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PREFACE

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PHAN SUB-DISTRICT ADMINNISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION SCHOOL-POST DISASTER SCHOOL

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O-ART-IM HOUSE

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SEACON BANGKAE

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3PH WAREHOUSE STUDIO

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THE GRAND PINKLAO CLUBHOUSE

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S-CONSTRUCTION

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MET BANGKOK BISTRO

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D: Facade / Roof P11 S18 S19

MING MONGKOL GREEN PARK

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FOOD VILLA MARKET

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RACHAPRASONG SKYLINK

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GATEWAY EKAMAI

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CENTRAL PLAZA WESTGATE

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KING POWER DUTY FREE MALL RENOVATION

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STARVIEW BY EASTERN STAR

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X-FLOAT

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STARBUCKS FOOD VILLA

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BAAN SAI MA

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PHAN SUB-DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION SCHOOL – POST DISASTER SCHOOL Phan, Chiang Rai Architect Suriya Umpansiriratana & Walllasia Client Phan Sub-District Administrative Organization School Structural Engineer The Engineering Institute of Thailand under H.M. The King’s Patronage Conceived under the principle of sufficiency, the new school building contains three standard classrooms measuring 6 x 9 metres. The design focused on the selection of appropriate building materials by considering the unique properties of different material in conjunction with the skill and knowledge of local builders. The selected material was required to be low maintenance and earthquake-resistant. Steel was chosen as the main structural material because it is widely available and could easily be handled by the local construction workers. The roof was constructed out of metal sheets, which are lightweight and pose less risk during earthquakes.The roof is raised high to help keep the building cooler. Most of the exterior enclosure is composed of steel bar grills that not only allow for natural ventilation but also help to strengthen the building. Cement boards were chosen for the other parts of the enclosure and for the partition walls because of its flexibility and also to keep the building skin independent from the structural framework. Both side walls can be used as shoe closets and storage space. The floor was raised 50 centimetres off the ground to facilitate ventilation and building maintenance.

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AIR SPACE Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan Architect Hypothesis Client Penetra Group Structural Engineer Power Plus

Glass cladding runs along the front façade, exposing the building’s activities to passersby as well as blending the lush exterior landscape with the interior programmes. Wood cladding lines the rear walls of the rectangular building, which is divided into two wings—the cafe and the restaurant— with an outdoor entry courtyard in the centre. The transparent front façade also connects the interior space with outdoor seating areas at the front, as well as a small musical stage in the garden on the north side. The interior decoration alludes to the Wright brothers’ barn, where the aviation pioneers developed and kept their first gliders and early planes. The team imagined Air Space as a workshop and a hangar, within which a full-scale glider dominates the ceiling space of the restaurant. Mechanical artifacts, machine parts, and construction tools become decorative elements as well as built-in components of the space.

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S CONSTRUCTION Prawet, Bangkok Architect Metaphor Design Studio Client S. Associate Construction Structural Engineer S. Associate Construction

The project consists of the addition of a 400 square metre office space inside what was originally a steel factory, now partially used as a manufacturing unit for various metal parts and storage. In order to separate the office space from the vast factory area ‘an architecture within an architecture’ was created. Consisting of a steel structure on the mezzanine floor that has a geometric, faceted appearance finished in dark tones reminiscent of unpolished steel. The challenge was to design a new architecture with a strong character, but within the original context. Ancient steel mills and the mechanical equipment of the past inspired the concept of S-Construction office. Metaphor utilized the combination of wood and steel in the design through observation of a hammer, a standard tool that has two major components, ‘steel and wood’. While the steel part of a hammer is intended to perform the hard work, the wooden handle is gently crafted to come into contact with the human hand. With this observation, Metaphor created an office space that highlights the strong sense of steel in the exterior contrasting the softness of wood in the interior.

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Ming Mongkol Green Park Thap Kwang, Saraburi Architect Architects 49 Client Siam City Cement Structural Engineer Architectural Engineering 49

Ming Mongkol Green Park implements the ‘Sustainable Living’ philosophy developed under the Royal Initiative of His Majesty the King. This philosophy is most clearly portrayed in The King’s 84th Anniversary Memorial Hall and the OTOP Kiosk. In these buildings the structural components act as aesthetic elements alongside the other architectural components. The façades were designed to reveal the steel structure within, simultaneously expressing their double function of strength and beauty. From the early design stages minimizing energy consumption was a key concern. By applying a second skin façade of vertical fins, solar heat gain has been significantly reduced; this in turn reduces the requirement for cooling within the building. In addition, the creation of a high ceiling space allows any internal heat gain to be collected and discharged through a stack effect. To supplement this effect, natural ventilation is introduced through doors across the space. The designers had a strong intention to integrate function, aesthetics and sustainability seamlessly into the project. The result is a highly efficient building that clearly articulates its core philosophy.

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FOOD VILLA MARKET Taling Chan, Bangkok Architect I Like Design Studio Client BT Group Corporation Structural Engineer Kor-IT Structural Design and Construction

The project serves the needs of the local community by providing a new standard of marketplace, one that avoids the dark, muddy walkways and improper ventilation typically seen in Thai markets. The design concept aims to relate the building to the community by combining a modern department store with a more traditional Thai market. The project covers approximately 25,000 square metres and consists of four main volumes—a 4,000 square metre marketplace for 400 stalls, a two-storey restaurant with life style shops, a twenty-four-hour supermarket with a Starbucks drive through, and a pet and plants zone. The architect adopts the shapes of barns and farmhouses for each volume and merges them together. Wide flange steel is used as the primary structure, while translucent metal sheets are used for the façade to receive natural light during the day and create a glow from inside at night. Air ventilation is addressed with a gap at the top of gable roof and with openings in the façade between the split roof levels.

