Chao Phraya Sky Park rethinks wasted infrastructure for urban adaptability

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Amidst the pandemic, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration opened its remarkable public space, the Chao Phraya Sky Park (CPSP). Left abandoned for almost 40 years, the halted infrastructure project has now been given a second life as the newest Bangkok landmark and the nation’s first pedestrian bridge park spanning a river.

Bridging Bangkok’s past and present at a glance.

Situated in Bangkok’s most significant historical area, the 360-degree view connects the city‘s historic town and modern skyline with a single glance. From vacant to vibrant, CPSP exhibits possibilities for public green space in a dense urban fabric by redefining neglected infrastructure and connecting citizens’ health

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