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PRAPATSORN LERTLUECHACHAI

Biography

Prapatsorn Lertluechachai is a Thai architect whose interests lie in architectural design, arts, and fabrication technology. In 2013, she received a Bachelor of Architecture degree with second class honors from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, and in 2020 she completed her master’s degree in Architectural Design with distinction from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, UK. Before her study in the UK, she practiced as a professional architect in Thailand in architectural design firms based in Bangkok, which are Design 103 International Ltd, Techa Development Co Ltd, and Design Worldwide Partnership (dwp). Her experiences span multiple types of architecture, including aviation, commercial, and residential projects. Prapatsorn’s architectural methodology is grounded on a multi-disciplinary approach incorporating materiality, digital tools, and site-specific context. She believes that architecture could play a crucial part in responding to human well-being and socio-economic and environmental crisis. This idea is most apparent in her master’s group project - Metaplas: 3D Printed Multi-Polymers. During her undergraduate study, Prapatsorn was awarded First Runner-Up in the design competition for Klong-Sra-Bua Resort & Spa. The project featured the integration of space syntax of traditional Thai architecture and the sufficient facilities for a modern destination resort, responding to the historical and ecological context of the site. ii


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PRAPATSORN LERTLUECHACHAI

Architect

prapatsorn.lert@gmail.com +44 7487 568 529

Education

Work Experience

MArch Architectural Design The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK

2020

Pre-Master’s Certificate in Architecture The Bartlett School of Architecture & The Centre for Languages & International Education, UCL, UK

2019

Bachelor of Architecture Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

2013

Distinction

Academic Research & Reflective Practice 70% Design 66%

Second Class Honors, GPAX 3.47

Recognition First Runner-Up Award: Klong-Sra-Bua Resort & Spa Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

2010

Studio Project Competition, Year 3

Certificate Building Inspector

2016

Thai’s Rating of Energy and Environmental Sustainability Associate (TREES-A)

2014

Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Thai Green Building Institute, Bangkok, Thailand

Skills Computation

Revit Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . Advanced Rhinoceros & Grasshopper . . . .Advanced AutoCAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Advanced SketchUp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Intermidiate V-ray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intermidiate Enscape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Intermidiate Adobe Illustrator . . . . . . . . . . . . .Intermidiate Adobe Photoshop . . . . . . . . . . . .Intermidiate Adobe After Effects . . . . . . . . . . .Intermidiate Adobe InDesign . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Intermidiate Maya . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Novice

Fabrication

3D-Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Advance Laser Cutting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intermediate Robotic Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Novice

Professional Architect under Architect Council of Thailand Associate No. 16681

License

Architect dwp (Design Worldwide Partnership) Bangkok, Thailand

2018

● Develop architectural design from a given design concept through to final design documentation. ● Review site condition and constraints. ● Source out and select all materials and suppliers. ● Coordinate architectural design with other consultants including engineers. ● Provide details and produce drawing works.

Freelance Architect Bangkok, Thailand

2017-2018

Architect Techa Development Co., Ltd. Bangkok, Thailand

2014-2017

Junior Architect Design 103 International Ltd. Bangkok, Thailand

2013-2014

● Consult with clients to determine the project’s need. ● Compile data for architectural design. ● Review site condition and constraints. ● Develop architectural design from a given design concept through to final design documentation. ● Source out and select all materials and suppliers. ● Coordinate architectural design with engineers. ● Provide details and produce drawing works ● Keep the projects within budgets and timelines. ● Inspect construction site, solve conflicts, and incorporate modification.

● Assist with the contract agreement. ● Consult with clients to determine the project’s need. ● Compile data for architectural design. ● Review site condition and constraints. ● Develop architectural design from a given design concept through to final design documentation. ● Source out and select all materials and suppliers. ● Coordinate architectural design with engineers. ● Provide details and produce drawing works ● Keep the projects within budgets and timelines. ● Inspect construction site, solve conflicts, and incorporate modification.

● Assist with the design project in compiling data for architectural design. ● Coordinate architectural design with engineers. ● Assist with providing details and drawing works. iv


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Selected Work

Academic Projects Metaplas: 3D Printed Multi-Polymers

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Khong-Chi-Mun River Basin Museum

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Makkasan Complex

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Klong-Sra-Bua Resort & Spa

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London, United Kingdom MArch Thesis

Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand BArch Thesis

Bangkok, Thailand BArch Pre-Thesis

Ayutthaya, Thailand BArch Year 3

Professional Projects Four-Star Hotel Vientiane

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Warin House

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Vientiane, Laos dwp

Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand Freelance Architect

Pahonyothin House

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Satellite Terminal 1

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Bangkok, Thailand Techa Development Co., Ltd.

Bangkok, Thailand Design 103 International Ltd.

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Euston Station (Google Earth, 2020)


METAPLAS

3D Printed Multi-Polymers Year 2019 | Academic Project: Master Thesis Design Team 1. Betty Chavez Angeles 2. Marwah Osama 3. Prapatsorn Lertluechachai 4. Wisnu Hardiansyah Responsibility Material Research Fabrication Strategy Design Concept Prototyping Supervisor RC8 1. Kostas Grigoriadis 2. Martina Rosati Location Euston Station, London, United Kingdom Site Area 33,000 sq.m. Building Area 11,206 sq.m. Finish Date 14th September 2020


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Project Brief

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Multi-Materiality

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Architectural Scenario: Euston Station

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the structure and atmospherical conditions through light. This pro to question and transform current established modus operand industry under an ecological, equitable and economical perspecti Design Approach

1.1 MULTI-MATERIALITY : MULTI

1.1 Multi-Materiality: Multi-Plastics

Continuity in architecture through the gr the structural integrity of the buildin mechanical joints and optimise material

Continuity in architecture through the gradient of materials could improve the structural integrity of the building by eliminating conventional mechanical joints and optimise material use.

1.2 FOLDING STRATEGY : GEOME

1.2 Folding Strategy: Geometric Folds

By using geometric folds, we can create continuous and flexible spaces and improve the structural performance of building enclosure without having substructure.

By using geometric folds, we can creat and improve the structural performanc having substructure.

1.3 LIGHTING STRATEGY : PATTE

1.3 Lighting Strategy: Pattern & Colour

By controlling the light through the pattern and colour of the building enclosure, we can achieve the desired lighting quality for interior spaces with a passive mechanism which saves energy and interacts with the local environmental conditions.

By controlling the light through the pa enclosure, we can achieve the desired li with a passive mechanism which saves e environmental conditions.

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Decentralised Production Strategy A decentralised network distributes workloads among several production facilities, instead of relying on a single central production facility. A decentralised network offers a wide rangeDECENTRALISED of benefits PRODUCTION over the more conventional centralised network, including increased A LOCAL MArch/Architectural Design - RC 8 system reliability, scale, and capacity. This type of network is more related to local communities. It allows the project to affect the economic dynamics of the area, potentiating its A LOCAL DECENTRALISED PRODUCTION impact on the people and the surroundings. MArch/Architectural Design - RC 8

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A LOCAL DECENTRALISED PRODUCTION

A decentralised network distributes workloads among several production facilities, instead of relying on a single Decentralised Network: central production facility. A decentralised network offers a wide range of benefits over the more conventional File-To-Factory Decentralised Supply A decentralised network distributes workloads among severalnetwork, production facilities, instead of relying on a scale, singleand central production facility. It offers a centralised including increased system reliability, capacity. Chain Network: A decentralised network distributes workloads among several production facilities, instead of relying on a single Decentralised This type of network is more related to local communities. It allows the project affect the activites, economicand dynamics wide range of benefits over the more conventional centralised network, including increased system reliability, promoting localtoeconomic central production facility. A decentralised network offers a wide range of benefits over the more conventional File-To-Factory Decentralised Supply of theoverall area, potentiating impact onon thelocal people and surroundings. reducing energy use its bysystem focusing resources. centralised network, including increased reliability, scale, and the capacity. Chain This type of network is more related to local communities. It allows the project to affect the economic dynamics of the area, potentiating its impact on the people and the surroundings.

Decentralised Network: File-To-Factory Decentralised Supply Chain

A decentralised network distributes workloads among several production facilities, instead of relying on a single central production facility. A decentralised network offers a wide range of benefits over the more conventional centralised network, including increased system reliability, scale, and capacity. This type of network is more related to local communities. It allows the project to affect the economic dynamics of the area, potentiating its impact on the people and the surroundings.

LOCAL MATERIAL RESOURCES.

Local Material Resources LOCAL MATERIAL RESOURCES.

shipping short distances to the processing sites. shipping short distances to the processing sites. Transportation Short-Distance LOCAL MATERIAL RESOURCES. DECENTRALISED FACTORIES OPERATED BY REDUCED AMOUNT DECENTRALISED FACTORIES OF OPERATORS OPERATED BY REDUCED AMOUNT shipping short distances to the Economic impactFaciliites affects the OF OPERATORS Decentralised Production processing sites. inmediate locality Economic impact affects the inmediate locality DECENTRALISED FACTORIES OPERATED BY REDUCED AMOUNT OF OPERATORS 3D PRINTING

Additive Manufacturing Economic impact affects the 3D PRINTING inmediate locality

SHIPPED TO CONSTRUCTION SITE SHIPPED TO CONSTRUCTION FOR ASSEMBLYSITE

3D PRINTING On-Site Assembly FOR ASSEMBLY

Decentralised network from Paul Decentralised network diagram from diagram Paul Baran’s research, titled Decentralised network diagram from Paul Baran’s research, titled ‘On Baran’s Distributedresearch, Communications: to Distributed titledIntroduction ‘On Distributed Com‘On Distributed Communications: Introduction to Distributed Communications Networks’ (1964, p.2) Introduction to Distributed Communicationsmunications: Networks’ (1964, p.2) Communications Networks’ (1964, p.2)

Decentralised network diagram from Paul Baran’s research, titled ‘On Distributed Communications: Introduction to Distributed Communications Networks’ (1964, p.2) 16

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Project Objective

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ECOLOGY Ecology

ECOLOGY

Lowered asembedded eneregy Lowered embedded eneregy transportation is as transportation is thereby also as reducing cost. Thinking in is a minimised, thereLowered embedded eneregy minimised, thereby alsominimised, reducing cost. Thinking in transportation a holistic way, towardsbegins a circular economy, begins by holistic way, towards a circular economy, by by also reducing cost.theTowards a circular economy, begins by conmaterial ecology through the sourcing considering the materialconsidering ecology through the sourcing ofmaterials. recycled/recyclable Ecology also the material ecology through the can sourcing of recycled/reof sidering recycled/recyclable Ecology canmaterials. also be targeted adaptive and mass-customised be targeted through adaptive and through mass-customised cyclable materials. Ecology can also be targeted through adaptive solutions where ecological parameters such as climate solutions where ecological parameters such as climate and site conditions are integrated. mass-customised solutions where ecological parameters such andand site conditions are integrated.

as climate and site conditions are integrated. Equity

EQUITY

EQUITY

A fairer marketfairer formarket smaller factories is encouraged. Equity can also for smaller factories is encouraged. Equity A fairer market for smallerA factories is encouraged. Equity can also be the addressed in terms in terms of the ecosystem and and our environment by canbe also addressed be addressed in terms of ecosystem and of the ecosystem our environment by ensuring that the material does not our environment by ensuring that the material does not ensuring thatfurther the material does not environment. further damage our already damage our already precarious further damage our already precarious environment. precarious environment. Local Economy

LOCAL ECONOMY LOCAL ECONOMY

The local economy is boosted and the over reliance on global The local boosted The local economy is boosted andeconomy the overisreliance onand the over reliance on global is the reduced; thus, the availing the economic displacement and markets reduced; thus, availing economic global markets is is reduced; thus,markets availing economic displacement and polarisaiton. displacement and polarisaiton. polarisaiton.

Additive Manufacturing

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

Continuous systems can be achieved through gradients, thereby

be achieved through gradients, Continuous systems can Continuous be achievedsystems throughcan gradients, thereby eliminating weakUninterrupted transitions. Uninterrupted thereby eliminating weak transitions. Uninterrupted eliminating weak transitions. material distributions can also lead to a more perfomative material distributions canmaterial also leaddistributions to a more perfomative can also lead to a more perfomative form where form where rigidity /flexibility, opacity/translucency can rigidity /flexibility, form where rigidity /flexibility, opacity/translucency can distributed added structure and overall be carefully distributed be for carefully added structure andfor overall opacity/translucency can be carefully distributed for added strucefficiency. efficiency.

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Material Test: Compatibility & Foldability

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Bending Test

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PLA 25% + TPU 75% PLA NaturalClear Clear PLA Natural

PLA Natural Clear Baked PLA PLA Natural Natural Clear Clear

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5. Sample 08: TPU 100% + PLA 0% 6. Sample 09: TPU 75% + PLA 25% 7. Sample 10: TPU 50% + PLA 50% 7. Sample 11: TPU 25% + PLA 75% 9. Sample 5. Sample 08: TPU 100% + PLA12: 0%TPU 0% + PLA 100% 6. Sample 09: 5. 08: TPU 75% 100%++PLA PLA25% 0% 5. Sample 08: TPU 100% + PLA 0% 7. Sample 09: 10: TPU 75% 50% + PLA 25% 50% 6. 6. Sample 09: TPU 75% + PLA 25% 11: TPU 50% 25% + PLA 50% 75% 7.5 Sample 10: 7.5 Sample 10: TPU 50% + PLA 50% 9. Sample 11: 12: TPU 25% 0% ++PLA 7. PLA100% 75% 7. Sample 11: TPU 25% + PLA 75% 9. Sample 12: TPU 0% + PLA 100% 9. Sample 12: TPU 0% + PLA 100%

Sample 07 TPU 50% + PLA 50%

PLA 50% + TPU 50%

In order to find another alternative material which can substitue the 3D-printed polymer sheet and silicone casting sheet, we found the potential lies in the mixture of rigid and and flexible 3D-printing filaments which are PLA and TPU. The PLA and TPU filaments are cut and mixed in the silicone mold, then baked in the oven at 210°C for 20 minutes. The result show that PLA and TPU could be mixed and the bound between two materials are quite strong. In order to find another alternative material which can substitue the 3D-printed polymer sheet and silicone 08 casting sheet, we found Sample the potential lies in the mixture of rigid and and flexible 3D-printing filamentssilicone which In alternative material In order order to to find find another another alternative material which which can can substitue substitue the the 3D-printed 3D-printed polymer polymer sheet sheet and and silicone TPU + PLA are PLA and TPU. The25% PLA and75% TPU filaments are cut and mixed in the and silicone mold, then baked in the oven at casting casting sheet, sheet,8 we we found found the the potential potential lies lies in in the the mixture mixture of of rigid rigid and and and flexible flexible 3D-printing 3D-printing filaments filaments which which 210°C for 20 TPU. minutes. The resultTPU show that PLA and TPU could beinmixed and the bound between in two materials are The are PLA PLA and and TPU. The PLA PLA and and TPU filaments filaments are are cut cut and and mixed mixed in the the silicone silicone mold, mold, then then baked baked in the the oven oven at at 8 are quite strong. 210°C 210°C for for 20 20 minutes. minutes. The The result result show show that that PLA PLA and and TPU TPU could could be be mixed mixed and and the the bound bound between between two two materials materials are quite strong. are quite strong.

