entire community supports you and grieves with you.”Arozamena’s body was found in a pond at the Coldwater Links public golf course near Iowa State University with multiple stab wounds on the morning of Sept. 17, 2018. She had apparently gone golfing alone on that day.Arozamena’s body was found in a pond at the Coldwater Links public golf course near Iowa State University with multiple stab wounds on the morning of Sept. 17, 2018. She had apparently gone golfing alone on that day.A K-9 unit tracked the victim’s scent through the wooded area to a homeless encampment. As police were searching the camp, Richard’s approached them and officers noticed that he had “several fresh scratches on his face consistent with fighting,” and that he also “attempted to conceal a deep laceration to his left hand,” according to a criminal complaint.At the time, Arozamena, a native of Spain, had recently been named Iowa State’s female athlete of the year. She had turned pro after graduating from the college in spring 2018.“This tragic crime is something we have all been moved and saddened by,” the Story County Attorney’s Office statement said. “But we will not let tragedy define us. We will honor the life and memory of Celia by remembering her great spirit and all the lives she touched and made better in the time she spent with us.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund
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The Balliol Speakeasy Ball has been cancelled as a result of “underwhelming” ticket sales.An online statement issued by the Balliol Ball Committee explained that it was “economically impossible” to go ahead with the ball, as ticket sales outside of the College were not strong enough.The decision to cancel the ball was taken by College authorities, after increased attempts at raising the publicity of the ball had failed to boost demand for tickets.The Committee said they were “incredibly disappointed and frustrated that this has happened”.The Ball Secretary explained, “Few sales were made outside of the college. Almost all tickets that were purchased outside of the battel system were bought by close friends of college members, or alumni. We were unable to sell enough tickets to even approach breaking even.”The negative press which followed Balliol’s last summer ball has been cited to as a factor contributing to a lack of interest in this year’s event. Last year’s Midsummer Night’s Dream Ball was followed by complaints relating to the availability of food and drink, as well as the quality of entertainment on offer.In a letter to Balliol JCR, the Ball Committee referred directly to the damage caused to the reputation of Balliol stating such negativity had subsequently “spiraled”.Of the ball’s cancellation, a fourth year Balliol student commented, “In a large part it was due to the bad publicity that they were burdened with from last year. I heard that a large part of the budget was spent on securing DJ Yoda’s appearance, which could have been a mistake.“Most people at Balliol are upset that it has been cancelled. Our balls may not be as glamorous as other Colleges but they are always fun if you’re at Balliol”.The Ball Committee has confirmed that all those who purchased tickets for this year’s ball will be refunded. In a statement addressed to attendees the Committee said, “We can only express our great unhappiness about this unfortunate situation, and apologise to all JCR members that such events have transpired”.The Speakeasy Ball was scheduled to take place on the same night as six other College balls. It faced competition from St Hugh’s Secret Garden Party, which has sold over 2000 tickets, and The Keble Ball, which recently increased its proposed attendance to over 1000 people.The ball was due to be held on Saturday of second week. It promised to transport guest “to a secret world of recklessness and elegance” and was set to feature the hip-hop artist DJ Yoda.The terms of the cancellation will be discussed in detail at the first Balliol JCR general meeting of next term when a Ball Committee report will be delivered to JCR members.
Personnel Order 16-PO-26: Officer Mark Decamps, Badge Number 1260 – 21 day suspension, with a further recommendation that the Merit Commission consider termination. Appeal hearing scheduled for today.Personnel Order 16-PO-27: Officer Marcus Craig, Badge Number 1250 – 21 day suspension, with a further recommendation that the Merit Commission consider termination. Appeal hearing to be set at later date pending disability hearing per motion at February 21st meeting.Personnel Order 16-PO-28: Officer Nick Henderson, Badge Number 1134 – 21 day suspension, with a further recommendation that the Merit Commission consider termination. Appeal hearing scheduled for today.Personnel Order 16-PO-29: Sergeant Kyle Kassel, Badge Number 5178 – 21 day suspension, with a further recommendation that the Merit Commission consider a reduction in rank. Appeal hearing scheduled for today.Personnel Order 16-PO-34: Officer Jamarius Ward, Badge Number 1378 – 21 day suspension. Appeal hearing scheduled for March 13th at 10:00am in Room 307. APPROVAL OF CLAIMS I.C. 5-14-1.5-6.1(b)(5): To receive information about and interview prospective employees.I.C. 5-14-1.5-6.1(b)(6)(A): With respect to any individual over whom the governing body has jurisdiction to receive information concerning the individual’s alleged misconduct.I.C. 5-14-1.5-6.1(b)(9): To discuss a job performance evaluation of individual employees. This subdivision does not apply to a discussion of the salary, compensation, or benefits of employees during a budget process. CALL TO ORDER REMINDERS: The meeting scheduled for February 27th is cancelled. The following meeting will by Monday, March 13, 2017 with the Executive Session beginning at 9:00am. ADJOURNMENTFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail APPROVAL OF MINUTES: EVANSVILLE POLICE MERIT COMMISSIONMEETING AGENDAThursday, February 23, 20178:00 a.m. Room 307, Civic Center ComplexEXECUTIVE SESSION: ACKNOWLEDGE GUESTS OPEN SESSION: PENDING DISCIPLINARY MATTERS: January 23, 2017 (Hegeman and Scott)February 21, 2017 (Hegeman, Cook, and Scott) An executive session and a closed hearing will be held prior to the open session.The executive session and hearing are closed as provided by:
Kindergarten teacher and race organizer Carrie Merritt greets a Pi Day Run finisher with a whipped-cream pie.A cold March rain on Saturday morning didn’t stand in the way of a once-in-a-century opportunity to celebrate pi at a time that matches the first 10 digits of the mathematical constant: 3/14/15 9:26:53 a.m.Several hundred runners lined up on Sixth Street near the Ocean City Primary School on world Pi Day to start a 3.14-mile course that traveled past Ocean City High School to the boardwalk and down to 18th Street (home of Ocean City Intermediate School).By early Friday evening, 355 runners had pre-registered for the first-time event, and many more signed up on race day. A final count of finishers and results are expected to be posted Saturday.Heavy rain, a steady ocean breeze and cold March air didn’t stop hundreds of runners from participating in a Pi Day Run on Saturday on the Ocean City Boardwalk.__________For results, see sjtiming.com__________The event was an effort to integrate Ocean City schools and the community on Pi Day. It also included a children’s run/walk for 10-and-unders — a 314-yard dash. Post-race activities out of the rain in the Ocean City Sports and Civic Center included pie-a-teacher, pie-eating contests, pizza-pie tossing, hula hooping and a small health fair.Ocean City Schools Superintendent Kathleen Taylor had challenged Primary School teachers Carrie Merritt and Erin Porter to see if they could attract 314 runners to the new event, and they far exceeded that goal.The event is co-sponsored by the Ocean City Educators Association (OCEA).At the urging of friends and family, many runners were met at the finish line with whipped-cream pies to the face.The race field included many teachers, students, school sports teams and school families. The celebration of pi continued after the race with a small fair inside the Ocean City Civic Center.