Sala Ayutthaya酒店是二十六间客房的精品酒店，坐落在湄南河沿岸的泰国老城区最风景如画的景点。 Phutthai Sawan寺建于公元1353年由大城府王国的第一个君主。它成为Sala餐厅和河滨套房的景色。 Sala的主要入口毗邻U通道路的Sala树。它是一个长的砖门面上的一个铁门，引导我们到低木制天花板接待和双体积的艺术画廊。在这个空间内，主要特征是Onion设计框架的古董木门。它放置在通向外部庭院的透明镜子之间，被多弧形几何平行的砖墙缩小。他们构成了天空的形象。这个主要流通的独特之处在于不断变化的阴影。双方的弯曲阴影通常在早上约十一点钟在地板上相遇。他们在一天的不同时间改变了空间的气氛。
Sala Ayutthaya is the twenty-six-room boutique hotel, right across a most picturesque site of the old capital of Thailand along the Chao Phraya River. Phutthai Sawan Temple was built in 1353 AD by the first monarch of Ayutthaya Kingdom. It becomes the view of the restaurant and the riverfront suites at Sala. The main entry of Sala is next to a Sala Tree on U-thong Road. It is a single iron door on a long brick facade, leading us to the low wooden ceiling reception and the double volume art gallery. Within this space, the dominant feature is an antique wooden door that Onion designs the framing for. It is placed between the transparent mirrors, opening to the exterior courtyard, narrowed by the paralleled brick walls of multi-curved geometries. They frame the image of the sky. What is unique about this main circulation is the constantly changing shadows. The curved shadows from the two sides normally meet on the floor at about eleven o’ clock in the morning. They transform the atmosphere of the space at different times of the day.