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3D-Printed Foldable Panel

3D-PRINTED FOLDABLE PANEL

The prototype of 3D-printed foldble panel based on PLA-TPU gradient is achieved through multi-material 3D printing. MArch/Architectural Design - RC 8

3D-PRINTED FOLDABLE PANEL

Valley Fold Valley Fold Mountain Fold Mountain Fold

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Folded surface covering 50% of - Sample 19 original surface Folded surface coveringflat 50% of original flat surface

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Convex Position

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CONCAVE POSSITION CONCAVE POSSITION

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CONCAVE POSSITION

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Digital Folds Following the observed characteristics according to the structural behaviour, we decided to apply the concave and convex deformation to respond to the structural analysis logics. Starting with athe deformation of the original mesh in ato concave and convex direction and to apply the concave Following Following characteristics the observedaccording characteristics theaccording structuralto behaviour, the structural we decided behaviour, to apply we decided the concave Digital application Digitalof application the foldingoflogic folding logic the observed and convex deformation convex to respond deformation the tofaces structural respondand to analysis the the structural logics. Starting analysiswith logics. a deformation Starting withofathe deformation original of the original build a relationship between theanddistance of to the projection of the vertex in mesh in a concave mesh and in convex a concave direction and convex and build direction a relationship and buildbetween a relationship the distance between of the faces distance andofthe the faces and the between. projection of theprojection vertex in between. of the vertex in between.

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Basic Enclosure

Pattern Generating and Digital Folds

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Folding Control System

1. Structural Analysis on Mesh with Generated Pattern

2. Delimitation of Structural Region

3. Faces based on Structural Region to be Connected with Cables

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Micropattern Generation

1. Layered Grid with Scattered Point Distribution

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Euston Station Design Approach As stated previously, Euston Station is an architectural scenario in this project. To improve the connectivity with surroundings and the directionality within the station, the circulation-based design is applied to the station design. The paths between platforms and exits are generated by the shortest-walk algorithm and simplified by wet wool logic.

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Programme Distribution & Directional Ground Pattern The programme distribution is generated by evolutionary algorithm where the seeds represent different space requirements. As the iteration increases, the seeds will adjust themselves as closes as possible to the space syntax analysis where passenger services, such as cafés and shops, are defined to be as close as possible to crowded area. On the other hand, the ground pattern are generated by using the shortest-walk algorithm in order to indicate the directionality.

Programme Distribution

1. Subdivide the boundary lines and paths.

2. Populate ramdom seeds to create micor pattern.

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Enclosure Generation After the programme requirements and space boundaries are defined, the enclosure is generated by applying folding and micropattern algorithms to the initial mesh. Moreover, the semiotic lighting through transparent panels is applied along the primary path, allowing for natural light to infiltrate the indoor spaces and become centre of orientation for the passengers.

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Sunset at Khong River (P. Lertluechachai, 2012)


Khong-Chi-Mun River Basin Museum Year 2012 | Academic Project: Thesis Year 5 Design Team Prapatsorn Lertluechachai (Individual) Responsibility Project Proposal Research & Analysis Design Concept Architectural Design Supervisor 1. Assoc. Prof. Tipsuda Patumanon 2. Prof. Lersom Sthapitanonda 3. Asst. Prof. Pirasri Povatong 4. Dr. Phamornthep Amornvanichkij 5. Asst. Prof. Waricha Wongphyat Location Khongchiam, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand Site Area 21,274 sq.m. Building Area 12,720 sq.m. Finish Date 25th February 2013


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The Confluence - Emergnece of Northest Thailand

Confluence: Khong + Mun (P. Lertluechachai, 2012)

Rivers have played important roles in human’s settlement and development since ancient time. Similary to the rivers in the Northeast region of Thailand, the three main rivers, namely Khong, Chi, and Mun, have been the root of the Northeasterners’ lives and culture for generations. As an architect who was born and raised there, I have witnessed the unrevealed history and the unique cultures emerging along both sides of these winding rivers. In this occasion, I would like to dedicate my thesis project to promote the story of my hometown and to raise the awareness of the indispensability between the three rivers and the local people. “Khong is copper; Mun is blue.” is a well-known quote describing the characteristic of the confluence called Two-color River where Mun River meets Khong River. This beautiful scenery makes perfect location for Khong-Chi-Mun River Basin Museum to absorb the strongest sense of Thailand’s Northeast region.

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Context

1. Tham Khoo Ha Temple

2. Fresh Food Market

3. Traditional Houses

4. River Cruise

5. Floating Restaurant

6. Khongchiam Temple

7. Local Shipyard

8. Garden Resort & Restaurant

Beautiful white temple located on the top of the hill provides high angle view of the Two-colour River.

Traditional houses are local vernacular architecture of Thailand’s Northeastern region.

Having special meals on floating raft is one of the highlight activities.

The shipyard provides ships and maintenance for mariners.

Delicious local cuisines can be found in the fresh market. Open daily in the morning.

There are local boats providing cruise along Khong River or crossing to Laos.

Take a closer look of the Two-color River at Khongchiam Temple.

Have a good stay or delicious meals here!

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Existing Economic Activities The strategy of this design is not only to achieve architectural aspect, but also social aspect. As shown in existing tourist route, tourists only visit the attractions in the upper part of the community and return using the same path without exploring further in the lower part. Thus, there are some attractions left unseen.

2 3 2 1 5

Existing Economic Activities Tourist Route

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4

01 Fresh Food Market 02 Floating Restaurant 03 River Criuse 04 Khongchiam Temple 05 Garden Resort & Restaurant


Expecting Economic Activities To reunite the upper part and the lower part of the community, the tourist route needs to be encircled. With Khong-Chi-Mun River Basin Museum provided as a “New Node” in the lower part, a complete loop of route can be formed and the unrevealed attractions can emerge as shown in the expecting tourist route.

2 3 2 1

6

6 4

5 7

Existing Economic Activities Expecting Economic Activities Tourist Route

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01 Fresh Food Market 02 Floating Restaurant 03 River Criuse 04 Khongchiam Temple 05 Garden Resort & Restaurant 06 Traditional House 07 Local Shipyard 08 Khong-Chi-Mun River Basin Museum

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Warinchamrap: Chi meets Mun

Thailand

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Ubon Ratchathani

The province where three rivers meet.

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Khongchiam Distr

The district where Mun meets Khong River. It is fa for Pha Taem National Pa the first sunrise view po Thailand.

Tham Khoo Ha Temple

Floating Restaurant

River Cruise

Traditional Houses Fresh-Food Market

TO U Garden Resort & Restaurant

Natural Reserved Area

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Local Shipyard

MUN RIVE 39


LAOS

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Thung Na Muang Waterfall

Sang Chan Waterfall Soi Sawan Waterfall

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Natural Vortex K M

KHONG RIVER

Khongchiam Subdistrict

This is the starting point of travelling route to the famous Pha Taem National Park. It has breathtaking scenery and community of local life which mainly depend on the two rivers: Khong and Mun. This site has the most potential due to active tourist route and the two-color river view point.

Floating Restaurant

ER

Community

Khongchiam Temple History & Culture

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Site

Khong-Chi-Mun River Basin Museum

Two-Colour River

Programme Requirement

Museum & Library River View Point Retails

Tourists

Local Product

Restaurant Local Cuisine

The programmes are the integration of the needs of community and tourist facilities. The permanent exhibition of the museum aims to provide cultural and historical adventure for tourists, prompting them for the Northeastern culture, while retails and restaurant help promote local product and cuisine boosting up business activities in the community.

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Process Diagram

M

01

C

K

02

Extrude building mass on site.

Divide building mass into three sections by applying different height.

Khong River

03

Apply curve to create focal point to Khong River.

04

Apply curve to create space between halls and view point of Mun River.

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05

Create open space for the entry on both sides.

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06

Connect the central area to create reception and bridge the two halls to create court and viewing point.


Structural Diagram

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Structural Truss Structural Column Roof

Structural Framing

Structural Grid

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TwelveMiddle Chi River Geographical Importance

3 Khong River View Point

R FLOO

3

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Khong River Borderline & Thai-Laos Relationship

Traditional Boat Craft

Historical Antiquity Found in Khong River

3

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International Khong River

2

Royal Project Fo in Lower North

R2

FLOO

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Religion Belief Related to Khong River

Biodiversity of Khong River

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Programme Area

Khong Exhibition Hall

Chi Exhibition Hall

Mun Exhibition Hall OUT

IN

Naga Fire Rocket Festival: Belief & Innovation

3

Hall & Entry

Permanet Exhibition 1,670 sq.m. Temporary Exhibition 930 sq.m. 17% Office 660 sq.m. 12% Storage 455 sq.m. 8% Cafe 200 sq.m. 6% Library 890 sq.m. 16% 9% MEP 500 sq.m.

oundation heast Region

31%

Floor Plan

8 Lower Northeastern Famous Candle Festivals

Development of Agriculture in Northeast Region

11

cal Evidence ng the Bank of Mun River

1. Reception 2. Mun River Permanent Exhibition 3. Chi River Permanent Exhibition 4. Khong River Permanent Exhibition 5. Souvenir Shop 6. Temporary Exhibition 7. Restaurant & Cafe 8. Library 9. Office 10. Storage 11. MEP

BASEMENT

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West Elevation

The entrance leads to reception hall which is the center of the building and represent junction of three exhibition halls. It also provides shortcut for the exhibition route and souvenir shop of local product. Temporary exhibition is also visible from the entrance so that it can promote itself with the current event.

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South Elevation

From front view, the design clearly represents three rivers: Khong, Chi, Mun. Each exhibition hall reflects different characteristic in terms of material and shape but shares mutual curvy form of flowing rivers.

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North Elevation

Khong River Exhibition Hall in the north of the building is elevated to provide view of Khong River in the distance. The view point is considered key element of Khong exhibition because it connects visitors to the river front life and boost enthusiasm to further explore the story of Khong River.

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East Elevation

Mun River Exhibition Hall opens to Mun River in the east. The view integrates the exhibition display and the real-life display of flowing Mun River which plays significant role to the improvement of lower Norteast Region. The museum can be seen from the Mun River cruise.

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Airport Rail Link (P. Lertluechachai, 2012)


Makkasan Complex

Shopping Mall & Office Building Year 2012 | Academic Project: Pre-Thesis Year 5 Design Team Prapatsorn Lertluechachai (Individual) Responsibility Project Proposal Research & Analysis Fesibility Study Architectural Design Supervisor Assoc. Prof. Triwat Viryasiri Location Bangkok, Thailand Site Area 11,732 sq.m. Building Area 77,577 sq.m. Finish Date 10th September 2012


Masterplan + Context

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Office Building 01

Office Building 02

Office Building 03

Parking Building

Residential Building 01

Residential Building 02

Commercial Building 01

Commercial Building 02


Location + Access

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Makkasan station, the largest station on Airport Rail Link, is envisioned as a city’s new junction where passengers can connect to other public transportations. The regeneration of Makkasan as a new central business district was developed to offer diverse accommodations, shopping centres, and work destinations. The regeneration model with various choices of building type and site was given to the students and allowed them to develop architectural project based on the selected site according to their interest. In this occation, I decided on the ‘Commercial Building 01’, and developed the project into a shopping mall and office building to create architecture that supported the growth of the city along with outdoor space design that complied with overall masterplan.

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Business Districts in Bangkok

BTS Skytrain MRT (Underground) Airport Rail Link

Airport Rail Link (P. Lertluechachai, 2012)

Existing Business District New Business District


Programme Area 35%

Rental Office Space

34%

23%

Retails

Shopping Mall 6%

Department Store

2%

31%

Supermarket

Parking

3%

Food Court

Note: Parking area requires 525 Lots according to Thai Building Regulations.

Site Details

Site Area Buildable Area Open Space 30%

11,732 sq.m. 82,124 sq.m. 3,520 sq.m.

Programme Area Rental Office Space Shopping Mall Retails Department Store Supermarket Food Court Parking

27,000 sq.m. 26,527 sq.m. 17,677 sq.m. 5,120 sq.m. 1,280 sq.m. 2,450 sq.m. 2,450 sq.m.

According to Bangkok’s mass transit route, there are many business districts along BTS and MRT lines. However, the area along Airport Rail Link is still in it’s embryonic state of growth. Now that the infrastructure of the city is completed, it’s time to provide new hub to support the emerging business district. The design aims to balance the generous outdoor environment of public plaza and maximum usage area of rental office and extravagant shopping mall.

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Design Process Setback & FAR Three sides of the project is regulated by road setback. Therefore, the building is pushed to maximum FAR within buildable area.

Tower Orientation The tower is rotated to face center node of masterplan and conform to other buildings. Rotation prevents all sides of tower from strong direct sunlight.

E

W

Positive & Negative Space Building curves create different spaces: positive space - looking out from inside, negative space - looking in from outside.

Recreation Area Gradation of the podium allows building to merge with surrounding and creates outdoor recreation area in various permeable spaces.

From Airport Rail Link From Road

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Building Access & Fire Escape Route

Fire Escape Route

The road access is in the back of the building in order to leave the front area to be a public space and gathering in case of an emergency. Another access to the building is through skywalk which connects to the Makkasan Sation.

ing

Drop-off

Underground Parking

rk Pa

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Section

Retails Rental Office MEP Parking Fire Escape

Retails

1 Tenant

MEP

2 Tenants

Rental Office

4 Tenants

Parking

MEP

Airport Rail Link

Skywalk

The podium of the building is a shopping mall with extensive skylight while the tower is rental office available for one to four tenants per floor. The rooftop also provides helipad escape in case of emergency.

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Plan B2 | Parking | MEP

G | Supermarket | Food Court

F3 | Retails

| Department Store

F5 | Restaurants

| Department Store

B1 | Parking | MEP

F2 | Retails

| Department Store

F4 | Retails

| Department Store

F7-21 | Office Space

F22 | Roof Deck | MEP

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Interior Space: Retails and Department Store

A large atrium allows the natural light into lower floors and people to see the retails on different floors. 64


SKYWALK

65 OFFICE BUILDING

PARKING BUILDING


S MALL & OFFICE BUILDING

IL RT RA

AIRPO

LINK

Makkasan: New Central Business District

Looking into a future, a commercial buildings will play an important role in supporting business growth with maximized usage area while balancing a healthy outdoor public space to maintain the environment quality of the city. 66


Klong-Sra-Bua (P. Lertluechachai, 2010)


Klong-Sra-Bua Resort & Spa Year 2010 | Academic Project: Year 3 Design Team Prapatsorn Lertluechachai (Individual) Responsibility Research & Analysis Architectural Design Supervisor Suparerk Manlikaman Location Ayutthaya, Thailand Site Area 30,282 sq.m. Building Area 8,340 sq.m. Finish Date 13 September 2010 rd


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Klong-Sra-Bua Resort

The site location is considere for vacational resort and spa rounded by historical sites an ing market. The surrounding scenery, presence of history, a tural activites for visitors.

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Historical Context

(Lumplee Subdistrict Administrative Organization, 2014)

1. Prayaman Temple

The ruin of Prayaman Temple is one of the national historical sites considered as a potential view of the site

(Ayutthaya Station, 2019)

3. Chong-Klom Temple

A little further to the south, located Chong-Klom Temple. The ruin consists of a pagosa and a temple base.

Site (P. Lertluechachai, 2010)

(Ayutthaya Station, 2019)

2. Pra-Sart Temple

Pra-sart Temple is located in the southwest of the site. Though the remain is almost completely ruined, it is considered an important historical site.

(P. Lertluechachai, 2010)

4. Klong-Sra-Bua Floating Market

It is famous for the folklore performance on a stage located in the middle of lotus pond and Ayutthaya delicious cuisine.


