Pleno Pinklao-Charan is a townhome project in Thailand, which the style is inspired by the period of colonial architecture
There are 3 landscape design areas consist of the main entrance, main park and sales gallery.
At the main entrance, the simply lawn steps are created at both sides of the vehicle road to harmonize with the Thai colonial architecture of the main gate.
At the left-hand side of the main gate, the group of white louvers represents Thai architectural elements, acting as a picture frame of the feature tree locating on the lawn steps.
In detail of the steps, the horizontal light of LED strips at the recessed steps are designed to emphasize the main gate when people pass by in the nighttime.
The clubhouse of this project is located in the main park, which has a hidden court inside the inner corridor. The group of Livistona palms is designed to be placed in a row on both sides of the corridor, for bringing the eye from the inner court to the main park. By the above concept, the main walkway of the park is to create a main landscape axis for walking in a straight line, passing through greenery of the palm court in the clubhouse and connecting to the main park.
There are many multipurpose areas in the main park, supporting the various activities such as rest, stroll, jogging and playground equipment for kids.
The white pavilion is the main highlight of the project, which is decorated with the pattern of colonial window frames at the façade. In addition, There are two main functions at the pavilion; co-working table and swings. People can work and play together.
Beside the pavilion, there is a reflexology path for elders, underneath the feature tree in the garden court where people can stroll and relax around mixed colorful flowers.
Lastly, there is an L-shape outdoor landscape space at the sales gallery area. A furniture set of outdoor dining is proposed in a white pavilion that is similar look as the colonial pavilion at the main park. For outdoor terrace area, there are the timber bench and vertical panel for putting herb pots, provided at the back of the house that next to the kitchen room.