Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Albany, NY Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Tags Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Curate Diocese of Nebraska Rector Knoxville, TN Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Washington, DC Rector Smithfield, NC South Carolina Supreme Court says lower court will resolve enforcement of church property decision Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Press Release Service Submit an Event Listing Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector Belleville, IL [The Episcopal Church in South Carolina] Saying it is “confident” that the 1st Circuit Court will act “in an expeditious manner” to resolve the case, the South Carolina Supreme Court has denied a petition from The Episcopal Church in South Carolina (TECSC) and The Episcopal Church that asked the court to order enforcement of the 2017 decision to return control of diocesan property and 29 parish properties to The Episcopal Church and TECSC.In an order signed June 28, the Supreme Court denied a petition for writ of mandamus that asked it to require Circuit Judge Edgar W. Dickson to take action on the decision that the high court remitted to Dickson for enforcement nearly 2 years ago.Because Dickson “is in the process of scheduling hearings on the matters filed in the circuit court, we are confident that (the judge) will resolve the petition to enforce the judgment, as well as any related matters that are pending, in an expeditious manner,” the order says.The order was signed by Chief Justice Donald W. Beatty and Justices John W. Kittredge, John Cannon Few and George C. James Jr. Justice Kaye G. Hearn did not participate.The disputed properties currently are under the control of a group led by Bishop Mark Lawrence that left The Episcopal Church in 2012 and then sued the church in an attempt to keep the property.TECSC and The Episcopal Church filed the petition for writ of mandamus on March 20, noting it was seeking such an “extraordinary remedy” because the delay in enforcing the high court’s decision is continuing to cause harm to the church and its diocese.To date, the Orangeburg-based court has held one scheduling conference and one hearing on a motion for “clarification” filed by the disassociated group. Another hearing that had been scheduled for March 27 was cancelled a few days beforehand, and the court has not set a new date. 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Photographs Photographs: Peter FritzText description provided by the architects. Front to back infill is an animated, front to back semi-detached which boasts two small yet spacious light-filled homes. The design was a collaboration of two architects, each designing one of the homes, and working together to fuse the two designs seamlessly into one another. The approach was to situate the two homes front to back instead of the traditional side to side. One home would face the street and engage the public realm, while the other would inhabit the private realm of the rear yard. Each unit is designed to take advantage of its exclusive position on the site resulting in two unique homes with their own distinctive character and personality. Save this picture!sectionsThe challenge for this project was to design two small and affordable homes for two separate owners on a narrow 25’ x 80’ lot slotted between existing houses. The new front to back semi allowed each owner to maintain separate ownership and split the land cost to make the project affordable. The use of economical materials and simple details were essential to developing a contextual design as well as maintaining an economical budget. Save this picture!© Peter FritzThe site is located on the edge of a proletarian residential neighbourhood and steps from the Parkdale Farmer’s Market in Ottawa’s community of Hintonburg. The neighbourhood is made up of modest 19th century worker’s houses interspersed with remnants of light industrial buildings which influenced the formal gestures and materiality inspiring a thoughtful dialogue between the semi and its context. Save this picture!© Peter FritzSustainability starts with the decision to design two small compact houses in lieu of one large home. The front to back semi allows for an increase in two new affordable residences in a sustainable community and promotes responsible growth in a compact walkable urban center. The primary form of the building began as a simple 3 storey box at the rear of the lot (the back unit) with a second box grafted onto the front (the front unit). The front box was raised on stilts to allow for parking and a separate access to the back unit. It was then sculpted and fragmented to reflect the proportions of the existing houses. The two homes were wrapped with metal and plywood inspired by the site’s industrial context. Save this picture!© Peter FritzFrom the ground floor level of the front unit, stairs rise in front of a floor-to-ceiling window and takes you up to the primary living level raised 1 storey above the street. On the main living level, a fully glazed south wall opens onto a large cantilevered terrace providing an interstitial space between the private realm of the house and the public realm of the street. Sculptural cabinets wrap the living space, sinking down to act as a low commode as they pass the dining area, then morph seamlessly into the raised hearth of the minimalist fireplace box. Sheets of transparent glass separate the stairs (both entry and upper) allowing light from the third floor skylight to wash the walls and enliven the space. Save this picture!© Peter FritzThe rear unit celebrates the integrity of its 3 storey box with a dramatic double volume space that connects the kitchen and dining area on the first floor with the living room mezzanine on the second floor to make one continuous and playful space with visual connections and multiple vantage points. Large windows fill the double volume space allowing substantial northwest light to animate the space with multiple shadows on the sculptural white walls. Simple cantilevered maple stairs connect the three levels of the home behind an elegant metal veil that subtly screens the stair from the rest of the house. The room focusing minimalist firebox in the mezzanine rests on a raised concrete hearth maintaining the textures and materiality of the kitchen below. The front to back infill is a unique concept for the traditional semi-detached home and an innovative way to increase density on a narrow infill lot. Text provided by Colizza Bruni Architecture.Save this picture!© Peter FritzProject gallerySee allShow lessThe Arbor / Shamsudin Kerimov ArchitectsArticlesInstallation for California Design Exhibition / Hodgetts + Fung Design and ArchitectureArticles Share Houses Projects Front to Back Infill / Colizza Bruni Architecture “COPY” 2008 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/176302/front-to-back-infill-colizza-bruni-architecture Clipboard Save this picture!© Peter Fritz+ 25 Share Architects: Colizza Bruni Architecture Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Canada ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/176302/front-to-back-infill-colizza-bruni-architecture Clipboard “COPY” Front to Back Infill / Colizza Bruni ArchitectureSave this projectSaveFront to Back Infill / Colizza Bruni Architecture Canada Year: ArchDaily Area: 111 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeColizza Bruni ArchitectureOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesCanadaPublished on October 18, 2011Cite: “Front to Back Infill / Colizza Bruni Architecture” 18 Oct 2011. 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By Dialogo May 01, 2012 One of the two police officers reported missing two weeks ago while engaged in operations against the Shining Path guerrilla group in southeastern Peru turned up alive on April 29, the interior minister announced. “Sergeant Luis Astuquillca Vásquez of the Peruvian National Police has turned up alive and in good health in the locality of Kiteni, in the district of Echarate, in the province of La Convención, in Cusco (in southeastern Peru),” an official statement indicated. He turned up “thanks to the action of the civilian population, which turned out to support the unceasing search by members of the forces of order,” the document added, emphasizing that Astuquillca also survived due to “his abilities and training in survival.” The minister noted that the search continues for Sergeant César Vilca Vega, the other agent who “disappeared during operations against the criminal terrorists of the VRAE (Apurimac and Ene River Valley).” Astuquillca disappeared on April 12 amid Army and police operations in search of 36 employees of a gas firm who had been kidnapped on April 9 and were released five days later by Shining Path. The mayor of the province of La Convención, Fedia Castro, informed the broadcaster Radioprogramas del Perú that the agent was receiving care at the health center in Kiteni, a jungle town. The police officer reached that locality on his own, with a bullet wound in his right thigh and showing symptoms of dehydration, but is in stable condition, according to the station’s report. The disappearance of the two agents gave rise to a massive mobilization in search of them, by combined Army and police patrols.
Munster second row Donncha O’Callaghan has been cited for an alleged kick to the head of an opponent during their win over Ulster on Friday night.The player’s hearing, before an independent disciplinary committee, will be held later this week, details to be confirmed.The Reds have a big game this weekend when they host Clermont in the Champions Cup on Saturday.