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As part of Architect19 "Living Green", the Green Building Tour activity will

take you to leading certified Green Buildings in Bangkok. This exclusive tour will be accompanied by experts who will provide insightful information about

the architectural elements and Eco-friendly technologies.


WED, 1 May, 2019 I 13.00 - 16.00

CU Centenary Park

ASA AD Award 2018


An ASA Ad Award 2018 winning project, CU Centenary Park is a public park occupying the space of 28 Rai, connecting Chulalongkorn University with Suanluang and Samyan areas. With the ‘urban forest’ concept, the park is a specially designed construct wetland with rain garden, retention pond and underground water drainage system.

Getting there : ​

  • Enter Soi Chula 9 from Rama 4 Rd.

  • Enter Soi Chula 42 from Phayathai Rd.

  • BTS: National Stadium Station 

  • MRT: Samyan

True Digital Park

Sustainability trophy at AEC 

Excellence Awards

THU, 2 May, 2019 I 9.00 - 12.00

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101 True Digital Park is the biggest Digital Innovation Hub in South East Asia. The project was developed with the concept of “Digital Lifestyle-Connecting Possibilities” in collaboration with WHIZDOM 101 of Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited - MQDC and designed according to “Sustainovation” concept.

Getting there : ​

  • Enter Soi Sukhumvit 101 from Sukhumvit Rd.

  •  BTS: Punnawithi

Dhanapipat Building, Dhanarak Asset Development Co,Ltd.

German Sustainable Building Council – DGNB Pre-Certification PLATINUM


THU, 2 May, 2019 I 13.00 - 16.00

The design of the new office of Dhanarak Asset Development Co.,Ltd is based on the figurine of Vayupak, a mythical animal that is also the symbol of the Ministry of Finance and the Treasury Department. The architecture is conceived to be a sustainable building with energy-efficient and eco-friendly innovations.

Getting there : ​

  • From Vibhavadi Rangsit Rd.
    turn left at Luk Si junction to Chaeng Watthana Government Complex

FRI, 3 May, 2019 I 9.30 - 12.00


Australian Embassy Thailand

Designed by prominent Australian architect

Mr. James Grose, of BVN Architecture firm, the new building of Australian Embassy Bangkok will be as iconic as that on South Sathorn. Inspired by features of the Australian landscape, its striking red exterior is reminiscent of the rocks of Australia’s central desert and the traditional ‘itt mon daeng’ Thai brick, used extensively in Thai temples.

Getting there : ​

  • From Wireless Rd. turn left into an alley beside Japanese Embassy

  • MRT: Lumpini Station

KASIKORN Business-Technology Group (KBTG)



FRI, 3 May, 2019 I 13.00 - 16.00 

Regarded as one of the most modern and eco-friendly buildings in Thailand’s banking industry, the KBTG building is the first of its kind to be awarded LEED-NC Platinum certification, the highest award by the Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) program.

Getting there : ​

  • The building is inside the area of Impact Arena Complex

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