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Mekong Pavilion at Jim Thompson Farm // PO-D Architects

Pak Thong Chai District, จ.นครราชสีมา, Thailand

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Bamboo Pavilion,130 meter long curved line is formed like the shape river flow. It is inspired from Mekong river. This architecture piece of work is installed in front of Jim Thompson Farm entrance. Beyond the design it also gives the shadow along the gateway which welcome the tourists who visit the farm.

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Mekong, the sleepless river that miracle and connects the various way of living together. And on the magic of diversified geography along the river, it leads to the design transformation into the shape of the bamboo to each of Mekong Pavilion sections. Each section is connected to one another which consist of
‘Kaeng Khud Kru’ in the river with a broken curve like a crook.

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Bamboo is curved twist.’Mekong River Basin’ is a large vortex that is the deepest point of the Mekong River. Bamboo shoots are twisted and twisted.’Phu Pha Tharb’ formed by the erosion of river flow. The stone is overlapping. Bamboo is a bundle of welding and forming the shape of the stone.
‘Sarm Pan Boke’ The rock is drilled into a hole.

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Bamboo until the wheel with the drilling shape of the water by bending the bamboo as a bouquet of cones.
‘Mea Num Song Sri’ River Range with Two Colours from the flow of two rivers of different colours converge. Cause selection of bamboo species are not the same colour and joint meeting to one of the bamboo trails.

The metal material was selected to be used as the main structure and the bamboo was applied to covered the steel and tied with rope in locally way.

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This creates new work detailed application that shows the well-blended of local technique and the current material could get along together.PO-D Architects Company Limited.

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Mekong Pavilion at Jim Thompson Farm Gallery

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