full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand
 

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand

on a site in hangdong, thailand, surrounded by lush paddy fields and impressive mountain views, full scale studio has designed a residence for three families. created for the parents, the son, and the daughter respectively, ‘jongluck villa 168’ focuses on establishing an effective relationship between the family members while also forging a balance with the new architectural intervention and the natural landscape. 

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all images © beer singnoi

 

 

the house covers three storys and a total floor area of 21,527.82 ft2 (2,000 m2). the volume of the house is designed by full scale studio around a central courtyard space, which puts nature at the heart of the home and also affords better natural light, ventilation and visibility through the architecture. a concrete staircase wraps itself around this courtyard. built with a small gradient, this element slowly leads residents from the ground floor to the rooftop, allowing them to enjoy looking out over the white meranti tree as they ascend. 

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the program of the house is divided into three main spaces, indoor, outdoor and semi-outdoor. the ground floor accommodates a common area, living area, service area, car parking and swimming pool, and is defined by semi-outdoor space. the second floor contains the indoor, private living units for each family. the parents’ master bedroom is situated on the north side of the house, while the bedrooms of the son’s family are in the south, which is also the front side of the house. to the east is space for the daughter’s family and a guest bedroom can be found in the west.

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the third floor is designed to be a roof garden for the families to relax together. on this level, there are also some areas for service units. the structure of the house uses reinforced concrete with long-span beams, allowing unobstructed expanses and panoramic views out onto the landscape. stucco renders the building, which is offset by elements of marble, granite and timber, to create a rich material palette and bring warmth thanks to the dark, red-toned wood. 

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

full scale studio builds 'jongluck villa 168' to connect three families in thailand designboom

 

 

project info:

 

project name: jongluck villa 168

location: canal road, hangdong, chiang mai, thailand

architecture firm: full scale studio

lead architect: attasit kongmongkol

design team: krittanon chuachumsang, surasak jitaied, sopida chitchumnong, sujinda tuikheiw

structural engineer: pilawan piliyapokai

area: 21,527.82 ft2 (2,000 m2)

year: 2019

construction management: s_lap

main contractor: 2KM construction

photography: beer singnoi

 

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edited by: lynne myers | designboom

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