Kbank Private Banking Office - dwp

2019 WIN Awards: Kbank Private Banking Office - dwp

Copy taken from entry 2019
25 Jun 2019

Kbank Private Banking Office - dwp is an entry in the Corporate offices category at the 2019 World Interiors News Awards.

KBank asked dwp to design a very high-end, by-invitation-only, banking experience. KBank’s privileges are curated especially for high net worth clients. Ranging from privileges in banking and investments, to lifestyle needs. The function of the offices, is to provide business network building, financial concierge services, investment information services via seminars offering domestic and global investment updates which taken up 1,783 sqm of level 42 at Bhiraj Tower, Bangkok, Thailand, opening in April 2019.

A warm opulent welcome is created right from the moment the doors open into the lift lobby with wooden slatted wall finishes and deep walnut trim. Statuesque French doors with bold brass door knobs open into a comfortable and luxurious customer lounge in hues of platinum and gold with taupe, browns and creams which offer a lush, rich accents.

Each meeting room is created according to the character and requirements of the client. Accessorised with iconic furniture, custom carpets and colours and patterns, textures and finishes that also reflect locations relating to KBank history. The rooms have a very different identity. From Eurasian classic, to feminine chic and masculine leathery club.

dwp pushed KBank - a traditional company - towards a modern office concept with a bar, a long countertop with power outlets for hot-desking and also a café with a view. The result is an extremely functional and flexible office design with clear desks that allow all the staff access to maximum daylight.

The World Interiors News Awards showcase the best international design in both current and future projects. Entries for the 2019 Awards are now open - for further information and to submit your entry please click here.

 

Key Facts

Thailand
Corporate Offices
2019
dwp
Interior

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