Nattachomporn S

Group 17

Hi! I’m Natta. I joined Manchester School of Architecture in September 2020. Before joining the master’s degree, I did my undergraduate degree in Architecture from Bangkok, Thailand. Then I spent 1 year working in an Architecture company in my country. Now, I’m in Praxxis atelier. I enjoyed making 3D models using Rhino program, handmade models, and doing graphic design
Posted 1 Mar 2021 19:21
The first ice breaker exercise for the week involved creating a collaborative drawing of Beech Road Park using Zoom as a platform.

This exercise was inspired by Niall Mclaughlin Architects who organised a collective drawing workshop, which allowed people to draw parties all along their streets when lockdown ended via zoom. Around 300 people were collectively involved and it created a wonderful colourful and detailed drawing.

We are thrilled with how this simple half an hour exercise has a created a really exciting image and allowed some initial ideas to be discussed!
Posted 13 May 2021 17:05
Model making was the second most challenging task, as everyone needed to find any relevant materials around their house within a 5 minute timespan. The materials could be anything, even recycled materials! Everyone had to use imagination and adapt their ideas in order to successfully transform the materials from items inside their house!
Posted 13 May 2021 17:05

The potting shed is orientated in fenced corner towards Beech Road, the south side of the site. Nursery plants are displayed in the window of the solar space near the boundary of the park for the passers by to view.
Posted 21 May 2021 08:13

The welcome arch has been designed to welcome members of the community as well as new visitors into the park. Marking the threshold space between the entrance and the green space. It also frames the pathway leading directly across the park creating a meeting place for friends and families to gather.
Posted 21 May 2021 08:15

The planter bench proposal is a flexible design which has been created to give the park a small area for people and children to sit, interact or have a picnic or a dance! The planter speaks the same language as the potting shed and the welcome arch by incorporating the tiled walls, treated wooden tops and pedestal legs. The planter will be a moveable piece which can be sited anywhere in the park.
Posted 21 May 2021 08:16