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M O N TA K A N MANOSONG SELECTED W O R K S 2011-2018 M O N TA K A N M A N O S O N G SELECTED WORKS 2011-2018


EDUCATION 2016-2017

• MAA ARCH. MASTER IN ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia Barcelona, Spain

2008 -2013 • B. ARCH. INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM BACHELOR DEGREE OF ARCHITECTURE 5 YEARS STRUCTURE School of Architecture and Design, (SoA+D) King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi Bangkok, Thailand

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MONTAKAN MANOSONG APRIL,21st 1989 (29) BANGKOK, THAILAND +66 82925-6379 MAY.MONTAKAN@GMAIL.CON

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SKILLS RHINOCEROS 3D GRASSHOPPER 3D AUTODESK MAYA AUTODESK 3DS MAXS GOOGLE SKETCHUP DIGITAL FABRICATION

FLUENT • THAI, ENGLISH https://www.linkedin.com/in/montakan-manosong-b29a80108/

Reference

issuu.com/maylimaylon

• ARETI MARKOPOULOU IAAC Academic Director areti@iaac.net

https://www.instagram.com/montakan.manosong/

AUTODESK CAD AUTODESK REVIT ADOBE SUITE PROCESSING ARDUINO HAND SKETCH

BASIC • SPANISH

• MICHAEL PARIPOL TANGTONGCHIT Dean of SoA+D michael.par@kmutt.ac.th


experience

AWARDS

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• EXPERT IN DIGITAL FABRICATION & COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN KIREN ARCHITECTS Bangkok, Thailand

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• ARCHITECT BAD. BUILT BY ASSOCIATIVE DATA Barcelona, Spain

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• INTERNSHIP

WATER DRIVEN BREATHING SKIN • HONORABLE MENTION With Irene Ayala Castro,Ya Chieh Chang, Zina Alkani 2017

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Taught by Karim Mousa El Ramly-MIR, Davide Del Giudice, Zaha Hadid Alessio Erioli, Co-de-iT • WON FULL SCHOLARSHIP 2016

• INTERNSHIP SUPERMACHINE STUDIO Bangkok, Thailand

LICHEN • FINALIST With P+A, Singapore

• INTERNSHIP S+PBA CO., LTD. Bangkok, Thailand

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academic Lecturer

THE OUE ARTLING ARCHIPAVILION DESIGN COMPETITION Sir David Adjaye, Lead Advisory Judge Singapore THE ARTERY • HONORABLE MENTION Project Head with P+A, Singapore

2017-2018 • ACADEMIC LECTURER/ DESIGN CRITIC YEAR 3 ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM School of Architecture and Design King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi

WORLD ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL 2016 Competition Entries category Leisure-led Development category

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GREEN INNOVATIVE HOUSE COMPETITION B1 magazine Bangkok, Thailand SYMBIOSIS LIVING • 1ST RUNNER-UP PRIZE with Achawin Laohavichairat and Peerapon Karunwiwat

Bangkok, Thailand

PUBLICATIONS 2013

DESIGNBOOM.COM 16 JUly 2017 • WATER DRIVEN BREATHING SKIN

GREEN BUILDING & SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES MAGAZINE Canada • AMPHIBIOUS HABITAT

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EXHIBITION SINGAPLURAL PROJECT X Singapore • HIVE

IDEA DESIGN EVOLVING ARCHITECTURE Seoul Korea • FUTURISTIC URBAN MODOLAR LIVING • AMPHIBIOUS HABITAT

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ARCHITECTURE & CULTURE MAGAZINE August 2012, Seoul Korea • FUTURISTIC URBAN MODOLAR LIVING BKK100 With David Mrugala & Joost Verstraete

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EXHIBITION ‘WHAT’S NEXT’ Museo de Disseny de Barcelona, Spain • WATER DRIVEN BREATHING SKIN

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EXHIBITION THE OUE ARTLING ARCHIPAVILION DESIGN National Design Centre Singapore • THE ARTERY

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VIBEARCH SCHOLARSHIP VIBEARCH architectural workshop Florence, Italy

EXTERNALREFERENCE Barcelona, Spain 2013-2016 • ARCHITECT PARK + ASSOCIATES SINGAPORE Singapore

