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- Построен в этом месте: 1972
- Название на тайском:สวนอัมพร
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- Страница владельца в Wikipedia:
new Suan Amporn Pavilion
2.2 date completion: 1972
architectural and other designers: Krisda Arunvongse Na Ayudhya
3.1 general description: Economic growth and rising population in the 1970s led to ever larger product fairs and festivals in the city. This soon culminated in a demand for a multi-purpose building suitable for a variety of city events. As a result, new Suan Amporn Pavilion was built in 1972.
3.2 construction: reinforced concrete structure with 15 meter column-free span and folded plate roof
3.3 context: Significantly, new Suan Amporn Pavilion was built on royal grounds, but functioned as both a public-use building, and a royal venue.
4.1 technical: Using the latest concrete engineering techniques, Krisda Arunvongse Na Ayudhya incorporated a folded plate roof, creating a large stretch of space adaptable for various uses.
4.2 social: In contrast to the surrounding backdrop of Amporn and Ananda Samakhom Throne Halls, the modern structure was a symbol of the evolving relationship between monarchy and the people.
4.3 cultural & aesthetic: Visitors to the 1972 Red Cross Fair at the New Suan Amporn pavilion marveled at the huge 15 meter column-free span.
4.4 historical: The new Suan Amporn Pavilion was held the 1972 Red Cross Fair which was one of the national important events.
4.5 general assessment: The brief for the pavilion included serving as an occasional badminton court for the King and as a reception hall for the Queen’s state visitors (the current King and Queen).