The Shell Industrial Loft Residence , Krung Thep
The Shell Industrial Loft Residence
It begins with a shell……. An empty shell for one to do with as one chooses, finish and then fill as one pleases. As a shell, it protects its contents – a refuge from the abuse of heat and pollution through the day, unsecured views from neighbouring residences and offices by night, and the urban unknown of the dark city.
And, as a shell, it simultaneously opens to nature, to the direction of the most cherished daylight and prevailing airflow, and the specificity of its context, in definite, focused, and uncompromised ways.
As a cross-directional shell, its spatial implications are vastly different from the norm – its rooms are massed as a house, looking over a protected front garden of kitchen, dining and living room, and a back garden of wet kitchen, service areas, back yard and utilities – as open ended sleeves, the double height front and back gardens modulate the internal environment of the shell as they simultaneously buffer the more private contents of the domicile – the bedrooms, bathrooms and support areas of every home – from the external environment.
And the shell recognises a vital aspect of human perception in the modern residence – the fact that within the first month of occupation, bedroom views are mostly forgotten in the quest for evening privacy and weekend shadow, and the most important windows of any home are found in just two primary locations during the waking hours – the gathering space where we live and entertain and the other where we cook and eat.
The shell heightens the two most important windows of a home – two vast paintings of the borrowed view are framed as windows, the first facing a morning sun on one’s way out, and the second, facing sunset to greet on arrival home.
It is a shell for two vital and seemingly contradictory reasons – the means to confront and negotiate the paradoxical opera that is the global city.
The very shell that guards your protection and refuge is the same shell that directs your space, views and ventilation.
The Shell is a one of a kind high-end Loft Duplex, private freehold residences, private lift to each unit, only 2 units per floor, with the option to combine units if required, it provides exclusivity and privacy in the heart of Sathorn. All units are sold bare shell giving residents endless possibilities to perfect an ideal unique home with customized designs and finishes. Furthermore, expert architects and interior designers will be on hand to help to create your perfect home.
Perfectly located with easy access to central Bangkok and numerous surrounding amenities, the project is finished and ready to view now.
Experience space and possibilities in creating your true home like no others. This unique property combines the true sense of home and condo living. Only 36 shells with natural wind flow and green area with expansive views of Chaopraya River and the city. Connecting you and your family to the nature in the heart of Sathorn.
Experience space and possibilities in creating your true home.
- 36 Customized Residential Duplex Units 2 Units per Floor
- 28 Storeys, 7 Meters Floor to Ceiling Height
- Tenure: Freehold
- Small Unit: 453.28 sq.m. (Bareshell) 86 million THB
- Large Unit: 562.35 sq.m. (Bareshell) 96 million THB
- We can Combine two Units: 1,015.63 sq.m. 180 million THB
- Ground Floor: Main Lobby, Library and Garden
- 2nd-9th Floor: Parking (209 Cars)
- 10th-27th Floor: Residences
- 28th Floor: infinity-edged lap pool with stunning views of the Chaopraya River and beyond, a children’s pool, professional Fitness Center, Steam Room, Communal Kitchen, Garden and Multi-purpose.
There are two residential units on each floor which may be combined if required. Each unit has a private lift lobby leading directly to a sheltered welcome terrace. Ceiling heights are 7 metres throughout.
Design and fitting costs approx. 25 to 35 million THB.
Price from 86,000,000 Thai Baht
Property Address: The Shell Industrial Loft Residence
Property City : Bangkok