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CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION 08-15

MHS

ASWA 18-23

HOUSE 41

Wat and Kanit Kuptawatin 24-31

BANGSON HOUSE

HOUSE LT

Stu/D/O Architects 190-197

AK HOUSE

RAIN TREE HOUSE

Subper 106-111

LE JANE Ken Lim Architects (KLAs) 112-117

WITH.IT HOME

Fattstudio 32-39

BodinChapa Architects 118-127

TERRAZZO HOUSE

TARE HOUSE

Ekar 40-47

PSA HOUSE D Kwa Design Studio 48-55

WHITE CANVAS ACA Architects 56-63

N HOUSE Hed Design Studio 64-69

BASIC HOUSE BHX Architects 70-75

THE ROOF HOUSE Looklen Architects 76-83

Junsekino Architect and Design 128-135

BAAN POP Anonym 136-145

V HOUSE Vin Varavarn Architects 146-153

TANN HOUSE AOMO 154-161

Pladib Architect 198-203

FOOTHILL HOUSE SS:AR 204-211

DEEM HOUSE Normal Practice 212-221

362 HOUSE

Junsekino Architect and Design 222-229

CUBIC HOUSE A49HD 230-237

RESIDENCE PANCHASUP DBALP 238-243

FOREST HOUSE

PUNG KLOM HOUSE

Shma 244-251

Studio Miti 162-167

BAAN KLANG SUAN

TEE-OFF HOUSE

ForX Design Studio 252-259

Hypothesis 168-175

3-STORY RESIDENCE

SIRI HOUSE

Design Poiesis 84-91

GLA Design Studio 176-181

BAAN HAPPENING

BINARY WOOD HOUSE

Chanin Limapornvanich 92-97

3/4 HOUSE

Research Studio Panin 98-105

TA-CHA Design 182-189

BAAN SAAN SABAI GA Architect 260-267

DIRECTORY 270-273


INTRODUCTION by Suluck Visavapattamawon


Small Medium Houses 7 is a compilation of 33 remarkable projects, most of which are based on the common principles of simplicity and functionality. All modern houses selected to be featured in this volume contain numerous interesting ideas and solutions as follows:


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Simple and open plan layout - The houses plan is simple and straightforward. The functional spaces are arranged in an uncomplicated order, placing the living area next to the dining space and the kitchen. Moreover, the open plan layout is used to blend all functions of the home together and to support the inclusion of a common area. Connect courtyard to the house visually and physically Apart from allowing cross-ventilation, the inner courtyard equips the house with a sense of seclusion and privacy from neighbors as well as the views into the green space from most of the rooms. Mingle with the surrounding nature - Open-air covered spaces are added to create in-between areas in the forms of terraces, foyers, living areas, swimming pools and playgrounds.


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1 3/4 House - Stu/D/O Architects 2 Baan Pop - Anonym 3 Cubic House - A49HD 4 Bangson House - Fattstudio 5 362 House - Junsekino Architect and Design 6 Baan Saan Sabai - GA Architect 7 House LT - Research Studio Panin 8 Forest House - Shma 9 AK House - Subper 10 Rain Tree House - Pladib Architect 11 MHS - ASWA 12 Residence Panchasup - DBALP

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13 The Roof House - Looklen Architects 14 House 41 - Wat and Kanit Kuptawatin 15 Binary Wood House - TA-CHA Design 16 TANN House - AOMO 17 White Canvas - ACA Architects 18 Siri House - GLA Design Studio 19 With.It Home - BodinChapa Architects 20 PSA House - D Kwa Design Studio 21 Terrazzo House - Ekar 22 V House - Vin Varavarn Architects 23 Tee-off House - Hypothesis


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The use of screens in various patterns and materials Screens bring a unique character to the house that remains warm and not overly modernized. Moveable wooden shutters provide the options of the openness during the day and the secrecy at night. Suitable double-height ceiling - The high ceiling allows a dissipation of heat towards windows and promotes natural low-level cooling for the living space. When combined with the cross ventilation, this floor-to-ceiling height reduces the dependency on air-conditioning and creates a sense of spaciousness. The boundary between the inside and outside is blurred The large glass planes maintain the existence of the boundary while subtly merging the interior and exterior with the materiality in order to embrace the beautiful presence of nature.


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A simple palette of materials - Materials, colors, and textures are carefully selected to match with the design and environment. The brick is particularly popular for generating a sense of warmth and intimacy. Deformed roof - Traditional Thai gable roof is modified into something interesting by deforming and reorganizing its layer according to the required internal volume so that a more dynamic structure can be created.

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All of these have been achieved with the intention that the subtlety and peacefulness are maintained and the complexity needs to be avoided in order to offer a proper residential sense for the occupants.

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24 Baan Klang Suan - ForX Design Studio 25 Deem House - Normal Practice 26 Foothill House - SS:AR 27 3-Story Residence - Design Poiesis 28 N House - Hed Design Studio 29 Tare House - Junsekino Architect and Design 30 Baan Happening - Chanin Limapornvanich 31 Basic House - BHX Architects 32 Pung Klom House - Studio Miti 33 Le Jane - Ken Lim Architects (KLAs)


MHS

01 S-01

by ASWA (Architectural Studio of Work - Aholic) Location Mueang, Mae Hong Son, Thailand Completion 2018 Area 140 sq.m.

