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PHANTHEP THIENGTHAMCHAROEN SELECTED WORK FOR ONLINE SUBMISSION

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM in DESIGN and ARCHITECTURE (I.N.D.A.), CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY


Phanthep Thiengthamcharoen Junior Architect

Waterford Rama4 Condominium 77/47, Soi Phumchit, Klong Toey, Prakanong, Rama4 Road, Bangkok,Thailand, 10110

Birth: Jan/29/1994 Nationality: Thai

Education

Email: phanthep.th@gmail.com Tel: 0922761750

B.Sc in Architecture and Design

International program in Design and Architecture (INDA), Chulalogkorn University Bangkok,Thailand

Cumulative GPAX: 3.16 Aug. 2012 - Nov. 2016

Exchange Program at Canberra University, Australia Faculty of Architecture, Studio 3.2

Canberra, Australia, Aug 2015 - Jan 2016

Grace International School Chiangmai, Thailand 2009-2012

WOrk Experience

Maps Design Studio BKK 12th Sep- Dec 23th 2016

Hospitality Design Position : Junior Architect: Early schematice design, physical model making, preparing presentation, Cad drawings, 3d Models

Internship at A49-HD June - July 2015 House Design Position: Intern: Model Making, Autocad Detail Drawings, Site photography

Workshops & DESIGN Build Sketching Trip in Japan: Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Tokyo, (July 2016) •14 days trip to Japan to explore and experience the architecture and the atmosphere of japanese culture. Expereince in making a proposal for the new library for the Faculty of Physics, (May 2016) • A group project during 4th year to renovate a library, where each group is given a diffrent library of each faculty Expereince in real estate investment of a home office in town in town, (April - May 2016) •A paired assignment to select a calculate the possible profit for the selected project Design Built for Community: New Klong Community (II): Building a new port for a community in Bangkok, (Summer 2015- July 2016) • A group project to design a children center for the community near the canals in Bangkok Expereince in Urban Design and making a new proposal in Siam Sqaure ( May 2015) •A group project to analysis the urban flow in Siam Sqaure and proposal a green space for the public INNATUR 3: Experience in designing nature interpretation centre competition, (May 2014) • A group project creating a coral reef conservation floating pavilion, using the reefs pattern for inspiration

pRofessional skills Standard Sketch Up 8 | AUTODESK REVIT 2013 | CS Indesign | Microsoft Standard Program

INTERMEDIATE Rhinocerus 5 | AutoCad 2014-for Architecture | Maxwell Render | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Illustrator | Freehand Sketching

Exra- Curricular Skills Architectural Model Making | Illustrations | Info Graphics | Photography

Language

Thai

Writing: Fluent | Reading: Fluent | Speaking Fluent

ENGLISH

Writing: Fluent | Reading: Fluent | Speaking: Fluent


TABLE OF CONTENT Selected Projects

Year.4.2 pg.1-28 RENOVATION OF THE DUSIT THANI FlAGSHIP: SERVICE IN ARCHITECTURE

Year.4.1 pg.29-46 CANBERRA,DICKSON, AUSTRALIA APARTMENT (EXCHANGE PROGRAM) REVIT WORKSHOP 5*5 SPACE DESIGN

SUMMER 2015 pg.47-50 INTERNSHIP AT A49 HD

Year.3.1 pg.51-58 PUBLIC HOUSING FOR COLLECTORS

Year.2.2 pg.59-68 FLAGSHIP STORE AND BRANDING :FIRE ARM FLAGSHIP STORE

ADDITIONAL CONTENT Sketches in Japan pg.69-74 GROUP PROJECTS pg.75-80


Year.4.2

RENOVATION OF THE DUSIT THANI FlAGSHIP: SERVICE IN ARCHITECTURE

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DUSIT THANI CONTEXT PLAN

MANEFESTO Hotels should allow guests to see what rooms they are getting. In this era of internet and web surfing, hotel booking is a common thing that guest use to get access the hotel. However, Guests could not see what they are getting, what they see in the booking website are commercial photographs which somehow lead to disappointment in the space due to lack in accuracy. Most hotel sells primary in service, but not the actual space and they use the number of “stars” which is they use to describe by luxurious furniture, views and some other unrelated service such as a food course or some access to the other facilities which makes the space in the room secondary. I believe that guests could have the choice offer when they are selecting hotels and customization their own room. To support my ideas , the three main aspects that will guide my design proposal is to look at the booking system, room distribution and the architectural aspects of the hotels.

