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Residence and Studio, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2007
The house was designed in collaboration with the owners, the house consists of three separate buildings loosely organized around courtyards and an entrance structure. All of the houses are slightly raised from the ground and linked by covered
walkways. Each building houses a different function, living and eating areas in one, sleeping and
washing in another and work or play in a third. Despite these separations the transparencies of each volume reconnect to form a unified spatial network. This is further enhanced by the site's existing vegetation which was left undisturbed. The structure is made of precast concrete columns, beams and deck elements with wood and steel windows. The interior and exterior finishes of the house combine wood, ceramic, terrazzo and exposed concrete.
photos of the house was taken by Jason Schmidt