INTERNATIONAL RESHAPE 17 COMPETITION PROGRAMMABLE SKINS Barcelona, Spain

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PROFESSIONAL WORK

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RAIN HOUSE BY THE CLIFF 2018

RESTAURANT BY THE CLIFF // CLIENT : KHAOTHONG TERRACE // LOCATION : KRABI, THAILAND


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RAIN HOUSE STORY: The site is located in the middle of tropical rain forest on sheer limestone cliffs above western beautiful beaches and Islands of Krabi Thailand. After exploring the site, we conceived the restuarant to blur parts of building into constantly tropical scenery of context and flourish harmoniously in a symbiotic relationship to nature. In fact Krabi has 60% of the year covers by rainny season. Through the process of reconceptualising the restuarant space, we turned this story to become a part of our design elements by crafting the space inside the box out and create connected curvature of wall-ceiling surface by hanging 2,000 chains to represent raining scenario and become building’s blurred edges partitions in the same time. Also the hanging chain surface be able to form the curve frames of the most stunning panoramic imaginable Krabi’s skyline.

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Chain Hanging Pattern

Exassion of Massive form

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Crafting the space

Rain elements

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“A rainy day is the perfect time for a walk in the woods”

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WHITE HOUSE 2018

RESTAURANT BY THE CLIFF // CLIENT : KHAOTHONG TERRACE // LOCATION : KRABI, THAILAND


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White house is a renovation project of boutique hotel in Nakhon Sri Thammarat,Thailand. Before,It was an Commercial shophouse which is located by the historical area in town. The project is an attempt to experiment with shophouse typology’s transformation. The existing condition were two not-in-use units of shophouse in one of crowded area of main public road. Every floor is transformed into a hotel room, a new typology for a small live-in lobby.

The addition parts are the new facades on both front and side made out of the prefabricated perforated sheet - the most common and cheapest construction materials found in the market - which is also acting as a sun shading, a curtain for privacy as well as thief protection device. The facades also create ‘a breathing space’, the space between the big windows and screen facade, for smoking, relaxing in the outdoor, plantings as well as air condensing units and service.


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OLD FACADE

While the ground level is completely open for co-working cafe and reception where the parametric design of local terracotta brick wall placed at the counter back drop to reflexs the respectation of histocal context as well as become the state of being strikingly different to white industrialized facade.

VIEW FORM ROAD OF NEW FACADE


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CAFE AT GROUND LEVEL

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LOBBY AT MEZZANINE LEVEL

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OFFICE 168 THE SECOND SKIN 2018

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OFFICE BUILDING

// CHONBURI, THAILAND // TEAM : KIREN ARCHITECTS


This project sought to explore parallels between techniques of screen design and the tectonic considerations present in the design and fabrication of building enclosure. With latest facade proposal, we explores the potential that customized folding aluminium boxes can offer by utilizing double parametric facade. We worked on the design and built physical mock-ups in our studio for about 6 months. Grasshopper software became hugely important, to helps us create the final effect. To facilitate the effect, a total of 6 different panels sizes are used throughout. They range from 350mm tall to 500mm tall. There approximately 1,200 of these boxes.

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Sky pixelated reflections

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To facilitate the effect, a total of 6 different panels sizes are used throughout. They range from 350mm tall to 500mm tall. There approximately 1,200 of these boxes.

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LEON COMPLEX 2018

THE PROPOSAL NEW MALL & BOUTIQUE HOTEL

// LOCATION : KRABI, THAILAND // DESIGN TEAM : KIREN ARCHITECTS

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LEON COMPLEX :

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Leon complex, Krabi is a 12-storey hotel with a multiple of public facilities such as main lobby, restaurant, swimming pool and connected to boutique mall at front. The hotel is located among limestone mountain surroundings at 3 sides of the site. The only side, the front, that connected to main public road is intentionally designed the facade to engage visual connection with the linear vertical pattern of aluminium sheets, designed in a wave shape, gives volume dynamics. The effect of movement is observed both by the visitors of the hotel and boutique mall who walk through the lobby, and by the people who is driving from the public road.

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TIMBER SCREEN LAYER

GLASS PANEL LAYER

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LANDSCAPE LINKAGE


to engage visual connection with the linear vertical pattern of aluminium sheets, designed in a wave shape, gives volume dynamics. The effect of movement is observed both by the visitors of the hotel and boutique mall who walk through the lobby, and by the people who is driving from the public road.

