Lead Architect: ArchDaily Houses Assembly and Rural House Form / Atelier Shantanu AutadeSave this projectSaveAssembly and Rural House Form / Atelier Shantanu Autade India Manufacturers: Tata Steel, Simpolo Architects: Atelier Shantanu Autade Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/911408/assembly-and-rural-house-form-atelier-shantanu-autade Clipboard Photographs: Rajeshwar Singh, Tanishq Ostwal Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Assembly and Rural House Form / Atelier Shantanu Autade “COPY” “COPY” 2018 Ar. Shantanu Autade Photographs Projects Area: 400 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyHouses•Pohegaon, India Other Participants:Rajeshwar Singh, Shivani Prasad, Maitreyi JoshiCity:PohegaonCountry:IndiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Rajeshwar Singh, Tanishq OstwalRecommended ProductsWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40Renders / 3D AnimationAUGmentectureAugmented Reality Platform – AUGmentecture™WindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADText description provided by the architects. The site is located at Pohegaon in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. The client approached us to design a shelter where one could have food and rest for a while. Evolution of this design started with understanding and evaluating various contemporary ideas for dwellings with multiple activities in the region. As this shelter is rendered to derive a unique identity for the dwelling and it is to be associated with multiple activities like storing, packing and selling goods cultivated in farmland, cooking facilities and providing temporary shelter for laborers working in farms with needful services. Save this picture!© Rajeshwar Singh, Tanishq OstwalSave this picture!Pavilion Uses PlansIn the beginning, a survey was conducted to find the house form of the region. This resulted in us to understand the evolution of house form from Dhaba (mud slab) house with verandah to Present day gated bungalows (exclusive artifacts) and low-cost shelter typology built in concrete and tin roof. After this survey of existing houses and their technology of construction, it resulted in us to make use of thin concrete wall with metal pre-fab skeleton lined with the galvanized roof.Save this picture!© Rajeshwar Singh, Tanishq OstwalTalking about these shelters, currently, they consist of a dwelling (to stay) with semi-open space attached to it. But there is no connection between both spaces. This resulted in disintegration in terms of activities in these houses. The whole process of design started with the question: What should be the nature of the design assembly, which will accommodate a temporal character and will occupy various numbers of people?Save this picture!© Rajeshwar Singh, Tanishq OstwalSave this picture!East and West FacadesSave this picture!© Rajeshwar Singh, Tanishq OstwalIn search of a typological prototype, the key elements of buildings like a base (platform), skeleton (metal framework), roof (corrugated GI sheet) and skin (concrete envelope) are generic materials, which formed, in a way as a design tool and design regulatory principle. While executing the idea of dwelling for tomorrow, the envelope is separated from the skin, which has created a gap to form the visual connection and physical connection with the surrounding. The security is taken care of by the perforated gate, which allows an uninterrupted visual connection. A utility and cooking space is accommodated in the center of the shelter, which separated the living and resting area. Where living space function as multiple spaces, dynamic in nature with the activities. It further extends to the court formed by the separation of the concrete envelope. While in the resting area court function as a connector between resting space and washroom.Save this picture!Longitudinal Section v2Save this picture!North FacadeThis place is influenced by old regional typology proposed on land parcel availed by the demise of trees. Manifestation began with the proposed block, which houses two spaces- living and resting which extends in court with concrete envelope around and a pantry in the center. Design evolved contains a narrow linear space, where verandah wraps around living block, which connects farm on both sides. This forms an identity of an assembly of house form termed as, ‘living –verandah’.Project gallerySee allShow lessMuseum of Troy / Yalin Architectural DesignSelected ProjectsThe Noor e Mobin G2 Primery School / FEA StudioSelected Projects Share Save this picture!© Rajeshwar Singh, Tanishq Ostwal+ 28Curated by María Francisca González Share Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/911408/assembly-and-rural-house-form-atelier-shantanu-autade Clipboard CopyAbout this officeAtelier Shantanu AutadeOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPohegaonIndiaPublished on February 15, 2019Cite: “Assembly and Rural House Form / Atelier Shantanu Autade” 15 Feb 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Howard Lake | 22 November 2005 | News Improve or reinvent to overcome donor fatigue? AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 30 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Reinvention is perhaps slightly more daunting. It involves going back to the drawing board, overhauling your brand and the way you present your cause, how you connect with donors, and what support means to you. Before I go into detail about how to approach each