Bhiraj Tower at Sathorn / 1819

Bhiraj Tower at Sathorn / 1819

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  • Landscape Architects: 1819
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  8000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
  • Photographs Photographs:  Tinnaphop Chawatin
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: COTTO, AutoCAD, SketchUp, TOA, V&P, Wood
  • Lead Landscape Architects:Mr Palang Sittithaworn
  • Design Team:Mr.Thunhapol Jungsangasom , Mr. wichan Saekong , Miss. KANOGKAN TUNGPANYALERT
  • Clients:Bhirajburi
  • Architect :Buranasathann
  • Landscape Constructor:19th Landscape
  • City:Khet Yan Nawa
  • Country:Thailand
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Text description provided by the architects. In the pre- Sathorn Road, It was the Canal used to for circulation before, and there were various planting. The Bhiraj Tower’s project is an improvement of the building and storage space of the former office, suitable for the modern atmosphere of the Sathorn Road, which is Thailand's major economic source.

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The main concept of landscape design is to create a virtual environment to bring out the shade of " Canal sathorn " is back here again. By combining the original architectural styles. Building materials and original areas and all exciting trees are available with a modern new style. Meet the lives of the people who go on Sathorn Road and create an atmosphere of the project in the historical Sathorn area. It's not a rush, but with the look of a modern-looking project attracts new generations.

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The Peacock Tail is the main characteristic of the Sathorn Canal. Landscape Architect are combining the design of the peacock tail flower. In a triangle, weave together. Represents the context of the area through the geometric form. It also means that it is a symbol of the project owner. 

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The original context of the physical area, such as the exciting tree, is available in the project. The building model includes non-used construction materials in the area, applying various sorting patterns to be able to live together with project development harmoniously.

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Project location

Address:Sathorn road, Yananwa, Bangkok, Thailand

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Cite: "Bhiraj Tower at Sathorn / 1819" 10 Mar 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/935254/bhiraj-tower-at-sathorn-1819> ISSN 0719-8884
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Bhiraj 办公楼,曼谷沙吞运河的印记 / 1819

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