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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition 21th - 28th May 2016 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Bangkok - The case of Chao Phraya River Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Participants:

Pinraj Khanjanusthiti

Dean of the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Cdr. Triwat Viryasiri, RTN.

Assoc. Prof. in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Vorapat Inkarojrit

Asst. Prof. in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University Professors:

Sarayut Supsook

Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Chomchon Fusinpaiboon

Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

tutors: arch. Luca Scalingi organization: arch. Marco Grassi sites: Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition 21th - 28th May 2016 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Bangkok - The case of Chao Phraya River

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University

Organization by:

Scientific Coordinator:

Chulalongkorn University

Maurizio Carones

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Participants:

Pinraj Khanjanusthiti

ประกาศ คณะครุศาสตร์ จุฬาลงกรณ์มPillar หาวิทยาลัย

Dean of the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

เรื่อง แจ้งรายชื่อผู้มีสิทธิ์สอบคัดเลือกเพื่อบรรจุเข้าเป็นพนักงานมหาวิทยาลัย ตำาแหน่ง บรรณารักษ์ P7

Cdr. Triwat Viryasiri, RTN.

Assoc. Prof. in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Vorapat Inkarojrit

Asst. Prof. in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University Professors:

Sarayut Supsook

Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Chomchon Fusinpaiboon

of the Kingdom

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Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

2. นางสาววรดนู เผือกเวช กำาหนด วัน เวลา และสถานที่สอบ วันอังคารที่ 13 มกราคม 2558 เวลา 13.30 – 15.00 น. วิชาเฉพาะตำาแหน่ง สถานที่สอบ

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Project Area

THE PLACE The project area is located along one of the urban sections of the river Chao Phraya. Along the coasts accessibility to the river is thin compared to the length of the waterfront. The river forms the boundary of the two districts. The east bank locates the neighbourhoods between the river and Charoen Krung Road in Bang Rak District. The west bank locates the neighbourhoods between the river and Charoen Nakhon Road in Khlong San District. Charoenkrung is considered the first proper road in Bangkok. This historic area is a unique mix of the old and new, local community and tourist attraction, as well as traditional shops and galleries/art space. Areas along Charoen Krung Road are old commercial areas that have been undergoing transformations. Similar things have started to happen in a slower and lesser way on the other side.

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RIVER AS URBAN CONTEXT - River Cities

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Case Study River as context - River Cities

LONDON

FIRENZE

SEOUL

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London is situated on the River Thames. Was founded as a Roman colony, Londinium, located on the north shore; in later times, with extensions of the city, this has expanded to the other side of the Thames, but the area south of London has been considered a suburb, which is why over the course of the river were placed industrial areas. Only in the second half of the twentieth century the south bank has been redeveloped; many current projects for the conversion of areas of the city are industrial developments.

The original center foundation of the Roman city of Florence dates back to 59 BC The town developed in the tenth century and became an independent municipality in 1115 and in the Middle Ages became an important cultural, commercial and financial center: it was during its historic expansion that the city recognized to the Arno an increasingly important role. On November 4, 1966, the face of the city changed completely when the river overflew hitting not only the historical center but the entire basin.

The historical thresholds expansion of Seoul show the theme of the centrality of the Cheonggyecheon river, and were developed following the principles of Feng Schui, so the city has undergone a decentralization expanding only on the north bank of the Han River. With the successive historical thresholds has returned to the centralization of the river through a natural development of settlement areas, which, with the exponential increase of the population, have crossed the river Han, breaking the natural boundary.

The city of Lugdunum was founded in 43 BC on the Fourvière hill, the site used as a basis to Caesar’s Gallic expedition. But the Saone and the Rhone soon became central to Renaissance Lyon who made the presqu’île the starting point of its expansion. The Industrial Revolution weakened this centrality: the containment of the Rhône allowed a greater mastery of the stream, which pushed the economic center to the east. This led the town to elaborate numerous development plans in order to “rebalance” the city, bringing back the two rivers in the center.

