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AR 102 VISUAL STUDIES AND COMMUNICATION IN ARCHITECTURE

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AR 216 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2

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AR 316 THAI ARCHITECTURE DESIGN

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AR 415 INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

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AR 416 VERTICAL STUDIO (COMPUTER AND FABRICATION)

OTHER ACHEIVEMENT AND EXPERIENCES

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AR 102 : VISUAL STUDIES AND COMMUNICATION IN ARCHITECTURE

Mechanical study of objects to understand how they perform and develop their mechanical systems into individual design. Consisted of 2 phases of working:

Mechanical Design Parasitic Exchange


MOCK-UP MODEL First mockup model was created to imitate the working system of original caulking gun by using compressed paper board, wooden tube, bolts and helix spring It works by squeezing the handle and the wooden stopper will push the stick forward and will stop the system instantly when letting go from the helix spring ability.

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CAULKING GUN CAULKING (n.) is one of several different processes to seal joints or seams in various structures and some types of piping. Caulking gun is a mechanical tool, used to seal joints and leaks with silicone glue in architectural or other craft work. It is composed of; Metal frame 1 Curve-ended metal stick 2 Helix springs 2 Metal stoppers Handle

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MOVEABLE STEPS

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DEVELOPED MODEL

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Developed model from the Caulking gun using system doubling in Y-axis to perform. It resulted in being able to push 2 sticks toward the opposite direction on each single push.

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MOVEMENT DIAGRAMS

The working process of this developed model was basically the same with the mirroring leg and system.

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AR 216 : ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2 EARTHQUAKE PAVILLION This project had been developed from individual concept from soil and mine was ‘Earthquake’ which was main project concept. The project was divided into 2 separate phase On first project, was to design Soil Pavillion in 30 sqm. at Suan Rot-Fai On project 2, each student was assigned to design a public building pavilion with an additional program at Siam square.


EARTHQUAKE

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CONCEPTUAL STUDY MODEL

DESIGN CONCEPT A space of experience where the user will feel the claustrophobia from the earthquake from space. The space will effect on the sense of equilibrium which human has to control their body, the unstableness caused from the space will give those experience to the users.

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FINAL DEVELOPMENT Soil Pavilion Book Store Bicycle Stand

30 sqm 20 sqm

The pavilion was designed to be 2 walkway to the bookstore which were the one with cracked submerging floor surface which was meant to be the walk-to to the bookstore, and a normal smooth ground as a walk-back to the bicycle stand. So the user would have experiences in the journey.

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PHASE 1 FINAL MODEL

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PHASE 2 : SIAM earthquake pavillion

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EARTHQUAKE PAVILION First and second floor give a sense of changing of organic form into geometric, which resembles the earthquake that is one of natural disaster

The tunnel gives experiences on equilibrium and survival

The bridge

The hall of quake

The park

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The waterfall


EARTHQUAKE PAVILION 3 storeys building with a rooftop ,functioned as a night bar and bistro. On first 3 floors gave the experiences of nature and also natural disaster, the deeper, the more catastrophic journey space becomes.

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AR 316 : THAI ARCHITECTURE Group design project, based on concept of Thainess, of the Faculty of Fine and Applied Art Thammasat university. Divided into 2 phases; Seeking the Thainess (individual work) Group Design Phase


MAYA From the individual research on Thainess; Phenomenon, Illusion, and Overscaling, combined into MAYA, as the main concept for project.

Illusion

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Phenomenon

Overscaling

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DESIGN PHASES

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STUDY MODELS Firstly, we designed in alternative schematics to study the Pro-Con of each one and then selected one to develop into the final scheme These model series showed the development of design and space and also the Thainess element in the building.

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CIRCULATION SYSTEM Circulation diagram shows the system of the circulation in the design. Related to the concept of MAYA, the circulation was complicated but yet easy for the local because there was an easy way and loop to get to every important node.

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OVERALL FEATURE The building was simply and solid, seen from the outside but when people stepped in, they could find lightness and also found this building wondering and sneakingly wanted to explore.

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First floor plan

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AR 415 : INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

GEO PEA

provincial electricity authority complex building This project was consisted of 3 continuous phases; of which all student had to design the Provincial Electric Authority complex building, located in Ngarm-Wongwarn; 1. Analysis Phase Started out the project with site analysis and individual analysis to create conceptual idea and so on. 2. PEA Service Center This phase mainly focused on the low-rise building, functioning as the whole campus service center with 500 seats ballroom and other facilities. 3. PEA Head Offifce A highrise building, functioning as the head offifce of the campus


SITE ANALYSIS

ENVIRONMENTAL AND SENSORY

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LAW AND REGULATION

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USER ANALYSIS

PANORAMIC VIEW Site area was cluster of old building oriented in L-shape and functioned as a main canteen and a power plant for the campus, so is was an important node on site

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1. VACHE NOIRE by AGENCE TER, France

CASE STUDY Most of the cases were landscape architecture in public scale and all these cases involved with the contouring form in their own way 1.VACHE NOIRE, landscape surrounding shaped the building and interior space as it was a ramp, so from the outside, people wouldn’t feel the massiveness of architecture

2,3. ACROS , Fukuoka

2,3. ACROS BUILDING, this mountain-like building was ecologically skinned with various type of trees and shrubs to create a natural feeling and people could walk up on the landscape and wouldn’t feel the massive offense from this architectural mass. 4. YOKOHAMA TERMINAL PORT, was neatly design to be a gigantic public port. On this case, an organic contouring form was created from the wood panel and proved that great landscape architecture did not always have to be green

4. YOKOHAMA TERMINAL PORT

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CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS

This formation concept came from the natural form of land, affected from windpower. This GEOMORPHIC shape was the concept to make the architecture eco-friendly and to support the organization’s vision in energy saving. The main low-rise building was arranged in contouring form which provide outdoor contouring space from the ground up to the green roof, and also there was natural intervention in many parts of the building

The character of this twin building was analysed, and found that they were like the wind tunnel to the site and became one of this project inspiration

These conceptual diagrams above showed how wind could affect in changing the form of something and then turn them into the various axis contour, as seen from the diagrams, orientation and form matter. The hilly mass usually carries wind better and also shapes the contour easier.