The project “Klong-Sra-Bua Resort and Spa” is located in Ayutthaya, Thailand’s former capital city and the center of the remaining traditional Thai culture. Although the location is outside of Ayutthaya Historical Park, the site is surrounded by ruins of old temples, a prosperous Klong-Sra-Bua Floating Market, and local rice fields. These neighborhoods represent Thai history and a living tradition that substantially remains in the area. The project aims to embrace the historical context into the design to create an exclusive expericence of immersing oneself in the peacefulness of Thai living space. As traditional Thai space has a strong relation with nature, including geographical features and local plants, it is essential to take into account the existing trees and water reserve pond and make the most use of them to reconnect humans and the natural world. Not only will this ease the mind of the residents who seek a serenity shelter from the disrupted world, but it also provides a new way of interacting with nature through cultural activities based on Thai traditions. Some examples of these activities are seasonal rice farming, herb products making, local fishing, and cruising on traditional Thai boats. As Klong-Sra-Bua Resort and Spa aims to be a destination resort, the necessities for a comfortable living condition has to be met. The design also implements Thai space syntax with other requirements such as a reception hall, restaurants, sport cetre, spa house, and back of house services, leading to the overall harmony in architecture and masterplan.

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Dwelling in Thainess To regain life of the remaining traditional Thai culture in Ayutthaya, three types of conventional Thai settlement, which are high plain settlement, riverside settlement, and alluvial plain settlement, are applied to the resort residential layout. Each has unique characteristic which complies with different types of residential units or villas. Moreover, the design principle of Thai House is applied to the design to create vernacular architecture which complies with local climate and surrounding.

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Alluvial Plain Settlement

Samanea saman

is a group of single house spreading far from each other and surrounded by private agriculture. This layout provides best distance between each unit which is suited for Deluxe villa. Moreover, the loose cluster also provides broad view for all villas.

D.longissima Schum D.rheedii Seem.

is located along side of the river. This concept is applied to Superior villa layout in order to make use of the existing pond to create river view and activities such as local fish feeding, boat rowing, and aquatic plants sightseeing.

Indian Cork

Burmese rosewood

Bushwillows

is a group of residential units located on the higher ground surrounded by lower ground’s agriculture field. This characteristic is applied to Standard villa layout and the surrounding is provided with diverse tropical trees as substitution for agriculture field.

Riverside Settlement

Madras Thorn

High Plain Settlement


Space Syntax High Gable Roof for Ventilation

2A

A

2A

2A

Sun Shading

2A

Outdoor Terrace

Raised Floor

Vernacular Adaptation

Conventional vernacular concept of Thai house is adopted to the design.

A

Thai Rhythm

Proportion & Rhythm is concerned in the design to create Thai space.

Functional Order

Hierarchy & Order of Thai space is applied to the design compound.

REFERENCE: Jongjairak, Ruetai. (1996). Reuan-tai-derm. 2nd ed. Bangkok, The Association of Siamese Architects, pp.5-45. Sport Center & Spa

Residential Route

Preserved Trees & Pond

Restaurant Reception Hall

Service Cluster Service Route

+

Deluxe Villa

Fill

Superior Villa Standard Villa

Concept Layout

Cut

Layout

Trees & Rice Field

Circulation Diagram

Natural Context

Pandanus palm

Bamboo

Papyrus

There are diversity of the existing plants in the area. The significant trees are preserved as well as aqua-tic plants such as water lilly and papyrus in order to maintain the natural surrounding and merge the design into tropical ecosystem like how the Thais lived in old times.

Water Lilly

Natural Diversity

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2

1

4

IN OUT

BR Main Restaurant Main Kitchen Toilets

1. Standard Villa

Housekeeper & Laundary

Reception Office GEN EE

BR

Kitchen Storage

Private Pool

DN BR2

DN BR1

Pump

Reception Lobby Shops

Water Treat.

General Office

Toilets Security

Manager Office

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2. Superior Villa

3. Deluxe Villa

4. Reception Lobby

5. Service Cluster


6

3

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5

Linen Storage Changing Room

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Fitness Centre

r .

Restaurant

Female Shower

Swimming Pool

Toilets

Spa Unit B

Soiled Linen Storage

Toilets

Spa Lounge

Spa Unit B Salon

Outdoor Dining Spa Unit A

First Aid Male Shower

Spa Unit A

Toilets Spa Unit A

6. Sport Centre

7. Specialty Restaurant

Spa Unit A

8. Traditional Thai Spa

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The House of Ayutthaya

The design embraces the concept of conventional Thai house compound and reflects in contemporary design with usage adjustment. The reception lobby represents the living chamber of Thai house compound which is used for greeting guests while shops and restaurant replace the bedchambers. With this adapted concept, visitors will be welcomed with Thainess at first sight. 78


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The Venice of the East

Ayutthaya is renowned as the center of rice and water enrichment as called “The Venice of the East”. Since located in such city, the design has conformed to its location and reversed back the time to when Thainess is present. Aside from contemporary Thai architecture, natural elements such as lotus pond, rice field, and tropical trees are also an important part of the planning to achieve historical and cultural environment. 80


Rendering of Four-Star Hotel, Vientiane, Laos (dwp, 2019)


Four-Star Hotel Vientiane, Laos Year 2018| Professional Project Position Architect | dwp Design Team Design Director: John Stenton Associate Design Director: Waralak Thongsrikate Senior Architect: Gunpavit Kasemsap Architect: Prapatsorn Lertluechachai Junior Architect: Rachaya Wattanasirichaigoon Responsibility Regulation Review Schematic Design Engineer Meinhardt (Thailand) Ltd. Client ONYX Hospitality Group Location Vientiane, Laos Site Area 7,587 sq.m. Building Area 26,987 sq.m. Finish Date -


Schematic Interior View

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Schematic Design Drawing A

C

A301

B

A303

8

7

A302

FFL -2,150

9 10

UNIFORM 28 m²

FLOWER ROOM 28 m²

RECYCLE 26 m²

WASTE WATER TREATMENT 155 m²

DRY GARBAGE 29 m²

WET GARBAGE 27 m²

5-1

5

5-1

10

FIRE LOBBY 22 m²

3 RECEIVING 27 m²

1

9

4

INTERVIEW ROOM 23 m²

SL-1, SL-2

STORAGE 4 m²

EE 9 m²

11

SL-1, SL-2 20 m² 1

SECURITY 24 m²

CORRIDOR 267 m²

PUMP ROOM & HOT WATER PLANT 293 m²

A016

TOILET 4 m²

ST-1 23 m²

12

SERVICE CORRIDOR 52 m²

1

A402

A-1

13

B

FINANCE 66 m²

B

CLINIC 23 m²

PL-1,PL-2

MEP 6 m²

MOTORBIKE PARKING 356 m²

PL-3,PL-4

PL-1,PL-2 17 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE STUDIO 46 m²

FCL -2,150

HOUSE KEEPING 54 m²

C

LIFT FOYER 20 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 47 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

MEP 5 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m² DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 47 m²

CORRIDOR 151 m²

D

ENGINEERING OFFICE 134 m²

EXHAUST FAN ROOM 54 m²

HOUSE KEEPING 46 m²

PL-3,PL-4 17 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 45 m²

S&M 55 m² ST-2 21 m²

8

6

5

13

FFL -2,000

SOIL LINEN STORAGE 41 m²

FIRE LOBBY 22 m²

EE 9 m²

ST-1 23 m²

C

A303

7

FIRE TANK 136 m²

LOADING DOCK 146 m²

3

2

A301

12

6

4

A

A

B

A302

11

FFL -2,000

CLEAN LINEN 59 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE STUDIO 75 m²

C E

MAIN STORAGE 52 m²

D

F FEMALE STAFF CHANGE 125 m²

E

WT-01, WATER TANK-01 138 m²

WT-02, WATER TANK-02 196 m²

F

TEAM DINING ROOM / KITCHEN 197 m²

MALE STAFF CHANGE 114 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m² DELUXE RIVER VIEW DELUXE RIVER VIEW 42 m² 41 m² DELUXE RIVER VIEW DELUXE RIVER VIEW 42 m² 41 m² DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m² DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

ST-3 18 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE 1-BED 83 m²

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DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m² DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

HR 62 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 43 m²

G H

Schema Legend

1

A411

A GUEST ROOM (BOH)

A GUEST ROOM (FOH)

H

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C

A303

B

A302

Basement Plan

Notes

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NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION

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Issue

Description

Date

1

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21/12/18

Chk

BASEMENT PLAN

Project Number

Client

__________________________________

Issue

A101

Scale (A1)

Project

AMARI VIENTIANE

DATE

Drawing Number

18-0195

AMARI VIENTIANE

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Drawing

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

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Drawing Session

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A

Date Printed

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2

10

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Level 4-12 Plan

Drawings are to be read in conjunction with all other contract documents. Use figured dimensions only. Do not scale from drawings. dwp cannot guarantee the accuracy of content and format for copies of drawings issued electronically.

Description

Date

1

1

21/12/18

Chk

5

Project Number

Client

Issue

A113

Scale (A1)

Project

AMARI VIENTIANE

1

1 : 125

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

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Drawing Number

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AMARI VIENTIANE

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Drawing Session

Architect/ Designer

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

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A303

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1 : 125

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

C

A301

B

A302

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A

A301

G M&E

File Name:

F ADMIN SUPPORT & B.O.H

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VOID

Schema Legend

Date Printed

dwp

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DN A

C

A301

B

A303

7

A302

8

GAS STATION

9 10

CHILLER PLANT ROOM 14x22x3.5 144 m²

GENERATOR ROOM 71 m²

5-1

5

11 TR & MDB ROOM 112 m²

FFL +1,500

6

COMMUNICATION & FIRE COMMAND ROOM 4x5 24 m²

4

A

B

A301

A302

C

LPG STATION 18 m²

A303

12

IT, COMPUTER, SERVER ROOM 66 m²

7 5-1

AHU & PAU FOR LOBBY 3.5x7 53 m²

8

6

9

5

13

10

4

A

FIRE LOBBY 22 m²

3 EE 9 m²

2

ST-1 23 m²

TOILET 4 m²

1

CORRIDOR 118 m²

A-1

STORAGE 13 m²

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 105 m²

OPERATORS 19 m²

KITCHEN SUPPORT 73 m²

MALE TOILETS 25 m²

A414

12

SERVICE CORRIDOR 52 m²

13

MAIN KITCHEN 154 m²

MEP 6 m²

LOUNGE - PANTRY & STAFF WORK ROOM 36 m²

BUFFET STATION 82 m²

FEMALE TOILETS 29 m²

DISABLED TOILET 4 m²

PL-1,PL-2

RECEPTION 9 m²

D

FCL +0

ST-2 21 m²

HOUSE KEEPING 46 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE 1-BED 92 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE 1-BED 47 m²

PL-3,PL-4

LIFT FOYER 20 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE 2-BED 138 m²

MEP 5 m²

C

AHU & PAU ROOM FOR ALL DAY DINING 6x7 28 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE STUDIO 46 m²

CORRIDOR 114 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE STUDIO 76 m²

FRONT OFFICE STAFF WORK AREA 32 m²

MALE TOILET 7 m²

E

C

D

11

A413

TOILET 4 m²

DUMBWAITER 3 m²

B

PL-3,PL-4 17 m²

PL-1,PL-2 17 m²

1

SL-1, SL-2

1

ST-1 23 m²

FCL +1,450

JANITOR 2 m²

B

BALCONY 77 m²

F&B 39 m²

FIRE LOBBY 22 m²

EE 9 m²

3

SL-1, SL-2 20 m²

ST-3 18 m²

FFL +1,500

FRONT OFFICE MANAGER 20 m²

FEMALE TOILET 7 m²

F

ST-3 18 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE 2-BED 124 m²

EXECUTIVE SUITE 2-BED 124 m²

1

A451

E

ALL DAY DINING 588 m²

F

LUGGAGE ROOM 19 m²

RECEPTION 77 m²

CONCIERGE 20 m²

BOARD ROOM 27 m²

EXECUTIVE LOUNGE 242 m²

PRESIDENTIAL SUITE 247 m²

LOBBY 805 m²

LOST & FOUND 6 m²

G

G

FCL +1,500

1

A415

H Schema Legend

1

A416

A GUEST ROOM (BOH)

FCL +1,450

G M&E

B FOOD & BEVERAGE (FOH)

VOID

A

A301

FCL +1,300

I

D PUBLIC AREA (BOH) D PUBLIC AREA (FOH)

0

C

A303

B

A302

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Description

Date

1

1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

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Drawing Session

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Drawing

Client

Project Number

Drawing Number

18-0195

AMARI VIENTIANE APPROVED BY

__________________________________

1

D PUBLIC AREA (FOH)

VOID A

Date Printed

A303

0

2

10

1

5

GRAPHIC SCALE

Level 13 Plan

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

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NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION

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1

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Drawing Session

Drawing

Client

Project Number

Drawing Number

LEVEL 13 PLAN

18-0195

AMARI VIENTIANE

DATE __________________________________

Issue

A114

Scale (A1)

Project

1

1 : 125

AMARI VIENTIANE

__________________________________

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C

A301

B

A302

Notes

1 : 125

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

9

Issue

A102

Scale (A1)

Project

AMARI VIENTIANE

__________________________________

8

LEVEL 1 PLAN

Auth

DATE

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B

10 5

GRAPHIC SCALE

Level 1 Plan

Notes

2 1

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

B FOOD & BEVERAGE (BOH)

D PUBLIC AREA (BOH)

File Name:

Schema Legend

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

A GUEST ROOM (FOH)

File Name:

BUSINESS CENTER 39 m²

H

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Date Printed

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C

A303

7

A302

10

SATELLITE KITCHEN & PANTRY A 65 m² A301

B

A302

11 A

COOLING TOWER BUFFER FLOOR

A301

C

A303

STORAGE 45 m²

TOILET 11 m²

5-1

CONTROL 8 m²

3 EE 9 m² ST-1 23 m²

2

SL-1, SL-2 20 m²

1

JANITOR 2 m²

10 FIRE LOBBY 22 m²

EE 9 m²

3

WEDDING SUITE 31 m²

CORRIDOR 48 m²

A-1

9

4

BALLROOM 775 m²

FIRE LOBBY 22 m²

TOILET 4 m²

DUMBWAITER 3 m²

FEMALE TOILETS 34 m²

11

SL-1, SL-2

TOILET 4 m²

ST-1 23 m²

PL-1,PL-2 17 m²

AV STORAGE & CONTROL ROOM 30 m²

B HALL 227 m²

MEETING ROOM 1 73 m²

ST-2 21 m²

MALE TOILETS 9 m²

PL-3,PL-4

MALE TOILETS 23 m²

PL-3,PL-4 17 m²

12

JANITOR 2 m²

SERVICE CORRIDOR 74 m² MEP 6 m²

ADMIN OFFICE SPACE 25 m²

8

6

5

13

CORRIDOR 181 m²

A

7

6

4

PL-1,PL-2

ROOF TOP BAR SATELLITE KITCHEN & PANTRY 27 m² OFFICE

B

16 m²

DISABLED TOILETS 5 m²

C ST-3 18 m²

PUMP ROOM 65 m²

WT-04 39 m²

ROOF TOP BAR (SEATING) 135 m²

SPECIALTY RESTAURANT (SEATING) 128 m²

D

13 WT-03 40 m²

ROOF TOP BAR (BAR AREA) 30 m²

SPECIALTY RESTAURANT (BAR AREA) 30 m²

C

D

FEMALE TOILETS 12 m² DISABLED TOILET 4 m²

CORRIDOR 62 m²

SPECIALTY RESTAURANT KITCHEN 78 m²

PRE-FUNCTION 357 m²

MEETING PRE-FUNCTION 114 m²

MEP 5 m²

PRESSURIZE FAN & SMOKE EXHAUST FAN 31 m²

5-1

5

12

FFL +52,600

ST-3 18 m²

MEETING ROOM 2 78 m²

E

E F

F

MEETING ROOM 3 73 m²

G

G

BALCONY 127 m² BOARD ROOM 121 m²

H

G M&E

0

C

A303

B

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1

21/12/18

Chk

Drawing

LEVEL 2 PLAN

Project Number

Client

Drawing Number

18-0195

Issue

A103

Scale (A1)

Project

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Date Printed

1

C

A301

A303

G M&E

0

VOID

SCHEMATIC DESIGN NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION

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Issue

Description

Date

1

1

21/12/18

Chk

Drawing Session

Drawing

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

dwp www.dwp.com

ROOF TOP BAR PLAN

Project Number

Client

Issue

A115

Scale (A1)

Project

1

1 : 125

AMARI VIENTIANE

DATE __________________________________

Drawing Number

18-0195

AMARI VIENTIANE

__________________________________

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Architect/ Designer

Auth

APPROVED BY

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10 5

GRAPHIC SCALE

Roof Top Bar Plan

Notes The information contained in this document is copyright and may not be used or reproduced for any other project or purpose.

