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Trapezioma House / Andyrahman Architect

first_imgProject gallerySee allShow lessWinery VV / Vincent Van Duysen ArchitectsSelected ProjectsOurdoor Performance Art Center of “Peony Pavilion” Drama / DAQI ARCHITECTS, China Ar…Selected Projects Share Andy Rahman ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/959154/trapezioma-house-andyrahman-architect Clipboard Architects: Andyrahman Architect Area Area of this architecture project Area:  150 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Mansyur Hasan+ 29Curated by Hana Abdel Share Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/959154/trapezioma-house-andyrahman-architect Clipboard CopyAbout this officeAndyrahman ArchitectOfficeFollowProductBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationOn FacebookKecamatan SawahanIndonesiaPublished on March 26, 2021Cite: “Trapezioma House / Andyrahman Architect” 26 Mar 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream CopyHouses, Renovation•Kecamatan Sawahan, Indonesia “COPY” Trapezioma House / Andyrahman ArchitectSave this projectSaveTrapezioma House / Andyrahman Architect “COPY” 2021 Projects Photographs:  Mansyur Hasan Lead Architects: ArchDaily Architect In Charge:Martha AsnawiVentblock Manufacturers:Jaya Mulya RosterConsultants:Andyrahman ArchitectContractor:Graha Karya ArchitectCity:Kecamatan SawahanCountry:IndonesiaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Mansyur HasanRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERWood-based materials in EGGER HeadquartersWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformWindowsSky-FrameRetractable Insect Screen – Sky-Frame FlyWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40Text description provided by the architects. Communal Village – The location of Trapezioma is in Kampung Pakis Tirtosari, a village that still exists in the middle of Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. Standing on an area of ​​7 X 15 m2 with the road in front of it only 3.5 meters wide. Unlike in the capital city of Jakarta, where most of the villages already only have names left,  in Surabaya there are many villages that are still able to survive today, with friendly neighborhood life and based on togetherness in the midst of an increasingly selfish / individualistic city. With fairly “narrow” streets and crowded houses, the community have built and continued their lives from generation to generation.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanSave this picture!Floor PlanSave this picture!© Mansyur HasanAs oma or omah (local language for: house), this house is an inseparable part of the neighborhood/village, it is not a house that stands totally alone as an “individual house”. Conceptually, it is a house that has a double existence: as itself and at the same time as a unit with the other houses in this village.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanPandemic Issues – Because of its location in the middle of the village, with social conditions that are friendly and based on togetherness, it becomes possible to create a communal space called badhukan (local language for: seating) located at the entrance door in the form of a terrace floor that is extended forward to form an L-letter, which can be functioned as an outdoor living room during the Covid pandemic like todays. In the current pandemic, people feel more comfortable not having guests indoors and prefer to meet them in a more open space (outside) to prevent transmission of the virus. In this terrace area of the house, there is also a sink and soap so that the guests who come from outside the house can wash their hands first before meeting the household. Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanIn addition, a carport for 2 cars which is located in front of the house can also be used for activities of the local residents’ such as community meetings, pengajian or Qur’an recitation and other activities in the neighborhood. So, this really becomes an omah in the village, an inseparable part of its left and right neighbors by providing communal space for residents in the neighborhood. Save this picture!Social DiagramTrapezoidal Brick and Breathable Walls – The upper facade of the house is made of trapezoidal brick material. Andy Rahman Architect used this “unique” brick for the first time for this house. This trapezoidal brick is not sold in general, but is made by custom, the result of cooperation with local material craftsmen. This is an attempt by Andy Rahman Architect to encourage the development of the local material industry in Indonesia.Save this picture!© Mansyur HasanSave this picture!Brick DetailSave this picture!© Mansyur HasanThese bricks are made in the shape of trapezoid and already have two holes to insert the reinforcing irons. The installation costs are cheaper due to the existing holes on the bricks, so, drilling the bricks to make holes is not necessary. Because of its trapezoidal shape, they give a different effect on the appearance of the façade compared to the square bricks, similar to woven bamboo. The real principle of this brick facade is the gedheg-brick, the gedheg that used to be in people’s houses in Java, originally made of woven bamboo (that creates small holes pattern for ventilation), is presented in a contemporary way and is transformed into an arrangement of bricks with holes (breathing walls), so that air can flow freely into the house. In addition, this house still provides spatial distance on the side and the back of the house (backyard) to facilitate air circulation and maximize natural lighting. A basic principle of architectural design in the tropics in addressing the current pandemic issue. Year:  Trapezioma House / Andyrahman Architect Houses Indonesialast_img read more

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Baldwin Man Sentenced for $75K Insurance Scam

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Baldwin man was sentenced Wednesday to 1 ⅓ to 4 years in prison for posing as an insurance agent in order to fleece his “clients” out of $75,000 in application fees.Darren Downes pleaded guilty at Nassau County court in July to felony charges of scheme to defraud, identity theft and grand larceny.“All New Yorkers pay a price for insurance fraud, which drives up premiums across the board,” Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.Prosecutors said a 33-year-old wannabe insurance salesman charged customers hundreds of dollars each to submit policy applications on their behalf to companies such as Progressive and GEICO, promising to get them a better policy than they could get on their own.He then used stolen social security numbers, incorrect zip codes and fictitious professional and educational backgrounds to obtain discounted policies.When insurance companies discovered the scam, Downes’ victims found their policies cancelled or were forced to pay significantly higher premiums.Downes was also ordered to pay an $85,000 fine.last_img read more

