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Portfolio.


Tritip (Pond) Chayasombat Portfolio 2016

1 Architecture Redux. 2 I-Space Residence. 3 Project NL: Salvaging Desolation. 4 Project Oslo: The Great Expectations. 5 NVSC Office. 6 Prasart Private House. 7 WYNN Hotel. 8 OLV Production Studio.


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WORKSHOP JUL 2015 The Summer School Thinking City: Beyond Resilience an initiative of Foundation Thinking City in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions (AMS)

From Bangkok, TH, Currently lives in Delft, NL c.tritip@gmail.com tritipc.com +31 61 941 0409 Stalpaert van der Wieleweg 14, Delft, The Netherlands

FEB 2015 12 Acts of Demolition

The Berlage Theory Masterclass 2015 led by AMO/OMA I.Pestellini Laparelli, J.Bystrykh, S. Petermann. www.12actsofdemolition.com

NOV 2014 Architecture without Architects, Architects without Architecture

EDUCATION 2014 - 2016

The Berlage Design Masterclass 2014 led by B. van Berkel, C. Veddeler (UN Studio) T.Avermaete, H. Teerds (TU Delft)

MSc in Architecture and Urban Design, TU Delft The Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design Delft, Netherlands

MAY 2011 Flood City

2007 – 2012

Studio session with Momoyo Kaijima from Atelier Bow-wow at the Berlage, TU Delft.

EXPERIENCE Working at Atelier of Architects.

JAN 2014 – AUG 2014 ( 9 months ) S:CSB Company Limited Project Architect

AUG 2012 – DEC 2013

Workshop session with Ben van Berkel and Nanne de Ru at UNStudio.

B.Arch Department of Architecture 2nd Class Honored Faculty of Architecture Chulalongkorn University Bangkok, Thailand

Chulalongkorn University’s urbanism international workshop École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles (ENSAV)

( 1 year 5 months ) Atelier of Architects Company Limited Project Architect

FEB 2011 – APR 2011 ( 3 months ) Architect 49 Limited Intern

2009 – PRESENT

Freelance / Web designer

AWARD 100 Designs to Save the world 2nd place, Furniture category Competition by Siam Discovery, Siam Center and SCB Bank


EXHIBITION JAN 2016 Scenes From the Good Life Model making.

Thesis project exhibition BK Expo, TU Delft

JAN 2015 Project NL

Exhibition on Noordoostpolder, Oldambt and Westland Post Office, Rotterdam

Workshop session with Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli and Janna Bystrykh at OMA.

SKILLS

VOLUNTEER

Model making Hand drafting DSLR Photography AutoCAD Sketch Up Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Premiere Pro Adobe After Effects Adobe Dreamweaver Microsoft Office V-Ray Kerkythea Revit Rhino 3D Max

APRIL 2009 Pluak Pai Village’s Library

Chulalongkorn University, faculty of architecture annual volunteer camp to build facilities for rural-developments.

PUBLICATION At the volunteer camp.

FEB 2016 Common Ground

Article - Project publication on Oslo’s local newspaper (in process)

Architecture Redux: Standardization

Presentation - 20th-Century Architecture seminar class, New York institute of Technology

Book - Nine investigations into the forms, figures, tropes, and types of an architectural goodness

LANGUAGE Thai (Native) English Japanese

CV.

JAN 2016 Scenes From the Good Life


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Architecture Redux. Academic Project The Berlage, TU Delft

Thesis Advisor Atelier Bow-Wow Ido Avissar Salomon Frausto Thomas Weaver Mauricio Freyre

Date Feb 2015 - Feb 2016

In Thailand, the most common architectural project you will find is a high-rise living development. At the peak of a consumerist society, the collective aim of Thai people is to reach a better-than-good life fed by advertising. To answer this desire, these developments disregard the natural evolution of an architecture that is unique and suitable in a Thai context in favor of Westernized and luxurious style. In such a prescriptive and predetermined system, all real estate developers go for “maximumprofit” feasibility by using easy, fast and standardized construction methods. Consequently, inhabitants must adapt to ‘minimum-required’ artificial contexts.

