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2 En 1 : Intergenerational House / TICA architecture Year: Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description France Houses Products used in this ProjectFiber Cements / CementsEQUITONEFiber Cement Facade Panel TectivaThermal Engineer:AXENERGIEJoinery:MCMCity:Vaux-sur-MerCountry:FranceMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of TICA architectureText description provided by the architects. The program aim to accommodate a place to leave for a four generation’s family. Two separated dwellings are created in the same building. They’re sharing spaces in between: the cave in the basement, the atelier on the ground floor and the upper terrace on the first floor. Those spaces provide privacy and acoustics qualities and in the same time, they allow crossing from a house to another.Save this picture!Courtesy of TICA architectureThis building is settled in a narrow property in front of the sea. The volume organisation follows bioclimatic rules to take advantage of the environment. Density, south orientations, natural ventilation, geothermal energy taken from underground waterways and high level wall insulation are brought together to create an efficient building.Save this picture!Courtesy of TICA architectureThe cross-laminated timber wall structure brings a pleasant wood atmosphere in the spaces.Save this picture!Courtesy of TICA architectureRooms are very different from each other like the boat bunk beds or double bed alcove until the bedroom suite with terrace. Bathrooms are situated along the façade with a sea view.Save this picture!Floor PlanWood details like useful wall partition between kitchen and living room, corridor’s lighting or sun shading sliding panels. Sailing cordage is used for balustrades and outside sliding sun shading.Save this picture!Courtesy of TICA architectureProject gallerySee allShow lessCarol Urzua / Lira Arquitectos AsociadosSelected ProjectsPaulo Freire Library / 3C Arquitetura e UrbanismoSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/583125/2-en-1-intergenerational-house-tica-architecture Clipboard “COPY” Save this picture!Courtesy of TICA architecture+ 15 Share 2 En 1 : Intergenerational House / TICA architectureSave this projectSave2 En 1 : Intergenerational House / TICA architecture CopyHouses•Vaux-sur-Mer, France Carpentry: ArchDaily Manufacturers: EQUITONE, Pavatex, VMZINC Area: 260 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2012 CMB Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” Architects: TICA architecture Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/583125/2-en-1-intergenerational-house-tica-architecture Clipboard Projects CopyAbout this officeTICA architectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWoodHousesVaux-sur-MerFrancePublished on January 01, 2015Cite: “2 En 1 : Intergenerational House / TICA architecture” 01 Jan 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Photographs United Kingdom “COPY” Projects Milk Structures CopyHouses, Extension•London, United Kingdom Save this picture!© Jack Hobhouse+ 16 Share Structural Engineer: “COPY” 2016 Software:VectorworksCity:LondonCountry:United KingdomMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Jack HobhouseRecommended ProductsWoodBlumer LehmannAssembly and Logistics of Wood ProjectsArmchairsAndreu WorldBrandy – Lounge ChairWoodSculptformTimber Battens in Scotch CollegeText description provided by the architects. On a very small budget (£100,000) Studio Octopi converted the roof space of a private house in Battersea for the Associate Dean at the RCA School of Communication. We inserted a new stair made from solid black steel sections and perforated 4mm plate. This allowed the light from the new rooflight to still flood the stairwell. Hanging over the stairwell is a clear glass balcony referencing the Phase I works at first floor level.Save this picture!© Jack HobhouseSave this picture!Section AASave this picture!© Jack HobhouseThe archive and loft are both lined out in a white oiled Spruce plywood with bespoke oak framed windows. The archive is designed to re-use IKEA shelving and accommodate a small reading desk. Lit by a linear LED running the length of the corridor, the archive corridor ends in a mirrored wall this blurs the extent of this unconventional space.Save this picture!© Jack HobhouseThe loft has two chairs for the client and her partner to read and, as the sun goes down, watch the south London skies. The client is originally from Austin, Texas and the colours and light of Texas are reflected in the design and objects in the house as a whole.Save this picture!© Jack HobhouseProject gallerySee allShow lessThree Finalists Announced for Tel Aviv University Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Cen…Architecture NewsThe Project of a Collective LineArticles Share JCR Projects CopyAbout this officeStudio OctopiOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionLondonEnglandUnited KingdomPublished on April 06, 2016Cite: “Gallery House / Studio Octopi” 06 Apr 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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Drew Herschmannhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/drew-herschmann/ Linkedin TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer Drew Herschmannhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/drew-herschmann/ Drew Herschmannhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/drew-herschmann/ Faculty Senate gathers to discuss the future of Thursday home football games. ReddIt Tesla gallery opens in University Park Village Twitter + posts Storms on the way to the DFW Facebook TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Facebook Drew is a senior communications major with minors in journalism and psychology. He is a reporter that covers crime and public for TCU 360. He is from Houston, Texas and you can find him anywhere you can find queso. Drew Herschmannhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/drew-herschmann/ Drew Herschmann Mike Freeze attends tryout for junior college baseball team Twitter Previous articleUndefeated season comes to an end for TCUNext articleTCU retirees gather for book club Drew Herschmann RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Linkedin Cavins-Tull: TCU Alert worked The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years printThe TCU Faculty Senate met Thursday in the Chambers to discuss several topics, one of which was the handling of future Thursday night home football games.A recommendation that football games not be played on weekdays was tabled by a majority vote from the senate.According to the recommendation, “The TCU Faculty Senate strongly recommends to the Intercollegiate Athletics Department that home football games not be scheduled between Mondays and Fridays – days when regularly scheduled classes meet or examinations are held.”The recommendation also stated the mission of the university is to educate, that the parking situation inconvenienced faculty and students and the tailgating activities sent the wrong message to students.Some senators agreed with the recommendation, saying that it reinforces the academics first viewpoint.However, a majority of the senators disagreed with the recommendation.One of the main complaints senators had about the recommendation was that it was worded too strongly.“This issue (having thursday football games) doesn’t happen enough,” said Dr. Eric Simanek, a professor of chemistry and faculty senator.Many senators said we should thank the people who helped out on the Oct. 29th game and look for ways we can improve the situation.The recommendation also states TCU should keep the parking lots closed to tailgaters until 5 p.m.There were a few suggestions to cancel classes altogether.Some senators said the university should close at 2 p.m. on gamedays, while others suggested the university should close down and have a “football holiday.”The senate voted to revise the recommendation and revisit the issue in March.
Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Previous: Homes are a Better Investment than Retirement Savings Next: Looking for a Universal Solution Subscribe February 2, 2018 2,155 Views Title Touches Everything: Streamlining Communications in Default Servicing Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Share Save Title insurance and title-related products are an integral, and often expensive, part of the mortgage default process. Every aspect of default servicing touches title, from loss mitigation to REO disposition. Although many servicers have designed their internal functions, groups, and departments to optimize loan management, their workflow design can have the unintended consequence of creating silos. As a title provider, it has been our observation that many of these default servicing silos don’t always communicate effectively with each other when it comes to title issues, causing redundancy and adding to cost.This lack of internal communication about title appears to be counterintuitive. After the 2008 mortgage crisis, scores of regulatory changes and internal best-practices reviews were installed. Today, servicers are better-than-ever equipped to handle cross communications within default servicing due to single-point-of-contact assignments, LOS and servicing technology enhancements, and just plain old interdivision management oversight. Title is the one constant that potentially touches each department that has not been addressed and streamlined overall. Various title products ordered during the default servicing process may include the Deed Report, also known as Legal and Vesting (L&V); Property Report, often referred to as Ownership & Encumbrance (O&E); American Land Title Association (ALTA) Residential Junior Loan Policy; and the Full ALTA Title Policy.One department may order a similar type of title product that another department has already ordered, just because “that is the way it’s been done for a long time.” Simple title search work ordered for the foreclosure department could assist the bankruptcy or workout areas using the initial product ordered from one or many of the departments involved.Prior to the crisis, there was a movement to unify and/or reuse mortgage title-related products in aspects of the foreclosure and REO departments. The term used for the unification of these products was called “Cradle-to-Grave.” The concept was simple: a title commitment would be ordered at the initiation of foreclosure, supplanting the simple title update. During the long foreclosure process, the title commitment would be used to cure any and all defects prior to the foreclosure sale. At foreclosure sale, a simple and inexpensive date-down would be ordered to ensure lien priority prior to REO. If the loan moved into REO for handling post-foreclosure sale, then the foreclosure commitment could be converted to an insurable product, an Owner’s Title Policy (OTP). The marketable OTP could be procured very quickly and cheaply using the same title provider and product used throughout foreclosure.Although the concept was rudimentary and evolving prior to 2008, Cradle-to-Grave was adopted by many servicers, particularly special servicers who specialized in default servicing as they focused on reducing investor costs (severity) while looking for speed of execution (recency). Following 2008, however, the default servicing industry (and the entire mortgage servicing industry) had too much on its plate as delinquencies spiked across the country. Cradle-to-Grave and title unification took a back seat to HAMP I and II, HAFA, HARP, SPOC, consent orders, new CFPB regulations, national servicing standards, etc. The industry was in complete dislocation, with all hands on deck, grappling with a very new set of complex and sometimes conflicting servicing standards. Buzzwords like velocity, recency, and expense control were a thing of the past in the default world following the meltdown. The ship needed to get righted as focus turned toward much more pressing and immediate matters.Fast forward 10 years and mortgage servicing has found its footing. The time is right to look for title unification efficiencies within default servicing and to manage expenses throughout an expensive process. This unification of title products is low-hanging fruit. We now have better communication than ever within default servicing. The systems and personnel all “talk” to one another. Processes are no longer opaque. With a keen eye for efficiencies and cost savings, it is time to reexamine at how title products can be used throughout all default workflows, not just between the foreclosure and REO. Default title unification can be put into practice by using an experienced title provider who can help navigate across default-department boundaries by using and re-using similar title products throughout the life-of-loan within default servicing. 