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NATCHALUCK RADOMSITTIPAT

SELECTED WORKS

2015-2019


NATCHALUCK RADOMSITTIPAT ณัชชาลัคน์ ระดมสิทธิพัฒน์

PERSONAL STATEMENT

20/320 Grand Canal Prachachuen , Amphoe Pakkret , Bang Talat Nonthaburi , Thailand 11120

I’m enthusiastic to learn about different cultures, and about the way people interact with space in physical and phsychological ways. In my work, I aim to create meaning for users through building form, space, and installation, and to demonstrate this in different ways with illustration. I’m hoping to find my own stand towards architecture through my travels, observational experiences and exploring architecture from different points of view.

LANGUAGES THAI

ENGLISH

SKILLS

LAOS

(�luent)

wood working

visualization

physical modeling laser cutting

natchaluck.ra@gmail.com issuu.com/natchaluck

SOFTWARES MANDARIN

(native)

+66 95 797 6780

painting

videography

(intermediate)

(intermediate)

SPANISH

(elementary)

INTERESTS languages

cultural exchange

architectural collage art exhibition

installations

cinematography

RHINOCEROS

(advanced)

PHOTOSHOP

(advanced)

GRASSHOPPER ILLUSTRATOR LUMION

AUTOCAD

INDESIGN

(average)

AFTER EFFECT

(good)

(good)

PREMIERE PRO

(intermediate)

GIS

(good)

(average)

VRAY

UNREAL ENGINE

(intermediate) (average)

(intermediate) (beginner)


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

Chulalongkorn University B.Sc International Program in Design and Architecture

2015-2019 Bangkok , Thailand

Architecture student exchange program

2018 New Territories , Hongkong

Highschool Diploma

2013-2015 Auckland , New Zealand

Junior Highschool

2003-2013 Nonthaburi , Thailand

Chu Hai College of Higher Education

Westlake Girls High School St.Francis Xavier School

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Experiencing Architecture School summer program visiting famous architectural historical landmarks and buildings

Design Build Project

Learning a traditional craft technique from locals and explore into its new applications and exhibition

DEX Design Exhibition Workshop

Materials possibilities experimentation & documentation to create a video installation at Cho-Why Gallery

ASA Exhibition Beyond Ordinary Bricks

B.O.B allow students to participate as a fundamental part in the making of INDA pavilion at ASA Forum producing brick

Bang Nong Saeng Kindergarten

A month long project for students during summer to design and build facilities for rural communities

Teacher Assistant Part time teacher assistant for International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA) at Chulalongkorn University

Krungsri Market Renovation

Design renovation project combining historical and now a days modern architecture using bamboo

Office Space Renovation

Participated in making furniture installation through wood working methods sponsored by Ford Company

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE August 2019 Bangkok , Thailand September 2019 Ayutthaya , Thailand

June 2018 Tolox , Spain January 2018 Bangkok , Thailand April 2018 Bangkok , Thailand July 2016 Ubon Ratchathani , Thailand

#Fatigue A documentation based on Ikea graphics and coded through hashtags de�initions by Luis Urculo and Isla Architects

INDA Academic Year Newsletters

Publication of a project during outbound exchange program

ArchDaily Eric Baldwin. "FIELDWORKS Celebrates Design-Build in California's High Desert" 11 Jun 2019. ArchDaily.

Archinect

Katherine Guimapang. "A Day At Space Saloon: Exploring Experimental Architecture in the High Desert of California" 26 Jun 2019. Archinect.

Domusweb

Francesca Grillo. "In Thailand a kindergarten designed by architecture students" 01 Oct 2019. Domusweb.

“FIELDWORKS” Space Saloon

Design-build festival for students and young professionals in the art, design, and architecture disciplines

April 2017 Bangkok , Thailand May 2019 California , United States

October 2019 Bangkok , Thailand

COMPETITION &AWARDS

PUBLICATIONS April 2016 Copenhagen , Denmark

Teaching Activities Part of general education course providing recreational activities for students at Wat Muang School

January 2018 Bangkok , Thailand 2018-2019 Bangkok , Thailand Jun 2019 ArchDaily Jun 2019 Archinect

Oct 2019 Domusweb

ASA Design Competition International design competition titles “Homely” Team project duration one week

International FAD 2019 Awards

Bang Nong Saeng kindergarten project The opinion award 2019 Jury mention prize 2019

December 2016 Bangkok , Thailand June 2019 Barcelona , Spain


CONTENTS 01

HARBOURFRONT PARK recreation of new landscape

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SOULSCAPE STUDIO SoulCycle yoga and cycling studio �lagship store

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A PLACE TO SMASH an alternative way of recycling

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RIAD LILJAMIE dwelling design

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FACADE DESIGN Environment Technology and Building System Design I

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SCATTERED HOSTEL reconnecting human with nature

BUILDING SERVICE Environment Technology and Building System Design I

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SAPANKWAI and the future of Sapankwai

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FEZ EL BALI and the future of Fez El Bali

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FIELD OF EXPANSION

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separating a ‘whole’ into ‘parts’

SYSTEM OF DIVISION

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is a divided cube still a cube?

