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urbanplanning & graphicdesign

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contents PROJECT 1

SITE AND URBAN LANDSCAPE PLANNING : SITE ANALYSIS

PROJECT 2

SITE AND URBAN LANDSCAPE PLANNING : RENOVATE CENTRAL WORLD PLAZA

PROJECT 3

URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT : DESIGN LAND SUB-DIVISION

PROJECT 4

URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING : LANDUSE PLANNING

PROJECT 5

GRAPHIC WORK

: POSTER, BOOK COVER, LOGO


PROJECT 1

BARCELONA , SPAIN

YEAR 2010 SITE AND URBAN LANDSCAPE PLANNING : SITE ANALYSIS

TECHNICAL SHEET

CREDIT

BEGINING YEAR : 2000 BEGINING OF WORK YEAR : 2005 END OF WORK YEAR : 2006 AREA : 20,000 m2 COST : 5,345,840 €

DEVELOPER : Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona AUTHORS : Coll-Leclerc Arquitectos,S.L.,Jaime Coll COLLABORATORS : Teresa Galí

SITE PLAN

DRAIN WATER DIAGRAM

David García Manel Coma

BARCELONA

ANALYSIS PHASE

PHYSICAL ENVIROMENT FACTORS

PURPOSES In 2000 the public company Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (Metropolitan Transport of Barcelona) decided to use this land to construct a bus depot with a capacity for 300 municipal buses. The size and location of the site offered the unusual opportunity to build the depot on 60,000 square metres of land that was perfectly connected with the road network. Nonetheless, the size and location of the building entailed a considerable risk of environmental impact at a potential point of access to Collserola Natural Park. The solution to this conflict of interests appearedwith the idea of providing the building with a large, accessible garden rooftop that would offer good views of the city and also serve as a transit zone between the urban fabric and the park.

BUILDINGS

ROOMS

ACTIVITIES

The park uses the roof of the bus garage of barcelona transport company and it is main facade. The only parts that stick out are the emergency exits and the garage’s entrance bay.

There are also circular spaces that surround the mentioned drainage points and that serve to establish sitting areas,either paved in exposed concrete, sand or white marble pebbles and mortar or planted with grass.

Around the drains that the roof requires, different sized circles have been drawn covered and placed in different ways.Thos that serve as centres of activity are covered in rubber, sand or exposed

FUNCTIONS The depot occupies three semi-underground levels that are open to the Ronda de Dalt ring route and are covered with slabs of reinforced concrete with a surface area of 20,000 square metres. The slabs are distributed in horizontal platforms of seven metres square, which are graded to reproduce the original topography of the terrain. The roofing has a load capacity of 2,000 Kg/m² and there is a watercollecting drainpipe every forty metres. A grid of PVC panels of WATER different heights has softened the stepped profile of the slab concrete without adding excessive dead weight. On this basis, large circular Under its surface, the park conceals a complex drainage system of the roof it i concrete concavities are formed on the roof and these collect located on, with openings every 40 rainwater in their centres. Of varying diameter, these large funnels are metres. It is a huge drainage and water paved in bright colours and can function as spaces for skateboarding, carrying machine that separates water water games and bicycle tracks. The interstitial spaces separating the in pipes and drains below the surface funnels are planted with pines, clumps of bamboo and hyparrhenia grass to give continuity to the park’s natural vegetation

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN PARK AND PAVILIONS ON THE ECOLOGICAL ROOF OF THE TMB BUS DEPOT , We are looking for new perspective, the aerial version, more in tune with 21th century than the frontal vision of the passerby, more proper of the 21th century. The park cannot be seen.

SECTION

VEGATATION Some of the circular areas around the roof drains have herbal plants or climbing plants (Bougainvillea, ivy and grass), on a mixed ground. Besides this, low trees have been planted (cherry, tamarind, chinaberry,pine ,acacia,olive and Holm oak) disseminated in some of these areas andalso in paved areas.


