MR House / Estúdio MRGB

first_imgPhotographs:  Haruo Mikami Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ArchDaily Save this picture!© Haruo Mikami+ 20Curated by Pedro Vada Share CopyHouses•Brasília, Brazil ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/889771/mr-house-estudio-mrgb Clipboard Projects “COPY” Architects: Estúdio MRGB Area Area of this architecture project Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/889771/mr-house-estudio-mrgb Clipboard Area:  525 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project center_img “COPY” MR House / Estúdio MRGB MR House / Estúdio MRGBSave this projectSaveMR House / Estúdio MRGB Year:  2016 Manufacturers: Alcoa, Arte ofício, Cinex, Lumini, Talentus Esquadrias, VidroCleanStructure:André TorresConstruction:Emival EngenhariaInstallations:André TorresAutomation:Victor MeloLandscaping:Mariana SiqueiraTeam:Igor Campos, Hermes Romão, Rodolfo Marques, Ana Orefice, Flavia GrobaCity:BrasíliaCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Haruo MikamiRecommended ProductsDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorDoorsdormakabaEntrance Doors – Revolving Door 4000 SeriesWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesText description provided by the architects. The residential area where the house MR is located is characterized by a sequence of medium and large houses, the majority of which are located in the front area of the site. This systematic inattentive occupation in relation to the topography and to the scale of a neighbourhood, that is essentially residential, has consolidated a dense building-like structure, very compact in comparison to the other streets of the residential condominium.Save this picture!© Haruo MikamiFaced with this scenario, we thought that we had to innovate in this consolidated urban context. The idea, apparently paradoxical, of building a house with approximately 600 m² that could be identified not by the grandiosity of its dimension, but precisely by the absence of it, and, in particular, by the discretion of its draw,  was one of the most challenging and appropriate alternatives we came up with. The design strategy was, therefore, directed to electing the void space, the non-built space, as the main element of the concept.Save this picture!© Haruo MikamiSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Haruo MikamiAs a mean to reach the pre-defined end, the house was located along to one of the borders of the site in a way to release, in the opposite direction, the necessary area to build in the void, which composes, and articulates with all the activities of the house. The landscape design creates a pleasant atmosphere. Both the social areas, allocated in the ground floor, and the intimate areas distributed in the first floor, were purposely planned to be around this space, the most relevant in its entirety, easily recognizable even from the street. All the delimited spaces open directly to the void as if they were part of it.Save this picture!First Floor PlanThe limits between the exterior and interior are subtle and lightly delimitated by the doors and windows frames. The spectator’s view easily passes through every place in the house, while being assisted by the constant sight of the landscape area, which functions as a spatial and sensorial orientation reference in relation to permanence and displacement within the house. The understanding of the space is also composed of the visual permeability generated in part, by the integration.Save this picture!© Haruo MikamiThe topography was carefully modified to establish a consistent tectonic relation between the built object and the site. The house sits gently on the site. So, through delicate changes and sections in the topography of the site, a very honest and harmonic dialogue was established between the building and the site. This corroborates with a definition of the house proportions that are appropriate to the scale of a residential area. The intention was to establish an easy way to read the architectonic language. Simple and over-layered volumes, carefully located at the site, define the residence’s spatial composition. Save this picture!© Haruo MikamiProject gallerySee allShow lessColored Windows in Ellsworth Kelly’s Last Artwork Add Dramatic Lighting to a Seclude…Architecture NewsThe Future of Housing: Drones, Automation and Co-HabitationArchitecture News Share Houses Brazil CopyAbout this officeEstúdio MRGBOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBrasíliaBrazilPublished on February 28, 2018Cite: “MR House / Estúdio MRGB” 28 Feb 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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“We Will Not Pass Orders, You Withdraw It”:Supreme Court Allows Centre To Withdraw Plea To Restrain Farmers’ Tractor Rally On Republic Day

