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TIPCO HEADQUARTERS

Rama VI Road, Bangkok
Thailand
1997

TIPCO HEADQUARTERS

Rama VI Road, Bangkok
Thailand
1997

TIPCO HEADQUARTERS

Rama VI Road, Bangkok
Thailand
1997
This large-scale office building demands highest standard, as owner and the architect perceive this building as home of the company, which should in turn express the company image and working attitude. The design principles emphasize on unique identity and character as well as functional space that meets the highest international standard of quality. The building program calls for office space, an auditorium and meeting rooms, retail/showroom space, a cafeteria, a health club, parking and residential units for the project owners. The unique tower footprint design derived from the profile of a pineapple which is one of the main products of the company. The careful architectural planning and material selection result in a design solution that can support the growth and development of the company in the future. An important design feature for both interior and exterior is the atrium linking five Tipco floors recognized as the curved glass wall from outside view, it acts as a lantern at night time. The atrium links each floor vertically via an internal stair, and help enhance interactions among staffs. With concern in energy conservation, the building is oriented to benefit from natural daylight for the office space while protected from heat created by direct sun exposure. Landscape design features incorporate plants and water to create welcoming entrance environment hence reduces heat physically and psychologically.
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