ibis Styles Bangkok Silom

  • Prize
    Winner in Interior Design - Hospitality: Hotel and Resort
  • Company/Firm
  • Lead Designer
    Nampet Petruk
  • Design Team
    Scott Whittaker, Sarinrath Kamolratanapiboon, Kanidtha Pattanapanitchakul, Patchada Tipatueng
  • Interior Designer
  • Location
    Bangkok, Thailand
  • Client
    Piyasombat Property Company Limited
  • Project Date
    July 2022

The new hotel in Bangkok’s business district, just a stone’s throw away from the famous Lumpini Park, will definitely be a popular choice for all types of travellers and the exciting F+B offering is sure to draw in the local crowd.
The 264 room hotel was designed in line with the Accor brand standards and to suit the immediate surrounding and the type of travellers that are drawn to this part of the city. The overall design concept marries Thai characteristics with modern touches, blending comfort and original design. The aim was to provide an exciting and unforgettable guest experience and design an operationally efficient space for the owner and operator.

The area is known to attract a more younger and ‘hip’ crowd therefore dwp explored more funky thai design concepts. ‘Thai Style festival’ was the overall driving inspiration for the property and each area of the hotel represents different Thai elements through design, colour and patterns. The property represents a journey through Thai culture with each area portraying a different experience and story.

Colour is an important part of Thai culture and is used to represent and respect different beliefs. Thai people use auspiciou

At the heart of everything we do is the philosophy that architecture and design is best when it is simple, elegant and timeless.

For 25 years dwp has been a global architecture and design company that has completed award-winning work.

Proud of our entrepreneurial spirit, we aren’t afraid to push boundaries and face new challenges. dwp steps into the future with cutting edge collaborative, sustainable and creative design technology.

Currently located in Australia, Asia and the Middle East, we offer worldwide architectural and design services.

Other prizes
2022 - The Eric Tweedale Stadium Gold Winner, Urban Design and Architecture Design Awards 2022 - Nihon University, Newcastle Commendation for Heritage Architecture, Australian Institute of Architects Awards (NSW-Newcastle) 2022 2021 - Oakleigh Recreation Centre Redevelopment Winner, Community Facility of The Year Award, Parks and Leisure Australia (VIC/TAS) Winner, National Sports & Physical Activity Convention 2021, Australian Sport, Recreation and Play Innovation Awards, Facility Design and Development - The Eric Tweedale Stadium Winner, Australian Timber Design Awards 2021 Winner, Commercial & Public Buildings, Australian Timber Design Awards 2021 Shortlisted, Public Architecture, AIA NSW Chapter Awards 2022 - Hotel Chastone Melbourne, M Gallery by Sofitel Shortlisted, Best Hotel Design, Eat Drink Design Awards - Europa on Alma Shortlisted, Ageing in Place, 9th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards - Celes Asoke Winner, PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards 2021, Best Luxury Condo Interior Design 2020 - Diageo Office Winner, Office Interior Thailand, The International Property Awards - University of Queensland Community Garden Honorable Mention, Education Interior Design, The Qld Awards - Hotel Chadstone Melbourne, MGallery by Sofitel Shortlisted, Hospitality, The IDEA Awards Winner, Hotel – Luxury, LIV Hospitality Design Award - W Hotel Abu Dhabi, Yas Island Winner, Resort – Luxury, LIV Hospitality Design Award 2019 -W Dubai - The Palm Winner, Best Hotel Interior Dubai, The International Property Awards - ANU Hanna Neumann Building Winner, Pamille Berg for Art in Architecture, AIA ACT Awards Winner, Hayward Morris Award for Interior Architecture, AIA ACT Awards Winner, Enrico Taglietti Award for Education Architecture, AIA ACT Awards - The Esse Sukhumvit 36 Winner, The Living Category, BCI Asia Awards - Glowfish Offices, Bangkok Gold, Studios, Co-working Spaces & Home Office, WIN|WAN Awards