• Property development

    Exploiting the unused potential of a building and increasing property value are the main goals of our development process.

    • revitalize unused / abandoned buildings
    • optimize the investment / increase property value
    • upgrade the functionality to a contemporary standard
    • improve the internal and external appearance
    • increase the energy efficiency / lower maintenance costs
  • Refurbishment of shophouses

    Shophouses can be found all over Bangkok, the one from the 60’s/70’s onwards have a concrete frame structure, the slabs are made from on site concrete, but sometimes the slabs are constructed from precast concrete bars or wooden elements.

    A shophouse is a vernacular architectural building type that is commonly seen in areas such as urban Southeast Asia. Shophouses are mostly two or three stories high, with a shop on the ground floor for mercantile activity and a residence above the shop. This hybrid building form characterises the historical centres of most towns and cities in the Southeast Asia region. [wikipedia.org]


  • Loft living

    Loft living in housing term is about as open plan as you can get. For artists and bohemian types, loft living is now a sought after lifestyle accessory. Previously, staving artists had to sleep in their studio lofts to avoid paying rent, but now loft living is one of the most sought after type of housing among certain groups of people.
    Lofts can also be customized to the owner’s specifications. The owner can choose to leave the natural exposed brick wall or cover it with a design of one’s choose. One can also place dividers throughout the loft to make separate rooms.



  • Sustainable living

    Sustainable architecture seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by enhancing efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and development space.

    Generally sustainable architecture reduces global CO2 emissions, energy consumption, and material waste. Green buildings, also known as high performance buildings, are intended to be environmentally responsible, economically profitable, and healthy places to live and work.


    Value for developer, investor, and owner

    • positive contribution to global climate
    • reduce greenhouse gas emission & resource efficiency
    • higher building quality and lower maintenance costs
    • less electricity / water use and lower utility bills
    • optimize the investment / increase property value
    • prestige and high quality
    • good indoor environment quality and non-toxic material
    • healthy living environment