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YANISA CHUMPOLPHAISAL Undergraduate Portfolio International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA) BSc Chulalongkorn University Class Of 2013

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Yanisa’s work questions impermanence in architectural manifestation and style. As meaning, function, program and taste are all very fickle and variable; Her architecture rather cherishes ephemeral light, air, wind Which is all much more stable and consistent.


YANISA CHUMPOLPHAISAL Undergraduate Portfolio International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA) BSc Chulalongkorn University Class Of 2013

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Cv Architecture Studio

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Ephemeral School Of Architecture

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Harlem Beer Factory

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Transit Library

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Paul Rudolph

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Urban Design Studio

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Art Of Capital

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Midtown East Rezoning

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Design & Installation

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Territorial Experimentation

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Travelling Soundbox

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Mapping Human Movement

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Some Place Else

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CHUMPOLPHAISAL Education 2010-2013

Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Architecture, International Program in Design and Architecture

2002-2009 2004-2008

Ekamai International School Saint Joseph Convent (English Program)

oversea practices Jan-Aug 2013 Urban Design Exchange Program Parson, The New School for Design, New York City, USA Victoria Marshall, Brian Mcgrath, and Paul Goldberger Jul-Aug 2012 Introduction to Architecture Columbia University, New York CIty, USA Daniel Talesnik and Alejandro de Castro Mazarro May-Jun 2012 Z-Shellter, Design for Community Gokarna, India INDA: Fracoise Roche, Ezio Blasetti Jun-Jul 2011 Bang, Design Build INDA & PROGRAM Berlin, Germany Carson Chan, Yarinda Bunnag and Will Patera Jun-Aug 2007 Chinese language camp Taiwan OCAC

work experience 2009-Current Freelance in Graphic design and Packaging 2011-Current Music Event and Installation Organizer with Welcome Deaf 2012 Script writer in Faculty Annual Play, 2499

skills Language Thai English Chinese

design Software:

Rhinoceros Grasshopper+Vray Sketchup Pro Autodesk Autocad Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Sony Vegas Pro

Native Proficient Beginner

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EPHEMERAL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

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Term: SPRING, 2012 Course: ARCH v School: INDA I n s t r u c t o r s : YA R I N D A B U N N A G W I L L P ATER A Site Location: F a c u lt y o f A r c h i t e c t u r e C h u l a lo n g k o r n U n i v e r s i t y P h yat h a i R o a d , B a n g k o k

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RECONSIDERING ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL: IS A RENOVATION PROJECT 13 13


Rumours: The building is weary, from the burning sun, from the angry storm From sheltering, Its growth and extension have clogged its arteries, leaving disconnections From sheltering: it sheds its skins, reconnects its bones Over and over it endures new meanings, new life The building is weary, for it has lived more than decades They say the renovation awakens its spirit This time, they say it breathes anew. Its eyes adjust to light Its skin feels the breeze through its numb skin like pores that open Its throat thirsty for rain The building awakes to celebrate life Cheating death , suppressing the pain it has endured To celebrate the ephemeral Nature that tortures and decays. The only request for inhabitant is to keep its internal undisclosed It wishes not to be captured Some says the community wishes to keep it sacred Some say there is a hidden intention Narrator: After years of reconstruction, the faculty reopened during summer 2014, but all doors were found shut, sealed with solid concrete. The unknown architect left no record of their intention other than the space itself. No paper trail. People who came out all described the place differently, like they’ve been swallowed and digested in organs of a beast. Journals of the first few who discovered the spatial fragments become precious artifacts, for the observers did not know what to expect. Going through the fragments, one sees how it shelters, one sees how they are sheltered. They go through a series of passages, fragments that expose them to the building’s footings and through new and old traces of animated events the building routinely withstand.


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This renovation project is interested in how architecture falls into timely fashion despite its seemingly permanent quality. It questions the idea of impermanence in architectural manifestation. Once built, a building counts down toward expiration date, being replaced. How architecture school could resist the ever-changing style or even persists death is the topic of exploration.

