Within the residential units, this partnership “extends beyond a simple use of furniture or a catalog for our clients to choose from,” says SCOPE’s CEO Yongyutt Chaiprompasith. Rather, it is a “collaborative creation where sizes, materials and limited edition colors are chosen to comprehensively embody the project’s core concept.” This sense of co-creation can be felt throughout the design of each unit, but is most clearly exhibited in two of the project’s star pieces: the Prado sofa and the Promsri table.
As the brainchild of German designer Christian Werner, the Prado sofa is innovative in both its appearance and function. Werner’s design offers users the freedom to customize their living spaces, with movable cushions that can be placed in any configuration atop the seat and seamlessly transition to suit different needs. These cushions are weighted and fitted with a non-slip system that allows for total versatility and ease of use: they can act as backrests for reclining, or may even be used to create informal seating areas on the floor. For maximal functionality, mattress ticking on the reverse of the seat cushion allows the settee to be transformed into a bed, complete with an accompanying fitted sheet. This unique piece also comes in two exclusive colors chosen just for SCOPE Promsri: La Vieille Rose and Armée Vert, so residents will be able to select the perfect shade and fabric for their home.