Project 2: "Habitat" by Chawill Visavakornvisit

             Spaces of Bangkok in the future are less and limit. I come up with structure by designing middle space to be an area for people activities. Therefore, interior will be designed to fulfill limited space. People of all ages in the community have to live together and share activities in the central area. The important things for space usage of future Bangkok is the designed that combined space for teenage, working people and old people together. Also focus on the technologies that affect people’s daily life.

Folded : divided space into three bedrooms which are one master bedroom and two bedroom. Each bedroom will not connect to other bedroom so it gives the same level of privacy.
    Unfolded : open bedrooms’s space into living area that entire space except bathroom are con- nected. Family will be shared activities here 


Lumphini Park is a 360-rai (142-acre) park in Bangkok, Thailand. Lumpi- ni Park has over the years grown into the endearing centre for outdoor leisure activities for Bangkokians, who would convene before and after sunset to enjoy a round of jog, light workout, aerobics and a host of other recreational activities.
Lumpini Park appeals to people of all ages today, from wise elders practicing tai chi, sweethearts lounging by the lakeside, to nine-to-five workers craving fresh air and physical exercise - and every other shade in between. The park is home to ever rarer indigenous flora, a forest park, A bright and early morning stride or at dusk is the best time to go see grown-ups at play. On weekends, the space is animated by families and the cheery sounds of children. Some of the colourful recreational pursuits at the park include rowing, paddleboats, and a fun outdoor gym.