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first_imgHagmannareal Housing Development / ARGE HAGMANNAREAL + weberbrunner architekten ag + Soppelsa ArchitektenSave this projectSaveHagmannareal Housing Development / ARGE HAGMANNAREAL + weberbrunner architekten ag + Soppelsa Architekten Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Kone, Stobag, Winckelmans, Adobe, Microsoft, Schneebeli Schreinerhandwerk, Schweizer MetallbauClients:Fritz HagmannEngineering:APT Ingenieure GmbH, Holzbaubüro Reusser GmbHLandscape:KuhnLandschaftsarchitekten GmbHConsultants:Hannes MoosCity:WinterthurCountry:SwitzerlandMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Georg AerniRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERLaminatesWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornText description provided by the architects. The area around Seen railway station has been owned by the Hagmann family for decades. The architectural competition sought to construct car-free, affordable residences in an apartment building with an architecturally and ecologically superior design. The site is accessed on two levels along the edge of the slope, which acts simultaneously as connection and division. The development has two typologies: the courtyard house – an existing former carpentry shop – and the new building with three wings that wind around a central courtyard and range from three to six storeys.Save this picture!© Georg AerniThe concept for the new building envisages, in contrast to the moderate use of the neighbouring residential areas, an efficient and cost-effective construction method based on clear principles, a timber-concrete hybrid construction with a wooden facade that minimises the use of grey energy. Combined with an approved mobility concept, the goals of the 2000-watt society were achieved. The charming existing commercial building, in which various co-operatively organized craftsmen are accommodated, is integrated into the new residential building project. This creates a lively place to live and work amid an exciting mix of uses and preserves the identity and history of the village and the Hagmann family. These existing uses are complemented by a medical practice for general practitioners on the ground floor of the new building.Save this picture!© Georg AerniSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Georg AerniAdditional rooms that can be temporarily added to an apartment, flexible floor plans that enable alternative forms of living and are attractive for people of different ages, as well as outdoor rooms that can be used all year round contribute not only to the mix of uses but also to sustainable development from a social point of view. Inspired by recent concepts for non-profit cooperatives, social sustainability is supported by promoting communal forms of living and a balanced mix of residents. Thus there is a sauna for all residents, common rooms and gardens, a square with a bar and pizza oven in a renovated railway carriage, a children’s playground and a Boule terrain. Monthly in-house events in the bar demonstrate that the hoped-for community is already growing.Save this picture!© Georg AerniProject gallerySee allShow lessAustralia’s Famous Monuments Revealed in a Series of Cross-SectionsArchitecture NewsGoodman Westlink / A Work of SubstanceSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Arbergstrasse 7a, 8408 Winterthur, SwitzerlandLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share CopyAbout this officeweberbrunner architekten agOfficeFollowSoppelsa ArchitektenOfficeFollowARGE HAGMANNAREALOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsWinterthurOn FacebookSwitzerlandPublished on December 15, 2019Cite: “Hagmannareal Housing Development / ARGE HAGMANNAREAL + weberbrunner architekten ag + Soppelsa Architekten” 15 Dec 2019. 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 Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/930107/hagmannareal-housing-development-arge-hagmannareal-plus-weberbrunner-architekten-ag-plus-soppelsa-architekten Clipboard Projects Photographs:  Georg Aerni Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Architects: ARGE HAGMANNAREAL, Soppelsa Architekten, weberbrunner architekten ag Area Area of this architecture project 2018 CopyApartments•Winterthur, Switzerland Switzerlandcenter_img Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/930107/hagmannareal-housing-development-arge-hagmannareal-plus-weberbrunner-architekten-ag-plus-soppelsa-architekten Clipboard Hagmannareal Housing Development / ARGE HAGMANNAREAL + weberbrunner architekten ag + Soppelsa Architekten “COPY” Save this picture!© Georg Aerni+ 20Curated by Paula Pintos Share Apartments “COPY” ArchDaily Area:  7870 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project last_img read more

Feds target ex-con ‘attorney imposter’ for allegedly preying on undocumented immigrants

