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CHINABHORN VIRIYASAKSATHIAN II ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II 2014-2018

O P O R T F O


CONTACT NAME: CHINABHORN VIRIYASAKSATHIAN E-MAIL: chinabhorn@gmail.com PORTFOLIO LINK: www.issuu.com/chinabhornviriyasaksathian PHONE: +(66)-98-042-8066 ADDRESS: 74 Pradipat 25 Room 706, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400 THAILAND

WORK EXPERIENCE Architects 49, Chiangmai, Thailand Intern, Aug - Sep 16 The Cabin Chiangmai : Design staff house and 3D modeling, design Canteen plan and 3D modeling, design parking shelter and 3D modeling De Naga Chiangmai : Presentation Layout

C H I N A B H O R N VIRIYASAKSATHIAN

Ngee Ann Polytechnic Singapore, Singapore Outsourced,Oct 16 Motorized Walker Research Project : 3D modeling University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, Graphic Design, Apr - Jun 17 Department of Architecture Study Abroad Program in Rome : Booklet K2LD Architects, Singapore, Singapore Intern, Jul - Aug 17 Mandai Home, Sanctuary and Heritage : Presentation for master plan and landscape layout Yu Xing Clubhouse & Showflat Zhuhai : 3D modeling, perspectives and presentation layout Jai Baan Studio, Chiangmai, Thailand Junior Architect, Sep - Aug 18 When I Was Young : Constructional drawing Baanlaesuan Fair 2017 : Presentation plates of demonstration houses Wetland Sanctuary : Presentation booklet Life Work Space : Design and presentation Booklet Akha Ama Kitchen : Design and presentation Booklet Swallow Cabin : Design and presentation Booklet


REFERENCE Nicole Huber Associate Professor University of Washington hubern@uw.edu +1 (206)221-6326

Galen Minah Associate Professor University of Washington gminah@uw.edu +1 (206) 543-4182

HANDS - ON Model making: Wood, Cardboard, Clay, Wire mesh and Foam Hand Drawing and Painting: Architectural Style and Free Style Photography: Architecture, Landscape and Still Life

EDUCATION University of Washington Seattle, WA, United States 2014-2017 Architecture in Rome Study Abroad Venice, Vicenza, Verona, Siena, Naples, Pompeii, Amalfi, Rome, Italy 2017/09-12 Shoreline Community College Shoreline, WA, United States 2013-2014 Macleans College Auckland, New Zealand 2011-2012 Whitley Secondary School Singapore, Singapore 2009-2010

SOFTWARE Autodesk AutoCAD

: Intermediate

Google SketchUP

: Intermediate

Autodesk Revit

: Beginner

Rhino

: Intermediate

V-ray

: Intermediate

Flamingo

: Intermediate

Adobe Photoshop

: Advanced

Adobe IIIustrator

: Advanced

Adobe Indesign

: Advanced

ACHIEVEMENTS UW Dean’s List 2015-2017 UW CBE Departmental End of Year Show 2017 Shoreline Community College Associate Degree Graduated with Honors 2011 First in IGCSE Art and Design 2011 Academic Prize for Art 2010 Academic Prize for Design and Technology 2009


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contents contents


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UNTIE THE RIBBON 06 - 17

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RAMP IT UP! 18 - 29

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NEON ALLEY 30 - 39

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BOUNDERLESS 40 - 49

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SISTEMA MODULI 225 50 - 57

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THE CABIN CHIANGMAI 58 - 63

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SWALLOW CABIN 64 - 77


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untie the ribbon PROJECT T YPE PUR POSE LOCAT I ON AR EA

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HOSPITALITY NATURE RETREAT SEATTLE, WA, USA 2,200 m2

Nature retreat is not only a place to escape from chaos urban atmosphere but also an outdoor classroom where individuals learn to value a significance of nature. The design goal intends to capture the serene landscape and it also underlines the essence of nature that can be utilized as a treatment to ease ones’ emotion. Openings target to capture pleasant landscape views of the beach, meadow and woods that are adjacent to the site. Various activities held within the retreat are placed on, in and above the ground level to create different experiences as ones progress from a room to another. Individuals enter the retreat from the first floor level where a kitchen, living room and reading area locate. The first floor level provides spaces for one to converse and relax with landscape scenery of meadow and woods. The ground level contains bedrooms and bathrooms embed into the ground for privacy purposes. Connecting stairs at ground level leads to the contemplative areas where the beach is clearly visible and whispering waves are perceptible.