ELEMENT WORLD

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experiencing sequence of spaces

FATIGUE

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design exhibition workshop

TEJIDO Bringing back “De Esparto Craftmanship”

DOTS Space Saloon , Morongo Valley , California

EBB AND FLOW Space Saloon , Morongo Valley , California

BANG NONG SAENG Design and Construction Projects for Communities

VIDEO PRODUCTION video archive produced during academic years

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T H E S E L E C T E D P R O J E C T S H AV E B E E N C O M P L E T E D I N D I V I D U A L LY O R O T H E R W I S E S TAT E D THE WORKS ARE PRESENTED IN NON-CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER


09 HARBOURFRONT PARK recreation of new landscape During my exchange semester at Chu Hai College of Higher Education in HongKong. I was assigned to work on a large scale project based on practical aspects, sustainable design , urban connectivity and to solve design problems. In this project the main challenge is to deal with unusable space under the highway across the entire site, the existing underground tunnel, to create a connection between the site, programs and how it would bene�it Hong Kong citizens. The harbour front park is located in Wan Chai District , Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The park is designed for different use of activities including, swimming pool , �itness centre , restaurant , cross harbour swimming and the dragon boat festival which will occur once or twice a year. The concept of the design is to draw a huge contrast to the existing urban fabric by using various sizes of circular shape to generate a continuous landscape. Each size of the circles determined by the area of each program as some required large area and some only required small area. Most of the circles are open for ventilation, natural light penetration and mainly to provide green open space for the citizens. Also Carefully designed for disablility person and small children. Each circles will be shifted in different levels and some overlap to create more complexity and to maximize its potential of the under highway space. With its own unique design, the park will encourage people to explore around the space and with many program possibilities open for all age citizens.

