Category projects: System & Materials

The Residences at Sindhorn Kempinski

The facade of this luxury residence overlooking Lumpini Park consists of floor to floor C-shaped precast fins that curve gently up the building and flare out at the base. On the west side they extend out to contain lanterns at the edge of the rooftop pool which cantilevers out on the south over the park.

28 Chidlom

Composed of jewel-box lofts, apartments with grand terraces, and duplexes, the residential complex has a unique facade configuration.

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.

Tipco Tower 2

The original Tipco Tower on Rama VI Road in Bangkok and designed by SOM with A49 was completed in 1997 (An FA staff member had a small role in the original construction under the Facade Contractor).

Baan Sindhorn

This low unit boutique set of apartments at the north end of the Sindhorn Village Complex uses a mixture of architectural precast and GFRC panels to create the articulated clad facade.

The Esse, Sukhumvit Soi 36

The development consists of at tower sitting on a podium containing amenities facilities manual and auto parking. The typical units facade is a fully unitized curtainwall system with metallic finish concave extruded fins of two widths and concave solid aluminium spandrel panels with a dark low-gloss powder- coated finish.

Central Plaza Rayong

The striking facade concept by Architect Synthesis Design showed a pair of interfering waveforms that change shape and level as they wrap the building. The forms spread out over the large flat walls and lift and twist up over the main entrance and then swoop down under signboards to form a glazed walkway canopy leading to the main entry before rising again to wrap the corner.

Singha Complex

The complex consists of a central tower with retail podium and mechanical / car park ramp blocks on either side all linked together by a common architectural language of smooth continuous horizontal banding but differentiated by vertical and horizontal fin expressions.

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.

Sindhorn Residence

The first development at the northern edge of the Sindorn Village development, this building set the standard for those to come.