broad course of action, you first need to know when it’s time to pursue which course? Common sense might suggest that smaller charities trying to grow should focus on improvement, whilst larger charities should look towards reinvention, but this is not the case. Even the UK’s largest charities have found that something as simple as a change in creative tone can open up a floodgate of donations. Broadly speaking, whilst you are still seeing growth as you test new messages, channels, processes or products, it’s clear that you haven’t yet reached a point of saturation and there’s still room for improvement. In contrast, when you find that you are putting more money into the same way of doing things and yet your overall efficiencies are falling, it’s time to go back to the drawing boardroom and start the process of reinvention.An example of reinvention in process is WWF, which started as a charity that aimed to protect endangered species. In recent times it has widened this remit to include environmental issues to bring in new supporters. The new, broader remit represents a smooth transition rather than a messy or complex relaunch as it is clear that without a sustainable environment, no species would survive.As charities tend to be relatively conservative in response to change, reinvention is certainly daunting. But remember, someone had to run the first regular giving programme, someone had to make the first DRTV appeal, and once upon a time there was no such thing as a charity fun run.In reality, however, it is never a case where you have to choose one route exclusive to the other. At any one time, charities should be focusing seventy per cent on improvement and thirty per cent on testing new ground.But let the improvements commence. In the next column I will focus in detail on making the most of media channels.Leo Rayman is planning partner at marketing communications consultancy Zalpha. In the second in a series of columns for UK Fundraising, Leo Rayman of Zalpha, looks at two responses to combating donor fatigure.In my previous column I suggested that charities concerned with apparent donor fatigue faced two possible courses of action – improvement or reinvention. Improvement means sticking to the knitting – overhauling your current strategy to ensure that you are maximising the use of media channels, creative execution, processes and products. Advertisement Tagged with: Individual giving About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
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EcuadorAmericas News News April 10, 2020 Find out more RSF_en Two months before Assange’s extradition hearing, RSF calls for his release on humanitarian grounds and for US Espionage Act charges to be dropped The 60-day prison sentence passed by the high court of the central province of Cotopaxi on Nelson Fueltala, the correspondent of the La Gaceta daily newspaper and Radio Latacunga, for insulting the mayor of Pujilí was disproportionate and liable to encourage self-censorship, Reporters Without Borders said today.“This court’s ruling is both grossly unjust and dangerous,” the press freedom organisation said. “It is unjust because prison sentences should never be passed in this kind of case. It is dangerous because it poses a threat to free expression for the Ecuadorean press and, as a result, fosters self-censorship. We hope the supreme court will overturn this decision and, in the process, establish a legal precedent.”A report Fueltala wrote for the 2 June 2006 issue of La Gaceta quoted comments by then municipal commissioner Ricardo Estrella criticising Pujilí mayor Marcelo Arroyo Ruiz. The mayor brought a complaint before a local court, which acquitted Fueltala.His acquittal was overturned on 6 March by the high court, which ordered Fueltala to pay 70 dollars in damages and sentenced him to 60 days in prison. The ruling has triggered an outcry in the Ecuadorean media. The municipal commission called it “a violation of human rights in a democratic country.”Fueltala’s lawyer, Luis Carrillo, immediately appealed to the supreme court in Quito, which agreed on 13 March to consider the case although it has not yet set a date. Fueltala does not have to begin serving the sentence as long as the appeal is pending.Journalists demonstrated in support of press freedom outside the town hall on 28 March. They were joined by police, and together they continued the protest outside the Cotopaxi provincial high court building. Coronavirus: State measures must not allow surveillance of journalists and their sources December 24, 2019 Find out more Receive email alerts EcuadorAmericas Coronavirus “information heroes” – journalism that saves lives Follow the news on Ecuador June 15, 2020 Find out more Help by sharing this information News to go further April 2, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Court imposes “unjust and dangerous” prison sentence on provincial newspaper correspondent News Organisation