ANALYSIS PHASE

ANALYSIS PHASE

HISTORY

VIEWS / CHARECTER AND IMAGE

CUTURAL FACTORS

AESTHETICS FACTORS

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04

02

05

EDGE

DISTRICT

PATH

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06

NODE One of the results of the opening up of the Ronda de Dalt ring route to coincide with the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona was that the neighbourhood of Horta, which occupies a peripheral valley between the northern limit of the city and the Collserola mountain range, would then ceforth be well connected to the city’s road network. Taking advantage of this recent accessibility and the magnitude of the construction, new metropolitan-scale facilities, for example the Horta Velodrome, began to appear on eitherside of the ring road. In other cases, the adjacent spaces were left awaiting future uses and were only transformed by the land-levelling and landfill operations that had modified the valley’s natural orography. This was the case of blocks of land lying between the Horta Velodrome and the cemetery, to the north of the ring route. The original slope was terraced with the different levels being occupied by gas tanks and temporary constructions servicing the road works.

ACCESSIBILITY

CIRCULATION AND MOBILITY

LEGEND FOOTPATH BICYCLE LANE WATER WASHES CONCRETE WITH QUARRY MARBLE

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PROJECT 2

TIMELINE

YEAR 2010

ACCESSIBILITY MICRO MAP

SITE AND URBAN LANDSCAPE PLANNING : RENOVATE CENTRAL WORLD PLAZA

1974

World Trade Center 1989

Central World 2009

Central World Plaza 2004

Central World is a shopping plaza and complex in Bangkok, Thailand.It is the third largest shopping complex in the world. The complex, which includes a hotel and office tower, is owned by Central Pattana. In 2006, after three years of design and renovation, CentralWorld was expanded to 550,000 square metres of shopping mall and 1,024,000 square metres of complex, topping its nearby rival Siam Paragon in terms of size.On 19 May 2010, CentralWorld was one of the many properties set on fire when the Red Shirts anti-government protestors were forcibly removed after months of demonstrations which included complete blockage of the Rachaprasong shopping district. The parts of the complex most affected were the Zens department store and its adjacent annex.

BANGKOK

INFRASTRUCTURE MICRO MAP

ANALYSIS PHASE

PHYSICAL ENVIROMENT FACTORS

ACCESSIBILITY MAP

LANDUSE MAP RATCHATHEWI

overpass

PRATUNAM

Central Wo rld

SAPAN HUA CHANG

CHIT LOM

MBK Cent er

Siam

HUA LAMPHONG

ry cove Dis Siam Cent er

Siam Squa

re

Bonanza

Mall

sky walk

Siam Para

fire hydrant

electricity post

bus stop

underground wire

gon Wat Pathum Wanaram

Central World

SIAM

drainage

Big C Arnoma Hotel Gaysorn plaza Erawan Shr

ine

Central chit

lom

PROBLEM OF CONNECTION MAP

HUA LAMPHONG

LEGENDS CENTRAL WORLD BUS STOP SI LOM

BRT STATION BTS STATION SUKHUMVIT LINE

SALA DAENG

BTS STATION SILOM LINE MRT STATION TRAIN STATION SATHORN

BOAT STATION INTERCHANGE NEARBY

CHONG NONSI

From the analysis we found that the accessibility map “Transportation systems, which are all connected” so, there are comfortable with each choice on a trip to the service users. BTS Skytrain - CentralWorld was located between Chit Lom and Siam Stations. An elevated walkway connects the two stations to facilitate foot traffic. CentralWorld also could be accessed from Gaysorn or BigC Ratchaprasong via pedestrian overpasses. Khlong Saen Saep Express Boat - Pratu Nam pier, about a 5-minute walk

From the analysis we found that the land use map “The surrounding area of Central world plaza are a flooring of commerical and private” and there are a lots of commerical buildings for commerce including not open 24 hours to non - public areas truly. are for the private activities of the commerce as the main beer, concert, show various No space for public activities directly, such as gardening, sports ground, public space so, the people who live in areas and tourist there are no public areas to relax and

CONNECTION “BOTTLE NECKS”

UNCOMFORTABLE WALKING ENVIRONMENTS

NO PROTECTION FROM SUN , RAIN


CONCEPT PLAN

DESIGN PHASE

PERSPECTIVES

LAND USE HISTORY

SHADING PARK

ATTRACTION

CAFE

INTERACTION ZONE

ACTIVITIES ZONE

RELIGION

COVERWAY

FUNCTION :

ACTIVITY CIRCULATION

FUNCTION AND DENSITY

SERVICE TIME

INFRASTRUCTURE

how to make it better ?

