photographs: Walter SalcedoPhotographs: Walter SalcedoCollaborators:Gustavo Sattler, Damian Plouganou, Valeria Del VecchioConsultants:Ing. Marcelo Soboleosky, Mariano PellitaConstruction Management:Guardati, Renzi, KahanoffArchitect In Charge:Juan Germán Guardati, Román Renzi, Virginia KahanoffCity:RosarioCountry:ArgentinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Walter SalcedoRecommended ProductsCeramicsApariciPorcelain Tiles – TangoDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20Text description provided by the architects. The spatial reaction of formal operations makes the strongest argument of this work.Save this picture!Floor PlanA simple rectangular base volume suffers a cut and a horizontal displacement. Thereby, space is more complex and is still controlled morphology. Two measures control the heights of the house, from 0 to 2.2m the walls and openings are defined and from there to the 4.40 the roof space is generated. Consequently it appears as a sinuous topography on the head of the occupants and contrasting to the plain land of the Pampas.Save this picture!© Walter SalcedoAll this becomes more dramatic thanks to the manipulation of natural light that filters through the skylights.Save this picture!ElevationFrom the street the house becomes tight but from the inner perception is a counterpoint.Save this picture!© Walter SalcedoThe program develops private activities within the lower boxes, bedrooms and bathrooms are grouped in the greater volume and kitchen, laundry and storage in two smaller ones. Public house activities are bounded by the offset that produces the ceiling and a large glass wall of different opacities (transparent toward the back of the lot and translucent sideways).Save this picture!© Walter SalcedoThe use of exposed concrete combines supports structure spatial structure and expression of the house. This material used primarily in the outside became the inner boundary of the common area.Save this picture!SectionThe space experience is generated by a very synthetic material performance with strong contrasts.Save this picture!© Walter SalcedoProject gallerySee allShow lessCritical Round-Up: The 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize ShortlistArchitecture NewsMASS Design Group’s Latest “Beyond the Building” Video: Building Better BuildersArchitecture News Share Casa M / Estudio AireSave this projectSaveCasa M / Estudio Aire “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/525514/casa-m-estudio-aire Clipboard Casa M / Estudio Aire CopyAbout this officeEstudio AireOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRosarioHousesArgentinaPublished on July 19, 2014Cite: “Casa M / Estudio Aire” 19 Jul 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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News UpdatesCourt Cannot Break Open The Seal Of “Sealed Cover CBI Reports” In Front Of Parties Without Returning Final Or Prima Facie Contentious Issues: Meghalaya HC Nupur Thapliyal1 Feb 2021 10:30 PMShare This – xThe division bench of the Meghalaya High Court on Thursday observed that the Court cannot break open the seal of sealed cover CBI reports in the presence of parties to the lis without returning “final or at least prima facie finding on the contentious issues”. A division bench comprising of Chief Justice Biswanath Somadder and Justice H.S. Thangkhiew made the observation. The High Court…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 division bench of the Meghalaya High Court on Thursday observed that the Court cannot break open the seal of sealed cover CBI reports in the presence of parties to the lis without returning “final or at least prima facie finding on the contentious issues”. A division bench comprising of Chief Justice Biswanath Somadder and Justice H.S. Thangkhiew made the observation. The High Court was dealing with an appeal preferred by Meghalaya Public Service Commission (MPSC) and three other persons challenging an order passed by the single judge of the Court dated 09.12.2020. The single judge had directed for breaking open the seal of a CBI enquiry report in the presence of the parties. However, when the appeal came before the High Court, the division bench observed that the direction issued by the single judge to break open the CBI report could only have been done after “returning final or at least prima facie finding on the contentious issues” which was not done in the instant matter. At the outset, the bench reiterated an earlier order of the division bench of the High Court in W.A. No. 67 of 2016 wherein it was observed that “Obviously, after returning final or at least prima facie finding on the contentious issues, the aspects relating to CBI report may also be examined by the learned Single Judge and appropriate decision thereupon could be taken in accordance with law.” Therefore, in view of this, the High Court observed: “It is palpably evident that the learned Single Judge has not returned any final or even a prima facie finding on the contentious issues. As such, we are of the view that the directions of the learned Single Judge to break open the seal in the presence of the parties to the lis is not in accordance with the observations made by the Division Bench in WA No.67 of 2016.” Subsequently, the Court set aside the order dated 09.12.2020 as the same could not be sustained in view of the observations discussed above. Case Name: Meghalaya Public Service Commission & Ors Vs. Millon Ch. Momin & Ors. Order Dated: 28.01.2021Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
Edwards received a Harvard acceptance letter in December.Dedication and hard work in high school has paid off for 18-year-old Mitchell Edwards as he prepares to begin the next chapter of his academic career.The 2014 Franklin County graduate will attend Harvard in the fall.The son of Kirk and Lynn Edwards, of Broovkille, graduated on June 8 with a 4.5 grade point average. He finished fourth overall in the class of 205 seniors.Edwards received the Harvard acceptance letter in December. After visiting the prestigious college in Cambridge, Mass., he knew it was the right fit for him.“The campus is beautiful and they have so many resources with the highest endowment of any college in the world,” Edwards said. “The community is insane there just how accepting everyone is!”The Brookville native will pursue his favorite subject as a major in college, history.“I love history because you can look at what happened and sort of get a perspective on is happening and might happen.”“History combines so many different disciplines, I love literature, languages, government and sociology and all of that is combined in history and you can do a lot of interdisciplinary study with those other social sciences,” he added.Edwards notes that his parents played a major role in his path to an ivy league school.“When it started to shape up like ‘could be a real possibility,’ they were all on board. They were like, ‘we have to research, we have to visit, we have to compare , figure out the best fit for you,” Edwards recalled. “Without their support and how open they were with my dreams I don’t think I would have even had a shot.”Edwards added that he hopes his acceptance into the world-renowned university can inspire future Franklin County High School students to keep the grades up in high school and pursue their dreams.“I want them to do exactly what they want and try for exactly what they want and don’t settle for anything,” Edwards stated. “[Hopefully] it shows other kids that whatever they want to do they can.”