Zambia Reinsurance PLC (PRIMA.zm) listed on the Lusaka Securities Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2013 prospectus For more information about Zambia Reinsurance PLC (PRIMA.zm) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Zambia Reinsurance PLC (PRIMA.zm) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Zambia Reinsurance PLC (PRIMA.zm) 2013 prospectus Company ProfileZambia Reinsurance PLC, formerly known as Prima Reinsurance is a wholly-owned reinsurance company providing products and solutions in the domestic and business sector in Zambia. The company underwrites classes of marine and non-marine reinsurances, which includes fire, motor, engineering, aviation, agricultural and work-related accidents. Reinsurance is the practice of insurers transferring portions of risk portfolios to other parties by some form of agreement to reduce the likelihood of having to pay a large obligation resulting from an insurance claim. The company is also licensed to reinsure life assurance products. Prima Re is fully-owned and promoted by a group of Zambian Professionals and entrepreneurs. It was incorporated in 2006 as a public limited company and was the first reinsurance company to enter the Zambian marketplace. Prima Reinsurance Plc is listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange
Ryan Jones has been superb since his introduction to the Six Nations. His performances contributed directly to Wales ending their losing streak. But whilst his performances on the field have been impressive; the circumstances in which he now performs are also worth a mention. Having been the long-term captain, and the darling of Welsh rugby for many years, Jones is no longer the focal point of the Welsh squad. He no longer has a shirt to call his own and has become a utility player – yet he never complains or sulks. To use club rugby terminology; he’s the bloke who turns up every Saturday morning with his kitbag, keen as mustard, and will play in any position. Christ, if Scotland turned up next weekend with only fourteen players Jones will undoubtedly don the navy of Scotland just so that the fixture can go ahead. I’m being facetious, obviously, because the Ospreys and Wales need Ryan Jones more than ever. And let’s not forget, the Lions may also need a squad player with that sort of attitude.The ‘Flying Wedge’ is alive and wellThe ‘flying wedge’ is outlawed in rugby. It involved a large number of players binding together and carrying the ball as one deadly rolling mass. However the ‘mini flying wedge’ is alive and well. It is often referred to as the ‘leech’ whereby a ball carrier drives into contact and then a supporting player binds onto his thigh and drives him forward. However, it is becoming increasingly common to see one or two ‘leeches’ binding onto the player before contact – resulting in one defender dealing with the body weight of three – it seems incongruous in an age where player safety is of upmost importance. This is of course an issue that affects the whole of rugby – not merely in Wales. But it dawned on me during the Ospreys’ 24-7 win over Edinburgh; hence its inclusion. Heat of the battle: What’s the next step for the PGRB?Silence isn’t golden. It’s worryingAnother month has passed yet still no mention of a plan to rescue regional rugby. The Professional Rugby Game Board (PRGB) was announced in December and already rumours of internal wrangling persist. It is alarming that the board which was created to help re-organise regional rugby is allegedly struggling to organise itself. And whilst nobody expects the PRGB to solve the issues in a matter of weeks, it would be reassuring to know that something is being achieved behind closed doors; that discussions have taken place and progress is being made. The PRGB needs to disseminate information to the public – whether it is conclusive or not. These aren’t typical board meetings and the PRGB needs to realise that. There may be only nine members around the table, four members of the Welsh Rugby Union, one from each of the four regions, plus an independent chair – but there are three million stakeholders in Wales. The future of regional rugby affects everyone. It is our national game and we deserve to know what is going on. CARDIFF, WALES – JANUARY 29: Ospreys scrum half Rhys Webb is brought down by Blues wing Harry Robinson during the LV Anglo Welsh Cup match between Cardiff Blues and Ospreys at Cardiff City Stadium on January 29, 2011 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images) End of an era: The retiring Stephen Jones should be considered as a true great of the Welsh gameBy Paul WilliamsStephen Jones still divides opinionStephen Jones has announced that he will retire at the end of the season. Jones has had a magnificent career – racking up 104 caps for Wales and six for the Lions. Yet despite his