CIRCULATION + MOBILITY

“ high potential but lack of users ”

ACCESSIBILITY

THROUGH PASSAGE

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

0.00

12.00

24.00

MASTER PLAN

PARK

LEGEND

Access Circulation

USER ANALYSIS : 1.children 2.older 3.office people 4.worker 5.foriegn 6.visitor 7.student DENSITY : High density on the morning and evening

Linkage

CAFE

CIRCULATION MAP USER ANALYSIS : 1.older 2.office people 3.foriegn 4.visitor 5.student DENSITY : High density on the morning and noon and evening

LEGEND

Access

INTERACTION ZONE

Circulation Linkage

USER ANALYSIS : 1.children 2.older 3.office people 4.worker 5.foriegn 6.student DENSITY : High dentsity on evening after work or study ACTIVITIES ZONE

MATERIAL MAP : SOFTSCAPE LEGEND

Shrub

USER ANALYSIS : 1.children 2.older 3.office people 4.worker 5.foriegn 6.visitor 7.student DENSITY : Depend on events

Water

RELIGION

USER ANALYSIS : 1.children 2.older 3.office people 4.worker 5.foriegn 6.visitor 7.student DENSITY : Low dentsity COVERWAY

MATERIAL MAP : HARDSCAPE LEGEND

Marble Granite Wood

USER ANALYSIS : 1.children 2.older 3.office people 4.worker 5.foriegn 6. visitor 7.student DENSITY : All day ex, night time

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PROJECT 3

DESIGN PHASE

YEAR 2010

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT : DESIGN LAND SUB-DIVISION

CONCEPT

ANALYSIS PHASE

SITE ANALYSIS

“second home”

EXISTING MAP

Feel you can’t find in CBD

the harmonic

“natural” Feel you on the holidays

What is the harmonic ? 1.the harmony of the whole structure: balnce,symmetry,congruity, consonance,mcoordination, compatibility. 2.the villagers live together in harmony:accord,agreement, peace, peacefulness, amity, amicability, friendship.

TARGET GROUP

CONCEPTUAL PLAN

main user official instructor client

In the diagram of the concept plan The harmonic. Focusing on combining housing with open space. Nature will be the main focal point is a virtual node of village and have an area of natural distribution. connected with the buildings.

sub user student shopkeeper engineer sercurity guard worker

ORIENTATION

RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION WAREHOUSE OTHER

Winter monsoon wind

MIXED USE

OCTOBER - FEBRUARY From China

INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RELIGION

sun set sun rise

GOVERNMENT SIT

ACCESSIBILITY MAP

Entrance1 from West: Road surface is concrete. Entrance2 from Southeast: Road surface is concrete. Entrance3 from east: Road surface is non-asphalt.

CIRCULATION MAP

Traffic outside the study area. Accessible by car, motorcycles and trains. Traffic within the study area. Accessible by walk, motorcycles. There is also a public transportation vehicle, such as minibus.

LAND USE MAP

Comprehensive plan, Klong Luang, 2550. Defined as the study area. Use of residential land.

