Supermachine Studio’s research on Thailand water enduring architecture

It took us a long while with big effort to complete the research for publication, but finally we have done it. Together with many other qualified architects and researchers in Thailand, we collect information, travel, photographs analyze them and put them in line hopefully to construct a public platform for relevant debate on WATER issue in Thailand. These are some sneak preview of the books before they are finalized. The book, WATER BRICK, will be out at ASA Architect’12 expo at Challenger Hall, Bangkok, 4th week of April.

Supermachine Studio working team: Pitupong Chaowakul, Nuntawat Tassanasangsoon, Wattikon Kosolkit, Yuppadee Sutvisith, Suchart Ouypornchaisakul, Peechaya Mekasuvanroj, Supanna Chanpensri and Sthapat Soichampar

With special thank to: Dr. Ornsiri Panin and Dr. Sumet Jumsai Na Ayutthaya for inspiring interview. Boonchai Tienwang for enthusiastic help with interview. Wison Tungthunya for letting us use those beautiful images, Association of Siamese Architects for seeing that this is useful and endless support.

ASA’s Architect’11 exhibition (complete images)

Design Team: Pitupong Chaowakul with Suchart Ouypornchaisakul, Wattikon Kosolkit, Nuntawat TassanasangsoonSanti and Sarasuphab

It’s been more than 10 year since the Association of Siamese Architecture (ASA) started organizing “Architect Expo” in Thailand. The event consists of diverse exhibitions that relate to architectural practices,international and domestic forums and big portion of building material & technology expo. It grows bigger and bigger every year. In 2010, the event spans over 60,000 square meters.

Supermachine studio’s design proposal won the competition for a 5,000 m2 main theme exhibition under the given theme “Bottom up” in which composed of several organization’s exhibition with hugely diverse content. In the exhibition space, there are content from architectural  conservation organizations, Green & building technology, architecture for community, building for disables, Works from schools of architecture and offices in Thailand and more.