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NANYANG SCHOOL 2015

THE PROPOSAL NEW SCHOOL’S EXTENSION APPEARS AS A RESPECTATION TO THE EXISTING

//LOCATION : SINGAPORE // DESIGN TEAM : PA


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SINGAPLURAL PROJECT X : THE HIVE 2015

A SHOWCASE OF SOME OF THE BEST DESIGN CREATIVES

// SINGAPLURAL ART EXHIBITION 2016 | SINGAPORE // TEAM : MONTAKAN MANOSONG, WONG ZI XIN NUNTAWAT TASANASANGSOON, FIONA CHUA


Summary of project: In this age of information, we are constantly distracted by the constant flow of data, and we lose focus on what is truly important in our existence. The decision for a multi-sensorial spatial proposal stems from this critique of the reduced human experience. Addressing the theme of ‘senses’, we respond by creating an immersive and consuming space that minimises the distractions that surround us every day, even for a brief moment.

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With Project X, we wanted to think of solid surface in a different way. From our experience, it is a very predictable and precise material, the exact reason why it is so successful. However, we find that the end product is usually fixed with little to no flexibility thereafter for the end users to play around with. We wanted to break down that process.

In collaboration with Luxx NewHouse, our installation features a surface design system composed of a series of modules made of LG HI-MACS. The practical solution to this system is a set of customisable modules - ours is simply one suggestion of its form and application. The 49 result is a system that can grow and change, that is unpredictable in a systematic manner. We took our inspiration from live systems in nature where this sort of systematic unpredictability exists. The end product - this particular system is thus named, HIVE.


P102 KOLD SILVER P102 KOLD SILVER P102 KOLD SILVER P102 KOLD SILVER

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Our proposal for Project X is an installation that contains a spatial experience within in an attempt to unite light, space, and solid surface. Solid surface is conceived as a system - customisable modular elements that provide end users with greater flexibility and unlimited possibilities in configuration.

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ANTI OFFICE 2013

MASTER IN ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE 2016/17 LIGHTWEIGHT STRUCTURES SEMINAR

// LOCATION : KIM YAM ROAD, SINGAPORE // DESIGN TEAM : PA

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Concept and Context The site is a former school compound which was built in the 60s. The school was vacated in 2001 and the building was subsequently converted into a commercial development in 2013. The premise is located where the old library hall used to be. Situated at the highest part of the building, it contains an expanse of column free space crowned by a series of barrel vaults. Louvre windows that extend from floor to arch allow natural light and air to flow through in abundance. Seeking to celebrate and activate the intrinsic qualities of the existing space, the scheme is conceived as an orchestration of varied and contextually sensitive spatial experiences instead of the function-centric approach typical of office design. It dovetails with the design direction, which rejects the rigidity of the typical bureau in favour of a creative environment that challenges conventions and celebrates informal spaces – an Anti-Office. This approach creates seamless informal spaces where functional boundaries become ambiguous. The resultant plethora of physical settings accommodates the manifold activities of an Anti-Office fluidly.

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This approach creates seamless informal spaces where functional boundaries become ambiguous. The resultant plethora of physical settings accommodates the manifold activities of an Anti-Office fluidly.

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Diagram 1 :

Monotony of Existing Space

Diagram 2 : Inserting Spatial Punctuations to Enhance & Activate Existing Space.

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COMPETITION

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WATER DRIVEN THE URBAN 2017 CLOUD NETWORK 2018

MASTER IN ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE 2016/17 DIGITAL MATTER : INTELLIGENT CONSTRUCTION STUDIO // SENIOR FACULTY: ARETI MARKOPOULOU, ALEXANDRE DUBOR, ANGELOS CHRONIS DEZEEN MINI LIVING’S COMPETITION // TEAM AND : MONTAKAN MANOSONG , IRENE AYALA CASTRO, TO DESIGN AN URBAN HOME OF YA CHIEH CHANG, ZINA THE ALKANI