INFRASTRUCTURE MAP

Temple: wat-wayluwanworawihan School: watWayluwan Hospital: thammasat university hospital Train station: chengrak railways station Water system: underground water Electrical system: the provincial electricity authority of prathumtani Waste system: public health and environment division of municipality khlong luang Drainage system: none

SECTION

E

Spring monsoon wind MAY - OCTOBER From Gulf of Thailand

60 % 30 % 15 % 15 % 40 % 20 % 5% 5% 5% 5%


MASTER PLAN DETAIL

CIRCULATION

AREA REQUIREMENT LEGEND ARTERIAL

N

COLLECTOR MINOR

residential commercial school office clubhouse

no. of units 380 Units 1 Units 3 Units 1 Units 3 Units

densities net residential density 15.58 pers./rai gross residential density 8.52 pers./rai

area net residential area 69.57 rai gross res. area 112.43 rai road space 39.28 rai water body 0.64 rai open space and facilities 20.74 rai main park 8.93 rai pocket park 9.26 rai kindergarten 0.75 rai club house 0.75 rai estate office 0.37 rai retail 0.37 rai

net residental area

street and lot layout type of street : concrete consideration : safety

54.70 %

road space

29.35 %

waterbody

0.46 %

aesthetic

economy open space and facilities

15.49 %

convenience

MASTER PLAN LEGEND RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL ESTATE OFFICE CLUBHOUSE

LAND USE

PAVILION KINDERGARDEN

LEGEND

POOL GREEN SPACE

RESIDENTIAL

N

PLOT

COMMERCIAL

CLARIFIER

INFRASTRUCTURE

TREE

SCALE 1:1250

RECREATION EDUCATION

N

O

100

200

METRES

PROJECT NAME THE HARMONIC PROJECT TYPE LARGE-SCALED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT WITH COMMUNITY ACILITIES TARGET GROUP HIGHER MEDIUM INCOME FAMILY (>80,000 bath per month) WORKING IN THE CBD OR NORTHEN SUB-CENTERS TYPE OF HOUSE DETACHED HOUSES WITH PLOTS OF 50,60,70 SQ.WA. PROJECT LOCATION PROJECT SITE IS ON THE NORTH OF CHIANG RAK RAIL STATION LAND AREA 133.81 RAI CONCEPT THE HARMONIC OF BUILDING AND NATURE LANDSCAPE

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PROJECT 4 YEAR 2010

SITE SURVEY

SITE SELECTION 1

URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING : LANDUSE PLANNING 6 5 3

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WAT SAKAE

2 1

2

1.The nature of the area around the water. To promote the activity of cultural tourism in the water. 2.The cultured Various nationalities.The activities within the community is vibrant.Some activities can be promoted to attract tourists. 3.Diersity means to live together in areas such as religious, schools, river-houses.As well as market still have various products. 4.Is an area that has the potential to promote the commercial.To develop to new toursim and commercial services are higher than other surrounding communities.

WAT TAMNAK 3

HISTORY Mueang Sam Khok is an ancient city, first found in the records after the reign of King Boromma Trailokanat. In 1660, a group of Mon people lead by Sming Poe migrated to Ayutthaya because they were suppressed by the Burmese rulership in their homeland. King Narai the Great provided the area of Mueang Sam Khok for them to established new town. Later a further immigration of Mon people to Thailand happened in the reign of King Taksin the Great in 1774 and King Rama II in 1815. Some of them settled at Sam Khok, others moved to Pak Kret, Nonthaburi Province and Phra Pa Daeng, Samut Prakan Province. According to the local history, when King Rama II visited Sam Kok the local Mon people gave him a big quantity of lotus. The king then renamed the city name to be Pathum Thani, meaning City of Lotus. At the same time, the king upgraded the city to be the 3rd class city. King Chulalongkorn changed status of the city to be Amphoe Sam Khok in 1898.

7

5

6

7

WET LAND

PATHUMTHANI MARKET

4

KHLONG BANGTOEI MARKET

SHIPYARD

WAT DOKMAI

TIMELINE & DISTRIBUTION MAP

SWOT ANALYSIS

NUMBER OF TYPES OF AGRICULTURE

POPULATION OF TAMBOL SAM KHOK (2008)

