1) Build a body of knowledge on vernacular architecture and its related environment in the southern region and collect it for dissemination as a source of academic research on vernacular architecture in the southern region.
2) Architectural students realize and appreciate the unique architectural identity of the southern region.
principle and reason
The School of Architecture and Design organizes a project to conserve local architectural heritage in the south every year. by integrated with teaching and learning Thai architecture course to focus on students in the aforementioned courses and project participants Recognize and appreciate the unique architectural identity of the southern region This is in line with the school’s determination to be a database of local architecture in the south as a learning and research center on arts and culture. It is also a continuation to preserve local arts and culture in the south to be a learning center that can provide academics. Architectural students or people who are interested in learning together and participating in the conservation of valuable architecture. The conservation from the community itself is integrated with the learning and participation of teachers. and students both within and between the faculties of architecture in the southern region and be able to physically develop the community as a cultural attraction by participating in the community itself. This will result in the conservation of valuable architecture. and community development to support sustainable cultural tourism This will generate income for the villagers and continuation of local wisdom and way of life together on the cultural base of the community itself.
The project to preserve local architectural heritage in the south Architecture, academic year 2020
Lead the students on a field trip to study vernacular architecture in the south, survey the temple, write and model Thai architecture.
Phra Ubosot, Hor Chan, Hor Trai, Wat Wanchalik, Hua Sai District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province and Khuan Prong Temple, Mueang District, Phatthalung Province