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Area: 88 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/946610/hutong-courtyard-house-ji-architect Clipboard Designers:Jieran Li, Wenhui LuContractor:ZJJN Construction CO.,LTDCity:BeijingCountry:ChinaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Roof terrace. Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectRecommended ProductsCarpetsCaneplex DesignHandmade Bamboo MatsCarpetsMenuWoven Rug – GravelWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEAText description provided by the architects. Jí Architect, entrusted by client, redeveloped an approx. 90-square meter atypical courtyard house in a Beijing hutong. Functions of the redeveloped courtyard house were yet to be decided. The outline and the shape of the new building shall remain consistent with the original.Save this picture!Courtyard and elevation of north part. Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectSave this picture!Brick wall detail. Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectThe original buildingconstructed in the 1980s was a dilapidated hutong house with flat roof. The ground level of the courtyard in-between was lower than the repaired alleyways outside the yard. The clear ceiling height of the both two floors in the northern part building was less than two meters. Peoples had to lower their heads to avoid bumping the wooden beams when walking through the room.Save this picture!Courtyard before rebuild. Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectDue to the variety of requirements and limitations of the redevelopment and construction in hutong area, the design becomes a process of finding the optimal solution by using the limits.01 Limitations on the heightTo create enough ceiling height, the ground of the site was further lowered down. The height difference was used to construct several platforms of various heights. The deep and narrow area between the enclosure and the building was designed as blurred transitional space where scattered steps were set to make less contrast between outside and interior heights. Steps and platforms played different roles at corresponding interfaces.Save this picture!Courtyard after rebuild. Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectSave this picture!Courtyard pavement. Image Courtesy of Jí Architect02 Limitations caused by adjacent structuresConsidering the limitation and construction conditions in hutong area, the redevelopment adopted the steel structure for fast, convenient construction. The newly-set foundation of steel columns must avoid the neighbouring old brick base right next to them since the walls were impossible to move. So we place some columns one meter away from the wall adjacent to the neighbor, this caused a part overhang of the floor. The entire layout of the room was also re-divided by the column inside.Save this picture!Courtyard with the door opened. Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectSave this picture!South room. Image Courtesy of Jí Architect03 Limitations on the space areaThe original space was divided into three independent and scatted small rooms due to the in-between courtyard and storey height. Since the functions of the redeveloped building were undefined, the space should be kept intact, and be maximized to provide more possibilities. We also opened up the interfaces of two rooms facing to the courtyard, and by switching open the folding door, the two rooms in the northern and southern parts can be integrated by the courtyard as a whole.Save this picture!2nd floor of north room. Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectSave this picture!Long sectionSave this picture!Detail of step shape . Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectTo make the best use of the natural sight and wonderful view over the hutong on the second floor, a bridge with steps was built, fitted in the courtyard scenery and connecting the northern room and the roof terrace of the southern part. The bridge, the terrace,the passages, and interior stairway were combined to create a new spacial circulation, enriching the spacial experience in this courtyard house.Save this picture!Window frame of north room. Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectWe intended to create rich experiences in this small and confined space,by playing with the height differences, the organization of the space, and the interfaces treatment. The redevelopment project has demonstrated one of Jí Architect’s innovative solutions under various limitations to the new planning of a hutong.Save this picture!Roof terrace with view of national theatre and hutong roof landscape . Image Courtesy of Jí ArchitectProject gallerySee allShow lessVoid Garden / TAOASelected ProjectsHouse in Higashisumiyoshi / Horibe AssociatesSelected Projects Share Year: China CopyAbout this officeJi ArchitectOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationBeijingOn InstagramOn FacebookChinaPublished on September 01, 2020Cite: “Hutong Courtyard House / Ji Architect” 31 Aug 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
