Gandiablasco at LH The Bangkok Thonglor

The limit is set by the sky

16/07/2020 - Two of the collections that most genuinely express the Mediterranean and architectural character of GANDIABLASCO - FLAT and TIMELESS — travel to the tropical climate of Thailand. LH The Bangkok Thonglor is one of the firm’s latest residential references, located in the Thai capital.
This building designed by Landscape Architects 49 Limited translates into its design the exclusivity of the area where it is located, populated by both local and foreign inhabitants.
With 31 floors and about 150 apartments, LH The Bangkok Thonglor stands out for its glass surround facade, which integrates it into the urban space with a set of transparencies and reflections depending on the incidence of light. The upper floors have been conceived as a luxurious common facility for residents, who can enjoy the swimming pool and the solarium located in a watchtower open to the outside, flying over the city and offering impressive panoramic views of the Bangkok skyline and sky.
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The large terrace has been furnished with one of the most representative series in the GANDIABLASCO catalog: FLAT, designed by Mario Ruiz. The sun loungers, sofas and side tables in the collection, with their lightweight structure in white thermo-lacquered aluminum, create the perfect setting for relaxing by the infinity pool, thirty stories high.
FLAT’s balance and flexibility, based on an essential formal concept, have made it a new classic of international success. Comfort is provided by the variety of design cushions made from custom polyurethane foam for a perfect fit.
TIMELESS, by José Gandía-Blasco and Borja García, stars in the landscaped common areas on the lower floors of the building. The armchairs, which are presented here with white aluminum profiles, teak armrests and anthracite gray cushions, prioritize comfort and harmoniously integrate into a pleasant environment surrounded by green.
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Its classic and clean formal language, free of ornaments, conveys the idea that originated the collection: permanence in time, both for the resistance of the design and materials and for its discreet, elegant and timeless appearance.
Gandia Blasco Group’s youngest brand, DIABLA, is also present in the LH The Bangkok Thonglor project. The 356 Chaiselongue, designed by Pablo Gironés and José A. Gandía-Blasco, manage to generate a strong impact with a simple sinuous line and succumbing to monochrome white.
Its fluid, ergonomic and aerodynamic structure, inspired by the first models of the Porsche 356 of the 1950s, reminds us of the soft waves in the pool and contrasts with the immense, more rational and rectilinear panorama that the Bangkok skyscrapers draw on the horizon line.

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