DWP has won the Gold Award for their ‘Glowfish Office’ in the category of Workspace Interiors at the World Interiors News Awards 2019.

Located on the busy 19th and 20th floor of the Sathorn Nakorn building in Bangkok, Thailand, Glowfish’s serviced offices are ready-to-use meeting rooms (that can be rented hourly) and event spaces that serve high-performance local and international ‘millenial’ start-up companies, scaleup, SMEs and large organisations who need a temporary hub.

DWP’s innovative office design is conceptualised to increase productivity, support business growth as well as customers’ lifestyle choices by creating a relaxed, creative interior with natural light, practical facilities, and a sustainable space.   Industrial, raw and natural materials were mainly used for this project including concrete, wood, metal and a vertical garden to soften the environment, mood and tone.

The active reception with barista bar and hot desk working area is a hub formed from concrete and surrounded by a natural, green environment. The design reflects the inclusive culture and partnership approach to working with clients. The reception opens up to the larger community space that provides a single location for staff to work, socialise and hold community events.

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