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Neu-life : Mental Health Data Center 

studio Hani Rashid, Die Angewante

Wien, Austria     /ss2020

witchaya jingjit, jo cook, kaveh cheri

Mental Health is plaguing the world faster than any other disease and its impact is affecting the physical well being and happiness of the worlds inhabitants. Mental healths connection with physical ailments and didease. How can we change this? Neu-Life is a data centre that downloads human brain data from EEG and MRI machines and uses machine learning to give a digital diagnosis and prognosis basis and millions of peoples collected brain activity. The building aims to aid in prevention rather than reparation of mental health in humans leading to newer and happier lives.

Symbiotic Mobilization 

studio Hani Rashid, Die Angewante

Wien, Austria   /ss2019

witchaya jingjit, jo cook, Simon

The winter olympics is one of the worlds most vast events with the need of housing for up to 3000+ athletes.  This scenario raises the need for an urban development to house all of these people, for 16 days, in different locations. The big question is, What happens to these developments when the 16 day olympics is over? Situated between Milan, Livigno and Cortina in Italy,  the project explores the idea of an architecture existing in two different environments one rural, one urban, one temporary, one permanent, one with harsh environmental conditions the other less so. With the difference in parameters and one common denominator of a living unit the project explores how living units might be stacked, packed or organised both temporarily in Livigno and Cortina during the olympics and how this design typology changes when relocated after the olympics to a permanent situation in Milan where the demand for new housing is higher. Drawing inspiration from the past ideas and concepts of the Japanese movement of metabolism, Archigram’s plug in city and research on megastructures, the project explores new urban typologies as a prototype of living in the hope to propose new innovations by utilising technology in the hope to meet the demands of our ever increasing cities.

Bacteria Factory

Bachelor's Thesis Project, 2015

Kmitl, BKK, Thailand

witchaya jingjit

“Bacteria Factory" is an innovative building project (Biotechnology Prototype Laboratory) whose design is an application of bacterial characteristics on architecture. In reality, bacterial organisms adapt and balance themselves in different conditions. This project investigates, analyzes, and reproduces specific characteristics of bacteria into an architectural design by utilizing the principles of Biochemistry and Parametric Designs as follows:

1. A building structure which imitates bacterial proliferation and movement in different times and conditions
2. A building facade which imitates a bacteria cell membrane whose pressure is self-balanced, flexible, and resistant in various conditions with energy production from photosynthesis and means of energy storage.

Apart from the aforementioned, the bacteria model also applies directly with the designing of wastewater treatment and electricity production systems which create a renewable energy cycle similar to that of living bacteria.

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