FUTURE

// DESIGN WITH : CIEVANARD NATTABOWONPHAL // STATUS : PENDING // LOCATION : HONK KONG

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THE URBAN CLOUD NETWORK In the world we are living now, there appears to be many constant dramatic changes in everywhere. Regarding the increase in population growth and expansion of urbanization, our natural resources have been declined and this creates such a huge impact on the way we will be living in the future where collaborative consumption and integration of public and private space will become even more vivid. All these facts are foreshadowing us the way, in which, our urban environment will evolve within the next few decades. Hong Kong is a great example showing us the message of paving the way for future living. With population density of 111,065 people per square kilometre, smothered by unsympathetic hilly terrain, the city tries to adapt itself to survive in such a complex circumstance which has led to the emerge of unique urban spaces. Moreover, Hong Kong is penetrated into a vast system of connected lobbies, walkways, and tunnels that overlapping in multiple levels of city connected between both private and public networks. These new public pedestrian infrastructures have deconstructed the unfathomable spaghetti of pedestrian bridges which make up Hong Kong a pedestrian city without any apparent relationship to ground level.

“The Urban Cloud Network� is considered to be about challenging of non-footprint collaborative habitat network which emerges from flexibility of traditional local spatial concepts of the inhabitants in Hong Kong. This continuously grown of incrementally network could be an answer for the city of future. By using its own pre-existing urban infrastructure elements, Hong Kong future urban Cloud network must reconsider to reuse and recycle built-skeleton structures and power systems of Hong Kong skyscrapers in order to let its cellular subdivision of functional programs transforms into something more like the fluid spaces. Successively, those spaces could grow and transform into a dynamic and diverse dimensions city. At a larger scale, by integrating those Urban Cloud Networks together, the entire system could be able to performs as the New Urban Society interconnected paving network where the fluctuating size and mixed public-private nature would form a totally distinctive atmosphere depending on location and time. Besides, this urban cloud network could offer more social spaces which Hong Kong is suffered from a lack of parks and public squares.

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THE ARTERY 2016

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMPETITION FOR AN ICONIC AND MODULAR PAVILION

// STATUS : HONORABLE MENTIONS PRIZE (DAVID ADIAYE, CRITIC JUDGE) // DESIGN TEAM : PA // LOCATION : SINGAPORE

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ACADEMIC RESEARCH

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WATER DRIVEN BREATHING SKIN 2017

MASTER IN ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE 2016/17 DIGITAL MATTER : INTELLIGENT CONSTRUCTION STUDIO // SENIOR FACULTY: ARETI MARKOPOULOU, ALEXANDRE DUBOR, ANGELOS CHRONIS // TEAM : MONTAKAN MANOSONG , IRENE AYALA CASTRO, YA CHIEH CHANG, ZINA ALKANI


SODIUM POLYACRYLATE] SODIUM POLYACRYLATE, ALSO KNOWN AS WATERLOCK, IS A SODIUM SALT OF POLYACRYLIC ACID WITH THE CHEMICAL FORMULA [-CH2-CH(CO2NA)-] N AND BROAD APPLICATION IN CONSUMER PRODUCTS. THIS SUPERABSORBENT POLYMER HAS THE ABILITY TO ABSORB AS MUCH AS 200 TO 300 TIMES ITS MASS IN WATER.

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THE MATERIAL SYSTEM IS OPERATING ON THE BASIS THE ABOVE CYCLE WHERE SODIUM POLYACRYLATE STARTS FROM DRY STATE, SWOLLEN STATE BY ABSORBING WATER, EVAPORATION STATE THAT PERFORMS COOLING AND GRADUALLY MOVES TOWARDS DRY STATE, REPEATING THE CYCLE.

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“CAN THE COMBINATION OF FABRICS AND SUPER-ABSORBENT POLYMERS CREATE A Passive MATERIAL SYSTEM THAT FACILITATES VENTILATION AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL BASED ON AN OPEN/CLOSE BEHAVIOR IN RESPONSE TO ATMOSPHERIC INPUTS? AND CAN THIS MATERIAL SYSTEM BE APPLIED TO TEMPORARY CANOPIES THAT CREATE INDOOR COMFORT, ACTIVATING PUBLIC SPACES, IN HOT CLIMATES?” REDUCING INDOOR TEMPERATURE, BY CROSS VENTILATION AND EVAPORATIVE COOLING.


