46 all(zone) goes wallpaper

We just received the latest September issue of Wallpaper* Thailand which featured our little work in ARCHITECTURE HOTSHEET column –> we are very honored, flattered and so so hot.

The project published is Pim’s House and Ceramic Studio we finished late last year –you perhaps knew it already.

The article written is very interesting. The writer, Suriya Garudabandhu, could communicate the key issues of the project very well without bombarding a lot of architectural jargon to confuse common audiences. Still it is has a bit of entertaining sarcastic humor, such as when he writes: “We believe that there are many people collaborating behind a successful architecture. Amazing piece like Guggenheim Museum (at Bibao – my addition) would not have been realized without those who translated those sketchy sketches of Frank Gehry into construction drawings. (And we perhaps have to give a credit of Gehry office’s janitors who had a marvelous insight being able to differentiate study models from trashes.)” It is translated from Thai text of:เราเชื่อว่าความสำเร็จของงานสถาปัตยกรรมสักชิ้นนั้นมีผู้อยู่เบื้องหลังมากมาย สถาปัตยกรรมอันน่าตื่นตาอย่าง Guggenhiem Museum คงไม่มีทางเป็นจริงได้ ถ้าขาดคนถ่ายทอดสเก็ตช์ อันขยุกขยิก ของ Frank Gehry ให้เป็นแบบก่อสร้าง (และเราอาจจะต้องให้เครดิตคนทำความสะอาดออฟฟิศที่มีญาณทัศนะวิเศษ สามารถแยกแยะได้ว่าอันไหนขยะ อันไหน study model). -_-”

The amazing thing for me is they also published this photo of our design process – very rare in design magazine like Wallpaper*. If you wanna read more of the text, please get this latest issue of Wallpaper* in any bookstores or newspaper stands near you.

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