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  • Lateral House / Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects GRCA

    first_img Projects India ArchDaily “COPY” Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/419780/lateral-house-gaurav-roy-choudhury Clipboard Save this picture!© Tina Nandi+ 24 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/419780/lateral-house-gaurav-roy-choudhury Clipboard Architects: Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects GRCA Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Bangalore, India Lateral House / Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects GRCASave this projectSaveLateral House / Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects GRCA Area:  3600 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs:  Tina NandiSave this picture!© Tina NandiText description provided by the architects. Lateral House is located in a Bangalore and has been built for a young family, which looked to me for something pure. The brief however had a strict adherence to keep costs low and to abide by numerous Vaastu principles.Save this picture!© Tina NandiThe attempt was to create a sculptural space which along with being bright and airy, segregated public and private spaces, played dramatically with scale and proportion and lastly and very importantly allow for a self sufficient unit which absorbs Bangalore’s beautiful climate even if the sites next door were to be built a foot away from it. (A growing trend in Bangalore)Save this picture!© Tina NandiThe parking lot is hidden away below a mezzanine level as a ramp leads to the center of the house where the main door is located. The public spaces of the living, dining and guest bedroom are located at the lower level. As you climb up to the upper levels, the sanctity of privacy and the scale of the house increases.Save this picture!© Tina NandiThe mezzanine becomes the mid level combining with the lower and upper level (more private) superfluously, yet maintaining the strict visual connects of entitled privacy of each, i.e. light and sky for the living and light and view for the upper level. The mid level opens into the north facing courtyard (above the car park), the heart of the house.Save this picture!© Tina NandiThe house gets its light, ventilation from this garden/ courtyard as the bedrooms wrap around it. It is here where every day and night seeps into the house in their difference over the changing seasons. Height has been used as a privacy element and the staircase as an element of dramatic transformation. The brick facades on the elevations and courtyard express the house’s subtle relationship with the outside, as the projecting bricks cast varying shadows each day peculiar to that moment. The lateral house embellishes itself with simplicity and subtle beauty.Save this picture!Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessChildren’s Playhouse ‘Sam + Pam’ / Office Of Mcfarlane Biggar Architects + Designers…Selected ProjectsBass Ensemble / Hyla ArchitectsSelected Projects Share Houses Lateral House / Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects GRCA “COPY” 2013 Photographs CopyAbout this officeGaurav Roy Choudhury Architects GRCAOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBangaloreIndiaPublished on August 26, 2013Cite: “Lateral House / Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects GRCA” 26 Aug 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogShowershansgroheShower MixersVinyl Walls3MExterior Vinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ Abstract EarthPartitionsSkyfoldMarkerboard Finish for Folding WallsPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesKingspan Insulated PanelsInsulated Wall Panels – Designwall R-seriesWoodBruagRoom Acoustics – Interior Cladding PanelsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsConcreteKrytonCrystalline Waterproofing – KIMBricksNelissenSpecial Bricks – Slips and HalvesCeramicsTerrealTerracotta cladding in Le TrèfleEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEASideboardsUSMLow Shelving – HallerTable LampsLeds-C4Lighting – ElampMore products »Read commentsSave世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

  • 12 patients awaiting admission at LUH today – INMO

    first_img Google+ Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North 12 patients awaiting admission at LUH today – INMO Previous articleO’Domhnaill outlines case for more staff in Glenties Municipal DistrictNext articleOver half a million in funding for Mount Errigal preservation admin Pinterest There’s been a rise of almost 33 percent in the number of patients waiting for hospital beds across the country today, according to the INMO.There were 12 patients awaiting admission at Letterkenny University Hospital this morning, eight on trollies in the Emergency Department and four on chairs or trollies on the wards.Yesterday, the figure was zero. Homepage BannerNews Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Pinterest Google+center_img Facebook WhatsApp By admin – March 8, 2016 Twitter Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