2 1

B

A302

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A

B FOOD & BEVERAGE (FOH)

1 : 125

AMARI VIENTIANE

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Date Printed

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C

A

A303

A301

7

Drawing Session

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

AMARI VIENTIANE APPROVED BY __________________________________

__________________________________

B

Architect/ Designer

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Auth

DATE

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A302

10 5

GRAPHIC SCALE

Level 2 Plan

Notes The information contained in this document is copyright and may not be used or reproduced for any other project or purpose.

2 1

A302

VOID

B FOOD & BEVERAGE (BOH)

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

I

D PUBLIC AREA (BOH)

Schema Legend

File Name:

A

A301

C FUCNTION FACILITIES (FOH)

File Name:

CANOPY

C FUCNTION FACILITIES (BOH)

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

H

Schema Legend

8

9 B

10

A302

COOLING TOWER 140 m²

A

11

A301

C

HRV ROOM 82 m²

5-1

5

A303

12

AHU & PAU ROOM 80 m²

7

6

5-1

4

A

13

3

EE 9 m²

ST-1 23 m²

2 1

8 9

6

5 10

4

FIRE LOBBY 22 m²

3

SL-1, SL-2 20 m²

11 FFL +57,575

TOILETS 61 m²

TOILET 4 m²

12 13

CORRIDOR 84 m²

A-1

CLEANER & STORE 9 m² AHU & PAU ROOM FOR MEETING ROOM 6x7 33 m²

PL-1,PL-2 17 m²

HALL 20 m²

PL-3,PL-4 17 m²

SEATING AREA 32 m²

POOL SERVICE STATION 10 m²

B

PUMP ROOM 9 m²

FITNESS CENTRE 108 m²

FFL +57,925

SPA ADMIN & OFFICE 47 m²

Spa BOH 78 m²

SPA RECEPTION & RETAIL 71 m²

B

AHU & PAU ROOM FOR PRE-FUNCTION 30 m²

FFL +56,000

CIRCULATION 55 m²

ST-2 21 m²

C

C

WORKSTATIONS 7 m²

POOL DECK 743 m²

POOL BAR 18 m²

SPA TREATMENT ROOMS 135 m²

ST-3 18 m²

FFL +12,900

D

FFL +55,500

KID'S CLUB 51 m²

E

E F

G

SWIMMING POOL 244 m²

KID'S POOL

FFL +11,700

FCL +12,400

PUMP ROOM

H

D PUBLIC AREA (BOH)

G M&E

D PUBLIC AREA (FOH)

VOID

CANOPY B

A

A301

A302

E RECREATIONAL FACILITIES (BOH) E RECREATIONAL FACILITIES (FOH)

0

C

A303

2

10

1

5

GRAPHIC SCALE Notes The information contained in this document is copyright and may not be used or reproduced for any other project or purpose. Verify all dimensions and levels on site and report any discrepancies to dwp for direction prior to the commencement of work. Drawings are to be read in conjunction with all other contract documents. Use figured dimensions only. Do not scale from drawings. dwp cannot guarantee the accuracy of content and format for copies of drawings issued electronically. The completion of the Issue Details Checked and Authorised section isconfirmation of the status of the drawing. The drawing shall not be used forconstruction unless endorsed 'For Construction' and authorised for issue.

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Level 3 Plan

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1

21/12/18

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Architect/ Designer

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Drawing Session

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Drawing

Client

Project Number

Drawing Number

LEVEL 3 PLAN

Auth

AMARI VIENTIANE APPROVED BY __________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Project

AMARI VIENTIANE Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

18-0195 Scale (A1)

A104

1 : 125 Date Printed

12/21/2018 8:46:22 PM

dwp

Issue

1

File Name:

Schema Legend

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

H

A

A301

B

C

A303

A302

0

2

10

1

5

GRAPHIC SCALE Notes The information contained in this document is copyright and may not be used or reproduced for any other project or purpose. Verify all dimensions and levels on site and report any discrepancies to dwp for direction prior to the commencement of work. Drawings are to be read in conjunction with all other contract documents. Use figured dimensions only. Do not scale from drawings. dwp cannot guarantee the accuracy of content and format for copies of drawings issued electronically. The completion of the Issue Details Checked and Authorised section isconfirmation of the status of the drawing. The drawing shall not be used forconstruction unless endorsed 'For Construction' and authorised for issue.

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Roof Plan

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Date

1

1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Drawing Session

Drawing

Client

Project Number

Drawing Number

ROOF PLAN

Auth

AMARI VIENTIANE APPROVED BY __________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Project

AMARI VIENTIANE Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

18-0195 Scale (A1)

A116

Issue

1

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

G

PANTRY & STAFF WORK ROOM 8 m²

File Name:

VOYAGER LOUNGE 102 m²

1 : 125 Date Printed

12/21/2018 8:46:37 PM

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84


Facade Options FCL +57,925

FCL +57,575

FCL +56,000

3400

4650

SPECIALTY RESTAURANT (SEATING) 128 m²

ROOF TOP BAR (SEATING) 135 m²

ROOF TOP BAR LEVEL 52600

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

3400 3400

3400

LEVEL 10 39000

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

3400

3400

LEVEL 9 35600

LEVEL 8 32200

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

3400

3400

LEVEL 8 32200

LEVEL 7 28800

3400

58000

3400

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

58000

LEVEL 7 28800

LEVEL 6 25400

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

3400

3400

LEVEL 6 25400

LEVEL 5 22000

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

SERVICE CORRIDOR 52 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 40 m²

SL-1, SL-2 20 m²

LEVEL 4 18600

1200

5700

SWIMMING POOL 244 m²

COOLING TOWER 140 m²

5700

PRE-FUNCTION 357 m²

MEP BUFFER FLOOR 71 m²

G

F

E

D

C

FFL -3,750

Section A

B

A-1

A

SCHEMATIC DESIGN NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION Issue

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1

21/12/18

Chk

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PA Drawing Session

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Drawing

SECTION B

Auth

Client

AMARI VIENTIANE APPROVED BY

Project

AMARI VIENTIANE

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Project Number

18-0195 Scale (A1)

Drawing Number

Issue

A302

1

1 : 125 Date Printed

CORRIDOR 181 m²

FFL +1,300

5700

IT, COMPUTER, SERVER ROOM 66 m²

CORRIDOR 118 m²

LOADING DOCK 146 m²

MOTORBIKE PARKING 356 m² FFL -2,000

LEVEL-BASEMENT -2000

I Notes The information contained in this document is copyright and may not be used or reproduced for any other project or purpose. Verify all dimensions and levels on site and report any discrepancies to dwp for direction prior to the commencement of work. Drawings are to be read in conjunction with all other contract documents. Use figured dimensions only. Do not scale from drawings. dwp cannot guarantee the accuracy of content and format for copies of drawings issued electronically.

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ROOF LEVEL 56000

MAIN KITCHEN 154 m²

FFL +1,500

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 0

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LOBBY 805 m²

LEVEL 1 1500

1500

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

H

2000

FFL -900

MALE STAFF CHANGE 114 m²

I

File Name:

5700 1500

GENERATOR ROOM 71 m²

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 0

BALLROOM 775 m²

LEVEL 2 7200

5800

LOBBY 805 m²

LEVEL 1 1500

FFL +12,400

5700

FFL +10,150

POOL DECK 743 m²

SPA TREATMENT ROOMS 135 m²

H

G

F

E

D

C

2000

HALL 227 m²

LEVEL 2 7200

LEVEL-BASEMENT -2000

SWIMMING POOL 244 m²

LEVEL 3 12900

1200

LEVEL 3 12900

FFL +17,550

5700

POOL DECK 743 m²

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DUCT TRANSFER SPACE

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

PL-3,PL-4 17 m²

FFL -2,150

FFL -2,450

B

Scetion B

A

SCHEMATIC DESIGN A-1 NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION Issue

Description

Date

1

1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

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Drawing Session

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Drawing

SECTION C

Auth

Client

AMARI VIENTIANE APPROVED BY

Project

AMARI VIENTIANE

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Project Number

18-0195 Scale (A1)

Drawing Number

Issue

A303

1

File Name:

CORRIDOR 151 m²

DUCT TRANSFER SPACE

1200

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

3400

3400

LEVEL 5 22000

LEVEL 4 18600

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DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

3400

3400 3400

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

LEVEL 9 35600

The completion of the Issue Details Checked and Authorised section isconfirmation of the status of the drawing. The drawing shall not be used forconstruction unless endorsed 'For Construction' and authorised for issue.

DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

LEVEL 11 42400

LEVEL 10 39000

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DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

LEVEL 12 45800

LEVEL 11 42400

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DELUXE CITY VIEW 46 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

3400

3400

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

Verify all dimensions and levels on site and report any discrepancies to dwp for direction prior to the commencement of work.

EXECUTIVE SUITE 2-BED 138 m²

DELUXE RIVER VIEW 41 m²

LEVEL 13 49200

LEVEL 12 45800

Notes

PRESIDENTIAL SUITE 247 m²

3400

3400

ROOF TOP BAR LEVEL 52600

EXECUTIVE SUITE 2-BED 124 m² LEVEL 13 49200

The information contained in this document is copyright and may not be used or reproduced for any other project or purpose.

3400

ROOF LEVEL 56000

5000

ROOF LEVEL 56000

1 : 125 Date Printed

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3400

3400

ROOF LEVEL 56000

ROOF TOP BAR LEVEL 52600

3400

3400

ROOF TOP BAR LEVEL 52600

LEVEL 13 49200

3400

3400

LEVEL 13 49200

LEVEL 12 45800

3400

3400

LEVEL 12 45800

LEVEL 11 42400

3400

3400

LEVEL 11 42400

LEVEL 10 39000

3400

3400

LEVEL 10 39000

LEVEL 9 35600

3400

3400

LEVEL 9 35600

LEVEL 8 32200

3400

3400

LEVEL 8 32200

3400

3400

56000

LEVEL 7 28800

56000

LEVEL 7 28800

LEVEL 6 25400

3400

3400

LEVEL 6 25400

LEVEL 5 22000

3400

3400

LEVEL 5 22000

LEVEL 4 18600

5700

5700

LEVEL 4 18600

LEVEL 3 12900

Verify all dimensions and levels on site and report any discrepancies to dwp for direction prior to the commencement of work. Drawings are to be read in conjunction with all other contract documents. Use figured dimensions only. Do not scale from drawings. dwp cannot guarantee the accuracy of content and format for copies of drawings issued electronically. The completion of the Issue Details Checked and Authorised section isconfirmation of the status of the drawing. The drawing shall not be used forconstruction unless endorsed 'For Construction' and authorised for issue.

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Description

Date

1

Revision 1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

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Drawing Session

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Auth

APPROVED BY

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Client

Project Number

Project

Scale (A1)

AMARI VIENTIANE

18-0195

AMARI VIENTIANE

1 : 125

Location

Date Printed

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Drawing

OPTION 1_ELEVATION 1 Drawing Number

A201

Issue

1

5700 1500

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 0

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LEVEL 1 1500

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ROOF LEVEL 56000

ROOF TOP BAR LEVEL 52600

ROOF TOP BAR LEVEL 52600

LEVEL 13 49200

LEVEL 13 49200

LEVEL 12 45800

LEVEL 12 45800

LEVEL 11 42400

LEVEL 11 42400

LEVEL 10 39000

LEVEL 10 39000

LEVEL 9 35600

LEVEL 9 35600

LEVEL 8 32200

LEVEL 8 32200

LEVEL 7 28800

LEVEL 7 28800

LEVEL 6 25400

LEVEL 6 25400

LEVEL 5 22000

LEVEL 5 22000

LEVEL 4 18600

LEVEL 4 18600

LEVEL 3 12900

LEVEL 3 12900

SCHEMATIC DESIGN NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION Issue

Description

Date

1

Revision 1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

dwp www.dwp.com

Drawing Session

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Auth

APPROVED BY

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Client

AMARI VIENTIANE Project

Project Number

18-0195 Scale (A1)

AMARI VIENTIANE

1 : 125

Location

Date Printed

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Drawing

OPTION 1_ELEVATION 4 Drawing Number

Issue

A204

1

dwp

12/21/2018 8:23:55 PM

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Option 2: Elevation 1 SCHEMATIC DESIGN NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION Issue

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Date

1

Revision 1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

dwp www.dwp.com

Drawing Session

Auth

APPROVED BY

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Client

AMARI VIENTIANE Project

AMARI VIENTIANE Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Project Number

18-0195

Scale (A1)

Drawing

OPTION 2_ELEVATION 1 Drawing Number

A205

Issue

1

1 : 125 Date Printed

5700 1500

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 0

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LEVEL 1 1500

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ROOF LEVEL 56000

ROOF TOP BAR LEVEL 52600

ROOF TOP BAR LEVEL 52600

LEVEL 13 49200

LEVEL 13 49200

LEVEL 12 45800

LEVEL 12 45800

LEVEL 11 42400

LEVEL 11 42400

LEVEL 10 39000

LEVEL 10 39000

LEVEL 9 35600

LEVEL 9 35600

LEVEL 8 32200

LEVEL 8 32200

LEVEL 7 28800

LEVEL 7 28800

LEVEL 6 25400

LEVEL 6 25400

LEVEL 5 22000

LEVEL 5 22000

LEVEL 4 18600

LEVEL 4 18600

LEVEL 3 12900

LEVEL 3 12900

SCHEMATIC DESIGN NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION Issue

Description

Date

1

Revision 1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

dwp www.dwp.com

Drawing Session

Auth

APPROVED BY

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Client

AMARI VIENTIANE Project

AMARI VIENTIANE Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Project Number

18-0195

Scale (A1)

Drawing

OPTION 2_ELEVATION 4 Drawing Number

Issue

A208

1

1 : 125 Date Printed

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Description

Date

1

Revision 1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

dwp www.dwp.com

Drawing Session

Auth

APPROVED BY

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Client

AMARI VIENTIANE Project

Project Number

18-0195

Scale (A1)

