archimontage brings nature to urban bangkok in dindang house
 
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mar 02, 2016

archimontage brings nature to urban bangkok in dindang house

archimontage brings nature to urban bangkok in dindang house
all images courtesy of spaceshift studio

 

 

 

archimontage design fields sophisticated’s ‘dindang house’ provides a quiet, private respite for a young couple in bangkok, thailand. surrounded by people and chaos, the design focuses on emphasizing green space and the sky, allowing the inhabitants to transcend their environment. the dwelling has two floors, with programs spread evenly throughout. a deeply inset atrium with slatted wood ceiling allows natural light to penetrate the structure, and provides the basis for circulation within the home. in addition to the structure, three courtyards were designed by archimontage to increase the presence of nature within the urban plot.

archimontage dindang house bangkok thailandstreet view

view from next lot

large doors separate the first and second courtyards

archimontage dindang house bangkok thailandthird courtyard, inner space under timber-plate skylight

looking up at tree in backyard

archimontage dindang house bangkok thailandsteel panelling for privacy

ADFSdesignboom06walk way-terrace along pond

ADFSdesignboom5living room looking towards yard and sky

archimontage dindang house bangkok thailandmain corridor, ground floor

ADFSdesignboom03main corridor, second floor

archimontage dindang house bangkok thailandmaster bedroom view

 

 

project info:

 

name: dindang house
architect: archimontage design fields sophisticated
interior design: trimode studio
landscape design: archimontage design fields sophisticated
location: bangkok, thailand
architects in charge: cherngchai riawruangsangkul, suphot klinaphai, thanakit wiriyasathit
area: 820m2
project year: 2010
photography: spaceshift studio

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

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