Park 44,800 sq.m. (28 Rails)
Road 1.57 km ( 29.4 Rails)
Completed March 2017
World Landscape Architecture
Award of Excellence (Built Large)
ASLA Professional Award 2019
Honor Award (General Design)
ASA AD Award 2018
Architecture of the Year
ICONIC Architecture Award 2019
Best of Best (Public/Culture/Education)
Architecture Masterprize 2019
Winner (Public Space)
TALA Professional Award 2018
Award of Excellence (Public Space)
Property Management of Chulalongkorn University
Chulalongkorn Centenary Park is designed to face future uncertainties of climate change. The design concept inclines the entire park to create a container for water: the raised green roof directs runoff water through sloped rain gardens, filtered in the constructed wetland, and then to the retention pond. The park’s mid-lawn is a detention area, allowing space for flooding and retention pond overflow. The park treats water from neighboring areas by sending it through the wetland filtration system.
Centenary Park is an open area with activated edges. Contained landscape “rooms”, like an herb garden, meditation walk, and reading area, sit adjacent to filtration ponds to line the main lawn.
Extending the park design into the neighborhood, a major adjacent roadway was reduced from four to two lanes in favor of widened pedestrian walkways and new bike lanes. The walkways connect directly to paths in the park, creating a seamless pedestrian experience. Linear rain gardens, with a multitude of native plants, line the road to absorb water.
N7A architects Co,. Ltd.
(CASE) Civil And Structural Engineers Co.,Ltd.
EEC Engineering Network Co., Ltd. (EEC)
Syntec Construction PCL.
CONSULTING & MANAGEMENT 49 Co,. Ltd. (CM49)
CORDIA Co., Ltd.