AMARI VIENTIANE

1 : 125

Location

Date Printed

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

12/21/2018 8:26:40 PM

Drawing

OPTION 3_ELEVATION 1 Drawing Number

A209 dwp

Issue

1

5700 1500

LEVEL 1 1500 GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 0

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Option 3: Elevation 4 SCHEMATIC DESIGN NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION Issue

Description

Date

1

Revision 1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

dwp www.dwp.com

Drawing Session

Auth

APPROVED BY

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

Client

AMARI VIENTIANE Project

Project Number

18-0195

Scale (A1)

AMARI VIENTIANE

1 : 125

Location

Date Printed

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

12/21/2018 8:28:07 PM

Drawing

OPTION 3_ELEVATION 4 Drawing Number

A212

Issue

1

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181218_Facade-Options.rvt

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 0

LEVEL 2 7200

File Name:

LEVEL 1 1500

File Name:

LEVEL 2 7200

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181218_Facade-Options.rvt

5700

5700

3400

3400

3400

56000

3400

3400

3400

3400

3400

3400

3400

3400

ROOF LEVEL 56000

Option 2: Elevation 4

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181218_Facade-Options.rvt

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 0

LEVEL 2 7200

File Name:

LEVEL 1 1500

File Name:

LEVEL 2 7200

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181218_Facade-Options.rvt

5700

5700

3400

3400

3400

56000

3400

3400

3400

3400

3400

3400

3400

3400

ROOF LEVEL 56000

Option 1: Elevation 4

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181218_Facade-Options.rvt

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LEVEL 2 7200

File Name:

5700 1500

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL 0

File Name:

LEVEL 1 1500

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181218_Facade-Options.rvt

5700

5700

LEVEL 3 12900

LEVEL 2 7200

dwp

86


Car Park Building

P7 2

P7

P6

2

A352

P6

A352

P5

P5 FFL +0

P4

P4

P3

P3

P8

P2

P8

P2

FFL +150

FFL +150

P1

P1

PA

PA

BLOCK OUT SPACE 70 m²

FFL -1,450

FFL +1,450

1

FFL +1,450

1

0 630

A351

A351

FFL +0

GENERATOR ROOM 71 m²

PB

PB 0 520

FFL +0

1

PC

1

PC

A352

A352

FFL +2,900

0 520

PD

FFL +2,900

PD 0 630

1

FFL +0

A351

1

A351

2

1

A352

2

1

A352

A352

PE

A352

PE

Description

Date

1

1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

Drawing Session

10 5

APPROVED BY

The completion of the Issue Details Checked and Authorised section isconfirmation of the status of the drawing. The drawing shall not be used forconstruction unless endorsed 'For Construction' and authorised for issue.

DATE __________________________________

Drawing Number

18-0195

Issue

A151

Scale (A1)

Project

1

1 : 125

AMARI VIENTIANE

__________________________________

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CAR PARK GROUND LEVEL,B-A

Project Number

Client

AMARI VIENTIANE

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Drawing

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

dwp www.dwp.com

Auth

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

Date Printed

2

10

1

5

GRAPHIC SCALE

Car Park Ground Level 1A, 1B SCHEMATIC DESIGN NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION

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Issue

Description

Date

1

1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

Drawing Session

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

dwp www.dwp.com

Auth

Project Number

Client

APPROVED BY

DATE __________________________________

A152

Scale (A1)

Project

Issue

1

1 : 125

AMARI VIENTIANE

__________________________________

© Copyright 2011 dwp. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Reproduction prohibited unless authorised in writing by dwp.

Drawing

CAR PARK LEVEL 1-A,1-B Drawing Number

18-0195

AMARI VIENTIANE

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12/21/2018 8:46:38 PM

0

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BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

Issue

File Name:

Car Park Ground Level NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION

Drawings are to be read in conjunction with all other contract documents.

File Name:

2 1

GRAPHIC SCALE

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

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PF

900

0

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BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

0 560

PF

Date Printed

Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

dwp

12/21/2018 8:46:39 PM

P7 2

P6

A352

P5

GREEN ROOF 1062 m² FFL +17,400

CAR PARK ROOF 17400

FFL +14,500

CAR PARK LEVEL 5-B 14500

FFL +13,050

CAR PARK LEVEL GROUND 0

2900 2900

CAR PARK LEVEL 2-A 4350

GENERATOR ROOM 71 m²

FFL +1,450

FFL +0

CAR PARK LEVEL 3-A 7250

2900 FFL +4,350

2900

1

FFL +7,250

FFL +2,900

CAR PARK LEVEL 1-B 2900

A352

CAR PARK LEVEL 4-A 10150 2900

2900

FFL +7,250

2900

PB

PC

MEP BUFFER FLOOR 71 m²

FFL +5,800

CAR PARK LEVEL 2-B 5800

FFL +17,400

FFL +10,150

FFL +8,700

2900

1

A351

GREEN ROOF 1062 m²

COOLING TOWER 140 m²

FFL +10,100

17400

CAR PARK LEVEL 3-B 8700

CAR PARK LEVEL 5-A 13050

FFL +11,600

CAR PARK LEVEL 4-B 11600

P1

PA

18850

2900

P8

P2

4350

2900

CAR PARK ROOF 17400

P3

FFL +1,450

BLOCK OUT SPACE 70FFLm² +0

FFL +0

CAR PARK LEVEL 1-A 1450 2900

P4

FFL -1,450

CAR PARK LEVEL B-A -1450

P4

PD 1

1

A351

A050

CAR PARK SECTION 1

1 : 125

2

0

2

10

1

5

GRAPHIC SCALE Notes The information contained in this document is copyright and may not be used or reproduced for any other project or purpose. Verify all dimensions and levels on site and report any discrepancies to dwp for direction prior to the commencement of work. Drawings are to be read in conjunction with all other contract documents. Use figured dimensions only. Do not scale from drawings. dwp cannot guarantee the accuracy of content and format for copies of drawings issued electronically. The completion of the Issue Details Checked and Authorised section isconfirmation of the status of the drawing. The drawing shall not be used forconstruction unless endorsed 'For Construction' and authorised for issue.

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Car Park Roof Level

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Description

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1

21/12/18

Chk

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Drawing Session

Drawing

Client

Architect/ Designer

Project Number

Drawing Number

CAR PARK LEVEL ROOF Notes

The information contained in this document is copyright and may not be used or reproduced for any other project or purpose.

Auth

APPROVED BY

__________________________________ DATE __________________________________

AMARI VIENTIANE Project

18-0195 Scale (A1)

AMARI VIENTIANE

1 : 125

Location

Date Printed

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

12/21/2018 8:46:45 PM

A157 dwp

Issue

1

Verify all dimensions and levels on site and report any discrepancies to dwp for direction prior to the commencement of work. Drawings are to be read in conjunction with all other contract documents. Use figured dimensions only. Do not scale from drawings. dwp cannot guarantee the accuracy of content and format for copies of drawings issued electronically. The completion of the Issue Details Checked and Authorised section isconfirmation of the status of the drawing. The drawing shall not be used forconstruction unless endorsed 'For Construction' and authorised for issue.

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Car Park Section 1

SCHEMATIC DESIGN NOT TO BE USED DURING CONSTRUCTION Issue

Description

Date

1

1

21/12/18

Chk

Architect/ Designer

Drawing Session

Client

Project Number

Project

Scale (A1)

dwp www.dwp.com

SCHEMATIC DESIGN

Drawing

CAR PARK SECTION 1

Auth

APPROVED BY __________________________________ DATE __________________________________

AMARI VIENTIANE AMARI VIENTIANE Location

KHUN BU LOM RD., BAN WATCHANH, CHANTHABOULY DISTRIC, VIENTIANE CAPITAL, LAOS

18-0195

Drawing Number

Issue

A351

1

1 : 125 Date Printed

12/21/2018 8:48:00 PM

dwp

88

File Name:

PF

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

CAR PARK ROOF

1 : 125

File Name:

1

A351

PE

BIM 360://18-0195_Amari Vientiane Laos/18-0195_Four Star Hotel Vientiane_181206_Option 2.rvt

A352

1

A352


89


Amari Vientiane

ONYX Hospitality Group, one of the region’s leading hotel management companies, has a management agreement with Laos-based Asia Investment, Development & Construction Sole Co,Ltd. (AIDC), to develop a new-build Amari hotel in the city centre of Vientiane, the capital city of Laos. (ONYX Hospitality Group, 2018) 90


Site: 234/1 Sisaket Road (P. Lertluechachai, 2018)


Warin House

Private Residence Year 2017 | Professional Project Position Freelance Architect Design Team Prapatsorn Lertluechachai (Individual) Responsibility Researh & Analysis Preliminary Design Design Development Approval Drawing Construction Drawing BOQ Client Prapat Lertluechachai Location Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand Site Area 241 sq.m. Building Area 286 sq.m. Finish Date 11st July 2018

PL


Front View Rendering


P

P

C

S

A3-01

ST-01 ST-01

SLOPE

01 4.00 PE SLO ถนนทางเขา 01 า S-101 ถนนทางเข F01 S-101 F01SLOPE 01SLOPE 4.00

ทีจ่ อดรถ ทีจ่ 101 อดรถ F01101C03 F01 C03

3

0.15 0.15

A2-01

A3-01

W304

0.20

See Detial4.003/A4-09Metal Typ. Sheet Flashing Metal Sheet Flashing W305

3.00 W304

1.50

3.00 5° SLOPE W303

โลง See Detial 5/A4-09 Typ. 17.00

3

W301

3.00 W303 See Detial 4/A4-09 Typ.

SLOPE 5°

SLOPE

4.00 Metal Sheet Flashing

77

2.71

2.40 6.40

1.10 1.10

6

4.004.002.40

6

602

01 01 02 01 01 0.50 0.20 0.50 0.20 1.20 1.20 1.50

6

1.50

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

0.20

Metal Sheet Flashing

W303 5° SLOPE

W3025° SLOPE

โลง

W301

Metal Sheet Flashing

See Detial 5/A4-09 Typ.

See Detial 3/A4-09Metal Typ. Sheet Flashing

W304

See Detial 4/A4-09 W303 Typ.

W302

โลง

W305

Metal Sheet Flashing W301

Metal Sheet Flashing

See Detial 4/A4-09 Typ.

Metal Sheet Flashing

4

SLOPE 5°

4.00 4.00 SLOPE 5°

15.74

1.00 1.00

3

3.00

3

15.74

3

A2-01

9.00 3.00

15.74

3

A2-01 3 A2-01

6.40

3

A2-01

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

3

A2-01

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

A2-02

0.80 2.22

3.00 SLOPE 5°

5 1.00

3.00 SLOPE 5°

ผังพืน้ ชัน้ 2

SLOPE 5° Metal Sheet Flashing

Metal Sheet Flashing

SLOPE 5°

2

A2-01

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

Metal Sheet Flashing

B' B'

A S S O

1 : 100

S E AO

4 A2-02 4

N N

ผัผังงพื น้้ ชัชันน้้ 22 1 : พื 100น

A2-01

1

N

ผังหลังคา 1

A2-01

1

N

ผังหลังคา 1

A2-01

1

N

ผังหลังคา 1

1

N

ผังหลังคา 1

1 A2-01 1 2 A2-01 A2-01 2 A2-02

1 : 100

E S SA

4

A2-02

2 A2-01 4 A2-02

2 4

A2-02

2 4

A2-02

2

A2-01

S M ES

1 : 100

M DE S

1 : 100

D SM

1 : 100

P S D DM

1 : 100

AP S D

19.74

A P S D

19.74

A

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

SLOPE 5°

1.00

3

A2-01

4

A2-02

2 4

A2-01

1

N

ผังหลังคา 2

1

N

ผังหลังคา 2

A2-01

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

3

Metal Sheet Flashing

Metal Sheet Flashing

C

1 : 100

D A

Metal Sheet Flashing SLOPE 5° Metal Sheet Flashing

0.50

N

P O A S

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

Metal Sheet Flashing

Metal Sheet Flashing 1.00

Metal Sheet Flashing 1.00

1.00

1

A2-01

0.80

Metal Sheet Flashing

0.50

ผังพืน้ ชัน้ 2

2.35

SLOPE3.00 5°

5.80

N

P S D

0.80

3.00Flashing Metal Sheet

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

C

A3-01

4

5.00 1.00

1

5 1.00

Metal Sheet Flashing

1.00

2.22

3

3.00 MetalSLOPE Sheet 5° Flashing

0.500.505.80

A2-01

19.74

A2-01

2.35

A

A3-01

C B

2

3.00

2.22

A3-01

2 4

B'

A2-01

19.74

3.00

SA A

A' B' A'

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

3

9.00

รางน้ าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6" 7.80

2.22

C B

A

9.00 1.00

0.80

A

A3-01

CB

7.80

C

A3-01

3 Metal Sheet Flashing 4

0.80

A3-01

2

0.80

1.00

3.00

P P S SDP D

0.80

7.80

A

4

A2-02

A2-01

5

A'

D ADP S D

A2-01

A2-01 3.00

A'

A2-01

A3-01

4

M M P S D

1 : 100

5.74 5.74

A2-01

5

2.35

3.00

ผัผังงพื น้้ ชัชันน้้ 11 1 : พื 100น

A P

3

0.80 2.35

9.00

2

7.80

B

N N

88

A2-01

C

S S

5.74

A3-01

3

M D

1 : 100

D

1

A2-01 1 A2-01

SLOPE 5° SLOPE 5°

C

2

ผังพืน้ ชัน้ 1 ระดับทางเทาสาธารณะ ±0.00 ระดับทางเทาสาธารณะ ±0.00

A2-01 0.20

0.00 0.00

PS O

ST-02 รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

N

E E

B' B'

01 01

5.74

4.00

W304 W305

Metal Sheet Flashing

01 01

S M

ระดับทางเท สาธารณะ ±0.00 1 : า100

15.74

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

Metal Sheet Flashing

See Detial 5/A4-09 Typ. See Detial 4/A4-09 Typ.

Metal Sheet Flashing

ผังพืน้ ชัน้ 1

N

2.71 2.71

6.40

Metal Sheet Flashing

2

A2-01 2 A2-01

S S

1.00

4.00

ราวกันตก-1

4.00 1.10

2.40

0.90

2.17 4.00

0.20

8 1.00

4

A2-02 4 A2-02

E S

B'

ระดับทางเทาสาธารณะ ±0.00

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01

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5 Metal Sheet Flashing

W301

6.00

6.406.40

02 02 02 4.00 02 หองอเนกประสงค 211 หองอเนกประสงค F04211C02 F04 C02

D201

4.00

2.402.40

หองอเนกประสงค หองนอน-1 211 202C02 หอF04 งนอน-1 F04202 C02 4.00 F044.45 C02 4.45

66

1

4.45

ราวกันตก-1 1.20 4.40 ระเบียง-1 03 4.45 201 0.70 0.20 F02 C04

0.20

02 หองนอน-1 202 02 F04 C02 4.00 4.45 4.00 หองอเนกประสงค 211 F04 C02 02 02 02 02

D201

4.00

3.00 W302

โลง SLOPE 5°

4.00 หองนอน-1 202 F04 C02 4.45 02

02Metal Sheet Flashing

C

W302

03

7

8

6.40

5 02

02

1.10

0.20 SLOPE SLOPE

2.60

1.00

02 02 โถงทางเขา 210-1 า โถงทางเข F04 C02 210-1 A3-01 SLOPE 3.005°F04 C02

4

2.60

0.20

2.602.600.20

0.10

0.10

D208 D208

4

See Detial17.00 5/A4-09 Typ.

