Santa Clara Building / Lagula Arquitectes

first_img Projects Antonio Alonso, Martín Ezquerro, Ignacio López Alonso, Manel Morante, Marc Zaballa Lead Architects: Photographs:  Adrià Goula Design Team:Isa Lozano, Gemma Arco, Maria Rosario Herrero, Antonio García, Inés Alomar, Patrizia Etxebarria, Mària Canel, Nando Cabanillas, Toni Cladera,  Aleix Ranera, Jan Carol, Carmen Barberá, Rafa Berengena, Martí Bosch, Marta Chinchilla, Clara Tarrats, Viktória Ramos, Anna Miquel, Xavier Font, Olaya Martínez, Albert García-Alzórriz, Assia El Hamadani, Guillem Bargues, Albert PerarnauSponsor:Santa Clara Building, Zenith HousesConstruction Company:Construccions BusquetsFacilities:OrdeicCity:GironaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Adrià GoulaText description provided by the architects. Sta Clara 11 is settled in one of the best areas of the Girona old quarter, facing the river. The aim of the Gironi developer is to transform a 70’s office dense storey building in a new dynamic living typology.Save this picture!© Adrià GoulaSeveral surgical operations are developed to transform the apparently indifferent modern movement structure into a rooted Gironi edifice, linked to the urban fabric pre-existences. All those aimed both to improve the inhabitant’s common life quality and to enhance the urban values.Save this picture!© Adrià GoulaSave this picture!Cross SectionSave this picture!© Adrià GoulaA new curvy courtyard is proposed. This is thought as modern, transparent, luminous space, open to the sky. As a building heart, provides light, ventilation and character to the homes and to the public mew. It is defined in glass blocks following the north European tradition, from the Viennese Otto Wagner to Pierre Chareau’s modernism. Save this picture!© Adrià GoulaSave this picture!AxonometricSave this picture!© Adrià GoulaPrivate access and public common spaces are open to this new concept space, breathing light. This new insertion, as an ice bloc, melts its character to the street.Save this picture!© Adrià GoulaSave this picture!1st Floor PlanSave this picture!© Adrià GoulaThis new burnished materiality is combined with warm and traditional materials, to create a modern but grounded in the place experience. The new additions revaluate the character of the old quarter life. It aims to be modern thought being local. The assorted dwellings typologies are open both to the street both to the courtyard. The different level are occupied with multiple experiences of life, from a two room apartment to the duplex penthouses. Save this picture!© Adrià GoulaThe flexible old structure is adapted to the new times, also developing a new façade to the street, showing the renewed Girona’s character and free will.Save this picture!© Adrià GoulaProject gallerySee allShow lessThe Manga, Vila Santa Thereza / Laurent Troost ArchitecturesSelected ProjectsMaragall 310 Building / Bergnes de las CasasSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Carrer de Santa Clara, 11, 17001 Girona, SpainLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Area:  3300 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyApartments, Adaptive Reuse•Girona, Spain “COPY” 2020 Architects: Lagula Arquitectes Area Area of this architecture project Santa Clara Building / Lagula ArquitectesSave this projectSaveSanta Clara Building / Lagula ArquitectesSave this picture!© Adrià Goula+ 25Curated by Clara Ott Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/943693/santa-clara-building-lagula-arquitectes Clipboard ArchDaily Photographs Santa Clara Building / Lagula Arquitectes “COPY” Spain ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/943693/santa-clara-building-lagula-arquitectes Clipboard Apartments Year:  CopyAbout this officeLagula ArquitectesOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsRefurbishmentAdaptive reuseGironaOn FacebookSpainPublished on July 23, 2020Cite: “Santa Clara Building / Lagula Arquitectes” [Edificio Santa Clara / Lagula Arquitectes] 23 Jul 2020. 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[Maradu Flats Demolition] Homebuyers Cannot Be Deprived Of Interim Compensation Merely For Want Of Execution Of Sale Deed: SC