  • News

    first_imgThis month’s newsOn-board accidents Most occupational accidents aboard merchant ships occur while crew areperforming daily routine duties, scientists have found. A study of Danishmerchant ships over a five-year period found 1,993 accidents, of which 209 resultedin permanent disability and 27 were fatal. It recommended focusing on workplaceinstructions for important functions and the prevention of accidents caused bywalking around the ship. Miners’ compensation Compensation pay-outs to miners suffering from vibration white finger havenow topped £0.5bn, according to energy minister Brian Wilson. The figure wasrevealed during a visit to a vibration white finger testing centre at Stoke onTrent in February. Blood-lead monitoring There has been an appreciable fall in the total number of workers undersurveillance for blood-lead levels since 1999/2000, the HSE has said. In itsfigures for 2000/2001, it found the proportion of men with relatively highblood-lead measurements remained broadly level. For women the proportion rose,but numbers were small and tended to fluctuate from year to year, it added Diabetes guidelines The National Institute for Clinical Excellence has issued clinicalguidelines for the management of type 2 (non-insulin dependent) diabetes. Theycover the screening for and management of retinopathy and the prevention ofrenal disease. A diabetes national service framework will be published by theGovernment later this year. Safety has low priority Most industry leaders still put safety way down the list of their businesspriorities, according to a survey by pollster Mori for the British SafetyCouncil. Generating profits for shareholders remains the top priority, among 84per cent of the 100 people polled. Only one in six, or 16 per cent, singled outimproving safety in the working environment. Deadly effects of alcohol Alcohol misuse is costing the NHS up to £3bn a year, with more than 28,000hospital admissions caused by alcohol dependence or poisoning, the charityAlcohol Concern has warned. Alcohol is implicated in 33,000 deaths a year – a33 per cent rise since 1984. More than 5,000 people a year died in England andWales as a direct result of drink, it added. European week for safety and health The theme for this autumn’s European week for safety and health is the issueof stress and will begin on 14 October. This is now the largest annualworkplace health and safety event in Europe, said the HSE. Action packs forthis year’s event will be available in May. First aid advice update The HSE has revised its basic advice on first aid at work, and its electricshock first aid procedures, leaflets and posters. They are designed to helpfirst aiders minimise injuries and illness until expert help arrives.  www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/indg347.pdfVibration levels A research report quantifying the levels of vibration from tractors has beenpublished by the HSE. The amount of vibration to which an operator was likelyto be exposed was measured, with researchers concluding further investigationwas needed into whole-body vibration emission levels. A study of various types of aprons used for protection against drop forgingprojectiles has been carried out by the Health and Safety Executive. Itconcluded that plate-link aprons were the optimum choice for use in suchapplications because of the protection they afforded. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. NewsOn 1 Apr 2002 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

  • Man Arrested Following Wednesday Shooting In Jamestown

    first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) JAMESTOWN – A man has been taken into custody following a shooting Wednesday night in Jamestown.Jamestown Police say 45-year-old Blake Smith allegedly threated to kill a woman living at a Proudfit Street address before coming to the location in person and firing a handgun in the area.Police say in addition to the female victim, the incident occurred with a 11-year-old child close by.Officers say Smith, a New York State Parolee, was arrested after fleeing the area in a vehicle. Smith is charged with aggravated harassment, menacing, and endangering the welfare of a child. He is also charged with violating his parole.Police say Smith is currently being held for arraignment and will be committed to the Chautauqua County Jail pending a parole hearing.No injuries were reported during the incident.last_img read more

  • Deery Series win gives Aikey third career Super Nationals crown

    first_imgBOONE, Iowa (Sept. 2) – He’s been there and he’s done that, but it never stops being special.Jeff Aikey raced to his career third IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s championship, and his 60th Deery Brothers Summer Series feature win Monday night at Boone Speedway. The IMCA Late Model victory paid $3,630, including a $630 IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing bonus. After working his way up from ninth starting to second, Aikey passed Jason Rauen following a lap 29 restart. He led to the finish of the 50-lapper, holding off challenges from Justin Kay and then Ray Guss Jr. Guss looked to steal the lead away using the lower line with five laps left but Aikey made the higher groove work to perfection. He pulled away to win by six car lengths.“This was a good race to win. It means a lot to me,” said Aikey, a 16-time Super Nationals qualifier and also champion in 1995 and 2004. “I knew Ray and Justin were back there but I had a lot of car tonight. It was awesome.”Guss, Kay, hard charger Todd Cooney and Joel Callahan completed the top five. Guss and Cooney are both two-time Super Nationals champions; Cooney ended in fourth after starting 18th. Rauen started outside Callahan on the front row and led the first 28 times around the track. Point leader Brian Harris was heading the pursuit of Aikey before going pitside after a frontstretch collision. He returned, restarted 21st and raced back to eighth. Kay and Harris have been on fire this year,” said Aikey, also the Aug. 12 winner at Des Moines. “Any time you can pass them, you’re thumping.” Andy Eckrich was the $250 Sunoco Race Fuels feature qualifier drawing winner.Feature results – 1. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls; 2. Ray Guss Jr., Milan, Ill.; 3. Justin Kay, Wheatland; 4. Todd Cooney, Des Moines; 5. Joel Callahan, Dubuque; 6. Andy Eckrich, Oxford; 7. Jason Rauen, Farley; 8. Brian Harris, Davenport; 9. Rob Moss, Iowa City; 10. Terry Neal, Ely; 11. Dan Shelliam, Hazel Green, Wis.; 12. Ryan Griffith, Webster City; 13. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown; 14. Bobby Hansen, Center Point; 15. Joe Zrostlik, Long Grove; 16. Dean Wagner, Evansdale; 17. Jon Passick, Waterloo; 18. Curtis Schroeder, Ames; 19. Josh Most, Red Oak; 20. Luke Pestka, Robins; 21. Rick Dralle, Waterloo; 22. Nate Beuseling, Silvis, Ill.; 23. Scott Fitzpatrick, Des Moines; 24. Kevin Sather, Ankeny.1st heat (top three) – 1. Kay; 2. Zrostlik; 3. Hansen; 4. Moss; 5. Most; 6. Paul Conrad, Colo; 7. Joel Brasch, Dunkerton. 2nd heat – 1. Neal; 2. Guss; 3. Shelliam; 4. Chad Cooney, Des Moines; 5. Paul Glendenning, Mount Ayr; 6. Ryan Giles, Grimes; 7. Schroeder. 3rd heat – 1. Rauen; 2. Aikey; 3. Beuseling; 4. Todd Cooney; 5. Rick Dralle, Waterloo; 6. Jon Binning, Warrensburg, Mo.; 7. Jason Utter, Columbus Junction. 4th heat – 1. Eckrich; 2. Callahan; 3. Harris; 4. Griffith; 5. Craig Jacobs, Des Moines; 6. Randy Foote, Stanton; 7. Passick. 5th heat – 1. Pestka; 2. Wagner; 3. Sather; 4. Fitzpatrick; 5. Al Johnson, Story City; 6. Jason Hahne, Webster City; 7. DeFrance.1st “B” feature (top three) – 1. Moss; 2. Todd Cooney; 3. Fitzpatrick; 4. Passick; 5. Glendenning; 6. Hahne; 7. Jacobs; 8. Giles; 9. Binning; 10. Conrad. 2nd “B” feature – 1. Most; 2. Dralle; 3. Griffith; 4. Schroeder; 5. DeFrance; 6. Chad Cooney; 7. Randy Foote; 8. Brasch; 9. Johnson; 10. Utter.Provisionals – DeFrance and Schroeder. Hard charger – Passick.last_img read more

  • Introducing the Promising Notes Concert Series

    first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Olympia Downtown AllianceThe City of Olympia, Octapas Café and the Olympia Downtown Alliance have partnered to produce the Promising Notes Concert Series, a series of videos featuring Thurston County-based musicians playing their own work or their favorite piece.“We’ve been feeling the loss of live music with the close of venues due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Musicians and live music are at the heart of our community and the Promising Notes Concert Series celebrates the richness and wide variety of talent that we have in our community,” said Jamie Brayshaw, co-owner of Octapas Café and one of the project’s organizers.The musicians taking part in the Promising Notes Concert Series represent a wide variety of local talent and series organizers invited them to participate. Each musician created a short music video of their work, the Olympia Downtown Alliance’s marketing partners edited the videos and will push them out this week through social media channels, including Instagram, YouTube and Facebook.WHO: The City of Olympia, Octapas Café and the Olympia Downtown AllianceWHAT: Promising Notes Concert SeriesWHEN: Now through summerWHERE: WhyIGoDowntown.com and the Promising Notes Concert Series Channel on YouTube here.To learn more about participating in the series, email [email protected]last_img read more

