Snøhetta and MQDC are releasing the design for Cloud 11 in Bangkok, a large-scale mixed-use development aiming to set a new standard for sustainable, urban neighborhoods. The design takes on the pressing need for green public spaces in upcoming South Sukhumvit district in Bangkok.Snøhetta, in collaboration with A49 Architects, have designed their most extensive project in Asia to date for MQDC, one of Thailand's leading property developers. The project is a 250,000 square meters mixed-use building in the upcoming CyberTech district of South Sukhumvit in Bangkok. The Sukhumvit district is one of Bangkok's centers and a central hub for street life. The area is easily accessible through public transport and offers amenities to cater to the needs and lifestyle of Bangkok residents. The Cloud 11 project will re-invent a part of Sukhumvit into a hub for innovation and tech companies in the city and provide the area with a large, green public space and spaces for artists, makers, and tech entrepreneurs. The scale of the project means that it becomes more than just a building, aiming to become a landmark – heralding the future of Thailand's renowned capital.Responding to local initiatives for sustainability and livability, like Green Bangkok 2030 and Enter Bangkok2050, the project provides a space that will benefit the community, giving the public a 24-hour access to green spaces, cultural institutions, and modern amenities.