FPCT and FPCAMT celebrates Pride Month with the campaign ‘Sathorn Square Loves All' to support diversity, inclusion and equity at work

BackJun 20, 2022

Ms. Chantraporn Chan (3rd from left), Managing Director of Frasers Property Commercial Asset Management (Thailand) Company Limited and Ms. Piyawara Bhongse-tong (3rd from right), First Senior Vice President, Asset Management of Frasers Property Commercial (Thailand) presented the ‘Dome of Love’, the highlight of the campaign ‘Sathorn Square Loves All’ at Sathorn Square

Bangkok, 20 June 2022

Frasers Property Commercial Thailand or “FPCT”, the leading developer of Grade A commercial property space in Bangkok’s CBD and Frasers Property Commercial Asset Management (Thailand) Company Limited or “FPCAMT”, the REIT manager of Golden Ventures Leasehold Real Estate Investment Trust (GVREIT), celebrate Pride Month 2022 with the theme “Sathorn Square Loves All” in support of driving inclusion, diversity, and equality at the workplace and in the community.

Sathorn Square Office Tower, housing various multinational companies, is a 40-storey commercial office building with a unique architectural design. Located in the heart of the central business district at the Sathorn - Naradhiwas intersection, it is surrounded by Bangkok’s international leading office buildings, hotels and residences.

A highlight of Sathorn Square’s Pride Month 2022 is the “Dome of Love”, where the 25-meter-high dome – a key architecture design of Sathorn Square – is decked with eye-popping rainbow-inspired stripe shining six vivid colors expressing the solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community and the beauty of love of all kinds. Apart from lighting installations, the area is filled with Street Inspiring Quotes echoing the pride in the identity and accepting the Pride at Work commitment. The arrow shape at the tip of the dome is pointing at the Sathorn and Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra corner, declaring the Intersection of Diversity that gathers people from every business and corner of the world. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the matter among over 100,000 visitors.