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// ELASTIC FABRIC : 82% POLYAMIDE : 18% ELASTAN

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[04] // ELASTIC FABRIC // SODIUM POLYACRALATE 0.3+0.3+0.3+0.3 = 1.2 G

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[SILICON] // SILICON // ELASTIC FABRIC // SPA

[WHITE PVC] // WHITE PVC // ELASTIC FABRIC // SPA

experiment set up THREE CONSTRUCTIVE ELASTIC FABRICS OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF OPACITY AND THUS HEAT CONDUCTIVITY ARE CHOSEN AS SURFACE MATERIAL FOR THE TEST, ALL EMBEDDED WITH A SPA CELL: 1. SILICONE SHEET 2. WHITE PVC 3. BLACK PVC COATED WITH POLYESTER WITH THE TEST RESULTS, WE WERE ABLE TO EXTRAPOLATE THE EMPLOYMENT OF FABRICS AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF OPACITY ONTO THE SUFACE OF THE BREATHING SYSTEM.

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water supply experiment

[SOAK]

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[CHANNELING]

// TIME : 3.00 MINS // SPA : 1.2 G // WATER : 20 ML

// TIME : 3.00 MINS // SPA : 1.2 G // WATER : 20 ML

// TIME : 1.00 MINS // SPA : 1.2 G // WATER : 20 ML

DESIGN PARAMETERS GLOBAL GEOMETRY

PARAMETRIC MATERIAL SYSTEM DESIGN

SYSTEM FUNCTION

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

PROGRAM SCALE

3m FOG

FOG COLLECTION

DEW

RADIATION

M2 NET NEEDED

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BREATHING SKIN CELL SYSTEM

WATER STORAGE

WIND DIRECTION

MEMBRANE % OPACITY

BREATHING CELLS LOCATION AND DENSITY

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DINNING SPACES


PERFORMATIVE SKIN SYSTEM

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prototype SKIN SYSTEM AS A RESULT, WATER-DRIVEN BREATHING SKIN IS DEVELOPED TO BE A SEMI-PASSIVE MATERIAL SYSTEM FOR OUTDOOR SPACES IN HOT CLIMATES WHERE PUBLIC SPACE IS LESS WELCOMED DUE TO THE SUMMER HEAT. WITH THE MATERIAL SYSTEM, VENTILATION AND EVAPORATIVE COOLING ARE MADE POSSIBLE SEMI-PASSIVELY IN A TENSILE-STRUCTURED FORM WHERE THE BREATHING SKIN COULD TAKE IN MULTIPLE USES AND FORMS. NOT ONLY IS IT COST-EFFECTIVE IN CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE, ENERGYEFFICIENT FOR AREAS IN WATER SHORTAGE BUT ALSO TENSILE AND PLIABLE FOR URBAN SPACES.

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wind Rhino Cfd simulation


solar radiation analysis

RADIATION ANALYSIS ON THE SURFACE INFORMS THE LOCATION OF THE DIFFERENT OPACITIES OF MEMBRANES, GOING FROM AN 80%, TO 40%, TO A 0%.

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Case study in specific climatic condition RE-ACTIVATING PUBLIC SPACE TEMPORARY CANOPY FOR SOCIAL DINING SPACES NETWORK OF URBAN OASES FOR DINING GATHERING POINT FOR THE CITIZENS

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MATERIAL SYSTEM THAT USES LOCAL RESOURCE, WATER FROM FOG, TO MITIGATE THE EXTREME CONDITIONS OF THE CLIMATE. LOW COST AND EASY ASSEMBLY SYSTEM. THE GOAL WILL BE TO DESIGN DINING HUBS, RESPONSIVE CLIMATIC NEEDS AND SITE SPECIFIC CONDITIONS.