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Euthanasia deaths rising in Netherlands – Lancet

first_imgLifesite News 17 July 2012The long awaited 2010 nationwide examination of the euthanasia law in the Netherlands was published in The Lancet on July 11, 2012. The study found that:* the number of euthanasia deaths has grown significantly since 2005 (4050 in 2010, 2425 in 2005) * the under-reporting of euthanasia in the Netherlands has grown since 2005 (23% in 2010, 20% in 2005) * there is a growth in deaths by terminal sedation (12.3% in 2010, 8.2% in 2005) * the percentage of requests for euthanasia being fulfilled has increased (45% in 2010, 37% in 2005) * the number of deaths without request or consent has decreased (300 in 2010, 550 in 2005)The media decided to ignore the significant growth in the number of euthanasia deaths since 2005, by reporting that the current percentage of euthanasia deaths in the Netherlands is similar to the percentage of euthanasia deaths in 2001, before it was officially legalized.Historical facts: Euthanasia in the Netherlands was first legalized through court decisions in the Netherlands. In 1984, the Supreme Court in the Netherlands established a set-of-criteria that should be followed for a physician to cause the death of a person by euthanasia without fear of prosecution.From 1984 to 2002 a series of legal decisions led to a widening application of euthanasia.  The courts allowed euthanasia for people living with chronic depression (mental pain), to children who were born with disabilities, and other vulnerable groups.In 2001, the Netherlands parliament officially legalized euthanasia along the guidelines that were approved by the successive court decisions. The law officially came into effect in April 2002. Therefore euthanasia and assisted suicide were common before being legalized in the Netherlands.Significant growth in Euthanasia: In 2003, the first full-year of legal euthanasia in the Netherlands, there were 1815 reported cases of euthanasia in the Netherlands. In 2010, there were 3136 reported cases of euthanasia. There is an approximate (20 – 23%) rate of under-reporting, nonetheless, based on the reported number of euthanasia deaths there has been a 73% increase in euthanasia deaths since 2003.The rate of increase of reported euthanasia deaths has accelerated over the past few years with a 19% increase in 2010 and a 13% increase in 2009.The continued increase in the number of euthanasia deaths may be partly explained by the increase in the number euthanasia deaths that are carried out after request. In 2005 37% of requests for euthanasia were fulfilled while in 2010 45% of requests were fulfilled.There has also been a 50 percent increase in the number of deaths by terminal sedation since 2005. Terminal sedation is usually done by sedating a person and withdrawing fluids and food. Palliative sedation is different than terminal sedation because with palliative sedation the intention is to allow natural death to occur. Terminal sedation is viewed by some people as an alternative to euthanasia. When a person is not otherwise dying, the act of terminal sedation is more accurately a form of euthanasia and should be referred to as “slow euthanasia.”The media reports: The Medical Daily reported that: Rates of Euthanasia are steady since 2002 legalization. Fox News reported: Little change in Dutch euthanasia post-legality. And ABC.net.au reported: Euthanasia number remain the same after legalization – study.Clearly, the media bought into a common position based on the press release from the Lancet, rather than reading the study to uncover significant concerns.A thorough response was written by Dr. Peter Saunders, Campaign Director for the Care Not Killing Alliance in the UK. Saunders’ article focused on the incredible shift towards the use of Deep Continuous Sedation (Terminal Sedation) in order to keep the number of euthanasia deaths officially low.Euthanasia in the Netherlands: The rate of euthanasia in the Netherlands has increased by 73% in the last 8 years (1815 reported deaths in 2003, 3136 reported deaths in 2010) and even more important, the rate of euthanasia has increased by almost 35% in the past two years (2331 reported deaths in 2008, 3136 reported deaths in 2010).Combined with the growth in the use of terminal sedation for people who are not otherwise dying, “slow euthanasia”, and the slight increase in the number of unreported euthanasia deaths, one must conclude that there are abuses occurring in the Netherlands.On March 1, a euthanasia clinic in the Netherlands launched six mobile euthanasia teams in the Netherlands. The NVVE, euthanasia lobby in the Netherlands, announced that they anticipate that the mobile euthanasia teams would complete 1000 euthanasia deaths per year.The mobile euthanasia teams plan to fill unmet demand for euthanasia for people with chronic depression (mental pain), people with disabilities, people with dementia/Alzheimer, loneliness, and those whose request for euthanasia is declined by their physician. In 2010 45% of all euthanasia requests resulted in death by euthanasia.Similar to the previous euthanasia reports (1990, 1995, 2001, 2005) the 2010 report uncovers significant concerns related to the practice of euthanasia in the Netherlands.Legalizing euthanasia and assisted suicide is not safe and the safeguards that are devised to control euthanasia do not protect the dying, but rather they protect the doctor.http://www.lifesitenews.com/blog/the-lancet-proves-euthanasia-deaths-are-rising-in-the-netherlandslast_img read more

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