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July 16th, 2014

 

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Mandalay, Myanmar (July 2014)

*We happened to visit Mandalay while a curfew was imposed. People were required to stay indoor between 10pm and 6am. During our stay we passed by this interesting shelter that seems to be someone’s home. I don’t know for sure if this could be counted as indoor but it sure reminds us of the cool avant-garde architecture concepts from the 60s. 

Live Long and Prosper

June 22nd, 2014

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Finished designing a bedroom and a playroom for triplet boys just before the long weekend.

Wishing everyone a good Songkran festival. Happy Thai New Year 2014!

From a photo shoot yesterday.

Renderings of “The World is a Never-ending Novel” Exhibition featuring works from Thai novelists and “The World of Sriburapha’s Novels” Special Exhibition, which is now open to public from March 29 – April 7, 2014 at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok, Thailand. Stop by if you are around.

Full credits for these exhibitions are as follows.

 

“The World of Sriburapha’s Novels” Exhibition, co-hosted by The City of Bangkok & The Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (PUBAT):

Producers
Charun Homtientong
Siwaroj Darnsomsathit

Editor
Prabda Yoon

Content Advisor & Writer
Roongwit Suwanapichon

Exhibition Design
Studio Aeroplane Co., Ltd.

Construction
SCG Paper

Special Thanks to
Wanee Saipradit
Pakwan Satumparatn

 

“The World is a Never-ending Novel” Exhibition, hosted by The Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (PUBAT):

Advisors
Charun Homtientong
Siwaroj Darnsomsathit
Suchada Sahaskul

Editor
Duangruethai Asanachatang

Content Advisor
Roongwit Suwanapichon

Writer
Panu Trivej

Graphic Design
wrongdesign

Exhibition Design
Studio Aeroplane Co., Ltd.
SCG Paper

Construction
SCG Paper

Photographer
Nitinont Wimongkolchai

Promotion
Shine Communications Co., Ltd.

A rendering of our interior renovation of a two-story mid-century modern architecture mixed with double Thai gable houses.

The covered patio on the ground floor, which is typical in Thai traditional houses, is currently being used as a factory. Once the renovation is complete, this space will be turned into a semi-outdoor living area for a young family of five.

Updates from the site visit today. Roads are in. Planting is coming up soon (can’t wait.)



Hong Kong

February 28th, 2014

Sharing some photos from our quick trip to Hong Kong last November. It was our second trip to the city after more than 20 years. I find Hong Kong is a culture-rich living city that constantly grows from its strong historical and artistic roots so beautifully. New and old are well mixed together. That’s why after each visit there is always something new to admire. Within this short visit, we also squeezed in a little day trip to Tai-O Village, a quiet fishing village known for its stilt houses and a laid-back atmosphere, in the western tip of Lantau Island. This was indeed a nice destination and an easy escape from always-so-busy Hong Kong and Kowloon.

Concept sketch for a new temporary exhibition coming up this March.

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