News In a letter addressed to the Justice Minister, Ahmed Ouyahia, Reporters Sans Frontières (Reporters without Borders – RSF) protested against the sentence recommended by the prosecutor of the Court of Appeal in Algiers for the director of the private daily newspaper El Watan, Omar Belhouchet, for “attacking official bodies”. Reporters Sans Frontières reiterates that in a document dated January 18, 2000, Abid Hussain, UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression asked “all governments to ensure that those committing press offences no longer risked prison unless they involved offences such as racist comments or incitement to violence (…) imprisonment to condemn the peaceful expression of opinion constitutes a serious violation of human rights”. “It is obvious that this case has been brought up again in the context of the recent campaign against journalists”, stated Robert Ménard, Secretary-General of the organization. Algeria : Reporter jailed after covering Tuareg protests in southern Algeria Organisation Algeria pressures reporters by delaying renewal of accreditation AlgeriaMiddle East – North Africa AlgeriaMiddle East – North Africa According to information obtained by RSF, on February 17, the prosecutor of the Appeal Court of Algiers demanded a year’s imprisonment for the director of the private daily newspaper El Watan, Omar Belhouchet, charged with “attacking official bodies”. The case has been taken under advisement and judgment will be rendered on March 4. Omar Belhouchet was sentenced at the court of first instance on November 5, 1997. He was charged by the public prosecutor for opinions expressed in September 1995 on the French television channels TF1 and Canal Plus. Questioning the assassination of Algerian journalists, the director of El Watan had not excluded the involvement of the “power elite”. When he was questioned on February 18, Belhouchet stated that his views were “not aimed at any official body or State institution”, but he did not exclude the “political and financial mafia’s involvement in some assassinations of journalists”. According to RSF, fifty-seven journalists were assassinated between 1993 and 1996 along with around forty other people employed in the media. Responsibility for most of these assassinations was claimed by various armed Islamic groups. Nevertheless, as far as RSF is concerned, the circumstances surrounding some of these assassinations remain unclear and raise numerous questions. May 12, 2021 Find out more News Help by sharing this information RSF_en Receive email alerts to go further The appeal court recommended Omar Belhouchet, director of the daily El Watan, serve a year long prison sentence for “attacking official bodies”. The journalist had not excluded the possibility that government-linked groups were involved in assassinations of journalists carried out between 1993 and 1996. Harassment of Algerian reporters intensifies in run-up to parliamentary elections Follow the news on Algeria News News Earlier, on January 28, an El Watan journalist, Salima Tlemçani, was brought in for questioning by the Algiers criminal investigation department for an article dated December 11, 2001 commenting on nominations to the Department of Intelligence and Security (DRS). Other journalists from private daily newspapers and caricaturists have also been called in for questioning by the criminal investigation department in the Algerian capital over the last few weeks following accusations of defamation by the Ministry of Defence. February 19, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Appeal court recommends a year’s imprisonment for director of El Watan May 18, 2021 Find out more April 29, 2021 Find out more
RSF_en February 20, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Ismail Haniyeh urged to lift ban on newspaper’s distribution in Gaza Strip News Organisation Israel now holding 13 Palestinian journalists News to go further News RSF asks ICC prosecutor to say whether Israeli airstrikes on media in Gaza constitute war crimes PalestineMiddle East – North Africa WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists Receive email alerts PalestineMiddle East – North Africa Robert MénardSecretary-General Help by sharing this information News Follow the news on Palestine May 28, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard wrote today to the Hamas government’s Prime Minister, Ismail Haniyeh, about a ban on the daily Al-Ayyam in the Gaza Strip.HE Ismail HaniyehPrime Minister of the Hamas GovernmentGaza StripDear Prime Minister,Reporters Without Borders would like to share with you its concern about the significant deterioration in the situation of press freedom in the Gaza Strip.You have on several occasions expressed your government’s desire to guarantee a free and independent press. However, your pledge is contradicted by the suspended sentences of six months in prison passed on 6 February on two Al-Ayyam journalists on a charge of defamation in connection with a cartoon that members of your party regarded as offensive.Those sentenced were the daily newspaper’s editor, Akram Haniyeh, and his cartoonist, Bahaa Al-Boukhari, while the newspaper itself has been banned from distribution in the Gaza Strip. We urge you to have these sentences overturned as they could make it even more difficult for journalists to work in the Gaza Strip. We are worried by the fact that, according to our figures, 22 journalists have been arrested since June of last year, 14 have been threatened in the course of their work, 14 news media have been ransacked and three have been censored.We are writing to you about this situation, Mr. Prime Minister, because we consider it to be critical for the future of the Palestinian press. Aside from the fact that a cartoon should be regarded as a matter of free expression and not an as an offence to you or your party, we believe that the differences between Palestinians should not be allowed to restrict the work of journalists.We trust you will give this matter your careful consideration.Sincerely, June 3, 2021 Find out more May 16, 2021 Find out more