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Meadow

Woods Loop Trail

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Beach

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Design Schematic 1

Design Schematic 2

Design Schematic 3

Design Schematic 4


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Knot

Untie

Release

A Path leading to the entrance

East Elevation

West Elevation

Reading Kitchen II Dining II Living

Sleeping II Contemplative 4

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East Elevation

West Elevation

East Elevation


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Beach

Meadow

Woods

Capturing dynamic landscape views of the beach, meadow and woods with architectural frames SCALE 1/64 0

64’


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Section A-A A

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Ground Floor Plan

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1. Bedroom 1 2. Bedroom 2 3. Restroom 4. Balcony


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Section B-B A

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First Floor Plan

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5. Living Area 6. Dining 7. Pantry 8. Outdoor Living Area 9. Reading Area


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View from the middle roof capturing the panoramic scene

View from the middle roof

View of the reading area

View of re

View while approaching the entrance


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Exploring spaces through a physical model emphasizes the significance of nature by bringing it into the design. Spaces of nature retreat shelter are fragmented and positioned in, on and above the ground levels.


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RAMP IT UP ! P ROJECT T YP E P URP OS E LOCATION ARE A

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COMMERCIAL & PUBLIC COMMUNITY FOOD CENTER SEATTLE, WA, USA 2,330 m2

The site of Community Food Center located in the heart of University of District where it is the hub of learning center for individuals of all ages. The design intents to create playful experiences utilizing ramps as a connection from one level to another. The design process began with the study and development of ideas from a massing model comprised of five intersecting volumes. In later process of the massing model exploration, pieces of the model are removed to create spaces that accommodate various food production activities such as a traditional way of growing and hydroponic growing method for urban areas where growing spaces are limited. Moreover, the design also contains food preparation rooms and places for consumption within this urban community food center. The goal of the design is to create a playful environment for ones to learn and experience processes of a food production from raw ingredients to final products. Ramps wrap around food production processes to create enjoyable experiences as they allow ones to have a glimpse of both theoretical and practical activities. The goal of the design is to draw amusement from visitors from all ages and raise their concern about an essence of food production in the urban environment .


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20 Green Canopies

Recreation

Shop & Food

Pavement

Transportation

NE 52 nd St

Residence


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University District Farmer Market

University Heights Center

Brooklyn Ave NE

NE 50 th St

University Way NE


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Design Schematic 1

Design Schematic 2

Design Schematic 3

Design Schematic 4


Design Schematic 5

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DESIGN SCHEMATIC Designing processes begin with model studying focuses on factors that characterize the current and future conditions of the given urban area. Making model is an exploration of circulation and space of the design. The design includes growing spaces and the demonstration of food production processes within the building.


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SECTION AA - DD 1. Cooking Classroom 2. Hydroponics - Mason Jar Room 3. Mixing Nutrients Room 4. Loading Area 5. Compost 6. Walk-in Freezer 7. Storage 8. Cooking Classroom 9. Hydroponics Mason Jar Room 10. Hydroponics Demonstration 11. Mixing Nutrients Room 12. Reading Area 13. Loading Area 14. Computer Station 15. Compost 16. Commercial Kitchen 17. Common Eating Area 18. Storage 19. Coldpress and Packing Area 20. Cooking Classroom 21. Hydroponics Demonstration 22. Reading Area 23. Computer Station 24. Commercial Kitchen 25. Coldpress and Packing Area 26. Mechanical Room

Up

Clear Polycarbonate Wood

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6 Water Tank

Glass

Rooms for workers

Underground Level Underground Level

Laminate

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Laminate

Down

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Laminate

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Entrance Concrete

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Reception

Landing

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Material Choices

Theoritical process

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Street Level

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Practical process

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Integration between theoritical and practical processes

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Section AA

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Section BB

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Down Bookshelves

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12 Up Landing

Landing

Roof Terrace

3rd Level D

A Down

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Landing

2nd Level

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Up

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Landing

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Up Landing

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Section CC

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Landing

4th Level

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Section DD

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translucent envelope The community food center capturi passerby’s attention through ramps as glass allows visual connection from outside to inside. The utilization of textured and transparent envelopes help portray and enhance ramp features.

Glass

Concrete

Textured Glass

Corten Steel

East Elevation

South Elevation

Core

Circulation

Textured Envelope

Clear Envelope


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View of the entrance hall and lobby

View of the roof terrace


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Exterior perspective displays a connection between the community food center and nearby abandoned area which transforms into cultivating space within the university district. The green space provides a transition in this urban area where it lacks opened space for gathering or holding activities.


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neon alley PROJEC T T Y P E PU RPOSE LOC ATIO N AREA

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REVITALIZATION RENOVATION BOTHELL, WA, USA 2,000 m2

Renovation is intent to transform underutilized block and pedestrian passages into productive community gathering spaces and enhanced retail environments, while simultaneously addressing increased parking demands.The block in Bothell connects the historical facade to the city plaza, emphasizing multifunctional and transformative places that aim to activate local community. The neon alley and a parking lot with a perforated historical pattern underlines visitors’ needs and provide convenience for individuals who come to Bothell.


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32 Neon Alley is located between the north facade of the existing storefronts and the south facade of the added parking garage.The narrow walkway is lined with brick pavers and character neon signage.Facing pedestrian storefronts create a retail shopping district. Neon Alley complements the historical Main Street facades, providing an informal and intimate retail experience.

Neon Alley Morning Scene Perspective


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34 The pedestrian alley can become a vibrant night scene with neon signs and night activities behind the stores of Main Street. The street signs help direct the way and catch the attention of pedestrians.

Neon Alley Night Scene Perspective


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Existing color palette of the historical facade

Proposal design with a new color palette for the historical facade


38 Diagonal Parking Scheme 2400 SQ FT

MIX-USE PARKING GARAGE AND RETAIL Integrating a two story parking garage responds to the parking shortage expressed by the community. The decision aims to meet the target vehicle occupancy while also integrating retail to make the structure multidimensional. Strategically retail stores are arranged parallel to existing storefronts to creating a cohesive town square.

Retail Stores Parking Lots Stairs Existing Parking Section

102nd ST

101st ST

94 Parking Lots Ground Level


39 Parallell Parking 11600 SQ FT

590 Parking Lots Ground Level

2nd Level

Proposal Parking Section

101st ST

102nd ST


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bounderless PROJEC T T Y P E PU RPOSE LOC ATIO N AREA

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COMMERCIAL & PUBLIC MUSEUM BERLIN, GERMANY 8,400 m2

The concept design is inspired by creating a connection between artworks of the current era and the historical artworks. The body of the design above the ground level represents the art of the present century. The body is supported by the historical arts below as roots that entwine below the ground level and form the he birth of contemporary artwork. The underground level of the design is connected to Neue National Gallery to express the relationship between the past and present artworks.


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Section AA


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Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany Site Plan


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Design Schematic 1

Design Schematic 2

Design Schematic 3


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Design Schematic 4

Design Schematic 5

The museum is a place of living dialog, a place that makes it possible to experience the creative potential of a specific time – for a broad audience, with reference to contemporary life worlds.


46 UNDERGROUND LEVEL 1. Meeting Point 2. Main Exhibition 3. Sculpture Park 4. Theater 5. Restoration 6. Office 7. Storage 8. Mechanical Room 9. Restroom 10. Outdoor Exhibition

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Underground Level


47 STREET LEVEL 12. Foyer 13. Reception & Cloakroom 14. Temporary Exhibition 15. Auditorium 16. Plaza 17. Loading Area 18. Restroom 19. Souvenir Shop 20. Cafe 21. Reading Corner &

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Observation Deck B

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Section BB SCALE 1/64

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Entrance from the street level

Outdoor sculptural exhibition

Area below the curved body forms outdoor exhibition space


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Space below the curved body leading to the plaza


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SISTEMA MODULI 225 PROJECT T YPE PUR POSE LOCAT I ON AR EA

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RESIDENTIAL PRECEDENT STUDY MULTIPLE CITIES, FINLAND 75 m2

The moduli 225 system, created by Finnish architects Kristian Gullichsen, Kirmo Mikkola, and Juhani Pallasmaa in the late 1960s, was designed as a system for prefabricated summer homes. Remarkably simplistic, the system is based on a frame of identical cubes measuring 225 centimeters, fitted with 75 by 225 cm ceiling, wall, window, and floor panels, rendering the small, one story houses incredibly adaptable, at least within the confines of the grid. The prefabricated panels meet both vertical and horizontal surfaces. Precise and cohesive dimensions allows an insertion into the structural grid and its variability (opaque panels, glass panels and wooden panels cleated), causes the system to adapt to the different requirements of the program. The structural material, wood, responded to shipping costs as well as to the cultural climate and building traditions of Scandinavia, despite its modernistic outlook. The structures were raised off the ground by steel footings, each of which grounded a wooden column. Beams were then hung between the columns with a complex system of metal brackets, forming the frame that could be filled with walls or left open.


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Sistema Moduli Sistema Moduli

The moduli 225 system, created by Finnish architects Kristian Gullichsen, Kirmo Mikkola, and Juhani Pallasmaa in the late 1960s, was designed as a system for prefabricated summer homes.

Kristian Gullichsen and Juhani Pallasmaa

Remarkably simplistic, the system is based on a frame of identical cubes measuring 225 centimeters, fitted with 75 by 225 centimeter ceiling, wall, window, and floor panels, rendering the small, one story houses incredibly adaptable, at least within the confines of the grid. The structural material, wood, responded to shipping costs as well as to the cultural climate and building traditions of Scandinavia, despite its modernistic outlook. The structures were raised off the ground by steel footings, each of which grounded a wooden column. Beams were then hung between the columns with a complex system of metal brackets, forming the frame which Kristian Gullichsen and Juhani Pallasmaa could be filled with walls or left open.

SCALE 1/8

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54 The “225 System� is based on a frame of identical cubes measuring 225 cm with 75 by 225 cm ceiling, wall, window, and panels. Wood is the structural material responded to shipping costs as well as to the cultural climate and building traditions of Scandinavia, despite its modernistic outlook. The structures were raised off the ground by steel footings, each of which grounded a wooden column.


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Joinery

Conectores metálicos tectonicablog.com

Conectores metálicos

Encuentro viga-pilar

Encuentro viga-pilar

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Sistema Moduli

Spots of Systema moduli 225 spread around Finland

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Encuentro con la cimentación

Encuentro con la cimentación

a cimentación

SISTEMA MODULI 225 is present in various summer houses in Finland

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Horizontal Components

Kristian Gullichsen and Juhani Pallasmaa Kristian Gullichsen and Juhani Pallasmaa

Vertical Components


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Customized options which each summer home can be customized according to owner’s preference


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The cabin chiangmai PROJECT T YPE PUR POSE LOCAT I ON AR EA

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RESIDENTIAL STAFF HOUSE CHIANG MAI, THAILAND 245.60 m2

The Cabin Chiang Mai is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The center has offered treatment for alcohol, drug and behavioral addiction since 2009. Staff house is an accommodation for employees working for The Cabin Chiang Mai. An objective for the staff house is an inexpensive residence with cost-effective materials. Essential facilities required to include inside the house are shared restrooms and shower units. Each room consists of mandatory furniture such as a table, chair, closet and bed for provided for users’ convenience. Railing that wraps around balconies is replaced with benches for ones to sit, rest or interact with others before entering units. Windows are created in different sizes, painted in different colors to form a compelling pattern that catch ones’ impression as they approach the house. Besides a decoration purpose, windows also benefit the building as they help improve air circulation and reduce temperature.


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grey pantone A selection of grey palette for the staff house blends in with surrounding buildings so that to create a unity for an overall project. In addition, grey requires an effortless maintenance to stay without stains. Grey metal sheet and concrete are major materials as they are economical matters under a cost restraint.

South Elevation


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A

B

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Floor plan

North Elevation

SCALE 1:150

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Section AA


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Section BB

SCALE 1:150

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swallow cabin P ROJ EC T T YP E P URP OS E LOCAT ION ARE A

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HOSPITALITY ECOLOGICAL RESORT CHIANG MAI, THAILAND 245 m2

The site of Community Food Center located in the heart of University of District where it is the hub of learning center for individuals of all ages. The design intents to create playful experiences utilizing ramps as a connection from one level to another. The design process began with the study and development of ideas from a massing model comprised of five intersecting volumes. In later process of the massing model exploration, pieces of the model are removed to create spaces that accommodate various food production activities such as a traditional way of growing and hydroponic growing method for urban areas where growing spaces are limited. Moreover, the design also contains food preparation rooms and places for consumption within this urban community food center. The goal of the design is to create a playful environment for ones to learn and experience processes of a food production from raw ingredients to final products. Ramps wrap around food production processes to create enjoyable experiences as they allow ones to have a glimpse of both theoretical and practical activities. The goal of the design is to draw amusement from visitors from all ages and raise their concern about an essence of food production in the urban environment .


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Inclined columns

Attatching

Weightless

Nature of the nest that attach to a cliff

Lifted ground floor with weightless structrue

Cozy

Columns lean against natural landscape to support bed alcove and living area above. Besides, the lower level is utilized as an outdoor bathroom surrounded by natural screen.

Openings around a cabin allow better air circulation

Light structure surrounded by natural landscape

2.60

5.20

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TILTED ROOF

TRANSPARENT ENVELOPES

4.00

3.60

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CROSS - LEG STRUCTURE

SCALE 1:150

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CONNECT WITH NEARBY SITE

47.87 m

CE

ENTRAN

ARRIVAL COURT

CE ENTRAN CH A O APPR

(BICYCLE PARKING)

UNIT A

Private area provides for visitors to relax or rest in their units.

21.72 m

VEGETABLE COURT

GUESTROOM UNIT

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WAY TO PARKING LOTS

BAMBOO

FIG

FIG COURT UNIT B

COMMON SPACE FIG ACTIVITY COURT

Common space consists of 3 major parts that are a lobby, workshop room and library.

23.38 m

UNIT C

ACTIVITY COURT

Activity court is a gathering space where visitors can spend time with activities such as a workshop or campfire both during day and night.

23.39 m

m 20.62

FIG

CROP ROTATION YARD BANANA YARD

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PRIVATE

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STREET

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KITCHEN& WORKSHOP

2.30

ENTRANCE HALL

4.90 11.20

LIBRARY &LIVING

4.00

ACTIVITY COURT

WC

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COMMON SPACE Common space is an area where visitors interact with one another. Kitchen workshop area can be turned into a dining area when there is no workshop schedule. Entrance hall is also multipurpose space that sometimes can be used as a lobby, dining or even living area capturing an overall landscape view. SCALE 1:150

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BALCONY

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Guestroom unit first floor level The first level is an outdoor bathroom where visitors can closely experience natural scenes that boost up ones’ energy after an exhausting day with indoor or outdoor activities. Natural materials such as bamboo, gravel and wood are utilized as they blend in with natural environment.


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5.00

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BED ALCOVE

LIVING AREA

TERRACE

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Guestroom uniT 3.65

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second floor level

1.10

The second level is for a bed alcove and living area that extends from an interior to exterior. At this level, visitors will have a better vision of Chiang Dao Mountain. Transparent material allows ones to have clear views of natural landscape.

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Hidden behind natural screen The common area building is hidden behind the fig courtyard that provide natural shading from three fig trees originally situate within the site. Moreover, they can be illustrated as a natural gate yielding a sense of welcoming before entering the ecological resort.


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Multipurpose space Visitors are able to spend their time all day long around this area where various activities can be held. Ones can spend their time with cooking or agricultural workshops during daytime. For nighttime, this space can turn into a fire camping area where numerous people gather around or assemble tents together.


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weightlessness The guestroom unit supported by tall and thin metal structure stands in the middle of natural landscape. The structure inspired from the swallow’s nest portrays in form of an interlocking frame with inclined columns.


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