achievements, many in Wales seem unimpressed with his contribution. During the bulk of Jones’ career critics openly yearned for a 70’s style outside-half who could dance his way through the ten channel – Jones’ critics often failed to notice that the modern ten/twelve channel had become one of the most well-defended zones on the pitch. Faced with modern defences Jones was a very modern outside half; controlling the game with accurate line kicking, dependable tackling and highly reliable goal kicking – he also made more line breaks than people care to remember. Sadly, Jones may have played in the wrong decade. His skillset is now regarded as the blueprint for outside halves – players such as Owen Farrell and Jonathan Sexton are lauded for their abilities. Jones was also, unfairly, given the nickname of ‘Wellies’ due to his perceived stodgy playing style. But remember; wellies are also watertight. Stephen Jones should be regarded as a Welsh great.Writing on the wall: Are London Welsh destined for the drop?London Welsh – the drama continuesIt appears London Welsh’s season has been written, produced and directed for TV. It’s the only possible explanation. They entered the Premiership, against the odds, in the style of a courtroom drama. Their performances have been heroic – with some of the biggest clubs in English rugby failing to read the script. And now a serious administrative error, the illegal registration of scrum-half Tyson Keats, means that we can look forward to a cliffhanger ending. To squeeze every last drop out of this metaphor, sadly, I don’t think this drama will have will have a particularly happy ending.Admiration for Ryan Jones LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS The Fijians make their long-awaited Autumn Nations Cup bow at BT Murrayfield TAGS: FijiGeorgia What time does it kick off and is it on TV?Georgia v Fiji, Saturday 5 December, BT MurrayfieldThe match kicks off at midday and will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime Video in the UK and Premier Sports in Ireland. If you’re outside the UK and Ireland, check out our guide to Autumn Nations Cup coverage around the world.Mike Adamson will referee the match with fellow Scot Sam Grove-White and Italy’s Andrea Piardi as his assistants. Brian MacNeice (Ireland) is the Television Match Official.What are the line-ups?Georgia: Soso Matiashvili; Akaki Tabutsadze, Giorgi Kveseladze, Merab Sharikadze (captain), Sandro Todua; Tedo Abzhandadze, Vasil Lobzhanidze; Mikheil Nariashvili, Shalva Mamukashvili, Beka Gigashvili, Lasha Jaiani, Kote Mikautadze, Otar Giorgadze, Beka Saginadze, Tornike Jalaghonia.Replacements: Jaba Bregvadze, Guram Gogichashvili, Giorgi Melikidze, Grigol Kerdikoshvili, Mikheil Gachechiladze, Gela Aprasidze, Demur Tapladze, Davit Niniashvili.Fiji: Kini Murimurivalu; Josua Tuisova, Semi Radradra (captain), Levani Botia, Nemani Nadolo; Ben Volavola, Frank Lomani; Peni Ravai, Samuel Matavesi, Mesake Doge, Tevita Ratuva, Temo Mayanavanu, Johnny Dyer, Mesulame Kunavula, Albert Tuisue.Replacements: Tevita Ikanivere, Haereiti Hetet, Samuela Tawake, Chris Minimbi, Manueli Ratuniyarawa, Simione Kuruvoli, Seru Vularika, Waisea Nayacalevu. The Georgians are without their standout No 8 Beka Gorgadze, who suffered a serious knee injury against Ireland. It’s a big blow as he had made more than twice as many carries (32) as any other Georgian player in the Autumn Nations Cup. Tornike Jalagonia, who turns 22 next week and has played in only three Tests, comes in for him.The only change in the back-line sees Sandro Todua come onto the wing. Centres Merab Sharikadze and Giorgi Kveseladze, who made 39 tackles between them against Ireland, are likely to be kept similarly busy by Fiji’s backs!What have the coaches said? Focal point: Semi Radradra stretches Georgia’s defence at RWC 2019 (Getty Images) Georgia coach Levan Maisashvili: “Fiji obviously is a very tough and dangerous opposition and if we let them control the ball, clearly they are capable of causing us some serious trouble. They have brilliant individualist players who can be very dangerous, thus we will need to confront them with our strength.”Fiji coach Vern Cotter: “We have a very established back-line who have played together for many Tests and I expect them to be lethal if given quality possession.