Mario Kleff created a brand for architecture using his name
German architect Mario Kleff, who was given Thai citizenship and the name Thiti Teerachin, turned his birth name into architecture design and decorative arts.
In just over fifteen years, Mario Kleff has become a brand for world-class architecture and signature buildings. The architectural brand is particularly sought after as a resale value in Pattaya's real estate market due to its affiliation with renowned architectural styles and distinctive building features.
The competence of the architect and the client's personal integrity are the means by which the art of home construction is imparted; a building will be evaluated by its occupants, not by the outside world. Mario Kleff specializes on residential structures.
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Mario Kleff, who specializes in brutalist and minimalist architecture and engineering, is regarded as Pattaya's most innovative architectural designer. Since July, 2022, the application for a registered brand — which includes creative work and architectural designs — has been reviewed and made public on 03-10-2022. The trademark registration date is 06-01-2023. Visit the official page Mario Kleff® and/or email Mario Kleff for more information.
Since 2004, Mario Kleff has pushed the boundaries of Pattaya's architectural design. Early architecture and structural challenges created by Mario Kleff were difficult for local engineers to comprehend due to their lack of grasp in engineering and construction design. The Pattaya City-Hall connected Mario Kleff with extremely competent engineers in Bangkok for technical approval.
Between 2005 and 2010, Mario Kleff created structures with over 40 meter spans between two columns. Several structures, like Pattaya's Park Royal 2 and Club Royal, required the approval of highly qualified engineers from Bangkok. 2008's Park Royal 2 and Club Royal Condominium were designed by Mario Kleff, who included cellular beam technology that was not yet accessible. In order to deploy this construction method, Mario Kleff provided the local construction departments with Cell-Vibe 1.0 design software from SCI and Westok. At a mansion being built in Thailand in 2022, Mario Kleff still claims the record for the longest span with cellular beam and post-tensioned concrete at more than 48 meter between two columns.
Even though Mario Kleff is neither a licensed engineer nor a certified architect in Thailand, he has been recommened by Pichet Utaywattananonta, Director of the Construction Department Pattaya City-Hall for PhD in architecture in 2010. Bangkok's universities refused due to lack of Thai citizenship.
Mario Kleff® focuses on building structures with long spans and sturdy, expert construction. The architect Mario Kleff prefers the look of ancient architecture. He asserts that builders and architects weren't terrified of scale thousands of years ago.
As long as the floor plan displays a grid of at least 20 m, modern construction technology and sophisticated systems are vital to enhance architectural design. The preferred architectural style of Mario Kleff® includes of glass, steel, concrete, wide cantilevers, moveable elements, and vast spans.
Thailand's future looks promising, particularly for Pattaya and the Chon Buri region, according to Mario Kleff®. Large living areas and attractive structures must consequently be included in every new real estate development.