“COPY” Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsFiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0WoodBruagBalcony BalustradesWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsText description provided by the architects. During the first visit to the place, the team already realized that this project would be special. Located in a fantastic enclave, the plot had the ideal characteristics for designing the perfect home for our customers. The resulting design complements the pre-existing volume without taking away its prominence.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensSave this picture!Ground FloorOne of the premises of the clients was to dedicate part of the built volume to house their esteemed collection of vintage cars and motorcycles. Following this pretext, the volumes were organized in such a way that they mixed together, giving privacy to the spaces and a place of ‘continuous exhibition’ for their collection.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensSave this picture!First FloorThe project consists of 3 volumes: the main body, where the heart of the house is located, a longitudinal volume for service areas and another one opening to the exterior. The first of them maintains the character of the constructions of the area, while the other two blocks extend into the space giving way to a much more modern and blunt materiality.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensSave this picture!West Elevation / South ElevationSave this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensThe spaces on the ground floor have a direct connection to the exterior, but always maintaining their privacy, thanks to the change of height of the garden.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensA carefully chosen interior design of the house contributes to the warmth, sobriety and at the same time modernity, requested by the clients.Save this picture!© Alfredo J. LlorensProject gallerySee allShow lessUpcycling Wood: Disused Materials Transformed Into Valuable And Useful ObjectsArticlesJuan Herreros on His Thriving Career in Architecture and AcademiaArticles Share Architects: ART Proyectos y Arquitectura Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/917260/the-cabin-house-art-proyectos-y-arquitectura Clipboard Arturo Roldán ArchDaily Projects Save this picture!© Alfredo J. Llorens+ 11Curated by Clara Ott Share Manufacturers: Foscarini, HAY, Normann Copenhagen, Grant Featherston, Mimax The Cabin House / ART Proyectos y Arquitectura Spain 2018 “COPY” The Cabin House / ART Proyectos y ArquitecturaSave this projectSaveThe Cabin House / ART Proyectos y Arquitectura Photographs: Alfredo J. Llorens Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses CopyHouses, Extension•Chiva, Spain Lead Architect: Area: 690 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/917260/the-cabin-house-art-proyectos-y-arquitectura Clipboard Photographs CopyAbout this officeART Proyectos y ArquitecturaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionChivaSpainPublished on May 17, 2019Cite: “The Cabin House / ART Proyectos y Arquitectura” [Casa La Cabaña / ART Proyectos y Arquitectura] 17 May 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Linkedin Email Twitter Advertisement NewsLocal NewsDangers of uploading smart phone photosBy admin – September 21, 2011 420 Facebook THE dangers of uploading photographs of children, taken using smart phones, to social networking sites, has been highlighted by local gardaí.Crime Prevention Officer at Henry Street Garda Station Brian Broderick explained that GPS features on smart phones can identify the location where the photograph is taken, which can be viewed once it is uploaded to sites such as Facebook or Twitter.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “This issue has already been well publicised in the US and I believe that it is important that people in Ireland be aware of the dangers associated with posting up photographs online, that have been taken using smart phones”, said Sergeant Broderick.“The built in GPS capability on most smart phones allows various functions, including the camera, to be enabled.“A photograph taken while the camera function on the phone is GPS enabled, will contain the location co-ordinates.“Software that is readily available on the internet will allow anyone to view on a map the location where it was taken, be that a child’s home, school or playground.“The possible dangers to the child are obvious”.He stressed that these dangers could easily be avoided by turning off the GPS function on the phone’s camera, by accessing the setting’s menu, and turning off the location setting on the camera function.“Any person who is unsure how to do this should contact their phone provider for assistance”. WhatsApp Previous articleCulture LCGANext articleUL saddened by death of Knight of Glin admin Print
