ArchDaily Projects “COPY” Costa Rica Architects: Studio Saxe Area Area of this architecture project Photographs Save this picture!© Roberto D’Ambrosio+ 32Curated by Paula Pintos Share The Atrium House / Studio SaxeSave this projectSaveThe Atrium House / Studio Saxe Area: 756 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyHouses•Nosara, Costa Rica ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/952067/the-atrium-house-studio-saxe Clipboard Photographs: Roberto D’AmbrosioDesign Director:Benjamin G. SaxeBuilder:JIMACOStructural Engineer:Sotela Alfaro Ltda.Electromechanical Engineer:Dynamo StudioLandscape:Vida Design StudioCity:NosaraCountry:Costa RicaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Roberto D’AmbrosioRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERWood-based materials in EGGER HeadquartersBlinds / Mosquito Nets / CurtainsBANDALUXConcealed Blind System – One-BoxDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineText description provided by the architects. Eco-conscious family business Andaluz commissioned Studio Saxe to create experiences around architectural designs that harness the power of the environment to create life-changing experiences.Save this picture!© Roberto D’AmbrosioConcept. The Andaluz brand is all about meaningful and real experiences that combine comfortable human habitation with a deep connection to the surrounding landscape. A series of homes were carefully placed around existing trees on a hilltop which brings in ocean and jungle views whilst creating a sense of comfort and security for the inhabitants. Save this picture!© Roberto D’AmbrosioDesign. The Atrium House is poised elegantly on a hilltop overlooking the Pacific Ocean on one side and amazing mountain views on the other. A distinct vertical atrium joins all floors and creates passive cooling for comfort with minimal energy consumption. The main living space on the top floor floats above the tree line creating a high level of privacy and intimate connection to the views. A second social area on the ground floor enjoys a pool integrated with surrounding palms and a BBQ area which is ideal for gatherings. Save this picture!© Roberto D’AmbrosioThe Andaluz Brand is known for its durable and long-lasting construction methods as well as high-quality materials. All these factors come together seamlessly to enhance the experience of the inhabitants and to create longevity which is focused on low maintenance and a high level of comfort. Save this picture!© Roberto D’AmbrosioSave this picture!Save this picture!© Roberto D’AmbrosioSustainability. Every home is designed with a high level of bioclimatic design through the understanding of natural phenomena such as wind, sun, and geological aspects to be able to protect and integrate the homes where necessary and open up and close were needed to create comfort without the use of energy. Both Studio Saxe and Andaluz believe that beauty and experience are intrinsic forms of sustainability that enhance the human experience and will last through the times.Save this picture!© Roberto D’AmbrosioProject gallerySee allShow lessHow to Start a New Project in RevitArticlesCote Rocheuse Winery / Severin ProjectSelected Projects Share The Atrium House / Studio Saxe “COPY” Year: 2019 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/952067/the-atrium-house-studio-saxe Clipboard Houses CopyAbout this officeStudio SaxeOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesNosaraOn FacebookCosta RicaPublished on November 26, 2020Cite: “The Atrium House / Studio Saxe” 26 Nov 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
On July 26, 1953, revolutionaries stormed the Moncada Barracks in Santiago, Cuba. Less than six years later, Fidel and his guerrillas ousted the U.S.-backed Batista dictatorship, marching into Havana during the first days of January 1959.That same year, Workers World newspaper began to publish. After years of anti-communist reaction, the Cuban Revolution helped revive interest in revolutionary socialism in the U.S. It found an eager supporter in this newspaper. The more outrageous the anti-Cuba propaganda of the big business press, the harder Workers World fought to tell the truth about this great victory over U.S. imperialism.When, on Jan. 3, 1961, the U.S. announced to the United Nations that Washington was breaking diplomatic relations with Cuba, Workers World’s first editor, Vince Copeland, led a protest inside the U.N. chamber. His booming voice could be heard on WNYC radio shouting that Ambassador James Wadsworth “speaks for the bankers, not the people.”Anti-Cuba propaganda turned into sabotage and an outright CIA-directed invasion that April. Workers World closely covered the efforts of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, the Committee to Defend Francisco Molina and other organizations in solidarity with the Cuban people. And when the Kennedy administration threatened a nuclear attack in 1962, Workers World’s front page demanded “Hands off Cuba!”Cuban troops helped liberate Angola from racist colonial rule. Tens of thousands of Cuban medical workers have gone to Africa, Latin America and Haiti to fight disease. Cuba even offered to send doctors to U.S. regions shattered by Hurricane Katrina. But Washington said “no.”In the early 1990s, Cuba endured great economic hardship