Panya-shape roof is one of the most popular types of roof in Thailand. This style without the gable is commonly used on houses in Thailand. The roof in this 2-storey model used C type steel. This roof type is typically positioned lower than other types of roof.
Challenges in this multi-material (steel and concrete) project lied in the complicated concrete beam structure. The Ground beam and beam on the first floor have a different level and continuous part and at second floor. It has many cantilever beam to support other load in this structure.
This project is done by a team of four students from King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand. Through this project, the students from this project team have learned to understand real-life workflow and are now better prepared to enter the workfield in future.