EXISTING PROBLEMS

GET OFF

WORKING

4.00

15.00

Bangtoei market Pathumthani

CUSTOMER

8.00

13.00

Rangsit

9.00

Nawanakhon

9.00

11.00

LAND USE MAP

12.00

Ladlumkaew

COVERWAY MAP ER

8.00

8.30

7.00

17.30

TEMPLE

INFRASTRUCTURE

18.00

N

P AO YA RA RIV ER

18.30

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BA

EI

TO

AD I RO

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NG

TH

AD I RO

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AN

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HU -PAT

EI

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NG

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18.00

HO SAMK

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CH

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17.00

OK

18.00

17.30

7.30

MTH

Ladlumkaew

RIV

18.00

8.30

KH

8.00

SAM

7.30

HU -PAT

7.00 8.30

Bangkok

OK

8.00

KH

8.00

Nawanakhon

BUILDING MATERIALS MAP

YA RA

SAM

17.30

Rangsit

ACCESSIBILITY MAP

ER

17.10 7.30

Pathumthani

17.30

RIV

7.10

Bangtoei market

17.00

P AO

16.30

CH

16.00

YA RA

8.30

P AO

8.00

CH

GET OFF

7.30

COVER WAY

N

BUILDING USE MAP WORKING

7.00

BA

18.30

N

STUDENT

OFFICER

RIV

7.30

NG

17.00 16.45

8.00

Bangkok

LEGEND

RESIDENTIAL

7.00

16.45 7.30

Rangsit

AD I RO

COMERCIAL

16.35 7.00

Pathumthani

EI

TO

LO

KH

LEGEND

LEGEND

17.30

NG

AN

17.00

MTH

16.30

HU

16.00

BA

LO KH

AD I RO

8.00

NG

AN

7.30

EI

TO

NG

MTH

AD I RO AN

7.00

A AY PR AO

HU -PAT

OK

MTH

GET OFF

6.45

Samkhok market

KH

HU -PAT

16.00

WORKING

6.30

16.30

15.30 4.00

-PAT OK KH SAM

16.00

ER RIV

15.30 15.20

3.20

Thai market

SAM

15.00

3.10

Pathumthani

ER

4.30

RIV

4.00

OK KH

3.30

SAM

3.00 Bangtoei market

VENDOR

A AY PR AO

AYA PR AO

GET OFF

WORKING

WATER FLOW MAP

CH

CH

14.00

CH

10.00

N

N

N

12.00

Bangkok

LO

KH

NG

KH

BA

LO

LEGEND

Samkhok market Pathumthani

OFFICIAL

COMERCIAL

GET OFF

WORKING

7.00 Bangtoei market

7.30

8.00

8.30

16.00

16.30

17.00

7.30 8.00

17.00

LEGEND

LEGEND

CONCRETE

RESIDENTIAL

MIX USE

TEMPLE

WOOD

WAREHOUSE

16.45

7.45

17.30

INFRASTRUCTURE

16.35

FIRE EXTINGUISHER


DEVELOPMENT VISION PORT ACTIVE COMMUNITY CENTER

CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM ”

OBJECTIVE

THE GOAL OF THE PROJECT

MASTER PLAN

1. TO MAKE A GOOD AND LIVABLE COMMUNITY 2. TO MAKE A CONSERVATION TOURISM 3. TO MAKE A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY 4. TO MAKE A PORT COMMUNITY

