The urban grid concept draws inspiration from the fertile rice-paddy fields of Rangsit, Lam Luk Ka. The architect has incorporated their rectangular pattern into a contemporary design that reflects the area’s cultural heritage and the simplicity and straightforwardness of systematic urban planning. At the entrance, this pattern protrudes from the ground, creating a sculpture-like wall bearing the project’s name, as well as the security booth. The area surrounding the entrance is also divided into grids of greenery to reflect the surrounding luxuriant rice fields. These spaces are then filled with bushes of various kinds and heights,
rendering the entrance even more stunning.