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Gateway Ekamai Sukhumvit, Bangkok Architect Architects 49 Client The Thai Red Cross Society Structural Engineer Architectural Engineering 49

The main architectural element of Gateway Ekamai is the ribbon façade formed from aluminium composite panels fixed over a steel sub-frame. Using digital technology, the position of the curved lines and their overlaps were able to be determined exactly, enabling precise fabrication. Each ribbon was named and drawn using CAD software, layer by layer, so that each individual panel’s size and shape could be determined. This in turn allowed each panel to be matched to the standard aluminium panel sizes that were available. This approach resulted in very few unforeseen problems during installation. Although the curved lines were in fact faceted, the curve effect of the ribbon façade still remains. Another key element in this project, the skylight, was designed using a ‘shell’ steel structure. There are in fact no steel trusses spanning across the atrium, rather a 30m by 30m triangular ‘shell’ of steel webs span to form the skylight. The contractor fabricated the entire skylight off-site in Chonburi. The fabricated pieces were then dismantled in sections for transportation and re-fabricated on site. The dimensions of a 40’ trailer truck and the height limits on public highways had to be taken into consideration when planning the dissection of steel web sections. On site the con-tractor erected temporary scaffolding, rising 5 floors, to support the re-fabrication. A significant highlight during the construction process was when the scaffolding was removed after the skylight structure was in place. The skylight settling a few centimetres at the center of the structure, however this was within the allowable engineering tolerance, the finished result was a triangular grid steel structure that perfectly matched the triangular shape of the atrium.

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BAAN SAI MA Sai Ma, Nonthaburi Architect Studiomake Client David Schafer & Orapun Sarasalin Schafer Structural Engineer Borvornbhun Vonganan Suradej Kaewprasert Rittichai Ninphoo It is designed to be a hyper-flexible structure, able to accommodate the future rhythms of life and studio practice. All functional requirements informed the structure of the building, which is a welded steel moment frame arranged in a 3m grid. Long spans are achieved solely with precast hollow-core slabs. Columns and ground floor beams are 150 mm x 150 mm steel wide flange and the doubled roof beams are 150 mm x 90 mm steel angle. Care was taken to make sure that full 6-metre lengths of the structural steel could be used with maximum efficiency, without waste, and without having mid-span joints. For ease of future removal and renovation, all walls are hollow construction and made of lightweight steel tube framing clad in various substrates. All plumbing walls were arranged at the gridlines. Pipes run within the framed walls, through the long span hollow core slabs, down past the offset grade beams and run up through the double roof beam to vent through the roof. The east-west running steel beams also act as electrical wireways for the length of the house, allowing future electrical or infrastructure work to be completed easily. The steel roof aligns with the structural grid and allows for continuous ridgeline penetrations. At gridlines, plumbing vents through the ridge vents, within rooms the vents continuously expel hot air, and at bathrooms and kitchens they carry exhaust air. Custom thermal break spacers were placed during roof installation which separates the steel roof from the steel structure and prevents heat transfer. The west side of the building is clad with a rainscreen of raw mild steel. Thermal break spacers were also used here, and the steel is held away from the waterproof membrane, allowing air to circulate and stopping heat transfer.

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DIRECTORY of Architects AGALIGO STUDIO 888/157, Baan Klang Mueang, Srinakarin Road, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250 Thailand T 66 (0) 2347 6122 E admin@agaligo.com www.agaligo.com AMA DESIGN STUDIO 51/13 Sukhumvit 64 Yaek 6/3, Bang Chak, Prakanong Bangkok,10260 Thailand T 66 (0) 2741 5417-8 F 66 (0) 2741 5416 E ama@amadesignstudio.net www.amadesignstudio.net ARCHITECTS 49 81 Sukhumvit 26 Road, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110 Thailand T +66 (0) 2260 4370 E a49@a49.co.th www.a49.co.th CHARCOAL DESIGN Moo 19, Seri 4, Soi Rama IX 43, Rama IX Road, Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250 Thailand T 66 (0) 2718 2515 F 66 (0) 2718 2515 E info@charcoaldesign.co.th www.charcoaldesign.co.th DUANGRIT BUNNAG ARCHITECT (DBALP) The Jam Factory, Soi 41/1-2 Charoen Nakhon Road, Khlong San, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600 Thailand T 66 (0) 2861 0960-4 F 66 (0) 2861 0965 E office@dbalp.com www.dbalp.com HYPOTHESIS 85/1 Sukhumvit 54 Bangjark Phrakanong Bangkok 10260 Thailand T 66 (0) 2117 2659 E office@hypothesis.co.th www.hypothesis.co.th I LIKE DESIGN STUDIO 32/530, Sinthanee Private Villa, Soi Nawamin 135, Nawamin Road, Nuanchan, Bueng Kum, Bangkok 10230 Thailand T 66 (0) 2949 7655 F 66 (0) 2949 7655 E il@ilikedesignstudio.com www.ilikedesignstudio.com

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