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Ice Su House / Junsekino Architect and Design

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Bangkok, Thailand
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  280
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Aqualine, In the glazz, SCG, SK Kaken, TOA

Athita Hidden Court Chiang Saen Boutique Hotel / Studio Miti

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  • Architects: Studio Miti
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  734
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Lighting House, Pareena

20 Times Architecture Sheltered Animals, Not Humans

Architecture may have its roots in sheltering humans from the elements, but that is not to say that architecture is for humans alone. Around the world, there are numerous examples of buildings and shelters designed by architects for other species. Some of these can be whimsical, such as the Dogchitecture exhibit by 10 Mexican architecture firms back in 2013, or the series of BowWow Haus kennels designed by over 80 architects back in 2017, including Zaha Hadid Architects. But others are designed for a more direct impact.

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High Brick House / studiomiti

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Lat Phrao, Thailand
  • Architects: studiomiti
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  500
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Lamptitude, At East Lighting, KS Wood, The Mission One, it windows

MTL Office / Junsekino Architect and Design

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Kelapa House / Architects 49 (Phuket) Limited

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ตำบล บ่อผุด, Thailand

Artisans Ayutthaya: The Woman Restaurant / Bangkok Project Studio

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Ban Run, Thailand
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  950
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021

K+ Building / pbm

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Elephant Museum Elephant World / Bangkok Project Studio

Over 480,0000 fired clay bricks are made by hand from loam found in the area. Employing the technique that has been passed down through generations, the construction creates jobs and income for the locals while increasing the value of the often-overlooked local material. Image © Spaceshift StudioThe brick walls of various heights overlap one another as one walks through to the interior. Each side of a room is surrounded by courtyards of different sizes and shapes. Image © Spaceshift StudioNot only showcasing artefacts related to the age-old culture of the Kui, but the architecture of the museum also embodies the soul of the Kui and their elephants.  This reflects in elements such as water pools. Water is brought inside the museum, symbolising and reminding locals and visitors of the importance of adequate clean water as the crucial factor for both to survive. Image © Spaceshift StudioAt Kui village, Humans live under the same roof as elephants—regarding them as family members rather than pets. This tradition, culture, and wisdom of living together have been passed down for generations.  For centuries, they live in a rural village with the most significant number of domesticated elephants in Thailand. Image © Spaceshift Studio+ 17

T.R.O.P New Office / Junsekino Architect and Design

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#11 II House and Office / Beautbureau

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The Future of Multifamily Housing and the Associated Security Challenges

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Multifamily housing in urban environments provides social, economic, and environmental benefits to both individual residents and cities as a whole. Kicked into overdrive after the 2008 financial crisis, demand for multifamily housing has since continued to rise and remains strong today. Generations Y and Z are the youngest urbanized group of adults and these young professionals are fueling much of the demand for compact living in city centers. Though the younger generations are the ones driving the changes, the result is expected to be more secure, convenient living for everyone.

O-Tree House / Junsekino Architect and Design

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The Walk / Bangkok Project Studio

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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  414
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020

Ngamwongwan House / Junsekino Architect and Design

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Bangkok, Thailand

Built Nature: When Architecture Challenges Human Scale

Going beyond human scale is not a novelty. For centuries, builders, engineers, and architects have been creating monumental edifices to mark spirituality or political power. Larger than life palaces, governmental buildings, or temples have always attracted people’s admiration and reverence, nourishing the still not fully comprehensible obsession with large scale builds.

Nowadays, some of the largest and most impressive structures relate less to religious or governmental functions and seem to be turning towards more cultural programs. Most importantly though, today’s grandiose works are generally and openly imitative of Nature.

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