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Safe Haven Bathhouse in Ban Tha Song Yang, Thailand by TYIN tegnestue Architects

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

Article source:  TYIN tegnestue Architects

The new sanitary building houses the basic needs of the orphanage; the toilets, personal hygiene facilities and laundry. The internal structure was already built and became the framework for the project.

The most intimate functions are located within the two plastered concrete masses. The central zone contains concrete containers for bathing and opens out towards the vast teak plantation. The bathing area is only partly privatized, adapted to Karen culture. A tilted facade of bamboo covers the front of the building and creates a passageway, connecting the two functions together.

Image Courtesy © Pasi Aalto, South facade of Safe Haven Bathhouse with the teak plantation in the background.

  • Architects: TYIN tegnestue Architects
  • Project: Safe Haven Bathhouse
  • Location: Ban Tha Song Yang, Thailand
  • Photography: Pasi Aalto
  • Client: Safe Haven Orphanage
  • Project: Bathhouse
  • Cost: 22 500 NOK / 2 979 EUR
  • Building period: 12th – 29th January 2009
  • Area: 61 m2
  • Built by: TYIN tegnestue and local workers

Old Market Library in Bangkok, Thailand by TYIN tegnestue Architects

Friday, January 10th, 2014

Article source: TYIN tegnestue Architects

The Old Market Library is built in a 100-year-old market building. The section for the library measures 3×9 metres internally, with a back yard facing a small canal. The roof and the walls were in very poor condition, and consequently any new element had to be self-supporting.

Image Courtesy © Pasi Aalto

  • Architects: TYIN tegnestue Architects ( Kasama Yamtree, Pasi Aalto, Andreas Grontvedt Gjertsen, Yashar Hanstad, Magnus Henriksen, Erlend Bauck Sole )
  • Project: Old Market Library
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Photography: Pasi Aalto
  • Client: Old Market Community
  • Project: Community house
  • Cost: 27 000 NOK / 3 600 EUR
  • Building period: March 2009 – May 2009
  • Area: 58,48 m2
  • Built by: TYIN tegnestue and the Min Buri community
  • Collaborator: CASE Studio Architects

IDEO Morph 38 in Sukhumvit, Thailand by Somdoon Architects Ltd

Sunday, September 15th, 2013

Article source: Somdoon Architects Ltd

The development located away from the high density district of Sukhumvit to a blissfully low-rise residential area. According to the regulation and maximization of plot ratio, the development is separated to 2 towers which targets to different potential tenants in characters.

Image Courtesy © Somdoon Architects Ltd

Via 31 in Bangkok, Thailand by Somdoon Architects Ltd

Sunday, September 15th, 2013

Article source: Somdoon Architects Ltd

Via 31 is a housing project that takes place in Sukhumvit, the most prime residential area of Bangkok. The site is located within a quiet lane surrounded by low-rise residential buildings and away from the bustling main road. The building is intended to cosy like a birds nest; introvert in design, where residents can live privately and peacefully. The building has 8 floors with a basement and consists of 88 units ranging from a single bedroom unit (47 sq.m.) to a three bedroom unit (145 sq.m.)

Image Courtesy © Somdoon Architects Ltd

Mirror Market in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand by visiondivision

Friday, August 30th, 2013

Article source: visiondivision 

A client commissioned visiondivision to create a shop for showing and selling goods next to a highway in the Nakhon Ratchasima area in Northeastern Thailand.

The client is involved in many different enterprises, like manufacturing pottery, trading with flowers and garden trees, growing fruits, mushrooms and vegetables and also buying and selling shoes and clothes.

Image Courtesy © visiondivision

  • Architects: visiondivision
  • Project: Mirror Market
  • Location: Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
  • Software used: Autocad, 3d-Studio, Illustrator and Photoshop

FAI-FAH in Bangkok, Thailand by Spark

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Article source: Spark

Fai-Fah, which means “light energy”, is a corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme initiated in April 2010 by TMB Bank. The programme acts as a catalyst for change in Thai society through working with underprivileged children and teenagers in their community using the arts as a vehicle for self-development and creative thinking.

