建筑设计： baan puripuri
地点： 泰国，曼谷（Bangkok, Thailand）
主持建筑师： Pajitpong Pongsivapai & Khajorn Jaroonwanit
建筑面积： 220.0 m2
来自建筑师的介绍。Baan puripuri 近期在曼谷的一个生机勃勃的地段完成了一个有18个单元住宅的最新作品。通过创造一个具有泰式时尚质感的现代、采光充足的住所，这个项目旨在于最大化三层联排别墅空间的潜力，并克服居住在城市环境中的挑战。
From the architect. Baan puripuri has completed its latest project of 18-unit housing development located in a vibrant neighbourhood of Bangkok. By creating a modern, light-filled home with a sleek touch of Thainess, the project aimed to maximize the potential of the 3-storey townhouse space and overcome the challenges of living in an urban environment.
A series of vertical concrete shading that divided the fa?ade into compartments of rhythmic dimension establishes a distinctive and unique character. The cantilevered planter boxes as well create standout features that harmoniously integrate nature into the house.
The entrance foyer that acts as a transitional zone between exterior and interior leads to the complete openness of main living area. Unlike most ordinary townhouse, large glazed surfaces allow light to pour into the double-height space and fully open up to a sunken patio wrapped around with vertical garden in the backyard. This harmoniously creates a better connection between inhabitants and nature and would lead to healthy urban living.
The spacious living space and the mezzanine that houses a pantry and dining area are cooled throughout the year by natural cross-ventilation. The large sliding doors on the ground floor allow the breeze to enter the living space through the mezzanine windows.
Second floor master bedroom, with its en suite, walk-in closet and sitting area sprawls across the entire level. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the front and back provide natural light into the room throughout the day. Two further bedroom and a laundry room occupy the third floor. The laundry room, instead of being located in the backyard, has been moved upstair in order to create spacious, resort style living space on the first floor.
Besides, Thai traditional architecture is served as a design inspiration and has been reinterpreted into modern architectural decorative elements such as patterned gouging concrete walls, indented corner of fa?ade shading or even for the furniture collection.