大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio

大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio

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  • 主创建筑师: Boonserm Premthada
  • 项目团队: Boonserm Premthada, Nathan Mehl
  • 工程设计: Preecha Suvaparpkul
  • 业主: Surin Provincial Administration Organisation
  • 项目顾问: Surin Provincial Administration Organisation
  • Engineering: Rattanachart Construction Company Limited
  • Construction: Rattanachart Construction Company Limited
  • Country: 泰国
大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 建筑图
Over 480,0000 fired clay bricks are made by hand from loam found in the area. Employing the technique that has been passed down through generations, the construction creates jobs and income for the locals while increasing the value of the often-overlooked local material. Image © Spaceshift Studio


大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 建筑图, 砖
Courtyards of different shapes and sizes open up from the four exhibition galleries. Some are filled with small pools, some with reddish earth just like the landscape outside. Image © Spaceshift Studio
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Plan - The museum is divided into 4 sections. The main exhibition room is surrounded by outdoor paths, which are in turns encircled by a layer of supporting services: a library, a seminar room and a coffee shop. Meanwhile, another exhibition gallery is flanked by small pools evoking the vital sustenance once deprived from the village
大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 室内图, 门
The brick walls of various heights overlap one another as one walks through to the interior. Each side of a room is surrounded by courtyards of different sizes and shapes. Image © Spaceshift Studio


大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 建筑图, 砖
© Spaceshift Studio


大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 建筑图
© Spaceshift Studio


大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 建筑图, 砖
Not only showcasing artefacts related to the age-old culture of the Kui, but the architecture of the museum also embodies the soul of the Kui and their elephants. This reflects in elements such as water pools. Water is brought inside the museum, symbolising and reminding locals and visitors of the importance of adequate clean water as the crucial factor for both to survive. Image © Spaceshift Studio


大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 建筑图
Curved walls at varying heights sprout from the vast landscape. Some slope down to the ground, acting like a door that opens to visitors of an elephant’s size. Image © Spaceshift Studio


大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 建筑图, 鸟瞰图
The low-lying building spans an area of 140x140 metres, with brick walls serving as partitions between outdoor corridors and sheltered rooms such as galleries, a library and other services. Image © Spaceshift Studio


大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio - 建筑图
At Kui village, Humans live under the same roof as elephants—regarding them as family members rather than pets. This tradition, culture, and wisdom of living together have been passed down for generations. For centuries, they live in a rural village with the most significant number of domesticated elephants in Thailand. Image © Spaceshift Studio




地址:Surin, 泰国

引用: "大象博物馆 / Bangkok Project Studio" [Elephant Museum Elephant World / Bangkok Project Studio] 27 9月 2020. ArchDaily. Accesed . <https://www.archdaily.cn/cn/948397/da-xiang-bo-wu-guan-bangkok-project-studio>



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