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Shattered like partial organs, the following people are among the first who witnessed the building’s life

inhibitor no. 1 Wachira, Visiting Lecturer

21 June, sunny day in Summer,

The director appointed me at the auditorium. Upon arrival, I found that all entrances to the faculty were sealed. Solid concrete masses in the place of what were once voids. It left me no choice but to enter from the first underground passage on the opposite side of the building. At the entrance, the guard demanded that I surrender my camera and cell phone. I resisted, trying to talk my way into keeping my possessions. He did not budge. There was a (glass) case of phones to which mine was tagged and added. I descended the dark stairs, completely removed from the exterior, and found a giant fortress of light. The light shone

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through numerous apertures, more intense in the west. Through the aperture shine shattering rays of orange dusk. People appeared as shadows and silhouettes. Through the exhibition space where noises of crowd grew louder, I ascended to the next floor. Then to the auditorium, it wassilent peaceful, opened its side towards the banal street from which I just walked. The auditorium was like a surveillance camera, scrutinizing with its gaze, where each new visitor to the faculty was exposed. The sunset,the traffic, the mu-ping all on display in the empty auditorium. Seeing what the building saw, not needing a camera to reproduce, the moment embedded in my memory.


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Inhibitor no. 2 Pitchapa, Student 14 December morning

This was the first time that I parked my car in the underground. There were not many other cars around because the school was still closed, but we were all directed to park in an array, encircling an arena-like platform. Cars light lit up toward the pool. When tuned to the school frequency, the sounds within different fragments of school were broadcasted into individual automobile. One perceives the reluctantly blank space with different dubbed ambience. Opening the door upon a closer inspection, I began to see pools of undulating sand. On one end, there was a series of ventilating

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fans of the garage. Another side was an opening to the ground floor carrying a staircase. I saw traces of wind pronounced along the curvilinear surface of the sand. I went up the stairs to register for the new semester, through a new passage that daringly cut through the whole building diagonally. The passage channeled the wind from one courtyard to another. Perhaps the wind has corroded the building into this form. Toward the end of the tunnel, I felt as if someone was gazing at me. Maybe it was just a feeling. I turned and saw only smokes rising from the next building, diffusing into cumulus clouds.


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PERMANENTLY EPHEMERAL QUALITY

As Meaning, function, program and taste are all very fickle and variable; the building cherishes ephemeral light, air, wind which is all much more stable and consistent. Instead of sheltering, closing from them, it celebrate the change of air, and light from day to day, leaving inhibitor experiencing the ephemeral quality of environment a building tolerates routinely.

Architecture school is a special kind of building which cultivate builder of all buildings. According to the narrative told, user experience building’s lives, and breath. The memory of it can be transfer through every medium but a captured photo. Thus, the following archives are images of traces of memory built closest to reality to leave as a legacy.

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Inhibitor no.3 Pratan, Students

1st October evening

I’ve been told about the tunnel discovery my friend has found. But I had to see the place myself, for they forbid camera. I was going to the library for my thesis that day. Through the third grand entrance, the opposite of the sealed entrance, I surrendered my communication tool to the storage cell. Going through the dark room, the room shut environment from outside completely, sound, sight, feelings, leaving only smells of dried clay. The statue floated in the dark room hanging on the level it used to be in the atrium. The narrow passage, contained forest of wood column that doesn’t touch the ground. Underneath it seems to be traces of constant erosion.

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Up on the ground was the library. I saw transparent column curating nothing but air. The freshmen were dancing chanting madly on the courtyard. On the moment I was about to grab a book, the hollow tube gulped up shower of the sudden rain into the interior space of library. The slanted glass roof vibrated like it would shatter, creating loud sound like a bullet trying to penetrate the wall. For some times it becomes rather meditative. Is the building enjoying, is it hurting, I’m not sure. People began to gather around the tube to sink into their own books. I stare out into the window and the freshmen were gone.


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To View Narrative Video Footage, visit:

http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=oyOrPi7aOqQ OR CD attagched

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narrative video footage


inhibitor no.4 Varit, Student

20th January morning

I’ve inhabited the building for a while now, but it still seems grotesque, full of pipes and ducts. My usual schedule during evening even makes my studio less lively. After a month in the new Interior studio, one day a substitute class at 7.00 am, a passages was directed to specific moments of light. Itwas suddenly bathed with morning beam radiating so brilliantly I wanted to capture the moment of how the space changed. I began to sketch, but it passed by so quickly. I began to follow the light and found otheraisle of similar quality. The most bizarre one was full of condenser units hanging on the wall, blowing heat

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out into the narrow slits like a trophy showcase. I followed the mechanism of the building into the atrium where all pipes and ducts gather penetrating every level, leaving a cutting mark of the building inside exposed. The pipes, the ducts revealed its respiratory system, its machine that had control the ephemeral exterior atmosphere from the studio, almost timeless and controlled, never feeling the weathering, the pain. To the top floor finally was where all the ducts reach their central. Going through the veins of the beast, Here, I’ve found the best spot in the campus, with ducts inhaling the same air as my breath; my coffee began to trickle down my throat.


