ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/447229/casa-para-un-coleccionista-christian-dupraz-architectes Clipboard Houses Photographs: Courtesy of Christian Dupraz Architectes Save this picture!Courtesy of Christian Dupraz ArchitectesRecommended ProductsFiber Cements / CementsULMA Architectural SolutionsPaper Facade Panel in Leioa School RestorationMetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformWoodEGGERWood-based materials in EGGER Headquarters“I’d like a massive house, safe and fragrant like my childhood. I will make you a sheltered house like the ones I love.” It is through an on going conversation between the architect and client that the realisation of this house was achieved. On an exceptional site, along the edge of the centre of Geneva, this white house, with its pure geometry, is a part in itself. If the square plan is the basis for its composition, it surprises through its malleability and functional complexity. Save this picture!Courtesy of Christian Dupraz ArchitectesThe central staircase sets the tone for the vertical distribution; it is the vital object that dispenses all the various rooms in a compositional game close to the Raumplan by Adolf Loos. Through the offset of the plan and the biased position of the ridge, together with the affirmation of two identical pinions, the house offers amazing form variations on the façade. The multiple window frames of varying dimensions situate the house in a contemporary reinterpretation of a certain tradition.Save this picture!SectionProject gallerySee allShow lessEstar House / REC ArquitecturaSelected ProjectsLa Petite Brioche / Binomio EstudioSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/447229/casa-para-un-coleccionista-christian-dupraz-architectes Clipboard House for an Art Collector / Christian Dupraz Architectes ArchDaily Save this picture!Courtesy of Christian Dupraz Architectes+ 16 Share House for an Art Collector / Christian Dupraz ArchitectesSave this projectSaveHouse for an Art Collector / Christian Dupraz Architectes Year: Projects “COPY” Area: 690 m² Area: 690 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Christian Dupraz Architectes Area Area of this architecture project Switzerland “COPY” 2010 CopyHouses•Cologny, Switzerland 2010 Year: Photographs CopyAbout this officeChristian Dupraz ArchitectesOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesColognyHousesSwitzerlandPublished on November 12, 2013Cite: “House for an Art Collector / Christian Dupraz Architectes” 12 Nov 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Smartchange.org has launched its first free services to the voluntary sector, offering to connect charities to corporations and their employees. They are inviting charities throughout the United Kingdom to register their details on the Smartchange web site (www.smartchange.org).Smartchange.org has launched its first free services to the voluntary sector, offering to connect charities to corporations and their employees. They are inviting charities throughout the United Kingdom to register their details on the Smartchange web site (www.smartchange.org).Smartchange’s information service to corporations is aimed to encourage “millions of employees” to donate funds and volunteer their time to charities. Advertisement 13 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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. Howard Lake | 8 November 2000 | News Founded by ex-fundraiser Gareth Williamson, smartchange is a not-for-profit company. Gareth recognised that corporate donors and individuals can find it difficult to identify volunteer organisations in their area that fit in with their objectives.As a result, Smartchange will “give greater exposure to a charity’s regular activities as well as their special projects.” Conveniently, the organisation share offices with two of their strategic partners – Community Action Network (CAN) and TimeBank. Next year smartchange will offer “additional new media services” to its members so that charities, regardless of size, can benefit from new technology.Visit Smartchange. Smartchange.org launches AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
Thousands of fast food workers fighting for a $15 hourly wage and union protection walked off their jobs on Sept. 4 in more than 150 U.S. cities. Some 465 workers and their supporters were arrested during the one-day strike for engaging in acts of civil disobedience, blocking streets around McDonald’s, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and other fast food chains.This was the 10th day of strikes since the campaign began 21 months earlier in New York City after “Thanksgiving” 2012. It was also the first strike since 1,300 fast food workers held a national convention in July outside of Chicago, where workers vowed to do “whatever it takes” to win their goals.With wages as low as $7.25 an hour, fast food workers’ earnings average $18,880 a year — below the federal poverty level for a family of two. More than 52 percent of these workers are forced to rely on public assistance. Meanwhile, U.S. fast food restaurants expect profits of $7.2 billion this year, according to research company IBISWorld, with fast food CEOs paid 1,200 times more than their workers.Protests from coast to coastFast food workers employed by Wendy’s, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Sonic, Long John Silver’s, Jr. Crickets and other chains took to the busy streets of Atlanta, where they were joined by home health care workers, union members from the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, the Communication Workers, the Service Employees, UNITE HERE, the Teamsters, the United Auto Workers, the Food and Commercial Workers and several postal workers unions, as well as faith and community groups.The first protest began at 6 a.m. outside a midtown Burger King. At lunchtime more than 150 people gathered in front of Wendy’s at a busy intersection, then marched to a nearby McDonald’s. Occupying a major thoroughfare, chanting “We can’t survive on $7.25!” 