Colorful Bangkok
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Colorful Bangkok

by deboraj on 31 May 2020 for Rookie Awards 2020

An exhibition created to introduce, promote, and experience Bangkok.

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Project Brief:

An exhibition is created to promote a certain city or country. As for this project, Bangkok is chosen to be promoted in this exhibition. The structure itself is a pop-up container. This exhibition aimed to introduce people about Bangkok and its culture, promote Bangkok, also to let visitors experience a part of Bangkok.

Target Market:

Local Malaysian (age 17-40), Tourists (age 17-40)

Client:

Bangkok

Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand. The language spoken there is Thai and the currency that they used is Baht. It is also known as 'The City of Angels'. Bangkok is known to be the biggest and most industrialised city in Thailand, but able to keep its historic architecture and customs.

Site:

Dataran Merdeka

Jalan Raja, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Dataran Merdeka or Merdeka Square is known to be one of Malaysia's famous landmark. Many locals and tourists visit the area. The accessibility of this site is quite easy, because there is parking area for those who drive by themselves and various public transports are available here. The exhibition will only take a small part of the field, so there will be a lot of space left.

Concept:

Reflection

The word 'reflection' came because elements that can be found in Bangkok. First, the architecture style in Bangkok consists of structures that reflects each other. The famous Bangkok's river also have reflection, as well as the pattern that Bangkok have, where a lot of the pattern reflect each other. These all elements then support the concept of reflection that will be applied throughout the exhibition design.

Plan

              Ground Floor                                                                                                       First Floor  

Elevation and Section

                                                                          Facade Elevation

                                                                          Section X-X

                                                                          Section Y-Y

Elevation of Songkran Display                                         Elevation of Traditional Clothes Display

Perspectives

                                                                                Facade  

                                                                      Reception Counter

                                                                        Introduction Area

                                                               Traditional Clothes Display

                                                                          River Display

                                                                       Tuk-Tuk Display

                                                                        Muay Thai Display

                                                                  Loy Krathong Display

                                                                        Songkran Display

                                                                        Temple Display

                                                                         Food Stall

                                                              Outdoor Seating Area


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