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WATER-DRIVEN BREATHING SKIN - THE URBAN BREATHER HOMEOSTASIS, THE GENESIS OF OUR RESEARCH IN SMART MATERIALS, IS THE FUNDAMENTAL MECHANISM FOR ORGANISMS TO MAINTAIN AN EQUILIBRIUM IN PHYSILOGICAL VARIABLES THAT SUSTAIN LIVES.THE QUESTION WHETHER A SMART MATERIAL SYSTEM CAN FUNCTION AS SIMPLY AS ORGANIC ACTIVITIES LEADS US INTO THE EXPLORATION OF A SERIES OF MATERIALS THAT RESEMBLES SUCH. BREATHING, AMONG ALL OTHERS, INTRIGUES US IN THE SENTIMENT THAT ITS RESULTING MECHANISM OF OPEN/CLOSE BEHAVIOR THAT ENABLES AIR EXCHANGE AND REGULATION IN BODY TEMPERATURE RESEMBLES THAT OF VENTILATION TO ACHIEVE COMFORT IN AN ENCLOSED AREA. THIS THEN IS ORIENTED TO THE OBJECTIVE OF WATER-DRIVEN BREATHIN SKIN. AS A RESULT, WATER-DRIVEN BREATHING SKIN IS DEVELOPED TO BE A SEMI-PASSIVE MATERIAL SYSTEM FOR OUTDOOR SPACES IN HOT CLIMATES WHERE PUBLIC SPACE IS LESS WELCOMED DUE TO THE SUMMER HEAT. WITH THE MATERIAL SYSTEM, VENTILATION AND EVAPORATIVE COOLING ARE MADE POSSIBLE SEMI-PASSIVELY IN A TENSILE-STRUCTURED FORM WHERE THE BREATHING SKIN COULD TAKE IN MULTIPLE USES AND FORMS. NOT ONLY IS IT COST-EFFECTIVE IN CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE, ENERGY-EFFICIENT FOR AREAS IN WATER SHORTAGE BUT ALSO TENSILE AND PLIABLE FOR URBAN SPACES.


LIQUID SKIN 2017

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MASTER IN ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE 2016/17 LIQUID SKIN : PERFORMATIVE USE OF LIQUIDS IN CURVED GLASS ASSEMBLIES // TUTOR: EDOUARD CABAY, RAIMUND KRENMÃ&#x153;LLER // CRICURSA EXPERT: FERRAN FIGUEROLA // TEAM : MONTAKAN MANOSONG , YA CHIEH CHANG, EVELINA ILINA


Performative use of liquids in curved glass assemblies] LIQUIDS IF WE CONSIDER ARCHITECTURE’S PRIMARY ROLE AS TO PROTECT FROM THE ENVIRONMENT, WATER LIES HIGH WITHIN THE LIST OF UNWANTED ELEMENTS. BUILDINGS ARE WATERPROOF; WATER IS THE HAZARD, ALL CONSTRUCTION DETAIL AIM TO KEEP IT OUT. HOWEVER LIQUIDS HAVE ENDLESS POTENTIALS IN ARCHITECTURE: THEY CHANGE STATE, AND FORM, EASILY; THEY HAVE THERMAL INERTIA, CAN STORE ENERGY, HAVE BOTH TRANSPARENCY AND OPAQUE QUALITIES, CAN DISSOLVE OTHER MATERIALS… AND, TRULY UNIQUE, FALLS FROM THE SKY – FOR FREE.

FIRST PROTOTYPE 1:5 SCALE MODEL

[LIQUID PERFORMING EXPLORATION] POURING MELTING WAX INTO WATER

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GLASS CURVING AS WATER, GLASS IS TRANSPARENT, IT REFRACTS AND REFLECTS, REACHES AN ALMOST LIQUID STATE WHEN SUBJECT TO HEAT, IT IS, IN A CERTAIN WAY, MALLEABLE AND SETTLES INTO SIMPLE PLANAR SURFACES OR POTENTIALLY COMPLEX CURVED GEOMETRIES. THE PROCESS OF FORMING GLASS IS HOWEVER COMPLEX DUE TO THE HIGH TEMPERATURES OF ITS FUSION POINT, AND THE PECULIAR CHARACTERISTICS OF ITS MOLDING. THE SEMINAR IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK HAND IN HAND WITH THE CATALAN WORLD LEADING GLASS-CURVING COMPANY OF CRICURSA.

