Area: 65 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects ArchDaily Photographs: Nuno Almendra Apartments Artur Lamas Apartment / Verum Atelier 2019 Rui Jesus, Bárbara Gil Architects: Verum Atelier Area Area of this architecture project City:LisbonCountry:PortugalMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Nuno AlmendraRecommended ProductsFaucetsDornbrachtBathroom Fittings – TARAFaucetsAXORBathroom Collection – AXOR MontreuxWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaText description provided by the architects. In a historic neighborhood of Lisbon, Artur Lamas is a 65 square meters apartment in Belém rehabilitation project. The project was designed with the aim of making the existing gloomy and tight space into a pleasurable apartment, that would allow its profitability through short-term lease. The architectural solutions developed in this project are the result of the study of the building and its features, as well as the possibility to take advantage of the east patio. Another major factor was the requirement to make a more salubrious space offering all the housing qualities in addition to re-building all existing infrastructures given the dilapidated state of the apartment. Firstly, there was a need to reinforce and requalify the existing roof, enabling the increase of the height and consequently the tearing of openings for natural light and air circulation.Save this picture!© Nuno AlmendraSave this picture!Proposal planSave this picture!© Nuno AlmendraWith only natural light coming from the east and being a very narrow space, it was designed to be as open as possible by just having partition walls in spaces that need to be private. Thereby, natural light sweeps almost entirely the space increasing the spatial quality and the apartment experience. The spans were all redesigned on a very generous scale letting the sunlight in, but also creating several shadows resulting from the incidence of light on the exterior landscaping. Save this picture!© Nuno AlmendraThe microcement floor creates homogeneity while the winding line that divides the social and the private area is a guide that smooths the way to explore the space. In its turn, the predominance of white consolidates this homogeneity which is only broken by the introduction of wooden carpentry and by the Guatemala-green natural stone that grants simplicity and nobleness to the space. The project was designed to explore the entire apartment space in various ways, right from the bed position over a large trapdoor for storage and with integrated bedside tables. The nook nearby the kitchen offers not only a place to rest but also an interaction with the food preparation space.Save this picture!© Nuno AlmendraThe kitchen countertop extends to a table which can be used for meals or as a work-table. Next to the spans that divides the apartment and the patio there is a generous parapet that invites leisure and reading moments. The patio receives the morning light that invades the great adjoining gaps. It has the same tone and flooring as the interior space in order to extend it and to intensify the interior and exterior spatial relationship. Save this picture!© Nuno AlmendraAlthough the project is completely transformative, it sought to give contemporaneity to the apartment in a simple way and by using neutral yet sophisticated materials, combined with the new volume that extends to the patio, exploring and developing new ways of living the space. So, the present is built without a rupture with the past.Save this picture!© Nuno AlmendraSave this picture!© Nuno AlmendraProject gallerySee allShow lessSesom Villa / Jaime Prous ArchitectsSelected ProjectsHuellas House / cumuloLimbo studioSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Lisbon, PortugalLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Lead Architects: Photographs CopyApartments, Renovation, Interior Design•Lisbon, Portugal “COPY” “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/943050/apartamento-artur-lamas-verum-atelier Clipboard Portugal Artur Lamas Apartment / Verum AtelierSave this projectSaveArtur Lamas Apartment / Verum AtelierSave this picture!© Nuno Almendra+ 22Curated by Matheus Pereira Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/943050/apartamento-artur-lamas-verum-atelier Clipboard Year: CopyAbout this officeVerum AtelierOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsRefurbishmentRenovationInterior DesignRenovationLisbonPortugalPublished on July 07, 2020Cite: “Artur Lamas Apartment / Verum Atelier” [Apartamento Artur Lamas / Verum Atelier] 07 Jul 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
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NewsMan jailed over false imprisonment of Limerick Good SamaritanBy Staff Reporter – November 1, 2016 649 WhatsApp Linkedin Facebook Previous articleShot Limerick Garda facing assault chargesNext articleGAA – Limerick Hurling panel announced Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Limerick Circuit CourtA GOOD Samaritan neighbour who confronted three burglars was locked in a cupboard while they raided a house, a Limerick court has heard.The evidence was heard at Limerick Circuit Court during the sentencing hearing of Martin Ward who had pleaded guilty to false imprisonment at Singland Road on February 23, 2014Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The 26-year-old, who is currently serving prison sentence, was one of three men who were raiding a house when a neighbour noticed them. The 63-year-old victim, who arrived at the property with his dog, saw two men leaving a bedroom with a number of items.Detective Garda Healy said that as the 63-year-old confronted them, one of the men threw something at his dog causing him injury.The victim was then pushed and punched during an assault before he was locked in to a compartment area under the stairs of his neighbour’s house. Limerick Circuit Court heard that the victim’s wife rang their son as she grew very concerned for the 63-year-old’s welfare.The three men left the house and went to a nearby petrol station before the man was freed from the house by his son.When he was arrested, Ward, a native of Galway with seven sisters and five brothers, gave gardai a false name which made their investigations difficult as there was no DNA or forensics linking him to the incident. In a victim impact statement, Judge O’Donnell noted that the 63-year-old, although having recovered from his physical injuries, suffered extreme psychological distress.“It was an appalling incident which damaged his self-confidence”, Judge O’Donnell said. In his judgement, Judge O’Donnell noted that the accused lived a “transient lifestyle and was subjected to child abuse at an early age.”With 69 previous convictions, the majority of which are for robbery, burglary and road traffic offences, Judge O’Donnell said that this particularly “bad record” had to be considered as an aggravating factor“This was clearly a very frightening experience which was psychologically disturbing. A man was locked under the stairs and violence used against him”.“This is a serious case and must have serious consequences”, Judge O’Donnell said as he jailed the 26-year-old for three years and 6 months which he backdated to April 15 last when he first went in to custody. Advertisement Twitter Print
