01.  Apartamento 4000 (Work In Progress)

Apartamento 4000 is a revitalisation project aimed at transforming a late 90s apartment nestled in Southern Bangkok into a brighter and bolder space. The challenge lies in restoring the apartment adhering to a budget under £4000. 

Interior Design   |   Renovation
Nestled in the heart of the Thonburi district, this mid-century haven blends urban living with the serene lush green surroundings. A short stroll away from Thonburirom Park, the property face away from the bustling city. This faithfully restored late 90s apartment is characterised by bright and expansive interiors that envelope the charm of mid-century design.

The space exudes timeless elegance, accentuated by a thoughtfully curated selection of neutral materials. 

02. Interspecies Dining

Interspecies Dining offers an unparalleled gastronomic adventure, where humans and other species converge to explore the culinary marvels of the world. 

Installation    |   Concept Design
Through culinary techniques and a deep understanding of animal behaviour, this concept transforms dining into an immersive journey of discovery and delight.  It is on the table where boundaries are blurred and connections between species are celebrated.

Through dishes and the wonders of nature, this vision promises an unforgettable experience that evoke the senses, sparks curiosity, and inspires a reverence for the biodiversity that enriches our stomach.

03.  Flavourscape

Part serious, part whimsical, this year's exhibition invites visitors to embark on a journey that challenges conventional thinking about the intricate relationship between food and landscape.

Exhibition   |   Participatory Design
A recurring theme in our city is the ongoing tension between progress and the preservation of rural areas. This tension serves as a constant reminder that the fate of our urban spaces is deeply intertwined with the fate of our farmlands, and vice versa.

At this table, we pose questions that challenge convention: What flavour does this kinship between urban and rural areas carry? How can we actively shape this ever-evolving landscape? And perhaps most importantly, how can the principles of re-commoning be applied to enrich and transform our flavourscape.

04.  New Mersea Common

Architectural project designed with the community, at local and bioregional scales allows for multiple
futures for the New Mersea Commons.

Short Film    |   Participatory citizen science
The film acts as a catalyst for the introduction of participatory tools in relocation projects and investigates how approaches that involve people and operate at local scales allow for the preservation of traditional referents, while also creating resilient relocation strategies.