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first_img YAK01 / Ayutt and Associates design Year:  Houses Thailand “COPY” YAK01 / Ayutt and Associates designSave this projectSaveYAK01 / Ayutt and Associates design Architects: Ayutt and Associates design Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/578044/yak01-ayutt-and-associates-design Clipboard photographs:  Piyawut SrisakulPhotographs:  Piyawut SrisakulSave this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulRecommended ProductsDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAText description provided by the architects. The brief designer received from the client was for functional spaces like any normal house, though what they really liked were square, modern style house, but they asked that it should not be hot inside.  Even though the usable space of the land is limited, but the client still wanted a large greenery area to enjoy, as well as a modern house with sun shades and rain protections. This is the most challenge part for the architect, who was to configure the modern language of architecture in a way that would suit the hot and humid climate of Thailand.Save this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulThe architectural language of YAK01 house was inspired by the traditional Thai house layout and space. The ground floor is arranged as a Thai traditional house design with a central courtyard that functions as a feature foyer and distributor before accessing to the main living space.Save this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulBy the way, the designer does not want to follow all of the well-trodden path of the traditional Thai house design, Designer has a completely different form to the aforementioned formula and proves that a problem does not necessarily have just on right answer by following the traditional way.Save this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulThe first challenge was the relatively small site in a shape close to a rectangle, with its narrow sides facing West and East. Spreading the required functional spaces over one floor would fill up the whole site, meaning there would be no open spaces and poor ventilation, AAd thus made a two-story building, with the building mass placed along the Southern perimeter of the site, in order to open up as much space as possible on the northern side for a garden.Save this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulThe second challenge was: Behind the guise of modernism, lies AAd’s intention to create Thai spaces out of modern architectural vocabulary, to reconcile the demands of the climate with those of the contemporary Thai lifestyle. On the whole, this house is the result of trying to answer age-old questions with designer’s own new formulas. The interest lies in the fact that he challenged the established routine and experimented for other answer, even if the result is not the most perfect one, but at the least YAK01 house is his own answer, born out of his own search, without recourse to those well-established norms.Save this picture!Axonometric DiagramAll materials used in this house are thoroughly modern: off-form concrete, metal, glass and aluminium. The structural elements are made of reinforced concrete while the roof on the top floor is made from metal sheets filled with heat and acoustic insulation. For the ground floor, the flat concrete roof has a layer of gravel to prevent heat from entering the building.Save this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulThe brick plaster walls are punctuated by areas of glazing with the exterior facades mostly rendered in white to reflect the heat.To incorporate a modern feeling to the house design, the architect installed customized Silver Aluminum Extrusion Strip vertically on the wall of the master bedroom and master bathroom. The strips make the house look like a silver box floating on a black granite sheet below. Save this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulHeat and rain form the basic problem faced by buildings in this region, and are therefore crucial to the design. While this house does not have traditional long roof or large overhanging eaves such as usually found in tropical regions, nevertheless the upper volume overhangs the lower one, in effect acting as rain and sun protection for the ground floor, as well as effecting a play of shadow, adding depth to the facades.Save this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulThe Aluminum strips façade are also designed for air buffer insulation to cool down the main bedroom space during the daytime.“I’m not saying that it’s 100 percent Thai, But at least it’s a try”Save this picture!© Piyawut SrisakulProject gallerySee allShow lessLondon Calling: On FondnessArticlesCasa Tabique / Alejandro D’ AcostaSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/578044/yak01-ayutt-and-associates-design Clipboard Save this picture!© Piyawut Srisakul+ 31 Share 2013 2013 Photographs CopyHouses•Bangkok, Thailand Projects ArchDaily Area:  500 m² Area:  500 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeAyutt and Associates designOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBangkokHousesThailandPublished on December 18, 2014Cite: “YAK01 / Ayutt and Associates design” 18 Dec 2014. 