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News UpdatesNCLAT Sets aside NCLT Order To Add MCA As Party In All IBC Cases And Company Petitions [Read Order] Nilashish Chaudhary25 May 2020 4:07 AMShare This – xThe National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) set aside an order of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) which mandated the impleadment of the Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) as a party in all Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) matters and Company petitions. NCLAT was of the view that the order was tantamount to the imposition of a new rule, which was beyond the…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 National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) set aside an order of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) which mandated the impleadment of the Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) as a party in all Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) matters and Company petitions. NCLAT was of the view that the order was tantamount to the imposition of a new rule, which was beyond the powers of NCLT. Thus, allowing the Union Government’s appeal, the Tribunal held that the said order was untenable as it suffered from material irregularities and was patently illegal in the eyes of law. “This Tribunal comes to an inevitable and irresistible conclusion that the directions issued in respect of Application No.2024/ 19 filed by the Resolution Professional to implead the ‘Secretary of Ministry of Corporate Affairs’ as party Respondent in all cases of I&B Code is nothing but beyond the power of the Tribunal and it tantamounts to imposition of a new rule in a compelling fashion. In short, the impugned order making it applicable throughout the country to all the Benches of the National Company Law Tribunal is untenable one and the said order suffers from material irregularity and patent illegality in the eye of Law. As a logical corollary, this Tribunal, this Tribunal set aside the impugned order dated 22.11.2019 in (IB)-939(PB)/2018 in furtherance of substantial cause of justice. Consequently, the present Appeal succeeds”, ordered NCLAT. In November 2019, the Principal Bench of NCLT had issued directions that MCA, through its Secretary, would be impleaded as a respondent party in all cases of the IBC and Company Petitions, on grounds that authentic records would then be made available by the officers of MCA for proper appreciation of the matter. The same was to be applicable throughout the country, to all the Benches of NCLT. Aggrieved by the same, the Centre preferred an appeal in NCLAT and the operation of the Order was stayed. In its challenge, the Centre argued that NCLT could not pass an order which was in the “nature of rule”, as rule making powers were the exclusive domain of the Government. Averring to the same, it was urged that the order was “bristled with numerous infirmities” as the Tribunal did not even issue a notice to the Centre before passing such an order. With regard to the issue of availability of authentic records, the Centre apprised the Tribunal that the Companies (Registration of Offices and Fees) Rules, 2014 and Section 399(1) (a) & (b) of the Companies Act, 2013 had provided for inspection and furnishing the certified copies of the documents kept by the Registrar on payment of requisite fees. It was further submitted that a Corporate Insolvency Resolution Professional is bound to produce the record, which is available in public for analysis and scrutiny on the MCA Portal. Taking note of these submissions, the 3-member Bench headed by Justice Venugopal M held that impleading a party is a subjective issue which must be considered carefully on a case to case basis. Emphasizing that such “wholesale, blanket and omnibus directions cannot be issued in single stroke”, the Bench enunciated that a notice must always be issued to a newly impleaded party, when such impleadment is deemed necessary. It was thus held:- “Whether a party is a proper/ necessary party for an effective and efficacious adjudication of the controversy involved in a given case, although it is for the concerned Tribunal/ Court/ Authority to subjectively consider the same based on facts and circumstances of a case, which float on the surface. In this regard, with an utmost care, caution and circumspection a finding has to be rendered by passing necessary orders in a objective and dispassionate manner for impleading a party to take part in the main arena of proceedings. Undoubtedly, a notice will have to be issued to the newly impleaded party and a just, fair and final order can only be passed after hearing the Objections/ Reply of the said party.” The Bench also went on to opine that observing the tenets of natural justice was of paramount importance. In the present case, the Bench held, these tenets had not been followed as the Centre had not been afforded an adequate opportunity to be heard. “In the instant case on hand, this Tribunal on going through the impugned order dated 22.11.2019 passed by the National Company Law Tribunal, New Delhi, Principal Bench in (IB)-939(PB)/2018, is of the considered opinion that the Appellant was not provided with an