The Room Sukhumvit 38是一栋豪华高层住宅，隐藏在素坤逸主干道旁一条主要宁静街道的尽头，远离附近热闹的素坤逸通罗区。团队的景观设计理念是创造一个如家般的城市自然生活场所，让居民能够在私密的舒适空间中尽情享受宁静的环境，欣赏美丽城市的天际线。
The Room Sukhumvit 38, a value luxurious quality living high rise Residential, hiddens at the end of a prime tranquil street off Sukhumvit main road hides away from nearby bustling of Sukhumvit’s vibrating Thonglor district. Our landscape design approach is to create an homelike urban-nature living place that enable the residents to indulge and enjoy beautiful and peaceful environment and view City’ Skyline from private and intimated cozy spaces we created.
The harmonious Simplicity and Elegant design statements is essence in our design concept. The design language shall distinguish itself both physical and mental from the Chaotic of outside urban life. Thus the residents are enveloped in the protected space from the polluted noises, dust and urban heat and embrace themselves with Nature.
Welcoming Residents back from the busy working day, from a distant, A elegant light brown doorway stands tall against dark grey stone wall and lush green background of dense foliage canopy trees. Once entering the premise, the residents are starting to shun off from the busy outside world. An soothing sound of tickling water cascading down in an enclosed lobby with floating sculpture interplay with the filtered light through the glass panels over stillness of a tranquil reflecting pool to receive and welcome the residents home.
Each landscape Terraces provide spaces for residents to engage in many activities for either more intimated or more communal activities. Tall green clipped hedges and big canopy trees were employ to filter noises and dust creating a peaceful secluded private environment for the swimming pool and pool terrace, where higher terraces are open up view so the residents can enjoy view for Sun Rise and Sun Set towards Bangkok’s magnificent City Skyline.
Project name:The Room Sukhumvit 38
Company name:Landscape Architects 49 Limited
Project location:Sukhumvit 38, Bangkok, Thailand
Building area (m²):3,650 sq.m.
Architect: Arsomsilp Community And Environmental Architect Company Limited
Photo credits:Rungkit Chareonwat