VIA 31 | Bangkok, Thailand | Shma

To create the nice garden out of the confined space seems to be a challenging task for a landscape architect. The design strategy for VIA 31; small condominium in one of the densest area of Bangkok seems to be the answer for those challenge.
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Via 49 Condominium | Bangkok, Thailand | Shma


To create such a unique space out of the small area has been one of the main challenges for this project. One of the strategies is to give the new definition and artistic approach to ordinary landscape elements. One of that is the boundary wall. The boundary wall here is perceived not only as the demarcation line but also an art form which wrapping around the project.

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Thailand: Developers focusing on Landscape Architecture

Once upon a time a good facade and interior design was all that was needed to sell apartments in Thailand. However, the market is getting very competitive with developers focusing more on Landscape Architecture to differentiate there projects from other similar developments.

Recently the Bangkok Post in Landscape architecture thrives on developers’ demand to stand out in competitive property market interviewed some local landscape firms such as Surajak Chuepanich of Root Design

“It has become another significant selling point for developers to lure buyers,” Mr Surajak says. “More focus has been put on the design of the surroundings or common areas that allow residents to enjoy outdoor activities and a good atmosphere.”

Read more at the [Bangkok Post]