adequate opportunity of being heard in the subject matter in issue, except directions being issued in regard to the filing of affidavit on the issues therein and the filing of parawise reply.” It went on to lay down that if a Tribunal were to pass an order, without affording an opportunity of hearing to the parties, the same would be unsustainable in law. Only upon providing a reasonable opportunity of being heard to the other side can a Tribunal pass appropriate orders, it added. To this end, it was held that:- “…when an order like the impugned one is passed by the ‘Tribunal’ or ‘Competent Authority’ without hearing the party concerned, by not following the ‘principles of Natural Justice’ by not initially ordering notice and not taking into consideration of the objections of that party, certainly, it will result in serious miscarriage of justice, besides causing undue hardship.”Click Here To Download Order[Read Order] Next Story
James “Buster” Douglas’ mother passing away just over three weeks before his heavyweight championship bout against Mike Tyson served as the underdog’s greatest motivating factor in knocking out “The Baddest Man on The Planet.”But Douglas had additional motivation leading up to the 1990 bout, which still stands as arguably the greatest upset in sports history ahead of its 30-year anniversary. When asked if anything could be counted as a greater upset in sports, Douglas said, “I don’t think so. Nah. It’s an amazing honor.”Although Douglas wound up losing the WBA, WBC, IBF and lineal heavyweight titles to Evander Holyfield eight months later, his incredible victory against Tyson cemented his place in sports history.”The reason why I turned pro was to leave my mark on this world, and I’m glad to say I accomplished that,” Douglas said. “Out of all these billions of people in the world, my name will resonate forever.” MORE: Join DAZN and watch Canelo Alvarez vs. Rocky Fielding on Dec. 15″It was the media that really wasn’t taking me serious because they really weren’t giving me any chance,” Douglas told Sporting News in New York City on Friday before a screener for ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary titled “42 to 1,” which premieres Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN.The title refers to the lopsided odds that were placed on the fight, although Douglas wasn’t aware of them as he headed toward the bout at the Tokyo Dome.”I knew they were ridiculous,” Douglas said of the odds, “but I didn’t know how bad they were.””Buster” did know the media was treating the match as a foregone conclusion, however. Everyone anticipated Tyson recording another KO. Questions from reporters mirrored that feeling at the time.”It was like, ‘Buster, how much do you think you’re going to weigh? What color trunks are you going to wear?’” Douglas said. “I’m serious! They were scratching their heads like, ‘What the f— are we going to ask him?’”Looking back, “Buster” couldn’t blame them for assuming he would lose. A then-23-year-old heavyweight world champion, Tyson entered the ring with a 37-0 record, including 33 KOs to his name, carving out a reputation as the most ferocious puncher in boxing.”Realistically, they got caught up in that,” Douglas said of the media being captivated by the aura of Tyson. “By the time we fought, Mike was proven to be a world beater, a legitimate champion. He beat some formidable guys. I don’t blame [the media]. They’re going off what they see. But I think you should still treat a guy with respect because he gets in there.”And it wasn’t just the media writing off Douglas before the fight.”[My mom] went and told all her friends that I was going to win — ‘Buster is going to knock Mike Tyson out,'” Douglas said. “They still didn’t believe her. They didn’t know nothing about the boxing game. They only knew what they seen and they seen this wrecking ball. If you weren’t decapitating people, you had no chance against this man.”MORE: Join DAZN and watch Canelo plus more than 100 fight nights a yearDouglas went on to prove that he had more than a puncher’s chance. The sports world wasn’t ready for what was about to happen — against all odds — on Feb. 11, 1990 in Tokyo.”It took about four or five rounds for people to realize that ‘S—, this dude is fighting Mike,'” Douglas said. “He wasn’t doing what he usually did. Any other time, the fight would’ve been over. He would have been going in there like a hell-beater. He thought he could do that to me, but he found out it was going to be a long night.”The bout saw a battered Tyson knock Douglas down with a right uppercut during the waning seconds of the eighth round, but the challenger roared back in the ninth, paving the way for the round of his life.Connecting on a few left jabs to gauge his range, Douglas landed a pulverizing right uppercut, following it up with a vicious left-right-left hook combination that sent Tyson crashing to the mat. The image of “Iron” Mike with scrambled faculties patting around the canvas to search for his mouthpiece remains one of the most shocking boxing moments of all time.