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PHTAA Living Design：该项目的建筑风格是对古典柱体、柱头和檐口的重新利用和诠释。其建筑材料来自曼谷一家以家具和材料闻名的古老混凝土灰泥商店Nothasin。设计师重新利用商店后院堆积的不同风格的残余圆柱和柱顶，部分成卷曲状与其他柱子环绕纠缠的柱子，以及角落墙面上展示的出售檐口样板，组装在一起变成了一件崭新的艺术品。
PHTAA Living Design：The architecture of Found is based on the use and reinterpretation of the classical columns, capitals and cornices sourced from Nothasin, an old concrete stucco shop in Bangkok, known for its furniture and material shops. The shop’s backyard was filled with leftover columns and capitals in many styles. Some of the columns had been sculptured to curl around others. In another corner, to show what could be ordered, cornices were mounted together on a wall in a way that made them look like an art piece.
▼落客区雕塑 The drop-off sculpture
Stucco, a construction material made of aggregates, a binder, and water, is used as a decorative coating for walls and ceilings and as a sculptural and artistic material in architecture. It originated in ancient times with Greek and Roman culture and its popularity has remained as ‘classical style’ until recently. Unfortunately, often it is used inappropriately, either in the wrong context (for example to show wealth) or wrong scale (for example in domestic architecture), so has become less popular due to these associations. We were interested in introducing stucco in a new way, with different usage and patterns in a style we call ‘AUTHENTIC FAKE’.
Spaces in Found are sequenced and separated in consideration of the flow of guests from arrival to seating in the main hall. After the drop-off sculpture, there are three nodes where guests stop: a photo gallery, a guest registry desk with a sign-in book, and a space where guests can be photographed with the bride and groom. Distances between nodes are longer or shorter depending on the time spent at each node to control the movement of people.
▼整体布局俯瞰 Overall layout overlooking
The drop-off sculpture is made by carving out space from a cluster of columns, while the nodes use columns next to each other to create circular walls.
▼落客区雕塑夜景 Night view of the drop-off sculpture
▼内庭 Inner space
▼排列构成的“墙壁”边界，延续了几分古典韵味 The “wall” boundary that continues classical lasting appeal
In another area, a “garden of columns” was created with columns made of five types of capitals stacked on top of each other and then arranged in a grid. This is an area for guests to explore and take photographs.
▼柱体花园 Garden of columns
Between the garden of columns and the sequenced nodes is a multi-purpose courtyard, which also contains the staircase and balcony for the bride to throw the bouquet after the wedding.
▼用于扔捧花的高台 Balcony for the bride to throw the bouquet after the wedding
The main hall, with two stages for wedding and engagement ceremonies, has a capacity to hold 260 guests. Again, columns are lined up side by side to create a textured interior wall of the hall. Functional support rooms, such as bride and guest rooms, catering facilities and storage, are located behind the main wedding stage.
▼通往大厅的入口 Entrance to the main hall
▼主厅内两个平台 Two stages in the main hall
▼纹理感十足的内墙 Textured interior wall
▼随处可见的古典柱体元素 Classical columns element
Altogether these are memorable, dream-like spaces, with color and texture similar to fresco painting. The playful use of the classical column, usually reserved for buildings of importance, adds to the ceremonial quality of the design without being a pastiche of classical architecture.
▼柱体花园分析图 Analysis of the garden of columns
▼细部分解详图 Detail breakdown diagram
建筑公司：PHTAA Living Design
制造商：Nontaslip, Polydec, SCG
建筑团队：PHTAA Living Design, Ponwit Ratanatanatevilai, Sukdisan Thongtan, Suradet Nutham
室内设计：Harisadhi Leelayuwapan, Lattapon Nopparatborinot, Natthawut Prathumset
Architects: PHTAA Living Design
Area: 4500 m²
Manufacturers: Nontaslip, Polydec, SCG
Lighting Designer: Studioluxsit
Architects: PHTAA Living Design, Ponwit Ratanatanatevilai, Sukdisan Thongtan, Suradet Nutham
Interior Design: Harisadhi Leelayuwapan, Lattapon Nopparatborinot, Natthawut Prathumset
Consultant Supervisor: Pongsakron Phattranurakyotin
Landscape Designer: Theerapong Sanguansripisut
Contractor: Khong Thavorn
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