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SHOWER LOCKERS 100 Sqm

STORAGE 50 Sqm

RAMP 150 Sqm

FITNESS CENTRE 1000 Sqm

SPORT LAWN 150 Sqm

L

TRAINING POOL 500 Sqm

PRIVATE RESTAURANT 500 Sqm

RESCUE 25 Sqm

FIRSTAID 25 Sqm

SWIMMING POOL 500 Sqm

WATER ACTIVITIES 1000 Sqm

SWIMMING POOL 450 Sqm

WATER TAXI TERMINAL 1000 Sqm

INDOOR RESTAURANT 1000 Sqm

SEATING LAWN 250 Sqm

SHOWER 100 Sqm

SEATING LAWN 250 Sqm

TOILETS 50 Sqm BAR 25 Sqm

KAYAK PLATFORM 100 Sqm

FIRSTAID 25 Sqm

TOILETS LOCKERS 100 Sqm

KAYAK PLATFORM 100 Sqm

ATRIUM 100 Sqm

L STAIRS 50 Sqm

PRIVATE RESTAURANT 500 Sqm

WATER ACTIVITIES 1000 Sqm

FITNESS CENTRE 1000 Sqm

SPECTATOR SEATS 250 Sqm

SHOWER LOCKERS 100 Sqm

SPECTATOR SEATS 250 Sqm

LAZY RIVER 1000 Sqm

OPEN-AIR RESTAURANT 1000 Sqm TOILETS 50 Sqm

OUTDOOR GYM 450 Sqm

ENTRANCE

YOGA LAWN 400 Sqm

OFFICE 150 Sqm

L

EXTREME SPORTS LAWN 700 Sqm

RESTING SPACE 100 Sqm

Grouping

Other Facilities

Project Site Area

Leisure & Recreations

Water Activities

Commercial Spaces

WATER 100 Sqm CHANGE LOCKERS 100 Sqm

L

RESTING SPACE 100 Sqm

OUTDOOR CAFE 250 Sqm

RESTING SPACE 100 Sqm

CHESS AREA 150 Sqm

TOILETS 50 Sqm

TOILETS 50 Sqm

BBQ 150 Sqm

PARKING 150 Sqm

L RAMP 150 Sqm

MULTIPURPOSE LAWN 600 Sqm

CO-WORKING SPACE 250 Sqm

L

ATRIUM 100 Sqm

BAR 25 Sqm

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES LAWN 1000 Sqm

INDOOR CAFE 250 Sqm

RAMP 150 Sqm

FIRSTAID 25 Sqm

DANCE AREA 150 Sqm

Space Connection

OFFICE 150 Sqm

RETAIL 50 Sqm CHANGE LOCKERS 100 Sqm

RAMP 150 Sqm

ENTRANCE PLAZA

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES LAWN 1000 Sqm

CHILDREN PLAYGROUND 800 Sqm

STORAGE 50 Sqm

INSTALLATION GARDEN 400 Sqm

RESTING SPACE 100 Sqm

TOILETS 50 Sqm

ENTRANCE

EXHIBITION LAWN 150 Sqm

L

PARKING AREA 600 Sqm

RAMP 150 Sqm

Gathering Spaces

Removeable Floating Deck Construction 2


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02 SOULSCAPE STUDIO

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SOULCYCLE TERRACE

SOULYOGA SOULCYCLE TERRACE SOULCYCLE

DN

TERRACE

SOULYOGA

DN SOULCYCLE DN

TERRACE DN

DN DN

DN

DN

DN TERRACE

DN

DN

DN

SOULYOGA

DN

SOULYOGA UP TERRACE

DN

DN DN

SOULYOGA

DN SOULYOGA

UP DN DN

DN

SOULYOGA SOULYOGA SOULYOGA SOULYOGA

SOULCYCLE

SOULCYCLE

SOULBAR

RECEPTION

SOULBAR

RECEPTION

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03 A PLACE TO SMASH an alternative way for recycling To escape from the usual activities in Nana is to provide the safest place for people to act aggressively having fun breaking, throwing and smashing bottles both day and night. Seeing people collecting bottles to smash more. Even the idea of the design proposal seems very simple and practical, it is very fascinating on various levels, for its degree of 'naturality' in the geometry and effects, but also for its unusual relationship with people's activities, tapping on a slightly 'dark' psychological side through the idea of 'violent' release. However, the innovative device is to provide an alternative way of recycling in a fun way The design allowed people to actually enter the space to smash bottles wearing given protective clothes. The programs separated into 4 platforms which are observation deck where people can interact to the urbreed device from the outside, a place to smash which is a whole �loor given for smashing, sea of glass where the sharp edges of broken glass has been smoothened by hidden rock tumbling machine and lastly the recycling station where these broken glass turned into new materials depending on an individual adaptation.

Overall, this arti�icial space is simulating water from solid matter that has its own �luidity similarly to the property of water that is liquid. The self-organized and unpredictable movement of glass. The self sustain structure also has its own natural life cycle which refers back to the meaning of �lourishing

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04 RIAD LILJAMIE dwelling design Riad Liljamie or Riad for everyone aims to create an affordable community where everyone is equal especially in living conditions. The project reintroduces the identity of the old medina , traditional courtyard houses in an alternative way. Each units are hidden behind thick walls similar to the old medina and gets fragmented inside the aggregation which completely different from the simply look from the outside. Units are stacking up to three levels. The special feature for this community is to combine the traditional Morrocan house and modular design. Therefore each household will have their own individual courtyard. There are three different type of units from two to four bedrooms. All the residential units started from second �loor to fourth �loor according to numbers of each household. The courtyard fountain appearance turns into the spatial circulation, where water circulate from the highest �loor, within each �loors and down to the ground as a connection. Different sounds of water running, dropping through corridors and functioned to cool down the space and for the refreshment. However the advantage of having water running through the whole community which will solve heat issues due to the hot climate and improve on ventilation.

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Ground Floor Plan

Unit Type A

Unit Type B

Courtyard Plan

Unit Type C

1st Floor Plan

Combined Unit Section

2nd Floor Plan

3rd Floor Plan

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3000 mm

05 FACADE DESIGN Environment Technology and Building System Design I

and using the same construction lines which makes the

natural lights to penetrate and ventilation while also providing privacy for the users using wooden material.

3300 mm

Facade design inspired from Islamic patterns that mostly begin with a circle combines with lines and

Moroccan tiles or zellij tiles that can be found on walls, technique which is a water and oil resistant.

3300 mm

Behind the facade there is a gutter for the water running through the corridors also prevented the tiles in case of rain. Besides functioned to cool down the space, solving heat issues and for the refreshment.