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curved glass panels on wooden glass assembly [01] PERFORMING LIQUID // LIQUIDWAX // WATER // GRAVIT // CONTAINER

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PERFORMING LIQUID // LIQUID WAX // WARM WATER // NATURAL GRAVITY

[03] PERFORMING LIQUID // LIQUID WAX // WATER // ADDITIONAL FORCE

[04] PERFORMING LIQUID // LIQUID WAX // WATER // ADDITIONAL FORCE // CONTAINER


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[ARCHITECTURAL APPLICATION] OPACITY TEST

BY INTRODUCING EFFERVESCENCE IN THE GLASS PANEL THE OIL AND WATER TRIES TO MIX AND EVENTUALLY WOULD GO BACK TO ITS NORMAL POSITION AS THE TWO LIQUIDS ARE IMMISCIBLE. THE BUBBLES REMAIN LONGER IN THE GLASS PANEL. WHILE THE LIQUIDS TRY TO RETAIN THEIR DESIRED POSITION IT FORMS A GRADIENT FORMING A SHADING SYSTEM BELOW.

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Caustics and Refraction] BY INTRODUCING EFFERVESCENCE IN THE GLASS PANEL THE OIL AND WATER TRIES TO MIX AND EVENTUALLY WOULD GO BACK TO ITS NORMAL POSITION AS THE TWO LIQUIDS ARE IMMISCIBLE. THE BUBBLES REMAIN LONGER IN THE GLASS PANEL. WHILE THE LIQUIDS TRY TO RETAIN THEIR DESIRED POSITION IT FORMS A GRADIENT FORMING A SHADING SYSTEM BELOW.

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ION OF FLOW


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SYMBIOSIS BIFURCATION 2016

MASTER IN ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE 2016/17 LIGHTWEIGHT STRUCTURES SEMINAR

// FACULTY : PROFESSOR MARK BURRY // COMPUTATION AND FABRICATION EXPERT : RODRIGO AGUIRRE // TEAM : SEBASTIAN AMORELLI, MONTAKAN MANOSONG, VALERIE FREY, CRISTINA PARDO, YACHIEH CHANG


column profiles

PROFILE 02 : Rotation 35-45 O

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PROFILE 03 : Rotation 25-35 O

BIFURCATION - SYMBIOSIS THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER GAUDI DEVELOPED COLUMNS THAT TRANSCENDED THEIR STRUCTURAL PURPOSE AND BECAME THE MANIFESTATION AND HIS IDEALS IN EACH OF HIS DIFFERENT PROJECTS. FOR THIS PROJECT THE FOCUS WAS SET ON THE COLUMNS USED BY GAUDI IN PALAU GUELL. IN THIS BUILDING A SINGLE COLUMN IS SPLIT INTO THREE SLENDER COLUMNS THAT ARE ARRANGED IN A TRIANGULAR DISPOSITION RECEDED FROM THE OUTSIDE OPENINGS. IN THIS WAY THE COLUMNS NOT ONLY SUPPORT THE SPACE, THEY CREATE AND LAYER IT ASWELL. WITH THIS INITIAL CONCEPT IN MIND OUR RESEARCH LED US TO THE BANYAN TREE, AN ASIAN SPECIES THAT CREATES MASSIVE AIR ROOTS THAT SPREAD FROM THE TREETOP DOWN TO SUPPORT ITS OWN WEIGHT. AS THE TREE MATURES AND THE ROOTS GET DENSER AND THICKER, THEY START TO CREATE CAVE LIKE SPACES WITHIN THE TREEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S STRUCTURE. INSPIRED BY THIS FOR THE SYMBIOSIS PROJECT THE BRANCHING BECOMES INVERTED AND THIS WAY THE COLUMNS NOT ONLY SUPPORT THE SPACE THEY BECOME IT.


After an introductory visit of the Sagrada Familia, WE explored different branching structures and column bifurcation possibilities through digital algorithms and physical prototyping.

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PROFILE 01

PROFILE 02

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GEOMETRY THE COLUMN’S SECTIONS AND PROFILES ARE BASED IN THE GEOMETRICAL ABSTRACTION OF THE BRACKET FUNGI, A COMMON TREE DWELLING SPECIES THAT IS ABLE TO LIVE ON THE BANYAN TREE. FOLLOWING GAUDI’S DESIGN PRINCIPLE THE SECTION OF THE COLUMN IS THE RESULT OF THE INTERSECTION OF TWO PROFILES THAT COUNTER ROTATE WITH DIFFERENT ANGLES AS THEY GO UP. WHENEVER THE PROFILES REACH A BRANCHING KNOT THE PROFILE AT THAT GIVEN POINT IS DIVIDED FROM ITS CENTRE POINT INTO AS MANY SEGMENTS AS THERE ARE BRANCHES AND THEN EACH PIECE BECOMES THE SECTION OF EACH NEW BRANCHES.

