Eagleton Weekend Home / VSDP

first_img Year:  Save this picture!© Anand JajuText description provided by the architects. One of the site characteristics which we wanted to alter was the ground plane of the site with respect to the elevation of the fairway abutting it since there was a difference of almost 2m in height between the respective ground levels. Hence, we decided to elevate the site by 2 m in order to be confronted with the infinite expanse of green when one enters the plot from the street. The 2m height would be partially utilised by some service areas connected to the house. The design concept was derived after imagining a set of scenarios that would take place in the house at different times along with the potential the site offered wherein the 30 m side flanked by the fairway would be tested by the geometric intent.The scenarios allowed us to approach the notion of program differently just as much as the objective of spending a weekend at the house.Save this picture!© Anand JajuA radical decision was taken at the concept stage to not have any openings towards the street and do exactly the opposite towards the fairway. This decision hinted at the emergence of a form that was ‘sculptural’ and ‘unified’. The objective of taking this decision was to reduce the noise from the street and offer privacy whilst allowing a varied use of the spaces facing the fairway. The 2m elevated plot would be approached by a vehicular ramp from the street in such a manner that when the car is parked in front of the main entry to the house, the fairway becomes a canvas in front. The concept now urged for the structural principle to be integrated which would further allow the emergence of the form and its’ envelope.Save this picture!© Anand JajuThe sectional property of the design was such that the first floor was partly offset from the footprint of the ground floor so as to create a roof for the deck which stretched across the entire length of the floor and allowed access from the living room, dining and a bedroom as a single space.The first floor then branched to two levels where a bedroom and library were respectively located. The library was placed 1.5 m higher than the first floor.Save this picture!© Anand JajuThe main extent of the first floor had two bedrooms and a family area,all offering unhindered views of the fairway. The roof profile of the first floor sloped along the length of the house and it introduced some very interesting variations of spatial volumes to intensify the stillness of the fairway and the notion of movement in the geometry. The aspect of minimalism is spelt across the entire house as a result of the combination of the colour, geometry and materials.Save this picture!PlanThe blank wall and the projection of the staircase entity constitute the facade towards the road and underlines the qualities of minimalism and exemplifying the characteristics of a sculptural mass that hovers over the parking area i.e. main entry. The interior unfolds the various spaces in a cinematic manner where the structure, envelope and material all seem as one without attempting to supersede one another. The cinematic sequence is homogenous in its’ structure and heterogeneous in perspective. The walls are finished with white paint and the flooring is silver travertine finished dull. The ceiling is again finished with white paint and the light fixtures are recessed and specifically minimal in their design. The grains of the travertine further accentuate the linear arrangement of the inside. Save this picture!© Anand JajuThe minimal aspect of the house is so consistent that it is difficult to differentiate the exterior from the interior since they seamlessly unify. The interior design concept revolves around the concept of celebrating the scenario of relaxation in almost every part of the house without being conscious of the surroundings which are not layered to introduce complexity but rather to enjoy the geometrical mystery and outright functional furniture.Save this picture!© Anand JajuThere veneers used on the doors and the furniture are rich in their colour so as to introduce an element of contrast with the rest of the colour palette. The lines of the furniture complement the geometric strategy adopted for the Architecture. The project aims to redefine the purpose of having a second home that which should alter the experience of engaging with activities those which are prompted primarily by the qualities of the space one is within.Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessVenturini House / Adamo FaidenSelected ProjectsTanatorio Sant Joan Despí / Batlle i Roig ArquitectesSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/395679/eagleton-weekend-home-vsdp Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/395679/eagleton-weekend-home-vsdp Clipboard Area:  6500 ft² Area:  6500 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Eagleton Weekend Home / VSDP Structural Consultant: Eagleton Weekend Home / VSDPSave this projectSaveEagleton Weekend Home / VSDPSave this picture!© Anand JajuHouses•Bangalore, India Houses Landscape Consultant: photographs:  Anand JajuPhotographs:  Anand Jaju Projects ArchDaily Mr. Bhansal Indiacenter_img Arun Associates 2012 Ecoin Scape Photographs “COPY” + 31 Share Interior Contractor: “COPY” CopyCivil Contractor:Mr. SwamyProject Team:Vivek V Shankar, Elayaraja Subhalekha, Sunetra YousufCity:BangaloreCountry:IndiaMore SpecsLess Specs Year:  2012 Architects: Vivek Shankar Design Partnership Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeVivek Shankar Design PartnershipOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBangaloreHousesIndiaPublished on July 07, 2013Cite: “Eagleton Weekend Home / VSDP” 07 Jul 2013. 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Delhi HC Extends The Operation of Interim Orders Subsisting on May 15 For One More Month In Light of Continuing Lockdown [Read Order]

