An individual statement of whimsical charm

Setting up in an extensive hotel space in the heart of Bangkok, the project is one of a kind, especially in terms of scope that has never been done before by PHKA.

This bespoke installation is commissioned by K’Amm-K’Ta, the couple who share a passion in stylish yet understated appreciation, together with an inspiring style of renowned perfumery. We try to create sequences of visual harmony with geometric elements and controlled colours.

An extended long tunnel with detailed interior trimming has been precisely built to lead guests through the welcoming space. Series of black metal rings with small branches of flower attached are crafted in contrast to the plain ceiling, but integrated as an unique design.

Decorative ivory steel frame with similar proportions to tunnel’s interior is again implemented with the 8.40 metres width backdrop. Grounded with cream flower, only rose capitulum is used in the centre area to create a visual effect when looking closely. We touch up with colourful flower arrangement in huge rectangle vases in all common areas such as backdrop foyer and register area.

For ballroom interior, PHKA constructed a panoramic stage for ceremonial procession. Countless tubes are accurately-3D-calculated, coloured, cut, and arranged to provided a stunning atmosphere; relating to human scale. Various types and colours of flowers; i.e. Delphinium, tulip, rose, pin cushion, Anemone, statice are inserted in the tube, beginning from colourful at the front to colourless at the back, making a colour gradation effect. We also arrange centrepieces for dining table by using a high vase with Phalaenopsis and rose.

Typographic design, all invitation and signage design, bouquet, boutonniere, flower barring, and water pouring set are also completed by PHKA in this occasion. 


Location : Centara Grand at Central World, Bangkok
Supervisor : Sarawut Saiwiset (PHKA)
Head Florist : Nopparat Suksakit
Photographer : Pattaradhorn Rujeraprapa
3D modelling and calculation : Marisa Charusilawong, FabSmith