“The battle will start up front. The forwards are the first group that I’m really concerned about because we know they will be going to drive our lineouts and dominate our scrum and attack when we have the ball so we can’t get the ball out to our exciting back-line.”Any interesting statistics?Nemani Nadolo, who hasn’t played for Fiji since 2018, is his country’s third highest try-scorer with 19 behind Sanivalati Laulau (20) and Vereniki Goneva (22).Fiji have only failed to score a try in a Test once since 2012 – and that was against Georgia in June 2016. That Test is also Georgia’s only win over Fiji to date – they have lost the other three.Fiji skipper Semi Radradra beat more defenders (29) than any other player at the 2019 World Cup.Georgia’s try against Ireland, scored by centre Giorgi Kveseladze, was overwhelmingly voted Try of the Round. Autumn Nations Cup Georgia v Fiji PreviewGeorgia and Fiji may be playing to avoid bottom spot in the Autumn Nations Cup final standings, but there are high expectations for this match at BT Murrayfield on Saturday.There was much excitement around Fiji’s involvement in the tournament, only for their three pool matches – against France, Italy and Scotland – to be cancelled because of a Covid-19 outbreak in the camp.They have now been cleared to make their long-awaited Autumn Nations Cup bow and will kick off finals weekend at midday in Edinburgh.Whereas Georgia have been able to develop match fitness with four games in five weeks, Fiji haven’t played a Test in more than a year, are under a new coaching team headed up by Vern Cotter and their preparations have been hampered by the Covid isolation period. Yet, as Argentina proved against New Zealand, freshness can also be an advantage.These two nations have become familiar foes over the past few years, their most recent meeting coming at last year’s World Cup when Semi Radradra was central to a 45-10 victory.Many have been calling for more running rugby this autumn and Fiji could be the team to deliver it with star quality across the board from nine to 15. If they get quick ball and click into gear, their involvement in the tournament will be well worth the wait.However, if Georgia’s pack is able to dominate the set-piece and close-quarter exchanges, as they did at times against Ireland, Fiji will lack the possession with which to launch that back-line.It could be an intriguing clash of styles.What’s the big team news?Vern Cotter has named an incredibly strong back-line with the likes of Josua Tuisova, Semi Radradra and Nemani Nadolo. Up front, there isn’t quite the same inexperience with three players making their debuts – flankers Johnny Dyer and Mesulame Kunavula as well as second-row Temo Mayanavanua.There are also six uncapped players on the bench in Tevita Ikanivere, Haereiti Hetet, Samuela Tawake, Chris Minimbi, Manueli Ratuniyarawa and Simione Kuruvoli. Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
April 24, 2013 at 10:51 am Nice to see wider church recognition for one of my heroes. He brings LOVE to the trenches. By Sharon SheridanPosted Apr 23, 2013 Rector Knoxville, TN December 9, 2013 at 2:06 pm Jim was my neighbor and very dear friend when we were teenagers. I always remember him as being a humble; yet extraordinary person. I am so happy for him that his life’s journey has enabled him to share his wisdom and make such a positive impact on the lives of countless others. Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Submit an Event Listing New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Rector Smithfield, NC In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Curate Diocese of Nebraska April 24, 2013 at 8:06 pm Allan–are you the same guy I knew at Trinity College in the early 1970’s? I remember a man who played organ and carrilon and, I think, went into organ building.Anne Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Director of Music Morristown, NJ Beth Hewson says: Featured Events Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Press Release Service An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Allan Taylor says: Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Lani Bortfeld says: April 24, 2013 at 7:57 pm So happy Fr. Jim is recognized outside of the cathedral. The cathedral is truly blessed to have him as Dean.Fr Jim is truly a gem! Associate Rector Columbus, GA Submit a Press Release Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Dean follows example of ‘everyman’ Peter in pastoring cathedral Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC FRANK E. TATE, III says: Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ February 21, 2014 at 10:18 am Same name, Anne, I’m the older generation. And my son has #4. Rector Hopkinsville, KY Tags Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Susana Bamford says: Submit a Job Listing Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Albany, NY Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Ed King says: Jack Wolfe says: Rector Pittsburgh, PA Rector Tampa, FL Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group April 27, 2013 at 3:11 pm When are you teachng the homelitics course?Wonderful article. Rector Shreveport, LA This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Comments are closed. April 23, 2013 at 8:56 pm Jimmy the dean is my friend. I love him a lot. So does my wife and all our