Love is in the Airs
Impact Convention Center, Bangkok / May, 2004
An annual exposition of The Association of Siamese Architects at Impact Convention Center, Muang Thong Thai during April 2004. The inflatable structure, the cheapest method per volume is applied to overcome the vast volume of the exhibition hall of 20 meter high, 3,500 sq.m. The recycle plastic cup panels give continuity to the space while dividing it into different program.
Born in Bangkok, received her B. Arch from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok (1993), M.S.AAD. from Columbia University, New York (1998) and Ph.D. from The University of Tokyo (2002). Currently based in Bangkok, she is teaching at Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University and working as an architect with all(zone) Ltd. where she is also a co-founder.
Born in Bangkok, received his B. Arch (with Hons.) from Chulalongkorn University (2004), Master Degree in Contemporary Living at NABA Milano (2010) with a scholarship awarded by MIND program of Milan City.He is one of the founding staff of all(zone). In 2009 he represents Thailand at OFIX program 2009 of Young Asian Architects in Osaka. He is one of the very first staff member of all(zone).
Born in Bangkok, he received B.Arch from Silapakorn University and his Master Degree from the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona and the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunyauniversity, Spain. He has collaborated with us on several ‘fun’ projects, such as Love is in the Airs, Bangkok Design Festival related activities. Apart from being a good, young, bright and cool architect, he make excellent cocktails as well as mixing decent music on the turntable.
Born in Bangkok, he received B.A. (Graphic Design) from Chulalongkorn University. He is an art director and graphic designer of art4d in the past several years. Piyapong is perhaps the longest-time collaborator of all(zone) – even before all(zone) existed. As a graphic designer, he always brings our projects to an interesting direction such as Green Packaging, Love is in the Airs among many others.