started with a “municipality designed” and self-approved set of drawings that the client brought to us, asking for beautification, satisfying the taste of their target group. The building was finished in 2014, though it turned out very different to what we had in mind. Due to budget cuts and logistical difficulties along the way, all design elements were removed or replaced with basic methods and materials. Only a few wealthy clients can match our high ambition, since not everybody can afford an architect’s dream. Because of this experience, I find that the most interesting point of departure is to deal with architectural components. They contain so much potential to exert influence beyond just one building. Therefore, I focus on the always neglected and underestimated part of our work. In particular, on seven important components: floors, walls,

The proposal reflects on these high-rise developments and their architectural elements. It is based on a case study, the I-Space Residence that I designed with Atelier of Architects in 2012. Working as a project architect, I had an opportunity to witness the whole process of a developer-driven imagination. It all

ceilings, shadings, railings, doors, and windows.

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Architecture Redux.

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The Climatic Context

The selected components went through a series of experiments structured into categories which, throughout my working experience, had a significant influence on the design. These categories are: aesthetics, climatic context, standardization, relations, and economics. I then observed their performance and their repercussions for living conditions.

The Aesthetics is a study developed through a series of perspectives that vary from different points of view, which are the architect, the developer, the contractor and the inhabitant. Each party has their own interests, therefore their own particular way of rendering reality.

The Climatic Context is a study on the components’ performance affected by natural influences, which always play a huge role in developing Thailand’s built-environment.The parameters used are humidity, pressure, light and temperature.

The Standardization

The Relation

The Economics

The Standardization is an act of ‘standardizing’ the knowledge from intuition and years of experiences,However, to exclude all subjective opinions and predetermined results, I chose a set of existing design components from other regional concerned architectural firms to be the variables for the experiment.

With The Relation, I observed the performance of each component in relation to others. While 2D drawings serve for measurements, 3D drawings allowed me to test the desired interaction. The study helped determine the importance of each change and to see how much and in what way it really affects the quality of the space.

The Economics: Taking all the studied components into account, any final decision comes down to the numbers. The sheet focuses on the overall budget of the project, due to the undeniable fact that the big crunch number is what the clients are looking for. Then, zooming in to each component’s detail to see what type, material, scale and labor costs really affect the whole.

The Matrix.

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Exhibition by Tritip C. at the BK Expo, TU Delft

The Complete Matrix

From the experiment, I concluded that there is no one true answer to my initial hypothesis, but rather a chain of possible events. It also proves that the whole process is subverted by implementing small changes to a standardized component. Whether it is a window, a ceiling, or the position of a unit in the building, it guarantees a better performance of the same ordinary building.

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Architecture Redux.

Presenting the thesis project to guests in the Scenes From the Good Life exhibition, January 2016. Guests from left to right: Nader Vossoughian (NYIT), Christine Hawley (The Bartlett), Diederik de Koning (TU Graz) and Martino Tattara (Dogma)


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and budget.

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Architecture Redux.

Scenario A: Luxury Drawing by Tritip C.

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Architecture Redux.

Drawings by Tritip C.

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Modifying manufacturing catalogues.

Assemble the project pieces within the BIM system (Revit).

Exploring advertisements influence through common market strategies.

All show the extent to which the effects can spread, from one single unit, to the whole building, and perhaps, to a building designed by another architect, and maybe, in time, to another one after that, somewhere else. Even if each scenario has different focal points, they all share an improved living quality. At the same time, they respond to the client’s financial concerns and contractor’s limited skill sets, and most importantly safeguard an architect’s personal design agenda.

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Architecture Redux.

A documentary film by Tritip C.

Models by Tritip C. For full documentary : https://vimeo.com/152306228


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* This project is the case study for Architecture Redux.

Site visit on November 26, 2014

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Professional Project Atelier of Architects

Location Bangsean, Thailand

Date Sept 2013 - Dec 2014 * Finished

Project Team Salyawate Prasertwitayakarn Narongdet Wongwanchai

Detail design on the building’s facade, made from aluminum frames and sheets. Made specially for hiding CDU units.

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I-Space Residence.

I-Space Residence.


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Site visit on December 13th, 2013

Site visit on June 12th, 2014

Site visit on November 26, 2014

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Post-occupancy interview with a tenant: Mr.Kan Jiraphan, who bought the property for a speculative sub-rent.

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I-Space Residence.

Advertised on http://w w w.lnwmarket.com/

Site visit on November 26, 2014


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Section of a decayed Oldambster farm with steel-bracing cubes that can be inhabited. Drawing by Tritip C.