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physical model

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The building wished that its short-lived lives would be remember and archived through collective fragmented memory. A memory of which is process through all sense. The description of building will resonate from memory to memory Through drawings through sketch or even whispering gossips Until stories are told and accumulated as ritual, It will keep on its celebration of pain and its acknowledged fate

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HARLEM BEER FACTORY

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Term: Summer, 2012 C o u r s e : I nt r o t o A r c h i t e c t u r e School: GSAPP, Co lumbia I n s t r u c t o r s : D a n i e l Ta l e s n i k , A l e j a n d r o d e C a st r o Site Location: 125th, Lenox Avenue, Harlem, New York, USA

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The project aims to relocates industrial building back into Manhattan dense urban fabric. It reintegrates itself as an integral part of city infrastructure. Squeezing itself amid capitalist urban, it proposes a new scale and questions the polarization of urban and industrial suburban. The beer factory reinvents itself as an entertaining public space. It can change the modernist failure by decreasing distance of transportationbetween zoning and so energy consumption. Just like retro fashion, the project is a revised retrospect of Le Corbusier’s ‘building as a machine’. It enjoys the fun of fashion in an architectural sense and exploits machine aesthetic in its structure and circulation.

The site given at 125th street, Lenox Avenue, in Harlem District, is quickly changing from a gritty highcrime rate neighborhood to a gentrified jazz nightlife scene. The site is sandwiched by on one side, a vibrant street life neighborhood and on another, a big enclosed mall. The huge mall, through survey is quickly disturbing the vibrant street life of the neighborhood where people stand and hang out warmly. To keep the bold characteristic, the building maximize ground floor, influencing the system of structure. Its intimate scale and generous public space. It reinterprets the modernist ideal in contemporary culture.

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SCENARIO 01 Context Montage Design proposes bridging gap between 2 contrasting context. Maximizing ground floor space for public, the building recedes inward dramatically. SCENARIO 02 You enter from residential side. An escalator awaits to takes you to the highest part; the start of beer production. The orange shadow cast pattern of the ceiling clearly moving along with the sun, almost like a labratory.

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FIGURE 2.1 The drawing shows industrial corridor of New York typically concentrating at the edge of city (Manhattan). FIGURE 1.3 Studio distribute square plot site into thinly cut strip of 10 x 60 meter each. This project is assigned at the right-most edge

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Study model tries to break a linear system of Manhattan grid, by rethinking sections (rather than plan). Planes were pressed together to form undulating pattern section strip.

SECTIONal STRIP STUDY MODEL FIGURE 2.2

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Iteration of conceptual model were created within one rule: Continuous Strip of 10 cm paper, without cutting. These strips represent sections of space.

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KEEPING HARLEM GROOVES

FIGURE 3.1 The same system were iterated to find possibility of circulation, modulation, and light. FIGURE 3.3 Modulation shows generous setback to public space. FIGURE 3.5 Study model shows floor and wall synchronising. One steeper angle represent stairs circulation, whereas another represent ramps.

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SCENARIO 03 Walking down toward gravity, layers of translucent orange glass gradually reveal one machine to another. Rain drops hitting sound and misty window pane locks user to wait inside indulging with the taste of bitter hops..

SCENARIO 04 Each floor the ramp ends, it leads to a perforated floor to continue with another ramp. Alot of people stand here to see pipes filled with beer running from one cell to another from a distant.

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CONCEPTUAL COLLAGE

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RETROFASHION ARCHITECTURE “BUILDING AS A MACHINE”

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Figure 3.2 Collage of Lager beer circulation which needs lower temperature than Ale beer (figure 3.3)

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SCENARIO 05 The end of ramp leads to huge glass pane framing views of mundane pedestria.

SCENARIO 05 The back space occasionally hold live music with beer tasting. People on upper deck lay on bench watching stars in Harlem.

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CHATUCHAK BYPASS LIBRARY

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Instructor: ANTOINE Lassus S i t e L o c a t i o n : BTS S A P H A N K WA I , Bkk

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SCENE 01 RECEPTION SPACE This section is located at the opposite of Chatuchak market. The building encloses a triangular courtyard that are open to public

SCENE 04 READING SPACE The opposite end of the library contain facade that is fully opens up to the more peaceful view with canals and residence at the opposite side.

