Songkram River Basin: Floating Vernacular Architecture
Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Songkram river basin is located in the Upper North Eastern of Thailand (so called Isan). As a part of the 4 factors, one of the vernacular architecture of Songkram river basin, "Pae Sadung Yak", the unique local fishery raft that strongly shown the sense of simplicity and wisdom. This research extract new design concept of vernacular architecture which will transform this bamboo fishing raft into the new application as a floating resort. The results of this research are not only preserving the intangible heritage local wisdom of this particular "Rock Salt", but also the creation of circular economy which could elevate the wealthier status of the people in the area and attract people from different cultures such as the outsider or tourists and lead them to experience the new "Isan lifestyle" which handcrafted design for sustainable tourism.
The article in the document titled "The advancement of the human factor in architecture Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure,” pp. 23–27, 2020. At the Proceedings of the AHFE 2020 Virtual Conference on Human Factors in Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure, July 16-20, 2020, USA.
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