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first_img RSF calls for release of newspaper editor held in South Sudan November 1, 2019 AP journalist’s expulsion another blow to press freedom in South Sudan Organisation News Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is concerned by the recent expulsion of AP journalist Sam Mednick from South Sudan following the Media Authority’s decision to revoke her press pass. Mednick was one of very few foreign print journalists working in the country. The move is the latest blow to press freedom in South Sudan, where impunity continues for the killing of at least 10 journalists during the country’s ongoing civil war, including British-American freelance journalist Christopher Allen. Photo: Albert González Farran Canadian journalist Sam Mednick has been forced to leave South Sudan after receiving notification on 23 October 2019 from the country’s Media Authority that her press pass has been revoked for six months on the grounds that she had “concocted misinformation intended to create panic and fear of [the] unknown.” The allegation was connected to her reporting on tensions increasing in the run-up to the formation of a unity government, planned for 12 November. AP has stated that it stands by Mednick and her story. During her three years in the country, Mednick had reported extensively on subjects that would otherwise have received little international attention – such as the impact of the ongoing civil war. In the absence of an official investigation, her journalistic investigations into the killing by South Sudanese armed forces of British-American freelance journalist Christopher Allen in August 2017 have formed a crucial basis for his family’s legal case, alleging that war crimes were committed in the targeting of Allen and the treatment of his corpse. At least 10 journalists have been killed since South Sudan’s civil war erupted in December 2013.“We are deeply concerned by Sam Mednick’s expulsion from South Sudan, following similar moves against other foreign correspondents in the country in recent years. Her reporting was a valuable source of information from South Sudan, where at least 10 journalists have been killed during the ongoing civil war. We call on the South Sudanese authorities to review this decision and ensure that all journalists are able to report freely and safely from the country,” said RSF UK Bureau Director Rebecca Vincent.A number of other foreign correspondents have been expelled from South Sudan in recent years, including AP journalist Justin Lynch, who was arrested and deported in December 2016. In June 2017, the head of the Media Authority announced that 20 foreign journalists had been banned from working or continuing to work in the country for writing “unsubstantiated and unrealistic” stories that “insulted or degraded South Sudan and its people.”South Sudan is ranked 139th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. News Help by sharing this information News RSF_en center_img June 12, 2017 Find out more July 23, 2019 Find out more to go further South SudanAfrica Armed conflictsWomenFreedom of expression Follow the news on South Sudan Two years on, free expression groups hold DC and London vigils seeking justice for the killing of freelance journalist Christopher Allen South Sudan closes its borders to foreign reporters South SudanAfrica Armed conflictsWomenFreedom of expression August 26, 2019 Find out more Newslast_img read more

first_img The 29-year-old flattered to deceive during a similar deal at Manchester United last year, with the Monaco striker only able to hit four goals in 26 outings for Louis van Gaal’s side. Falcao, who failed to score for Colombia in the Copa America before their penalty shootout defeat to Argentina in the quarter-finals, has long had the backing of Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho and has set his sights on trophies at Stamford Bridge. Radamel Falcao is targeting his first silverware in England having joined reigning Premier League champions Chelsea on a season-long loan. ‘I am very happy to be joining Chelsea and can’t wait to start training and help with our aim of retaining the league title and being successful in Europe,” he told Chelsea’s official website. Having missed the 2014 World Cup with a serious knee injury, Falcao’s career appeared to be back on the rise as he joined United as part of Van Gaal’s revolution. But he only managed goals against Everton, Aston Villa, Stoke and Leicester as United finished fourth and the Red Devils opted against turning his move into a permanent transfer. Whilst Van Gaal was getting United back into the top four, Chelsea were winning the league and Capital One Cup double with their own new forward Diego Costa helping himself to 20 Premier League goals. Now he will be teamed with Falcao – after the pair played together for Atletico Madrid – in what is a potentially potent strike-force at Stamford Bridge. Having first played in Europe for Porto, Falcao made his Champions League debut against Chelsea and also hit a hat-trick against the Blues in the European Super Cup during a goal-laden spell at Atletico. He then made his way on to Monaco but his big-money move was less successful as he suffered a serious knee injury in 2014 and missed half the Ligue 1 season and the World Cup. Having already played with fellow Chelsea players Costa, Thibaut Courtois and Felipe Luis at Atletico and Juan Cuadrado at international level, Falcao will already have a host of familiar faces in the Chelsea dressing room and, with a manager determined to get the best out of him, the forward will be hoping to show he can cut it in the Premier League. He is now expected to link up with his new team-mates on a pre-season tour of the United States, with his return to Old Trafford pencilled in for December 28. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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