Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT Residential Building / ACPV Architects

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Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT Residential Building / ACPV Architects

Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT Residential Building / ACPV Architects - Exterior Photography, Cityscape, Facade
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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  20000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
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Text description provided by the architects. Italian architecture and interior design practice ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel unveils the geometric design of residential high-rise Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT in Bangkok, Thailand. Neighboring Bangkok’s vibrant Thong Lo neighborhood, known for its trendy bars, boutiques, and bistros, Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT redefines the city’s skyline with its unique sculpturally stacked volumes and adds new architectural qualities to the surrounding urban context. The residential tower will rise in a densely populated area of the city and will combine the benefits of urban life with private living.

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Plan – Ground floor
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A two-minute walk away from the Thong Lo station of the Bangkok Skytrain that ensures easy and fast access to the rest of the city, Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT will stand in one of the city’s most sought-after locations. The 20,000-square-meter tower will introduce 216 new residential units and a glass façade that changes color in different lighting conditions. “The large, reflective glass surfaces alternate between blue and silver hues, providing an elegant and pared-back design that stands out from the urban context,” says architect Antonio Citterio, Chairman of ACPV ARCHITECTS.

Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT Residential Building / ACPV Architects - Exterior Photography, Windows
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The building’s skin is characterized by pure geometry and perfectly tailored measurements. The glass façade features panels painted in a blue color that was custom formulated to accentuate the precision, rigor and accuracy of the design process. Following a new definition of luxury that is based on a rich mix of experiences, the design of the façade offers residents a new way to interact with the city through far-reaching panoramic views. “We drew inspiration from the masterful craftsmanship of Italian Renaissance sculptures,” architect Patricia Viel, CEO of ACPV ARCHITECTS, says. “The building’s massing strategy followed a process of iterated elimination of volumes that started from a simple cuboid shape.” The tower’s resulting modular mass allows for the development of several dual-aspect residential units where corner windows can be installed to offer exceptional views of the city.

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The palette of materials characterizing both the façade and the interiors establishes the building blocks of a contemporary architectural language. Materials textures and colors work together to create a one-of-a-kind quality of living experience through a rigorous design approach, combining architectural and interior design details into a harmonious project.

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The architecture of Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT follows ACPV ARCHITECTS’ Building-as-a-City approach that diversifies the ways in which residents and guests experience living spaces. The arrival path leads from the 500-square-meter outdoor garden on the ground floor to the residential units – ranging from one-bedroom apartments to larger 85-square-meter two-bedroom apartments, and the two-story penthouse at the top. “The apartments ensure privacy and integrate seamlessly with the amenities – such as the shared lounge, game room, library room, fitness and spa clubs,” architect Sara Busnelli, ACPV ARCHITECTS’ partner in charge of the project, says. “The high-rise is designed to reproduce the complexity of the urban environment, where residents and guests can easily access state-of-the-art services.

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Following the completion of the La Bella Vita and Treasure Garden residential towers in Taichung, Taiwan, Sukhumvit THIRTY-EIGHT represents the latest addition to the practice’s extensive experience in designing residential high-rise developments in Southeast Asia.

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