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OVERALL FEATURES 1. Contouring landscape toward the ballroom 2. Pre-functioned foyer 3. Double-skinned green facade 4. Roof Garden 5. Curtain wall 6. Metal facade for ivy 7. Green balcony 8. Louvered facade 9. Helipad 10. Highrise roof garden 33 STOREYS BUILDING OVERALL AREA 45,000 sqm OFFICE SPACE 25 storeys, estimately 23000sqm SPECIAL PROGRAM - Cafe - Walking market - Extra conventional hall - Vegetation area

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Lightweight metal frame

Green vertical wall

I-Beam

Green doubled skin facade Green vertical frame helps protecting the heat away from the functional space, especially on the south elevation which the sunbeam affects most of the time

Growing skin facade As the building was inspired by natural form and contour, this helps building protecting the heat and also creating a look of nature. Especially, this ivyskinned facade could grow over time and create the change of this building

Growing skin facade helps creating the volume and dimension of the exterior and also provide indirect light to the inside. The Louvered details only located in the direction that the sun could affect, like in the West and East.

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Sanitary system Soil water system

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Electrical system


SYSTEMMETRIC DIAGRAM Cooling unit

Mechanical,Telecommunication

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AR416 : COMPUTER AND FABRICATION shortfilm installation design

(at) THE END flimset scenario Trapped in somewhere either above or below , a man tried to find an answer of what he saw, ofwhether it was either supernatural or illusional. When the truth revealed, he just realized that his mind had traveled too far to go back. His soul was lost in the interzone until the end....


CONCEPTUAL REFERENCE

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The Eye/Controller of the universe by Damian Ortega

Another kind of anamorphosis, which contains layers of circle plane, composing in system, but seeming randomly in some point of views, could create an image of something at a certain point of view

Ferice varini

Known for his geometric perspective-localized paintings in rooms and other spaces, using projector stencil techniques.


STUDY MODELS

Model 01 : using anamorphosis to create an image of woman face from composition of flowers

Model 02 : using row to create the anamorphic surface which contained with sphere, forming a cube shape

model 03 : using the layer of surface to create an anamorphically vortical square image.

model 04 : the combination of mockup water-refraction surface and anamorphic plane on site.

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model 06 : using same technique as the 5th model with more complicated image onto surface.

model 07-08 : using the rule of anamorphic projection from grid and developed into more complicated image

model 09 : anamorphic model using projection on component

model 12 : physical component model on scale 1 ; 1 70


THE IMAGE OF ILLUSION an upside down image of the illusional world,where the earth and ocean are parellel. with geysers, a man believes that he is under the water

GRASSHOPPER GENERATING

grasshopper script below is for turning image into output surface in rhinoceros, on this case, it was a sphere. the script will collect the data color from the adjustable resolution according to the use.

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COMPONENT ON FILM SET Conceptual substances on components for creating the image of the illusion, by using local biotopes; was consisted of 2 species; FRESH WATER BIOTOPES - help creating greenish image SEA WATER BIOTOPES - help creating bluish image

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COMPONENT NO. OF COMPONENT : 2000 VOLUME OF COMPONENTS -without water : 300 g -with water and biotopes : 1000 g -with mud : 1300-1500 g COMPONENT FABRICATION: using mold and glassblowing SETTING SYSTEM: hung on fixed bar to the ceiling and beams and also the floor for stablization.

cable ring water and biotopes

rubber plug

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LOGIC OF SURFACE

man’s path image plane

components camera pov

man’s path pipe

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NON-ACADEMIC ACHEIVEMENT

ASAVA GROUP Prop installation for ASAVA at BFS press preview autumn-winter 2011 Window display prop installation for ASAVA boutique Siam Paragon Collaboratiive project with: Jan Mantanakorn Ngoenwilai (Design director), and Pongsakorn Sarunsatta

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IMAGE MAGAZINE

vol. 25 no. 2 February 2012 Assistant stylist collaborating with Dao Benyada Pruedthinalin May Yutthanon Jithjai

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CREDITS Assistant Professor Srisak Phattanawasin Nirandorn Tongaroon Rungrat Tengkaoprasert Apinant Pongmethakul Dr.Poomchai Punpairoj Samustpon Tanapun Camille Lacadee & Francois Roche All Architecture and Planning professor. Natthida Jeenawanich Thanyaluck Srirattanochote Worachai Hirunlabh Pitchanut Chamnongdej All FABLAB 2012 avengers Every Tect 11 member Chanchaiprasong family for the invincible support.

GRADUATE PORTFOLIO by Trin Chanchaiprasong student ID: 5216680370

Faculty of Architecture and Planning Thammasat University (Department of Architecture) CONTACT INFO. 189 Soi Somdejchaophraya 3, Somdejchaophraya Rd., Klongsarn District, Bangkok, Thailand 10600 Tel

: (+66)8333-2499

Email : tem_tame_ling@hotmail.com

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innovation trough integration


GraduatePortfolio of Trin Chanchaiprasong  

an academic portfolio during 2009-2012, from a graduate student of Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat university