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International Program in Design and Architecture
Faculty of Architecture | Chulalongkorn University
Bangkok, Thailand

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  • 1. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTIONFOR COMMUNITIESInternational Program in Design and ArchitectureFaculty of Architecture | Chulalongkorn UniversityBangkok, Thailand
  • 2. About INDA International Program in Design and Architecture at Chulalongkorn University•  INDA program was initiated in 2006 within the oldest university in Thailand•  Undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree (BSc) offered in 4 years including summer programs•  Students are given a fundamental background in architecture while exploring connections between design and various career paths•  Global perspective with local action
  • 3. Design and Construction for Communities International Program in Design and Architecture at Chulalongkorn University•  Enhances architectural training with hands-on construction experience•  Projects are designed and constructed under direct supervision of experienced faculty•  Students work with members of local community while creating meaningful projects throughout Thailand
  • 4. Design and Construction for Communities International Program in Design and Architecture at Chulalongkorn University•  Partnerships with private and public donors are crucial to continued success of projects•  INDA has collaborated with government agencies, NGO s, and private businesses•  Projects are designed and built within a precise schedule during summer months•  INDA and Chulalongkorn University welcome opportunities for new collaborations
  • 5. Design and Construction for CommunitiesInternational Program in Design and Architecture at Chulalongkorn University Knowledge Hut 2007 - 2008 Su Rau Keo Playground 2007 - 2008 Phi Phi Island 2007 - ongoing reSALA 2010 Habitat for Humanity 2010 Sala for Akha Village 2010 Sala for San Sai Village 2010
  • 6. Design and Construction for CommunitiesInternational Program in Design and Architecture at Chulalongkorn UniversitySpring Summer Design Phase Construction Phase Project InceptionSecure Funding from SponsorsIdentify Community & SitePair INDA Instructor(s) with Project Site Analysis and Programming Identify Needs of Local Community Project Planning and Budgeting Identify Students for Project Manager & Team Leaders Schematic Design Construction Timeline and Preparation Meeting with the Community Identify Local Material Suppliers Design Development and Construction Documents Design Revisions Modifications to Design Engineering Consultation based on Field Conditions Construction Begins Construction Foundation Floor Columns Roof Walls Completed Trenching/Grading/Pouring Foundation On-Site Documentation Opening Ceremony Involved PartiesGovernmental and/or Nongovernmental Organizations Government/ NGOs Sponsors SponsorsInstructors Students Instructors and All Students Instructors and Students Community Community Community Community
  • 7. KNOWLEDGE HUTLocation : Ban Klong Pa-Mai, Rayong ProvinceDate: 2007-2008, Construction June-July 2008Partners & Supporters: Baker & McKenzie Ltd.Size: 40 square meters
  • 8. Knowledge Hut Ban Klong Pa-Mai, Rayong Province•  Indoor reading space and library for a rural community in Southeastern Thailand•  Project design integrates large shaded porches as a public amenity•  Construction methods helped to educate about possible improvements to local homes Project Date: 2007-2008 Partners & Supporters: Baker & McKenzie Ltd. Size: 40 square meters
  • 9. Knowledge Hut Ban Klong Pa-Mai, Rayong Province•  Indoor reading space and library for a rural community in Southeastern Thailand•  Project design integrates large shaded porches as a public amenity•  Construction methods helped to educate about possible improvements to local homes Project Date: 2007-2008 Partners & Supporters: Baker & McKenzie Ltd. Size: 40 square meters
  • 10. SU RAU KEO PLAYGROUNDLocation : Ban Bua Thong, Nonthaburi provinceDate: 2008, Construction July 2008Partners & Supporters: The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AmCham)Size: 50 square meters
  • 11. Su Rau Keo Playground Ban Bua Thong, Nonthaburi province•  New playground for a community school in central Thailand•  Design based on analysis of several local and international playground examples•  Students presented project to community stakeholders for feedback prior to construction•  Project was built by students and instructors during a five day construction period Project Date: 2008 Partners & Supporters: The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AmCham) Size: 50 square meters
  • 12. PHI PHI COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTERLocation : Leam Tong, Phi Phi IslandPartners & Supporters: Round Square, The Regent s School Thailand,Fah Diow Foundation, The Faculty of Architecture at Chulalongkorn UniversitySize: 500 square meters