Wood Framing Facade

Gutter

Waterproof Membrane

Zellij Tiles

Grout

Joinst

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Furring


WOODEN PATTERN FACADE

BRICK WALL

Racking back and stopped ends BASE COAT

Cover on uneven backing bricks

WOODEN PATTERN FACADE

BRICK WALL

Racking back and stopped ends BASE COAT

Cover on uneven backing bricks

TADELAKT COATING TADELAKT COATING A construction technique used in Morocco that covers A construction technique used in Morocco that covers walls inside houses in order to give them a smooth walls inside houses in order to give them a smooth shiny and waterproof coat with lime plaster shiny and waterproof coat with lime plaster

ZELLIJ TILES ZELLIJ TILES Moroccan Mosaics tiles set into plaster base Moroccan Mosaics tiles set into plaster base it is oil and water resistance 20 cm x 20 cm it is oil and water resistance 20 cm x 20 cm GROUT/CEMENT

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR

Support tiles construction and prevent tiles from falling down

FURRING

50 mm x 50 mm Plywood

FLOOR JOINST

Series of horizontal plywood for

GROUT/CEMENT

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

PLYWOOD SUBFLOOR

Support tiles construction and prevent tiles from falling down

FURRING

50 mm x 50 mm Plywood

FLOOR JOINST

Series of horizontal plywood for

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06 SCATTERED HOSTEL reconnecting human with nature Focusing on the subjective perception of time and how can it be in�luenced by the environment so I intended to design a place where people can reconnect themselves with nature by using architectural intervention as a mean. Designing outdoor spaces including campsite, shower, kitchen, �irepit, resting and meditation space. Each spaces located far from one to another which allow people to wander around to explore part of the village. For example, one sided mirror is simultaneously re�lects the surrounding also allows the user to be hidden and exposed at the same time. The existing rocks as shower platform and a wood plank stick in the side of the slope for people to bath in the steam.

Natural leftovers of massive tree stumps is used for camping platform to create a �lat surface on the slope. The ground surface is adjusted according to human ergonomic with a large tinted glass as a shading device to become a resting space.

The �irepit is built below ground level to avoid the strong wind and the shelter on ground level become �irewood storage. In conclusion each intervention space comes with its own quality by taking advantage of the landscape resources thus enhance it. Allowing people to expand their motions in much longer time or to slow them down and most importantly to reconnect us with the nature.

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Struc

-reinfo flat sla -lead b concrete

Water Pumbling System

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Ver Lig

BUILDING SERVICE Environment Technology and Building System Design I Inside-Out Of ice Building is designed by Nicolas LaisnĂŠ AssociĂŠs. It is open-concept, bio-climatic of ice building to with beautiful green-layered outer facade that allows the users to circulate and enjoy the green space throughout the building. The Of ices With Terraces plan brings the circulation passages normally found in the core of a building to the outer facade. This eco-conscious approach not only creates healthful of ice space and reduce the congested areas.

I have selected this project to study this of ice building which help me understand the practical knowledge of building structure and building service at an approximate size of 200 square metres with a proper calculation for each service system and speci ications including furnitures for the interior space.

fire sprinkler

Toilets

Water return pipe

Water supply pipe

Luminares

HVAC System

250 x 560

400 x 560

600 x 560

600 x 560

AHU 200 L/s

200 L/s

200 L/s

200 L/s

200 L/s

200 L/s

250 x 560

400 x 560

250 x 560

AHU 200 L/s

200 L/s

AHU

400 x 560

200 L/s

200 L/s

200 L/s

200 L/s

NUMBER OF SPRIN

AHU

600 x 560

600 x 560

fire sprinklers

diffuser

400 x 560

air register

250 x 560

AHU

air supply

air return

Vertical transportation and Lightning System

HVAC TA

Applicable to

All AHUs loca

Total floor ar

Total floor 2 m 5000 6000 7000 ... 11000

BUILDING Occopancy : Office

elevator

fire exist

main circulation

luminaires

Airflow(L

SW

11.

W

14.

NW

14.

W

14.

FACTOR Location Nice,France

23

Airflow(

0.


HVAC System

Structural system -reinforced concrete flat slab -lead bearing reinforced concrete wall

system

Plumbing System

HVAC System

Plumbing System

rete

einforced

AHU Air duct

Perimeter steel columns

Air sopply Air return

AHU

Perimeter reinforce concrete + for cores

Steel midstand columns Perimeter steel columns

Air duct

Transpotation g System

Waster water pipe

OVERALL AXONOMETRIC

Lift motor room area (sqm.)

