archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
 
archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
nov 11, 2016

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok

 

located in a quiet village at the outskirts of bangkok, the tiwanon house is a charming residency developed by archimontage design fields sophisticated. the project was built within a well-rounded communal setting which includes a playing yard for children, sports centre, marsh, tree-lined landscape and a wide quiet road right at the entrance.

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
all images © beer singnoi

 

 

archimontage design fields sophisticated has created maximum privacy within the tiwanon house by providing fairly long pathways that lead to any interior/exterior space. the ground floor of the house is divided into general spaces — including a living room, heigh-ceiling dining area, working office and bedroom. on the second floor, the master bedroom and two smaller ones can be found;  individual wings are provided for each room, therefore creating longer walking distances and maximizing privacy.

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second floor facade: thin sun-screen panels

 

 

the outdoor section is characterized by a private courtyard where the residents can accommodate forty to fifty  guests for dinners or other celebratory events. a bridge-way patio and pond elegantly complement the garden area. furthermore, a gate room and storage space — where home equipment can be kept — are designed with separate entrances to clearly distinguish indoor and outdoor units of the tiwanon house.

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
large glass windows offer an open view towards the garden

 

 

another characteristic feature of the residential project is the thin and warm colored sun-screen panels that cover the entire facade of the second floor, offering a beautiful mix between traditional and contemporary architectural styles. 

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
overview of  the bridge-way

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
outdoor pond and patio

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
panel light of the balcony, from the private courtyard.

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
the outdoor patio lit during evening time

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
main continuous bridge-way circulation,  over the pond

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
side view of the tiwanon house

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
detail: vinyl-wood sunscreen panels

archimontage reveals the tiwanon house, a hedonistic haven in bangkok
view from the  entrance of living room– overlooking the pond.

 

 

project info:

 

architect: archimontage design fields sophisticated

interior design: archimontage design fields sophisticated

landscape design: archimontage design fields sophisticated

location: nonthaburi, thailand

architects in charge: cherngchai riawruangsangkul, akeanan janeium, suphot klinaphai,
thanakit wiriyasathit, tanakul chukorn
area: 972 sq.m.
project year: 2015

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: lea zeitoun | designboom

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