By Andy Eubank – Jan 11, 2018 Home Indiana Agriculture News A New Hoosier Member of AFBF Women’s Leadership Committee Board Facebook Twitter Ramsey-on-womens-leadershipThere is a new Hoosier farm woman on the American Farm Bureau Federation Women’s Leadership Committee board. Cindy Ramsey from southeast of Indianapolis in Shelby County was elected the Midwestern representative in Nashville during the AFBF convention. Ramsey is excited for the chance to build on her Indiana Farm Bureau women’s leadership experience. The program provides important training and education for women who are or want to be strong advocates for modern agriculture.“I’m very excited about advocating for agriculture and this is another avenue for me to learn more and have more to bring back to Indiana as well as be on the national platform and its opportunities,” she told HAT in Nashville. “I’ve been with Indiana Farm Bureau for about 15 years. I started as a local board member and saw the need to get involved more and move up the ladder.”Ramsey is also INFB’s District 8 education and outreach coordinator. While she still has responsibilities on the farm, there is more time now for Farm Bureau work than the early days would have allowed.“I was originally a tractor driver on the farm but as the boys grew I was able to retire from that, so I’m the gopher on the farm and the meal deliverer. I still love being with the farm,” she said, but “the equipment is just a little bigger than I care for anymore!”Ramsey, her husband Phil, and two sons run the grain operation and they also own and operate a drainage and tile business called Ramsey Farms Ag Enterprises.The Ramsey’s were honored at the INFB State Convention in French Lick in December, being named Indiana Farm Family of the Year, the award sponsored by Beck’s Hybrids and Indiana AgriNews.Joining Ramsey for two-year terms on the AFBF Women’s Leadership Committee are Jennifer Cross, Maryland and Lou Nave, Tennessee. Lillian Ostendorf of Montana was re-elected to a two-year term on the committee. Facebook Twitter SHARE Previous articleNew Technology Will Keep Nitrogen in the FieldNext articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for January 11, 2018 Andy Eubank SHARE A New Hoosier Member of AFBF Women’s Leadership Committee Board
to go further PakistanAsia – Pacific Photo : JAHANZAIB HAQUE / Express Tribune Pakistani supreme court acquits main suspect in Daniel Pearl murder Pakistani journalist critical of the military wounded by gunfire Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists RSF_en April 21, 2021 Find out more News News News Follow the news on Pakistan PakistanAsia – Pacific Organisation Receive email alerts June 2, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders condemns a shooting attack on a building that houses two daily newspapers and a TV station in the southern business capital of Karachi on 16 August, and a bomb attack on TV reporter Zafar Wazir’s home in South Waziristan, in the northwestern Tribal Areas, on 11 August.“We are shocked by these attacks, which were clearly designed to reduce journalists to silence,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The investigation that the prime minister has ordered into the Karachi attack must be pursued until the end in order to identify those responsible and bring them to justice.“We also call for a full investigation into the bombing of Zafar Wazir’s home. The authorities need to respond appropriately to the climate of violence to which journalists are exposed throughout the country and, in particular, in Waziristan and the other Tribal Areas. Effective measures are needed to combat the spread of such acts of violence.”The English-language daily Express Tribune reported that four unidentified men on two motorcycles fired a total of 22 shots at the building that houses Express Tribune, the Urdu-language daily Express News and the Express News TV station on 16 August, injuring a woman and a security guard. According to reports, the gunmen deliberately fired on the building’s security guards.Express News CEO Ijazul Haq told Reporters Without Borders that for the time being there was “no clue” as to the identity of those responsible. Criminal gangs, political parties and other groups often use violence to intimidate journalists and media owners. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has ordered the Sindh provincial government to investigate this attack.The bomb that exploded outside Zafar Wazir’s home in Wana, in South Waziristan, on 11 August destroyed the front door and badly damaged three rooms but caused no injuries.