Number of lifts in group 1 Car size

2

3

4

5

Floors served

6

32 (Y)m 41

41(H)m

5 to 7

4.3

1.7

2.7

42

42

54

4.5

1.9

2.7

51

1.763

54 632.7

8 to 10

4.3 51

11 to 14

6.7

2.8

3.0

818to 1032

4.5 64 6.7 72

64

1.984

15 to 30

7.6

3.4

3.0

72

7.6 75

75

2.894 3.4 99

Car size

(A)m

(B)m

(C)m

8

1.9

2.0

8

7

15

32

32

41

10

20

42

42

54

12

11

26

51

51

63

63 20

16

18

32

64

64

84

84 24

1121to 14 37 1523 to 3040

20

21

37

72

72

94

94

Lobby

24

23

40

75

75

99

100

CIRCULATION Car size

(A)m

842.7 943.0 3.0 100

(B)m

main circulation

6

main circulation

12 sqm

=

(C)m

Typical floor area (x100m)

9

10

11

Typical floor area (x100m)

a=10 , b=12 , c=16 , d = 20 , e=24 passengers This building encouraged people to use the stairs to circulate

m

200

AIRDUCT REFERENCE

12

475 550

300

650

375 450

3.6 m

400 500

300 275 350

300

500

425

350

650

550 650

450 450

3.6 m

250

250 150 550 450 150 350 300 175 650 500 250 200 175 350 400 175 650 300 250 200 300 500 225 350 300 250 350

200

350

175

300 250 225

300

250

200 175

175

350

350

300

250 200 175

300

550 650

450 450

350 350

300 250 225 300 250 225

350 350

.. .

850x560

850x560

600x560

400x560

250x560

200 L/s

200 L/s

200 L/s

200 L/s

600x560

5.9

.. .

8

7.

.. .

11

.2

5.9

m

200 L/s

Per floor = 28,938

INDEX WidthROOM x Lenght

20.06 x 48.69

=

3 (20.06 + 48.69)

(1300x12)157

=

2,449,200

4.73 (approx 5)

2,449,200x0.91

11.7

157

83

83NW 83 W

14.0

189

83

14.1

185

83

0.81

Location 2 )Airflow(L/s m ) Cooling(W(R)/M ) Heating(W/M 4 1.59 Nice,France

.2

0.91

2

m

2

0

0.815.

m

2.6 m

: 5600 L/s

Area : 28 sqm. 4. 2 Weight : 2900 Kg m 2

0

5.

m

Ceiling : 0.70 ( Light ) Floor : 0.20 ( Low ) Walls : 0.50 (Medium)

Height Lenght) Ceiling(Width : 0.70 + ( Light ) Floor : 0.20 ( Low ) 20.06 x 48.69 Walls : 0.50 (Medium)

=

3 (20.06 + 48.69)

=

4.73 (approx 5)

LUMINAIRE CALCULATION LUMINAIRE DETAILLUMINAIRE CALCULATION

Model : LFE E LED3600-600-830 M600L12LDOKASRE E x A LED3600-600-830 M600L12LDOKASRE N = Output : 3490 Lumens F x n x UF x MF 3490 Lumens

218,400x1.59

L/s

Air flow : 5600 L/s

238 x 1247

=

N

= =

3.6 m 3490 x 1 x 0.95 x 0.75

3.6 m

=

Floor mounted AHU single zone unit

Floor mounted AHU single zone unit

Heating(W/M ) 1.59

=

(1300x12)x14

AIR HANDLING UNIT (AHU) AIR HANDLING UNIT (AHU) 14.2 186 83

83 SW 83 W

Width x Lenght

LFE E 218,400

Per floor = 28,938

L/s

REFLECTANCES

REFLECTANCES

=

169.23

E x A F x n x UF x MF 238 x 1247 3490 x 1 x 0.95 x 0.75 169.23

238 LUX E =onAverage illuminance required on E = Average illuminance required a work surface (LUX) a work surface (LUX) 1247 Sqm A = Area of work surface 1247 Sqm A = Area of work surface N = Number of luminares installed N = Number of luminares installed 1 n = Number of lamps per luminare 1 n = Number of lamps per luminare 3490 F = Luminious flux (lumens) 3490 F = Luminious flux (lumens) 238 LUX

3.6 m

2

0.9 m

AIR REGISTER

m FACTOR FOR VARIOUS2.6CITIES Air flow VARIOUS CITIES

ooling(W(R)/M )

2.0 m

2.0 m

3.6 m

185

1.1

Car Design Model: FJ-TKJ-013

Height (Width + Lenght)

Occopancy : Office Each= register supply 200 L/s = 28,938/200 = 144.69(145registers) Each 2register supply2 200 L/s = 228,938/200 144.69(145registers) Cooling(W(R)/M ) Heating(W/M ) = 12 per floor = 12 per floor

189

1.2

ROOM INDEX

ROOM INDEX = 200 L/s 200 L/s

Office 2 Airflow(L/s m ) 2 oling(W(R)/M ) Heating(W/M ) 186

2.3

= 347,256 L/s

m = 8 347,256 L/s

7.