first_imgTop StoriesDelhi HC Extends The Operation of Interim Orders Subsisting on May 15 For One More Month In Light of Continuing Lockdown [Read Order] Karan Tripathi15 May 2020 9:03 AMShare This – xIn light of the nationwide lockdown declared by the Central Government, the Delhi High Court has extended the operation of all the interim orders that were subsisting on 15/05/20 and expired or will expire thereafter. While taking the suo moto cognizance of the issues, the Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel, Justice Siddharth Mridul and Justice Talwant Singh have ordered…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 light of the nationwide lockdown declared by the Central Government, the Delhi High Court has extended the operation of all the interim orders that were subsisting on 15/05/20 and expired or will expire thereafter. While taking the suo moto cognizance of the issues, the Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel, Justice Siddharth Mridul and Justice Talwant Singh have ordered that all such interim orders shall stand automatically extended till 15.06.2020 or until further orders, except where any orders to the contrary have been passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in any particular matter, during the intervening period. Taking the suo moto cognizance while exercising its extraordinary jurisdiction under Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution, the court has passed the said direction for the interim orders passed by itself as well as by the subordinate courts. ‘Needless to clarify that in case, the aforesaid extension of interim order causes any hardship of an extreme nature to a party to such proceeding, they would be at liberty to seek appropriate relief, as may be advised’, the Bench noted. The court has also directed for the said order to be uploaded on the website of this Court and be conveyed to all the Standing Counsel, UOI, GNCTD, DDA, Civic Authorities, Delhi High Court Bar Association, all the other Bar Associations of Delhi, as well as to all District Courts subordinate to this court. While dictating the order, the court highlighted the various resolutions of its Administrative Committee, which had restricted the functioning of the court only to certain urgent matters. A subsequent notification by the same committee extended the operation of the previous notification to April 4. The court also cited the notification of the Central Government, dated 24/03/20, wherein strong measures were enforced to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and a nationwide lockdown was declared. This is the second time that the court has extended the operation of its interim orders. In the last extension order, It was highlighted: ‘In view of the lockdown in the State of Delhi and the extremely limited functioning of courts, routine matters have been adjourned en bloc to particular dates in the month of April. Thus advocates and litigants have not been in a position to appear in the said matters, including those where stay/bails/paroles have been granted by this Court or the courts subordinate to this Court, on or before 16.03.2020’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 Storylast_img read more


