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Phetkasem Artist Studio / Sustainability and Vernacular Architecture

This is an experimental project for typical commercial housing in Thailand. This commercial housing typology was mass-produced by developers 30 years ago, and it instantly spread to numerous capital cities in Southeast Asia, resulting in the sense of indifference in cityscapes. This project has collaborated with Pacific Pipe, which produced both the micro-climate effects of sunshade lighting and convection ventilation. The steel pipe bricks are first technology combined with soil spraying texture in Thailand, creating low energy cost and convective ventilation effects, thereby providing an alternative residential lifestyle in tropical climate

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HAS design and research

HAS design and research
Bangkok, Thailand

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HAS design and research

HAS design and research
Bangkok, Thailand