The city of Lugdunum was founded in 43 BC on the Fourvière hill, the site used as a basis to Caesar’s Gallic expedition. But the Saone and the Rhone soon became central to Renaissance Lyon who made the presqu’île the starting point of its expansion. The Industrial Revolution weakened this centrality: the containment of the Rhône allowed a greater mastery of the stream, which pushed the economic center to the east. This led the town to elaborate numerous development plans in order to “rebalance” the city, bringing back the two rivers in the center.

River Old river position Area of flooding Historical thresholds

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Ko Kret The Giant Swing Wat Su Thatsana Thep Wara Ram Chakri Maha Prasat Ministry of Defense Summer Palace Vimanmek Palace Bang Khun Prhom Palace Siam Commercial Bank Hua Lamphong Train Station Chakrabongse House Santa Cruz Church Ananta Samakom Phra Ramrajnivet Palace Devavesm Palace Neilson Hays Library Government House Praya Palazzo Phra Putthayodfa Brigde King Rama I Monument The Democracy Monument Golden Mount Rattanakosin Hotel Grand Postal Building Victory Monument King Rama VI Monument Court of Justice Jim Thopmson House King Taksin Monument Bangkok City Hall The Bangkok Planetarium National Theatre Tuek Klom Alumni Association Scala Theater Panabhandhu School British Council Building Indra Regent Hotel Srifueang fung Building Suan Amporn Pavilion Science Museum Bank of America Building Islamic Center

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Amarin Plaza The Robot Building Erawan Hotel Sathorn Unique Nation Building The Golden Jubilee Convention Hall Bitec The Elephant Building Rajamangala Stadium State Tower Mah Boon Krong Suvarnabhumi Airport Don Mueang International Airport Art and Culture Centre Honda Big Wing Shophouse Transformation The Met Diamond Shape Building Fai-Fah Enco Building British Embassy Building Renovation St. Regis Hotel Museum of Contemporary Art Student Activity Center Tinman House Siam Square Mahanakhon Tower Central Embassy

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The Giant Swing Wat Su Thatsana Thep Wara Ram Chakri Maha Prasat Ministry of Defense Vimanmek Palace Bang Khun Prhom Palace Siam Commercial Bank Hua Lamphong Train Station Chakrabongse House Santa Cruz Church Ananta Samakom Phra Ramrajnivet Palace Devavesm Palace Neilson Hays Library Government House Praya Palazzo Phra Putthayodfa Brigde King Rama I Monument The Democracy Monument Golden Mount Rattanakosin Hotel Grand Postal Building Victory Monument King Rama VI Monument Court of Justice Jim Thopmson House King Taksin Monument Bangkok City Hall National Theatre Tuek Klom Alumni Association Scala Theater British Council Building Indra Regent Hotel Srifueang fung Building Suan Amporn Pavilion Bank of America Building Amarin Plaza The Robot Building Erawan Hotel The Golden Jubilee Convention Hall State Tower Mah Boon Krong Art and Culture Centre The Met British Embassy Building Renovation St. Regis Hotel Siam Square Mahanakhon Tower Central Embassy

