Formerly known as Sukhumvit 39 has become the preferred destination for Luxury developers. For many locals and expats a quite enjoyable residential area with plenty of dining establishments, health spa’s and boutique shops. Stretching all the way from Sukhumvit Road with connectivity to Soi Sawadee and cross the Khlong Saen Saep to Phetchaburi, 39 Boulevard has become Bangkok’s luxury investment hotspot. Part of Central Sukhumvit – Phrom Phong has undergone a major transformation with the opening of trendy office buildings and Luxury Shopping malls – this additional office and retail supply attracted more Tourism and Businesses to the area.
By Marciano Birjmohun
Aesthetics is one of the major principles of Architecture. Aesthetics is directly influenced by the artistic taste of an individual or team. Bangkok developers have been quite innovative with bringing art into the daily lives of residences. Like people need colorful, designer clothes to wear and taste and presentation of food. Likewise, people like to live and work in places that are beautifully designed and are aesthetically pleasing to the eye.
Entering the Soi, Major Development Iconic Super Luxury project “Marque” stands proud as one of the tallest sculptures in the area. A magnificent masterpiece of world class standards. This super luxury condominium consist out of 149 residences including some exclusive penthouses.
Marque’s facilities are extensive, including salt water, ozone-treated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, fitness centre, spa, golf simulator, aerobic studio, squash court and multiple indoor and outdoor communal area’s. The highlight has to be experienced; a 50th floor sky garden.
Talking about masterpieces…
Formerly known as Galerie rue de 39 the newly opened Vittorio by AP has been designed under the theme inside-out. There will be more than 30 pieces of art in the building under the gallery concept, an added sense of value for customers buying into this project. With only 88 residential units this Italian architecture inspired condominium is one of a kind.
The Galleria Medici entrance hall displays a collection of Italian sculptures and paintings by renowned artists. Galleria means corridor or spacious passageway, while Medici was a famous noble merchant family that once held sway over politics, religion and art in Florence, the ancient capital of Tuscany. Palissandro Bluette Italian marble graces the soaring 6-meter-high atrium, providing a fitting background for masterful artworks. Each facet of Vittorio reflects life lived at the pinnacle. Elegant architecture and interiors, finest-quality materials, vanguard technologies and thoughtful touches at every turn – each aspect contributes to a masterpiece in modern living where grandeur is constantly on view.
The Diplomat 39
KPN land flagship luxury project. The exterior is derived and inspired by Palladian architecture, the designs of the Venetian architect Andrea Palladio (1508–1580). Like Palladio‘s work, The Diplomat 39 is based on symmetry, perspective and values of the formal classical temple architecture of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. From the 17th century Palladio‘s interpretation of this classical architecture was adapted as the style known as Palladianism. Residents at The Diplomat 39 have access a enchanting swimming pool as well as the rooftop garden to unwind and see the breathtaking views of the city.
The Salon, a cozy communal area inspired by contemporary art. The unique lobby is an impressive octagon-shaped which welcomes your guests in grandeur style. With 155 large sized units and penthouses, The Diplomat 39 will transport you back in the elegance of Ancient Rome.
About Marciano Birjmohun
Marciano is Associate Director at Knight Frank Thailand (chartered) Co.,ltd – Residential Prime Sales, project market High-end branded residences on a global scale. A regular guest speaker at industry related events in the region. Marciano moderated the retail panel discussion at the first Property Report Congress Thailand 2016 and is member of the central panel of judges of the Thailand Property Awards.