family- kids and grandkids.They don’t come much better than him. AMEN Comments (10) Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Allan Taylor says: Anne Warrington Wilson says: Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Marilyn Barnett says: Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH April 27, 2013 at 3:24 pm I am a hospital chaplain, and without Jim I would not be nearly as effective. He is not only a great friend and priest, but man who lives what he preaches. Love one another. We at Christ Church Cathedral are so lucky to have him, and to learn from him. The Very Rev. James Munroe, dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Springfield, Massachusetts, discusses the Apostle Peter during a parish retreat for St. Peter’s Episcopal Church of Morristown, New Jersey. Photo/Sharon Sheridan[Episcopal News Service] This is the latest in a series of articles about Episcopal cathedral deansWhen James Munroe was elected dean of Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral in Springfield, Massachusetts, in late 1997, he told his mother his title would change from “the Rev.” to “the Very Rev.”“She collapsed on the ground in hysterical laughter,” he recounted recently while leading a parish retreat for St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Morristown, New Jersey.Munroe, 66, takes a humble approach to his job as leader of the Diocese of Western Massachusetts cathedral. During the April 19-21 retreat, held at the Tuscarora Inn and Conference Center in Mount Bethel, Pennsylvania, he focused on the grace given to the well-meaning but fallible apostle Peter, who he called an “everyman.”“He’s a model for me of how the Lord connects to us,” Munroe told ENS. “I’m so thankful for this picture of somebody who’s a good guy [with] a wonderful heart for whom there were disasters and who just totally blew it, who comes to the point of no excuses … and found at that lowest point unconditional forgiveness and love.“I don’t see the real action of God starting from anywhere but that spot,” he said. “God save me from a church full of victorious Christian saints. Give me a church full of disasters who are finding amazing grace.”Part of his role as dean is guiding congregants and the community through disasters, both local and more far-reaching. During his time in Springfield, such events have ranged from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in 2001 to a tornado that tore through the city a year ago and a gas explosion that flattened buildings several months ago to the April 15 bombings at the 2013 Boston Marathon.His first role when such events occur is with the cathedral congregation: “Embrace the experience and address it and provide a place for people to acknowledge the fear and the pain and pay attention to it,” he said. His second role, as dean and often in conjunction with the bishop, is saying: “What can we be doing right away?”“After 9-11, there were instantaneously some [worship] services at the cathedral, and then in the weeks following lots of gatherings with rabbis and imams talking together,” he said. “So there’s a more diocesanwide role of offering worship and offering forums.”The importance of interfaith dialogue and cooperation at such times is “huge,” he said. “We’re thankful to have a wonderful local rabbi and a very terrific imam and some other people involved in the mosque who are eager when these things happen to meet with us and to present a front of brotherhood and sisterhood in the face of all the fears that come crashing to the surface instantly.”The two bomb explosions near the finish line of last week’s Boston Marathon that killed three and maimed or injured more than 150 others resonated in a personal way for the former Marine, who was wounded after serving two uneventful months in an artillery unit in Vietnam.“All was quiet,” he recalled. “And then one night, completely unexpectedly, our unit was attacked and overrun by a unit of North Vietnam soldiers. I ran out and got in a foxhole, and two grenades were thrown into the foxhole, which exploded.”The blasts killed the man beside him. “I had a fractured skull, punctured eardrums and shrapnel holes. Everything healed physically except for a loss of hearing in my ears. They’ve rung [since] Feb. 23, 1969.”