<p>The Bangkok Fashion Hub was a competition entry requesting the design of a fashion education centre, retail space, library, restaurant, bar, cafe, and dedicated space for runway shows and fashion exhibitions. As the competition was theoretical in nature, we were allowed us to think outside-of-the-box, to push the boundaries of architecture, fashion and design. As a concept, we looked to the notoriety of Thai Silk, and from there to the process of silk making. The form and functions of the project developed as we examined silk in its many forms; the silk worm cocoons, the thread, and the woven textile patterns on the loom all influenced the final design.</p>
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Bangkok Fashion Hub

The Bangkok Fashion Hub was a competition entry requesting the design of a fashion education centre, retail space, library, restaurant, bar, cafe, and dedicated space for runway shows and fashion exhibitions. As the competition was theoretical in nature, we were allowed us to think outside-of-the-box, to push the boundaries of architecture, fashion and design. As a concept, we looked to the notoriety of Thai Silk, and from there to the process of silk making. The form and functions of the project developed as we examined silk in its many forms; the silk worm cocoons, the thread, and the woven textile patterns on the loom all influenced the final design.