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KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 Juthamas Tangsantikul, Nigel Power International Design Congress (IASDR2005), November 1-4, 2005, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Yunlin, Taiwan. In Thai culture, rice is important as staple, ritual and symbol. For hundreds of years the cooking of rice changed little in terms of fuel, method and utensils. In the mid-twentieth century however, the electronic rice cooker was imported from Japan and over a number of years supplanted traditional methods of cooking rice. Today the electronic rice cooker is a ubiquitous appliance, visible at home, restaurant and street food stall. This paper outlines a social history of the electronic rice cooker in Thailand. It does so on three levels. Firstly, the electronic rice cooker tends to be taken for granted both in everyday life and in academic studies. This, however, makes it an interesting subject of study, not least because of the ways in which this originally Japanese product has become domesticated in Thailand. The study, therefore, addresses the question why and how the electronic rice cooker became part of the fabric of everyday life in Thailand. Secondly, this study adds a nonwestern perspective to the growing body of research on the biography of objects. Thirdly, it offers a contribution to discussions about the interplay between industrial design and Asian culture. We discuss the use of ‘cultural biographies of objects’ as a framework for making sense of data gathered from archival research. This framework allows us to examine the story of Japanese electronic rice cookers in Thailand from different perspectives and encourages a multi-layered product narrative to emerge. In this way, the chronological story of the Japanese electric rice cooker—from invention and importation to local production and use—is unpacked into smaller chapters, each with different leading protagonists. These include: the transformation of the meaning of the product along the continuum of time, the shaping of its form in relation to new technologies and cultural practices and, above all, how the story of Japanese electronic rice cookers reflects Japanese identity as it is represented and received in Thai society. IC-307 TRENDS IN A HURRY: MAPPING SOCIO-CULTURAL DYNAMICS WHEN TIME IS TIGHT, MONEY SHORT AND INFORMATION HARD TO COME BY Nigel Power, Juthamas Tangsantikul International Design Congress (IASDR2005), November 1-4, 2005, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Yunlin, Taiwan. 183 This paper describes and evaluates an accelerated method for carrying out sociocultural design research. "Trends in a Hurry" - TIAH - consists of a small set of integrated research tools that support the gathering, analysis and evaluation of data from a broad range of sources including: demographics, socio-economics, popular culture and market research. We argue that TIAH provides a simple and relatively easy to use framework within which to consider and map socio-cultural dynamics, particularly in situations where: 1) little if any existing research of this kind exists or; 2) existing research is prohibitively expensive or; 3) existing research is widely dispersed across disciplines; 4) researchers are working within extreme constraints of time and resources. The paper looks at the method in relation to a particular contract design research project commissioned by a leading Thai building materials producer and carried out by a university sponsored design research centre in Thailand. IC-308 TECHNIQUE LIBRARY AS A FACILITATING DEVICE FOR DESIGNERS' IDEA SHARING Sarapol Prukchartsiri, Sakol Teeravarunyou The 19 th International Conference, "Learning Organization in a Learning World" (ICLORD 2005), April 18-22, 2005, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 629-636 The behaviors of participants in group meetings show that Thai designers do not participate well in the meeting due to their reserved nature such as being afraid or shy to discuss in groups. This is why this project is about designing a product that will be used to assist team meeting especially on the brainstorming process by using existing techniques of creativity such as Mind mapping, Six thinking hats, and others. The objective of this project is to make the library of techniques International Conference

184 accessible and easy for designers to use. This is to create an effectiveness of team working and to help users performing their idea properly. It is also to fulfill the weaknesses and problems of existing techniques. The device is comprised of three main parts: Moderator device, Facilitating pens, and the Tablet. First, moderator device is the main tool used to control the working process of the device and to control the facilitating pen as well. Second, facilitating pens are used to prompt the users and to receive commands from the moderator device. Third, the tablet provides a space for writing and discussing. All of the parts were linked together using the software that contains rules of using each technique in terms of working process and time keeping. The project was tested by using software and hardware prototyping to a group of 13 designers. The result shows that the product can reduce problems of using creative thinking techniques and Thai nature of being too reserved. The result from the testing also suggests that team members could utilize the creative thinking techniques more effectively using this device. Moreover, the testing groups could run the process of each technique quicker and easier. In the future, there is a potential that the product will be able to be used for both educational and commercial purposes for team meeting. IC-309 APPROPRIATION AS CONQUEST IN THE BUDDHIST ARCHITECTURE OF KING CHULALONGKORN Worrasit Tantinipankul The 9 th International Conference on Thai Studies, April 3-6, 2005, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, USA. Most studies in Thai history are based on texts and archival documents, to the exclusion of built form. According to Victor Hugo, "Architecture is history written in stone... few men of the Middle Ages could read books, but they could read messages of the buildings... And much of what they built remains today as a living witness to the story of the past." By analyzing the built form, spatial arrangement, and architectural motifs of royal monasteries in historic Bangkok during the period of the Chakri Reformation in comparison to temples of previous reigns, my paper aims to show how built form expressed the political views of Siam's ruling class as well as their approaches to KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 contact with the outside world. Most scholarship about the colonial era argues that Siam's monarchs saved the country from direct colonization by adopting and modifying colonial ideologies and modes of governance. Both King Mongkut and Chulalongkorn have been portrayed as indigenous rulers whose triumph derived from their skillful appropriation of Western knowledge. By examining practices of appropriation as conquest as they are expressed in architecture, this paper suggests that Siamese monarchs have long employed strategies of imitation and incorporation of the foreign to assert their power over the other. The aim of this paper is to analyze the built form, spatial arrangement and architectural motifs of royal monasteries during the period of the Chakri Reformation in comparison to previous reigns. How does the Buddhist architecture during the fifth reign reflect Siam's imperial ambition to be the center of Buddhist world? How was this ambition expressed through the appropriation of iconographic motif from around the world? First, authenticity of nationalist for pure form of national Buddhist architecture. The construction of national identity and its heritage to define its unique culture. Even in the fifth reign, the ruling elites began to construct the idea of Siam as bounded entity nevertheless in Buddhist architecture of the fifth reign, the idea of national purity did not manifest in Buddhist architecture at this time. On the contrary, Buddhist architecture of this period reflects Siam imperial ambition to present itself as a colonial power and center of Buddhist world. As I will show in this paper, the architecture of Buddhist monasteries in this reign portray the change from preference of King Mongkut in Sukhothai-Sri Lankan architecture to the amalgamation, of Western. When we look at it for Wat Ben we see that Wat Ben has a lot of foreign features, why ? because that time there was no concept of authenticity. More that power came from assimilation and appropriation of other. Wat Ben has Java, Angkor, Italian Chinese crafts link to the king journey to colonial Dutch and British archaeological work. Sri Lankan monks soliciting King Chulalongkorn (Anne Blackburn) creating sense that Bangkok could be the new center of Buddhist world. International Conference

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