The Belgravia Gate Wainbridge residences were first built by legendary architect Thomas Cundy III in the 19th century. Renovated by Thomas Juul-Hansen, LLC, the renovation effort was coined Project Falcon.
Due to the building’s historical significance, Juul-Hansen remained respectful of the building’s original features—3-4m-high ceilings, oversized windows, and open floor plan—opting to incorporate them into the new design. To add a modern touch, the interior was bolstered with handcrafted modern detailing like an array of carved stone elements which can be found throughout the residences.
SCOPE Langsuan sits on a piece of the most expensive freehold land found in Thailand. This comes as no surprise as Juul-Hansen has always stressed location as one of, if not the most, important factor for developing any luxury residence.
Like his other projects, SCOPE Langsuan explores the duality between light and space, employing floor-to-ceiling windows and high ceilings that allow natural light to flood the rooms entirely. Here, the interior features a warm colour palette, accentuated with furnishings from leading brands like Minotti, Walter Knoll, and Poliform.
With Thomas Juul-Hansen’s masterful touch and unparalleled sense for luxury design, SCOPE Langsuan enters the fray as one of the most luxurious condominiums found not only in Thailand, but also anywhere in the world.