COMPLEX LOAD PLEX LOADBUILDING AIR REGISTER

157

1.1

2.8

Central plant room

ROOM 400x560 INDEX 250x560

HVAC CALCULATION

HVAC CALCULATION

m 515

2.6

2.7

Central plant room

2228 kW LUMINAIRE DETAIL

.2 11000 m

2.7 2.7

24

350

350

Office complex cooling load = ditioning system All AHUs located in a central Office complex cooling load = (1300x12)157 plant room = central plant room = 2,449,200 Total floor area : 1300 sqm x 12 floors For News,France = 0 sqm x 12 floors = 15600 sqm For News,France = 2,449,200x0.91 600 sqm = Total floor Central plant room 515.42 sqm = 2228 kW 2 2 plant room 515.42 Am H m m sqm Office complex airflow = H m Office complex airflow = (1300x12)x14 Model 5000 270 5.2 =: 5.2 = 218,400 6000 316 5.4 Output : 5.9 m 5.4 For News,France = 5.9 m 7000 358 5.5 For News,France = 218,400x1.59 11

16 20

Circular diam

425

Applicable to air conditioning system

5.5 ...

0.9

2.1 m

350

200 L/s

HVAC TABLES

0.9

2.2

Duct sizes for medium noise areas such as general offices

AHU AHU

2.0

2.2

2.1 m

1008

Duct sizes for medium noise areas suchAirflow as general offices Rectangular duct dimension (mm) (L/s) 125 150 175 200 250 300 350 400 Airflow Rectangular duct dimension (mm) Circular 3.6 m 125 150 175 200 250 300 200 (L/s) diam 475 375 300 275 200 175 150 150 350 400

84 Sprinkers

2.1

12

0.9 m

a=10 , b=12 , c=16 , d = 20 , e=24 passengers This building encouraged people to use the stairs to circulate

AIRDUCT= REFERENCE 84 Sprinkers

12

8

0.9

10

12 sqm

=

1008

7

Spriklers System

Lobby

Number 8 and passenger capacity 2.0 of the lifts0.9 1.9 Floors served 10 2.1 2.0 0.9 Number and passenger capacity of the lifts 11 3b 3c 4b 4c 4d 4e 0.9 12 2.2 2.2 Floors served 10 3b 3c 4b 4c 4c 4d 1.1 16 2.7 2.3 11 3b 3c 4b 4c 4d 4e 9 20 2.7 2.6 2d 3b 3c 3d 4b 4b 1.1 10 3b 3c 4b 4c 4c 4d 8 elevator 24 2.7 2.8 2c 2d 3a 3b 3b 3c 1.2 9 2d 3b 3c 3d 4b 4b 7 2a 2a 2b 2c 2e 3a fire exist Car Design Model: FJ-TKJ-013 8 2c 2d 3a 3b 3b 3c luminares 6 7 8 9 10 11 7 2a 2a 2b 2c 2e 3a

fire exist

(H)m

(X)m 32

10

luminares

(Y)m

Floors 7 15 served 10 20

10

41 12 54 16

CIRCULATION

elevator

(X)m

511 to 7 26

8

6

5

Spriklers System

Over-run and head room OVERALL AXONOMETRIC

Number of lifts in group 1 2 3 4 Car size Over-run and head room

Lift motor room area (sqm.)

Waster water pipe

Waster supply pipe

VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION

Waster supply pipe

Public sewer

Air shaft

Vertical Transpotation Lightning System

Public sewer

Toilets Water storage tank

Air shaft

Air sopply Air return

Perimeter reinforce concrete + for cores

NUMBER OF SPRINLER

Toilets Water storage tank

Steel midstand columns

Area : 28 sqm.

0.67

MF = Maintannces factor 0.67

MF = Maintannces factor

Weight : 2900 Kg

0.75

UF = Maintannces factor 0.75

UF = Maintannces factor

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08 SAPHANKWAI and the future of Sapankwai

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The current looking of Saphankwai community urban situation in Bangkok. Nowadays Saphankwai is full of old and abandoned shophouse buildings along the mainroad underneath BTS skytrain which can be developed into commercial or residential building that can create more value for this community. In such a high density area there is many street vendors set along the footpath which dif�icult for the pedestrain to walk. Moreover it is very congested by public bus and private vehicles especially during the peak hours.

On the right handside is the future development proposal for Saphankwai community. The abandoned shophouse is now changed into tall residential or commercial of�ice building and more green openspace both on ground level and the rooftop which can be occupied as a garden, restaurants and even to install the solar panel energy. Also providing an organized space for the street vendors and create a seperated lane for moterbikes and public buses from other vehicles to reduce the traf�ic congestion.


09 FEZ EL BALI and the future of Fez El Bali

Fez El Bali is an old town with massive long forti�ied walls and labyrinth streets. Medina of Fez is the world’s largest car-free area. However the major atmospheric pollution mostly caused by chemical use, tannery burnt, leather dust, waste burning and the toxic air is being trapped within the urban area. People also disposed waste into the river nearby which affect the ecosystem in the river. In addition the water in this river which now contaminated is connected to many fountains around the city mostly undrinkable.