4 ways to add prestigious compliance certifications to your resume

first_imgNAFCU’s NCCO Self-Study BundleSave money on airfare and hotelYou’ll get all the study materials you’d receive at Regulatory Compliance School, and can take the four exams with a proctor. A great way to study at your own pace!Recertify it:NAFCU’s Regulatory Compliance SeminarOctober 27 – 30, 2020 | Atlanta, GALearn what you need to know, now, to make your job easier and effectively handle evolving regulatory and BSA trends. You’ll recertify your NCCO just by attending—no exams necessary! Check out the topics to be covered, then use code HOLIDAY to save $300.00 by Jan. 10.NCBSOEarning your NCBSO means you’ve proven you comprehensively understand BSA methodology and money laundering threats. You’ll come away able to build and strengthen your formal BSA program whether you’re a new or seasoned professional.Earn it:NAFCU’s BSA SeminarJuly 27 – 29, 2020 | Salt Lake City, UTYou’ll benefit from best practices, case studies and strategies for your most in-depth BSA tasks. Take the optional exam on the final day for the opportunity to earn your NCBSO certification. Like all NAFCU conferences, use code HOLIDAY to save $300.00 by Jan. 10. View the conference’s covered topics now.Recertify it:NAFCU’s Regulatory Compliance SeminarOctober 27 – 30, 2020 | Atlanta, GALearn what you need to know, now, to make your job easier and effectively handle evolving BSA and compliance trends. We’ve added breakout sessions that focus on BSA/AML compliance so you can recertify your NCBSO just by attending—no exams necessary! Check out the topics to be covered, then use code HOLIDAY to save $300.00 by Jan. 10.With NAFCU providing the best education and compliance assistance in the industry, both certifications are great ways to enhance your skills and help your credit union. They’re among the most career-boosting certifications you can earn in your professional career: the award-winning NAFCU Certified Compliance Officer (NCCO) designation and the NAFCU Certified Bank Secrecy Officer (NCBSO) designation. Here’s how to get them—and recertify them.NCCOEarning the highly sought-after, award-winning NCCO designation proves you’ve thoroughly mastered the major credit union compliance regulations. That’s why the NCCO program won ASAE’s gold award: the quality and success are second-to-none, having helped over 1,350 credit union compliance officers gain critical knowledge.3 ways to earn it:NAFCU’s Spring Regulatory Compliance SchoolMarch 16 – 20, 2020 | Arlington, VAYou’ll benefit from 5 days with the industry’s leading compliance experts, including NAFCU’s highly-rated Regulatory Compliance Team, then have the opportunity to pass four exams. And right now you can use code HOLIDAY to save $300.00 by Jan. 10! View the conference agenda. NAFCU’s Summer Regulatory Compliance SchoolJuly 27 – 31, 2020 | Salt Lake City, UTThe same agenda, content, and exams as the spring session, and you can use code HOLIDAY here too!center_img 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


Croatian gastronomic offer presented in Munich

first_imgLet us add that so far this year, Croatia has been visited by about 3 million German tourists who have spent more than 21 million nights, which compared to the same period last year represents a growth of 4 percent in arrivals. Chefs Goran Kočiš and Christian Schagerl By the way, the Tian restaurant, whose name means sky in Chinese, is located at the Viktualienmarkt in Munich and is one of four vegetarian restaurants in the world with a MICHELIN star. Chef and restaurant manager of Croatian roots Paul Ivić and chef Christian Schagerl are most responsible for the great success of this restaurant, whose branch is also located in Vienna. Restaurant Noel, from which chef Goran Kočiš comes, is the first restaurant in Zagreb to receive a MICHELIN star at the beginning of the year, and apart from Zagreb, the Noel restaurant also exists in Buje in Istria, within the San Canzian Hotel. What these restaurants have in common are constant novelties and innovative menu creation, as well as the selection of original and organic food from local producers.  An exclusive dinner and presentation of Croatian gastronomy was organized by the Croatian Tourist Board in Munich in the prestigious restaurant Tian in the very center of Munich. The dishes were prepared by the chefs of the MICHELIN star restaurant, namely Goran Kočiš, the chef of the Zagreb restaurant Noel, and Christian Schagerl, the chef of the Munich restaurant Tian. Before the dinner, the guests were greeted by the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić and the head of the CNTB office in Munich Nera Miličić, who introduced the guests to a unique Croatian-Bavarian gastronomic story.  “Tonight we tried Croatian gastronomic specialties in a new outfit, which was truly a special experience for all guests, but also a great opportunity to further promote top Croatian eno-gastronomy in the important German market. Germans, and especially Bavarians, are traditionally our most numerous guests, which is why we will focus on promoting Croatia as an attractive tourist destination in this market next year as well.”, Said director Staničić, adding that excellent results from this market are achieved during October, when more than 730.000 overnight stays of German guests were recorded, which is an increase of 12 percent.   Source / photo: Croatian National Tourist Board; Pexelslast_img read more