Architects in Thailand and what to expect

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1.) Project management or other professionals used during the project.
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3.) Architectural styles used within Thailand.

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Re: Architects in Thailand and what to expect

Postby Sometimewoodworker » Tue Dec 12, 2017 4:11 pm

Cheeryble wrote:
I was actually thinking of reducing the south (top) roof overhang to get a bit of direct light. Yes it may give a wee bit of warmth but the high windows if open will also allow a nice convection of any warm air up and out with air coming in the other side and lower

With our clearstory windows we have a 1.5 meter roof overhang with a white roof on top that has a grey underneath. The windows are only 0.5 metres high so no direct sun but they give a lot of light



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