after the USSR fell and the U.S. tightened its blockade of the socialist island. Workers World helped build the Peace for Cuba International Appeal, which brought thousands to New York City’s Javits Center in January 1992, calling for an end to the blockade, the travel ban and all intervention against Cuba.The brutal blockade has failed to overturn the Cuban Revolution. Now Washington is discussing normalizing diplomatic relations with Havana. Workers World supports Cuba’s precondition that the U.S. close its illegal base at Guantánamo and the torture prison there and return Guantánamo to the Cuban people.Assata Shakur, an African-American freedom fighter, has lived in exile in Cuba for 31 years. Washington wants her sent back to the racist hellholes of mass incarceration here. We support Cuba’s insistence that its sovereignty be respected, including the right to give shelter to those fleeing repression.Our readers are familiar with Workers World’s support for the IFCO/Pastors for Peace caravans that carry medical and other essential supplies to the island and the yearly Venceremos Brigades. You know our role in the campaign to free the Cuban 5 heroes.We hope you will help us keep up this tradition of standing firmly with Cuba and its people. Donations from our supporters have been a big factor in getting our pro-Cuba writings in print, distributed and posted online at workers.org.We invite you to donate to the Workers World Fund Drive, our biannual fundraising campaign. Send checks to Workers World, 147 W. 24th St., 2nd floor, New York, NY 10011, with your name and address. Indicate for “Fund Drive.”Also, please join the 38-year-old WW Supporter Program and make a regular donation, no matter how modest. Go to workers.org/donate/ or send checks to the above address; write “For WWSP.”We appreciate your help in growing the revolutionary media in the U.S.Photo: Taken by the legendary Cuban photographer Alberto Korda on May 1, 1960 — barely a year after the triumph of the Cuban Revolution.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
In order to bypass journalists, Hong Kong Chief Executive launches her own talk show on public television May 16, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Epoch Times manages to negotiate a deal with a printer The Hong Kong-based independent daily Epoch Times will continue publishing. Reporters Without Borders said it welcomed the news with relief. A contract signed with a printer at the eleventh hour will allow the newspaper to continue to appear for the time being. But Epoch Times is still looking for a way to ensure its long-term survival.________________________________________________________________________12-05-2005Epoch Times independent daily to stop publishing for lack of printerReporters Without Borders today voiced “unreserved support” for the independent Hong Kong daily, the Epoch Times, which has just announced that it will be forced to stop publishing on 14 May because it has been unable to find a new printing house.The newspaper is well known for criticizing the authorities of the People’s Republic of China, especially for human rights violations, and an independent voice will have been silenced when it disappears from the news stands, the press freedom organization said.The company that has been printing the newspaper for more than a year recently announced that it was terminating its contract without giving any explanation. Reached by telephone, Epoch Times editor Cheryl Ng told Reporters Without Borders she is convinced political pressure was brought to bear on the printer by the Chinese authorities.The pressure was apparently applied shortly after the newspaper brought out a special issue in November with a print run of 1 million copies containing a series of critical editorials about the ruling Chinese Communist Party entitled the “Nine Commentaries.”The newspaper tried in vain to find a new printer for the past two months. Some companies refused outright to work with the Epoch Times, while others demonstrated their lack of interest by demanding extremely high rates.The Hong Kong edition of the Epoch Times has flourished since its creation four years ago. It appears five times a week and is distributed free of charge. Hong Kong: RSF appeals to the UN to act for the release of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai May 26, 2021 Find out more Hong KongAsia – Pacific Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK): Patrick Li, Director of Broadcasting or political commissar? Help by sharing this information May 28, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts News News News Follow the news on Hong Kong Organisation RSF_en April 29, 2021 Find out more to go further Hong KongAsia – Pacific News
Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleMan dies in hospital after Dungloe fallNext articleKenny and Doherty clash on mortgage crisis response News Highland Google+ Figures published by the Road Safety Authority show the Donegal is one of the best performing counties in the country when it comes to reducing road deaths, with a 70% fall between 2007 and 2012.Over the five years, Leitrim, Laois, Kildare, Monaghan and Clare showed the biggest reduction in road deaths. Cavan was the only county to record an increase in the level of fatalities.RSA Chief Executive Noel Brett says the reduction in road deaths in nearly every county in Ireland shows just what can be achieved when communities come together and say, ‘enough is enough’. By News Highland – January 30, 2013 Google+ Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North News Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp 70% fall in Donegal road deaths since 2007 Twitter 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