10 workers sat down on the street holding a banner reading “Whatever it takes.”The police shut the street down in both directions. No cars entered the McDonald’s drive-thru, nor were pedestrians able to enter the restaurant during the peak noontime hour. As police ordered them to move, young Black workers threw their hands up and chanted “Hands up! Don’t shoot!” — the phrase heard in Ferguson and across the U.S. demanding an end to police abuse.More than 100 fast food protesters and supporters in Philadelphia marched a mile from a McDonald’s at Broad Street and Girard Avenue to a McDonald’s in Center City, chanting and holding signs demanding “$15 and a union.” The rally ended with the arrest of 11 workers who refused police orders to get off the street.Fast food workers and their supporters staged two actions in Oakland, Calif., starting at 6:30 a.m. with a march on a Jack In the Box that had fired three workers a week earlier after they signed union cards. With doors locked, workers pounded on the drive-thru window demanding a response from management on the firings. The next stop was a McDonald’s a block away, where workers marched inside for a half-hour rally, chanting “¡McDonald’s escucha! ¡Estamos en la lucha!” [Listen up, McDonalds! We are in struggle!]Workers and supporters regrouped at 11 a.m. at Oscar Grant Plaza in downtown Oakland, and then took to the street. Blocking the intersection on Broadway and 13th Street in front of a Burger King for an hour, they chanted: “Hold the burgers! Hold the fries! Make our wages supersized!” Several fast food workers and union organizers then sat down in the street and were arrested, cited and released.Even after Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced a plan to raise the city’s minimum wage to $13.25 by 2017, hundreds of workers turned out to demand $15 an hour at two locations. At a South Los Angeles McDonald’s, protesters held a loud rally and then marched inside, chanting “L.A. is union territory!” Activists from the L.A. Workers Assembly signed up volunteers to petition to put a citywide minimum wage of $15 on the ballot in 2015. Union organizers and fast food workers signed up to get signatures in the four-month drive, soon to start.A San Diego rally and march for $15 and a union kicked off at 5:30 a.m., when more than 100 people gathered at a McDonald’s in the City Heights neighborhood. These courageous workers left work to raise awareness that people cannot survive on $7.75 or even $9 an hour. The action was hosted by the Coalition for Labor and Community Solidarity, a group of community activists, students, union members, and Walmart retail and fast food workers united to build strength among San Diego workers.Rally chair, the Rev. J. Lee Hill, reminded everyone of the long history of workers engaging in civil disobedience for change, from Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. to César Chávez. Eleven protesters, who sat at the intersection of University Avenue and the I-15 freeway entrance, were arrested, charged with unlawful assembly and later released. They said they were willing to get arrested to bring attention to the fact that everyday working families are making incredible sacrifices.There were numerous major low-wage worker actions in Wisconsin. In Madison and Milwaukee dozens of workers were arrested after walking off their jobs or not going to work at all, and then sitting in roadways to demand “$15 and a union.” Other actions took place in Wausau. The actions were organized by Raise Up MKE and Wisconsin Jobs Now with support from many labor and community organizations, including the Wisconsin AFL-CIO and Workers World Party.In Rockford, Ill., low-wage workers, including Fight Imperialism, Stand Together (FIST) member Tommy Cavanaugh, took arrests for blocking roadways to demand $15 and a union.In Durham, N.C., workers took over a series of busy intersections, blocking traffic in each for an hour or more, and then moving to the next location. Workers chanted and danced around those obstructing traffic, accompanied by supporters pounding on drums, for nearly three hours. When the protest reached one of the busiest intersections at West Main and Great Jones streets in the downtown area, 23 workers sat in the middle of the street for over an hour. Police eventually arrested 26 protesters, including the workers, two campaign organizers and an attorney supporting the movement.In Detroit hundreds of people began their demonstrations at 6:30 a.m., targeting a McDonald’s restaurant on the east side. Protesters blocked Mack Avenue on the city’s east side, prompting the police to move against demonstrators. Due to the 25 