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Mako Residence / Bates Masi Architects

first_img Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/34485/mako-residence-bates-masi-architects Clipboard Houses ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/34485/mako-residence-bates-masi-architects Clipboard United States Save this picture!© Christopher Wesnofske+ 9 Share 2007 Mako Residence / Bates Masi ArchitectsSave this projectSaveMako Residence / Bates Masi Architects CopyHouses•Amagansett, United Statescenter_img Architects: Bates Masi Architects Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Mako Residence / Bates Masi Architects Photographs:  Christopher WesnofskeText description provided by the architects. In many ways, a small house can be more luxurious than a large one because of the casual simplicity it affords. The owners of this little retreat in the dunes appreciated the lifestyle their quirky but comfortable weekend house provided for many years but its flaws needed correcting: space was tight for their growing family, areas of the structure were sagging, and large expanses of glass admitted too much direct sunlight. Also, the form of the house, a series of boxes and turrets, was somewhat awkward looking. The challenge in this major renovation and addition on a restricted site was to add space and amenities while simplifying the form and function of the house into a balanced whole that fit within the owners’ busy lives. Save this picture!© Christopher WesnofskeRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreThe added spaces tie the house together visually and structurally. The new bedroom and bath on the second floor fills a void in the original composition and takes advantage of the spectacular views of the surrounding dunes. The south wall of this bedroom is a sliding glass door that opens onto a new deck and views of the ocean beyond. The roof cantilevers past the door to form a sunshade that stretches, ribbon-like, past the existing master bedroom windows and down to a new storage closet on the first floor. This ribbon visually knits the addition and the existing house together creating a simpler whole. Save this picture!© Christopher WesnofskeThe roof of the bedroom also extends to the west, forming part of the frame for a new screen that addresses the house’s structural and sun lighting problems while giving the house its appealing new public face. Steel is hidden within the screen’s frame to stiffen the existing wall that had been bowing out. The screen within is comprised of 16’ long vertical boards heated and twisted 180 degrees. The twisting boards shade the existing living room windows from the harsh sun above and give privacy from the street below to the bedroom. During the day, the interiors are filled with soft reflected light and the views are preserved. At night, when backlit and viewed from the road that descends in front of the house, the twisting boards create visual effects that seem to move as the viewer does. Save this picture!© Christopher WesnofskeOn the first floor, the addition of a sleek new kitchen allows the space of the former eat-in kitchen to become a proper dining room. The new dining room is ideal for entertaining friends while the kitchen, opening onto a terrace in the private back yard, is a great setting for casual meals with the family. The simple white-on-white theme of the kitchen is carried throughout the renovated interior with bleached floors and white walls that create a bright, clean, relaxed atmosphere that is perfect for a beach getaway.Save this picture!© Christopher WesnofskeProject gallerySee allShow lessNew images released for 9/11 museumArticlesNew Amsterdam Pavilion / UNStudioArticles Share Year:  Projects “COPY” CopyAbout this officeBates Masi ArchitectsOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAmagansettRefurbishmentHousesUnited StatesPublished on September 11, 2009Cite: “Mako Residence / Bates Masi Architects” 11 Sep 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021. 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Press release: Foreign Secretary statement on military action in Hodeidah

first_img Following the start of military action by Coalition-backed forces to take Hodeidah port back from Houthi militia, I call on all parties to respect international humanitarian law and prioritise the protection of civilians. We are in regular contact with the Coalition about the need to ensure that any military operations in and around Hodeidah are conducted in accordance with international humanitarian law, including on the protection of civilians, and do not disrupt commercial and humanitarian flows through the port. The Coalition have assured us that they are incorporating humanitarian concerns into their operational plans. It is vital to maintain the flow of food, fuel and medical supplies into Yemen. For their part the Houthis must not compromise port facilities or hinder the humanitarian response. The ongoing Coalition intervention in Yemen came at the request of the legitimate Government of Yemen after Houthi rebels took the Yemeni capital by force in 2014. Houthi forces have consistently failed to adhere to UN Security Council Resolutions, including by launching missile attacks against Saudi Arabia and shipping in the Red Sea. They have obstructed access for humanitarian supplies leading to significant suffering among civilians. It remains imperative to resume work towards a comprehensive political settlement. Lasting peace and stability in Yemen will require dialogue and negotiation. UN Special Envoy Martin Griffiths is due to update the Security Council soon on his proposals for a negotiated settlement. We call upon all parties to throw their weight behind his efforts, for the sake of the Yemeni people and the security of Yemen’s neighbours. Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn For journalists Follow the Foreign Secretary on Twitter @BorisJohnson and Facebook Media enquiries Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook Notes to EditorsThe UK is working with the UN, NGOs and the Coalition to respond to the humanitarian situation. The UK has committed £170 million to the UN’s Yemen Humanitarian Appeal for the financial year 2018/2019, making the UK the 4th largest donor.Further information Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said: Email [email protected]last_img read more

