archimontage combines factory and home in phutthamonthon residence
 
archimontage combines factory and home in phutthamonthon residence archimontage combines factory and home in phutthamonthon residence
feb 15, 2016

archimontage combines factory and home in phutthamonthon residence

archimontage combines factory and home in phutthamonthon residence
all images courtesy of casaviva, ketsiree wongwan

 

 

 

the ‘phutthamonthon house’ is a combined garment factory and residence located in suburban bangkok, thailand. designed by archimontage design fields sophisticated, the concept attempts to reflect the hierarchical relationship between employer and employees; albeit within the context of a home.

archimontage phutthamonthon house thailandview from the corner

 

 

 

the A-shaped building has three floors, the lowest being dedicated mostly to work-based activities (a small residential area is located to the right side of the entrance). levels two and three are exclusively residential, and are accessed via the second floor master bedroom’s balcony directly in the center.

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street view

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steel partition fence

archimontage phutthamonthon house thailandthe center area splits the factory-office-studio and house

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fence and light filter steel plate

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the space between the panel, filters steel plate optical window of the staff room

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looking up at second floor balcony


staff room

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hallway overlooking open air courtyard

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view into living room

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master bedroom, second floor

 

 

project info:

 

project name: phutthamonthon house
architects: archimontage design fields sophisticated
interior design: ADFS
landscape design: ADFS
location: nakornpathom, bangkok, thailand
team: cherngchai riawruangsangkul, kularit lawanvit, akeanan janeium, thanakit wiriyasathit, tanakul chukorn
area: 1,031m2
project year: 2014
photographs: casaviva, ketsiree wongwan

 

 

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