Pano Penthouse by Ayutt and Associates design

PANO Pano Penthouse

Interior Designer : Ayutt and Associates design

Landscape Designer : Ayutt and Associates design

Construction area : 600 sq.m.

Location : The Pano Penthouse, Bangkok, Thaila8d1e60_ff7362c7b6ae491a9c332042ad8287bbThe PANO Penthouse is at the 53th – 55th floor of a high-end residential tower in Bangkok which is the fourth highest apartment in Thailand. AAd (Ayutt and Associates design) designed this penthouse under the concept of “living between the city and the nature” offers a modern lifestyle with luxury and relaxation with panoramic views towards the historic Chao Phraya River. The Penthouse was specially developed for a single family in need of a place to combine privacy with socializing living space.

 The PANO has been designed as unique private house in the skyscraper. It provides private outdoor spaces which similarly perform as urban houses on-ground, including terrace, garden and even swimming pool. In the case of this triplex interior design, most public facilities are located at the main 1st level and top level, while private functions, such as main bedroom, guest room, kid room, working space and bathrooms, are situated on the 2nd floor.

 The concept of fluid and dynamic spaces are the mainstream of the entire project and has been applied for all levels and space. The elegant and exceptional terrace, punctuated by a tree incredibly planted at the 53th floor of a residential tower, allows a nature and panorama view that enhances the relationship between the interior and exterior, and provides an opportunity to bring in a large quantity of daylight indoor. It is the result of a large-scale of architectural modification applied to the original layout of this penthouse. It is clear that the gardens around the private space are not only aimed at enhancing visual quality, but also at encouraging family and friend to move around and generate social activities between them. The aesthetic of this space is a place of dream accompanied by a sense of nostalgia. In terms of occasional domestic lifestyle in Thailand, the apartment generates the recreational area for family as does the luxurious houses, and includes the benefits of the view of Bangkok skyline, and represent a quiet place away from the stresses and complexity of the city.


ABOUT AAd

AAd I Ayutt and Associates design

Ayutt and Associates design was founded by Ayutt Mahasom in Thailand. AAd has been successful in many projects which not only architectural but interior, lighting and landscape. Some projects were featured in international design competitions, both local and international publications. AAd has been involved in projects around the Asia Pacific region, including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan and China. AAd has a wide range of experience in different construction projects. Past and current projects include commercial, residential, hospitality, exhibition, institutional, mixed-use and interior projects.

AAd’s design philosophy rests on the belief that each project is unique, and the design should evolve through the particular characteristics of each project. AAd is responsible for creating diverse, innovative and functional space. AAd’s works is a focus on creating spaces that delight the user and enhance the environment. AAd believes in allowing each project to speak with its own voice and to evolve around a set of objectives and strategies that emerge from within the project requirements, the client, the site and the climate.


CONTACT

AAD design co.,ltd.

23/34-35, 5th FLOOR, TRIMITRA RD., SAMPHANTHAWONG,

BANGKOK, THAILAND

10100

 T. +66 88 22 1 9999

T. +66 84 377 5777

E. ayutt@aad-design.com


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