I HAVE said it often and for long enough and thankfully the facts figures are now presenting themselves in the format to support it. Children will eat smaller portions from the adult menu!Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A recent survey by Nutrition & Health Foundation and Restaurants Association of Ireland shows that almost every parent wants their child to eat what they are having. Backing the claim that many “kids menu” offerings are just not good enough. The two groups came together recently to launch ‘Kid Size Me’ Nationwide initiative.Provision of child size portions of adult meals in restaurants is an important step forward in tackling Ireland’s childhood obesity levels and is at the heart of a new joint initiative called ‘Kid Size Me’ from the Nutrition & Health Foundation (NHF) and the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI). The initiative aims to ensure children have access to healthier food options when dining out by making child size portions of adult meals available as an alternative to ordering from the standard children’s menu. Participating restaurants will carry the new ‘Kids Size Me’ symbol on their menus and over the coming weeks consumers can log on to www.wheretoeat.ie to see a list of participating venues. New research entitled ‘Eating Out With Children’, commissioned by the NHF, indicates the scale of demand for child size portions of adult meals with 98% of parents surveyed supporting the move. 80% of parents state they have dined in a restaurant or café where child size portions of adult meals were available in addition to the standard children’s menu. However, 3 out of 5 (58%) of those surveyed only became aware of this option by requesting it from restaurant staff as the offering was not advertised. Linkedin Previous articleIrish firms warned cybercrime is viralNext articleComedy, concerts and drama at Terryglass admin Facebook NewsKid size me for better eating outBy admin – August 4, 2011 707 WhatsApp Advertisement Email Print Twitter
Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp For the first time ever, the public will soon have access to the Donegal GAA County Board’s archives.The Donegal County Archive has received an award of 4,500 euro from the heritage council which will be used to catalogue and conserve the collection.To date only a small part of the Donegal GAA archive collection has been made available to the public but in recent years the county board released its entire collection.This includes including minutes of meetings, photographs, programmes and other items relating to the history of the GAA over the past 80 years.The Donegal County Archives now plans to use the funds it has received, along with an allocation from the service’s own budget, to catalogue and conserve the collection.It is also planned to produce a publication which will provide a short history of the GAA in Donegal, describe the items in the collection and include images from the collection.It is hoped that by the end of the year the entire collection will be made fully accessible to the public. Newsx Adverts Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Pinterest Donegal GAA archive to be made accessible to the public Facebook Google+ Twitter Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook WhatsApp Google+ Previous articleBlaney questions Mc Hugh’s job creation claimNext articleCounty manager responds to auditor’s concerns News Highland Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North By News Highland – February 26, 2010
Facebook Twitter By News Highland – February 2, 2018 DL Debate – 24/05/21 108 Donegal patients have now had radiotherapy at Altnagelvin centre News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous articleRoad Diversion lifted for Donegal v Galway League GameNext articleColeman eager to play again News Highland WhatsApp Harps come back to win in Waterford Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Pinterest Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Google+ Twitter It’s emerged that 108 Donegal patients have now received radiotherapy treatment at the new centre at Altnagelvin Hospital.The figure was provided at a meeting in the hospital this morning between centre management, and Donegal Action for Cancer Care. DACC Chair Betty Holmes says at the end of November, the figure was just under 60, and the growth since then has been significant.Betty Holmes says DACC have had some concerns about the Altnagelvin arrangement, but she says its success is to be welcomed…………..Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/bholmes1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
A knowledge of the assimilation of food and of the energetic demands of chicks at different stages in the growth period can provide a basis for understanding growth strategies of seabirds. We have developed a simple model of chick weight loss between feeds that allows an estimation of metabolic costs and food-conversion efficiency in albatross chicks. The data required to provide these estimates are a series of frequent weights of a chick following a meal and the weight of food delivered in the meal. Preliminary results show a considerable variation in both food-conversion efficiency, which may reflect variation in the composition of meals delivered to chicks, and in the metabolic demands of individual chicks.