COLUMN: Playoff committee faces tough decisions

first_imgThe College Football Playoff Committee unveiled its first CFP rankings of the year Tuesday night. The committee had its hands full with 11 undefeated teams — compared to just three last year — and several other one-loss teams with impressive resumes.But that is why the NCAA decided to switch from the BCS to the CFP. To make sure that humans were making the decisions based on the eye test, strength of schedule and quality of wins.The BCS system showed too much favoritism to teams from Power Five conferences — especially the SEC. There was  even a year when two SEC teams played for the NCAA Championship despite there being several other qualified teams.Last year, the committee got it right by picking Ohio State over Baylor and TCU. The committee was hit with harsh criticism by picking the Buckeyes, who had a relatively soft schedule, over the one-loss Texas programs, but in the end, the decision turned out to be the choice.The CFP was a success on all levels in year one.Unfortunately, it appears that year two may be retreading into the same bad habits that plagued the BCS system: SEC bias.When the committee released its first poll of the season, many were shocked to see two SEC teams ranked in the top 4 — undefeated LSU and one-loss Alabama. In fact, the committee’s top 25 is almost completely different than the AP Top 25.The Committee’s top 10: Clemson, LSU, Ohio State, Alabama, Notre Dame, Baylor, Michigan State, TCU, Iowa and Florida.The AP Top 10: Ohio State, Baylor, Clemson, LSU, TCU, Michigan State, Alabama, Notre Dame, Stanford and Iowa.If the College Football Playoff started today, the two Big 12 representatives would be left out once again. The committee actually ranked two one-loss teams — ’Bama and Notre Dame — ahead of the likes of undefeated Baylor, Michigan State, TCU and Iowa.The other four undefeated teams — Memphis, Oklahoma State, Toledo and Houston were left out of the top 10 altogether.The team that may have the most outcry at being left out of the top 10 is Memphis. The Tigers are one of two undefeated American Athletic Conference teams, but own one of the best wins of the season — a 13-point victory over Ole Miss.That’s the same Ole Miss team that went into Tuscaloosa and beat the Crimson Tide with ease. It appears that the committee was way off in its decision-making this year.This season has been full of surprises, and the committee could have quite the decision to make come the end of the season. There is a strong possibility that each Power 5 conference could boast a one-loss conference champion.The Pac-12 is already guaranteed a one-loss champion. Alabama and LSU will square off this weekend, but if Ole Miss wins out they would be the West representatives in the SEC Championship game with two losses.The Rebels would then surely face off against Florida for the championship, leaving a one-loss Alabama team at home.In the Big 12, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU and Baylor all have to play each other. Assuming each of these teams beat up on each other, there could be a tie for first in the conference once again.Having no championship game could come back to haunt the conference for a second consecutive year.Ohio State still has to play both Michigan and Michigan State and then possibly undefeated Iowa in the Big 10 championship game. If Clemson can escape with a win over Florida State this weekend they will have the best chance of being an undefeated conference champion.Now for the non-Big 5 conferences, it comes down to Houston, Notre Dame and Memphis. Houston and Memphis will square off later this month with the winner surely ending the season undefeated. Notre Dame has a late season showdown against Stanford.In this hypothetical situation, the committee could be looking at a one-loss Utah, a two-loss SEC champion Ole Miss, a one-loss Alabama, a one-loss TCU, a one-loss Big 10 champion Ohio State, an undefeated Clemson, an undefeated Memphis or Houston and a one-loss Notre Dame for four playoff spots.How fast until the media and fans start calling for eight teams if that situation arises?Maybe Pat Haden made the right choice by stepping down from the committee. I sure wouldn’t want to be making that choice.Nick Barbarino is a senior majoring in business administration. His column, “Beyond the Arc,” runs Thursdays.last_img read more

Gen.G appoints Jordan Sherman as Head of Sponsorships and Revenue

first_imgAnother experienced member of the sports industry has jumped ship to esports, with Gen.G appointing Jordan Sherman as Head of Sponsorships and Revenue.Jordan Sherman, Gen.GSherman has almost a decade of experience in the sports industry, spending time at Major League Baseball working in business development, digital marketing, and sponsorships, and acting as Director of Corporate Partnerships at the Los Angeles Clippers for almost two years.Gen.G has called upon Sherman to help the organisation reach fans in three key markets: China, Korea, and North America. His goal will be to “bridge the gap between east and west and evolve universal esports lifestyle and culture.”Jordan Sherman, Head of Sponsorships and Revenue for Gen.G commented on his new venture: “Esports is the future of professional competition and Gen.G is at the forefront of the esports industry with its global reach. I’ve seen first-hand how MLB and NBA partnerships can drive revenues and reach business objectives for our clients and I am excited for esports to further develop into the next frontier for even greater results. Connecting premier brands with Gen.G and engaging such an amazing fanbase is an incredible opportunity, and I look forward to elevating the Gold Standard esports experience.”Kent Wakeford, COO of Gen.G added: “We are incredibly fortunate to have premier talent such as Jordan join the Gen.G team. Jordan’s unique experience working with premium sports and digital brands provides Gen.G with invaluable contacts and resources to further engage Gen.G’s valued fans.”Gen.G was previously known as KSV Esports, rebranding in May as an effort to establish itself as a leading organisation in the industry.Esports Insider says: Bringing experienced figures over from traditional sports is something we expect to see a lot more of over time, and it’ll likely benefit esports as long as those people understand that it’s a different beast. Sherman having as much experience in digital channels as he does is key for Gen.G.Sign up to our newsletter!last_img read more