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Bangkok 1828 J.Crawfurd

Bangkok 1870

References Water

Bangkok 1888

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Chao Phraya River

Canals opened 1835

Canals opened 1892

Canals opened 1910

Canals opened 1950

Road built 1892

Road built 1910

Road built 1950

Canals closed 1930s

Canals closed 1940s

Road opened 1930s

Road opened 1940s

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Bangkok 1749 J.N.Bellin

Chao Phraya Shortcut

References Chao Phraya River

Bangkok Flooding

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Chao Phraya River

Original route of river

Flood area Low risk

Flood area Medium risk

Flood area High risk

Flood area Top risk

Bridge

Ferry stop

Ferry way

Waterfront industry

Waterfront green area

Inhibited access to the waterfront

Bangkok Maps Chao Phraya River

Ability to access to the waterfront

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Bangkok 1820

References Planning

Royal Road

Greater Bangkok Plan, 1991

Bangkok Comprehensive Plan, 2013 LAND USE

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Chao Phraya River

Canals opened 1835

Canals opened 1892

Canals opened 1910

Canals opened 1950

Road built 1892

Road built 1910

Road built 1950

Canals closed 1930s

Canals closed 1940s

Governmental institutions

Royal Palace

Rural agricultural areas

Medium-density housing areas

High-density housing areas

Low-density housing areas

Bangkok Maps Planning

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Bangkok 1968

Infrastructure

References Infrastructure

Infrastructure Planning 2030

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Railway

Lamphong Train Station

Highway

Highway junction

MRT Metro

MRT Metro station

SRT Viaduct

SRT station

BTR Skytrain

BTR Skytrain station

Underground intersection

Elevated intersection

Underground infrastructure

Ground floor infrastructure

Bangkok Maps Infrastructure

Elevated infrastructure

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CUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE orso di Laurea in Architettura

5th edition - JAKARTA 02nd - 07th March 2015

BORDEAUX INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN INTERNATIONAL URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition 5th edition -AND JAKARTA 02nd - 07th March 2015 INTERNATIONALWORKSHOP WORKSHOPOFOF URBAN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

POLITECNICO DI MILANO SCUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE Corso di Laurea in Architettura

aux, France CONTEMPORARY REGENERATION - Bangkok CONTEMPORARYCITIES CITIESAND ANDURBAN URBAN REGENERATION - Jakarta. The ancient elopment of Bordeaux’s Genova, Italy INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN bank (2000) OLITECNICO DI MILANO

UOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE rso di Laurea in Architettura

A vision forright Genoa (2004) 0 the Bordeaux’s bank Harbour apas a bunch of neglected areas, difomThe its opposite port ofside. Genoa is a major Italian seaNETWORK blem of this area is the presence port on the Mediterranean and is Italy’s ected industrial areas, parking lots busiest port by cargo tonnage. ds. The main purpose of landscape this projgically recovered project will increase and reorganise n’t This to ”siting a stadium, destrian network ismuseum, composed the port’s facilities on a grand scale. nment complex or other architecin loop, a series of perpendicuonument as hopeful magnet in s bisecting thebut wetland port infrastructure”, instead “toand a de of footpaths leadingtothrough a broader time of transition reTHE PROJECT AIMS e urban”. Involving a setaccess of actions aces; encourages within n melting public and private areas and ensures a pleasant and ace landscape, defining small buildREINSTATE public parksetting at thedown human scale nds, without strict A balance between Genoa the city and rds. s. Genoa the industrial port.

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The coast to the city o break up the spaces and the res surrounded by trees are BUILDFirst of all, the team studied the exhibit modern art and induscity and its habits, for example the New airport s found onsite. events linked to the cycle of the Green belt New buildings Piloti sun and (Torrre seansons or70m) to the cycle Future of European high-velocity rail systhe moon, the celebration of tem freedom and of the past glories. trial spirit From panels these studies claimed steel hail thethey underRECLAIM stood that city needs clear rmer industrial spirit.theSituated The current airport surface area for port use water, large pedestrain hout the wetland valley, the fold- accesses reinstated flabed panels are used to with frame viewschannel and an improvment of natural habitat ghai’s skyline and highlight the al past. The reconformaterials birds andare animals. to create artful forms, new pavterial for the boardwalk, and Platforms and containers are ed into the pedestrian network e larger expanses where small can gather.

