This year is the first time that ASA opens the space for architects, designers, and skilled craftsmen across generations to offer their interpretations of vernacular architecture in the contemporary Thai society.
MEETING SPACE PAVILION
A unison of landscape, space and atmostphere.
Working with the technical and authentic characteristics of brick to evolve it into a spatial and architectural material.
WHEN BAMBOO WANTS TO BE SOMETHING
GREEN BUILDING SHOWCASES
Inspired by the "Tel Od Pel" puzzle toy invented by Father Joi of Nakhon Chai Sri's Wat Sai, the designers reimagined its concept into the display.
The ASA introduction pavilion aims to create an independent environment. It serves as an exhibition space with its irregular doughnut shaped enclosure.