Moving on the architectural aspects of the proposal, in terms of the new design for Dusit Thani, my proposal, it will begin with the extension of the older space, while using the existing base as a starting point of distributing the rooms. as it goes up, the extension of from the old ones giving a much more boundary than the existing one which lacks the distribution of the programs given. Since the existing tower, are renovated throughout time in which causes existing rooms to have flaws and awkward connectivity’s such as transition between connections or even between scale issues, with flaws like these hotels uses special service to patch things up and cost more money than it usually is leading to disappointment in using space. By giving the ability to customize their own space, guests will be satisfy by what they are getting.

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DUSIT THANI FlAGSHIP: EXTENSION WITH DIGITAL FACADE ARTWORK DISPLAY

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PROPOSAL LOBBY PROGRAM AND BOOKING PROGRAME ANATOMY OF LOBBY/ CONTROL ROOM

The proposal for the new system of room custumization will allow guies to experience the visual of the booked room. With varies types of visualizing tools for guests to experience their rooms, guests can interact with features and services

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BOOKING AND ROOM DISTRIBUTION The booking system is the first process in order for guests to acces into the service in the hotel. it show the first impression and the sytem layout for the guest to choose on the rooms they want depending of the types of guests. The diagram of Dusit Thani’s booking shows the types of spaces and theoptions of the bed they can get. They are two types of booking options, the direct booking and the indirect booking, in which the difference of these booking is that when Dusit Thani gets revenue from the other online booking channels is loses its partial earning to these channels and the goal of the system is to get guests to booki directly from the hotel. However, in reality the indirect booking channels are moer trust worthy. the system that that makes the indirect booking more succesful is that they allow guests to post actual photographs of the room that they are staying in which allows future guests to decided to book the room or not 22


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BOOKING AND EXPERIENCE This experimental phase is to test out what can a booking system from the idea of a booking system and put it in a physical form, the idea was too create a room with the customization based on the choice of the guess and the room will be set up accordingly to the choice that they chose. They are 5 spaces available and the combinations is base on the previous choice of the guest nearby. With the connecting rooms, the balcony also allow guest to move around through the balcony. 26


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Year.4.1

CANBERRA,DICKSON, AUSTRALIA APARTMENT (EXCHANGE PROGRAM)

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MODULARITY CHOICE The project focusses on a place in Canberra, Dickson, a place with a lot of asian supermarkets and takeaway foods and other restaurant. However, it lacks people. The proposal is to create an apartment with no more than 4 floors and to link the community together.So the design solution is to proposed a modular apartment that is affordable for all types of residents so that the site will be inhabitant with many varieties of people in which it can create a sense of community and bring up the aliveness to the place. 30


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SITE ANALYSIS The site is at Dickson, ACT , Canberra where most of the buildings are drive-through, multicultureresterants, and chinese supermarkets. However it lacks the pedestrain in most of the day. This means that the site seems a bit lonely at most of the time where people only come to the site for lunch or dinner and leave the place. Then the analysis focusses on how the new proposal for the apartment can achieve its potential and brinf people into the site so that they can be more interations with other people and how the aparmentment itseld could be the new identity of DicksonSeveral massing studies to experiment the possibility of the flow of pedestrain and 32


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ACCES  he project focusses on a place in Canberra, Dickson, T a place with a lot of asian supermarkets and takeaway foods and other restaurant. However, it lacks people. The proposal is to create an apartment with no more than 4 floors and to link the community together.So the design solution is to proposed a modular apartment that is affordable for all types of residents so that the site will be inhabitant with many varieties of people in which it can create a sense of community and bring up the aliveness to the place. 34


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ELEVATION

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Year.4.1

REVIT WORKSHOP 5*5 SPACE DESIGN PAVILION FOR STUDENTS IN CANBERRA

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SUMMER 2015 INTERNSHIP AT A49 HD

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NOT TO SCALE FOR PORTFOLIO 49


