Vespiario office, Bangkok

Vespiario-35

Client: Vespiario

Size: 1,200 sq.m.

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Design team: Pitupong Chaowakul with Korakot Meesathien and Yupadee Suvisith

Photograph: Wison Tungthunya

 

With great love and enthusiasm in moto-culture, Vespiario started by being an importer and distributor of Vespa in Thailand, but their ambition and obsession in motorcycle has expanded much more. With their fast growth, the headquarter office moves to the new location to accommodate the increasing number of staffs, at the same time, to implant its new working culture of the company.

The office space which occupies 75% of the high-rise building floor plate is zoned using series of container-like rooms. Some of them are private office while some are displays or meeting rooms of different sizes. They are named “den” or “cabin” depending on what they are for. In the center of the office, located the “steps” where staff can gather of a large office meetings or events. The largest meeting room for 16 people is inserted underneath it.

“Thai Factory Market” at Setouchi Art Triennale 2016, Japan

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAShoe-off and chill with us. With sweat, tears(not really) and a bit of blood. This summer we were involved in bringing a tiny part of Thai culture to Japan. In collaboration with our friend, Takashi Nishibori, we design and help building a small Thai market which exhibits and demonstrates Thai craftsmanship like Pee Ta Khon mask, Boh Srang umbrella, Koh Rae boat etc. in a city center of Takamatsu. This is part of a summer program of Setouchi Art Triennale 2016 organized by Art Front Gallery with City of Kagawa. The event will be active till 8 Aug 2016.

Design Team: Yupadee Suvisith, Pitupong Chaowakul, Kasidis Puaktes, Theerayut Somtua and MUK Pitchayasukarn in collaboration with Takashi Nishibori

Organizer: Art Front Storage

Location: Takamatsu, Japan

Indoor items structure

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