Doors, windows, and bathrooms are necessities when building a home. There are forks, spoons, plates, tables, and chairs while we eat. These are the fundamental norms that everybody is aware of and has a natural familiarity with. It’s probably not a thing if it’s missing. But we disregard it, failing to take into account the fact that every person’s body is different and subject to constant change.Read More »
The change will definitely occur once you comprehend
I’ve been working on “City Walk” continuously for the past eight years. Started by going to regularly deliver exceptional seminars. I began by doing it with college students from the faculty of architecture and social development. In collaboration with the youth and the network, we steadily widened the area to cooperate till these days.Read More »
Small grooved grille cover – Good for everyone
I want to tell you about this moment: I was in front of the children sitting and watching, every grille cover looks like this. And I already know that you will definitely fall. And it’s just as I thought…Read More »
Thailand train platform level: Higher or lower?
This week we work and research the height of the SRT station’s platform, which is currently a hot issue. We survey the area to see with our eyes and confirm what it’s like. And we would like to invite anyone who is interested in this matter of concern in providing positive feedback and further knowledge.Read More »
“When your physical body changes, your whole world changes”. –Special lecture on Inclusive Design at DBTM, Thammasat University.
This was some of my talk for students that touched me heartfully during my special lecture on Inclusive Design at DBTM, Thammasat University. During the lecture, We did an experiment illustrating that what would it look, and feel, like to be a disabled. All students were required to perform like in a particular kind of disability such as being blinded and being on wheelchair.Read More »
Accessibility & Social Responsibility in Bangkok City 2019 – DBTM’s Inclusive Design at Faculty of Architecture
We took the students from the Faculty of Architecture, Thammasat University to survey on the city accessibility, traffic system, and public transportations and also I wanted our younger to look over was social responsibility. For 9 hours, They were very nice and patient. I could feel that they have learned, seen, and experienced an actual ‘disabled life’ in Thai society. From experiencing a real tough life of handicapped persons, some of them cried, some of them had hand injury and some almost fainted from the exhaustment. All lessons they had learned that day would be useful for all architecture designs …Read More »
“You’re helping us and you get nothing…” the mission to build an accessible city for everyone.
“You’re helping us and you get nothing…” A voice from the Thammasat University law students, year 2016 that I had the opportunity to work with. This is the second time that we are meeting to make an appeal at the Traffic and Transportation Department of Bangkok City (TTD) for the construction of skywalk so that it’s accessible to everyone.Read More »
Special project with law students 56, Thammasart University
Students contacted me because they wanted more information about the accessibility issue associated with sky walk. They would like to send accessibility project report to their professor. I asked for all the students have to involved in the project, to let them understand the real problem.Read More »