“When I saw the videos of the two explosions actually happening [in Boston], I understood that the people within the blast zone were having the experience I had and that it is an experience that is impossible to describe with words,” he said. “I also knew that that moment would be a defining moment that they would seek healing from for the rest of their lives and that it may well be years before they’re even ready to begin that healing. For me, when I came home and got out of the Marine Corps, I went back to college and thought … that chapter’s over.”Only years later did some of the post-traumatic stress of that experience surface. He told retreatants about his surprise at how profoundly shaken he suddenly became 20 years later after a group he was with was mugged in Nairobi’s “Freedom Park,” and how he found grace and healing in the embrace of a woman who greeted them with song and dance at a church they visited. Although they shared nothing in common except that one encounter, he said, “I count her as one of the greatest gifts I have received.”Munroe’s role as a guest speaker and preacher dovetails with his work as a member of the Veterans Education Project.“Our purpose is to speak in public forums about our experience,” he said. “Although we’re apolitical, we’re also a subversive group in that we believe that the reality of our stories of what war and combat are actually like will have the effect of saying, ‘Let’s do eight quadrillion other things before the last resort of war because it is so horrific.’”Veterans of various wars, they speak at churches, schools and prisons. “That has morphed over into my work as the dean. Those two worlds have had some connections,” Munroe said. “So we have gatherings at the cathedral for peace and war-related events.”Christ Church is a “mid-size” cathedral downtown in a city struggling with drugs and other urban issues. It supports various outreach programs and is allied with Nehemiah Ministries, an intentional Christian community located in a troubled area of the city.On Good Friday, Nehemiah joined with the cathedral for Stations of the Cross. “I picked out 14 places on the streets of Springfield where bad and good things have happened,” Munroe said. About 80 people participated in the two-hour service, which started outside the cathedral and included prayers and stories of what happened at each station.One stop was the steps of Sympathy Hall, where a homeless man froze to death. Another was where a homeless gay man, a “dear sweet friend” who was afraid to go into a shelter, was murdered over a bottle of alcohol. Steve Donohue’s funeral was “bigger than any Easter service,” Munroe recalled.He created the Stations of the Cross after the new diocesan bishop, the Rt. Rev. Douglas Fisher, told him about doing such a service on the streets of Manhattan.A team approach and sharing of ideas mark Munroe’s modus operandi as dean.“I’m no good as a solitary, visionary leader. If I do any leading, it’s because somebody else wants to lead with me,” he said. “I’m always thankful to have around me people who come up with ideas and visions. I really never up with anything on my own.”As dean, he said, “A large part of my role is to be the pastor of the congregation. … I think probably my gifts are more in being a parish priest than in being a diocesan leader, or at least that’s what I enjoy.”About 215 people attend services at the cathedral on an average Sunday. “One of the privileges of coming to the cathedral was its extraordinary diversity of black, white, tan – every conceivable skin color. We have a service in Spanish every Sunday, which is a great joy,” he said. For that service, “I’ve even learned how to play the drums a little bit. I am a beginner, but it’s fun.”He’s also taking Spanish lessons.“We do not call ourselves two separate congregations,” he noted. “The work we’re called to do is to have these different cultures interact and connect with one another,” preserving what’s unique in their own cultures and ways of worship, he said.The congregation also includes members from Africa and the Caribbean. “On Pentecost Sunday, we read the story from Acts 2 in about 15 different languages.”Within the city, Munroe also is secretary and one of two Caucasian clergy belonging to the Pastors Council of Greater Springfield, composed primarily of African-American clergy serving African-American congregations. “These are wonderful brothers and sisters in Christ who welcome me into, as much as is possible, the black experience of worshiping. They come once a year and have a worship [service] at the cathedral.”The role a cathedral plays in a diocese “depends to a certain degree upon the bishop,” Munroe said. “Our new bishop seems to be eager to have the cathedral play a central role.And Munroe continues to step outside the cathedral doors.“I do speak from time to time in different places, and I love preaching,” he said. “I recently gave a forum on preaching for some of the lay leaders of the diocese. “I’ve always thought that in retirement it might be fun to go teach a homiletics course somewhere.” — Sharon Sheridan is an ENS correspondent. Rector Washington, DC AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Rector Martinsville, VA February 21, 2014 at 9:47 am Amen, Don! I’ve just been attending church at CCC for a couple of years, and Jim has played a key role in my transformation from a bruised church-goer to a happy participant! Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Cathedral Deans Series 2013 Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Youth Minister Lorton, VA Featured Jobs & Calls Rector Collierville, TN April 28, 2014 at 9:45 pm A man, with intensity, and care, for all!I’ll Blush A Savior, Crucified.God, blushes through this, Very Reverend Father, and I give Thanks!Dean, jam on.. Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Rector Belleville, IL Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Rector Bath, NC
