Navarang Asset leads the way forward by adapting to a new norm of living
Navarang Asset leads the way forward by adapting to a new norm of livingThis article comes from Navarang Asset. The developer has launched Na Reva Charoennakhon, an exciting new condominium with serene views of the Chao Phraya River. Click here to learn more about it.The real estate industry has adapted to a new normal o…June 21, 2021
This article comes from Navarang Asset. The developer has launched Na Reva Charoennakhon, an exciting new condominium with serene views of the Chao Phraya River. Click here to learn more about it .
The real estate industry has adapted to a new normal of living. The time families spend inside their home has increased, and made homes multi-functional in more ways than we expected.
With restrictions on movement and the practice of social distance here to stay, the usage and value of common areas and facilities have become an extension of our living. Residents prefer to socialize within their own premises where strict safety and hygienic protocols are safeguarded by property management.
Due to these adaptations and work-from-home protocols, home is no longer just a living space. Our homes have become multi-function venues where children learn online, master chefs are born and virtual business meetings are conducted.
Na Reva Charoennakhon is one of the most anticipated river view projects in Bangkok, designed to offer double-spacious, multi-functional living quarters for today’s generation. With a 4.55 meter ceiling height, the Loft units are characterized by an abundance of open space and modern interior design. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer unobstructed panoramic views of the Chao Phraya River and the mesmerizing skyline of Bangkok.
This is exactly where real estate adaptations will come in place. Current and future common areas are gradually redesigned for their purpose; integrating social distancing in between usage, hygienic materials, traffic flow adjustments and all this overshadowed by data driven engines.
Under the EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment), it’s mandatory to allocate a large percentage as green area. Those previously unattractive neglected green spaces are now being transformed in useful inner-city mini farms and wellness concepts to promote cohesive family interaction.