An underused public space in Nang Loeng, Bangkok, has been refreshed and energized with added greenery and new park furniture. The project is the result of a design-build program, engaging with the community and local students to develop a proposal that would bring life back to the site. The project included both the design of a new park and the curation of the launch event. The launch, 'Nang Loeng: Join Our Craft', welcomed local venders and artisans into the space to share their techniques and cooking skills, while activating the new and improved park environment. 
Each zone housed one of the new furniture components: a large L-shaped double-sided bench, a play 'pyramid' with swing and climbing surfaces, notice board, and a two tiered stand / stage. All new equipment was designed and constructed using scrap materials donated by Ford Thailand. 
Rebecca van Beeck
Danny Wills
Gianmaria Socci
International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA)
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
The Nang Loeng Community
Promprop District Office
Royal Crown Property Bureau
Ford Resource and Engagement Center
Ford Motor Company
Urban Studies Lab (USL)
Scholars of Sustenance (SOS)
Lighting & Equipment PLC
Thunda Rerkpaisan, Panas Saengvanich, Chommalee Durongpisitkul, Thanjira Vimonanupong, Patr Vacharanukulkiet, Ramita Yibmontasiri, Bhuvarin Thaveetermsakul, Pattharaprapa Thongprasert, Takrit Mekpanuwat, Supatsorn Boontumma, Punnathorn Phuwichit, Nithikorn Seangkeaw, Sitanan Teeracharoenchai, Pakjira Itthisang, Panchaya Sonkom, Sakdithat Pitakkotchakorn, Boontita Boonsusakul, Tossaporn Sarochsuwan, Chutikarn Kaewudom, Palida Emwattana, Pasinee Kerdpongvanich, Chanarop Phothisit, Chanuti Sukhumcharoenchit, Manachanok Tantraporn, Phudtripart Bhudthonamochai, Prao Sirisaksopit, Premmika Taechavarangkul, Pollakrit Naimee, Tanyadhorn Dumrongkijkarn, Thanapond Namnanthasith
Nang Loeng Park
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