The eight-storey Scope Promsri is currently under construction in the Thai capital's lush and vibrant Sukhumvit neighbourhood, slated for completion in November 2022.
Developed by local real-estate Scope, the low-rise building will include 150 units that range from 28 to 34.99 square metres.
A collaboration with Ligne Roset through Ligne Roset Contract – the brand's first residential project in Southeast Asia – will see the brand furnish common areas and residences with existing and custom designs.
All Prado settees in the project will be designed to perfectly fit Scope Promsri's layouts, with the owners of the residences able to choose the fabric colours for their unit's Prado settee.
"We worked together with Ligne Roset extensively to refine the size, materials, and special colours and fabrics that can truly achieve what the design is meant to do," said Scope CEO, Yongyutt Chaipromprasith.
The building is organised around a central pool and tropical garden, influenced by the cenotes of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, and offers residents the use of several communal outdoor, semi-outdoor and indoor spaces.
These lounge and relaxation areas will be furnished with Ligne Roset's Taru, Valmy and Saparella collections, amongst a curated selection of others.
Promsri Edition residences will include the Promsri Table designed specifically for this project, along with the Prado sofa by Christian Werner, which can be customised with the owners' choice of colour and fabric – only possible due to the bespoke manufacturing capabilities of Ligne Roset Contract.
Larger units also come with a pair of Ettoriano chairs by Claudio Dondoli and Marco Pocci.
Architectural features include full-sized windows with reflective glass and motorised blackout blinds for privacy, plus acoustic window film to reduce external noise transfer by 30 per cent.
Miele kitchen appliances, Liebherr fridges and Kohler bathroom fixtures all come as standard in every unit.
For more information about Scope Promsri and the Ligne Roset collaboration, visit the website.
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