MahaNakhon Pavilion is part of the iconic landmark `MahaNakhon`, a mixed-use development, and is also home to the super rich. It`s an impressive structure in its own right, the 200 million baht, 2,400 metre sales gallery which showcases two and three bedroom residential units has been designed with three floors to accurately reflect the scale and revolutionary architectural features of the actual residences due for completion by mid 2013.
Interior design for the super luxury The Ritz-Carlton Residences has been inspired by the work of the renowned and award-winning David Collins Studio which has focused on a subtle combination of spatial optimisation, minimalism and understated luxury.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Bangkok Sales Gallery comprises:
• Simplex Residences (Simplex) – a 430 square metres residence with the classic interior design inspired by the work of David Collins Studio. The Simplex will feature skyboxes and terraces.
• Duplex Residences (Duplex) – 216 square metres with modern design
As is Residences – with modern style finishing. This is the residence that customers will get.
Ground level of the Sales Gallery consists of three areas:
o The Ritz-Carlton Gallery showcase
o Public gallery – for exhibitions with frequently rotated art pieces for the public
o Dean & DeLuca Café – The world-acclaimed gourmet brand `Dean & DeLuca` from New York will launch its first-in-Thailand `Dean & DeLuca Café` here, at MahaNakhon Pavilion.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences Bangkok is part of the iconic MahaNakhon mixed-use development project that is set to be an architectural landmark and at 314 metres, Bangkok`s tallest building. MahaNakhon is the largest property development project in the history of Thailand and South East Asia, with a total project value of baht 18 billion.
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