Top StoriesSC Asks Centre To File New Affidavit On Modalities of Refund of Air Tickets To Passengers and Travel Agents Press Trust of India23 Sep 2020 6:22 AMShare This – xA bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and M R Shah said that it is only concerned with refund and non-refund of money for tickets booked during the lockdown period.It was hearing a plea which has raised the issue of air tickets refund owing to cancellation of flights due to COVID-19 induced lockdown which had commenced from March 25.Senior advocate Sanjay Hegde, appearing for…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?LoginA bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and M R Shah said that it is only concerned with refund and non-refund of money for tickets booked during the lockdown period.It was hearing a plea which has raised the issue of air tickets refund owing to cancellation of flights due to COVID-19 induced lockdown which had commenced from March 25.Senior advocate Sanjay Hegde, appearing for NGO Pravasi Legal Cell’, said that if one books tickets in airlines like Air India, Indigo etc and fly out of India then the affidavit filed by Director General Civil Aviation (DGCA) is applicable.He said that the DGCA should also cover people for refund, who have booked flights on these carriers to come back to India like in the Gulf Countries and therefore the issue needs to be sorted.Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for Ministry of Civil Aviation and DGCA, said that the government has taken a decision of refund keeping in mind the welfare of all and an appropriate solution has been worked out.Mehta said that a holistic view has been taken keeping in mind the interests of passengers and the airlines.The bench asked the Solicitor General that suppose prior to one day before the lockdown, a passenger has booked a flight ticket for travel during the period of lockdown, then what about his refund.Mehta replied that he would not get the refund immediately.The bench then asked Mehta what happened to the refunds of a travel agent, who has already paid to the airlines for the tickets booked.You say passenger will get a credit shell, here in case of travel agents what would happen if passenger is yet to pay for the ticket booked? , the bench told Mehta.Senior advocate Pinaki Misra, appearing for Air Vistara and AirAsia, said that usually travel agents deposit with airlines a corpus of Rupees one crores and its balance keeps coming down with the issuance of each ticket.He said that if the passenger has not yet paid for the ticket, then the corpus amount of travel agent will get reimbursed.Mehta said that under the prevailing circumstances this is the best solution which the government could arrive at keeping in mind the interest of all stake holders including the passengers and the Airlines.The circumstances are such that this is the best which the government can do, he said, adding that if some individuals have a problem then we cannot do anything as this is an exceptional situation and someone may have to bear the brunt .Misra said that DGCAs approach is one size glove fits all and the aviation regulator cannot say you must refund.If passengers accept my offer voluntarily then how can I be compelled to pay a refund? I can’t pay nine per cent interest on the refund amount, he said, adding that if this continues, then airlines may need a moratorium.Senior advocate C A Sundaram, appearing for Passengers Association, said that there is no question of entitlement of moratorium as this is the case of individual refunds.Senior advocate Arvind Dattar, appearing for some Airlines, said that it is a question of collapse of airlines which will close down otherwise and it is also a question of 30,000 to 40,000 employees working in these companies.Senior advocate Pallav Sisodia, appearing for travel agents federation, said that often the booking of tickets is only a part of the large bookings including hotels, food, etc and its part of a large trade channel.If the money is not refunded to us then there will be numerous insolvencies. We will refund the amount to the passenger and if we don’t refund then we can’t work, he added.The bench, while discussing various refund modalities and circumstances, asked Mehta if a ticket is booked through travel agent then can the refund voucher be not given to them?The top court gave another scenario and said that if a travel agent books a ticket for a passenger and if refund is granted to the passenger then what happens to the agent.It asked Mehta suppose a passenger has a refund voucher and he has not paid to an agent, then whether that voucher will only fetch a ticket from the same agent.Mehta said he will file a better affidavit with regard to the modalities of refund of tickets booked for flights which were cancelled as the instant affidavit is poorly drafted on this aspect.On September 9, the top court had asked the Centre to clarify whether it is willing to give complete refund of air tickets booked for travel during the COVID-19 lockdown.The DGCA, in its affidavit said that full refund shall be provided by airlines immediately for tickets booked during the COVID-19 lockdown for domestic or international travel within the lockdown period.It had said if airlines are not able to refund on account of financial distress, they shall provide a credit shell equal to the amount of fare collected and this shall be issued in the name of the passenger who has booked the ticket for domestic travel directly or through an agent including online platforms.Next Story
