30
Jun
09

Welcome to ACAU 2008!

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22
Jun
09

Group Member Information

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16
Jun
09

Invitation to ACAU2008

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16
Jun
09

Updated Studio Abstract

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GROUP A: Kraipol Jayanetra (AU, Architecture) + Florian Schaetz (NUS, Architecture)
Behind the wall
Site : Phan Fa Lillat Terminal at Mahakan Fort near Rattanakosin Island.
Phan Fa Lilat terminal is the first terminal of Khlong Saen Saep Express Boat Route which runs from the old area
to the subburban development in the east of Bangkok. In the early city development, due to the fact that three
major canals; Banglumpu canal, Ong Ang canal, and Saen Saep canal are intersected at this location, this area
had been considered to be one of the strategic points of Bangkok. As a result of its strategic position, there are
many historical destinations such as Mahakan Fort, the old city wall, Saket Temple, Ratchadamnoen Avenue,
and Phan Fa Lilat Bridge surrounding in this area. Continue reading ‘Updated Studio Abstract’

25
May
09

UPDATED SCHEDULE !!

Due to the political crisis in Thailand last year, we have to postpone the workshop schedule. However, the situation is stable now so the workshop will take place on June 26 (Friday) – July 5 (Sunday), 2009.

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04
Nov
08

Download Workshop Preliminary Data

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04
Nov
08

[Group D] The Alternative Opportunities of Path and Linkage

The Alternative Opportunities of Path and Linkage

Group D: Suparath Valaisathien (AU, Architecture) + HKU’s Participant + NCKU’s Participant

Site : ASOKE District

At present, Asoke is one of the main business districts and dense residential areas of Bangkok. Hundreds of companies, headquarters, renowned restaurants, retail shops, universities, colleges, schools, specialized hospitals, and a large number of residences are crowded side be side. An absurdity could be seen at the uneven distribution of land-use.  The high density composed of tall buildings seems to occur only on the Asoke road—the main vein of the area—whereas the alleys behind them are still vacant parcels of land.

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