The project rethink library not as an independent statue, but rather a transient space that welcomes people to pass through daily and be a part of commotion and movement. It’s a bypass or buffer space camouflage in transportation hub area. They use library as a bypass, from BTS to JJ Market, creating transient experience of transition.

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Chatuchak is the center of interchange in many urban scales. Its strategic location serves as a transportation hub between canal residences and a giant flea market, BTS final stop and center stop, Central and Northern part of Thailand.


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library as transit

Using building as a barrier, it creates different condition of outdoor courtyard; public and private. Within the building itself contain two separate routes, local and international. They are connected visually but not always circulation-wise. At some point, one can hear the noise from other area like an eaves dropper but may not enter. Walking along

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the path, one goes through crisscross path directing vision towards the busy road, and back to the more private school area. The path started at busy JJ flea market and end at the gritty canal neighborhood. The library tries to create a transit experience by playing with simple notion of interior, exterior, public and private.


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PAUL RUDOLPH CASE STUDY

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spring, 2010 ARCH i INDA, CHULA K e s at e Ta d e s s e c h e r ry r i d g e , pa , u s a


PRESERVATION BY REPLICATION 2d plans and sections provided were mocked up into 3d physical and digital model. The model was shared online in sketchup warehouse for public, to preserve the information for further study.

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Paul Rudolph is controversial. His work has been loved then hated then loved through different time. Some calls for preservation whereas some even burn out of hatred. With the brutalist aesthetic, his design was cutting the edge Bilbao of his time. The dense concrete and complicated elevation calls for like and dislikes. However, the building has witness changing perception of beauty and style. In order to preserve such a unique work that does not conform to mainstream, the project study on essence of Green residence and distribute documentation online for further usage. Under the heavy concrete chunk, epace, circulation, sunlight, and ventilation were simulated and analyzed

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Term: FA L L , 2 0 1 3 Course: A R C H i v EX C H A N GE School: PA R S O N S , T H E N EW S C H O O L F O R DE S I G N I n s t r u c t o r : V I CTO R I A M A R S H A L L Site Location: GARMENT D I S TR I C T , N EW Y O R K

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The project started by looking at movement of artist through Manhattan. It started from City Hall in 1800, then polarized into 2 main area, one serving the rich at Upper East Side and Midtown, another at Soho and Chelsea. Using Soho as a Classic model for Artist Lead Development, the project wants to reverse that process and incubate art space.


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Using resilience ecology model as a tool to understand change as a nature. When alot of land changes abruptly, the change is not resilience. Therefore, we begin to look at scale of change, and let art Manufacturer and small business incubator and mass retail together as different scale of loops that nurture one another.

SITE: garment district hybrid of scale and taste

The project takes place in Garment district and Hell’s kitchen, an industrial area with a hybrid quality between scale and taste

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(n.) Irregularly small left over space resulting from byproduct of Manhattan grid system. Their irregularities are potentially cheap and can incubate small business.

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(1) The Sandwiched Developers collect small farm parcels for decades and develop them into highrise. When one small parcel are not sold, they remains a dwarf, that could not grow any taller , due to land size.

(2)The Billboard Corner are One-two stories building, cornered by high rise, often occupied by billboard. It is possible that they are on hold to development, or the billboard is a better investment than building up.

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(3)The Gridbreaker The gridbreaker is where transportation infrastructure breaks Manhattan grid system, ie Train tracks at Hell’s Kitchen, Lincoln tunnel, highway.


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The project wants to introduce unconventional type of art space, emerging out of present day context, blurring between economic and cultural capital. Using odd spaces as the low cost site to kick start, the project suggests small business to act like a urban welder, providing ‘Micro Public Plaza’. By lifting the Sandwiched space up, they create interior alley connection among local manufacturer. Building that flank them also tends to opens up toward the public alley, exposing activity. They incubate arts, and gain public attention. Art gain base audience from temporary exhibition. Retail

SCENE S5 grows and moves to bigger space like Billboard corner. As a result, artist dominates small spaces strongly embedded within the city with their local base audience, producing ‘Living Art City’. A Micro Public Plaza is an invented urban regulation proposal that allow narrow space to contribute public space as well (mimicking sky scraper’ privately owned public space and Bangkok Soi shortcut). The reward, in this case, is not extra height policy, but rather the tax from the whole block for public space maintenance and higher value of their plot.