  • 13. Phi Phi International Community Resource Center Leam Tong, Phi Phi Island•  Collaboration between a local NGO group with several academic institutions to serve communities alienated by local development•  Design integrates solar panels and water tanks due to lack of resources near the site•  Prefabricated components and modern vernacular materials allow for efficient, cost effective construction Project Date: 2007-ongoing Partners & Supporters: Round Square, The Regent s School Thailand, Fah Diow Foundation, The Faculty of Architecture at Chulalongkorn University Size: 500 square meters
  • 14. HABITAT FOR HUMANITYDate: July 2010Sponsors & Partners: Petroleum Authority of Thailand, Exploration andProduction Public Company Limited PTTEPSize: 36 square meters
  • 15. Habitat for Humanity Khlong Five Community, Pathumthani Province•  Students constructed a house for an underprivileged family•  Part of a long-standing relationship with the Habitat for Humanity organization•  Construction experience taught students conventional building methods•  Students proposed alternative construction details using recycled materials as part of a counter-design
  • 16. reSALALocation : Summakorn Village, BangkokDate: May-July 2010Partners & Supporters: Cornell in Rome ProgramSize: 64 square meters
  • 17. reSALA Summakorn Village, Bangkok•  Collaboration with Cornell University, Cornell in Rome Program•  Designed during Small Public Pavilion Design/Urban Furniture workshop•  Lakeside site with existing sala structure that was poorly used and in disrepair Date: May-July 2010 Partners & Supporters: Cornell in Rome Program Size: 64 square meters
  • 18. reSALA Summakorn Village, Bangkok•  Collaboration with Cornell University, Cornell in Rome Program•  Designed during Small Public Pavilion Design/Urban Furniture workshop•  Lakeside site with existing sala structure that was poorly used and in disrepair Date: May-July 2010 Partners & Supporters: Cornell in Rome Program Size: 64 square meters
  • 19. SAN KRED THONG PAVILLIONLocation : Akha Village, Mae Sai ProvinceDate: July 2010Partners & Supporters: Chiang Rai Department of Public Works, Town and Country Planning, Department of Rural Roads, and Cafe Doi Tung
  • 20. San Kred Thong Pavillion Akha Village, Mae Sai Province•  Creates a public gathering space for agricultural community at foot of Doi Nang Non mountain range•  Floor deck and roof follow the topography of the site•  Building materials combine bamboo, local hardwoods that are naturally resistance to pest and rot•  Planting and water canals along steep slope to address issues of soil erosion•  Includes Solar-powered lights since village lacks electricity Location : Akha Village, Mae Sai Province Date: July 2010 Size: 50 square meters and garden
  • 21. San Kred Thong Pavillion Akha Village, Mae Sai Province•  Creates a public gathering space for agricultural community at foot of Doi Nang Non mountain range•  Floor deck and roof follow the topography of the site•  Building materials combine bamboo, local hardwoods that are naturally resistance to pest and rot•  Planting and water canals along steep slope to address issues of soil erosion•  Includes Solar-powered lights since village lacks electricity Location : Akha Village, Mae Sai Province Date: July 2010 Size: 50 square meters and garden
  • 22. SAN PA SAK PAVILLIONLocation : San Sai Village, Mae Sai ProvinceDate: July 2010Partners & Supporters: Chiang Rai Department of Public Works, Town and Country Planning, Department of Rural Roads
  • 23. San Pa Sak Pavillion San Sai Village, Mae Sai Province•  Creates a community gathering space near a local school and sports field for a farming village•  Construction uses local reclaimed materials and locally harvested bamboo•  Openings in the building frame views of nearby hilltop temples•  Students gain hands-on experience while working together as a team Location : San Sai Village, Mae Sai Province Date: July 2010 Size: 60 square meters
  • 24. San Pa Sak Pavillion San Sai Village, Mae Sai Province•  Creates a community gathering space near a local school and sports field for a farming village•  Construction uses local reclaimed materials and locally harvested bamboo•  Openings in the building frame views of nearby hilltop temples•  Students gain hands-on experience while working together as a team Location : San Sai Village, Mae Sai Province Date: July 2010 Size: 60 square meters
  • 25. ONCE UPON A TREE: SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTSLocation : " "Lokalarm Kindergarten, Songkhla Province"Date: " "July 2011 "Partners & Supporters: Pongsiri Boonsom and American Standard ""Size: " "50 sq meters"
  • 26. Once Upon a TreeSchool Improvements, Songkhla Province•  The kindergarten for 181 young students lacked adequate toilet or cooking facilities. " "•  natural ventilation, outdoor work space, encouraging hand washing for children and potential for future expansion for classroom buildings. " "•  The project was naming to remember a tree that once stood on site."
  • 27. Special Thanks to Partners and SponsorsFor Design and Construction Projects for Community 2007-2010
  • 28. Learn more about upcoming projects atwww.cuinda.info

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