3

1.00

C

5

D208 02 02 02

1.20

4.00

3

DN DN

4

5

02

6.00

6

4.00

0.20 0.20

C

D208

7

0.200.20

3

4

17.00 02 หองนอน-2 ST-01 A3-01 02 3.00 204 หองนอน-2 F04204C02 F044.45 C02 4.45 02 17.00 02 W202 02 3.00 4.45 3.00 W202 4.45 02 A3-01 SLOPE 5° ST-01 SLOPE 5° ST-01

02

0.200.20

DN 02 02 02 02

C

55

0.10

30.20

02 17.00 02 หองนอน-2 W202 02 17.00 3.00204 4.45 F04 C02 3.00 4.45 01 ST-01 A3-01 01 02 02 02 W202 4.45 02

4.00

02

0404 04 02 D203 D204 หองน้D202 าํ -2 หอ203 งน้04 าํ -2 F05203C03 4.40 F05 C03 3.0004 3.00 0.30 1.60 D203 0.30 02 1.60 D202 D204 04 04 02 04 04 โถงทางเขา 210-1 04 F044.40 C0204 4.40 3.0004 02 04 02 D203 D203 D202 โถงทางเข า D204 02 210-1 D202 D204 F04 C02 0.100.10

04 04

01 หองนอน-2 204 02F04 C02 4.45

0.10

0.20 02 02 DN 04 04

3.00

2 W305

02

1.001.00

33

3.00 04 0.30 4.40 1.60

0.100.10

2.20 2.20

02 02 01 01

1

ST-02

C B C

2.202.20

1.70 0.60 1.701.00 0.60

0.20

1.00

2

04 02 04

6

5

01

A2-01

A2-01 3 A2-01

A A

0.00

A2-01

A2-02

2.40

A

014.40 น โถงทางเดิ 4.40 210 04 F04 C04 04 D205 02 02 0202 02 D205 3.00 สวนแตงตัว 206งตัว สวนแต 01C02 F04206 F04 C02 02 02 02 02 02 โถงทางเดิ 3.00 น 02 โถงทางเดิ 210 น F04210C04 F04 C04 04 04

See Detial 3/A4-09 Typ.

0.90

A3-01

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

6.17

A

B

2 02

2.17

A3-01

02

CC02 A3-01 A3-01 44

3.00 0.30 1.60 หองน้าํ -2 203 04 04 F05 C03

01 G101 G101

3 01 1 A2-01 014.00 A2-01 4.00 2

ST-02

6.17

B

A C

3.80 รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

4.00 2.17

A

04

ST-02

A3-01 รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6" A3-01

1

02 17.00 3.00

C

A3-01

4

5

2 PE L 01S4 01

S E

A' B' A'

6.40

6.17 2.17

AA A3-01 B CB

04

อ205 งน้าํ -30204 02 หF05 205C03 F05 C03 02 0202D205 โถงทางเดิ น 3.00 210งตัว สF04 วนแต 3.00 206C04 F04 C02 02 02 02

2

01

หองน้าํ -2 203 F05 C03

2.40

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

1

17.00 3.00

3

หองน้าํ -3 205 F05 C03 4.40 3.00 04 04 02 D205

4

A S

0.00

A2-01 SLOOPE

2.40 4.00

4.00

6.17

2.172.17 4.00

6.176.17

C รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6" A B B B A3-01 รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6" AA A3-01 A3-01 A C B C A3-01 B

1

3.00

งตัว 22 สF04วนแต 206 C02 4.40 02 04 หองน้าํ -3

1.001.00 0.600.60

4.004.002.17

A

0.20

A3-01 A3-01 A3-01

02

0.200.20

A CBA

SLOPE SLOPE

6.17 2.17

เหล็กศรแหลมสําเร็จรูป เหล็กศรแหลมสําเร็จรูป A3-01

D207

11

4.00 หองนอน-3 207 F04 C02 4.4502

01 02 02 02 ระเบียง-2 หองนอน-3 208 207 D207 01 F02 C04 F04 C02 สวนไหวพระ D206 กั3.80 นสาด ระแนง-3 4.00 4.40 S-201 4.454.00 209 ราวกั น ตก-2 3.80 4.40 F07 C04 W203 F04 C02 0.20 1.20 0.70 1.20 SLOPE ST-02 01 02 01 01 02 01 0202 02 01 1.00 02 01 0.10 สวนไหวพระ D206 กันสาด ระแนง-3 1.20 1.00 02 209 S-201 4.40 02 F07 ยC04 ระเบี ง-2 หอW203 งนอน-3F04 C02 208ยST-02 207 ระเบี ง-2 SLOPED207 หองนอน-3 F023.80 208C04 207C02 4.00 D20701 F04 4.40 01 02 4.45 F02นC04 F04 C02 ราวกั ตก-2 4.40 Metal Flashing ราวกันตก-20.20 1.501.00 0.10Sheet4.45 0.70 0.20 1.20 0.70 1.00 01 02 02 02 01 02 02 02 01 4.00 สวนไหวพระ D206 กั3.80 นสาด ระแนง-3 01 D206 209 ส ว นไหว พ ระ กัS-201 นสาด ระแนง-3 4.40Metal Sheet Flashing F04209C02 F07 C04 1.50 W203 S-201 4.40 F07 C04 W203 F04 C02 SLOPE ST-02 SLOPE01 ST-02 01 02 01 01 02 1.00 0.10 Metal Sheet Flashing 1.00 1.20 1.00 0.10 1.20 1.00 3.80 4.00 See Detial 3/A4-09 Typ. Metal Sheet Flashing 1.50 Metal Sheet Flashing

0.90

A

B

4.00

A3-01

3.80 1.20 ระเบียง-2 208 F02 C04 4.40 ราวกันตก-2 01 0.20 0.70 SLOPE

6.17

B

4.00

A

2

02 SLOPE

01

0.90

B

4.00

1

1.20

A

A3-01 เหล็กศรแหลมสําเร็จรูป

BB

3.80

1.701.70

เหล็กศรแหลมสําเร็จรูป

3

หองน้าํ -3 205 F05 C03

4

A2-02

G101 01 01 01 01 01 01

1.001.00 5.00

SLOPE SLOPE

ถนนทางเขา S-101 F01 01- E 01 LOP SLOPE 01S 01

C

2

A'

O O

0.15 ทีจ่ อดรถ 101 F01 C03

0.15

พืน้ ดินถม พืน้ ดินถม

G101

5.805.80

SLOPE

6.40

2.40

88

A3-01

1

01

O A

S S

01 า ถนนทางเข S-101 F01 SLOPE

5.005.00

02 02 02 02

01

A'

0.50

02 02

01

0.50

02 02 W103 W103

0.50 0.25 D101 01 02 01 1.20 D101 01 02 01 02 01 02 โถงทางเดิน โถงทางเขา 01 กันสาด 110 111 โถงทางเดิน โถงทางเขา W101 กัS-102 นสาด F07 C04 F03110C02 F02111C02 S-102 F03 C02 F02 C02 W101 F07 C04 0.50 ระแนง-1 UP 03 0.50 01 01 ระแนง-1 UP 03 03 01 01 03 0.50 0.25 0.50 0.25 1.20 1.20

ทีจ่ อดรถ 101 F01 C03

พืน้ ดินถม พืน้ ดินถม พืน้ ดินถม 0.15 0.15

6.406.40

ST-01

77

พื0.15 น้ ดินถม

15.74 15.74

4.004.002.40

1.501.50 0.20 0.500.50

02 W103

01

01

4.00

02 01 W102 โถงทางเดิน 4.00 4.00 110 F032.00C02 2.00

0.20 1.50

02 สวนนัง่ เลน 02103C02 F03

01 15.74

พืน้ ดินถม

1.95

ST-01

0.15

6.40

66

ทางเดิน 101-1 F02 -

ทางเดิน 101-1 D101 01 ทางเขา F02 102 F02 C03 02 01 0.30 3.00 0.45 า กันสาด โถงทางเข 3.00 S-102 111 F07 C04 F02 C02 W101 1.20 1.20 0.50 ระแนง-1 UP 03 D101 02 02 0101 01 02 01 03 03 03 SLOPE 02 02 01 ทางเดิน SLOPE า 0.50 0.25 กันสาด โถงทางเดิน โถงทางเข 101-1น ทางเดิ S-102 110 111 า ทางเข 101-1F07F02 C04 F03 C02 F02 C02า W101 1.20 102 สวนนัง่ เลน ทางเข F02 F02102C03 W102 103ง่ เลน สวนนั F03103C02 UP W102 C03 03 F020.50 0.30 ระแนง-1 0.45 F03 C02 01 01 0.30 0.45 03 02

01

4.00

0.50 1.50

0.30 0.30

0.30

8

พืน้ ดินถม

0.500.505.80

CC

55

1.20

S P O P

15.74

2.402.40

0.300.30

BB

01 01

0.600.60 0.20

0.300.30

01 01

W103

2.00 W102

สวนนัง่ เลน 103 F03 C02

ทางเขา 102 F02 C03 0.45 03 SLOPE

1.95

01

4.00

0.30

02

3.00

7

1.20

03 SLOPE

0.300.30

33

CC A3-01 A3-01 44

0.20

0.30

2.00

0.300.30

22

0.60

0.30

2.10 1.20 4.00 3.0002 3.00 0.30 0.30 0.40สวนซักรีด 2.00 สวนเตรียมอาหาร 0.40 1.00 สวนรับประทานอาหาร 01 W105 104 105 106 0.15 F03 C02 F03 C02 F02 C03 D106 01 01 02 0.30 02 02 02 02 01 0.60 พืน้ ดินถม SLOPE 2.10 0.20 0.20 0.45 02 D105 D104 02 D103 01 02 3.80 17.00 ส ว นรั บ ประทานอาหาร ส ว นเตรี ย มอาหาร ส ว นซั ก รี ด 3.80 10417.00 105 106 04 0.15 D102 01W105 F03 C02 F03 C02 043.00 F020.55 C03 D106 1.20 4.00 3.00 ครั ว 4.00 3.00 ระแนง-2 1.200.30 107 0.55 3.000.40 1.00 2.00 0.60 พืน้ ดินถม 0.30 0.30 0.40 F02 C03 2.00 W104 0.30 0.30 0.400.45 0.40 1.00 01 0.20 0.20 01 D104 01 04 02 04 02D103 01 010202 D10501 02 01 01 02 02 02 02 01 01 01 02 02 01 02 2.00 02 04 SLOPE 1.20 01 D10201 02 01 2.10 04 02 0.55 SLOPE ครัว 2.10 4.12ระแนง-2 02 107 0.55หองน้าํ -1 หองระบบไฟฟา W104 ส ว นรั บ ประทานอาหาร สวนเตรียมอาหาร สวนซักรีด F02 C03 108 109 W105 104 106กรีด สวนซั สวนเตรี105 ยมอาหาร ประทานอาหาร 0.15 F01 C02 สวนรับF03 F03105C02 F05 C03 F02106C03 104C02 0.15 D106 01W105 01 04 02 01 F03 C0204 D106 0.30 F02 C03 F03 C0202 0.30 0.60 พื01น้ ดินถม 1.20 2.00 0.60 01 พืน้ ดินถม 0.20 0.20 0.45 4.12 0.20 0.20 0.45 D104 02 D103 01 02 D105 งน้ งระบบไฟฟา D104หอ108 01 02 D105 02าํ -1 หอD103 109 04 F0504C03 F01 C02 D102 01 04 0.55 D102 04 ครัว 01 0.55 ระแนง-2 107 ครัว 0.55 W104 ระแนง-2 F02107C03 0.55 W104 F02 C03 01 01 04 02 04 02 01 01 01 04 02 04 02 01 1.20 01 2.00 01 1.20 01 4.12 2.00 01 4.12 หองน้าํ -1 หองระบบไฟฟา 109 า หอ108 งน้าํ -1 หองระบบไฟฟ F05108C03 F01109C02 F05 C03 F01 C02

11

5 Floor Plan6

02

0.50

4

4.00

1.951.95

17.00

0.60

3

02

02

02

0.200.20

C

2.172.17

AA

A3-01 A3-01

01

A CAB

6.176.17

A3-01

02

3.00

8

PE PE SLOSLO

BB A3-01 A3-01 A

6.17 2.17

A

A3-01

B

01

4.00

6.17

01

4.004.002.17

A3-01

01

A3-01

3.00

7

PE SLO

B

4.00

A

2

2.00

01 SLOPE

3.00 0.40 1.00

6

PE SLO

A3-01

10.40

3.80

0.60

01

4.00

0.30

01

A

B

1.20 0.30 0.30

5 C

5.805.80

4 17.00

0.200.20

3

0.60

2

0.600.60

1 3.80

A2-02

2

A2-01

A2-01

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6" Metal Sheet Flashing

3

A2-01

4

A2-02

1

A2-01

N

1 : 100

1 : 100

ผังหลังคา 2

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Back View Rendering


Section

Metal Sheet Flashing หลังคา Metal Sheet พนฉนวน PU หนา 2" แปเหล็ก C ขนาดตามแบบวิศวกรรมโครงสราง

จันทันเหล็ก แปเหล็ก C หลังคา Met

จันทันเหล็กกลองขนาดตามแบบวิศวกรรมโครงสราง อะเสเหล็กกลองขนาดตามแบบวิศวกรรมโครงสราง รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

D203

D208

2.35

W201

02 หองอเนกประสงค 211 F04 C02 4.45

3.35

0.56

1.20 02

ระดับหลังอะเส ค.ส.ล. 7.80 01

10.15

01

โถงทางเดิน 210 F04 C04 4.45

1.00

4.40

D206

สวนไหวพระ 209 02 F04 C02 4.45

SLOPE 5°

W202

02 2.80

ราวกันตก-2

Metal Sheet Flashing

2.09

2.35

2.09

1.83

02

W203

W301

2.80

0.30 ระแนง-3 01

ระดับหลังอะเสเหล็ก 10.15

W302

0.93

Metal Sheet Flashing SLOPE 5°

W303

W304

W305

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

บัวปูนปน สําเร็จรูป ขนาด 10x15 ซม.

SLOPE 5°

SLOPE 5°

เชิงชายไมสงั เคราะห Smartwood ขนาด 23.5x300x1.8 ซม. ทําสีไมสกั

01

02

ระแนง-1

บัวปูนปน สําเร็จรูป ขนาด 10x10 ซม. 01

01

0.30

1.20

D102

04 D104 D103 หองน้าํ -1 หองระบบไฟฟา 108 109 F01 C02 04 F05 C03 0.60 0.55

D105

ครัว 107 F02 C03 0.55

01

4.00

3.00 17.00

2

3.00

3

W101

D101

โถงทางเดิน 110 F03 C02 0.60

3.00

1

02

3.85

01

01 0.15

02

02

0.50

4.00

4

01

0.45

0.15

ระดับพืน้ ชัน้ 1 0.60 ระดับทางเทาสาธารณะ 0.00

0.60

01

02 02

ST-01

01

3.20 3.00

01

04

ระแนง-2

3.05

เหล็กศรแหลมสําเร็จรูป

ระดับพืน้ ชัน้ 2 4.45

1.20

5

6

รูปตัด A 1 : 100

Metal Sheet Flashing หลังคา Metal Sheet พนฉนวน PU หนา 2" แปเหล็ก C ขนาดตามแบบวิศวกรรมโครงสราง จันทันเหล็กกลองขนาดตามแบบวิศวกรรมโครงสราง อะเสเหล็กกลองขนาดตามแบบวิศวกรรมโครงสราง

0.45

0.56

0.91

4.45

4.40

02

02

สวนเตรียมอาหาร 105 F03 C02 02 02 02 D106 2.10

สวนรับประทานอาหาร 104 F03 C02

สวนนัง่ เลน 103 F03 C02 02

4.40

บัวปูนปน สําเร็จรูป ขนาด 10x10 ซม.