arrests, officers ran out of handcuffs.In many cases, police say, the protesters were given the option to be released from custody, if they would just stop blocking the street. Police said that some of the protesters refused to stop and were arrested.From Ferguson to NYCAround 200 fast food workers protested outside a McDonald’s on Detroit’s east side. Police arrested 42 people who were blocking an intersection. Another 23 workers were arrested in Chicago when more than 150 fast food workers protested outside a McDonald’s.In New York actions started before dawn, when fast food workers protesting against McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s and KFC blocked traffic in Times Square. Later around 400 protesters filled Times Square during morning rush hour. Some staged a sit-in at a McDonald’s, leading to the arrests of 34 cooks and cashiers. Demonstrators carried signs reading “Low Pay is Not OK” and “On Strike to Lift My Family Up.”Jeanina Jenkins, a McDonald’s worker from Ferguson, Mo., joined the New York fast food action out of respect for the family of Michael Brown. Jenkins said she believed the August protests over Brown’s death would be on the minds of many striking workers. “We’re fighting for the same thing, basically,” she said. (The Daily Rundown, Sept. 4)In addition to fighting for a living wage, the striking workers want McDonald’s and other fast food chains to agree not to block their unionization drives. For the first time, fast food workers’ protests in several cities were joined by home care workers, helping to push the fight for $15 to become a larger low-wage workers’ movement.Terri Kay, Dianne Mathiowetz, Bryan G. Pfiefer, Joe Piette, Scott Scheffer, Abayomi Azikiwe and Gloria Verdieu contributed to this report. WW photos: Sharon Black in Baltimore; John Parker in Los Angeles; Joseph Piette in Philadelphia; Gloria Verdieu in San Diego.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Frog Aides helps supports local businesses with on-campus ‘state fair’ event Previous articleThree TCU students AssaultedNext articleTCU experiences lower crime rate in August Makenzie Stallo RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Students help elders “Cycle Without Age” Makenzie Stallo Comedian Bo Burnham performing his opening number in the BLUU Ballroom on Friday, Sept 4, 2015. (Makenzie Stallo/TCU360) Makenzie Stallohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/makenzie-stallo/ Twitter Facebook Long time fans of Burnham’s comedy, sophomores Rebekah Stutheit and Laura Frazier, arrived at 6:30 p.m. to be the first in line for the show.“I’ve been watching his stuff on Netflix and YouTube since I was an eighth-grader,” Stutheit said. “A chance to see him live, I couldn’t pass it up.”Other students like first-years Kameron Reyes and Thomas Garlick were less familiar with the comedian, but were equally excited to see what Burnham would bring to TCU.“I didn’t know about Bo Burnham until I came here and then I watched one of his videos on Netflix the other day and his shows were just very different,” Reyes said.“I listened to one of his specials about math, of all things, so I figured someone that could make math funny could really make anything funny,” Garlick said.Burnham’s biggest hits of the night were his satirical songs juxtaposed with witty banter and improvisational observations about TCU and it’s students.There was rarely a moment when the ballroom was not filled with laughter.Sophomores Mary Grekstas and Hayley Henley agreed that the musical aspect of his performance was the best part of the show.Burnham is the first performer theEnd has brought to TCU this semester.Bo Burnham preforming one of his comedic songs in the BLUU Ballroom on Friday, Sept 4, 2015. (Makenzie Stallo/TCU360) Linkedin Makenzie Stallohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/makenzie-stallo/ Ann Louden’s Legacy Twitter Makenzie Stallohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/makenzie-stallo/ ReddIt ReddIt Students debut performances of drag personas as part of unique new course Final Frogs for the Cure celebration honors 12 years with Ann Louden Facebook printComedian Bo Burnham performed for a sold out show on Friday night.TheEnd sponsored the show that took place in the Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom.One thousand tickets were reserved by TCU students within eight hours of being made available and more were placed on a waitlist for theEnd’s second event of the semester.Burnham began the show by listing terrible things going on in the world, emphasizing that nothing is funny. Students familiar with Burnham’s ironic style of comedy knew that it meant big laughs were coming.TCU students waiting in line outside the BLUU Ballroom for the Bo Burnham performance on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015. (Makenzie Stallo/TCU360) Makenzie Stallo is a senior journalism major and French minor from Denton, Texas. She currently serves as a line editor. + posts Etiquette Dinner teaches valuable skills to Chancellor’s Scholars TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Makenzie Stallohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/makenzie-stallo/ Linkedin