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Chhattisgarh HC Permits Private Schools To Collect Tution Fees; Directs Evolution Of Mechanism To Provide Study Materials To Students Who Do Not Have Access To Online Classes [Read Order]
News UpdatesChhattisgarh HC Permits Private Schools To Collect Tution Fees; Directs Evolution Of Mechanism To Provide Study Materials To Students Who Do Not Have Access To Online Classes [Read Order] Akshita Saxena28 July 2020 3:39 AMShare This – xThe Chhattisgarh High Court has quashed the government orders prohibiting private unaided schools from collecting tuition fees from its students or recovering outstanding dues. The bench of Justice P. Sam Koshy has made it clear that the State cannot issue such “blanket orders” precluding private schools from collecting fees, as it would “adversely affect their right to…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 Chhattisgarh High Court has quashed the government orders prohibiting private unaided schools from collecting tuition fees from its students or recovering outstanding dues. The bench of Justice P. Sam Koshy has made it clear that the State cannot issue such “blanket orders” precluding private schools from collecting fees, as it would “adversely affect their right to carry any occupation, trade or business guaranteed under Article 19 of the Constitution of India.” The Court has permitted all the schools associated with the Petitioner-society, Bilaspur Private School Management Association Society, to collect tuition fees from their students, including the outstanding fees of the previous academic session. This order is however made subject to the following conditions: It is expected that the educational institutions will not enhance or revise their tuition fees as of now until the situation normalizes and improves; Tuition fees must be the same that was charged for the previous academic session. The respective schools shall permit payment of fees monthly, bimonthly or quarterly whichever is convenient to the parents and with all options also open for the parents.Until the situation normalizes, the schools must ensure that they would collect only tuition fees and not any other fees in addition to the tuition fees.No institution shall be permitted to withhold the salary part nor shall the schools reduce the salary of any of their existing staff from what these staff were drawing prior to the lockdown period. The order has been passed in suit with the observations made by the High Courts of Delhi, Punjab & Haryana and Kerala, permitting educational institutions to collect tution fees, in order to meet their infrastructural expenses and run online classes. School Fee Waiver Amid Lockdown : How Various High Courts Dealt With The Issue? The bench proceeded to observe that it is important to permit collection of tution fee not only to enable these institutions to meet their daily expenses but also to enable them to take preventive measures, such as sanitization of premises, maintaining distance between the students while attending classes, etc. upon re-opening. “Expecting the educational institutions to undertake all such requirement and formalities and also ensuring all such safety measures without collecting fees whatsoever from the students does not in the opinion of this court seems to be justified, nor is it logical under any circumstances,” the bench remarked. The bench agreed that that there may be some individual cases where a parent is not in a position to pay the fees for his/her ward. To remedy such cases, the Court has directed the Schools to evolve some mechanism to cater to exceptional situations where a parent is not able to pay the fees for some genuine reasons. “It is directed that in the event if any of the parent is facing any acute financial crisis whereby there being no means whatsoever to pay the school fees, let such parent/parents approach the respective school authorities, who in turn shall consider the same and if required can also get it duly verified or scrutinized on their own asking the parent to provide such necessary informations with which it could be assessed, whether he is in a position to pay the fees or not, by seeking such information like financial status of the parents, the income details of the parents so also the assets in the name of the parents etc. and thereafter pass a suitable order,” the bench directed. So far as proper access to online classes is concerned, the Schools have been directed to evolve and develop a mechanism to ensure that online education facilities reach to every student in the school. “In a given situation where a candidate is not in a position to have an access to the online education facility, the institutions should evolve a system of providing such study materials to the students with which the students can continue with his/her studies uninterrupted,” the bench suggested. Case Details: Case Title: Bilaspur Private School Management Association Society v. State of Chhattisgarh & Ors. Case No.: WP (C) No. 1040/2020 Quorum: Justice P. Sam Koshy Appearance: Advocate Ashish Shrivastava (for Petitioner); Addl. Advocate General Vivek Ranjan Tiwari (for State); Advocates Kshitiz Sharma, Anand Mohan Tiwari and Abhijeet Sarkar (for Interveners) Click Here To Download Order Read Order Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
Previous Article Next Article Asthmatic worker exposed to smoke is awarded £17kOn 21 Oct 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. An asthmatic has been awarded £17,000 after her former boss failed to stopsmoking in front of her at work. Karen Whitehead, 34, was employed at the Grandby Island Community Centre inPlymouth for just 45 days, but because she was registered as disabled, she wasable to sue for unfair dismissal after being sacked for taking 16 days offsick. Whitehead complained about the smoky atmosphere and was moved to anon-smoking reception, but her employers failed to enforce the no smoking rule.An employment tribunal ruled that Whitehead was discriminated against underthe Disability Discrimination Act 1995. The centre plans to appeal. The ruling follows EC plans to draft new legislation that would stop smokingat work. As reported in Personnel Today (9 September), a complete ban onsmoking in the workplace is closer to reality after the European commissionerfor health, David Byrne, said he intends to introduce Europe-wide legislation. Comments are closed.