01 ทางเขา 102 F02 C03

W102

3.35

ราวกันตก-1

10.15

4.45

D201

1.00

2.80

02

0.80

01

2.80

2.80

W105

02

ระเบียง-1 201 F02 C04

ระดับพืน้ ชัน้ 2 4.45

3.85

สวนซักรีด 106 F02 C03

02

02

หองนอน-1 202 F04 C02

02

4.40

02

หองน้าํ -2 04 F05203C03 04

03 01

0.60

0.45

0.30

0.15

0.60

01

0.30 0.15

04

4.45

4.40

01

04

02

02

หองนอน-2 204 F04 C02

3.05

1.00

D207

หองน้าํ -3 205 F05 C03

ระดับหลังอะเส ค.ส.ล. 7.80

01

02 หองนอน-3 207 F04 C02

บัวปูนปน สําเร็จรูป ขนาด 10x10 ซม. เหล็กศรแหลมสําเร็จรูป

3.00

02

02

01 ระเบียง-2 208 F02 C04

ราวกันตก-2

0.91

0.65

0.30

เชิงชายไมสงั เคราะห Smartwood ขนาด 23.5x300x1.8 ซม. ทําสีไมสกั

1.18

SLOPE 5°

SLOPE 5°

รางน้าํ สเตนเลส 304 ขนาด 6"

2.35

ระดับหลังอะเสเหล็ก 10.15

ระดับพืน้ ชัน้ 1 0.60 ระดับทางเทาสาธารณะ 0.00

1.20

4.00

1

3.00

2

3.00 17.00

3

3.00

4

4.00

5

1.20

6

รูปตัด B 1 : 100

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Site: 131 Soi Pahonyothin 1 (P. Lertluechachai, 2016)


Pahonyothin House

7-Storey Mixed-Use Building Year 2016 | Professional Project Position Architect | Techa Development Co., Ltd. Design Team Prapatsorn Lertluechachai (Individual) Responsibility Researh & Analysis Preliminary Design Design Development Approval Drawing Construction Drawing BOQ Supervisor Thongchai Tachaterakul Client 1. Thongyoi Paesuwan 2. Alina Paesuwan Location Bangkok, Thailand Site Area 328 sq.m. Building Area 972 sq.m. Finish Date 26th May 2017


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Design Approach In a densely populated city, Bangkok, Ms. Thongyoi and Ms. Alina Paesuwan have obtained a small piece of land to settle with an extended family. To provide earnings for the family, the two sisters decided to integrate their business: rental studio for commercial shooting, into the house. To provide a satisfactory solution for this challenging requirement within a limited ground, the design aims to maximize the usage area for the business while maintaining privacy and good living condition for the residence, and minimize the cost with flexible functioning and the use of advanced design technology. With the height limitation, the maximum number of storey is limited to seven. Only necessary functions, namely reception and parking, are placed on ground level. The studio on F2-F3 is provided for various types of commercial shooting with extra height of space and openings in the front and facilities in the back. The golden ratio is applied in all of the openings so that they could be decorated in various styles of backdrop for shooting. Four upper floors (F4-F7) of the building are the residence of the Paesuwan family designed according to different requirements of the occupants. The forth floor is a common area, including double height living-dining space and main kitchen, open to everyone in the family. Though there are differences in functional usage, floor heights, and design preferences of the occupants, the exterior of the building is harmonized by architectural elements such as balconies, columns, and the rhythm of openings.

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Height Limit

d Roa

Floor/Area Ratio (FAR) = 7:1

Residence Studio Reception Core

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Regulation Review

Programme Area

High Low SE

SW

NE

NW

Heat & Sunlight Analysis

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105


Building Diagram

The building core is minimized in size and maximized in efficiency under Thai regulations.

In the west, restrooms of the residence floors are exposed to sunlight to keep them dry while while acting as insulator for the bedrooms.

In the north, located the bedrooms with private balconies providing the distant sight of the front road. Common area of each floor is located in the east with balconies open to seasonal breeze.

The studio requires direct sunlight eastwards and westwards with extra hight for various types of shooting. Reception floor provides access to the residence and studio separately by assigning codes for each access.

The overall building mass reflects the design concept and functional usage area accordingly.

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107


Floor Plan

F7 | 140 sq.m.

Family 01 One Member

+

F6 | 146 sq.m.

Family 02 Three Members

+

F5 | 125 sq.m.

Family 03 Three Elders

+

F4 | 150 sq.m.

Family Guest

+

F3 | 68 sq.m.

Studio II Closeup to Full Shot

+

F2 | 150 sq.m.

Studio I Long Shot

+

F1 | 306 sq.m.

Reception & Parking 7 Lots

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Section A

devel

บริ ษัท เตชา ด

ชัน1 ้ ห้ อง 1 2 ถนนหลังสว TEL 0-65-8 E-mail: design@

PROJECT NA

ระดับหลังคาห้ องเครื่ อง 6.6



3.6

A4-37

3.30

ร ะย ะ

ห้อ งเครื่อ งลิฟ ต์ D803 804 F0 C0 บัน ไดหนีไฟ 80 F0 C0

D80

D80

ห้อ งถังเก็บ นํา้ สํารอง 803 F0 C0

ระดับพื ้นชันหลั ้ งคา ค.ส.ล. .86

0

06 ส่ วนแต่ งตัว 403 F05 C0

06 ห้อ งนอน 1 40 F05 C0

D50

ห้อ งนํา้ 504 F0 C03

 ห้อ งนํา้ 404 F4 C03

09 ห้อ งนํา้ 606 F C03

09

08 ห้อ งนํา้ 506 F0 C03

08

D605W603

D505 W503

D404

ครัว 405 F6 C0

06

โล่ ง

D506 ระเบียง 507 F0 C0

โล่ ง

บัน ไดหนีไฟ 64 F0 C0

บัน ไดหนีไฟ 5 F0 C0

D706

D707

ห้อ งนํา้ 406 F5 C03

โล่ ง

บัน ได 63 F0 C0

D607

โล่ ง

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  9.80

WS-

D608

D507

WS-

WS-

WS-

บัน ได 307 F0 C0

D30

D30

WS-

WS-

04

โล่ ง

บัน ไดหนีไฟ 08 F0 C0

3.34

บัน ได 07 F0 C0

D0

D0

WS- WS-

3.04

โล่ ง

บัน ไดหนีไฟ 05 F0 C0

D08

พืน้ ที่เ ก็บ ของ 09 F0 C0

.90

ลิฟ ต์ 06 F0 -

D07

โถงบัน ไดหนีไฟ 08 F0 C0 5.0

5.0

5.0

3

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 1 0.54 ระดับถนนสาธารณะ 0.00

4.45

4

5

รู ป ตัด A  : 00

109

A3-0

APPROVED B

....................... (อลินา

9.75

PROGRESS: F SCALE: :00 DRAWING NO

....................... (ทองย้ อ

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 2 3.4

0.54

.84

พืน้ ที่อ เนกประสงค์ 2 G0 F0 C0

นายธีรเ ภฟ

รูป

3.60

05 สตูดโิ อ 1 0 F9 C0

ELECTRICAL

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  0.6

.88

05

05

ดร.รวี งา ว

DRAWING TIT

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  7.0

W03

MECHANICAL

นายรุ่งเรือง ภ

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  3.68

D407

นายเท วนางสาวประ ภ-ส

SANITARY EN

WS- บัน ได 4 F0 C0

คุณทองย คุณอลิน

นายรุ่งเรือง ส

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  6.74

D508

OWNER:

STRUCTURE

WS- บัน ได 50 F0 C0

11 ซ.พหลโย เขตพญ

ARCHITECT:

WS-

บัน ไดหนีไฟ 4 F0 C0

บัน ไดหนีไฟ 308 F0 C0

3.06

บัน ไดหนีไฟ 70 F0 C0

D406

สตูดโิ อ 2 30 F9 C0 6.94

04

D05

04

ส่ วนซัก รีด 607 F0 C0

04 05

04

โล่ ง

3.06

ห้อ งนํา้ 604 F C03

D705 ส่ วนซัก รีด 706 F07 C0

0.60

04

06 ห้อ งนอน 2 50 F03 C0

D60

W703

3.06

06 ส่ วนแต่ งตัว 503 F03 C0

06 ห้อ งนอน  60 F06 C0

D703

WS-

3.06

06 ส่ วนแต่ งตัว 603 F06 C0

ห้อ งนํา้ 704 F C03

0

D70

บัน ได 709 F0 C0

3.60

ระเบียง 70 F7 C04

PAHON

SITE LOCATIO

WS-

.86 ความสูงอาคารตามกฎหมาย

ร่ นจา

กแ น

วถน

6.6

ระยะในแบบให ห้ ามนําไปใช้ ค โดยไม่ได้ รับอน


Section B

develop

บริ ษัท เตชา ดีเวลลอ

ชัน1 ้ ห้ อง 1 อาคารมิเ 2 ถนนหลังสวน แขวงลุม TEL 0-65-8058 FAX E-mail: design@techadev

3

หลังคา ค.ส.ล. S803 F08 6.6

PAHONYO

03 SITE LOCATION:

WS-

11 ซ.พหลโยธิน 1 เขตพญาไท ก

ระดับพื ้นชันหลั ้ งคา ค.ส.ล. .86

D708

OWNER:

คุณทองย้ อย แผ คุณอลินา แผ

3.06

WS-

06 ส่ วนนั่งเล่ น 705 F07 C0

03

ARCHITECT:

WS-

นายเทเวศร์ อ ว-สถ.  นางสาวประภัสสร ภ-สถ 1

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  9.80

WS-

06

ส่ วนนั่งเล่ น 609 F06 C0

W606

STRUCTURE ENGI

นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภ สย 2

3.06

06

ระดับหลังคาห้ องเครื่ อง 6.6 3.30

พืน้ ที่ซ่อ มบํารุงงานระบบอาคาร ห้อ งเครื่อ งลิฟ ต์ 80 804 F08 F0 C0 3.6

03 หลังคา ค.ส.ล. S80 F08 -

PROJECT NAME:

A4-37

03 WS-

MECHANICAL ENG

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  6.74

ดร.รวี งามโชคช วก.

WS- 06

โถงทางเดิน 508 F03 C0

8

A4-37

SANITARY ENGINE

นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภ ภส. 22

3.06

D509

03 WS-

ELECTRICAL ENGI

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  3.68

นายธีรเมตติ์ ฝ ภฟก. 1

WS-

WS-

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  0.6

WS-

05

05

03

โถงลิฟ ต์ 30 D303 F9 C0

WS-

................................ (อลินา แผ่สวุ

ระยะในแบบให้ ถือตา ห้ ามนําไปใช้ คัดลอก โดยไม่ได้ รับอนุญาต

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 2 3.4

0.60

ลิฟ ต์ 06 F0 -

03

พืน้ ที่อ เนกประสงค์  G03 F0 -

.88

WS-

06 ส่ วนต้อ นรับ 0 F0 C0

0.54

D0

................................ (ทองย้ อย แผ่ส

3.60

03

โถงลิฟ ต์ 03 F9 C0 D03

.90 .30

A3-0

APPROVED BY:

05

05

พืน้ ที่อ เนกประสงค์  G04 F8 C0

PROGRESS: For Co SCALE: :00 DA DRAWING NO. R

ระดับพื ้นชัน้  7.0

WS-3 0

รูปตัด

.86

03

3.60

0

DRAWING TITLE: 3.06

ส่ วนนั่งเล่ น 409 F04 C0 D408

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 1 0.54 ระดับถนนสาธารณะ 0.00

.00

6.00 7.00

A

B

C

รูป ตัด B  : 00

110


BIM Modelling: Building Structure

Wall Rebars

111

Footing F7, F4, F1

Stair Rebars


BIM Modelling: Water Supply & Drainage System

 : 5

V " V " V "

CW "

CW "

CW "

CW /"

V "

V "

CW /" V "

S "

คุณทองย้ อย แผ่สวุ รรณ คุณอลินา แผ่สวุ รรณ

ARCHITECT:

S "

นายเทเวศร์ อุตวิชยั ว-สถ. 461 นางสาวประภัสสร เลิศฤาชาชัย ภ-สถ 1661

Waste Water MECHANICAL ENGINEER:

SANITARY ENGINEER:

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 3 .

นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภมรพิทกั ษ์ ภส. 2023

V "

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: นายธีรเมตติ์ ฝากมิตร V "ภฟก. 1301

นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภมรพิทกั ษ์ สย 263 ดร.รวี งามโชคชัยเจริ ญ วก.633

SANITARY ENGINEER:

นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภมรพิทกั ษ์ ภส. 2023

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: นายธีรเมตติ์ ฝากมิตร ภฟก. 1301

แบบขยาย ห้ องนํ ้า-206,207

V "

V "

CW /"

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 2

STRUCTURE ENGINEER:

MECHANICAL ENGINEER:

ดร.รวี งามโชคชัยเจริ ญ วก.633

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 3 .

CW "

CW /"V "

131 ซ.พหลโยธิน 1 ถ.พหลโยธิน เขตพญาไท กรุงเทพฯ

OWNER:

STRUCTURE ENGINEER:

V " V "

V "

W " V "

นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภมรพิา ISOMETRIC ระบบระบายนํ ้ ทกั ษ์ห้ อ งนํา้ -206,207 สย 263

DRAWING TITLE:

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 2

S "

S "

S "

W " W "

W "

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 3 .

SITE LOCATION:

S "

นายเทเวศร์ อุตวิชยั ว-สถ. 461 นางสาวประภัสสร เลิศฤาชาชัย ภ-สถ 1661

Water Supply

ระดับพื ้นชัน้ 3 .

CW /"

คุณอลินา แผ่สวุ รรณ

ISOMETRIC ระบบประปา ห้ อ งนํา้ -206,207 แบบขยายระบบระบายนํา้ ห้ อ งนํา้ -206,207  : 5

CW "

W "

PAHONYOTHIN 

131 ซ.พหลโยธิน 1 ถ.พหลโยธิน

ARCHITECT:

V "

V "

S "

PROJECT NAME:

FCO- เขตพญาไท กรุงเทพฯ " W OWNER: " คุณทองย้ อย แผ่สSวุ รรณ  " W

V "

S "

W "

ชัน16 ้ ห้ อง 1603 อาคารมิเลนเนีย ทาวเวอร์ 62 ถนนหลังสวน แขวงลุมพินี เขตปทุมวัน TEL -5-858 FAX. -5-859 E-mail: design@techadevelopment.com

V "

SITE LOCATION:

FD

S "

บริ ษัท เตชา ดีเวลลอปเม้ นท์ จํากัด

E-mail: design@techadevelopment.com

PROJECT NAME:

PAHONYOTHIN 

V "

แบบขยายระบบประปา ห้ อ งนํา้ -206,207

V "

V "

S " W "

ชัน16 ้ ห้ อง 1603 อาคารมิเลนเนีย ทาวเวอร์

V " W "

S "

CW /"

S " FD

S "

W/ P-TRAP W/ P-TRAP

W "

งสวน แขวงลุมพินี เขตปทุมวัน V 62TEL"ถนนหลั -5-858 FAX. -5-859

V "

CW " CW "

V " W " W "

CW /"

W " FCO-

B

CW /" CW /"

W "

W "

development

บริ ษัท เตชา ดีเวลลอปเม้ นท์ จํากัด

CW "

V "

W "

CW /"

V "

A

CW /" CW /"

development

5

" CW

CW /"

" CW CW "

" CW

CW /"

CW /"

CW /"

CW /"

W "

5

DRAWING TITLE:

แบบขยาย ห้ องนํ ้า-206,207

112


BIM Modelling: Electrical System

Lighting

113

Power

Communication

CCTV


BIM Modelling: HVAC System

SPLITER DAMPER, GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET SAME GAUGE AS MAIN DUCT

SEE DETAIL 

EXPANSION SHIELD

developmen ELECTRICAL CONDUIT ELECTRICAL JUNTION BOX WITH RECEPTACELE OUTLET & SOCKET TYPE FUSE HANGER ROD GALVANIZED OR PAINTED (SEE SPECIFICATION)

บริ ษัท เตชา ดีเวลลอปเม้ นท์ จําก

AIR FLOW

AIR FLOW

ชัน16 ้ ห้ อง 1603 อาคารมิเลนเนีย ทาวเวอร์ 62 ถนนหลังสวน แขวงลุมพินี เขตปทุมวัน TEL -5-858 FAX. -5-859 E-mail: design@techadevelopment.com

MINIMUM SLOOPE .