Project NL:

Academic Project The Berlage, TU Delft

Salvaging Desolation

Date Aug 2014 - Feb 2014 Location Oldambt, The Netherlands Project Advisor Sanne van den Breemer David van Severen Nelson Mota

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This is a minimum intervention to help maintain the gloriousness of the Oldambtster farms. Modular cubes that act as bracing structure helping these wooden frames stand tall amidst its decay. Preserving the most important qualities of the farm, its spatial interior space which is uniquely massive, and what it represents to the society. The modular system keeps it efficient to pre-fabricate and assemble, making it possible at minimum manufacturing and investment. It can be expanded and add over time depending on the

amount of user and space needed. The contrast of the old and new material help dignifies the original architecture. Creates multiple appropriate-able spaces for the community. The hierarchical layers that used to play an important role in the society to the point where it was projected on these buildings are all gone. It is time to redefining the relationship between landscape, architecture and people. The plug-in inhabitable units are penetrating inside the decomposed-

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barn in order to experience the space, reframing boundaries and unobjectifying architecture placed upon scenery. Turning from admiring each other from afar to truly appreciate its co-existence.

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Floor plan of a decayed Oldambster farm with steel-bracing cubes that can be inhabited. Drawing by Tritip C.

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Project NL: Salvaging Desolation.

The progression of the type. Drawing by Tritip C.

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Project Oslo:

The Great Expectations. Academic Project The Berlage, TU Delft Date Feb 2015 - May 2015

Norway, the wealthiest welfare state in the world, develops its capital, Oslo, mostly through market driven projects which form a “patchwork urbanism” with little regard to its context. “Densification through public transport” has been the most popular way of developing the city. By public transportation nodes, surrounding areas can be built denser and higher, creating islands of imported urbanity of a scale previously not familiar to Oslo. The most chaotic spot of this development situated in the far left of the selected site. Situated as a threshold from the outside world into Oslo, it is the first impression a visitor would receive comparing to there own imagination in mind: the most typical Norwegian scenery of highly civilized life living among forrest, hills and fjords, proves to exist not within the center of Oslo but rather elsewhere. Stepping into the reality, the gate to Oslo consist of various types of infrastructures are tighten up as a huge knot. With the aim to be the most effective transition space, the result from that process turn to be the completely opposite. Exiting the roll of public transportation user

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Location Oslo, Norway Project Advisor Marcus Kempers Jonas Norsted to a pedestrian point of view, it is extremely complicated for them to navigate between one point to another. Cars, buses, trams,

trains and metro station

exits are put together in multiple redundant ways and sometimes even contradicting each other. The ground floor occupied by cars and buses as the main priority, while the people who stepping out of them has to take multiple detours to get over all kinds of barrier. The distance can take up to three times it should be and the experience is not very pleasant. The proposal aim to cleaning out the infrastructure complications by introduces a plaza that acts as a common ground for diverse islands that are meeting within the area. It is an explicit node giving each type of transportation a clear path in both horizontal and vertical connections. It is situating itself in a straightforward manner enough for pedestrian to orient themselves and navigate through and around it. As a point of entering the city, it is not only a gate of physical transition but also a metaphorical one, leading a visitor from a concrete jungle to the real spirit of Oslo.


Project Oslo: The Great Expectations.

The new exit for Oslo’s central station. Drawing by Tritip C.

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Site visited in February, 2015. Photographed by Piergianna Mazzocca.

The Gate of Oslo

The Gate of Oslo

Site situation as of February 2015.

The first impression exiting from central station. ‘The Gate of Oslo’ Perspective View

Survey Portrait

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The Oasis

The Oasis

The Gate will lead pedestrians to ‘The Oasis’ or the new transportation hub surrounded by true nature spirit of Norway.

The Oasis consists of tram stations, ferry stops, metro stations and passageway to car parking underground. Perspective View

Overview

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Project Oslo: The Great Expectations.

Drawings by Tritip C.

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Professional Project Atelier of Architects Date October 2013 - Feb 2014 Location Bangkok, Thailand

NVSC Office

Owner Intachai Family

A renovation and extension project for the Intachai family. It includes an extension of a fitness room and an office space. “Never Say Cutz� was a street fashion brand that inspired us to design a unique space, setting it apart from the existing surroundings. The construction finished in the end of 2014.