LIVEABLE COMMUNITY

LEGEND

INFRASTRUCTURE TEMPLE PARKING

P AO CH

FIRE EXTINGUISHER TREE

ROAD

COMMUNITY HUB PORT

PHASE 1

OPEN SPACE

SUSTAINABLE MARKET ECONOMY

safety clean quality of life cultural good relations

preservation of traditional ways of life and relationship with water

improve perspective and add the path to community by signage

set up a museum and home stay

restore the market improve the port

promote and conservation of water toursim

Income distribution to people in the market to promote tourism in the market

RESIDENTIAL MIX USE

AN 1 TESSAB

TOURISM CONSERVATION

COMMERCIAL

N

PHASE 2

“ LIVABLE MARKET

YA RA

SCALE 1:2,500

R

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RI

SAM

I

OK

KH

E TO NG

A TH UM TH -PA

G

N LO

BA

KH

NI

PHASE 3

AD RO

focus on the community as a community hubport

AN AB

SS

TE 2

D ROA

AD RO

N3

ABA

TESS

DEVELOPMENT GUILDLINE PRANAKORNSRIAYUTHAYA

TAIKOH

BANGKRABUE

KHLONGKWAI

BAAN-NGIW AMPHUR LARDLUMKAEW

BANGTOEI

BAANPATHUM

LEGEND COMMUNITY CENTER

SAMKHOK CENTER LEGEND COMMUNITY CENTER

SAMKHOK

COMMERCIAL

CHIENGRAKYAI

LEGEND

COMMERCIAL

COMMUNITY CENTER

INDUSTRIAL

COMMERCIAL

RESIDENTIAL

INDUSTRIAL

MIX USE

RESIDENTIAL MIX USE

TEMPLE

INDUSTRIAL

TEMPLE

ARGRICULTURE

RESIDENTIAL

ARGRICULTURE

INFRASTRUCTURE

MIX USE ARGRICULTURE

KRA-CHAENG

INFRASTRUCTURE

SCALE 1:300,000

N

INFRASTRUCTURE

N

N

AMPHURMUENG PRATHUMTHANI 0

5

10

15km

SAMKHOK LAND USE PLAN (NEXT 20 YEARS)

PATHUMTHANI LAND USE PLAN

REGION LAND USE PLAN

Can be seen from the development of land use in 20 years of Sam Khok. When communities have been developed. Found that different communities has increased. But it does not increase rapidly is look like a natural increase. May have occurred along the new community projects that cut new types of housing. It has issued regulations on the use of the land. To prevent extreme growth and prevent the entry of large retail stores.

From the development at the provincial level. Can be seen that the green space that separates the city to the district Samkhok. To prevent the growth of the city came to Sam Khok district. Not to swallow the same city. and to protect the way of life in community along the Chaopraya river.

At the regional level and suburbs of the development community does not think only about land use. But also considered in the transportation network that is connected to the other provinces. The development of community-level, provincial and regional district. All levels are related and continuous development. However, what is vital is the smallest level that is "public". If people and community have a good quality that make development will occur effectively and sustainable.

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ART& DESIGN INFORMATION COMMUNICATION I TYPO IF YOU ONLY DO WHAT YOU KNOW YOU CAN DO, YOU NEVER DO VERY MUCH

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the meaning and Nature of Space as a volume and as a element of design

How we create a outstanding architecture ? an idea is salvation by imagination.

THE SPACE a building occupies and the space within a building are very important in architecture.Understanding how to define one space, enables the overlapping of multiple spaces to explore the variety of spatial zones established in a project. The number of different ways to define a space depends on the clarity of theelements that form the space.

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circulum vitae PORNPROM PIKULKAEW 37/3, Sukhumvit 49 Rd, Soi Promsri 2, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand 10110 Mobile: 0852392332 Email: game_mekung@hotmail.com OBJECTIVE Looking for a career opportunity in Graphic Designer position EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 2007-Current Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Thammasat University (Rangsit Campus), Pathumthani, Thailand Bachelor Degree in Urban Environmental Planning and Development. (B. U.E.P.D.) (completing in March, 2011) 2001-2006 Saint Dominic School High School Diploma, Science-Math Program 1992-2000 Saint Dominic School Elementary and Primary School ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Year 2009 Workshop Participant, Policy Formulation for Urban Development and Conservation of Historical and Cultural Areas in Kyoto WorkMarch shop [Under the collaboration between The College of policy Science, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan and Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand] In history area of Japan the majority of construct is wood inventory that make inflammable. The Japanese has the good preparation for fire, although it never has recording fire cause in the past. The study is about the pattern of the preparation in all prevention Year 2010 February

Field Trip, HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN SINGAPORE Explored in urban development policy in Singapore at Urban Redevelopment Authority and visited Housing Development Board at Toa Payoh community and sightseeing around Singapore City