  • LVR cruises to Bomber Invitational Tournament Title

    first_imgThe team may be low in numbers but this team has a huge heart after the L.V. Rogers Bombers dominated the competition to capture the Bomber Senior Girl’s Basketball tournament this past weekend at the Hangar.The Bombers rocked Rutland Secondary of Kelowna 64-41 in the final of the eight-team tournament to claim the overall title. LVR opened the tournament by rocking Elkford 54-16 before destroying an uninspired Osoyoos team 64-11.Meanwhile, Rutland beat David Thompson of Invermere by 30 in game one before getting past J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks of Trail by 14 to reach the final.”Our girls played fantastic defence all weekend and stifled Rutland with our press and speed.,” said coach Chris Dergousoff.The Bombers were led by seniors Naomi Perkins, Ansleigh Dergousoff, Allie Zondervan and Sian Nielsen.Earlier this season, LVR took top honours at the J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks Tournament.last_img read more

  • SANTA ANITA POSTS INCREASED ON-TRACK ATTENDANCE FOR THIRD YEAR IN A ROW; GREAT RACE PLACE TO HOST RECORD NINTH BREEDERS’ CUP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN NOVEMBER

    first_img–Three-time Eclipse Award winning Beholder was a two-time winner at the meet, as she made her 6-year-old debut in the Grade III, 1 1/16 miles Adoration Stakes on May 8, winning with consummate ease under Gary Stevens. She then shortened up a sixteenth of a mile and responded with an impressive 1 ½ length tally in the Grade I Vanity Mile on June 4. Owned by B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm and trained by Richard Mandella, Beholder’s ultimate objective for 2016 is the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic here on Nov. 5.                –Owned by Rick Porter’s Fox Hill Farm, undefeated superstar filly Songbird followed up on her win in the Grade I Santa Anita Oaks on April 9 with a resounding 6 ½ length score under Mike Smith in the Grade II, 1 1/16 miles Summertime Oaks on June 18 for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer.                 –Owned by Susan Osborne’s Tarabilla Farms and trained by David Hofmans, Melatonin, who won the Grade I Santa Anita Handicap here on March 12, ran the best race of career in taking the Grade I Gold Cup at Santa Anita by 1 ½ lengths under Joe Talamo on June 25, thus becoming the ninth horse in the 77-year history of the Gold Cup to win the coveted mile and a quarter “Double” in the same year.                 –Perennial leader Rafael Bejarano finished the Spring Meet with 46 wins, six more than runner-up Flavien Prat and thus took his 15th Santa Anita riding title. The 34-year-old native of Peru thus notched his 27th Southern California title and the 32nd overall in what has already been a remarkable career.                –Phil D’Amato, 42, who won his first-ever training title at the conclusion of the 2015-16 Winter Meet on April 10, followed that up with 25-win performance at the Spring stand, seven better than runner-up Bob Baffert.                –With seven wins, Hronis Racing, LLC registered their fourth overall Santa Anita owners’ title. Hronis Racing also led all owners by money won, with $634,068.                 For more information on the upcoming Autumn Meet which begins Sept. 30, fans are encouraged to visit santaanita.com. To purchase tickets or to make seating reservations for the two-day Breeders’ Cup World Championships on Nov. 4 & 5, please call the Breeders’ Cup at (859) 514-9428, or visit breederscup.com. ARCADIA, Calif. (July 10, 2016)–Santa Anita’s combined Winter/Spring Meet drew to a close Sunday, with the track posting a three percent increase in on-track attendance as it gets ready to host the Breeders’ Cup World Championships for a record ninth time on Nov. 4 and 5.Although handle figures were on par with last year through April 10, Santa Anita was without live racing for a three week period leading into May 5. In addition to the break in live racing, Santa Anita’s turf course was completely removed and replaced, with the hillside component addressed on June 6 and the turf oval on June 20. These factors combined, contributed to a five percent dip in all sources handle.Although there was an element of short term sacrifice with no turf racing available for the final three weeks of the meet, the benefits of the newly installed Bandera Bermuda turf, which will be available for use opening day of the track’s Autumn Meet on Sept. 30, will be of tremendous long term benefit to horsemen and fans alike.The Spring Meet, which got underway May 5, received an immediate boost as Reddam Racing’s Nyquist, who is based at Santa Anita, became the fourth Kentucky Derby winner in the last five years to call The Great Race Place home. Additionally, $1 million Santa Anita Derby winner Exaggerator, who finished second to Nyquist in the Run for the Roses, was an impressive winner of the Preakness Stakes two weeks later on May 21.Several top performances on the racetrack highlighted the 40-day stand:last_img read more

