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This Wonderful Project is a Prime Example of the Home Office Concept

By • Nov 17, 2017

Peak Office is a prime example of the home office concept, as delivered by the Thai architectural firm Pure Architect, based in Bangkok. The structure, which was completed in 2017, covers a total ground area of 1,200 square meters, or 3,937 square feet.

View of the main facade
Modern facade of the office building

The project is located in the Bangkok, Thailand neighborhood of Town in Town, and is, for the most part, surrounded by low rise buildings that feature both traditional and contemporary design. As such, the architectural firm had a unique opportunity, that of turning this structure into a local landmark while still keeping the harmony with the buildings that surrounded it.

Angular view of the modern facade
Details of the modern building

The client is an aficionado of car racing, which is a quality with which Pure Architecture wished to imbue the structure, giving its outer façade a sense of dynamic movement and speed. A section of this façade is made out of biowood that is sculpted and placed in such a way as to create a wave on the otherwise flat surface, adding to this same effect.

Modern wave-shaped design
Modern design of main entrance
Spacious and bright interior
Interior with glass walls
Internal stairs
Stairs with black metal railings

The interior space is distributed across different levels. The ground floor holds the parking and reception areas; from the second to the fourth floors are the office spaces, which are available for rent; the top floor holds the owner’s resident area.

Spacious interior
Interior garden
Glass walls with view to the interior garden
Internal corridor
/ View of the internal garden
Modern bathroom in white
Night view of the main entrance
Exterior night view
Night view of the office building

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