Top StoriesRajiv Gandhi Assassination Case : President Competent Authority To Decide Perarivalan’s Pardon, Says Tamil Nadu Governor Srishti Ojha4 Feb 2021 8:32 AMShare This – xThe Centre on Thursday informed the Supreme Court that the Tamil Nadu Governor has proposed that the President of India is the competent authority to deal the request of remission of sentence in case of AG Perarivalan, the convict in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case The Ministry of Home Affairs has submitted an affidavit stating that the Tamil Nadu Governor, after considering facts…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 Centre on Thursday informed the Supreme Court that the Tamil Nadu Governor has proposed that the President of India is the competent authority to deal the request of remission of sentence in case of AG Perarivalan, the convict in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case The Ministry of Home Affairs has submitted an affidavit stating that the Tamil Nadu Governor, after considering facts and circumstances of the case, recorded that the President would be the competent authority and the Central Government will process the proposal in accordance with the law. The affidavit filed by the Home Ministry on behalf of the Government has been filed in pursuance of the Supreme Court’s order dated 22nd January 2021, whereby it had asked the Governor to decide the petitioner’s application for remission. The order was passed after SG Tushar Mehta had informed the Supreme Court that the Tamil Nadu Governor will decide, “as per the Constitution”, on the remission of the sentence in exercise of his discretionary power under Article 161 within the next 3-4 days. The bench headed by Justice L. Nageswara Rao was hearing the petition filed by Perarivalan seeking release from the prison based on the recommendation made by the State Government in September 2018. The bench had earlier expressed unhappiness over the fact that the recommendation made by the Tamil Nadu state government for the remission of the sentence had been pending before the Governor for over two years. In 2014, the Supreme Court had commuted Perarivalan’s death sentence to life imprisonment citing the long pendency of his mercy petition. On January 21, SG Mehta had submitted that he had received instructions to submit that the Governor of the State of Tamil Nadu will decide the issue as per the Constitution within the next 3-4 days.Interestingly, the ASG K. M. Nataraj, had submitted that it is the President under Article 72 and not the Governor under Article 161 who is competent to grant pardon/remission. The writ petition was filed by Perarivalan, who was in death row for over two decades, aggrieved with the inaction of the Governor to decide on the recommendation made by the Tamil Nadu government in September 2018 to grant him pardon. In 2014, the Supreme Court had commuted the death penalty to Perarivalan and two others to life imprisonment on account of long pendency of his mercy plea. Click Here To Download Affidavit[Read Affidavit]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
Homepage BannerNews All roads on council’s Gritting Programme will be treated tonight By News Highland – November 15, 2019 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Pinterest WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Pinterest Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th DL Debate – 24/05/21 Twitter Donegal County Council has confirmed all roads on its gritting programme will be treated from 5pm this evening.Questions were asked at the lack of gritters last night after freezing conditions posed serious problems for motorists and this morning.The council says the extent of last night’s freeze was not forecast, and therefore gritting vehicles were not deployed until this morning. Previous articleDonegal student shadowing Taoiseach for the dayNext articleCoastguard withdraws in-shore rescue boats for safety reasons News Highland Google+ Facebook Facebook
