Identity is the understanding of self, grounded in place, culture, heritage and sense of purpose. We know from long experience that the most authentic, successful and enduring projects are those that reflect the shared identity of the community.

Vasu Virajslip

  • Principal Architect
  • Managing Director
  • MSAAD Columbia University
  • B.Arch. Pratt Institute

Vaslab is a design oriented architectural firm based in Bangkok, presenting expertise in architecture, interior design, and urban design. The studio, led by Vasu Virajsilp (MSAAD, Columbia University, New York, B.Arch. Pratt Institute, Honors, New York), creates an architecture by injecting the innovative and experimental ideas to construct the new order of sustainable architectural elements contextually, which has been recognized with the 2014 winner of International Architecture Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies, the 2014 Iconic Awards by The German Design Council, the 2009, 2013, and 2014 World Architecture Festival Awards (Finalists), and the 2014-15 Asia Pacific Property Awards Architecture (Highly Commended), as well as having participated as judges and speakers at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore in October 2012 and 2014.

This architecture laboratory is a diverse team, consisted of outstanding young, multicultural designers and dedicated exclusively to multiscale projects in Thailand and internationally such as Casa de La Flora in Phangnga, 72 Courtyard, Honda BigWing, LIT Hotel and Bunker House.

Selected Accolades

Recently Awarded Projects

Mason

Architizer A+Awards Popular Choice Winner, Hotels & Resorts Category / Iconic Awards Winner, Innovative Architecture

Pak Phanang Wind Park Community Center

German Design Award, Special Mention / The International Architecture Award

Casa de La Flora

Iconic Awards Winner, Architecture / The International Architecture Award / World Architecture Festival, Finalist

Honda BigWing

World Architecture Festival, Finalist