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harbor and coastline

POLITECNICO DI MILANO 5th edition - JAKARTA 02nd - 07th March 2015 SCUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE Corso di Laurea in Architettura

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GENOVA

URBAN REGENERATION - Student research

Practices Student researchBest Workshop Design Themes - Waterfront URBAN REGENERATION - Port Cities

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URBAN REGENERATION - Student researc

Brooklin Bridge Park site (2009)

MASTERPLAN AND FROM 2000 TO 2013

REVISION

The Masterplan approved by the Senate of Hamburg on February 29, 2000, later opened to the public debate through a series of exhibitions and other events. Thanks to the project Hafen City, the area of Hamburg city center will be enlarged by 40%, giving a boost to the municipality with its 1.7 million inhabitants, as well as the surrounding metProject in 2004 ropolitan region, with a population of SHANGHAI, Chinaabout 5 million.BORDEAUX, France The identity of Redevelopment Hamburg as a maritime of Houtan Park city is further strengthened. Each neigh(2007-2010) Bordeaux’s Right bank borhood has its characterization:

(2000)

the place to live andright bank Built on a brownfield of1.aBaakenhafen former Inis2000 the Bordeaux’s for leisure; industrial site, Houtan Park is a appeared as a bunch of neglected 2. Oberhafen for uses creative and cultural; regenerative living landscape on isareas, different from its opposite 3. Elbbrücken the metropolitan place Shanghai’s Huangpu for riverfront. side. The problem of this area is business and housing. The park’s constructed wetland, the presence of neglected indus1911 1941 ecological flood control,reclaimed parking lots The reworkingtrial of areas, the Masterplan hasand roads. industrial structures and Theinmain purpose this project led materito an increase density, on theof one hand, and a larger surface area, on the als, and urban agriculture are inwasn’t to ”siting a stadium, muother, through seum, the relocation of compategral components of an overall entertainment complex or nies previously based on port sites with a restorative design strategy to treat other architectural monument as total area of 2,320,000 square meters. polluted river water and recover hopeful magnet in disused port The reworking of the Masterplan also the degraded waterfront in an aesinfrastructure”, but instead “to asmeans that the number of homes that thetically pleasing way. can be built is sume a broader time of transition much higher, with more to replantschools, the urban”. Involving a primary and secondary as well set of actions based on melting 1980 1997 as facilities for children.The number of poand increase: private areas tential jobs also public will greatly from with the landscape, defining small build40,000 to over 45,000. able islands, without setting down strict contours.

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Site is comprised of 85 acres of formerly industrial waterfront parcels. The construction of several systems of piles, plat forms, of earth filling, and pavement over the course of 200 years destroyed the natural shoreline. In addition, large urban infrastructure, such as the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, built during the last century severed connections between the waterfront and the evHafen City 1900 eryday life of the city. In a process that will partially reverse the effects of the industrialisation of the river’s edge, Brooklyn Bridge Park will reintroduce ecological systems on the site and reconnect the river HAMBURG, Germany Italy to the city.

GENOVA, A vision for Genoa Harbour

(2004)

Hafen City 1997

In 1992, the Municipality of Genoa organizes works with the primary objective of restoring the link between the port and the historic city, which had 1965loose ties with the construction of the speedway. The connection between the old town and the area of the old port is Piazza CaricamentoHafen and the Cityproject 2007 includes the renovation and restoration of historic buildings and the construction of new facilities such as the Aquarium, the Bigo and the Biosphere.

Hafen City 2013

Hafencity Project

(2000-2013)

The measures envisaged are directed to weave continuity between Hamburg and Hafen City and between this and the southern suburbs; according to the model “a city of neighborhoods,” as its theme the network of public space, as ingredients identity and meaning, making use of the “material” of the historic center. HafenCity is an extension of the center to the river Elbe, and a bridge to the south. A competition was held for the upgrading of the area, won by Hamburgplan, a Dutch-German team led by Kees Christiaanse in cooperation with the firm ASTOC.

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NEW YORK, USA Brooklin Bridge Park site

(2009)

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Site is comprised of 85 acres of formerly industrial waterfront parcels. The construction of several systems of piles, plat forms, of earth filling, and pavement over the course of 200 years Hafen destroyed the natural City Masterplan 2012shoreline. In addition, large urban infrastructure, such as the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, built during the last century severed connections between the waterfront and the everyday life of the city. In a process that will partially reverse the effects of the industrialisation of the river’s edge, Brooklyn Bridge Park will reintroduce ecological systems on the site and reconnect the river to the city.