first_imgTop Stories”We Will Not Pass Orders, You Withdraw It”:Supreme Court Allows Centre To Withdraw Plea To Restrain Farmers’ Tractor Rally On Republic Day LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK20 Jan 2021 12:22 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the Delhi police to withdraw its application seeking for an injunction against the tractor rally proposed to be carried out by farmers in Delhi on the Republic Day to show their protest against the contentious farm laws.”The norm is that police decides if permission should be granted or not. You are the executive of the country and have the authority…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 Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the Delhi police to withdraw its application seeking for an injunction against the tractor rally proposed to be carried out by farmers in Delhi on the Republic Day to show their protest against the contentious farm laws.”The norm is that police decides if permission should be granted or not. You are the executive of the country and have the authority to take the decision. You have powers to pass appropriate order please do that. The Court cannot interfere. We will not keep it pending,” the Supreme Court said. Delete CJI to AG & SG : We have told that it is for the police to decide. We won’t pass the orders. We will allow you to withdraw this application. You are the authority. You decide.#FarmersProtests #FarmLaws— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) January 20, 2021 The development comes after a bench comprising Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian refused to keep the application pending, while observing that the Delhi Police have the powers under law to check the law and order situation and that it is not a matter for the court to decide. On January 18, the Court had orally observed that it is for the Delhi police to decide on the entry of farmers and that the Court cannot be expected to pass orders on a law and order issue. “The question of entry into Delhi is a law and order situation that is to be determined by the police. We have told the AG and SG before that whether who should be allowed and who should not be allowed and the number of people who can enter are all matters of law and order to be dealt with the by the police. We are not the first authority. You are at liberty to invoke all powers under the law,” CJI SA Bobde had told the Attorney General. Today, on mentioning of the application by the Attorney General during hearing on the pleas against Farm laws, the CJI said, “We have told that it is for the police to decide. We won’t pass the orders. We will allow you to withdraw this application. You are the authority. You decide.” The AG told the Court 5000 tractors are going to enter Delhi. The Solicitor General urged the Court to keep the matter pending and consider it on January 25, to see how the situation develops. However, the three-Judge Bench refused to consider the matter citing Delhi Police’s authority under the law. Last week, the Supreme Court had told the Delhi Police that it is the ‘first authority’ to decide whether protesting farmers can be granted entry into the national capital or not. The Application filed by Delhi Police stated that it has come to the knowledge of security agencies that “a small group of protesting individuals/organisations have planned to carry out a tractor/trolley/vehicle march on Republic Day” and that the march is “slated to disturb and disrupt” the parade as well as create a law and order situation, thereby causing embarrassment to the nation. Highlighting that right to protest is subject to the countervailing public order and public interest, the Delhi Police submitted that the right cannot include “maligning the nation globally”. Noting that the Supreme Court is seized of the issues pertaining to the constitutionality of the Farm Acts and the Farmers’ protests, the Application sought for the Top Court to pass an injunction restraining such protest march scheduled on Republic Day. The Supreme Court had issued notice on the petition on January 12. The CJI later remarked that he need not tell the Union of India that it has powers under law to tackle the situation.On January 12, the top court had stayed the implementation of the farm laws until further orders after observing that the Centre has failed in its negotiations. The SC also constituted a committee for talks. The Committee was asked to submit a report within 2 months. The Court also observed that all farmers union “shall” appear before the Committee, thereby making it clear that it was mandatory for the unions to participate in the talks. However, the protesting unions said they will not appear before the committee.The SC observed in its order that the staying the implementation will “assuage hurt feelings of farmers” and will “encourage them to return”.A notable feature of the composition of the committee was that all four members- BS Mann, Ashok Gulati, Dr Pramod Kumar Joshi and Anil Ghanwat- have expressed open views in support of implementation of farm laws. The protesting unions said that they will not appear before a Committee which has only members representing a one-side view.Following backlash, BS Mann later announced that he was recusing from the court-appointed committee.In another significant development, one farmers’ union, Bhartiya Kisan Union Lokshakti, filed an application seeking the complete reconstitution of the Committee constituted by the SC for negotiations. 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