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Colours encouraging communication: Bangkok University Creative Center (Video)

Bangkok University Creative Center (BUCC) was designed by Bangkok-based Supermachine Studio. Excelling in the extensive use of bold colours, the two floors that shelter the center were transformed into 600 square meters of public spaces including a workshop, a library, an exhibition space, viewing room and office. The design team from Supermachine included Pitupong Chaowakul, Nuntawat Tassanasangsoon, Suchart Ouypornchaisakul, and Worawit Hongwiang.

They centered the design around an 180 square-meter wall -“Lo-Fi pixel wall” – with 10,000 custom-made rotating four-sided plastic pieces in pink, blue, green and yellow. The wall is used by students to create colour patterns or write messages. A green pod in the student’s workshop shelters the internet center. The colourful design facilitates communication, expands the creativity and encourages flexible experimentation.

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Ada Teicu

Ada always dreamed of transforming her love for writing into a lifestyle. Passionate about all things beautiful, from faithful dogs to homemade cooking or climbing her beautiful homeland mountains, she was very much into interior design and architectural wonders. Ada is from Timisoara, Romania, loves purple and turquoise and her all-time favorite c[...]

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