[Special Advertising Feature] Creating upscale boutique condominiums in prime locations in Thailand’s capital has carved a niche in Bangkok’s real estate market for The Nest Property over the last 10 years.
Recognised as modern yet classically stylish, with entrance lobbies and outdoor facilities designed to evoke a resort feel, Nest-branded apartment developments deliver quality and charisma to the city’s new wave of property purchasers.
Nest residents value high-end lifestyle features within an affordable condo development in a strategic location, with architecture, interiors, and landscaping designed to inspire a feeling of achievement and aspiration.
The Bangkok-based developer attracted attention at the 14th annual PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards in August 2019, scooping 10 awards for three properties, comprising three wins as well as highly commended in seven categories.
The Nest Sukhumvit 71 garnered Best Affordable Condo Architectural Design (Bangkok) and Best Affordable Condo Landscape Architectural Design (Bangkok) wins, with a highly commended for Best Affordable Condo Development (Bangkok) and Best Affordable Condo Interior Design (Bangkok).
Collaborators include Greyspace Architects Studio for the architectural design, Paradigm Shift Studio for the interiors, and Phill Design Studio for the landscaping.
With 515 units, the development is within a kilometre of Phrakanong sky train station, along Bangkok’s main Sukhumvit thoroughfare, in a sought-after neighbourhood. The five low-rise residential buildings are set to create an inner sanctuary, with more than a rai of space for facilities and greenery. It was this core design concept that won over this year’s judges.
“A winning location with practically appointed rooms designed to look out to a central oasis define The Nest Sukhumvit 71, with developers The Nest Property displaying architectural prowess in capturing affordability alongside the luxurious aesthetic and lifestyle-friendly philosophy of green-inspired communal spaces.”
The central ‘nest’ is a natural setting with lounge space, co-working, a pool, and fitness deck with a forest scape, poolside hangout, and multi-level landscaping that adds a sense of spatial experience.
Meanwhile, the Nest Chula-Samyan project won Best Mid End Condo Landscape Architectural Design (Bangkok) with highly commended awards for Best Mid End Condo Interior Design (Bangkok) along with Best Mid End Condo Architectural Design (Bangkok). Somdoon Architects, Be Gray Interior, and Red Landscape Architect all add creative talents to the project.
Inspiration for the 332-unit building is drawn from the area’s Thai-Chinese heritage, close to Bangkok’s renowned Lumpini Park, with partitions, colour, and different designs evoking a feeling of flow that links the landscape and the architecture, making residents feel connected.
The two residential buildings, each with eight storeys, create the iconic Nest courtyard design, with the façade blending in with the surrounding community and articulated at the fourth and sixth floors to complement the surrounding landscape of four-storey townhouses. Zig-zag patterns create space within a compact site to give the impression of entering an urban retreat.
Outdoors, there are two garden zones, on the ground floor as well as on the rooftop, with two swimming pools at both levels. The condo also boasts a whirlpool and floating bed, as well as a kids’ pool and a grand water cascade corridor at the garden court. On the roof, residents can enjoy sky yoga and a lounge terrace, with co-working, fitness, and a meeting room on the first floor.
The Nest Sukhumvit 64 achieved highly commended in three categories: Best Affordable Condo Architectural Design (Bangkok), Best Affordable Condo Interior Design (Bangkok), and Best Affordable Condo Landscape Architectural Design (Bangkok).
The low-rise condominium boasts three residential buildings, with a link bridge creating connectivity so residents can access the second-floor swimming pool more easily. Interiors are restful with functional elements such as walk-in wardrobes, while the landscaping features a veranda enclosed by a seating wall, with trees and flowering shrubs; once again expressing the iconic Nest courtyard design.
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