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spring, 2013 u r b a n a d va n c e d design issue School: pa r s o n s , the new schoo l for design Instructor: b r i a n m c g r at h Site Location: m i d t o w n e a st Term: Course:

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PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC CONGESTION REDIRECT TO PARK AVENUE EASY ACCESS TO OFFICE SPACE

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PHOTOGRAPHIC SECTION SURVEY


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PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLAGE PROPOSAL To compete with global business district, the aging East Midtown of New York was proposed to be rezoned in 2013. With 70 million concentration of office space, but 80% of them are more than 50 years old, the city expect more investment and active renovation to stimulate economy. FAR was increased from .. to .. Pedestrian network is the vital challenge to this new environment connecting offices and subway together to aids convenient experience. This project seeks to experiment urban connectivity concerning light, bulk and air. Photographic surveys were made to intimately comprehend the existing section of subway mezzanine and offices. Because a grid system exist strongly upon Manhattan, a shortcut loop system is introduced to connect potential spaces together with grandcentral mezzanine, forming an infinite 8 shape loop. An underground terrain and a setback sky terrace altogether would create multilevel loop to Manhattan. Aiming to erase the level of ground one is at, different techniques are designed to distort the conscience of ground.

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Term: Course: School: Instructor: Site

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summer, 2011 design build inda, chula w i l l p at e r a ya r i n d a b u n n a g

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EAST BERLIN MEMORIAL WITHIN MEMORIAL collaborators: pitchapar jular pratan Thinsomchaisin

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WEST BERLIN TERRITORIAL EXPERIMENTATION

EAST BERLIN MEMORIAL WITHIN MEMORIAL This project questioned the singular narrative of the Berlin Wall memorial and the notion of historical bounds by reintroducing traces of the past use of the site onto the present. The boundaries of the cemetery plots that once existed in the “dead zone” was reintroduced between the two walls back onto the green, manicured, clover filled lawn of the official Berlin Wall memorial site. The project used wooden stakes and strings to demarcate the position of the historical plots, which referenced archeological methods—challenging an existing method of the official memorial site.

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A series of carefully crafted cardboard objects that had a dual function: both as a chair and a lounge that were bound together by a single loop of rope. The dual forms of chair/lounge evolved from observations on two different ways in which the park was used – for Germans the open grass space was used for sunbathing, while for the Thais the grass was used for sitting in the shade. The project encouraged park users into a personal negotiation of space, which in many cases was that of participation. Watching the constellation of objects moved across the park during the period of a day allowed one to observe how space was controlled, divided, and shared.


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WEST BERLIN TERRITORIAL EXPERIMENTATION collaborators: nichapatara swang decharux wachira leangtanom

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TRAVELLING SHOUTBOX

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Term: spring, 2013 Course: design II School: inda, chula I n s t r u c t o r : e k a p o b S u k s u d pa i s a r n S i t e L o c a t i o n : s i a m b t s , s a m ya n , hualumpong

The brief required vending cart that travelled between 3 sites, Siam BTS, Samyan and Hualumpong train station. The huge economy gap between the 3 sites leads to the concept of moving restroom, recording people’s messages while doing their business. The idea was executed as illustration speaking of politics in colored shirt party that was severe during 2009 (project started and onward). It expresses by illustration of 2 color overlapping, red and green, distinguishing blurry line between perception and truth. A red thin screen is over, only the green illustration will appear to form another narrative in the picture.

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MAPPING HUMAN MOVEMENT spring, 2013 design I inda, chula w i l l p at e r a

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How can human movement be mapped without photography? A device is designed to map movement of human’s arm swing. Made up of different radius and length of aluminum tubes, collision from movement will produce different range of sound. Recorded sound are then translated into information through iphone’s pitch application.


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SOME PLACE ELSE C o l l a b o r a t e s : w e lc o m e d e a f g r o u p Site location: cafe de moc

Bombarded by media, we are trapped and hypnotized by screen. The installation amplify the state of mind by manipulating the cafĂŠ ambience through audio and video footage. Sometimes change occurs abruptly and sometimes subtle. The evening started off as a coffee shop, then without notice transform into a lively night club.

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“Yanisa’s work questions impermanence in architectural manifestation and style. As meaning, function, program and taste are all very fickle and variable; Her architecture rather cherishes ephemeral light, air, wind Which is all much more stable and consistent. “

YANISA CHUMPOLPHAISAL Address: 93/130 Petchkasem soi 7 Wat Tapra Bangkokyai Bangkok 10600 Phone: 0906544959 Mail: Yanisa.yam@gmail.com

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Undergraduate Portfolio by Yanisa C.