Pylonesque. Mixed-use structure to collect water in a school, by Pareid + INDA

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Architects
Pareid. Lead architects.- Déborah López + Hadin Charbel. INDA (International Program in Design and Architecture), Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University.
Project Team
Students.- Jirayu Ariyadilak, Tanatsorn Sriarj, Onjira Mahitthafongkul, Buncharin Eua-arporn, Ananya Lappanichpoonpon, Kantima Saetung, Thanapat Itvarakorn, Vich Vichayastit, Raewadee Lamlertsuk, Marisa Rosam, Palin Singhasirithum, Kittimont Kookasemkij, Proudwarin Phannachet, Supanat Chaiyanopakul, Chanon Viroonchan, Nana Boonorm, Passakorn Suwanggool, Suppanut Tantraporn, Sasina Nakmontanakum, Sahasrungsri Wajchathon, Thanapon Harnpattanapanich (INDA, Chulalongkorn University)
Collaborators
Structural engineer.- Thitiphan Tungjaroenchai Teaching Assistant.- Chularach Engchanil.
Client
Baan Wang Toei School
 
Area
Work area.- 210 m² (built), 550 m² (landscape).
Dates
2019
Location
Ban Wang Toey School, 293 หมู่ 17 Tambon Taluk Du, Amphoe Thap Than, Chang Wat, Uthai Thani 61120, Thailand.
Sponsors
Mitsubishi Elevators, TH + INDA (Chulalongkorn Univerisity)
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Déborah López, Hadin Charbel. Pareid

Pareid. Déborah López and Hadin Charbel are architects and founders of Pareid; an interdisciplinary design and research studio currently located in London, United Kingdom. Their works adopt approaches from various fields and contexts, addressing topics related to climate, ecology, human perception, machine sentience, and their capacity for altering current modes of existence through iminent fictions (if).

They are both Teaching Fellows The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL in the B-Pro program where they run Research Cluster 1 entitled “Monumental Wastelands”. The cluster focuses on permafrost thaw in the arctic and the ramifications and implications at a planetary scale. Using climate fiction as a vehicle, speculations are put forward that engage various ecologies via sentient machines and automated landscapes, through which current economically profitable models are challenged.

Previously they were Adjunct Professors and Second Year Co-cordinators at the International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA) at the Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University  (Bankgok).

Awarded with the Monbukagakusho scholarship (MEXT) between 2014-2018, they received their Master in Engineering in the Field of Architecture  from the University of Tokyo (T-ADS), after which they remained as researchers and tutors. Hadin received his B.A in architectural studies from UCLA and Deborah a Bachelor of Arts and Master’s of Architecture from the European University of Madrid.

Recently they presented their project, Foll(i)cle, A Toxi-Cartography for Bangkok at the Royal Academy or Arts, as part of the Eco-Visionaries Symposium, Confronting a planet in a state of emergency. Their research has been featured and presented at conferences in the United States and Europe including ACADIA Post-human Frontiers (Taubman College, Ann Arbor, MI, 2016), Technarte Art+Technology Conference (Bilbao, 2017), COCA First International Conference in Architectural Communication (ETSAM, Madrid, 2017) and at ACADIA Disciplines & Disruption (MIT, Cambridge, 2017).

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