“Fortunately, no member of my family was hurt by the explosion,” he told Reporters Without Borders. A reporter for Khyber News, a Pashtun-language TV station and a member of the Tribal Union of Journalists, Wazir said he thought the bombing was linked to his journalistic work because he had no personal enemies. “Three or four days before the explosion, I did several stories for Khyber News about alleged corruption and the lack of medical care establishments in Wana and the surrounding areas and these stories may have upset some people,” he said, without accusing either the government or any Taliban group.As a result of the bombing, Wazir has decided to relocate to Peshawar for safety reasons.Wazir previously left South Waziristan along with many other journalists in 2004, when Taliban violence was on the rise in the province, and subsequently based himself in Dera Ismail Khan, a district on the South Waziristan border.Two journalists, Amir Nawab and Allah Noor, were killed in an ambush on a vehicle carrying a group of reporters to Wana on 7 February 2005 to cover a Taliban warlord’s surrender.A total of six journalists have been killed since the start of 2013 in Pakistan. They include Malik Mumtaz Khan, who was gunned down in Miranshah, in North Waziristan, on 27 February.Pakistan’s intelligence agencies, the various armed groups in the southwestern province of Balochistan and the Taliban leader, Mullah Omar, are on the 2013 Reporters Without Borders list of Predators of Press Freedom. The country is ranked 159th in the 2013 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index. News Help by sharing this information January 28, 2021 Find out more August 19, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Attacks on media building in Karachi, TV reporter’s home in Waziristan
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Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. More Cool Stuff Business News Community News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website The next time you attend a world class event at the Rose Bowl Stadium, take time to notice the high school and college students dressed in green tee-shirts assisting the patrons in sorting the events waste. The students are a part of the Rose Bowl Stadium’s efforts to recover waste generated during football, soccer and concert events. As a way to educate and inform event patrons on sustainability and proper waste disposal, the Rose Bowl Stadium in 2017 partnered with Ideal Youth internship and job training program to create the “Green Team”, comprised of local high school and college students interested in the field of environmental studies. During stadium events, the students are also behind the scenes actively assisting in administering waste sorting and data collection process ensuring the organic materials are sustainably managed.The Rose Bowl Stadium commitment to local youth education prompted them to reach out to Ideal Youth as a way to provide local students with hands on experience in the areas of environmental science, recycling and sustainability, in addition to transferable work skills such as customer service, team building and effective communication.In October 2014 Governor Brown signed Assembly Bill 1826 requiring businesses that generate a specified amount of organic waste per week to arrange for recycling services for that waste. Organic waste includes: food waste, green waste, landscape and pruning waste, nonhazardous wood waste, and food-soiled paper waste that is mixed with food waste. 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Top StoriesDelhi High Court Says Centre Failed To Supply Oxygen As Per Orders; Issues Show-Cause Notice For Contempt Shreya Agarwal4 May 2021 5:15 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court on Monday pulled up the Centre for its failure to meet the assurance with regard to the supply of 700MT per day liquid medical oxygen to the Delhi Government in line with the directions passed by the Supreme Court.A division bench comprising Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli has directed the presence of Central Government officers Sumita Dawra and Piyush Goyal, who are handling oxygen allocation to states, tomorrow, to explain the failure to comply with the High Court and Supreme Court’s order to supply the required oxygen to the Delhi Government to treat critical COVID patients.”We direct Central government to show cause why contempt action should not be taken for non-compliance of our order of May 1 and Supreme Court order..”, the bench ordered.The Supreme Court, in an order passed on April 30, had directed the Central Government to rectify the oxygen deficit of NCT of Delhi on or before the midnight of May 3. The direction was passed based on an assurance of the Solicitor General that the oxygen needs of Delhi will be met.The Delhi High Court had also passed a similar order in an emergency sitting held on Saturday, May 1.Asking the Centre “Are you living in ivory towers? Where are you living”, the bench remarked thus: “What you’re saying is that because Delhi Government didn’t raise the demand people should be allowed to die now? Is this what it’s come to? You want to quibble while people are losing lives?”On Oxygen Supply and Shortage of Oxygen TankersDuring the course of hearing, Senior Advocate Rahul Mehra appearing on behalf of the GNCTD apprised the Bench that the Centre has to manage not only the issue of oxygen supply but also