PROFILE 01

PROFILE 02

PROFILE 03


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WEAVING-LIGHT 2016

MASTER IN ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE 2016/17 LIGHTWEIGHT STRUCTURES SEMINAR

// FACULTY: SILVIA BRANDI // COMPUTATION AND FABRICATION EXPERT : RODRIGO AGUIRRE // TEAM : SEBASTIAN AMORELLI, MONTAKAN MANOSONG, ALVARO MEZA, DANIELE FIORE, JAVIER MONTALVO, JOHANNA MONROY


WEAVING- LIGHT

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CAN CARDBOARD BECOME A STRUCTURAL MATERIAL BY CREATING TENSION THROUGH WEAVING? WEAVINGLIGHT IS AN INTERPLAY OF SKIN AND STRUCTURE. THE STRUCTURE INSTEAD OF BEING DESIGNED FOR STABILITY AND SUPPORT IT IS DESIGNED TO NOT BE SELF STANDING AND THIS WAY CREATE THE TENSION NEEDED FOR THE SKIN-FABRIC TO BECOME TENSE AND SELF SUPPORTING. THE STRCUTURE IN ESSENCE IS A PLAY WITH FORCES AND EQUILIBRIUM. THROUGH PARAMETRIC DESIGN THE PAVILLION WAS DIVIDED INTO 90 UNIQUE WOVEN STRIPS THAT CAREFULLY REPLICATE THE DESIGNED GEOMETRY. THESE STRIPS WERE LATER UNROLLED AND DIVIDED INTO 1 METRE LONG PIECES TO ADAPT TO THE FABRICATION AND SIZE CONSTRAINS OF THE LASER CUTTING MACHINES. THIS DISCRETIZING OF THE STRIPS WAS A KEY DECISION NOT ONLY FOR FABRICATION BUT ALSO FOR THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS AS IT EASED AND OPTIMISED WEAVING TIMES BY SIMPLIFYING THE HANDLING AND MANIPULATION OF THE ELEMENTS THAT MADE UP THE PAVILLON.

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[ CHALLENGE MATERIAL ABILITIES]

[ CONCEPT ]

FABRIC

[ METHOD ]

WEAVING

[ FORCE ]

TENSION

[ MATERIAL ]

CARDBOARDS


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Weaving-light is an interplay of skin and structure. The structure instead of being designed for stability and support it is designed to not be self standing and this way create the tension needed for the skin-fabric to become tense and self supporting.


assembly process-VERTICAL

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[HORIZONTAL STRIPS ]

[ MAIN STRUCTURES]


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2016

MASTER IN ADVANCED ARCHITECTURE 2016/17 INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FABRICATION STUDIO

// FACULTY : LEXANDRE DUBOR // TEAM : MONTAKAN MANOSONG, MALAVIKA MEHTA RICARDO MAYOR LUQUE


MUSIC : Yppah - Never Mess With Sunday

sound scape FABRICATION PROCESS - CNC MILLING TIME TAKEN - 35 MINS MACHINE TIME MATERIAL USED - CORIAN 12MM THK

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STARTED AS AN IDEA TO EXPERIMENT WITH THE ORGANIC PATTERNS CREATED WITH SOUND WAVES AND TEST THE CNC MILLING TECHNIQUE TO THE FULLEST POTENTIAL. WE FOCUSED ON EXPLOITING THE RHINOCAM TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT. THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF OUR DESIGN PROCESS WAS TO CREATE AN INTERESTING PATTERN DERIVED MERELY OUT OF SOUND WAVES AND ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIGHT THROUGH THE CORIAN MATERIAL. WE DERIVED THE WAVES OF SOUND FROM A SONG - “DON’T MISS A SUNDAY” IN THE FORM OF CURVES USING PROCESSING; TRANSLATED THESE CURVES INTO A SURFACE USING RHINO & GRASSHOPPER. FINALLY, TO DO JUSTICE TO OUR CONCEPT, WE USED VARIOUS PARAMETERS OF RHINOCAM TO ACHIEVE THE FINAL TEXTURE OF OUR LAMP.

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PROCESSING SOUND WAVE SIMULATION

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BALLMILL 12 MM


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