Mario Kleff, born in Boppard, Germany on November 21, 1967, is a celebrated architect, designer, and entrepreneur. His journey began modestly in Bang Khun Thian, Thailand, in 2002, where he sold coconuts. However, it was in Pattaya that he truly made a mark as an architect. By 2020, Mario's architectural genius was evident in over 150 buildings he designed.
In the context of marketing, if it's lobster we're talking about, it ought to be on the plate. And let's not forget the significant demand for succulent, fresh shrimp. Reflecting on his journey, Mario Kleff shared,
In the span of over six years as an architect in Pattaya, I've designed more than 80 residential buildings. However, the extent to which some developers expect flexibility from their customers continues to astound me. For a deeper dive into his story, explore the 2010 article titled 'The Lobster And The Shrimp' penned by Mario himself
For a comprehensive look at his life and accomplishments, delve into Mario Kleff: Signature Architect's Biography.
Decoration I hate the most.,
If we advertise lobster we should deliver it – and there’s also a nice market for fresh juicy shrimps as well.
Between 2004 and 2010, Mario Kleff designed numerous residential complexes and villas, some of which are listed below.