Wison Tungthunya|Wison Tungthunya|Wison Tungthunya|Wison Tungthunya|Wison Tungthunya|Wison Tungthunya||Timber laminate board covers Vanachai’s HQ|The windows were part-inspired by irregular particles on an MDF board|An unusual footprint means some tight angles|The timber staircase, showing Vanachai’s products to their best advantage|Concrete ceilings and floors contrast with warm wood used elsewhere|Sharp lookout: a pointy corner office||
17 Oct 2012

Open Box reinvents Vanachai’s HQ

Words by Jenny Brewer

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