We are a multi-disciplinary office that have been shaping cities through design since 1995. We practice and create architecture, landscapes, interiors, urban spaces, and graphic design.
The social development project that combines three dimensions consist of Social and Healthy Dimension, Environmental and Living Dimension, Economic and Knowledge Dimension which will be a role model city in social welfare policy and one stop social/public service. The goal is to helping, protecting, promoting, and improving the quality of people life in all target groups within and without the country, including ASEAN level who take the services at the Ministry of Social development and human Security.
This project creates friendly conditions for the elderly, promotes health and recreation, and creates community with green areas and a network of pedestrian paths. This public space encourages good physical and mental well-being and introduces Smart City technologies that save energy and reduce pollution in the area.
The main vision for the development of Chulalongkorn University’s commercial zone: – Suan Luang – Samyan and Siam Square – is a conceptual master plan conceived on the grounds of its potential marketing and economic benefits for the area. It was inspired by the university’s visionary concept ‘Social Contribution and Learning Innovation for Life and Education with Sustainable and Balanced City Development.’
Green Point by Ankor Palace is a lush mixed-use community located in central Phnom Penh. The masterplan weaves lush green features into the urban fabric and creates a central node for the local community. The project features two to three story semi outdoor areas that include local and international cafes, restaurants, retail shops and services as well as an onground supermarket.
With the inspiration from the old roots and new branches of Songkhla, we are proposing a design which has new character to the town but also based the details on materials and crafts that are rooted in the society for a long time. A large percentage of the population in Songkhla and the South region depends on Agriculture field in which the majority are growing Para Rubber.
The Rama 9 Museum, which has been dubbed the "mountaintop to the sea" museum, displays content from natural resources to larger ecological systems. It is considered one of the best learning centers on environmental science and technology in Southeast Asia. The main goal of the museum is to enrich the public's understanding of His Majesty the King Rama 9's work and to inspire people to walk in his footsteps toward sustainable development.