This secondary residence in Khao Yai is inspired by traditional Thai compound houses. It offers five “pavilions” for living areas, master quarters, children, guests and services. The pavilions are connected with corridors, secondary living spaces and terraces.
The house is on two floors and follows the natural slope of the land. From street level, only one floor is visible, and the house looks discreet in its environment. One accesses it from the top floor, and only upon entrance is the size and vantage position revealed.
Khun Amrung Sappasitwongs
Kao Yai, Thailand
Completed in 2017