PLP HQ Happiness and more Challenge Office Building Design

PLP HQ Happiness and more Challenge Office Building Design

PLP HQ Happiness and more Challenge Office Building Design

BANGKOK, THAILAND

The owner of PLP Studio (Bangkok, Thailand) wanted something different for the design of his Head Quarters. He loved the idea of what Breezway Louvre Windows could offer with its aesthetic benefits and the advantages his building structure could have. He installed Breezway Louvres for an extraordinary effect. And that’s precisely what he got.

Walls of Breezway Louvres installed into PLP building
Breezway Louvres seal tight to keep boardroom meetings private
Open up your office buildings to natural light and fresh air with Breezway Louvres
Internal space with view of Breezway Louvres
The owner trusted our long-standing brand, knowing that Breezway Louvre Windows would deliver high-quality performance products, that are architecturally designed to help make his building stand out, and look completely different to other buildings nearby.

The interior has been lit with an abundance of natural light streaming into the building through the Breezway Louvres, making the office area feel much brighter and spacious. With ample fresh air ventilating the inside of the Head Quarters, it has completely transformed the atmosphere to what it once was.

Architect: PLP Studio

Catholic Church with Breezway Louvres

Catholic Church with Breezway Louvres

Catholic Church with Breezway Louvres

KOTA KINABALU, MALAYSIA
This Catholic Church in Kota Kinabalu balances its architectural design and the comfort it offers visitors.
Create aesthetic appeal on your facade with Breezway Louvre Windows
Catholic Church with Breezway Louvre Windows
Allow light and ventilation with Breezway Louvre Windows
Breezway Louvres can be custom made to suit many different sizes
If you look at the images closely, you will notice the unique facade and the structure design that make the church look stylish yet peaceful. One of the most essential requirements was to ensure proper ventilation inside the building. Therefore, Breezway Louvre Windows were installed to make sure visitors feel comfortable.

Architect: Arkitek Daniel Koh Distributor: Elaskof Sdn. Bhd.

RD House using Walls of Breezway Louvres

RD House using Walls of Breezway Louvres

RD House using Walls of Breezway Louvres

PHUKET, THAILAND
The RD House by Architects 49, located in Phuket (Thailand), has a fascinating layout with a tailored style. The architect installed Breezway Altair Louvre Windows from the ceiling to the floor on both levels throughout the house, providing a clear view of the scenery outside. The main purpose of this window style is to maximise natural ventilation.
Outdoor view of Architect House with Breezway Louvres
Enjoy uninterrupted outdoor views with Breezway Louvres
Connecting walkway between two parts of the home with Breezway Louvres either side
Walls of Breezway Louvres bring natural light into a home
When you have top-to-bottom Breezway Louvre Windows, you don’t just get the most out of the fresh air that flows into your home, but also consistent airflow that cools the indoors day and night, natural sunlight and the feel of a bigger space. This design will suit any kind of home to have full-house ventilation. The designer surely had put in a lot of effort in designing this project, and we’re glad to be a part of it. Breezway louvres somehow make it look perfect.

Architect: Architects 49 (Phuket) Limited +66 76 213 949 www.a49.com

Tinman House with Breezway Louvre Windows

Tinman House with Breezway Louvre Windows

TINMAN HOUSE เพราะหัวใจของบ้านคือเรา with Breezway Louvre Windows

BANGKOK, THAILAND
Imagine a structural steel Tinman House, like the one from Wizard of Oz, which was described by the architect as ‘a character that simply represents a humble, honest heart’ but with Breezway Louvre Windows in it.
Breezway Louvres can be angled to suit conditions
Breezway Louvres in the Tinman House
Breezway Louvres open wide for natural ventilation
Breezway Louvres provide clear uninterrupted views

Here’s one in Bangkok, Thailand designed by Junsekino Architect and Design. They used our 152mm Breezway Altair Louvres in a creative way to create natural ventilation so that the outside temperature does not affect the inside of this building.

When you have top-to-bottom louvre windows, you don’t just get the most out of the fresh air that flows into your home, but also consistent airflow that cools the indoors day and night, natural sunlight and the feel of a bigger space. This design will suit any kind of home to have full-house ventilation.

Owners: Vazzan and Dr. Kanjana Tirangkura
Designer: Junsekino Architect and Design
Co-designer: Vazzan Tirangkura

Bright and Breezy Bangkok Restaurant

Bright and Breezy Bangkok Restaurant

Bright and Breezy Bangkok Restaurant

BANGKOK, THAILAND

The recently completed 7th Street Bangkok Bar & Bistro project sports Breezway Altair Louvre Windows in the building.

Multiple bays of Breezway Louvres use standard handles and mixed coloured glass blades
A mix of clear and coloured glass louvre blades inside restaurant
7th Street Baar & Bistro using Breezway Louvres
Dining area inside 7th Street with multiple bays of Breezway Louvres

The louvre windows help brighten up the area while providing plenty of ventilation for patrons to enjoy a refreshing meal in an inspiring environment.

By installing Breezway Louvres, a variety of glass blades can be arranged in such a way that brings an artistic effect to the outside and inside of the restaurant. The creative flare allows the building to stand out on the street to passing traffic.

Architect: Please contact Breezway Malaysia for more information.