ø MM. STEEL ROD

PROJECT NAME: HOLLOW CORE SLAB

AIR FLOW NON-CORROSIVE NUT AND WASHER

FAN CASING

C

CEILING TILE

HINGES (NON-CORROSIVE)

ø MM. STEEL ROD DETAIL 

FAN COVER COVER KNOB

EILING MOUNT TYPE) CEF.

DUCT SECTION W/INSULATION " THICK FIBERGLASS RUBBER ARE THICK NOT LESS THAN .7mm. ANGLE STEEL

DAMPER BLADE (DOUBLE THICKNESS)

LOCK SCREW

 or more

131 ซ.พหลโยธิน 1 ถ.พหลโยธิน เขตพญาไท กรุงเทพฯ

OWNER:

คุณทองย้ อย แผ่สวุ รรณ คุณอลินา แผ่สวุ รรณ

DUCT HANGER

ARCHITECT:

 or more

นายเทเวศร์ อุตวิชยั ว-สถ. 461 นางสาวประภัสสร เลิศฤาชาชัย ภ-สถ 1661

AIR FLOW 9 or more

5 or more

h

SUPPLY AIR

ANGLE STEEL

CEILING DIFFUSER

REFRIGERANT PIPE

MECHANICAL ENGINEER: ดร.รวี งามโชคชัยเจริ ญ วก.633

ชัน16 ้ ห้ อง 1603 อาคารมิเลนเนีย ทาวเวอร์ 62 ถนนหลังสวน แขวงลุมพินี เขตปทุมวัน TEL -5-858 FAX. -5-859 E-mail: design@techadevelopment.com

PROJECT NAME:



.5 SUPPORT

AIR FLOW บริ ษัท เตชา ดีเวลลอปเม้ นท์ จํากัด

AIR FLOW

SANITARY ENGINEER:

นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภมรพิทกั ษ์ ภส. 2023

BRANCH DUCT

PAHONYOTHIN 

5mm

RETURN AIR

DIFFUSER  OR  WAY SEE CEILING PLANS FOR SIZE REQ D

SLEEVE

< suction side >

UPPLY AIR

STEEL INSULATION STEEL ROD PIPE

ELECTRICAL CONDUIT

< F ront >

FAN COIL UNIT

5mm

EXPANSION SHIELD

นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภมรพิทกั ษ์ สย 263

PIVOT JOINT BRIDE GAGES REGULATOR development

ฝาปิ ด STAINLESS STEEL .5 mm. THK.



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STRUCTURE ENGINEER:

UNIVERSAL JOINT

5 or more

DAMPER  GAGES HEAVTER THAN DUCT

A AIR CUSHION FOR END DIFFUSER (" MIN. )

B

INSULATION SLOP .7 MAIN DUCT

LOCK NUT W/SPRING WASHER

5 or more 5 or more

5 or more

CONDENSING UNIT INSTALLATION

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: นายธีรเมตติ์ ฝากมิตร ภฟก. 1301

BRANCH131TAKE-OFF WITH SPLITTER DAMPER ซ.พหลโยธิน 1 ถ.พหลโยธิน SITE LOCATION:

DRAWING TITLE:

เขตพญาไท กรุงเทพฯ

F AIR CONDITIONER (CASSETTE TYPE)

//5 CB.CONDENSING UNIT (SEE SCHEDULE) WIRE (SEE SCHEDULE) -.5, G-.5 mm². 5/75V. IEC  ø / EMT FAN COIL UNIT

SW.

SITE LOCATION:

BRASS OR ALUMINIUM BUSHING

BRANCH TAKE-OFF FOR SUPPLY AIR DUCT

R ) CT

PAHONYOTHIN

STEEL ROD

PIPE HANGER

คุณทองย้ อย แผ่สวุ รรณ คุณอลินา แผ่สวุ รรณ

PIPE SUPPORT

ARCHITECT:

นายเทเวศร์ อุตวิชยั ว-สถ. 461 ALUMINUM FLAMINGเ นือ้ แข็ง วงกบไม้ " THICK ALUMINUM FILTER นางสาวประภั สสร เลิศฤาชาชั ย ภ-สถ 1661

EXPANSION BOLT & NUT ø /8"

SS . ANGLE

HARD INSULATION CLAMP

ROD ø /8" INSULATION ø /" THICKNESS

FOUNDATION ~ ~

~ ~

CONDENSING UNIT

SUPPORT VIBRATION ISOLATOR " THKS.

HIGHT 5 cm

G POWER SUPPLY DIAGRAM

Discharge

DUCT INSULATION

OMPONENTS ( OPTION )

CONDENSING UNIT

SERVICE VALVE

SLEEVE

SUPPLY AIR RETURN AIR

CONNECTION BOX FLEXIBLE CONDUIT FAN IMPELLER

APPROVED BY:

STEEL CONNECTION FLANGE

.................................................. (ทองย้ อย แผ่สวุ รรณ)

นายธีรเมตติ์ ฝากมิตร ภฟก. 1301

DRAWING TITLE:

รายละเอียดการติดตั ้ง

FRESH AIR GRILLE

EXHAUSTVentilation FAN (WALL MOUNT (/) FanTYPE) EF. Installation

.................................................. (อลินา แผ่สวุ รรณ) DUC

ระยะในแบบให้ ถือตามตัวเลขที่ระ ห้ ามนําไปใช้ คัดลอก หรื อทําสําเน โดยไม่ได้ รับอนุญาต

PROGRESS: For Constructions SCALE: : DATE: //5 DRAWING NO. REV TOTAL

ME--9 -

-

APPROVED BY:

SERVICE VALVE TO MAIN DRAIN FILTER & DRIER SIGHT GLASS SUPPORT

ME-- -

นายรุ ่งเรือง ธนาภมรพิ ทกั ษ์ " x " ALUMINUM CHANNEL ภส. 2023

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER:

INDUSTRIAL HIGH PRESSURE FAN (EF-(HIP.)) Condensing Unit Duct Insulation Detail ANGLE STEEL PIPE DRIVE SILP CEILING Installation EXPANSIONINSULATION SHIELD /" TK. SUCTION & LIQUID PIPE

ดร.รวี งามโชคชัยเจริ ญ วก.633 AIR FLOW

SANITARY ENGINEER:

REFRIGERANT PIPING CONDUIT & SUPPORT HANGER SYSTEM

EXPANSION SHIELD

(Gas.) Side GSuction UNIT INSTALLATION

C-CHANNEL

SHEET METAL DUCT

CONDENSING UNIT

PROGRESS: For Constructions SCALE: : DATE: // DRAWING NO. REV TO

MECHANICAL ENGINEER:

WATER PROOF CLOTH TAPE CONDUIT ø /" EMT. ALUMINUM FOIL CONDUCTOR LIQUID"PIPE THICK FIBERGLASS INSULATION

ANGLE STEEL

" THICK ALUMINUM FILTER

OPPOSED BLADE VOLUME DAMPER ( ADJUST DAMPER

STRUCTURE ENGINEER: INSIDE MECH RM. ) นายรุ่งเรือง ธนาภมรพิAIR ทกั ษ์FLOW สย 263 LOUVER ALUMINUM

INSULATION ø /" THICKNESS GAS PIPE

SERVICE VALVE

DISCONNECTING SWITCH (  - A. )

รายละเอียดการติด (/)

OWNER:

LOCK NUT & SPRING WASHER (NON-CORRSIVE. TYPE)

INSTALLATION OF AIR CONDITIONER (CEILING MOUNTED TYPE)

NON-FLAMABLE FLEXIBLE CONNECTION LOCK NUT & SPRING WASHER (NON-CORRSIVE.TYPE) MOUNTING FRAME

PIPE SUPPORT

...................................................... (ทองย้ อย แผ่สวุ รรณ) ...................................................... (อลินา แผ่สวุ รรณ) ระยะในแบบให้ ถือตามตัวเลขที่ระบุ ห้ ามนําไปใช้ คัดลอก หรื อทําสําเนา โดยไม่ได้ รับอนุญาต

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Satellite Terminal 1 (Office of Construction - Suvarnabhumi Airport, 2020)


Satellite Terminal 1 Suvarnabhumi Airport Year 2013 | Professional Project Position Junior Architect | Design 103 International Ltd. Design Team 1. Atischa Changsiripornpagorn 2. Jullanat Wannakowit 3. Kan Prukborwornpong 4. Kanokwan Masuwan 5. Panwad Tathikun 6. Patthariya Khueasanti 7. Prae Chaiwattana 8. Prapatsorn Lertluechachai 9. Yanee Laosooksri Responsibility Design Development Construction Drawing Structural Coordinator Project Architect Vichien Wongnimmarn Design Checker Kitti Atisook Project Manager Suwit Limthong Client Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited Location Bangkok, Thailand Site Area 321,300 sq.m. Building Area 216,000 sq.m. Finish Date 30th June 2014


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To enhance the capacity of the increased passengers from 45 million people per year to 60 million people per year, the extension of various transportations in Suvarnabhumi Airport is extensively necessary. Thus, a detached hub for aircrafts and supporting systems is developed as part of Suvarnabhumi Airport Development Projects.

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Joint Venture

MAA Consultants Co., Ltd.

Engineering Design & Drawing Project Documentation

Design 103 International Ltd.

Architectural Design & Drawing Interior Design & Drawing Landscape Design & Drawing

Hok, Inc.

Architectural Design Concept Interior Design Concept

Netherlands Airport Consultants B.V.

Airport Functional Design & Planning Apron Design Configuration Expertise

BNP Associates, Inc.

Baggage Handling System Design

Wise Project Consulting Co., Ltd. Engineering Consultant

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4

MBT APM STATION

2

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5 1

APM DEPORT

3 Design Package

1. Satellite Terminal 1 (SAT-1) 2. Apron & Taxiway 3. South Tunnel Extension 4. Automated People Mover (APM) System 5. Backage Handling System (BHS) 122


Passenger Flow The APM system on the underground level transports both arrival and departure passengers from the satellite building to the main concourse. Departure passengers are distributed to the gates on 3F, while arrival passengers gather to the APM system from 2F. On the other hand, transfer passengers are restricted between 2F and 3F without connecting to the APM system for security. Departure Flow

Arrival Flow

Transfer Flow

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Fixed Link Bridge Fixed link bridge (FLB) is designed to support aircraft parking upto Code F which is the heaviest transport aircraft such as BOEING 747-8 and AIRBUS A-380-800 catagorized by FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) and ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization). FLB provides three accesses to the heavy transport aircraft (Code E, F): one in the upper deck and two in the lower deck. For medium transport aircraft (Code C or smaller), parking space is available for two aircrafts per FLB and one access is provided for each aircraft in the lower deck. The height under FLB is also essential as it has to be sufficient for aircraft services such as maintenance and baggage transfer.

Code F Aircraft: Departure

Upper Deck Pax: Departure

Code F Aircraft: Arrival

Upper Deck Pax: Arrival

Lower Deck Pax: Arrival

Lower Deck Pax: Departure

MARS | x2 Code C Aricraft: 2 Departure

MARS | x2 Code C Aricraft: 2 Arrival

C2 Pax: Departure

C2 Pax: Arrival C1 Pax: Arrival

C1 Pax: Departure

MARS | x2 Code C Aricraft: 1 Departure 1 Arrival

C2 Pax: Arrival C1 Pax: Departure

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B1 - Platform Level BHS Area Passenger Area Service Area

B2 - Service Level Service Area

GF - Apron Service Level BHS Area Passenger Area Service Area Office Area

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2F - Arrival Level & Transfer Area Passenger Area Concession Area VIP/CIP Area Office Area Transfer Area Green Area

3F - Departure Level Passenger Area Concession Area Service Area

4F - Food & Beverage Level Passenger Area Concession Area Service Area

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90.00

E50

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90.00

E40

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90.00

E30

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90.00

E20

81.00

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E1

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Section B

Secti

Section E

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W10

90.00

W20

90.00

W30

90.00

W40

90.00

W50

W60

ion A

ion C

Section D

ion F

Section G

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Elevat

Elevat

Elevation 3

129


tion 1

tion 2

Elevation 4

130


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Satellite Terminal 1

The allocation of SAT-1 is parallel to the main terminal, connecting through the underground APM system.

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Project List Architect dwp (Design Worldwide Partnership) Bangkok, Thailand

PL

2018

Residential Project Yangon, Myanmar

2018

Project Vientiane, Laos

2018

Condominium

Design Development

Four-Star Hotel

Schematic Design

Residential Project

Schematic Design

Office Building & Hotel

Research & Analysis Preliminary Design

Chuan Chuen Villa, Bangkok, Thailand

2018

Sathorn Development, Bangkok, Thailand

2018

Freelance Architect Bangkok, Thailand

Warin House, Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand Private Residence

Research & Analysis Preliminary Design Design Development Approval Drawing Construction Drawing BOQ

Architect Techa Development Co., Ltd. Bangkok, Thailand

2017-2018 2017

2014-2017

Sasiya Modern Life, Udonthani, Thailand

2017

Sojourn @Silom 20, Bangkok, Thailand

2017

Saree Samui, Surratthani, Thailand

2017

Pahonyothin House, Bangkok, Thailand

2016

Sai-7, Nakornpathom, Thailand

2016

Suan-Pak House, Bangkok, Thailand

2015

Sukhumvit 64, Bangkok, Thailand

2014

Twin House

Research & Analysis Preliminary Design Design Development Construction Drawing

Hostel Renovation

Preliminary Design

Four-Star Hotel

Preliminary Design

Mixed-Use Building

Research & Analysis Preliminary Design Design Development Approval Drawing Construction Drawing BOQ

Townhouse

Masterplan Study

Private Residence

Research & Analysis Preliminary Design Design Development Approval Drawing Construction Drawing BOQ As-Built Drawing

Private Residence

As-Built Drawing

Junior Architect Design 103 International Ltd. Bangkok, Thailand

2013-2014

CP Land, Bangkok, Thailand

2014

Satellite Terminal 1, Bangkok, Thailand

2013

Office Building

Preliminary Design

Suvarnabhumi Airport

Design Development Construction Drawing Structural Coordinator


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