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News UpdatesSC Frees 79 Year Old Murder Convict Who Spent About 29 Years In Prison [Read Order] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK3 Sep 2020 10:08 PMShare This – xThe Supreme Court has ordered release of a murder convict who spent around 29 years 10 months in prison.The bench comprising Justices NV Ramana, S. Abdul Nazeer and Surya Kant were considering a writ petition filed by one Munna, who is now aged about 79, convicted for his involvement in the murder of 11 persons with deadly weapons and injured others. The incident happened in the…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 ordered release of a murder convict who spent around 29 years 10 months in prison.The bench comprising Justices NV Ramana, S. Abdul Nazeer and Surya Kant were considering a writ petition filed by one Munna, who is now aged about 79, convicted for his involvement in the murder of 11 persons with deadly weapons and injured others. The incident happened in the year 1989.He submitted before the Court that he is undergoing the sentence imposed on him of imprisonment for life, and has been in jail since the date of his arrest on 02.02.1989 (except for a brief period of around 2 years when he was released on goodwill by the government of Uttar Pradesh). The Government had rejected his application for premature release under Section 2 of the Uttar Pradesh Prisoners Release on Probation Act, 1938. He submitted that some of the co-convicts seeking similar relief, were released by the Supreme Court last month.Taking note of the grounds stated in the order rejecting his plea seeking premature release, the bench observed:Even in this matter, it appears that the authority has not taken into consideration the conditions that are required to be looked into for the purpose of releasing a prisoner under Section 2 of the U.P. Act. Rather, there is only a mention that the crime that the Petitioner was involved in is heinous, and there is no appreciation of the record to suggest whether he is likely to abstain from crime and lead a peaceable life. In fact, the prison records suggest that his jail conduct is good. Additionally, it appears that the Petitioner is currently around 79 years old and has undergone around 29 years 10 months without remission, and around 36 years imprisonment including remission.The bench then allowed his petition in the same terms as in writ petition filed by his co-accused.”Merely repeating the fact that the crime is heinous and that release of such a person would send a negative message against the justice system in the society are factors de hors Section 2. Conduct in prison has not been referred to at all and the Senior Superintendent of Police and the District Magistrate confirming that the prisoner is not “incapacitated” from committing the crime is not tantamount to stating that he is likely to abstain from crime and lead a peaceable life if released from prison.”, the bench of Justices Justice RF Nariman and Navin Sinha had observed while allowing the co-accused petition.Case name: MUNNA vs. STATE OF UTTAR PRADESHCase no.: WRIT PETITION (CRIMINAL) No. 4 OF 2020 Coram: Justices NV Ramana, S. Abdul Nazeer and Surya KantCounsel: AOR Samir Malik, Adv Z.U. Khan, for petitioner AOR Sarvesh Singh Baghel, Adv Rajan Kumar Chourasia for Respondent Click here to Read/Download OrderRead Order Next Story
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News UpdatesFive Additional Judges Of Calcutta HC And One Additional Judge Of Allahabad HC Made Permanent [Read Notification] Sparsh Upadhyay26 Sep 2020 6:58 AMShare This – xThe Central Government on Thursday (24th September) notified the appointment of Five Additional Judges of the Calcutta High Court and One Additional Judge of Allahabad High Court, as Permanent Judges.[Calcutta HC] Five Additional Judges made Permanent. They are:-· Md. Nizamuddin· Tirthankar Ghosh· Hiranmay Bhattacharyya· Saugata Bhattacharyya and· …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 Central Government on Thursday (24th September) notified the appointment of Five Additional Judges of the Calcutta High Court and One Additional Judge of Allahabad High Court, as Permanent Judges.[Calcutta HC] Five Additional Judges made Permanent. They are:-· Md. Nizamuddin· Tirthankar Ghosh· Hiranmay Bhattacharyya· Saugata Bhattacharyya and· Manojit MandaThe Notification of the Central Government in this regard reads,”In exercise of the power conferred by clause (1) of Article 217 of the Constitution of India, the President is pleased to appoint S/Shri Justices (1) Md. Nizamuddin (2) Tirthankar Ghosh (3) Hiranmay Bhattacharyya (4) Saugata Bhattacharyya and (5) Manojit Mandal, Additional Judges of the Calcutta High Court, to be Judges of the Calcutta High Court with effect from the date they assume charge of their respective offices.”The President of India had appointed all of them as Additional Judges of Calcutta High Court on 06th February 2018.[Allahabad HC] One Additional Judge made Permanent. He is:-· Virendra Kumar IIThe Notification of the Central Government in this regard reads,”In exercise of the power conferred by clause (1) of Article 217 of the Constitution of India, the President is pleased to appoint Shri Justice Virendra Kumar II, Additional Judge of the Allahabad High Court, to be a Judge of the Allahabad High Court with effect from the date he assumes charge of his office.”The Supreme Court Collegium had recommended to appoint them as permanent Judges vide Resolution dated August 24, 2020.Click Here To Download Notification[Read Notification]Click Here To Download Notification[Read Notification]Next Story