first_imgTop Stories[Maradu Flats Demolition] Homebuyers Cannot Be Deprived Of Interim Compensation Merely For Want Of Execution Of Sale Deed: SC Mehal Jain11 Feb 2021 2:05 AMShare This – xIn connection with the Maradu flat demolition case, the Supreme Court on Tuesday opined that once it has been established that the home buyers have in fact made payments to the two builders, they are also entitled to interim compensation and cannot be deprived merely for the reason that no sale deed has been executed.The bench of Justices Navin Sinha and Krishna Murari was informed by…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?LoginIn connection with the Maradu flat demolition case, the Supreme Court on Tuesday opined that once it has been established that the home buyers have in fact made payments to the two builders, they are also entitled to interim compensation and cannot be deprived merely for the reason that no sale deed has been executed.The bench of Justices Navin Sinha and Krishna Murari was informed by advocate Gaurav Agrawal, Amicus Curiae, that 13 persons have been identified with proof that they had made payment of a total amount of Rs.4,73,50,400/-. Directions were solicited from the Court for payment of interim compensation to them also from the concerned builders i.e. Holy Faith Builders & Developers and Jain Housing & Constructions Ltd. for a sum of Rs.1,11,70,754/- and Rs.3,61,79,646/- respectively.Senior Counsel Mr. V. Chitambaresh, appearing on behalf of two persons also submitted that they are from amongst the 13 persons who have paid full price as home buyers and possession has also been given to them on 01.02.2015 and 20.12.2013, even though only an agreement for sale had been executed and the sale deed has not been registered. He prayed that they should not be excluded from being awarded interim compensation also.”We are of the considered opinion that once it has been established that the aforesaid 13 home buyers have in fact made payments to the two builders, they are also entitled to interim compensation and cannot be deprived merely for the reason that no sale deed had been executed, the facts not being in dispute”, said the bench.The bench clarified that the value of the compensation claimed by these 13 persons, has to be determined without taking into account the proportionate value of the land.It may be recalled that a Committee was constituted, headed by Justice (Retd.) K. Balakrishnan Nair, in order to look after the payment of the amount to each of the flat owners, as well as to work out the actual amount paid.On Tuesday, the bench observed that the Committee while dealing with the claim of home buyers whether the proportionate cost of the land should also be included in the value stated to have been paid to the builder, in the relevant extract, has observed as follows:”We think that this point may be clarified by the Hon’ble Supreme Court – whether we should include the value of land shown to have been paid to the builder and also acknowledged by the builder as having been received, in the amount actually paid by the claimants. In view of the opposition by most of the Flat Owners to receive back today the price of the undivided share of land that they paid 7-12 years ago, we exclude the land value from the amount payable by the builder to the Flat Owners for the time being.”In this behalf, the bench was of the considered opinion that, specially in absence of any consensus amongst the home buyers themselves, with the majority opinion in favour of detaining the lands, the issue cannot be decided in the present proceed- ings. “The aggrieved are at liberty to take appropriate proceedings”, said the bench.The bench clarified that the value paid by a home buyer to the builder, therefore, has to be determined minus the proportionate value of the land.BackgroundThe Supreme Court had in November last year directed the four developers in the Maradu flat demolition case to submit their written submissions pertaining to their proposal to deposit the interim compensation within a period of four weeks. A Bench of Justices RF Nariman, Krishna Murari and Aniruddha Bose heard the matter and warned the developers that this would be the last opportunity to deposit the money or else the Justice Balakrishnan Nair Committee would be empowered to sell the assets of the developers that had been attached. The Apex Court, on being informed by Senior Advocate Gopal Sankaranarayanan that the Committee sought for an amicus as personal attacks had been made against it on affidavit by the developers, appointed Advocate Gaurav Aggarwal to assist the Court and meet the Committee. The mandate of the Committee has also been extended till further orders.In today’s hearing, Justice Nariman issued a stern warning to the developers to place another proposal stipulating concrete methods of paying the compensation, or otherwise to face the course that would be followed by law. “We have read the latest report and it is clear that a balance somehow has to be paid by all of you. All of the assets at this moment stand attached. Keeping Jain apart, so far as the other three builders are concerned, at least two of gave some proposal to the Committee which was rejected.”The Court, after making this observation, also informed the Counsels present that the matter would now be taken up on one date in December and all the Counsels would be allowed to make their submissions, including the Contempt Petitioner. In the previous hearing, the Supreme Court had directed State of Kerala to file an Affidavit within three weeks, outlining the steps they had taken in pursuance of the 23rd September, 2019 order of the Supreme Court.In the 23.09.2019 Order, a Supreme Court Bench comprising of Justices Arun Mishra and S. Ravindra Bhat had noted that State of Kerala had no concrete plan carved out to undertake the demolition.Further, permission had not been obtained from KSCZMA to raise construction and “it is due to such violation and tortuous action, the entire environment is being degraded and coastal zones are being illegally occupied”.The Court further noted that rather than preventing the violations, the authorities were mobilizing public opinion and time had come “to hold them responsible for their active connivance in such activities of degrading the environment and violation of the coastal zone regulations etc”.Accordingly, the State of Kerala was directed to submit a concrete plan to prevent such violations in future and also to take action against the existing violators.”It is also to be put on record as to what course of action they propose against all such existing violators and how many such constructions exist at present in the State of Kerala which are in violation of the notification issued by the Coastal Regulation Zone Authority”.On 27.09.2019, the Supreme Court then directed the State Government to pay, out of its own funds, a sum of Rs. 25 lakhs to each of the flat owners who were being evicted, and that the amount would not be recoverable from the Builder/Promoter/ the persons/officials responsible for raising theClick Here To Download Order[Read Order]Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. 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Lash Joins IBEW Local 300 Staff

