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Eco Building: Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd

Eco Building Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd Interior Design Ideas

Eco Building Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd Interior Design Ideas – future home design

Here are the cool eco building – bridgestone pavilion by Architectkidd.  Showcases Innovative Eco Technologies at Green Fair in Bangkok. Architectkidd had the opportunity to implement design approaches and features that are relatively unique among current standard construction practices in Thailand. The building design was generated based on 3-dimensional spatial requirements. The starting points were the interior functions, building heights and site boundaries, as well as the continuous flow of visitors from entrance, exhibitions, to exit. The requirements were digitized volumetrically and merged to form the overall building, with the exterior a result of optimizing the interior spaces while minimizing extraneous elements such as additional edges, corners, and leftover spaces. Other aspects of the Bridgestone Pavilion that relate to the 'Future Seed? concept include new technologies and products displays that show how Bridgestone products originate and are inspired by nature. The exhibition design is by DesignLAB and construction coordinated by Pico.

The curvilinear  bridgestone pavilion is formed form polymer-based materials and coated in a Firestone Ecowhite Rubbergard, which is a flexible and reflective roofing membrane. The windows are coated with EVA heat-reflecting film laminated on the glass windows and doors of the pavilion. On the roof of the pavilion, Panasonic/Sanyo supplied light-transmitting solar panels (installed as a roof skylight) to produce energy for the temporary pavilion. The BOI Fair began on January 5th and will be open to the public until January 20th, where you can see a number of exhibits and pavilions like the Bridgestone Pavilion to learn about new eco friendly technologies and products. Now look the Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd with picture below:

Project Summary: Name: Bridgestone Pavilion Scope: Architecture Owner: Bridgestone Group Thailand Client Representative: Dentsu (Thailand) Architectkidd Project Team: Luke Yeung, Phuttipan Aswakool, Pailin Paijitsattaya, Vichayuth Meenaphant Exhibition Design: DesignLAB Structural Design: Montree Sayabovorn MEP Design: Parkpoom Rodwarna, Suthee Saengthubthim, Chatchaval Chandung Building Contractors: Pico Thailand Project Area: 500 sqm Completion date: January 2012


Amazing Eco Building Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd

Amazing Eco Building Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd – unique pavilion design

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Unique Eco Building Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd

Unique Eco Building Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd – innovative eco technologies

White and Red Eco Building Bridgestone Pavilion in Bangkok by Architectkidd

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