• Concepts
  • Hands On Architecture.

    November 8, 2012:  This is our small tribute to all the hands involved in making our architecture.  Despite increasing use of high technologies and processes, there remains one basic and necessary component in making things – the skill of the hand. Without it, even the most sophisticated machinery cannot be used to its potential. It […]

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  • Floating Hotel.

    July 2, 2012:  This hotel on the Kwai river is Architectkidd’s interpretation of traditional river dwellings in Western Thailand. The western province of Kanchanaburi is a popular destination due to its mountainous terrain and forests. The rivers in particular play an important role in peoples’ lives and livelihoods. Activities along the river reflect how people […]

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  • Urban Farm Wins Holcim Silver Award.

    December 29, 2011: Architectkidd’s design has been awarded by the Holcim Foundation as a leading example of sustainable building and construction for the Asia Pacific region. The project, a new retail development in Bangkok, aims to revitalize land currently occupied by a textile factory. One of the unique features of the design is to provide […]

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  • Wind Generated Architecture.

    August 21, 2010: In golf, a ‘shaper’ is someone who transforms the existing earth into fairways and greens.  The best shapers are experts who can understand nuances in physical form, materials and environmental conditions in order to create challenging and ultimately rewarding golf courses for its players. Architectkidd approached the design of a new golf clubhouse […]

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  • Thailand & Venice Architecture Biennale.

    May 13, 2010: Vichayuth Meenaphant & Phuttipan Aswakool have developed a design that has been awarded first runner-up in a competition to represent Thailand for the 2010 Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy.  The proposal, titled “Fog”, responds to the Biennale’s architecture curator, Kazuyo Sejima, and her mission to exhibit architecture for a “post ideological society”. In addition, […]

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  • Deep Patterns.

    March 20, 2010: For the design of a new gallery, we have been developing strategies to create “deep” patterns in order to fabricate architectural walls with continuously variable thicknesses. The gallery is located inside a large commercial retail space.  This existing interior space is enclosed by a strong geometrical form: a 30-meter, glass dome.  The gallery will be inserted along the perimeter […]