regarding the tankers also.”We are not only an oxygen surplus country but also a tanker surplus country”, argued Mehra.Hearing the aforesaid submission, the Bench pointed out that it was the responsibility of the Centre to provide 700 MT of oxygen supply and that in case of any failure, it will be held for contempt.In view of this, certain issues with regard to allocation of oxygen supply and connected concerns were flagged by the amicus curiae Senior Advocate Rajshekhar Rao.”Delhi is allocated 30 MT from India Glycols, Kashipur. But it’s not getting this, and can never get it. A plant in Dehradun faces 6 hrs power cut everyday because of which production dips. So despite the allocation we are looking at many real-time issues. Beyond a point noone can be blamed. So what we need to do is augment supply. Because if 590 MT is allocated, 490 will perhaps be supplied”, Rao submitted.In view of this, Additional Solicitor General Chetan Sharma informed the Court that 12 new tankers have been provided to Delhi yesterday and that there were suppliers present on the war room group.At this juncture, the Court directed Rao to file a report on the issues in the post lunch hearing session.During the course of hearing, the Bench questioned the Centre over the compliance with 700 MT oxygen for Delhi. To this, ASG Sharma, agreeing that the same is substantial, said that he had no instructions regarding it at the moment. He also informed the Court that a report will be filed by the Centre in the Apex Court on the issue.”Please don’t tell us that it’s a Supreme Court order so you’ll show a report to them. You are bound by our order. Just because we told the officers that contempt is the last thing on our mind, doesn’t mean it’s not there. Just like SC passed an order, we too passed an order. Contempt may be the last thing but it’s very much there. Enough is enough, we mean business.” The Bench remarked.Furthermore, remarking “Are you living in ivory towers? Where are you living?”, the Bench asked the Centre thus:”What you’re saying is that because Delhi Govt didn’t raise the demand people should be allowed to die now? Is this what it’s come to? You want to quibble while people are losing lives?” Disagreeing to the submission of the Centre that the Supreme Court had not directed 700MT of oxygen to be delivered, the Bench took note of the fact that the affidavit is being filed by the Centre in the Apex Court tomorrow.”Just like SC passed an order, we too passed an order. Contempt may be the last thing but it’s very much there. Enough is enough, we mean business. Please come to Para 29(of SC order), it says 700 MT – very specific direction”, the bench asserted that the Supreme Court order had mentioned that the daily need of Delhi was 700 MT.Stating that the Centre has failed to meet its assurance, the Bench observed thus:”We reject the submission of Mr. Sharma and Ms. Bhati that GNCTD is not entitled to receive 700 MT of oxygen per day in light of the existing medical infrastructure. It pains us that this issue should be viewed the way it’s been done by the Central Govt.”The Bench therefore directed the presence of Central Government officers Mr. Piyush Goyal and Ms.Sumita Dawra before the Court tomorrow.On Army Deployment and Delhi Government’s Request Seeking Support of Armed ForcesSenior Advocate Krishnan Venugopal apprised the Bench that the Centre’s response on Delhi Government’s Request seeking armed forces help in creating additional COVID facilites was still awaited.”This is the exact situation in which the Army is expected to be deployed. Even if they can tell us they will help, in principle, and seek time to analyze the situation.” Venugopal submitted.In view of this, ASG Sharma responded thus:”We have escalated the matter and it’s being looked into. Once Army is requisitioned, it’s not just requisitioning. Infrastructure and other facilities also need to be made available.”At this juncture, the Court asked ASG Sharma to inform reasons in case there are any for not deploying the army in dealing with the issue. On Misinformation, Lack of Covid Related Information Available to the Public and Sister ConcernsDuring the course of hearing post in the post lunch session, the Court observed that Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) must take steps to increase social awareness with respect to the misinformation and lack of information available with the public at large in connection with covid 19 pandemic.”You need to educate people what to expect when. Even after Covid-19 it’s a very dangerous stage. The protocol regarding Covid-19 must be circulated amongst all”, the Bench observed.At this stage, Amicus Curiae Rao said that people must not indulge in hoarding of oxygen cylinders. Moreover, he also suggested that media channels also need to report such issues and that Government channels can be used to disseminate misinformation.While ASG Sharma apprised the Bench that the AIIMS-ICMR protocol may be translated into vernacular, Mehra suggested that AIIMS Director, Dr. Guleria’s videos can be put on the