A documentary film by Tritip (Pond) Chayasombat.
In a predetermined system of work, architects are obliged to comply with the developer’s ‘maximum-profit’ way of working. This project proves that the whole process can be subverted by implementing small changes in standardized components. Be it a window, a ceiling, or the position of a unit in the building, it guarantees a better performance of the same ordinary building, while answering the client’s financial concerns, the contractor’s limited skill sets, and most importantly ensuring an architect’s personal design agenda.
The Berlage Thesis Documentaries 2016.
Thesis advisors: Thomas Weaver, Ido Avissar.
Film expert and advisor: Mauricio Freyre.