The new Royal Thai Navy Museum is a place that preserves and displays important objects including historical documents. Most of the displays consist of history, art, and culturally significant people connected with the Royal Thai Navy. H.R.H Admiral Krom Luang Chumphon Khet Udomsak regards the Prince as “The Father of the Royal Thai Navy.” A new exhibition hall is located in the main building which opens on to a garden outside near the monument of the father of the Royal Thai Navy. People can continuously connect the interior space of the exhibition and the outdoor space of the garden. The building’s curved form is similar to the shape of a battleship. Two other existing exhibition buildings had been built since the reign of King Rama V.

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.


The Royal Barges National Museum will be adding a state-of-the-art conservation center and a learning center for visitors to learn about Thai heritage and craftsmanship. Elements of traditional Thai architecture will define the building’s contemporary design, which is elegant and fit for royalty. The former pavilion at Wasukri Royal Pier beside of The Royal Barges National Museum, which was used as a resting point for royals during processions, would be raised up on a platform to reflect its royal significance. Moreover, the landscape surrounding the procession route will also be developed to make it more appropriate for royalty and to portray Thai history as it once was.

Various replicas of the sacred sites in Buddhist mythology have been constructed in this complex. Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in the history of the Lord Buddha through interacting with simulacras of significant places in his life.

These include his birthplace, the place where he saw the four stages of life, the place where he practiced self-mortification, the tree where he reached nirvana,and the place where he delivered his first sermons after being enlightened.

In order to create relationships between the architecture and the surrounding context, open space is designed for relaxation, recreation, and work. This is achieved through the use of ‘smart’ concepts including energy, mobility, environment, and building.

The Paradis is a commercial zone that aims to promote the proud relationship between Thailand and Denmark through a tourist attraction and a roadside rest-area. The Paradis is a roadside shopping center with a water park and a gas station, which are designed comprehensively to meet the growing needs of visitors who either come for tourist or learning experiences.

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 concept of this project is energy efficiency. The building and layout are designed to save the energy and improve the environment such as planting the large trees inside the project along with emphasizing on remarkable and modern architecture to reflect the entity of the country.

DPO Central Office is the administrative office for executive officers while DPO Central Region office is the center to manage Muak Lek Dairy Factory at Muak Lek District, Saraburi. The conceptual design is to creating the relation between elements of architecture and context. By defining the proper ratio of open space and the floor area, relax and recreational environment can support the better working quality.

Hill Park Villa is a mixed-use development that supports commercial and residential properties together, mixing a modern lifestyle with the surrounding urban nature. This project contains four key areas including luxurious ocean villas, hilltop villas, condominiums, and a resort casino. The architecture conforms to a modern contemporary style, while exterior and interior elements reference the forms of natural wood and tree lines.

Ta Khamao’s leading integrated residential, retail, and luxury lifestyle riverfront destination is “the icon of eternal prosperity.” The River Center City is the future of Phnom Penh, a new city where human emotions are catered for and fulfilled; a city in which needs and desires meet modern solutions. In essence, this new city is a sublime mix of nature and technology that makes life easy through comfort and services.

Providing a life of luxury in the community around your home, this combination of contemporary architecture and nature restores your energy after a long day. The project offers many functional and relaxing communal spaces including a clubhouse, a large swimming pool, and a lush garden to make

your life even more special.

This complex weds the serenity of nature with the convenience and connectedness of life in the city. Not only does the design suit residential purposes, but various businesses are bound to flourish in this spacious plot of land. The landscape and facilities offer the ideal place for you to organize your perfect wedding or to just freely explore. Other buildings within the project also include retail spaces for commercial use, offices, apartments, a casino, a hotel, and a luxurious pool villa.

The Park Land Sen Sok is a mixed-use development project that supports commercial and residential properties together, mixing a modern lifestyle with the surrounding urban nature. It contains several varieties of luxurious private houses such as king villas, queen villas, twin houses, link houses, and shophouses. The six zones include a gateway, a community mall, two plazas, park land, and a club. The architectural style for the project is modern contemporary as the exterior and interior elements adopt the clean lines and key features of minimalism.

The Luteca was a town in pre-Roman and Roman Gaul, and this project serves as a bridge for residents to travel back through time and experience the richness that history has to offer.


The axis and curves of the Khong River are brought into the design concept to create a “Glory Axis” that signifies prosperity and generates a “quartier des miracle” (district of miracles) centered on Phnom Penh’s natural resources and geography.

The Varina Club is inspired by a “back to nature” concept and an earth-tone color palette. The project’s landscape features rocks and stones so you can feel a natural atmosphere as you step into the project. A “green boulevard” features rows of trees along the main road so you can experience the refreshing feel

of a resort. “Oxygen Park” allows you to reclaim your wholeness through true relaxation. Enjoy an enchanting life in a perfect community in an ideal location that can conveniently connect you to the city center.