Baan Rajprasong Executive Office by MADA, Bangkok – Thailand

July 17th, 2015 by retail design blog

Interior design and architecture firm MADA Design Factory was brought in to design the new executive office Baanrajprasong – located at 12th floor Baanrajprasong Tower in Bangkok.  The space – specifically the reception and waiting lounge area – needed to cater to high-end clientele as well as recreation space for management.

Modern, Simple, luxury and Connecting were key drivers for MADA’s design exploration and conceptual development. During The planning space, all interior space was developed around the core/shell building, column and structures. Interior design reflected structures and building shape including the great view. Materials were selected to represent and express exclusive look and feel, Natural timber, brass, carpet, dark blue color, glass and furniture. A “fake stone” idea was used in the reception area behind reception counter cause of tight time of construction. MADA has create each of personal office and providing full of facilities to support their function need such as, small discussion area, utilities and cabinet.

Large outdoor terrace were designed by using timber slat ceiling, simple furniture with nice tree pot which can see the greatest view of Bangkok city especially night time.
By designing a space which focused on client objective and creating a sense of cohesion to the “Baanrajprasong” vision – management and all visitor, MADA created a place that create trust and worthy of Baanrajprasong, A place that encourage repeat visits, a place where their customer want to be.

Design: MADA Design Factory / Project Leader: Nichary Pongsomboon / Team: Attapong Jaruwattanakul / Nattasit Sirimongkolnawin

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