Crew’s Control

The number three seems to be a harbinger of good luck for this three-year-old practice based in Bangkok’s Talad Noi heritage quarters. Creative Crews’ first stab at the World Architecture Festival and INSIDE Festival of Interiors has yielded them three shortlist nods for projects that couldn’t be more different from each other: their own office, housed in two repurposed row houses; a rustic farm stay seeking to rejuvenate traditional vernacular architecture; and finally, a multi-sensory classroom for a school for the visually impaired.

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