Tripasai Architect have designed the entrance lobby of a private residence in Bangkok, Thailand, that features an embroidered flower petal backdrop wall.
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Playful yet sophisticated, the entrance lobby of a private residence in Bangkok is enriched by contemporary craftsmanship. The space is defined by a combination of Thai style wooden furniture, so-called “Kha Singh”, and embroidered flower petal backdrop wall.
The wall is characterized by a sequence of tiny dots that creates a perception of rhomboidal grids, this technique recalls japanese stitching art “Sashiko”. Colorful cotton yarn is sewed randomly between each dots to create vivid flower petal motif.
The coexistence of old and new components and the multi-cultural aspects make this space lively.
Design: Tripsai Architect
Photography by Ketsiree Wongwan