Subscribe Community News Pasadena Sees 3 New COVID-19 Deaths, 13 New Cases on Friday State Surpasses 14,000 Fatalities By BRIAN DAY Published on Friday, September 11, 2020 | 3:57 pm Following more than a week without any reported COVID-19 fatalities, three additional deaths were reported in Pasadena on Friday, along with 13 new cases, city officials said,The three new deaths all took place at assisted living facilities, city spokeswoman Lisa Derderian said. They involved a man in his late-80s, a woman in her late-80s and a man in his 90s.,Derderian added that Pasadena Public Health Department officials had expected case numbers to increase from the single-digits seen in recent days as more people are able to get coronavirus tests following the Labor Day holiday weekend.She pointed to declining hospitalization rates as a positive sign.Huntington Hospital reported treating 22 COVID-19 patients on Friday. Five tests were pending.With smoke and ash from nearby wildfires creating horrendous air quality, Derderian urged everyone to “stay inside as much as possible, even if you are a healthy individual.”Runners exercising at the Rose Bowl loop on Friday told officials they thought their COVID-19 masks would protect them from smoke as well, according to Derderian. That is not the case.The tiny and hazardous particles generated by a wildfire can easily penetrate cloth coverings, Derderian said. Wearing a face mask should not lull people into a “false sense of security” whenIt comes to smoke.Officials at the county level reported 1,115 new detected infections and 43 additional deaths, bringing the county totals to 252,066 COVID-19 cases and cases and 6,171 fatalities.The daily number of hospitalizations throughout the county continued a steady decline, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said in a written statement.Officials reported 889 patients were being treated at county facilities, with 33% of them in intensive care units.“Similar to the numbers seen in early April, daily hospitalizations have dropped back to an average of under 1,000 hospitalizations a day,” according to the county statement.Health officials also noted three new cases of the COVID-19-related illness MIS-C in children in L.A. County, bringing the total to 34. No fatalities have been reported from MIS-C in the county.L.A. County Director of Public Health Barbara Ferrer used the occasion of the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks to pay homage to those who have died from the pandemic, as well as those fighting to stop it.“Today, as we remember the lives lost on September 11, 2001 and extend our gratitude to all the first responders for their courage and service, we also take a solemn pause to pay respect to the 6,171 people who lost their lives to COVID-19 in L.A. County and reflect on our heroic healthcare workers that have responded selflessly to the COVID-19 pandemic,” she said.“Our Country came together after 9/11 and forged a new path forward; today, we have also been asked to come together and learn how to live through the COVID-19 pandemic. We give thanks to all who helped us get through the devastation brought by 9/11, and to all who are helping us get through COVID-19,” Ferrer said.The county’s overall positivity rate remained at 10%, with more than 2.4 million tests administered, officials said.The California Department of Public Health announced 3,326 new infections and 111 new deaths on Friday. The state had recorded 746,191 total infections and 14,089 deaths in all since the onset of the pandemic.The statewide average positivity rate over the previous week was 3.7%, with the 14-day average at 4%, according to a CDPH statement.As of Friday, Los Angeles County accounted for 34% of California COVID-19 infections and 44% of the state’s total fatalities. Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Your email address will not be published. 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Twitter Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ Previous article19-year-old Finn Harps player fighting for his life after tragic fall while on holidaysNext articleFirst Meeting of the Shadow Derry City and Strabane District Council this evening News Highland Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry By News Highland – June 11, 2014 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Donegal South West Deputy Thomas Pringle is urging Inland Fisheries Ireland to take a step back following a heated altercation between IFI officials and local anglers at the Gweebarra River.He says this incident is reflective of the bad feeling over a number of years between the Donegal Game Angling Federation and the IFI regarding the dispute over €50 per day IFI permits which are the subject of an ongoing dispute in the courts.After a morning spent fishing on the Mayo Pool last Sunday, members of the Fintown Angling Club and the Rosses Angling Club, were confronted by IFI staff and asked to produce their permits.The situation then escalated requiring involvement by the Gardaí.Deputy Pringle says he would call on the IFI to respectfully back away while the issue of the permits is before the courts…………….Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/pring1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Deputy Pringle calls on IFI to step back in Gweebarra River dispute WhatsApp 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Twitter