Year 2011 April

Internship at Urban Architects Co., Ltd. Bangkok, Thailand Working as an urban designer. Training about retouching a render picture and plan by Adobe photoshop and Adobe illustrator, architect planning by Autocad, building model by SketchUp,

PROJECT ASSIGNMENT Year 2007 October

HISTORY of WORLD ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING Working group, My duties are analytical site plan, structure of building and conceptual of Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, France by Le Corbusier. Finally, cut the model of Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, France and presentation for analyses. Year 2008 April

URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP 1 Working group, My duties are collect data in existing condition, land use, building use, accessibility and cut a model at Pathumwan District, Bangkok, Thailand. Learning by doing for knowledge in Urban Planning of inner city in Bangkok and analysis land use in Pathumwan District for example in a case of study. Year 2009 June

URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP 3 From construction Ring Road Project in the study area (km 69, Ring Road, Pathumthani). We study for potential area for our project developing. In Project we have to made layout plan, master plan and regional plan


July

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Working group, My duties are collect data in existing condition, land use, building use, accessibility, mobility and number of vehicles into Thammasat University, Thailand for design guideline the activity space and landscape for students of Thammasat University Year 2010 April

URBAN INTERVENTION [Under the collaboration between The Association of Siamese Architects Under Royal Patronage and Urban Intervention Group Student Faculty of Architecture and Planning Thammasat University] Working Urban Intervention Group, The Project is built playground at Bangbua community, Bangkhen, Bangkok, Thailand by the children in community June

SITE AND URBAN LANDSCAPE PLANNING Working group, My duties are site analysis phase part physical environmental factors and cultural factor, aesthetic factors, design phase and presentation the project at Central World Plaza Ratchaprasong junction, Bangkok, Thailand Analysis and design urban landscape area at Central World Plaza for urban activities. This space can accommodate many functions from cultural activity to human activity so the design concept is THROUGH PASSAGE. As a result steps were designed, and space was divided into 5 zones including Park, Cafe, Interaction zone, Activies zone, Religion.


August

URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP4 (PROJECT 1) Working group, Design Land Sub-Division Project lay out plan at Pathumtani province to make a good profit in project Analysis and design Land Sub-Division Project on more over 1600 square meters area

URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP4 (PROJECT 2) [Under the collaboration between of The Crown Property of Bereau (the landlord of the site) and urban planning students at Faculty of architecture and Planning Thammasat University] Working group, make development guideline form observation and questionnaire by using over lay technique to identify problem area in difference issue. My duties are collecting data by observation and questionnaire, analyzing and identifying problem area and design master plan. Project Baan Man Kong in inner city (Santisuk community) is to make development guideline to upgrade quality of life for the local people.


AWARDS 2009 (October) 2010 (June)

SKILLS Computer:

Transferable:

Language:

Certificate of Achievement 100 Qualified people to join Workshop Cool the World Design Contest 2009 Certificate of Achievement Participant in Urban Intervention Workshop granted by The President of The Association of Siamese Architects under Royal Patronage Adobe illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe indesign, Adobe Flash, Sketch Up Autodesk AutoCAD, Mapinfo, Arcview, SPSS, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) PC and Mac Operating Systems Excellent written and verbal skills Good writing and presentation skills Able to work with autonomy Team player Excellence in listening, and good command in speaking, writing and reading English Excellence in listening, and speaking, writing and reading Thai (Mother tongue)

REFEREES Associate Professor Nipan Vichiennoi, Ph.D. Head of Urban Environmental Planning and Development Program Faculty of Architecture and Planning Thammasat University (Rangsit Campus) Pathumthani, Thailand 12121 T: +66(0)29869605-6 ext. 4007 F: +66(0)29868067 M: +66(0)860507045 Email: nipanvichiannoi@hotmail.com www.arch.tu.ac.th Instructor Rachaniporn Tiempayotorn Department of Urban Planning Faculty of Architecture and Planning Thammasat University (Rangsit Campus) Pathumthani, Thailand 12121 M: +66(0)86064545 Email: rachani.ti@gmail.com www.arch.tu.ac.th


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