The 3.84 ha. Plot located on the campus’s main
North-South-Axis next to the Boromratchonnanee to be the university’s
Landmark-Main Assembly-Concert-Hall & Conference-Center. Our Designed-Site
plan located the main hall at the center of main axis with
symmetrical-balance-design. The big massive Parking-Conference Center-Building
was located & sunken below surface on the side of Northside-OpenSpace to
reduce the height of the building not to intimidate the Main-Hall as
To be in-line with The University’s Green Campus concept,
all open-spaces has been designed to maximize green spaces enveloped with
masses of variety of tree to tie with the campus environment goal and yet allow
visibility of open view towards the Prince Mahidol Hall from all directions.
Each space has its own character and function usage with different planting
design to give different ambience in the manner of cohesive variety of spaces.
Together with design aim to minimize the movement of vehicular system and focus
on the linkage of pedestrian and bicycle system of the Campus Master Plan.
Thus, shall create a sustainable and pleasurable environment for the image of
the University main-slogan of “A Promised place to live and learn with
The North & South Open-space were designed with a
strong symmetrical balance rectangular space (in-line with the campus
main-grid) with rows of singular specie of tree masses envelop the spaces to
signify and presents the stability, elegant & Gracefulness of the
University’s Prince Mahidol Hall to the public aligned with the Campus main
North-South-Axis. On the North Plaza, more hardscape was placed for heavy
function in the events such as Graduation Ceremony, Loy-Kratong-Festival
etc. At the Center, a-natural-water-pond
was designed for both function and aesthetic purposes as main water retention,
air conditioning as evaporative cooling with breeze and mirror effect of the
pond to reflect the Hall’s gracious-images.
The East-North East OpenSpace on the other hands were
design with a lesser formal space shape of negative space mimic the Main Hall
Positive shape derive from Chest X-ray view & Gunpaimahidol (Afgekia
mahidoliae)’s flower with force perspective to give different perceptions &
focus towards the main hall from different directions.
Prince Mahidol’s Statue
in an informal-seating-posture holding the baby-late-King-Rama-IX the great was
placed off center from the East-Axis in the East-side open-space & Main
Bldg.’s Dropoff, to represent the reachable Royal who was dedicated His
life-work as the father of Thai’s Modern medicine where the University has
bared His name.