Chao Pho Than Muang Thong Shrine.
Located at 120 Moo 2, Sichon Sub-district, Sichon District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province 80120, with an area of 3 rai 2 ngan, located along the Sichon Canal. Chao Pho Than Muang Thong Shrine is a place of important religious ceremonies for Chinese people in Sichon District. Nakhon Si Thammarat Province especially the celebration of the Chao Pho Than Muang Thong Shrine, which is held annually during the month of March Demonstrates important cultural traditions of the people in the community.
Chao Pho Than Muang Thong Shrine.
There is an idea to improve the landscape surrounding the shrine area. which is the waterfront area of Khlong Pak Nam Sichon to create a good environment Conserving Thai-Chinese culture as well as promoting activities to promote the health of people in the community and economic development for the surrounding community areas.
It is conducted by the Department of Architecture in conjunction with courses ARC59-354 and ARC59-355.
(The person responsible for the project Sasipim Issarawattana and Pornthip Kimnuan)
Operation period 2 April 2021 – 31 August 2021
School of Architecture and Design Architecture has organized an academic service project by integrated with teaching and learning with interior design courses to focus on the students of the aforementioned courses and project participants Realized and valued the architectural identity in the area in order to develop and improve existing buildings to be useful. and more suitable for current needs by choosing Nakhon Si Thammarat Province with support for cultural tourism and natural tourism and currently have The number of visitors to pay homage to the sacred things, including Phra Mahathat Mueang Nakhon Reverend Father Than Klai, That Noi Temple, Ai Khai Dek, Chedi Temple Ta Phran Boon, Wat Yang Yai, etc. In order to accommodate visitors, there is a Thasala Tourism Club group, THASALA DISTRICT, foreseeing the potential of Tha Sala in many aspects, with the aim of opening a house to welcome the influx of tourists. Nakhon Si Thammarat Province Tha Sala used to be just a transit city. But from now on, Tha Sala will not be a pass. But it is a city that anyone must visit, must see, must check in, must stop and taste. When exploring the old town, it is found that there are commercial buildings with interesting architectural styles. Therefore, 4 case study buildings were selected for students to study, explore and present activities that occur in the building. and propose guidelines for the design and improvement of commercial buildings in Tha Sala District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province
Conducted by the Department of Architecture in conjunction with the ARC62-241 course.
(Responsible for the project: Jittima Chaokaew, Supanit Wisetsathorn and Pornthip Kimmuan)
Operation period from 2 February 2021 – 30 April 2021
An old commercial building (wooden building) located at the intersection of San Chao, Talat Sichon Road, is an old wooden building that is almost 100 years old. It is a historical evidence that shows the commercial prosperity of Sichon District in the past.
Athit Ton Payom Sichon Market (Talad Deva) There is a project to improve and develop the area of an old commercial building (wooden building) at San Chao Intersection, Sichon Talat Road to be a hostel. For supporting tourists in the old city of Sichon that represents the identity and way of the community of Sichon people
Conducted by the Department of Interior Design in conjunction with INT62-213 and INT62-321 courses.
(The person responsible for the project Assistant Professor Panuwat Sawasdee/ Chitipat Premsanga)
Operation period 19 February 2021 – 31 August 2021
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 interested people come to learn together and take part in preserving 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