first_imgMatt Lash recently joined the staff of the South Burlington-based labor union as the director of marketing and business development. He comes to Local 300 after two years at the Barre Partnership, a nonprofit committed to revitalizing the Granite City’s downtown. A graduate of St. Michael’s College, Lash holds a bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication with a minor in political science.”I am proud to come on board at Local 300. Given my interests, this opportunity is very intriguing to me both personally and professionally,” Lash said. “In addition to my appreciation for thriving businesses, I have always believed in fair compensation for a hard day’s work – a notion the IBEW is wholeheartedly devoted to.”Lash returned to his native Vermont in late 2005 after a stint in New York City, where he most recently worked for Sommerfield Communications, a full-service public relations firm there. Prior to that, he handled the marketing and communications efforts for the events division of Frost & Sullivan, a global growth-consulting firm in Manhattan.”Local 300 is moving in a direction patterned by the IBEW Code of Excellence, which stresses that our membership perform the highest quantity and quality of work, utilize skills and abilities to the maximum, and exercise safe and productive work practices,” said Business Manager George Clain. “Matt’s talents, particularly on the business and communications sides, will help advance these ideals and ensure that our union continues its solid relationship with the business community.”last_img read more

Consumers say mobile apps are worth switching for

first_imgAlthough most consumers are remaining loyal to their financial institution (FI), the reasons cited by those who are switching are changing.According to SNL Financials’ early 2015 survey of nearly 5,000 smartphone users, just 11 percent admitted to changing their primary checking account to a new FI in the previous 12 months. This means 89 percent of consumers are demonstrating some degree of loyalty to their current FI.This was especially apparent for seniors (ages 67 and up) and baby boomers (ages 48 to 66), who switched at a rate of just 4 percent and 6 percent, respectively. Notably, rates were significantly higher for young adults ages 18 to 25 and 26 to 35, who switched at rates of 19 percent and 16 percent, respectively.The survey found consumers are increasingly giving consideration to an FI’s mobile application offering in deciding whether to switch. In fact, 26 percent of those who changed FIs did so in search of an improved mobile app experience. continue reading » 32SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Making cities last

