Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is a must-visit destination for every design and travel enthusiast as the city is brimming with one-of-a-kind spaces. After exploring the work of some of the best architects and interior designers in Bangkok, we are now taking a look at the most enticing interior design projects developed within this remarkable city!
#1 – Chapter Chula by PIA Interior
Chapter Chula – Samyan is a unique new project on Si Phraya Road that promises “Modern Eccentric” living. Pruksa Real Estate, a leading Thailand developer for over a quarter-century, has collaborated with leading Thailand interior design firm PIA Interior Co to create a residence for those seeking something new and different.
#2 – Blue By Alain Ducasse by W Workspace
This award-winning restaurant design offers an interior design experience that plays on what is quintessentially French in the global imagination, without adhering to overused clichés. It certainly becomes an outstanding spot to space the bustling nature of Bangkok while still enjoying its expensive landscapes courtesy of floor-to-ceiling windows. Decor-wise, this hospitality design portrays four major elements: a space inspired by the secluded gardens and the bosquets of the Château de Versailles; the vibrant and enriching personality of the color royal blue, a series of pleated textiles that grant a fashionable and artistic touch; and a lustrous chandelier that certainly becomes the focal point of the dining room. By W Workspace!
#3 – Jaspal Boutique Shop by Studiopepe
Studiopepe has completed a Bangkok boutique for Thai fashion chain Jaspal, using locally sourced materials that include handmade ceramics and rattan. Located within IconSian, one of Thailand’s largest retail complexes, the 460 square-meter stores are designed to feature an array of contrasting surfaces. Studiopepe’s artistic directors Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto looked to Thai heritage and culture when selecting these materials. As well as handmade tiles and rattan, they worked with linen and wood.
#4 – Le Raffine Sukhumvit31 by NOTCH
This firm focuses on high-end interiors, with projects all over the world. NOTCH’s projects involve anything from interior design, always focusing on their clients’ needs and bringing a bit of their personality to any project. Take, for example, this lively duplex in Bangkok.
#5 – Infinity Wellbeing Spa by Space Popular
A tropical garden can be seen from within this spa in Sukhumvit, Bangkok, which architecture studio Space Popular has designed with soothing green and white treatment rooms. Infinity Wellbeing is set within a building on one of the side streets, or “sois”, that lead off Sukhumvit’s main road. It is entered via a luscious garden planted with dragon trees and lipstick palms, which Space Popular hopes will offset the shops, food vendors, and towering skyscrapers that cluster around the spa.
#6 – Mandarin Oriental Refurbishment by Jeffrey Wilkes
The decorative enhancements are set against a proud Thai history, showcasing an unmistakable Thai-inspired flair and atmosphere. The new interior design by Jeffrey Wilkes is further enhanced during evening hours through the installation of a lighting system that highlights the vibrant new color scheme of burnt sepia, crimson reds, and cool grays. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow guests to have mesmerizing views over the city, including the Chao Phraya River. The lobby of Mandarin Oriental in Bangkok has been recently renovated, maintaining the historic chandeliers and guard elephants while adding a modern twist and lush greenery.
#7 – Rhythm Ekkamai by Elementi Interiors
Furnishing and decorating turnkey project in Bangkok’s hipster neighborhood Ekkamai. The combination of linear signs and parallel geometries was the inspiration for the design’s elements. Tones and colors are comfortable and cozy in this Elementi Interiors‘ creation.
#8 – Restaurant/Showroom by Binova Kitchens & Whitespace
Strategically located in a freestanding building in an upscale residential area of Bangkok, Binova wished to create a destination to engage customers for their kitchens and home products business. A Bistro-style restaurant was created to draw customer traffic– helping to maximize exposure to their retail offer. With homeowners and the interior design trade identified as target customers, inspiration is a key element of the customer experience. They created a clean, contemporary and flexible neutral platform. Inspiring presentations of kitchens, furniture, and home decor items are the focal-points of the customer journey. Modular display elements were provided to allow limitless reconfigurations over time.
#9 – Langsuan Suites of the Scope Residential Building by Thomas Juul-Hansen
Located in the heart of Bangkok’s city center, the soon-to-be-completed development for Scope is situated on a piece of the most expensive freehold land in the city. Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen was behind the interior design for Scope Langsuan, which will feature a calming color palette of warm, sandy hues and muted pastel tones. Juul-Hansen has selected fittings and furniture to complement this color palette from brands such as Minotti, Walter Knoll, and Poliform, as well as designing some bespoke furniture pieces for each unit in the development.
#10 – Bangkok Private Residence by Puri Design
Puri Design Consultant works on architecture, interior design, and graphic design. Its main projects are mostly residential, hospitality, and commercial projects. They have decorated multiple private residences in Bangkok, including the one depicted that highlights a cement wall, plush furnishings, a wooden bookcase, and even an intriguing artwork.
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