9 Houses on the Water / 2011 Year: “COPY” Photographs: Jeroen Musch 9 Houses on the Water /Save this projectSave9 Houses on the Water / Construction Knaap Photographs CopyHousing•Rotterdam, The Netherlands The Netherlands ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/332353/9-houses-on-the-water-blauw-architecten-faro-architecten Clipboard Projects “COPY” Save this picture!© Jeroen Musch+ 12 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/332353/9-houses-on-the-water-blauw-architecten-faro-architecten Clipboard Area: 175 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Contractor: Client:FiAdesCost:€ 1.8 millionDesign Team:Carin ter Beek, Roel LichtenbergCity:RotterdamCountry:The NetherlandsMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Jeroen MuschRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornRenders / 3D AnimationAUGmentectureAugmented Reality Platform – AUGmentecture™Enclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsRenders / 3D AnimationVectorworksVectorworks ArchitectText description provided by the architects. The urban plan of Palmbout Urban Landscapes asked for three blocks of three-under-one-roof houses on the water. The blocks are separated by waterways. The houses are at the top of the dike and housing are one of the landmarks in the district. The relationship with water gives a special atmosphere to the homes. Also within this sphere as much as possible to experience, we have reduced the living room and given additional floor height. Save this picture!© Jeroen MuschThe living room connects directly to the terrace, which we are very close to the water are placed. From the elevated kitchen look out over the water freely. The floor plan is spacious and free to share. Residents can opt for an extra bedroom or a double bathroom, a garage or shed. Along with living on the water gives a sense of freedom. Save this picture!PlanWe have individual villas given by the staggered skirting and loose caps. The residents get more peace and privacy. Cane collars between the terraces ensure the freedom outside. Between the roofs you see through the air and remains on view through the landscape.Project gallerySee allShow lessRegeneration of Part of the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) Coastal Zone Competition En…ArticlesFuensanta Nieto & Enrique Sobejano Lecture at Portland State UniversityArticlesProject locationAddress:Rotterdam, The NetherlandsLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Architects: BLAUW architecten, FARO Architecten Area Area of this architecture project Housing CopyAbout this officeFARO ArchitectenOfficeFollowBLAUW architectenOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingDabasRotterdamWoodHousing3D ModelingRotterdamThe NetherlandsPublished on February 14, 2013Cite: “9 Houses on the Water / ” 14 Feb 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
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Muhammad Bekjanov Uzbekistan Find out more to go further Ganimat Zahid Azerbaijan Find out more Europe – Central AsiaUzbekistan Six years ago, Mutabar Tadjibayeva was fighting for her life in an Uzbek prison. While jailed from October 2005 to June 2008, this independent journalist and human rights right defender spent more than 100 days in solitary and was subjected to monstrous forms of mistreatment for refusing to sign a confession. Her crime? Documenting human rights violations by the Uzbek authorities for several years, defending their victims and, above all, investigating the 2005 Andijan massacre, in which hundreds died when soldiers opened fire on protesters. Freed in 2008 after being given the Martin Ennals Award, she now lives in France. Despite a new smear campaign, she has not lost any of her combativeness, running an NGO called the “Fiery Hearts Club”, which has launched the news site Jarayon. Using a vast network of citizen-journalists and local activists, this trilingual site is one of the few sources of independent information about Uzbekistan and its neighbours. Follow the news on Uzbekistan Svetlana Reiter Russia Find out more Blaž Zgaga Slovenia Find out more Information hero Mutabar Tadjibayeva Help by sharing this information Europe – Central AsiaUzbekistan Oleksiy Matsuka Ukraine Find out more Receive email alerts See more