Y-House / ON Architects

first_img Photographs “COPY” South Korea CopyHouses•Ulsan, South Korea ArchDaily Y-House / ON ArchitectsSave this projectSaveY-House / ON Architects Houses Photographs:  Joonhwan Yoon Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” Save this picture!© Joonhwan Yoon+ 15 Share Projectscenter_img Manufacturers: LG Hausys, Kumgang DNS, LIVARTPartner In Charge:Namsu-KimSite Area:1,956 sqmBuilding Area:253 sqmArchitect In Charge:Woongsik-JungDesign Team:Hyukki-Kim, Hansol-YoonCity:UlsanCountry:South KoreaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Joonhwan YoonRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsText description provided by the architects. The project was to create a new living space in place of an existing old house where a couple has kept their country life. The main concern for the project was that introducing a unifying space of programs and nature while preserving the garden and site surroundings adorned by the couple over a long period of time. The new house is designed as a rural house which all elements such as living space, office and spacious log storage(indispensable for country house) permeate each other without losing their own independency.Save this picture!© Joonhwan YoonThe site has a spectacular view to the east, yet it loses the sunlight relatively early due to the mountains in the south. Therefore, in response to these factors, the house is arranged to make a shape so that not only the whole space can be exposed to the sunlight as much as possible, but also the house can exploit a good view toward the east with a small pond near the village as well as the surrounding mountains. The Y shape helps to connect the house, the office and the storage and also secures a separated outdoor space for each space as it works as an intermediate space projecting toward two different directions.Save this picture!Plan 1Save this picture!Plan 2The converging point of Y, the heart of the house is arranged after a delicate research on views to all directions from the point. It embraces the living area and provides an immersive spatial narrative which is rendered by a communication between the main floored room (Daecheongmaru) and the outside void garden.Save this picture!© Joonhwan YoonSave this picture!© Joonhwan YoonThe architect asks himself a question whenever he designs a house; ‘what do we need most to create an affluent life in terms of space?’, and he believes the simplest answer is Korean style space where native Koreans have belonged until now. After various experimentations on modernization of Korean space, the architect has found out that diverse communications with outdoor space is the key to lead an abundant life in country houses. Therefore, in this project, many outdoor gardens such as upper garden, entrance garden, void garden, service garden, sky garden, crocks garden are produced. And then a number of modernized Korean style floored areas such as Daecheongmaru, Numaru and Toenmaru are designed to promote communication between the inside and those outside gardens.Save this picture!© Joonhwan YoonEspecially the Sarangbang located in the east work as a barrier against the direct sunlight in the morning and also as secondary view point separated from the Daecheongmaru and the living area. The diagonal glass wall line of living room helps the livingroom to embrace the Daecheongmaru as it draws the landscape of inner garden and void garden deeply in to the inside, and also it helps the livingroom to become a cool lounge area in summer as it increases the speed of wind flows across the Daecheongmaru. All of these various spaces of the house will lead the client to an abundant life.Save this picture!© Joonhwan YoonProject gallerySee allShow lessHouse in Sabae / Tetsuya Mizukami ArchitectsSelected ProjectsHilltop Residence / Miró Rivera ArchitectsSelected Projects Share Y-House / ON Architects 2014 Area:  281 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/794375/y-house-on-architecture Clipboard Architects: ON Architects Area Area of this architecture project Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/794375/y-house-on-architecture Clipboard CopyAbout this officeON ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesUlsanSouth KoreaPublished on September 01, 2016Cite: “Y-House / ON Architects” 01 Sep 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Important Orders And Efforts Of The Jammu & Kashmir’s Judiciary In Pandemic Times

first_imgNews UpdatesImportant Orders And Efforts Of The Jammu & Kashmir’s Judiciary In Pandemic Times Muneeb Rashid Malik24 July 2020 11:20 PMShare This – xThe world has come to a complete halt because of the unprecedented pandemic, which continues to make a mess of human lives. COVID-19 has given rise to some serious challenges to the Justice Delivery System in our country. The Supreme Court of India, High Courts of our country, and Subordinate Courts are putting their best feet forward, in ensuring that access to justice remains…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 world has come to a complete halt because of the unprecedented pandemic, which continues to make a mess of human lives. COVID-19 has given rise to some serious challenges to the Justice Delivery System in our country. The Supreme Court of India, High Courts of our country, and Subordinate Courts are putting their best feet forward, in ensuring that access to justice remains ubiquitous, even in times of a pandemic, by bringing into play, virtual courts and hearings. The Supreme Court issued various guidelines for court functioning through video-conferencing during COVID-19 pandemic in Suo Motu Writ Petition (Civil) No. 5/2020, In Re: Guidelines for Court Functioning Through Video Conferencing During COVID-19 Pandemic, encouraging the use of video-conferencing and reducing the need of the physical presence of all stakeholders within the premises of the Courts, in order to follow the standard operating procedures (SOPs) and social distancing norms, issued by the World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. All the High Courts and Subordinate Courts have employed video-conferencing facilities robustly so that dispensation of justice remains continual. The Jammu & Kashmir High Court has taken significant steps to ensure access and delivery of justice remain in place at all times. In the case of Court on Its Own Motion v. Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh through Secretaries, Social Welfare Department, WP(C) PIL No. 1/2020, the High Court of Jammu & Kashmir, took suo moto cognizance of the cases related to domestic violence and issued notices to the Secretary, Department of Social Welfare, Government of Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, and Member Secretary, Jammu and Kashmir State Legal Services Authority, to submit a report highlighting the steps taken regarding domestic or any other kind of violence being faced by women on account of the implementation of the COVID-19 lockdown. The Bench also issued a slew of measures for the immediate assistance of the victims which were, creation of dedicated funding to address issues of violence against women and girls as part of the COVID-19 response by the Union Territories of the Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, increased availability of call-in services to facilitate discreet reporting of abuse, increased online legal and counselling service for women and girls, designated informal safe spaces for women, immediate designation of safe spaces as shelters for women who are compelled to leave their domestic situation and these shelters must be treated as accessible shelters. In Azra Usmail v. Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir WP(C) PIL No. 4/2020 and Court on its Own Motion v. Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, WP(C) PIL No. 5/2020, the High Court of Jammu & Kashmir issued directions to the concerned district administration of Reasi to ensure that the 400 pilgrims stranded at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine, Katra, are not asked to vacate their current lodgings and their needs are fully provided for. The Court also emphasized the issue concerning the security and availability of basic facilities to the migrant workers and directed the administration to ensure that the accommodation, health, care, and the needs of the migrant workers, are addressed, in letter and spirit. The Court also took stock of the lockdown situation in the UT, and addressed issues such as the availability of essentials in the far-flung areas of Gurez, Tangdhar, Machail and Uri, to ensure the provision of care reaches the dependents of healthcare personnel, government officials engaged in COVID-19 management, adequate supply to doctors in government hospitals of sufficient quantities of personal protective equipments (PPEs) including face-shields, masks, gloves, etc., ensuring the safety of and violence against healthcare professionals and clinical establishments. Again, in Court on its Own Motion v. Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, WP(C) PIL No. 5/2020, the High Court of Jammu & Kashmir directed the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board and the Union Territory’s government to urgently take all decisions regarding the conduct of the Amarnath Yatra, keeping in view, that if infections escalate during the movement of the pilgrims, then, it would be impossible to deal with infections on the track. Eventually, the Amarnath Yatra, 2020, was cancelled after the observations made by the Court in the afore-mentioned order. The High Court of Jammu & Kashmir also observed that access to justice is a fundamental right and cannot be impeded. It has to be ensured to every citizen and courts are required to remain accessible at all times. The Court directed the Home Secretary, Jammu & Kashmir, to apprise the court about the impact of the restrictions on e-connectivity of the courts. The Jammu & Kashmir High Court has also been directing various concerned authorities to formulate reports and apprise the Court about the issues of welfare, safety, basic needs of the J&K residents and others, and also taking note of inadequate status reports and lack of measures. The Court has also been directing the concerned authorities to file reports regarding steps taken with regard to prisoners in Jammu and Kashmir who are lodged in the Union Territory and other parts of India, in compliance with the directions passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in Suo Motu Writ Petition (C) No. 1/2020, In Re: Contagion of COVID-19 Virus in Prisons. The Jammu and Kashmir High Court cancelled the summer vacation which was scheduled from 8th June, 2020 to 26th June, 2020, considering the severe hardships faced by the litigants in the Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, due to the impeded functioning of the Courts on account of lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The High Court has also cancelled the routine 15 days summer vacations in District and Subordinate Courts in the Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. As the Jammu & Kashmir High Court has two wings, one at Jammu and one at Srinagar, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court abolished the practice of separate Court timings for summer and winter sessions for Courts, so that there is no wastage of court time. The High Court also contributed a total sum of Rs. 70 lakhs towards the PM CARES Fund and the J&K Relief Fund, to help in combating the COVID-19 pandemic. J&K Judicial Academy has also been organizing online training programmes for the Judicial Officers and Induction Trainees so that there is continuity of activities of intellectual development. Online Mediation training programmes have also been organized for the Judicial Officers and Lawyers of Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir & Ladakh. The Jammu & Kashmir High Court released guidelines for the functioning of District and Subordinate Courts and directed that matters related to Bail, Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, Maintenance, Custody of children, Matters involving Injunctions, cases for final hearings, shall be treated as exceptionally urgent matters. The High Court of Jammu & Kashmir has also been providing financial assistance to the advocates practising in various courts in the Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh and also to Munshis working with advocates. The District & Subordinate Courts of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh have also been doing a commendable job in these difficult times. The Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh’s Judiciary has taken concerted steps, ensuring access to justice remains uninterrupted, which is fundamental to preserve the rule of law in the democracy envisaged by the Constitution of India. Virtual hearing is the new normal and the Courts have successfully implemented it, to ensure that the judiciary rises to face the challenges presented by COVID-19. With these commendable efforts, the virtual hearings and the future of justice look promising. Justice, physically or virtually, has to be effectively dispensed at all times, in the words of Lord Chief Justice Hewart in the case of R v Sussex Justices ex parte McCarthy ([1924) 1 KB 256, [1923] All ER Rep 233) when his lordship aptly enunciated, “Justice should not only be done but should manifestly and undoubtedly be seen to be done.” (Muneeb Rashid Malik is a final-year law student at Lloyd Law College, Delhi (NCR) and can be reached at [email protected]) Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more