Message* Share via Shortlink The second-priciest listing was a townhouse at 113 Boerum Place that was last asking $4.5 million, or $1,668 per square foot. The four-story, 2,696-square-foot Boerum Hill homes was built in 1920 and has four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a home office and an excavated cellar and recreation space.The median asking price for all properties was about $2.55 million, with an average price per square foot of $1,335. The average discount dropped to zero percent, down from three percent the week before.Contact Cordilia James Email Address* Full Name* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink CORRECTION: This story previously misstated the address of the Boerum Hill townhouse. This Brooklyn Heights home went into contract at $2,184 per square foot. (Compass)UPDATED, April, 14, 2021, 10:52 a.m.: After a slightly slower week, Brooklyn’s luxury real estate market got a boost — driven, in part, by one pricey property going into contract.Thirty contracts were signed last week for properties asking $2 million or more, with a total sales volume of $92.7 million. That’s up from 22 deals totaling $64 million the week before. Townhouses claimed the most expensive spots on the list, but more condos went into contract: There were 16 conjdo deals, 13 townhouse deals and just one co-op deal.The most expensive property to go into contract was a five-bedroom, seven-bathroom townhouse at 271 Hicks Street in Brooklyn Heights. The 6,354-square-foot home was last asking $13.88 million, or $2,184 per square foot. It dates back to the 19th century but was recently renovated to conform to passive house standards, with triple-pane windows and fresh filtered air, among other eco-friendly perks.ADVERTISEMENTRead moreBrooklyn’s luxury market cooled last week Brooklyn sees huge boom in luxury contracts signed Brooklyn luxury condo contracts catch up to townhouses Tags brooklyncompassLuxury Real EstateNYC Luxury MarketResidential Real Estate
Early spawning of Antarctic krill in the Scotia Sea is fuelled by “superfluous” feeding on non-ice associated phytoplankton blooms
The spawning success of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) is generally assumed to depend on substantial winter sea ice extent, as ice biota can serve as a food source during winter/spring and the seasonal ice melt conditions the upper water column for extensive phytoplankton blooms. However, direct observations during spring are rare. Here we studied krill body condition and maturity stage in relation to feeding (i.e. stomach fullness, diet, absorption of individual fatty acids and defecation rate) across the Scotia Sea in November 2006. The phytoplankton concentrations were low at the marginal ice zone (MIZ) in the southern Scotia Sea (Stn. 1, 2, and 3), high in open waters of the Southern Antarctic Circumpolar Current Front (SACCF) in the central Scotia Sea (Stn. 5), and moderate further north (Stn. 6 and 7). Krill had low lipid reserves (∼6.5% of dry mass, DM), low mass:length ratios (∼1.7 mg DM mm−1), and small digestive glands (∼7% of total DM) near the ice edge. The stomachs contained lithogenic particles, diatom debris, and bacterial fatty acids, but low proportions of diatom-indicating fatty acids, which suggest that these krill were feeding on detritus rather than on fresh ice algae. In the SACCF, krill had higher lipid reserves (∼10% of DM), high mass:length ratios (∼2.2 mg DM mm−1), and large digestive glands (∼16% of total DM). Stomach content and tissue composition indicate feeding on diatoms. In the north, moderate food concentrations co-occurred with low lipid reserves in krill, and moderate mass:length ratios and digestive gland sizes. Only in the phytoplankton bloom in the SACCF had the mating season already started and some females were about to spawn. Based on the way krill processed their food at the different stations, we indicate two mechanisms that can lead to fast regeneration of body reserves and oocyte maturation in E. superba. One is “superfluous” feeding at high food concentrations, which maximises the overall nutrient gain. The other is a preferential absorption of crucial fatty acids: 20:5(n−3) and 22:6(n−3) when regaining body condition after the winter, and 14:0 and 16:1(n−7) during accumulation of oocyte yolk. Multi-year time series of phytoplankton distribution show that an early spring bloom, as found in 2006, is not unusual for the central Scotia Sea and coincides with high krill larval concentrations in this area. In conclusion, the Scotia Sea is a main spawning ground of Antarctic krill and this is linked to phytoplankton blooms in open waters of the SACCF rather than to ice edge blooms.