website in order to provide information to the public.”Almost everyday there is a press conference of the Delhi Chief Minister, we will take it forward. The amicus’ point is well taken.” Mehra stated.In view of this, ASG Sharma also went ahead to suggest that Mohalla Clinics may come in very handy at this time and should be used for Covid testing. Responding to the aforesaid submission, Mehra stated that while the clinics are world class, they are currently used for free Non-Covid testing, and due to the size, wouldn’t be able to provide for social distancing.While telling Mehra that it was in fact the time to “stand up” for the Delhi Government, the Bench asked what use are Mohalla Clinics if they can’t be used in the present Covid times. On the issue of medications, Senior Advocate Venugopal submitted that steroids, though the only known drug to work, must be resorted to on prescription only and that Remdesivir does not reduce mortality.At this juncture, the Bench suggested that a mobile app may be developed where people can upload particulars and a pool of doctors can give consultations to covid patients. Edited by Nupur ThapliyalClick Here To Read OrderTagsDelhi High Court Oxygen Crisis Oxygen Supply COVID -19 second covid wave GNCTD Delhi government Next Story
Message* Ryan is also allegedly visible in security footage taken of the crowd that entered the Capitol. At one point while livestreaming from the Capitol steps, she turns her phone’s camera to face herself, and says, “y’all know who to hire for your Realtor. Jenna Ryan for your Realtor.”The complaint also states that Ryan posted a since-deleted tweet that said, “We just stormed the Capital. It was one of the best days of my life.”In an interview with Spectrum News, Ryan said that she “answered the call” from President Donald Trump to be at the Capitol, the Dallas Morning News reported.Realtor trade groups have widely condemned the mob attack, and some have suspended political contributions in the wake of the events of Jan. 6.But it’s unclear if agents who participated in the unrest will face repercussions from the National Association of Realtors or from their respective states. The Texas Real Estate Commission released a statement this week in which it said that a Realtor’s license can be suspended if he or she is convicted of a felony or criminal act that involves fraud, but outside of that, revocation is “limited to conduct the license holder undertakes while engaged in real estate brokerage.”NAR, meanwhile, told Inman that participation in the insurrection does not violate the trade association’s newly amended code of ethics, which now bans public hate speech. It did say, however, that it has not ruled out penalizing those who stormed the Capitol.“We stand with federal law enforcement as they work to thoroughly investigate this week’s events and ensure all those accused of breaking the law are prosecuted to the fullest extent,” a spokesperson for NAR told Inman.Chicago real estate agent Libby Andrews was fired from her job at @properties after her involvement in the chaos in D.C. came to light. It’s unclear if she has been charged with any crimes.Contact Amy Plitt Jenna Ryan was part of a group who flew on a private plane from Denton, Texas, to Washington, D.C., with the intention of joining the protestors (Twitter.com/DotJenna)A Texas real estate agent is facing criminal charges for her participation in last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol Building.Jenna Ryan, a Realtor based in Frisco, Texas, was charged with disorderly conduct and “knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority,” according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court on Friday.She was part of a group who flew on a private plane from Denton, Texas, to Washington, D.C., with the intention of joining the protestors, some of whom subsequently breached the Capitol on Jan. 6.Ryan is self-employed, according to her LinkedIn page. Her company’s website is down and she could not immediately be reached. But in an interview with HousingWire earlier this week, Ryan disputed her involvement in the destruction at the Capitol. “I was just there to let my voice be heard and document the events,” Ryan said. “I was not part of the violence.”ADVERTISEMENTBut according to the complaint, filed in U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia, Ryan repeatedly filmed her involvement in the unrest and allegedly referenced “storming the Capitol” several times.Before the event, she posted a video to Facebook in which she said, “We’re gonna go down and storm the capitol. They’re down there right now and that’s why we came and so that’s what we are going to do. So wish me luck.”Read moreReal estate trade groups reconsider donations after Capitol unrestReal estate industry denounces “insurrection” in DCNational Association of Realtors among biggest donors to “sedition caucus” Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Email Address* Full Name* Tags2020 ElectionReal Estate and PoliticsResidential Real Estate Share via Shortlink