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China warns of racism in Australia, issues travel warning as row escalates

first_imgSince Australian borders are closed to all non-essential inbound and outbound travellers because of the pandemic — with no date set for them to reopen — the advice from Beijing is largely symbolic.Australian Trade Minister Simon Birmingham told the ABC’s Radio National on Monday that there had been racist incidents.”But I think the idea that Australia, in any way, is an unsafe destination for visitors to come to is one that just does not stand up to scrutiny,” he said.The anti-discrimination commission in New South Wales — Australia’s most populous state — said last week that there had been an increase in enquiries related to the pandemic and racism against people of Asian backgrounds.The group said instances included people being bullied for wearing a face mask, spat at and harassed in public on their way to work, while they exercised or at the supermarket.Anti-Discrimination NSW said it had also heard from people who have experienced violent race-related acts like their car window being smashed and racist language written across cars and private property.The relationship between Beijing and Canberra has become increasingly troubled as China has become more assertive in flexing its growing military, economic and diplomatic power in the Asia-Pacific region.In response to calls for an independent inquiry into the origins of the pandemic, the Chinese ambassador in Canberra had threatened a widespread consumer boycott of Australian products — a warning followed up by a bar on imports from four major Australian beef producers.And then in May, China imposed an 80 percent tariff on Australian barley over dumping allegations, a move set to cost at least Aus$500 million (US$350 million) a year, according to five of the nation’s grain growers.An editorial published by the nationalist Chinese state-run Global Times warned the travel alert “may just be the tip of the iceberg”.”If Australia wants to retain the gain from its economic ties with China,” it said, “it must make a real change to its current stance on China, or it will completely lose the benefits of Chinese consumers.” China stepped up the war of words again last week by telling its citizens to avoid the country altogether over safety concerns.”Recently, there has been a lot of discrimination against Chinese and Asian people in Australia,” said foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying at a regular press briefing Monday.”Many Chinese in Australia have been insulted or even injured…[and] graffiti or words with racist connotations against Chinese have appeared in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and other Australian cities.”On Friday, China’s culture and tourism ministry had advised against travel to Australia due to increasing racism linked to the coronavirus. Topics :center_img Beijing warned Monday there has been “a lot of discrimination” against Chinese people in Australia, escalating a diplomatic row just days after telling its citizens not to travel there.Tensions between Australia and China have been mounting on a number of fronts, and Beijing reacted with fury to recent calls for an independent investigation into the origins and spread of the coronavirus pandemic after it first emerged in central China late last year.Read also: Australia, China tensions rise over coronavirus inquiry calllast_img read more

Breaking: Cllr Martin McDermott elected new Cathaoirleach of Inishowen

first_imgFianna Fáil Councillor Martin McDermott has officially been elected as Cathaoirleach for the Municipal District of Inishowen.The Glengad man topped the poll in Inishowen last month with 2,501 first preference votes.He was the first county councillor to be elected to the new Donegal County Council in Inishowen. McDermott takes over the role from Irish Labour Councillor Martin Farren.Following his election last month, McDermott told Donegal Daily: I’m absolutely delighted. It’s a blown-away vote,”“I can’t put into words the support I’ve got. I got great support the last time. To get around 35 per cent of the vote, I can’t put that into words.”Breaking: Cllr Martin McDermott elected new Cathaoirleach of Inishowen was last modified: June 18th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