first_imgAudtakorn Sutarmjam/EyeEm(PHILADELPHIA) — Federal authorities in Pennsylvania are investigating an ex-con who they say preyed on undocumented immigrants by posing as a lawyer and offering thousands of dollars’ worth of “legal services” she was not licensed to provide.At times, 55-year-old Ana Molina of Philadelphia would even use the personal information of past clients to fraudulently bolster immigration cases for her newer clients, a Homeland Security Investigations agent alleged in court documents.“Molina is an attorney imposter,” the agent said in the documents. “Molina accepts money for filing applications for legal status adjustments the client may not even qualify for.”The case shows that even as the Trump administration cracks down on undocumented immigrants inside the United States, the Justice Department is still trying to root out criminals who would target vulnerable immigrants, as recently described by the department.But an attorney representing Molina said the case only shows a “not-so-subtle attempt to bully Ms. Molina into ending the immigration assistance she provides to immigrants who come to this country in search of a better life.”“It should not surprise anyone that in this current political climate, [the federal government] is targeting an immigrant who makes a living helping other immigrants get their affairs in order,” the attorney said in a statement to ABC News.A decade ago, Molina served more than two years in prison after pleading guilty to money-laundering charges connected to a drug trafficking case. After her release, a federal judge allowed her to operate an immigration services business in Philadelphia.But in court documents filed Tuesday, federal investigators alleged Molina used that business, “Molina Multilegal Services,” to dupe undocumented immigrants and their families or friends out of thousands of dollars. She even threatened clients who sought to get their money back, the court documents alleged.Although Molina has yet to be charged, the court documents said there is “probable cause to believe” Molina committed mail fraud and identity theft, citing several cases of Molina’s “fraudulent legal representation” in recent years.In some cases, Molina stole “identity documents from unwitting individuals and used their information” to “defraud” U.S. agencies into believing applicants for immigration status were financially secure and wouldn’t need government assistance, according to the court documents.Several years ago, a Dominican woman allegedly paid Molina $1,800 to resolve her husband’s immigration case. To prove the couple’s financial security, the woman provided Molina with her tax returns.But when the couple grew dissatisfied with Molina’s assistance and asked for their money back, Molina allegedly refused, instead telling the husband he was “illegal and couldn’t do anything,” the husband later recalled to federal authorities, according to the court records.Then, after being hired by a man from Jamaica, Molina used the Dominican woman’s tax forms to file documents on behalf of the Jamaican client, federal authorities alleged.Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents executed a search warrant at Molina’s office on Wednesday.Molina previously earned a degree in “paralegal studies,” according to an online profile of Molina, which was taken down after Wednesday’s raid.Her company’s website, however, describes her as a “renowned lawyer,” and — according to court documents — she repeatedly claimed to prospective clients that she is a practicing attorney, including during a recorded phone call two weeks ago.In his statement to ABC News, the attorney representing Molina said she “will defend herself and the work she does.”But when asked whether he or Molina denies the specific allegations against her, the attorney declined to comment further.Molina’s case is one of many such cases around the country. In 2016 alone, federal authorities received more than 1,100 complaints related to immigration services.But “quantifying the scope of immigration services fraud is difficult because scams are underreported,” according to the Washington, D.C.-based organization Ayuda, which provides legal assistance to immigrants and whose name means “help” in Spanish.Last year, a federal jury in Philadelphia convicted a 65-year-old New Jersey man on several fraud charges for what prosecutors described as his “brazen behavior in posing, for decades, as a licensed attorney.”Leaford Cameron took more than $200,000 from at least 100 victims, many of whom were immigrants and low-income people, according to a Justice Department press release on the case. He was sentenced to 12 years behind bars.“Far from a guardian of the law, Cameron is a crook whose fraud caused serious harm to his victims and the public’s trust in our legal institutions,” the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, William McSwain, said at the time.Cameron has appealed his conviction, and that appeal is still pending.McSwain’s office is now overseeing the investigation targeting Molina, who was born in Peru and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1987.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Prem clubs smash spending record

first_img The £835million is also over £200million more than the previous record of £630million, also by Premier League clubs in 2013, and the net spend was £410million – £350million to overseas clubs and £60million to Football League clubs. Dan Jones, partner in the sports business group at Deloitte, said: “This summer transfer window has again been one of records with Premier League clubs spending more than in any previous transfer window. “This summer has also seen the highest gross spend in a single transfer window by a single Premier League club and a new record transfer fee for an individual player in English football [Angel di Maria, £59.7m].” The total only includes £6million from the loan fee of Radamel Falcao to United from Monaco however – if the striker moves on a permanent basis at the end of the season that fee will form part of transfer spending in 2015. Jones added: “We continue to see the increased resources that Premier League clubs enjoy, as a result of improved broadcast deals, translate into investment in players. “Last season the average Premier League club received over £25million more in central broadcast distributions than they did in 2012/13, which has helped fuel a new record spend this summer. Spending across the other top divisions of Europe saw La Liga splash out £425million, Italy’s Serie A next with £260million, followed by the Bundesliga in Germany with £250million and France’s Ligue 1 with £100million. Press Association Premier League clubs have smashed the record for spending on transfers in the summer window after splashing out £835million on new players, according to analysts. center_img Manchester United led the way, with a record for an English club of £150million spent during the summer, as the Premier League clubs displayed the spending power of their huge domestic TV deal. Business advisory firm Deloitte said the total was almost double the sum spent by clubs in Spain’s La Liga this summer. last_img read more

Surinamese Drifters expected to thrill crowds on April 2

first_imgGUYANESE will be treated to their first bit of professional Drifting exhibition during the first National Race of Champions on April 2 at the South Dakota Circuit.Two cars out of Suriname, A Honda S2000 and a Toyota Verossa, both sponsored by KGM Security Services will thrill the fans with a drifting exhibition between races during the circuitArgill Wreed’s Toyota Verossarace day, an official close to the racing club has confirmed.“The two guys will arrive here at the weekend and go up to the track to see the layout. One is no stranger to Guyana. He is a former champion here and is known as Oliver from Suriname,” GMR&SC committee member Paul Jiwanram said.He continued, “What we want to do is to bring something different to racing this season and our aim is to keep the hype all through race day come April 2. What we’ve noted in the past is that during races, the crowd hype tends to die down and we want to change that.”The two drifters, Oliver Tjin Liep Shie who will pilot the Honda and Argill Wreed who will be at the helm of the Verossa ,have both indicated their readiness for the event, adding that they are excited to participate in the event.The event’s sponsors include Ansa McAl, through the STAG Beer brand, ExxonMobil, Fly Jamaica, Seaboard Marine, Tony’s Auto Spares, Japarts, Choke Gas Station, CARICOM Auto Sales, E Networks, S. Jagmohan Hardware Supplies, Truck Masters and Jialing.last_img read more