On the right handside is the future planning to solve the current environmental issues. Vertical structure could provide wider space on the streets and could support much larger number of inhabitants.In addition, the toxic air and bad smell from industrial activity will be blown to the outer part of the city. Add trees barrier surround the production site to absorb polluted air. This barrier help �ilter the toxic air that release to the surroundings area. Apply water remediation system and using incineration system for the waste treatment.

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10 FIELD EXPANSION separating a ‘whole’ into ‘parts’ Experimenting on how to divide a single object into smaller fragments while remaining its original shape and being able to develop them into a complete different feature.

This unusal cube is mainly contain the basic geometry shapes such as rectangular, right-angled triangle, rhombus, and equaliteral triangle. The fragmentation of this cube become uncountable when its combineddepending on how someone’s percieve as some are visible and some aren’t although it is imaginable in an abstract way. From form experiment I found out that each geometry shape has its own �lexibility on a certain material and some aren’t. Therefore the cube has been seperated in four layers and inserted along this white spiral shape which is designed to be a closed system for the expansion �ield where the starting point and the ending point is indistinguishable. Now the cube can be unfolded at two dimension along the insertion line exactly towards the edge of the expansion �ield and completely changed its own original feature into a new one.

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11 SYSTEM OF DIVISION Is a divided cube still a cube? The project aims to establish a method to order all fragments of division within your system of division. designing the formal operation of separating a ‘whole’ into ‘parts’, and de�ine the formal relation between a fragment and its neighboring others. In order to connect one another, the internal angles of a hexagon always combine to 720 degrees. Thinking of how to form a hexagon shape in a more simplistic way is to combine six triangles to form a hexagon and the inner angles still add up to 720 degrees. Rede�ine the meaning of cube by using thin acrylic sheet in a shape of square to de�ine the �ield of this cube and to play with the hierarchy of each layers. Therefore using these triangles to form new geometry creating new patterns while remaining the external feature of the cube became the main idea.

When the pattern of each layers combined what people will percieve is a complex dimension of small triangle fragments forming one cube under the de�inition of this system of division.

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12 ELEMENT WORLD experiencing sequence of spaces Experimenting project on the wind property is started from creating �ive sequences with different thickness of grid lines to see what would happen if the wind and the light passes through these gap. Generating an extreme condition for human to experience this Element World.

The grid line has been arranged in a frequent from 0 , 25 , 50 , 75 and 100 respectively corresponding to the amount of the wind that is able to get through. Adding the same frequent but using translucent material which only allows light to penetrate while the wind is being blocked and place them intersecting. Hence the space become diversely complex. 0% is the most uncomfortable space because nothing can access through the space, 25% will recieve barely light and wind, 50% is the middle space where the amount of light and wind is access equally. 75% is where human will become uncomfortable again as

Experiencing the space, both humans will stay in this element world for 24 hours experiencing every sequence of space

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13 FATIGUE design exhibition workshop Fatigue : weakening of a material caused by repeatedly applied loads. Can we exhaust all the possibilities a material or an object can perform?

A lab of experimentation & documentation to create a video installation with all the options obtained as a library of possibilities together with an atlas of actions to create a publication (book) obtained during the process based on Ikea graphicsand coded We decided to focus on liquid such as water, ink, soap, oil and so on in order to do an intense study and many experiment which resulted in many interesting responses and behaviors that the materials can create. Then we capture that particular moment of liquid into both media including a video and a comic book.

Workshop Leaders : Luis Urculo , Isla Architects Participants : Natchaluck Radomsittipat, Ksidij Olarnlap

#Dishsoap#Chineseink#Syringe#Injection#Distorted #Lines#Hierarchy#Space #Cave#Dark

#Chineseink#Oil#Glitter#Swirling#Twisting #Spining#Tornado #Disappearing

#Oil#Foodcolouring#Pinkblue#Contrast#Dropping #Lavalamp#Science#Sodiumbicarbonate #Bouncing#Jelly

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14 TEJIDO design build , tolox , malaga , spain Project Leaders : Patxi Martín, Natalia Vera Vigaray

A material exploration was proposed with the objective of recovering one of the main productive traditions in a state of extinction “De Esparto Craftmanship”. Esparto grass is one of local natural resources commonly bounded to produce farming tools and household products, passing techniques from one generation to the next. However it begins to disappear. We completed a series of action to understand and generate a critical position towards the context within a very short time frame. Through a series of brief workshops we connected with the community and the craftsmen, the material, the technique and its history.