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Year 3.1

PUBLIC HOUSING FOR COLLECTORS

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COLLECTION AND DISPLAY In a city like Bangkok where in the city there is not much property to build a “house�, people live in apartments and condominium. space is somehow rare to obtain for commoners or people who are less fortune. People in cities have similar conditions on living, mostly inside apartments when the rooms are divided strictly the conditions has to change. For example, one might be able to collect object in a box, shelf, to display the collection that they earn. I support ideal of collectors who proudly display their collection on a glass shelf that can be seen in the space. it shows the dedication of the person that allows sacrifice some of his space to display his identity.A person seeks for more space but it seems impossible in this city where a single condominium is worth more than a million baht. Yet, the space is not enough. I proposed to make the living space to merge with space for collections to live in. Collectors, collect objects that they are attracted not just for showing off to other people, but also it is part of their fragment of their life, and I believe that everyone collects some kind of an object and wants to take care and protect it. Which is why a space is necessary for this purpose 53


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RENDERING OF THE PATHWAY

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Year.2.2

FLAGSHIP STORE AND BRANDING Product: Firearms

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BRINGING CONTRAVERSIAL PRODUCTS TO SOCIETY The attempt for this project is to portray some products that has a negative view on society and try to use architecture to come up with an idea to make the product more appealing to the public.The the first phase was a site analysis and mapping of the products that in the point of view of the majority people dislike it or its partly legal to sell it. By sticking to the idea the project continues and develop into a custom 1911 gun shop which the product is also partly legal to own one.By putting the controversial product in the public can support users who are afraid of disapproval for majority to decrease and might have a more open mind about fire arms in Bangkok.The flag ship is also an shooting rage both tactical and sports. in which in can decrease the narrow minded opinions of how the products are used.

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SKETCHES: JAPAN TRIP July 6 - 19 2016

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OSAKA, KYOTO, NARA, TOKYO After all my years of studying I decided to take a break and take a trip to Japan. My goal is to study and absorb the characteristics of Japans architecture from traditional to modernism. Its has been an eye opener for me as an architecture student to experience these types of architecture during my trip. So I deciced to sketch some buildings that struck my attention

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GROUP PROJECT: ORNAMENT COMPETITION YEAR 2 MEMBERS: PHANTHEP THIENGTHAMCHAROEN • PONGSATORN Jongaroontaprangsee • Tzu-wen Chiang • Atikhun Manoonchai • Chayaphon Ruenruedeepanya • Santawat Chienpradit

PROJECT PROGRAM 1. INTERPRETATION CENTRE • The main function of an Interpretation Centre is to promote a creative learning environment, seeking to reveal to the visitors the significance of cultural or historical heritage of the object exposed, in order to increase consciousness and motivate its effective conservation. • They are designed to cover four basic functions: research, conservation, promotion and enhancement of the object they are dedicated to. • Interpreting is the art of presenting to the public an entity; to inform, entertain and motivate knowledge. The purpose of interpretation is giving the visitor a better understanding of why and in what sense a place or an object is important.

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GROUP PROJECT: Physic Library Renovation YEAR 4 MEMBERS: PHANTHEP THIENGTHAMCHAROEN • PONGSATORN Jongaroontaprangsee • Jakkaphan Luengvattanavut • Pimpika Teravaninthorn •Suphasek Ruangraweewat

SITE ANALYSIS We have visited the site to assess and gather information of the strengths and weaknesses of this library so we can best design to suit it. Our first impression was formed before entering the library. We noticed that this library does not actually stand out from the rest of the rooms that the exterior looked exactly like those of the surrounding classrooms, making it quite hard to be found for newcomers. Upon entering, we noticed that the atmosphere of this space was uninviting and dark, anddid not look like a study space that students would be attracted to. Although the room isadequately sized, the way it was laid out made it feel quite small.

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We were still able to pin down the potential that the library has, in order to improve it. Firstly, because of the high ceilingheight, we see that there is more than enough space to provide an extra level above it to maximize the capacity for students. Secondly, the materiality reflects the identity of the exterior that is so antique which can be preserved and reused. Thirdly, the exterior wall structure of the space is sturdily built, so therefore the placement of the interior walls has the potential to be experimented with for innovative and unique designs.

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME

Email: phanthep.th@gmail.com Tel: 0922761750


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