apostrophy's: AP pavillion apostrophy's: AP pavillion
dec 02, 2012

apostrophy's: AP pavillion

‘AP pavilion’ by apostrophy’s, bangkok, thailandall images courtesy of apostrophy’s

 

 

completed by thai firm apostrophy’s for asian property development public company limited (AP), the ‘AP pavilion’ was on display at baanlaesaun fair 2012 in bangkok, thailand. the structure represents the company’s new slogan of three agendas including transparency, play space and adjustability. clear and white enclosures allow everyone to observe what happens inside with client behavior within the areas. different times and actions require different environments to respond to real-life needs. flexibility amidst rooms encourage various urban lifestyles. the brand offers a single house, townhome and condo and this building integrates all into one.

 

the single home is represented by the living and dining room. a translucent vertical facade gives privacy from neighbors while relaxing. a grid of storage space separates the dining area while still allowing a visual connection between the areas. an integrated system conceals cables and wires for electronic devices. a one-way mirror glass reflects the activity endlessly while allowing observation of user behavior from the outdoors. the townhome is represented with a kitchen, extra storage, backyard garden, penthouse and closet. an individual ventilation creates a smell-less kitchen, a needed element with the aromatic ingredients found in thai cooking. a yard for lounging before leaving the pavilion. a storage display of stepped drawers for toys. at the rooftop, the condo features a cantilevered glass balcony for sky dining.

 

 

exterior

 

 

exterior view of facade

 

 

colored lights

 

 

(left) view of kitchen from outside (right) bedroom wardobe

 

 

back yard

 

 

smell-less kitchen

 

 

CAPTION

 

 

living room storage

 

 

living room / dining room

 

 

dining room with one-way mirrored glass

 

 

dining room

 

 

extra storage

 

 

stairs to rooftop

 

 

stairs to rooftop

 

 

sky dining

 

 

glass floor

 

 

access to rooftop

 

 

vertical striations in facade for privacy

 

 

project info:

 

 

client: asian property development public co.,ltd.creative & design director: apostrophy’s the synthesis server co.,ltd.lighting designer: apostrophy’s, pm center co.,ltd.lighting equipment:  pm center co.,ltd.organizer: sonix youth 1999 co.,ltd

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