SOOK Architects completed a project in Bangkok called O-ART-IM House. The three level white structure comes with a stacked asymmetric exterior full of glass inclusions and a minimal front yard.
A low fence, surrounding the house, provides no privacy for the residents that don’t seem to mind the ample display of the minimalist interiors.
Modern house in Bangkok Asymmetric structure makes it stand out from others pitched roof houses
Traditionally pitched roof provides sun awning for the two balconies that the house boasts. The rest of it, though, is as modern as it can get.
Open plan keeps the rooms light. Two levels of the house feature smaller more traditional windows at the sides.
Decor is virtually non-existent, but there is everything one needs for comfortable modern living like a generously-spaced chef’s kitchen, bedrooms, and work/study area.
Although the house has modest views, it towers high enough to see far, and overlook more things.
Modern House in Bangkok Towers Over Traditional Neighbourhood A green strip of planters enhances the manicured front lawn Plenty of glass renders its white exterior all the more attractive Open plan and glazed walls make the interior bright Staircase has a storage wall to the left Smaller windows amplify daylight exposure from the side An entire front wall opens up to the neighborhood An entire interior is white A double desk is perfect for working and studying Living area is minimal A small balcony overlooks the neighbourhood Chef’s kitchen has a retractable wall Stainless steel outfits an entire kitchen A massive kitchen island allows plenty of working space A sliding aged wooden door gives privacy to sleeping quarters The house really stands out in the neighborhood of more traditional structures Three-level home towers over its neighbors Glass makes for little privacy At the evening the house lights up with warm yellowish glow The entry goes around the staircase The front yard is a blank canvas for lounging, home picnic, or anything, really