We developed a whole story of a stranger visited the town to study and reinterpreted the use of this local material. Production of a video documentary series were projected in various locations in the town presented ourselves as “Alien” to provoke a general state of curiosity towards the project. At the same time, we experimented with the material to create a whole new range of products that were presented during a community event where Aliens and locals celebrated the new appearances of esparto.

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15 EBB AND FLOW space saloon , morongo valley , california The project started with the surveying, sketching, and immediate analyzation of data in real time into a site-speci�ic form: team members measured, and recorded various site conditions and then sketched curves and swirls around them. These shapes were then hand drawn and cut by our team in full scale on location — not an export of the original sketch, but in fact a sketch itself. Next, each of the curved platforms were separated by a series of hundreds of wooden pegs placed at syncopated intervals.

The result is a nebulous mirage on the landscape. As visitors move around and about the structure they are met with a kaleidoscopic vision — the randomized nature of the pegs simultaneously hiding and revealing the landscape behind them — as if the world itself was twinkling in and out of existence. Workshop Leaders : i/thee (Neal Lucas Hitch, Martin Hitch, Kristina Fisher) Photographers : Zeno Legner , i/thee Participants : Varinda Suphantharida, Tinn Kiewkarnkha, Ann-pavinee Langenskioeld, Natchaluck Radomsittipat

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16 DOTS space saloon , morongo valley , california DOTS is a permanent infrastructure conducive to �lexible and temporary inhabitation. A grid - at �ive bays by �ive bays large - consists of moment resisting columns each out�itted with various sleeves for cross bracing and program attachment. The top of the columns, capped with mirrors, align to a datum regardless of the topography below. DOTS provides a framework that creates a consistent proportion for different types of interventions. The team designed and built a number of scenarios that allow for �lexible temporary in-habitation - an experiment in collective camping. These scenarios involve walls, shading devices, and camping platforms that can be partitioned in various con�igurations based on program size, orientations, landscape, and geography throughout the grid. DOTS exists as a ‘stable’ con�iguration yet accommodates a number of ‘unstable’ interventions. Project Leaders : Andrew Kovacs, Kyle May Photographer : Zeno Legner Participants : Lauren Hunter, Amanda Dellevigne, Max Harden, Erin Wright, Cameron Kursel, Ciana Frenze, Anastasiia Budnyk, Ann-pavinee Langenskioeld, Weerada Chalermnont, Phuridej Eakthanasunthorn, Saifa Sathaporn, Michael Pickoff, Natchaluck Radomsittipat

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17 BANG NONG SAENG KINDERGARTEN design and construction projects for communities Client: Bang Nong Saeng School Main Sponsor: Mitsubishi Elevator (Thailand) Co.,LTD. Budget: 800,000 THB

The starting point of the project was to create a strategy to balance the available budget with the high expectations of the school, which needed an entire new building for a kindergarten. Therefore, the proposal was to generate a set of modular roofs, designed to grow over time, according to the needs of the school and future donations to complete the set.

The applied constructive techniques have their origin in the reinterpretation of the colorful endemic and self-built architecture of the area, as well as the technology and resources available. The roofs crowned with solar chimneys guarantee the natural ventilation of the spaces, achieving a very good thermal comfort without energy consumption and taking advantage of the qualities of the tropical climate. Project Leaders : Paul Saquella, Carmen Torres Photographers : Beer Singnoi, Pau Sarquella Participants : Prompruit Snitwongse, Chanin Homdee, Wasutop Viriyasuebpong, Proud Danpoe, Rasa Shirdel, Natthida Mongkonsiri, Napassorn Charoentra, Phannarath Siritantipat, Phannita Jiravatsatith, Parisorn Itsarapanich, Thanakarn Srathongin, Pongtrust Patcharapond, Chanai Chaitaneeyachat, Palakorn Guagulpipat, Natchapongtorn Gaesornsuwan, Ponrphat Bejrananda, Yada Chatavaraha, Noppanut Bovornratanavech, Natchaluck Radomsittipat, Nutnicha Attawutinun, Panat Triwattana Opinion Prize and a Jury Mention FAD 2019 Awards

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A PLACE TO SMASH

FATIQUE

TEJIDO

an alternative way for recycling

design exhibition workshop

an arrival of the alien

18 VIDEO PRODUCTION produced during academic years exploring different techniques

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SOGN EFJORD

STREET VENDOR

reconstructed original painting by Johan Christian Dahl

a guy who makes sweet potato balls


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Profile for Natchaluck

Natchaluck Architectural Design Portfolio 2015-2019  

Hello ! I'm a fresh graduate from International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA) Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok , Thailand

Natchaluck Architectural Design Portfolio 2015-2019  

Hello ! I'm a fresh graduate from International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA) Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok , Thailand

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