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The Emporio / Architects 49

  • Architects: Architects 49
  • Location: Bangkok, Thailand
  • Interior Architect: PIA
  • Structural Engineer: Tham & Wong , Qbic Engineers and Architect
  • System Engineer: M & E Engineering49
  • Landscape Architect: P landscape
  • Lighting Designer: Lightbox Design
  • Client: TCC Capital Land
  • Area: 70125.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2008
  • Photographs: Kiattisak Veteewootacharn, Krissada Boonchaloew

© Kiattisak Veteewootacharn © Kiattisak Veteewootacharn © Kiattisak Veteewootacharn © Kiattisak Veteewootacharn

From the architect. Rise 42 and 35 storey, a cluster of towers are located at Sukhumvit 24 Street, the cosmopolitan centre of Bangkok in the city, the Emporio place is where the finest elements combined to offer the highest quality of living.

© Krissada Boonchaloew
© Krissada Boonchaloew

In terms of the unique architecture, specially selected materials with tasteful finished and usable area are efficiently designed for maximum functionally and total privacy. Most of 329 units offer three sides of the exterior walls as well as huge bay windows in all living areas for fantastic full views. While ceiling height at 2.8 meters provides spaciousness. Extra Large living and dining spaces span over 7.5 meters in the larger units. While façade design, emphasizes the vertical architecture element to enhance sense of elegance and luxury, inspired by eastern cultural and traditional element.

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The Emporio place is where two disparate cultures meet in their finest forms. The modern western design yields the optimum functionality for easy living. Enchanted by the rich oriental values discreetly expresses in the outstanding rhythm of architecture.

© Kiattisak Veteewootacharn
© Kiattisak Veteewootacharn
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