3.5. Bangkok Fashion Hub Pattra Khoirangub



Pattra Khoirangub

I was born in Bangkok, Thailand in 1992. I am interested in architecture since many years so after my high school, I decided to start my career as an interior architect student in Chulalongkorn University and now I am in my 4th years of university.


Since my 1st year of university in Architecture, I had did many practical projects. I had been assign to design in many scales such as house, hotel, office building, spa, restaurants. Apart of assignments given, I tried to approach some architect companies and applied for internship during summer session. I had a great chance to apply my knowledge into the real work such as design house sample for the company.


Architecture is one of the 4 factors of people’s needs so some people might not notice that it is important because we are in it every day like background. In my own perception, the main job of architecture is to provide, build, and design a good feeling to the people who will use it. Architecture should first understand the need and want of the people and fill them. If the needs and wants are met, it will be good and also useful for the society.


I would like to participate in architecture vision competition because I think that it is a good opportunities to develop my skills and knowledge. It is a chance for me to create something innovative and new. Also, as a student, I think this competition is challenging for me. I believe that this competition will bring me good experience because I will compete with people from around the world which they have different idea and different creativities. Moreover, it will guide me and teach me for my future career.


For individual who struggle to decide whether it would be beneficial for them to participate in architecture vision competition, I think that when we start do something with passion, it will always bring benefits on what we did. For this competition, if we win, it will bring us more opportunities and chances for us for our future path. But in contrast, if we don’t get the prize, at least we enjoyed and learned something from it.



Open architecture competitions

  • Closest Deadline first
  • Project competitions first
    Selected winning projects have the potential to be constructed
  • Ideas competitions first
    Experimental competitions with the focus on pushing the boundaries of creativity
project COMPETITION
Omuli Museum of the Horse

Reimagine a historical primary school into a museum for horses

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 14
Jan 26
Apr 23
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ideas COMPETITION
The Last Nuclear Bomb Memorial

Design a memorial that speaks towards the cause of ending all nuclear weapons

Prize: MONETARY AWARD
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 15
Jan 27
Apr 21
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ideas COMPETITION
Toronto Affordable Housing Challenge

Design affordable housing solutions for Toronto

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + PUBLICATION IN THE BOOK
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 16
Jan 28
Apr 22
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ideas COMPETITION
SKYHIVE 2021 Skyscraper Challenge

Fourth annual competition to redefine the modern-day skyscraper

Prize: MONETARY AWARD
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 17
Jan 29
Apr 23
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project COMPETITION
Sleeping Pods on a Cliff

Design a series of sleeping pods for a Portugal yoga retreat

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 18
Feb 01
Apr 27
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project COMPETITION
Tiny Kiwi Meditation Cabin

Design a meditation space in New Zealand

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 21
Feb 02
Apr 28
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project COMPETITION
Spirala Community Home

Create a community home for the Spirala Ecological Village

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 22
Feb 03
Apr 29
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