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Toronto’s Blue Hedge (2001-2026) For much of the 19° and 20° centuries Toronto was a thriving port, brimming with warehouses, factories, and wharfs. In the 1970s, however, deindustrialization left the shores of Lake Ontario littered with brownfields, economically and environmentally spent.

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Four decades later, governement stakeholders are reclaiming and revitalizing this once-forgotten district. Led by Waterfront Toronto, established in 2001 by AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN the federal, provincial, 5th edition - JAKARTAand 02nd city - 07thgovernMarch 2015 ments of Canada, Ontario, and Toronto, the effort is a 25-year, $34 billion megaproject that will transform 2000 acres of blighted waterfront into sustainable mixed-use communities.

AMSTERDAM, Nederlands Borneo Sporenburg (1993-1996)

Two peninsulas in the eastern part of the Amsterdam docks, were to be exploited for water-related activities, as well as 2500 low-rise dwelling units, with a density of 100 units per hectare. For a new interpretation of the traditional Dutch canal house, West 8 suggested new types of three-storey, groundaccessed houses deviating from the usual terraced house in being strongly oriented to the private realm by incorporating patios and roof gardens. Three immense sculptural blocks take their place as landmarks in the vast expanse of houses.

Practices Student researchBest Workshop Design Themes - Waterfront URBAN REGENERATION - Port Cities

URBAN REGENERATION - Student research AMSTERDAM

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TORONTO, Canada Toronto’s Blue Hedge

HUBEI, China Wulijie Eco City

BALTIMORE, Usa Inner Harbour

HONG KONG, China Victoria Harbour

JAKARTA, Indonesia The Great Garuda

(2001-2026)

(2009-2013)

(2012-2020)

(1994-2011)

(2008-2022)

For much of the 19° and 20° centuries Torontob was a thriving port, brimming with warehouses, factories, and wharfs. In the 1970s, however, deindustrialization left the shores of Lake Ontario littered with brownfields, economically and environmentally spent. Four decades later, governement stakeholders are reclaiming and revitalizing this once-forgotten district. Led by Waterfront Toronto, established in 2001 by the federal, provincial, and city governments of Canada, Ontario, and Toronto, the effort is a 25-year, $34 billion megaproject that will transform 2000 acres of blighted waterfront into sustainable mixed-use communities.

Wulijie is planned to be one of many new towns in China to accommodate rapid urbanization. The main urban design concept for the town is to use landscape as ecological infrastructure to integrate various natural and cultural processes to frame the city, and to provide diverse ecosystem services for the residents. Integration and connectivity of natural, biological, and cultural processes are central to the project.

State and city leaders had the vision and the resourcefulness to transform Baltimore’s Inner Harbor from a declining industrial port into a world renowned destination for tourists and city residents. At the same time, significant signs of wear are evident throughout the Inner Harbor, from infrastructure conditions like the degrading promenade. To provide a new dynamic vision for the Inner Harbor, a new master plan looks to build upon the successes of the original 1970’s plan, while providing bold new ideas. The overall intent is to provide a visionary and realistic plan which can be implemented as funds are available.

The main purpose of the public participation programme of the Kai Tak Planning Review (the Study) is to involve the community in planning the future of Kai Tak and in building consensus on the development proposals. The general public has responded enthusiastically to these public participationprogrammes and there is general support to leisure-oriented lower density developments in Kai Tak.

In a Government initiative the Dutch expertise and experience on the integration of water management and urban development is shared with Indonesian partners. A joint project was created to conceive a Masterplan for the National Capital Integrated Coastal Development (NCICD), that will facilitate and encourage flood proof and sustainable development of Jakarta. The NCICD Masterplan proposes a Giant Sea Wall that will protect Jakarta against floods from the sea. Inside the Giant Sea Wall large lagoons will be created to buffer outflow from Jakarta’s rivers. To ensure the quality of this lagoon, waste disposal, water treatment and sanitation measures will be implemented throughout the existing city.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok

Projects

Team 1

THE WATER LINE Claudia Azzalini, Federica Banfi Angelica Bigazzi, Andrea Pirinoli Bill Vikrom Laovisutthichai, Pavadee Thuvavong

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PROJECT IDEA TWO MAIN IMPORTANT VIABILITY ROUTES

Team 2

SKYWALK INTO THE RIVER

CREATE NEW CONNECTION AND OPEN TO THE RIVER

RECOGNIZE SOME IMPORTANT AREA BETWEEN RIVER AND CHAROEN KUNG ROAD

RECONSTRUCTION OF NEW WATERFRONT THROUGH NEW PEDESTRIAN ROUTE

PLANIMETRY 1:2000

Irene Curatolo, Raffaele Mangini Giada Mascherin, Matteo Paronuzzi Nichamas Pisutpunya

LEGEND

PROJECT MATERIALS BECKGROUND SPACE OK PEDESTRIAN PATH GREEN AND WOOD

URBAN FABRIC TREE-LINED PATH

Team 3

WOOD PEDESTRIAN PATH

BLOCKTOP FLOORING

WATERFRONT SPACE

GRASS GREEN SPACE

STEPS

MODULAR MARKET

SKYWALK AND PEDESTRIAN PATH

BOAT ROUTE BOAT ROUTE

CONCREATE STRUCTURE OF SKYWALK

GREEN AREA

GLASS PARAPET

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Nichamas Pisutpunya

Aurora Migliarini, Panuruj Jaratnithiporn Andrea Pasqui, Chiara Pischiutti Anita Schiona 0

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CONNECTING SERPENTINE Beatrice Casiraghi, Cigdem Cavusoglu Giulia Ciusani, Mariagiulia Di Lizia Julia Sprott, Chanavee Suwanasri plan 1:2.000

Team 5

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Bridge

Ferry stops

Scientific coordinator: prof. Maurizio Carones Professors: ajarn prof. Sarayut Supsook; ajarn prof. Chomchon Fusinpaiboon Tutor: arch. Luca Scalingi

Ferry route

Panoramic tower

Students: Beatrice Casiraghi,Cigdem Cavusoglu, Giulia Ciusani, Mariagiulia Di Lizia, Julia Sprott, Chanavee Suwanasri

Covered public spaces

CONNECTING SERPENTINE Chaorienkrung on another level

Giulia Corti, Goffredo Duranti Joaquin Estrada, Cristiano Gerardi Supavit Junsompitsiri

Team 6

TOWARDS THE STREET Costanza Galli, Francesca Maffeis Luca Marasso, Yasmin Ramadan, Pundharee Viryasiri

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok

TEAM - 1 C. Azzalini, F. Banfi, A. Bigazzi, A. Pirinoli, B.V. Laovisutthichai, P. Thuvavong

THE WATER LINE Regeneration of the waterfront We have thought about some problems relating to this area; a lot of traffic in the main street, in the northern part of the area, the need of public free space like plazas, green areas, playground for children, some open areas with sport facilities and also some shops located in a nicer place instead of being close to the car traffic. To link all this different spaces we have designed a path just along the river which starts from the River City pier and finish to the station Taksin where there is the skytrain. To attract the flow

of people to this path we have designed with a module some shops located in the middle of the path which has the roof walkable and the interior is free space for temporary or permanent shops. The two different level are thought from the typical Thai house which has two levels; the upper more private and closed is used for the night and the lower more open is used during the day. in some parts of this promenade the linearity of the path is broken with spaces, public plazas, coming out to the river.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok SKYWALK INTO THE RIVER Reconstruction of the waterfront The project redevelop the waterfront, creating a new pedestrian and cycle path. Where this path meets the many private hotels, it enters into the water with a skywalk, in order to allow you to walk along the shore for its entire length. The skywalk in water spuns from seeing the Skytrain, which we were very fascinated by. This route has different heights; it rises and falls depending on the needs. In correspondence of the main routes, cross, are located the lookout, and piers that allow public

transport boats to stop. Hotels instead have direct access to the private docks, and do not interfere with the skywalk. The path width is 10m, but when possible it widens and includes public land, to allow the unfolding of leisure and gastronomic activities. All along the waterfront a staircase leads down to the water with sitting function. Addressing and responding with different typologies depending on the situation it encounters along its path, the runway could be designed along the river.

