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Krung Thep – City of Angels : Southeast Asian Property Development

post updated 21 May 2023

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Bangkok Architecture

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand in southeast Asia. Thailand is located north of Malaysia, west of Vietnam and Laos and east of Burma. We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Bangkok Architecture. We include completed Bangkok Buildings and new building designs.
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Bangkok Building – Latest Design

11 Apr 2012
Architects: Spark
Fai-Fah Bangkok Building
photo : Lin Ho
Fai-Fah Bangkok
Fai-Fah, which means “light energy”, is a corporate social responsibility programme initiated by TMB Bank. The programme acts as a catalyst for change in Thai society through working with underprivileged children and teenagers in their community using the arts as a vehicle for self-development and creative thinking. The architects were invited to design Fai-Fah Prachautis, the refurbishment of two shop houses located in a residential district of Bangkok.

Architecture in Bangkok

Major Bangkok Buildings + Projects, alphabetical:

Baiyoke Tower II Building
Date built: 1997
Design: Plan Architects Co.
304m, tallest building in Thailand and Southeast Asia when completed

Bangkok International Airport – Suvarnabhumi Airport
Date built: 2006
Design: Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects
Bangkok Airport building
photo : Rainer Viertlböck
Suvarnabhumi Airport Building

British Embassy Building Renovation
Dates built: 2006-08
Design: MJP Architects – MacCormac Jamieson Prichard
British Embassy Thailand Building
image from architect
British Embassy Bangkok
MJP have re-planned the British Embassy Compound in Bangkok, to provide 7,000sqm of new residential accommodation, recreational facilities and staff amenities for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. The compound is a green oasis, which is unique to Bangkok’s busy city centre.

Central Embassy – retail and hotel building complex
Design: Amanda Levete Architects
Central Embassy Thailand
image © Amanda Levete Architects
Central Embassy Bangkok
A futuristic architectural design from this London architecture studio that came out of the celebrated Future Systems studio.

Central World Tower Hotel & Convention Center Building
Design: BBG-BBGM withTandem Architects
Central World Hotel Bangkok
photograph : Chun Lai
Central World Hotel Bangkok
The Centara Grand Hotel & Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld is located near the busy intersection of Rama I and Ratchadamri Road in Bangkok. The luxury five-star, 505-key hotel and convention centre occupy the northwest quadrant of the fashionable CentralWorld Plaza complex.

Centralplaza, Bangkok
Design: Manuelle Gautrand
Centralplaza Bangkok
photo : Philippe Ruault
Centralplaza Bangkok
The CentralPlaza is the biggest shopping mall located on Chaengwattana road. The total area more than 300.000 sqm is dedicated to every brand name item from every corner of the world.

China Resources Tower, Pathum Wan
P & T Architects & Engineers Ltd.

Empire Tower 1, Yan Nawa
ACT Consultants Co. Ltd.

Jewelry Trade Center
Urban Architects & Associates

Sinn Sathorn Tower
Plan Architects Co., Design 103 International Ltd., Arun Chaiseri Group

State Tower
Rangsan Architecture Co., Ltd.

Thai Wah Tower II
Architrave Design & Planning

More buildings in Krung Thep online soon

Location: Bangkok, Southeast Asia

Bangkok : Krung Thep, ‘City Angels’ – capital of Thailand since 1782

Architecture in Adjacent Countries to Thailand

Philippines Buildings

Vietnam Building

Malaysian Architecture

Buddhist Architecture

Wat Phra Kaeo – Temple of the Emerald Buddha

Wat Benchamabophit – Marble Temple, Bangkok

Wat Dhammamongkol
Tallest temple in Bangkok

Wat Arun – Temple of the Dawn, Bangkok Yai district

Historic Krung Thep Architecture

Grand Palace

East Asian Architectural Designs

Cambodia Project

Hong Kong Architecture

The passenger terminal complex at Suvarnabhumi Airport resulted from an International Competition. The task of creating a new gateway to Thailand in a tropical climate necessitated a different approach to architecture and engineering. After 11 years of planning and construction the Terminal building opened in 2006.

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