Enter Projects Asia has designed a co-working space reflecting the features of nature with a breathtaking ocean view. The main feature are the local twin trees navigating their way through all 6 floors. The free-flowing wood installation brings the space to life. The complete tree structure can be seen from the exterior. The concept centers around immersion in nature. Natural surroundings such as tree forms are introduced to create a coexist natural work experience bringing calmness to the space. The boundary between the interior and exterior is blurred reflecting nature into the work environment.
As international designers, our skills and 3D technologies are merged with local Thai craftsmanship. Thai culture is incorporated into the project. All elements for this project are sourced from nature. Hardwood and rattan are both renewable and local materials offering an immersive sustainable experience. Enter Projects Asia aims for a low waste construction fabrication to innovate the culture of Architecture.
The layout is designed to ensure scalability and diversity. Work stations and meeting rooms are surrounded and separated by glass facades which allows flexibility and integration with nature’s landscapes. Glass operable partition walls have the opportunity to open up spaces and join them together if needed. Planter boxes ensure privacy and continuous separation in work zones adding more green to the surroundings. Coffee corners are central positioned on each floor to allow easy access and ocean views. Direct access to the balcony is provided. The tree rooftop is composed with a bar and a dining area surrounded by tree branches. The immersive 4.5m canopy made from natural rattan and local wood allows shading.
The Rawai Project introduces innovation, eco-awareness and local expertise while diving deep into natural formations.