Fai-Fah lights up in the evening, Image Courtesy © Lin Ho

  • Architects: Spark
  • Project: FAI-FAH
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Photography: Lin Ho
  • Design Director: Stephen Pimbley
  • Team: Wenhui Lim, Mark Mancenido, Suchon Pongsopitsin
  • Client: TMB Bank Public Company Limited
  • Client Team: Paradai Theerathada, Sakchai Sriwatthanapitikul, Nopawan Saengteerakij, Thatchakorn Prutnoppadol, Mallika Uswachoke, Radomdej Taksana, Aree Vesvijak, Jumpol Kwangosen, Saranyoo Nantanawanit, Siriporn Lerdapirangsi
  • Fai-Fah Kids: Master Thanakan Namunmong, Chisanu Kiatsuranayon, Sirinart Naksombhob, Kamolthat Sutat Na Ayudhya
  • Local Architect: 365COOP Company Limited

Project Data

  • GFA (area above ground): 569 sqm
  • Project Completion: Quarter 1, 2012
  • Facilities: Event Space (Living Room), Gallery, Library, Art Studio, Dance Studio, Roof garden

Baan Moom in Bangkok, Thailand by Integrated Field

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Article source: Integrated Field

This house for a family of five is located on Sukhumvit Rd., Soi 101/1, next to their old house where they had been living since long time ago. According to the scale of the site and owner’s love of nature, open space, and gardening give an initial idea for this house design. All functions are packed and stacked into 3-storeys to provide the most open space possible on the ground level.

Image Courtesy © Integrated Field

  • Architects: Integrated Field
  • Project: Baan Moom
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Owner: K. BoonyaritKitcharoenroj
  • Interior designer: PorntidaKruapat& IF
  • Landscape architect: Kirin Tanglertpanya& IF
  • Structural engineer: PiyapongSuwanmaneechot
  • System engineer: MongkolPichayakittisin
  • Main contractor: SPC TechnoconsCo.,Ltd.
  • Area: 400sq.m. (Indoor) + 150 sq.m. (Outdoor)
  • Cost: 12,000,000 Baht
  • Design: 2007
  • Completed: 22 Dec 2012

Border School (Moving School) in Mae Sot, Tak, Thailand by Eleena Jamil Architect

Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Article source: Eleena Jamil Architect

The Border School is intended to provide teaching accommodation for children of migrant families in Mae Sot, Tak, Thailand, close to the border of Burma. The land on which the school is situated is leased as migrant teachers and students cannot legally own it. As such, landlords may take over the land together with any buildings on it at anytime. As such, the school is designed as a modular portable school that can be easily dismantled and re-assembled on another possible site.

Image Courtesy Eleena Jamil Architect

  • Architects: Eleena Jamil Architect
  • Project: Border School (Moving School)
  • Location: Mae Sot, Tak, Thailand
  • Software used: Revit

ZENSE: The Rebirth in Bangkok, Thailand by Department of Architecture

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

Article source: Department of Architecture

During2010 Red Shirt Riot, many of Bangkok’s public buildings were set on fire.  Podium of ZEN Tower in Central World Complex was totally unrecognizable.  Smoke and heat went upward and destroy all furniture and finishing of all interior space on the tower.  ZENSE, thena newly-opened yet one of the hippest Restaurants/Bars in the city, situated on ZEN Tower top floor, was one of the casualties of this unrest.  As the original designer, DEPT was called to give ZENSE another life after the riot.

Image Courtesy © KetsireeWongwan 

  • Architects: Department of Architecture
  • Project: ZENSE: The Rebirth
  • Location: Centralworld Shopping Complex, Pathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Photography: KetsireeWongwan
  • Owner: Zen Department Store
  • Lighting Designer: Accent Studio
  • Area: 4,000 m2
  • Cost of the construction: 80 Million THB
  • Build time: 2011-2012
  • Software used: Rhino 3D, 3D Studio Max and AutoCAD

Prime Nature Residence in Samutprakarn, Thailand by Department of ARCHITECTURE

Saturday, May 11th, 2013

Article source: Department of ARCHITECTURE

The owner’s brief for his residence seems at first rather simple – his bedroom on ground floor, another bedroom for his mother and sister on second floor, a large interior living space, and an outdoor terrace for the mother who enjoys outdoor leisure. However, a great challenge comes with the site location. The plot is situated at a busy 3-street intersection in an up-scale residential estate that forbids the use of any kinds of fences.

Image Courtesy © Wison Tungthunya 

  • Architects: Department of ARCHITECTURE
  • Project: Prime Nature Residence
  • Location: Bangplee, Samutprakarn, Thailand
  • Photography: Wison Tungthunya
  • Owner: Sakkawat Phongsphetrarattana
  • Lighting Designer: Accent Studio
  • Structural Engineer: Jet Structural
  • Area: 480 m2 (Exclude Parking and Roof Deck)
  • Cost of the construction: 13 Million THB
  • Build time: 2006 – 2011
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