RoschetzkyIstockPhoto/iStock(TAOS, N.M.) — A skier has died after getting trapped in an avalanche at Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico on Thursday, a ski resort official said Friday morning.A second person was injured in the incident.Both men were trapped for 22 minutes after the avalanche sent snow pummeling down a mountain around 11:45 a.m. local time on Thursday, Chris Stagg, vice president of Taos Ski Valley, Inc., told ABC News.Rescuers dug the skiers out and transported them to the University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque, Stagg said.Their names have not been released.After the avalanche, rescuers searched for other people possibly buried under the snow, ABC Albuquerque affiliate KOAT reported. The snow is so deep in some areas that probes being used to locate people cannot reach the bottom, Stagg said.It is unclear what triggered the avalanche, which occurred on the K3 shoot off Kachina Peak, the ski resort wrote on Twitter.The lift for Kachina Peak just opened on Wednesday, according to The Taos News. The lift rises to about 1,100 feet to take expert skiers and snowboarders to the top of the mountain, the newspaper reported. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
New network offers a lifeline to HROn 8 Jul 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article HRdirectors and managers working in the public sector can now share ideas andknowledge via a new networking initiative. TheHuman Resources Performance Improvement Network (HR PIN) has been set up by theInstitute of Public Finance to offer a forum to senior HR to exchange ideas andbest practice across the public sector.HRPIN will provide independent information and hands-on support through a seriesof events held nationally, which will draw attention to the need for strategicworkforce development and flexible ways of employing and managing staff.Membershave access to the HR PIN website, which gives information about publicannouncements and new research, plus hourly updates of news ‘snippets’. Furtherservices include a quarterly newsletter, weekly e-mail updates and additionalsources of information through in-house research and feedback from networkmembers.Thenetwork has an advisory panel made up of leading HR bodies including theSociety of Personnel Officers (Socpo) and the Chartered Institute of Personneland Development.Presidentof Socpo, Mary Mallett, said anything that enables HR professionals to shareinformation and get up-to-the-minute guidance and support should be encouraged.”It can be pretty lonely out there as an HR manager or director, andonline access and telephone advice can be very helpful,” she said.PennyBlundell, lead adviser to HR PIN, said the network offered a unique platformfor those in HR to work together, help develop good practice and build capacityacross the public sector.www.ipf.co.uk/humanresources Related posts:No related photos.
November 26, 2019 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Basketball Faces Kansas In Maui Invitational Semifinals FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLAHAINA, Hawaii-After a 78-63 win over UCLA Monday evening, BYU men’s basketball (4-2) has advanced to the semifinals of the Maui Invitational against legendary power Kansas (4-1) of the Big 12 Conference.First-year BYU head coach Mark Pope (4-2, .667 at BYU, 81-58, .583 as a collegiate head coach) has the Cougars playing at a high level as they shot a torrid 62 percent (31-50) from the field against the Bruins.Presently, the Cougars average 72.2 points per game, which ties them for 187th nationally in scoring offense with Minnesota.Being forced to play without star forward Yoeli Childs until the November 30 home game against Montana Tech, the Cougars have found other stellar contributors.Senior guard Jake Toolson (16.7 points, 4.2 rebounds per game), senior guard TJ Haws (12.5 points, 2.7 rebounds per game, a team-best 22 assists) and junior guard Alex Barcello (10.8 points, a team-best 9 steals) all score in double figures on average for the Cougars. Barcello and senior forward Dalton Nixon are tied for the team lead in blocked shots with 2 apiece.BYU’s defense surrenders 67.2 points per game. This ties the Cougars for 148th nationally in scoring defense with Southern Utah and Boston College.As has traditionally been the case, Kansas comes into this game as one of the best programs in the country.In his 17th season at Lawrence, Kan., head coach Bill Self (477-107, .817 at Kansas; 684-212, .763 as a head coach including stints at Oral Roberts and Oklahoma State) has another quality Jayhawks squad.The high-scoring Jayhawks average 84 points per game which ties them for 23rd nationally in scoring offense with Western Kentucky, Duke and Iowa.Sophomore guard Devon Dotson (18.8 points, 4 rebounds per game), senior center Udoka Azubuike (13.2 points, a team-best 8 rebounds per game and a team-best 9 blocks on the season) and senior guard Isaiah Moss (11 points per game, a team-best 55.6 field goal percentage from 3-point range) all score in double figures on average for Kansas.Junior guard Marcus Garrett has a team-best 23 assists for the Jayhawks and is tied for the team lead in steals (11) with sophomore guard Ochai Agbaji.Kansas only surrenders 62.6 points per game, ranking them 88th nationally in scoring defense.The Jayhawks lead the Cougars 3-1 all-time in a series dating back to 1959. Written by Brad James Tags: BYU Basketball/Kansas Basketball