How do experts think, when they think about design?
“dwp’s design for Whizdom near Bangkok’s Asoke Junction, Sukhumvit Road was inspired by the stunning views over Benjakiti Park”, says Scott Whittaker. The architecture and interior design were integrated to create a singular concept supporting MQDC’s catchphrase: ‘Own the rare’.
Wellbeing and sustainability were central to dwp’s design with energy, ecology, health and wellness accounted for at all stages of the process, from alignment with the elements, through to selection of materials and construction.
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