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NVSC Office.

Project Team Salyawate Prasertwitayakarn Jarunee Tippunok


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Prasart Private House.

Floor plan designed by Nakorn S. and Tritip C. Drawing by Tritip C.

Professional Project 84/48 Studio

Project Team Nakorn Sattaworakul

Date May 2014 - Present

Interior Designer Sukanat Hirantiaranakul

Location Surin, Thailand

Engineer Theerapat Sukumolchan Thanakorn Eksongkiat Raviwan Thiwawong Suthida Sirimangkla

Owner Suthichai Wuttidamrongrak

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Collaborating as a freelance architect with Nakorn Sattaworakul under the name 84/48 Studio, we design a private house for the Wuttidamrongrak family. The house consists of 2 floors for 5 members. I took part in brainstorm-

ing design details, meeting with the clients, produce all working drawings and site visits. The house is now under con-

struction at 75% and expected to finish by the end of 2016.


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3D model and rendering by Tritip C.

We hide the parking garage away from the entrance of the house and create a drop-off space with cantilevered canopy.

Prasart Private House.

With strong sun beams all year round, we created a semi-outdoor space for everyday recreation activities. The terrace’s roof reduces direct sunlight on the west side of the house.

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Site visited on October 14, 2015

Overview.

Living room area with outdoor terrace above a fish pond.

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Stairs design.

Prasart Private House.

Site visited on November 10, 2015

Site visited on November 10, 2015

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Drop-off in the entrance area.

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Sweet Museum. Professional Project Atelier of Architects

Owner Wankanai Co.,Ltd.

Date Nov 2013 - Present

Project Team Wuttinun Jinsiriwanich, Charinee Artachinda Atelier of Architects Co.,Ltd. all(zone) Limited L49 Co.,Ltd. miniBIG Limited

Location Suphanburi, Thailand

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The Sweet Museum is where “Wangkanai”, Thailand’s major sugar company, expands their business to education. This project is a collaboration among local people, various design teams and us as architects. As a project architect I participated in the whole process from

brainstorming between all designing teams, researching, analyzing, mass studying, detailing to create a full package of the drawings. The

project is currently at the creating the working drawings and expected to start bidding by 2017.

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Situates in front of Wankanai’s factory building. The entrance located inside sugar-cane fields which, by going through the exhibition route, the visitor will end with the factory’s overview. The museum represents a bridge that connects the outside world to the sugar-making industry.

Sweet Museum.

3D model by Tritip C. / Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

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Second Floor : The Exhibition and terrace

First Floor : Landscape and Entrance.

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Second Floor : Roof and service area.

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Side Elevation

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Model by Pennapa O., Lakpong S., Methas P., and Tritip C.

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Sweet Museum model made from foam board, plastic sheets, printed acrylic as facades and toothpicks as sugar cane fields.

Sweet Museum.

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3D model by Tritip C. Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

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Drawing by Tritip C. and Pennapa O.

3D model by Tritip C. Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

Metal facade detail

The upper box is cladded by weather rusted steel sheet, with the box shaped punch out to resemble the sugar crystal.

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มาตราส่วน 1:250 ใน A1 มาตราส่วน 1:500 ใน A3

Steel 3D model by Tritip C. Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

Lighting Lighting tube

Wood

Concrete podium

Lighting fixture in sugar cane field detail.

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Sweet Museum.

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3D model by Tritip C. Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

WYNN Hotel. Professional Project Atelier of Architects Date Jun 2013 - Present

Drop Off

Drop-off to check-in area. Perspective

Location Kanchanaburi, Thailand Project Team Salyawate Prasertwitayakarn Jarunee Tippunok 40


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TOT

WYNN hotel located in Kanchanaburi province with 102 rooms focused on business travelers. I participated from kick-off meeting with the clients, team discussion on EIA qualifications, designing the master plan and shaping the building form to maximum capabilities.

EXTENSION AREA 2,664 Sq.m.

ไร่ 1 งาน 68 ตารางวา

Master Plan 1: 750

DWG NO.

