Architecture student represents the region in the national competition of energy-efficient house design

Congratulations to Mr. Warut Phruethithammakul, a 4th year architecture student who won the first prize; Miss Sasitorn Saejung, the first runner-up, Miss Chankan Pitipatyothin, the second runner-up in the Young Architect ECO Home Contest of the Northeast Region and the Contest of the 150 m2 Energy-Efficient House.

And Congratulations to Mr. Natthapong Seerajit, who entered the final round for the 300 m2 home contest of all regions.

The Young Architect ECO Home Contest opens up a chance for undergraduate students or the equivalent who are studying in Faculty of Architecture or other faculties, related to design and energy saving, to submit their works in the contest. The outcome will be eco-house or a house that uses energy efficiently, which can be further developed into a standard house design with BOQ ready for the public to download free of charge and use in their eco-house construction. The student receiving the first prize will represent the Northeast region at the contest called Young Architect Camp.


Information and Photos: Young Architect ECO Home Contest and Warut Phruethithammakul

News: Kannaphat Sirikiat


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