VIEW TO THE NEW OPEN PUBLIC SPACE IN FRON OF THE HISTORICAL BUILDING

PROJECT IDEA PROJECT IDEA TWO MAIN IMPORTANT VIABILITY ROUTES TWO MAIN IMPORTANT VIABILITY ROUTES

I. Curatolo, R. Mangini, G. Mascherin, M. Paronuzzi, N. Pisutpunya

RECOGNIZE SOME IMPORTANT AREA RECOGNIZE IMPORTANT AREA BETWEEN RIVERSOME AND CHAROEN KUNG ROAD BETWEEN RIVER AND CHAROEN KUNG ROAD

CREATE NEW CONNECTION AND OPEN CREATE NEWTOCONNECTION THE RIVER AND OPEN TO THE RIVER

RECONSTRUCTION OF NEW WATERFRONT THROUGH NEW PEDERECONSTRUCTION OF NEW WATERFRONT STRIAN ROUTE THROUGH NEW PEDESTRIAN ROUTE

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VIEW TO THE NEW OPEN PUBLIC SPACE IN FRON OF THE HISTORICAL BUILDING

LEGEND LEGEND URBAN FABRIC URBAN URBAN FABRIC FABRIC TREE-LINED PATH TREE-LINED TREE-LINED PATH PATH

SKYWALK VIEW FROM THE RIVER STEPS STEPS STEPS

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VIEW OF PEDESTRIAN PATH IN THE MAINLAND

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok REPEATABLE MODEL SECTION A.A.

REPEATABLE MODEL REPEATABLE MODEL REPEATABLE MODEL

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TEAM - 3 A. Migliarini, P. Jaratnithiporn, A. Pasqui, C. Pischiutti, A. Schiona

MODULAR MARKET Reconnection to the water The project area has some local problems and lacks, our project wants to find an answer to solve them. The lack of connection between land and water underlines the main problem that you can find in this district in the big city of Bangkok. The situation is more problematic because of the scarcity of pedestrian ways and the not promotion of local business. Our idea is based on this analysis of the area and important historical relation between people and the Chao Phraya river from which their city was born;

we want to reconnect all the district with the water getting over the wall, that was built years ago like floods protection. In the main point along the river bank we have set some platforms to link land and water; on them we have designed a market system to involve local people and promote a new place for local business. The shapes melt with the city through some paths and with the river by a wide stair going down in the water.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok

TEAM - 3 A. Migliarini, P. Jaratnithiporn, A. Pasqui, C. Pischiutti, A. Schiona

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok

TEAM - 4 B. Casiraghi, C. Cavusoglu, G. Ciusani, M. Di Lizia, J. Sprott, C. Suwanasri

CONNECTING SERPENTINE Charoen Krung on another level

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that pass on selected roads. Each bridge consists of four basic points: a bridge that allows the crossing of the road which limits the district, the core area of ​​the walkway is divided into public spaces at street level and at the level of the walkways; the third element is precisely the connecting ramp between the two levels, allowing you to experience the area on different levels; the last element is the tower at the end of the path that has the viewpoint function and landing operations.

