Located in Bangkok – Thailand, Chamchuri Square is a high-rise building complex with forty floors and a height of 173 metres (568 ft). FVA designed the 24th floor of the building to offer 3281 sqm to fully equipped private and shared workspaces as well as entertainment and relaxing areas.
SPACES Chamchuri Square
How The Project Was Received
The design of these spaces is modern and light-filled, featuring glass walls, wooden flooring and rectangular area rugs defining the coworking spaces. Wood bookcases offer an ideal storage and display solution for traditional workspaces. Also doubling as creative room dividers, they can be used to demarcate spaces in an open-floor area.
The cool in tone of wood makes the space look fresh, light, airy and goes beautifully with the grey duckwork. Nothing too matchy-matchy, but still a sense of overall style that holds the place together.
The focal point of attention is abstract murals inspired by the artistic and cultural city in which the building is located. It is an eye-catching way to decorate an office, help dramatically change the look and feel of the space.
The team has also worked hard to incorporate greenery into the space through the introduction of plant boxes, which also promote wellbeing and bring air filtration into the office, make it a beautifully designed workspace created to facilitate new connections.
LOCATION: 24th Floor; Chamchuri Square Building; 319, Phayathai Rd, Pathumwan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
PROJECT YEAR: 2017
ARCHITECT: Romain Duval, Tuan Pham, Anh Vu, Tuan Nguyen, Minh Nguyen
CONTRACTOR: PDM / JLL
LOOSE FURNITURE: Flos, Artek, Ay Illuminate, Oluce, Vibia, Lamex, Vitra, Alki, Viccarbe, Arper, Kvadrat, Kinnasand, Muuto, Haworth, Interface, Jeb