We designed a tiny corner for Bangkok University in the same building as BUCC is. This is an admission area, an small introduction to the university. We turn the normally formal program into a more relaxing corner, a cafe where high school students can be less stressful in choosing what they want to pursue for the next 4 years. It’s a Supermachine’s way to enter the university. 🙂
Design team: Pitupong Chaowakul, Nuntawat Tassanasangsoon
Photo: Jarroonrat Vithoosuwan
Design Team: Pitupong Chaowakul with Nuntawat Tassanasangsoon, Suchart Ouypornchaisakul, Worawit Hongwiang
Photographs: Jaroonrat Vithoosuwan, Pitupong Chaowakul
Bangkok University Creative Center (BUCC) is under the last phase of its construction and about to be completed in a few weeks. We will be uploading the completed images and more information about the project when it is completed.
Part of our exercises in finding the right color pattern for Bangkok University Creative Center (BUCC) hallway.
toward BUCC workshop
From the entrance bridge
to Blue Lab
We are developing a Lo-Fi pixel wall for BUCC (Bangkok University Creative Center). It is working with a very primitive technology, physical movement. In this model one pixel unit is 50x50x100 mm. We will need some 5,000 of them. This is a specially made module just for the project.
We have been obsessed with the idea of “messages on the wall” for long time. The concept has been presented in a lot of our projects in different form. Again, for BUCC, the Lo-Fi pixel wall is doing that. It is a device incorporated into architecture for those students or passer by to leave traces or messages . The wall will be changing according to the creativity of the users.
the Lo-Fi pixel wall is right at the center