The idea for the project arose from the need to connect the city to the area; precisely an area that is isolated from the city by the big road that borders this. the project will also connect the city to the river, passing through the neighborhood by creating within public areas, currently missing. It is for these reasons that we decided to break the barrier of three points, after recognizing three roads that connect directly with the river, leading to the docks. The project consists of three raised pedestrian walkways

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IWUAD - International Workshop of Urban and Architectural Design - Bangkok 2016, VII edition

School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering - Politecnico di Milano Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

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Ferry stops

Scientific coordinator: prof. Maurizio Carones Professors: ajarn prof. Sarayut Supsook; ajarn prof. Chomchon Fusinpaiboon Tutor: arch. Luca Scalingi

Ferry route

Panoramic tower

Students: Beatrice Casiraghi,Cigdem Cavusoglu, Giulia Ciusani, Mariagiulia Di Lizia, Julia Sprott, Chanavee Suwanasri

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok ARIADNE’S THREAD

The project is about interstitial and abandoned places of the neighborhood. The aim is to create a network of public spaces that could implement the quality of life, helping the communities to enjoy and share new ways to live inside the maze of small streets. That means caring about the soil materiality and furnishing, such as benches, green supply, playgrounds, installations to create new opportunities for the people to stay on the public ground. Secondly this new thread, that could be

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called ‘woonerf’, connects together some spots in which there are significant public activities. The focus then is on an abandoned group of buildings, facing the river, that could become a new civic center introducing new functions: open space for exhibitions and events, green bar and co-working offices. On the plaza it is pursued the relationship with the water: a hollow framed by steps, that creates an open theatre, connects to a floating peer and on the right an auditorium lays on a small island.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok

TEAM - 6 C. Galli, F. Maffeis, L. Marasso, Y. Ramadan, P. Viryasiri

TOWARDS THE STREET

The place of the project is a very enclose area with different ethnic groups that they live in separate part of that. Analyzing the area and having some interviews, we were trying to understand the features of the neighborhood and what kind of spaces does the inhabitant wanted. In this neighborhood there are a lot of abandoned buildings and we wanted to reusing that buildings and the open space around them. The strategy of this project is to reconnect the main axis with the waterfront and to recreate a new surface of the principal way

of the connection with the waterfront. We were trying to understand what does the sine needs and then we decided to work on the existing path with different level but with the same material. We chose the wood to recreating the new surface and some elements, like some benches, some covering and some platforms over the river. The paths have been enhanced by use the same material. The aim of this new landscapes is to requalify the neighborhood with a creation of some new different spaces that the people can use to. 1:2000

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok

TEAM - 6 C. Galli, F. Maffeis, L. Marasso, Y. Ramadan, P. Viryasiri

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Bangkok

WORKSHOP’S MOMENT

Bangkok’s Style

Final day of Workshop

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Goodbye Thailand

Project area visit Architectural trip

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VII edition 21th - 28th May 2016 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Bangkok - The case of Chao Phraya River

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University Program

Submission guideline

Saturday 21 May Downtown, Bangkok

Each design team must produce n°3 panels (A2, horizontal, PDF/JPEG), n°2 video (90s, MPEG4/AVI)

Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Participants:

Pinraj Khanjanusthiti

Dean of the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Cdr. Triwat Viryasiri, RTN.

Assoc. Prof. in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Vorapat Inkarojrit

Asst. Prof. in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University Professors:

Sarayut Supsook

Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Chomchon Fusinpaiboon

Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

City trip

13:00 - 18:00

First panel - Urban scale: planimetric drawing

Sunday 22 May Downtown, Bangkok

Visit on project’s site

Monday 23 May Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

Bangkok’s Map Presentation Opening Ceremony Design Lab

09:00 - 18:00

11:00 - 12:30 14:00 - 15:00

15:30 - 18:00

Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

Design Lab First Team Project Presentation

09:00 - 12:30 13:30 - 18:00

Wednesday 25 May Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

Design Lab Middle Team Project Presentation

09:00 - 12:30 13:30 - 18:00

Thursday 26 May Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

09:00 - 12:30 13:30 - 18:00

Friday 27 May Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok tutors: arch. Luca Scalingi organization: arch. Marco Grassi sites: Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Design Lab Final Presentation Closing Ceremony

Second panel - Architectonic scale: plans, sections, elevations drawings Third panel - Concept design prospectives

Tuesday 24 May

Design Lab Design Lab

Content of the panels:

09:00 - 12:30

15:00 - 17:00 17:00 - 18:00

Content of the videos: First video: current situation Second video: project proposal


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