Category projects: Hotel

Kimpton Maa-Lai Hotel

The hotel facade consists of orthogonal patterns of different width and depth created by assemblies of various different shapes of precast concrete column, wall and beam panels, all joining and sealing together to form a maze-like grid over the entire facade.

Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel

This unique building forms a ‘S’ in profile, with the waves cutting through an orthogonal grid of floors and walls to create varying depths of balconies and shading in precast and GFRC. At the ground a pure concrete arch cuts through the form linking garden spaces on both sides. A freeform stainless steel clad pool cantilevers out over the gardens below.

Mahanakhon Tower

Bangkok’s most iconic modern building with the highest and most dramatic public access space in the city