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ASHTON SILOM

Silom Road, Bangkok
Thailand
2018

ASHTON SILOM

Silom Road, Bangkok
Thailand
2018

ASHTON SILOM

Silom Road, Bangkok
Thailand
2018

Ahston Silom The Pioneer Silom the Revolutionary of Bangkok Since its origin in 1863, Silom Road has been Thailand spiritual symbol of progress and innovation, and is rich in history through the generations that have passed.


Silom Road was the country 3rd road to be built according to International standards, and home to Thailand first water turbine baler. It was also the first road to have the electric tram, and branched off the verdant Lumpini Park, an urban public parkland, another first of its kind, much like Central Park which housed the World Expo. Silom Road was Thailand cosmopolitan hub, CBD, and financial center, and would be a hallmark of Thailand growth and prosperity.


Silom Road influential status as the original blueprint for numerous urban development strategies and became the keystone in the inspiration of Ashton Silom.


The project would strive to be unique, innovative, and the first of its kind, much like the historic road that it would flourish on.


Vertical Interlocking Unit Design Conventional condominium units are restricted by structure and construction techniques that dictate floor slab levels be consistent within each floor. Should the living room need a higher ceiling height, it would mean that bedroom ceiling heights would also need to be increased accordingly and unnecessarily increase air-conditioning volumes and window areas in the bedrooms as well.

Hence, a vertical L-shaped interlocking design would enhance the height and space of the living room, as well as the bedroom, between odd and even floors. As a result, the living room where people spend most of their time would achieve the sense of openness, along with a threshold that makes each room unique in its own way, without exceeding the height standard.


Ultra-generous living volume Living spaces in the each room are distinctly planned which allow the residents an exclusive airy and spacious feeling, augmenting their special comfort and leisure.


Ultra-maximum window area The perimeter of the building is maximized in order for all the units to acquire the most window space. Within each floor, 12 units out of 14 are Corner Unit room types, which enable at least 2 walls for window openings and an effective ventilation into each room. Furthermore, it creates a generous corner portal to Bangkok amazing skyline. Double corner-room unit plan The Corner Unit room type is always the most popular.


A Double Corner room, on the other hand, interlocks in an L-shaped form, with the living room and master bedrooms in both corners. It also includes a corner sliding window, which opens up as a balcony making the room even more spacious.


Remote A/C unit Most of the air-conditioning systems in a condominium are typically a split type system, meaning the AC compressor is placed outside of the room, wasting about 1.5 m of the window space. For instance, a room 5 m wide could only have 3.5 m or 30% of the total area for the openings. A central system is sometimes used as an alternative. However, both approaches are still problematic as the latter requires longterm care and responsibility.


Ashton Silom, on the other hand, utilizes a remote A/C unit system by placing the AC compressors in the common area on each floor of the building instead of every room. Although located further from the unit, the VRF air conditioning system is as effectively as it would close by. This allows each room to receive an optimum sense of exposure.


Quadruple facilities All the amenities of the building are situated on multiple levels, ranging from level 34, 34M, 46 to 48 and roof level.

On the 34th floor is an open pool looking out to Bangkok spectacular views of Ploenchit, Witthayu, Sathorn, JareonKrung and the beautiful Chao Phraya River. Not to mention an extensive fitness which looks out to the river, as well as old towns like Yaowarat and Rattanakosin. The mezzanine level above features lounges, public library and theatre. The top floors starting from the 46th floor to the roof level is a recreational park, connecting to an event space on the roof top with full services provided by the sky lounge on the 48th floor.

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