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CHOEN TUANGSINTANAKUL IDAHO EXCHANGE PROGRAM PORTFOLIO


CHOEN TUANGSINTANAKUL ADDRESS: 1 4 0 / 2 11 N o r t h S a t h o r n R d . S i l o m , Bangrak. Bangkok, Thailand. TEL : 668-6603-3314 (MOBILE) 6 6 2 - 6 3 7 - 9 3 9 4 E-MAIL :

Choen29510@hotmail.com

DOF :

April, 26 , 1992

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: MIDDLE SCHOOL :

Bangkok Christian College

HIGH SCHOOL

Bangkok Christian College

:

U N I V E R S I T Y : INDA, International Program In D e s i g n a n d A r c h i t e c t u r e . F a c u l t y o f A r c h i t e c t u r e , C h u l a l o n g k o r n U n i v e r s i t y


Y1

S1

PROJECT 1 : HUMAN MAPPING

MAPPING SKELETON PART OF HUMAN BODY & MAPPING THE MUSCLE LINES OF HUMAN BODY. PROJECT 2 : MOVEMENT MAPPING

MAPPING THE THROWING MOTION BY THE GRID BOX THAT ROTATE WHEN THE BODY TOUCH IT. PROJECT 3 : HUMAN TRAP TRAP AND BLOCK THE TRANSITION WHEN HUMAN CHANGE THE MOVEMENT FROM SITTING TO STANDING BY A CONNECT OF ROPE. CONSTAIN IS MATERIAL THAT CAN ONLY BE BAMBOO AND ROPE. MECHANISM THAT RELEASE THE WEB ROPE IS CHALLENGING. MOVEMENT MAPPING

HUMAN MAPPING

MAPPING SEQUENCE

TRAP MECHANISM

TRAP SEQUENCE

WEB OF ROPE


RECORDER CONTAINER

TECHNICAL DRAWINGS

TECHNICAL DRAWINGS

EXHIBITION ROOM DESIGN WOODWIND INSTRUMENT WHICH USE WIND TO OPERATE ITS FUNCTION TO GENERATE SOUND. BOTH WIND AND SOUND IS INVISIBLE. SO THIS EXHIBIT PLACE WILL EXHIBIT SPUND WHICH CAN NOT BE VISUALLY SEE. TO LET THE AUDIENCE GAIN AN EXPERIENCE WHICH USE THE SENSE OF HEARING MORE THAN SEEING.

RENDERING DRAWINGS DROPPING CONTROL

VOLUME CONTAIN

OBJECT ANALYSIS RECORDER ANALYSIS: RECORDER AN OBJECT WITH AN INVISIBLE INPUT FORCE (WIND) VOLUMN CONTAIN: CONTROL THE AMOUNT OF WIND OUTPUT THAT VIBRATE THE RECORDER VOICE CREATOR SOURCE. RESULT IS VOLUME CONTROL.

ANALYSIS OF WIND/ FREQUENCE

DROPING CONTROL: CONTROL THE FALLING DIRECTION.


FINAL MODELS

ANALYSIS/ TECHNICAL DRAWINGS

Y1

PROCESS MODELS

READING SPACE CONCEPT:

SPACE THAT DIVIDE EACH ZONE BY DIFFERENT KIND OF LIGHT QUALITY SUCH AS DIFFUSE LIGHT, INDIRECT LIGHT, AND DIRECT LIGHT. THE FORM OF THE BUILDING WAS ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE SUN PATH.

PROCESS MAPPINGS

S2


FINAL MODELS

PIER AS A PARK


Y2

S1

PROJECT 0: COLLAGE 3 PROJECTS THAT LINKED TOGETHER BY THE CONCEPT THAT DERIVE FROM THE COLLAGE OR PROJECT 0. THE IDEA OF THE PRESENT WORLD ISSUE. THE GLOBAL SITUATION IN THIS CASE CLIMATE CHANGE AND GLOBAL WARMING. PROJECT 0 CONCEPT DERIVE THE OTHER 2 PROJECTS TO GIVE OUT THE SENSE OF THE AWARENESS TO THE GLOBAL ISSUE. PROJECT 1: PEDESTRAIN BRIDGE THE AWARENESS OF CARBON DIOXIDE PROJECT 2: INTANGIBLE SPACE THE AWARENESS OF WATER USAGE

PROJECT 1: PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PROJECT 2: INTANGIBLE SPACE


PROJECT 1: SITE ANALYSIS


PROJECT 2: INTANGIBLE SPACE


Y2

S2

HOME MANIFESTO

“THE SENSE OF HOME IS NOT ALWAYS HAPPEN WHEN I ARRIVED AT HOUSE BUT IT IS THE JOURNEY ALONG THE PATH THAT I USED REPEATEDLY. A “ROUTINE” THAT IS WHAT I DEFINE. THE PROJECT DIVIDE IN 4 PARTS 1. MANIFESTO 2.INSTANCE 3,EXPERIMENT 4.PARAMETER


ENDLESS HOUSE: FREDERICK KIESLER


CONCEPT The repetition of activity or a routine is what I believe creates a feeling of home. Routine is not inherent to a space but it is within us. Routine can be created in any space. But for Continuity of Greenery it creates a nicer space that maintains, enhances and ameliorates a series of problems in the built environment of Sathorn road that impair the community’s ability to build and sustain routines. Once

liberated from the ground, the street is hybridized with an aerial park-like canopy that supports dynamic movement, consumption and leisure activities that could not exist on ground level. In times of traffic, protest or natural crisis, such as flooding, this Green space will still maintain the community’s routines.


FINAL MODEL

STUDY MODEL


Y3

S1


DORMITORY PROJECT

THE CO-OPERATION BETWEEN THE NATURE MADE AND MAN MADE TO REACH OR FIND A HIGHER SUSTAINABILITY FOR BOTH HUMAN AND NATURE


CASE STUDIES


FUTURE ARC COMPETITION


NIPPON PAINT COMPETITION


EVOLO SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION


EVOLO SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION


AA INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP , SINGAPORE


DESIGN BUILT


PRINT MAKING

TYPOLOGY

TECHNICAL DRAWINGS SKETCHES

WOODSHOP



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