WNEP(BLUE MOUNTAIN, Penn.) — The Pennsylvania school district superintendent who discussed arming teachers with rocks last week is now stepping up school security. The security will be armed with guns.Blue Mountain School District superintendent David Helsel commented last week that the district would be arming teachers with a 5-gallon bucket of landscaping stones in each classroom. The quotes immediately brought criticism — and ridicule — over the practicality of students and teachers being faced with having to hurl rocks at an armed attacker.The school district announced on Sunday that beginning this week there will be increased security at schools due to the media attention the comments received.“This attention was due to social media posts that took comments out of context and misrepresented our actual planned response to armed intruders (particularly with the planned use of stones),” a Facebook post from the school district said. “This unfortunate circumstance has increased our concern regarding the possibility that something may happen because of the media attention. Starting tomorrow and into the near future, we have arranged for additional armed security for our buildings.”Helsel initially made the comments about arming schools with rocks in a state House Education Committee last week in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He didn’t deny the move when speaking to ABC News last week, however.“We’ve been trying to be proactive just in case,” the superintendent told ABC News last week.“We wanted to provide some type of last response to an intruder rather than crawling under a desk and getting shot,” Helsel said.Helsel said the rocks would be a last-ditch measure and that it “was better than doing nothing.” He also said the plan was first implemented last fall.Arming teachers with guns has increasingly entered into the public debate following the Feb. 14 shooting in Parkland, Florida, which killed 17 students and teachers. President Donald Trump has repeatedly advocated teachers being armed as a possible solution to combat mass shootings.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
August 16, 2018 /Sports News – National Parents of University of Maryland football player who died call for firing of head coach Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailABC News(COLLEGE PARK, Md.) — The parents of the college football player who died after a grueling practice are calling for the firing of the head coach.Jordan McNair, a 19-year-old offensive lineman for the University of Maryland’s Terrapins football team, collapsed during an outdoor workout on May 29. The scholar-athlete died on June 13 from complications related to extreme exhaustion and heatstroke, school officials said.University of Maryland athletic director Damon Evans told reporters at a press conference Tuesday that preliminary findings indicate McNair didn’t receive appropriate medical care, best practices were not followed and mistakes were made by the athletic training staff. University of Maryland president Wallace Loh said the school accepts “legal and moral responsibility” for the mistakes.Loh said an external sports medicine and athletic training expert is conducting a “comprehensive review” of the circumstances in McNair’s death, as well as of the policies and protocols followed by the school’s certified athletic trainers in preventing, recognizing, and treating heat-related illness. The full report, which will be made public, is expected to be completed by mid-September, according to Loh.Rick Court, the strength and conditioning coach, was placed on leave Aug. 12 and turned in a letter of resignation a day later. Wes Robinson, the head football trainer, and Steve Nordwall, director of athletic training, were placed on administrative leave Aug. 10.DJ Durkin, the head football coach, was placed on paid administrative leave Aug. 11 as the school investigates McNair’s death and allegations of abuse and disparagement in the program, ESPN reported.Durkin, Robinson and Nordwall did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.For their part, McNair’s parents said Durkin should be fired immediately.“He shouldn’t be able to work with anybody else’s kids,” his father, Martin McNair, said in an interview Thursday on ABC’s “Good Morning America” with co-anchor Michael Strahan. “I’m giving my child to you, keep them safe, and they did anything but that, so of course he should be fired.”The grieving parents were shocked when they first got the call that their son was in the hospital. He was a four-star recruit from McDonough School’s class of 2017 in Owings Mills, Maryland.“This was the first time he’s been in the hospital since he was born. Never missed a practice, worked hard every day at all games, never missed a game,” Martin McNair said. “So initially, it was kind of hard to understand or wrap my mind around.”“Jordan was the type of person that he would give his all, he would give his best because someone asked him to do something. He wouldn’t have stopped,” his mother, Tonya Wilson, said.The parents’ lawyer, Hassan Murphy, said “there’s no doubt” there was a “toxic culture” within the school’s football program.“The toxic culture is what led to them to push Jordan beyond what his body could tolerate. It pushed them to look at him as being exhausted and out of shape, to curse at him as he was literally failing. That’s toxic,” Hassan said on “GMA” Thursday morning.In their son’s honor, McNair’s parents have set up the Jordan McNair Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to “promote awareness, educate, and advocate for parents and student-athletes about heat-related illness at the youth, high school, and collegiate levels.”“This particular injury isn’t something that just happened to Jordan; it happens all the time,” Martin McNair said. “This is our opportunity to speak for all the parents that haven’t had access to a forum such as this.”Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund