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Contents Academic Experience AR102 | Mechanical System Development

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AR215 | Dwelling Unit

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AR316 | Thammasat Cultural Center

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Competition Floodway Home

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A fundamental study of visual arts in both two and mutiple dimensions are using various techniques sush as composition, arrangement of video and spaces, and combination of the color and textures of materails to bring forth the desired effect in design and planning.

Course Objectives 1. To enchance student’s essential architectural skill which is incorporate analysis and synthesis skills together with systematic and creative thinking. 2. To enchance student’s with systematic and creative thinking and be able to implement their work accordingly. Students are required to practice of the following skill : 2.1 2.2) 2.3)

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Analytical skill - students have to be able to understand a “system of relation” Communicative skill - students have to be able to translate those from part via series of drawings, models, and words with precision. Synthesis skill - students have to be able to design their “system of relation”, which evolve from their own study.


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This is a project of a fundamental study about visualization under the course name ‘Visual Studies and Communication in Architecture’. The project begins by choosing a mechanical object, stapler, studying about its mechanical system, movement and analysis how does it work. Then I created a set of mechanical model duplicated the system, my purpose is to multiply the system of an stapler into a complex mechanical system. As seen in the pictures on the right page, the final model is developed by multiplying the system and forming in X,Y,Z axes that make the system more complex and more interesting.


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Course Description

The fundamental architectural design studio emphasizes on skill of both analysis and synthesis as well as their applications to an architectural design process. Subject to be studied incorporates architectural analysis from case study of its system and tectonics of architectural design by considering elements in architecture, space, form, programs, site context and aesthetic. Furthermore, this course offers the integration of architectural knowledge of technology and environmental design technology in order to anhance student's rigorous architectural design process.

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To study conceptual design process by observation, investigation, analysis, synthesis, re-reading the architecture, and re-construction with various design experience and experimental design. To derive the issue of “form and space development” in term of public/private, negative/positive space, dimensions in architecture, and etc. from “synthesis/design research”. To explore the relationship of place, human behavior, and activities space then, create to a new living space.


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AR215 Architectural Design 1 2nd Year | Semester 1

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The House with Balls by Matharoo Associates is an architectural case study of my dwelling unit design project. The conceptual term of my study method derived from the House with Balls are the geometric form and grid blocks. I created an experimental design process by the derived conceptual terms from case study and applied it into an single space, then I developed the conceptual space to the dwelling unit. Location : Muang Thong Niwet Village, Jangwatthana Road, Laksi, BKK, Thailand Site Area : 750 m2 Build Area : 452 m2 Building Height : 8.50 metres Program : House Completion : October 2011


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Course Description

This is the continuation of practice that introduces the integration of materials and construction technology, structure, and the relationships between tectonics, sites and programs into an architectural design .

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The continuation of practice from AR 215; exploring a practice of design in the more complex conditions that are related to various types of users in natural and/or urban context through the theme of small-scale public building. The study emphasizes on development of thinking and working process incorporated with skills of analysis and synthesis of data collected from a field work. It equally focuses on the intelligent integration of fundamental architectural knowledge that are programmatic, spatial, environmental, structural and material factors including concerns of regulation in order to enhance student’s rigorous design process.


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AR216 Architectural Design 2 2nd Year | Semester 2

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It begins by the inspiration from community decadence in Pratunam district. I would like to make a new landmark in this district to effect the community by attracting more visitors, tourists and invertors, they will come with community income and investment. I created experimental form finding and design process by analogize the physical form of diamond. I design the building as a new shiny landmark in the pratunam district to shine the community and bring a progress to it. Location : Pratunam Junction, Pratunam district, Ratchatewi, BKK, Thailand Site Area : 2500 m2 Build Area : 7250 m2 Building Height : 19 metres Program : Pier+Restaurant+Library+Office Completion : March 2012


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APTU Creative Place

“if you could design your ideal learning environment, what would it look like? how would it feel? how does it sit in its community, in its landscape, in the world?”

APTU Creative place is fundementally aimed to challenge students to explore places that could enhance people’s learning and imagination; could creatively inspire and aspire people; and prepare a future architect / designer / planner / urban designer to be able to survive in the rapidly changing phenomena.

To achieve this, students need to design his/her exploration method (via series of readings, case studies, field trip, etc.) in order to come up with student’s concept of learning, and its interrelationship to places.

In another word, the aim of the project is to challenge students to be able to design their studying method, to conceptualize their idea, and to solidify their concept architecturally.


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AR315 Architectural Design 3 3rd Year | Semester 1

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According to the project problem, if I could design my ideal learning environment, what would it look like? I solve the problem by studying phychology in architecture, which kind of space could effect architecture students to have more creativity. I have found that people could think creatively if they know well in various kind of knowledge, so I create an experimental design process by making a set of models studied how could various programs stay together in a same space. The final design proporsal show the building form that gather various function in a design school together. Location : Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University, Thailand Site Area : 20000 m2 Build Area : 31100 m2 Building Height : 20 metres Program : Architecture and Design School Completion : October 2012


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Integrated Design in ways of analysis in Thai Architecture, Including stories of lifestyles, norms, art&cultures, material & construction technology and other contexts. To practicing with Contemporary Thai Architecture, Modern Thai Architecture, etc. to be resolved the problem with Thai Architecture for a new lifestyle and the way of living nowadays.

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Various aspects of Thai Architecture such as form and space, structural concept, construction materials and etc will be explored in the context modern Thai society through series of lecture and design experiments. Students will be assigned two design phases. The studio outcomes should reflect all the insights gained from discussions in the class, lectures as well as the information derived from research.


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AR316 Architectural Design 4 3rd Year | Semester 2

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This is a project of an experimental study about Thai architecture. The conceptual terms of my study method derived from the case study, Rachamankha (located at Chiang Mai, Thailand), are the conceptual term of courtyard, hierarchy and proportion of Thai elements in Thai architecture. The final design proporsal is planned by the conceptual term of courtyard, sequenced the perception and circulation by the conceptual term of hierarchy and designed the building form by the conceptual term of proportion of elements in Thai architecture. Location : Thammasat University Rangsit Campus, Pathum Thani, Thailand Site Area : 8700 m2 Build Area : 14000 m2 Building Height : 12 metres Program : Cultural Center, Theater, Library ,Office Completion : March 2013


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Project Description : Ranong International Airport

Nowadays, airport are not just the place for aviation. In globally operating markets, airports have become critical assets in competition in regions. They promote capital investment and create employment in a wide range of activities for the coming of AEC situation. For this reason, Ranong Airport was proposed as the first loacation of the region with project-based development organized by the Airports of Thailand: AOT.

Concept design of the new Terminal of Ranong Airport is expected and developed in compliance with the standards and practices recommended by the International Civil Organization (ICAO) and the Thai Civil Aviation Regulations, and in accordance with the guidelines and recommendations made by the International Air Transport Association(IATA). Terminal will have a capacity to handle 1 million passengers per annum (mppa) based on the concept design provided in the following Design Brief.

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Students will learn how to design an Airport Terminal with complicated functional requirement in urban site.

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Students will deal with real information, including site context, access, traffic, program, building codes, site constrains, building operation, etc.

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Students will learn how to integrate building or life-support systems to the project of Ranong Airport.

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To enable the student to develop clear independent thinking and critical design process.

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To design a project where the full array of creative elements-discovery, invention and creation areessential tools of the design method. The studio will emphasize the development of each student’s individual design approach.

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To give the students the opportunity to fully develop a design for a project from the initial stage, where the program is determined by a complex set of contradicting constrains such as urban design, existing building techniques and economics. The organization of the studio will allow the student to complete a design which may include preliminary plans, outline specifications, cost estimates and a project pro-forma. Emphasis will be placed on the processes that this type of project goes through from conceptualization of the program and design to the development of design presentations that depict the project’s vitality and feasibility. This process will allow the students to learn how to establish, evaluate and prioritize conflicting needs of both the art of design disciplines and the actual project development.

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To provide the student a wide arrayof disciplines, specialists, consultants, and resources that can be used to inform the problem definition and solution.

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To engage in analysis and design activities which further the student’s understanding of and skills for dealing with design as a team endeavor.

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To design a project where the student strives to achieve a balance between the major characteristics of a good building: economy, utility, environment, durability, practicality and beauty.


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Project Description : Muang Thong Heights Tower

Bangkok Holding Company Limited owns large blocks in Muang Thong Mid-Town adjacent to IMPACT-Muang Thong Thani. The development team anticipates constructing high-rise structures with mixed-use complexes that constitute an exellent property investment. They generally combine offices and residential units, sometimes with the addition of hotel. This mixture allows the shared of certain technological and functional facilities. The students are expected to coordinate their research-based design analysis and ideas so as to combine the requirements.

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Students will learn to design a high-rise building with complicated functional requirement in urban site.

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Students will deal with real information, including site context, access, traffic, program, building codes, site constrains, marketing aspect, etc.

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Students will learn how to integrate building or life-support systems to the project.

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To enable the student to develop clear independent thinking and critical design process.

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To design a project where the full array of creative elements-discovery, invention and creation areessential tools of the design method. The studio will emphasize the development of each student’s individual design approach.

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To give the students the opportunity to fully develop a design for a project from the initial stage, where the program is determined by a complex set of contradicting constrains such as urban design, existing building techniques and economics. The organization of the studio will allow the student to complete a design which may include preliminary plans, outline specifications, cost estimates and a project pro-forma. Emphasis will be placed on the processes that this type of project goes through from conceptualization of the program and design to the development of design presentations that depict the project’s vitality and feasibility. This process will allow the students to learn how to establish, evaluate and prioritize conflicting needs of both the art of design disciplines and the economics of real estste development.

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To provide the student a wide arrayof disciplines, specialists, consultants, and resources that can be used to inform the problem definition and solution.

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To engage in analysis and design activities which further the student’s understanding of and skills for dealing with design as a team endeavor.

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To design a project where the student strives to achieve a balance between the major characteristics of a good building: economy, utility, environment, durability, practicality and beauty.


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Course Objectives To focus on using rapid prototyping devices to explore the geometry concept in material usage, form generative and structure.

To empower the design’s decision making by using simulation software. The lectures and workshops are conducted to provide students with the theoretical foundations and the practical tools necessary for conducting efficient design projects using the computer technology. Studio will acquaint course participants with the relationship between design, various forms of computer modeling both explicit and generative, simulation techniques and to practically fabricate the tangibility of practical digital idea.


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& graphic Presentation Rhinoceros 3D Modeling Parametric Architectural Design With Grasshopper Digital Fabrication with Laser Cutting CG & Presentation With Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator AutoCAD


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CAD | Cam | Graphic Presentation

These are my experimental practice in computerized and computational architectural design. I practice 3D modelling with Rhinoceros and scripting with a plug-in software, grasshopper. Now I am able to modelling various kinds of complex 3D model by grasshopper, if the model has an algorithm to generate and kind of complex form, I am able to script the grasshopper plug-in. I am also able to do a 3D rendering with V-ray for Rhinoceros and retouch with Adobe Photoshop, and moreover, I am able to draft an architectural graphic diagram with Adobe Illustrator and using Adobe InDesign for an publication. I proof that I have enough skills to do an architectural presentation.

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What happens if the floods come back?

Tra Chang, a leading building materials brand, is inviting undergraduate students with creative ideas to design strong and durable houses in its “Floodway Home� competition.

Held in collaboration with Cotto and Habitat with an aim to educate the public on the importance of building safe and flood/disaster-resistant houses, the competition is accepting designs for beautiful, strong and durable detached houses with 32 - 40 m2 of utility space for a family of four. The designs should use mainly Tra Chang or Cotto materials with a budget limit of 150,000 baht.


Floodway Home

Disaster Home Design Competition 2012

flood/disaster resistant houses


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Contents

The exhibition ‘Water Brick’ exhibits information about architecture, design and urban. Making an truely understanding in each part of ‘Water Volume’ seriously and conscientiously by these 7 lessons of information.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Learning from YESTERDAYS Architecture and Cities Thailand’s settlement with water Our King and water Global case studies on Architecture with water 6 Water cities Visionary water architecture

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This is a competition design project I do with my friends as a university student team to compete with other university student team from other university in the whole Thailand. I am the team leader. We have brainstorming to define the content, our content is to waken Thai people to realize that they have participation in using water in their daily life, that means everyone have an participation in resource consumption and dirty the water. After the judge, we are the winner of this competition, thanks for our teamwork, the winner prize proof that we could defeat our competitors and get the prize if we are united and exert in our work.


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Water Brick Experimental Design Students Exhibition Competition 2012

The Best Prize of University Students Award


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thanks to my teacher s and advisers for all advices and help that I've got since i am an architecture student in APTU I promise i will be a good architect work with morality and do my best :)

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Hinto's Architecture Portfolio 2013