FFA photo highlights

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Bailey Eberhart National officer Layni LeBlanc talked during the Fourth Session. Sara Sharp recited the FFA Creed at the 2019 State Convention. Houston-UVCC was the top Growing Leaders Chapter Gretchen Lee Felicity-Franklin was the Top Building Communities Chapter Covington-UVCC was the top Strengthening Agriculture Chapter Holly McClay Kalyn Strahley Houston UVCC: Growing Leaders Top Chaper Josh Duncan of the Tri County North Chapter did a welding simulation. Charlie Bauer of the Global Impact Chapter played an intense game of Jenga. Isaiah Stickley of the Global Impact Chapter and Gannon Arnett of the A.B. Graham Chapter played a competitive game of corn hole. Abby Webster of the Global Impact FFA Chapter tested her strength at the Army booth. The 2018-2019 Ohio FFA officers kicked off Session 1. Joel talks with some of the 2019 student reporters. There was a wild lead in to Session 1. Tyler Zimpfer, State Vice President at Large, hypes up members before Session One. Holly McClay is serving as FFA Vice President. Grace Lach helps introduce Session 1. Mallary Caudill, State Sentinel, helps introduce Session 1. Tyler Zimpfer, VP at large New chapters were announced in Session 1. Kolesen McCoy, State President, kicks off Session 1 at the 2019 Ohio FFA Convention. Keynote Speaker, Chris Koch, inspiring thousands of FFA members with his story. Katelyn Hanes of Tri-Village MVCTC sang for her FFA talent. Daniel Lake shops FFA merchandise. Sami Russell and Hannah Brewer got som shopping in. Sydney Meyer from Botkins entertained the crowd with her performance. Hunter Tilton of Clearfork FFA. Chris Koch was born with no arms or legs. He now farms and is a professional speaker. he was the key note speaker for Session 1. Jacob Wuebker, Versailles, Star in Agricultural Placement; Madison Whitt, Ridgewood, Star in Agribusiness; Cody Clark, Zane Trace, Star in Agriscience; and Montgomery Boes, Upper Sandusky, Star Farmer Ohio native Mandy Harvey lost her hearing 10 years ago but dazzled the crowd at Session 2 with her amazing singing. FFA Choir FFA band Sunrise Cooperative is providing a truck for Holly McClay, the new FFA president. After her year as president, the truck will go to a newly hired FFA member at Sunrise. Sunrise Cooperative is providing a truck for Holly McClay, the new FFA president. After her year as president, the truck will go to a newly hired FFA member at Sunrise. President Kolesen McCoy had an important message in his retiring address.last_img read more

MISC Berhad Earns Less in 4th Quarter

first_imgzoom Malaysia International Shipping Corporation Berhad (MISC Berhad) has seen its group profit for the fourth quarter of 2016 plunge by 33 percent mainly due to lower operating profit from LNG, petroleum and heavy engineering business segments.The company’s net profit for the quarter ended December 31 stood at MYR 499,742, down from MYR 752,389 seen in the same quarter a year earlier, while group revenue slipped by 24 percent to MYR 2.5 billion, compared to the corresponding quarter’s revenue of MYR 3.3 billion. The decrease in revenue was mainly due to lower revenue in two business segments, namely, heavy engineering and LNG.Operating profit of MYR 666.6 million was lower than the profit of MYR 1 billion seen in the same quarter a year earlier, mainly driven by lower revenue and higher depreciation by MYR 118.7 million, following the change in estimated useful life of LNG and Petroleum vessels beginning January 2016.For the full year 2016, MISC Berhad reported a net profit of MYR 2.7 billion, up from MYR 2.5 billion seen in the previous year, while group revenue decreased by 12 percent to MYR 9.5 billion from MYR 10.9 billion recorded in the respective periods.“The year 2016 saw the global shipping industry undergoing another volatile year where businesses across the Oil & Gas supply chain suffered under very difficult market conditions. Despite the prevailing challenges in 2016, MISC once again proved its resilience by turning in commendable financial and operational performances,” Yee Yang Chien, MISC President/Group Chief Executive Officer, said.He added that MISC Berhad expects “no less than another challenging year ahead.”*MYR 1 = USD 0.22last_img read more