EIA

Diary Suite Hotel Kanchanaburi

Atelier of Architects Company Limited

Design Development 4 19 May 2014

24/3 Kasemsan 1 Rama 1 Bangkok 10330 Thailand T. 66.2.612.3835 F. 66.2.612.4691 Email aofainfo@gmail.com

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CDU 2 Unit

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Janitor

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Service Station

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CDU 9 Unit

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CDU 8 Unit

ห้องปั๊มน้ำ +75

Transformer

UP. DN.

ห้องเครืองไฟฟ้า

Standard 328 ห้องไฟฟ้า +75

CDU

+75

Typical floor plan.

พื้นที่เตรียมงาน ห้องน้ำหญิง +75

ห้องน้ำชาย +75CDU

CDU

ห้องแต่งตัว +75

DW

ห้องซักผ้า +75 ห้องเบเกอรี่ +75

+75

Standard 327

Standard 326

ห้องเก็บของ ห้องเจรจาธุรกิจ แม่บ้าน และห้องประชุมย่อย +75 +75

ห้องน้ำ ห้องน้ำ พนักงานหญิง พนักงานชาย +75 +75 ห้องอาหาร พนักงาน +75 ห้องเซิร์ฟเวอร์ +75

ห้องควบคุมไฟฟ้า +75

ผู้จัดการ ห้องผู้จัดการ ห้องผู้บริหาร ฝ่ายบัญชี +75 +75 +75 สำนักงาน แม่บ้าน +75

ห้องทำงาน +75

UP

ห้องน้ำหญิง ห้องน้ำชาย +75 +75

เวที

ส่วนตอนรับ ส่วนลงทะเบียน

ห้องประชุม พนักงาน +75

ห้องเก็บของ +75 โถงลิฟต์ +0.75

ห้องพยาบาล +75 ห้อง พยาบาล

UP

ห้องเก็บของ +75

DN UP

ห้องปั๊มน้ำ สระว่ายน้ำ+75

UP

ห้องขยะ +75 สวน +00

สำนักงาน ส่วนซ่อมบำรุ่ง +75

Standard 320

Standard 321

ห้องจัดเลี้ยง

ห้องเก็บของ

+75 Standard 322

400 ที่นั่ง +75 Standard 323

ห้องเก็บอุปกรณ์ +75

พื้นที่ตอนรับ ก่อนเข้างาน

Standard +75 324

Standard 325

สวน +00

พื้นที่รับแขก +75

สวน +00

อ่างน้ำเย็น อ่างน้ำร้อน

พื้นที่เตรียมอาหาร +75

สระว่ายน้ำ -1125

สวน +75

UP

ที่จอดรถรับ-ส่ง +00

ห้องอาหาร 104 ที่นั่ง +75

พื้นที่ร้านค้า 2 +75 พื้นที่ร้านค้า 1 +75

ส่วนซ่อมบำรุ่ง +75 ห้องเก็บของ +75

พื้นที่ร้านค้า 3 +75

พื้นที่ล้างตัว +75 ห้องน้ำหญิง ห้องออกกำลังกาย +75 ห้องน้ำชาย

สวน +75

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จัดสวน

Room types.

3rd Floor Plan 1: 300

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WYNN Hotel.

CDU 8 Unit

Standard 319

CDU

CDU

CDU CDU

CDU

Checked AA


Designed by Salyawate P, Jarunee T. and Tritip C. 3D Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

Designed by Salyawate P, Jarunee T. and Tritip C. 3D Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

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Interior design: Looby area. Lobby Perspective

Interior design: Dining area.

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Perspective

Suite Type

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WYNN Hotel.

Designed by Salyawate P, Jarunee T. and Tritip C. 3D Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

Designed by Salyawate P, Jarunee T. and Tritip C. 3D Rendering by Jomphon Penvijit.

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Interior design: Spa area.

Interior design: Hotel rooms.


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OLV Production Studio.

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Site visit in March 2015.

A small production studio in the center of Bangkok. It consists of 4 multi-purpose boxes attached with full equipped staff area. I participated in client meet-

ings, preliminary design phase and facade design details which made entirely

Professional Project Atelier of Architects

with local brick tiles, patterned in Thai numeric letters.

Date Feb 2013 - Mar 2015 Location Bangkok, Thailand

Project Team Salyawate Prasertwitayakarn Narongdet Wongwanchai

Interior of two studios space that can be connected as one.

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OLV Production Studio.

Owner MYT Studio Co.,Ltd.


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