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Projects – CORAL LIFE

PROJECTS

CORAL LIFE has set in motion a new standard for construction in Asia, with leading by example being the only way we believe it is possible to truly make a meaningful change. House X is an R&D concept house that we built to test the true qualities of our technology and those of our key partners. Through its operational success, House X triggered some very important changes among some of the most influential trustees as we introduced our result-based solution to like-minded people who we knew shared the same concerns, resulting consequently in 4 live projects.

  • A 4-STORY HOME OFFICE PROJECT WITH 1,000 SQM OF FLOOR SPACE FOR UNO SOLUTION COMPANY
  • A TOTAL RENOVATION PROJECT OF THE 5-STORY, 2,230-SQM HEADQUARTERS OF GRAND PRIX INTERNATIONAL (PUBLIC) COMPANY
  • A NEW CALL CENTER FOR JKN GLOBAL MEDIA (PUBLIC) COMPANY
  • A 2,500-SQM OFFICE BUILDING FOR GAS SEPARATION PROJECT NO.7 OF PTT PUBLIC COMPANY
A49 HQ 2023 - BANGKOK
PTT 2022 - BANGKOK
JKN 2022 - BANGKOK
GRAND PRIX 2022 - BANGKOK
UNO 2022 - BANGKOK
CORAL LIFE HQ 2021 - BANGKOK
CIRCLE 31 2020 - BANGKOK

PTT

Working with China Petroleum Pipeline, Coral Life handled the construction in partnership with A39, one of the most reputable architecture firms in Thailand, with three leading factors in mind:

  • CONSIDERATION FOR HUMAN LIFE INSIDE THE BUILDING
  • THE INTEGRATION OF HIGH VALUE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT INSIDE THE BUILDING
  • PTT ECO RESPONSIBILITY

We worked then on designing a new place based on the given parameters, creating a luminous and green “work anywhere” concept instead of the traditional office area.

To support CORAL LIFE’s indoor solution while addressing the issue that humans and nature are too often disconnected in the modern world, we set ourselves the task of incorporating nature into the living space and in the immediate area surrounding the artificial structure. In addition to the esthetic qualities of this initiative, it supported the target of achieving a constant temperature of 28 Degrees Celsius by providing more shade and avoiding too much direct sunlight, while also removing CO2 from the air and producing O2 naturally. Supporting the constant 28 Degrees Celsius temperature by providing more shade and avoiding too much direct sunlight to help consumption efficiency without using electricity while our air system is ventilating out CO2 and blowing in O2 as well as purifying any dust or germs at the size of a staggering 0.3 micron.

The results of this project are a clean and cool space in a heavy industrial complex, all while keeping the energy expenses low and the staff’s health and morale high.

“Green economy”

Coral Life’s design allows for about 84% less BTU installation compared to a conventional building of this size, which according to modern standards would need 3,109,600 BTU whereas our solution uses 506,000 BTU only. In terms of energy consumption it is estimated to be 75% less, from 1,497,397 kwh per year to only 379,008 kwh a year. If we were to put this into a currency number it would translate to a 4.7MTHB saving per year, and in terms of carbon credit it would add up to 525.6 Ton per year, depending on the country policy, in Europe where the standards are set it would mean a 1.5MTHB claim.

“Innovative expert of indoor living”

Coral Life is the way forward for the Green Economy, it is the best building solution provider for both residential and commercial use. Between 2021 and 2022 our income has already more than quadrupled and Coral life is set to grow exponentially in the near future as Governments are endorsing more green projects and as the public is pushing for a change.