  • Half-time: Derby 0 Chelsea 1 – Blues ahead but Zouma suffers injury

    first_imgEden Hazard’s clinical low strike put Chelsea on course for the Capital One Cup semi-finals but the first half was marred by an injury to Kurt Zouma.Hazard anticipated Richard Keogh’s sloppy pass out of defence and controlled the ball neatly before racing towards goal, cutting inside and finding the bottom corner.But just before the interval Zouma had to be taken off on a stretcher after lengthy treatment when he was clattered by Petr Cech as the Blues goalkeeper cleared a corner.Derby, with Will Hughes and Omar Mascarell impressing in midfield, started brightly and had a couple of threatening moments.But the visitors settled and, with Didier Drogba in dominant form and Andre Schurrle and Hazard dangerous on the break, they posed the greater goal threat.Drogba came closest to adding a second but his goalbound effort, after great work by Schurrle, was blocked by Keogh.The Blues survived some sustained home pressure after which Branislav Ivanovic replaced Zouma following a near 10-minute delay.Chelsea: Cech; Azpilicueta, Zouma (Ivanovic 45+3), Terry, Luis; Matic, Mikel; Hazard, Schurrle, Fabregas; Drogba. Subs: Schwarzer, Ramires, Salah, Willian, Remy, Costa.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

  • South Africa Hosts the Inaugural Africa Communications Week

    first_imgTsabeng Nthite – South Africa will be hosting the annual Africa Communications Week (ACW) from 21 – 25 May 2018.Africa Communications Week is an annual global campaign, open to communications professionals with an African focus/expertise. ACW’s mission is to empower and equip Africa focused communications professionals with the tools and resources to change the current narratives about Africa. ACW also aims to promote knowledge and professional development by hosting informative webinars and masterclasses, as well as providing practical tools on how Africa focused communicators can begin to advance more realistic narratives about Africa.  Hosted by PR Trendz ZA the South African edition of ACW will take place on Tuesday, 22 May and Friday, 25 May in Johannesburg and Cape Town under the theme ‘Telling a balanced South African narrative: Trends and Insights’. Nelisa Ngqulana, Managing Director of PR Trends ZA said: “The South African edition of ACW is a learning event that will bring together communications practitioners across all sectors, encouraging the sharing of lessons and insights and growing networks of collaboration with to ensure that we are constantly up to date with the practice of communications trends.” Co-Founder of the ACW Annie Mutamba said: “There are too many communication professionals working in isolation, trying to challenge the current narratives about Africa. Africa Communications Week seeks to build bridges between forward-thinking communicators.” “Africa focused communications professionals have a strategic role to play, in taking ownership of the African narrative and shaping the conversations, stories, and policies of their organisations, governments and culture,” added Eniola Harrison, Co-Founder ACW. The  event will feature a lecture sponsored by the IE business school on ‘What we can learn from South American communications campaigns. The main issue for this event is to bring Communications practitioners across industries together, to learn, network and collaborate. With the aim of contributing to the bigger narrative around the Nation Brand of South Africa. Follow the conversation on: #AfricaCommsWeeklast_img read more