yak01 residence by ayutt and associates design
yak01 residence by ayutt and associates design yak01 residence by ayutt and associates design
mar 19, 2013
yak01 residence by ayutt and associates design


‘yak01′ residence by ayutt and associates design
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cantilevering practically over the ground floor area of the house, yak01 – the newly developed family residence by ayutt and associates design
is situated on 560 sq.m private land in bangkok, thailand. designed in an L shape to enhance the usable space and green area – the bathrooms,
service areas, storage and staircases are conceived as buffer zones to absorb the heat and provide more privacy for the main private space
on the north. additionally, 50% of the land is an open space for gardening that can be visible from every angle. the swimming pool is positioned
in parallel with the building to draw cool air into the house – providing natural ventilation with a generous outdoor area compared with that
of a small plot with similar surrounding properties.

 

the ground floor is arranged in traditional thai fashion – with a central courtyard that functions as a feature foyer and distributor before
accessing to the main living space. a staircase enclosed in a glass box floats over this underlying front garden as a main feature for the entrance.
the living space directly connects to the terrace, the garden and the swimming pool with double – height folding windows that facilitate the
fusion of spaces. the master bedroom upstairs is entirely cantilevered over the whole length of front foyer.

 

 


living room and pantry area
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small courtyard
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vertical strip facade on upper floor
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between living space and landscape
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(left) family courtyard with swimming pool, (right) main entrance of yak01
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axomometric diagram
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lower floor and upper floor plan
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elevations
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elevations
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project information

 

architect : ayutt mahasom
interior designer : ayutt mahasom
landscape designer : ayutt mahasom
client : rawin and supamas boonyanusasna
site area : 560 sq.m.
construction area : 500 sq.m.
location : yen akat road, bangkok, thailand
photographer:  piyawut srisakul

 

 

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