Owner Florian Witulski Architect Phuttipan Aswakool and Chotiros Techamongklapiwat Structural Engineer S.P.C. Design System Engineer Forward Design Photography DOF SkyGround


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HOUSE 41

02 M-01

by Wat and Kanit Kuptawatin Location Bang Na, Bangkok, Thailand Completion 2019 Area 350 sq.m.

Owner Wooti Kuptawatin Architect Wat and Kanit Kuptawatin Interior Designer Wat and Kanit Kuptawatin Landscape Architect Wat and Kanit Kuptawatin Structural Engineer Kraisorn Lueangnakphaisan Photography Wat Kuptawatin


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THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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Bedroom Multi-purpose Balcony Prayer Room Garden

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Master Bedroom Bedroom Bridge Balcony

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 01

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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Carport Entrance Foyer Living Dining Kitchen Toilet Storage Laundry Maid's Toilet Garden

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This Bangkok house was designed for a five-member family who used to live in an old wooden house but required a new format of accommodation in order to better suit their current living requirements. The site itself is narrow in width and of a strip shape enclosed between the neighbors’ houses. To optimize the site’s potential, the architects maximized the footprint to the regulation’s limits, creating an inside area that would be as large as possible. Blind walls at both sides of the house were further utilized to provide a sense of privacy from the nearby neighbors.

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THIRD FLOOR PLAN

DIAGRAM

ROOF PLAN


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Double volume living area fill with natural light

NORTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

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BANGSON HOUSE

03 S-02

by Fattstudio

Location Bang Sue, Bangkok, Thailand Completion 2019 Area 160 sq.m.

Architect Wattikon Kosonkit and Pompetch Sakornteerawat Interior Designer Wipada Simthamnimit Structural Engineer Basic Design System Engineer Degree System Photography Ketsiree Wongwan


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WHITE CANVAS

06 M-03

by ACA Architects

Location Bang Phli, Samut Prakan, Thailand Completion 2019 Area 400 sq.m.

Owner Vorot Leena and Wasinee Lieorungrot Architect ACA Architects Interior Designer Kirin Design & Living Photography DOF SkyGround


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SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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Master Bedroom Master Bathroom Walk-in Closet Balcony Living Working Bathroom Prayer Room Walkway

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

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Carport Foyer Shoe Storage Living Pantry Family Room Dining Terrace Courtyard Toilet Storage Kitchen Thai Kitchen Maid's Room Maid's Bathroom Landscape Service Area


Exterior façade combined existing and new building.

This renovation project located in a housing estate in Bang Phli, Bangkok began in response to the clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s need to expand the space to accommodate their newborn child as well as improve the exterior and interior design to suit their new lifestyle. The existing building was constructed from a precast concrete structure with a typical contemporary hip roof style and, by the time the architect met the client, there was already a modern reinforced concrete expansion building situated next to the existing precast one under construction. A challenge posed by the renovation was, therefore, how to combine these two different styles of buildings as the structure of the existing precast building could not be modified due to safety issues. Thus, the architect decided to build a new structure in front to frame the two buildings together with a sleek design language.

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HOUSE LT

12 M-06

by Research Studio Panin Location Wat Phleng, Ratchaburi, Thailand Completion 2019 Area 400 sq.m.

Owner Lisa Thomas Architect Research Studio Panin Interior Designer Research Studio Panin Structural Engineer Yongyot Rotchaya Photography Spaceshift Studio


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WITH.IT HOME

15 M-08

by BodinChapa Architects

Location Lat Phrao, Bangkok, Thailand Completion 2019 Area 450 sq.m.

Owner Siriwat Butsri and Piyawat Bunguna Architect BodinChapa Architects Interior Designer BodinChapa Architects Landscape Architect BodinChapa Architects Structural Engineer Papop Mora Photography Rungkit Charoenwat


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One distinctive feature of the building is a terrace covered by a façade situated in the front of the home that feels very much as if it were floating. The designer further selected a transparent façade material to cover the front porch area on the second floor that originally supported the garage roof. This area was given the new function of housing a balcony area covered with an aesthetic layer of geometric wood.    The translucent façade material changed the overall look of the original building, causing the entire structure to feel more modern while also allowing for the residents to increase the sense of privacy by choosing to open or close the façade itself depending on the desired usage requirements. When all the windows are closed, the material appears transparent and allows for very little movement inside the home to be seen. When opened, the space feels as if it is connected to the outside environment and welcomes the play of light and shadow throughout the day.

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FOOTHILL HOUSE

26 M-15

by Site-Specific: Architecture & Research (SS:AR) Location Hang Dong, Chiang Mai, Thailand Completion 2019 Area 680 sq.m.

Architect Site-Specific: Architecture & Research (SS:AR) Structural and System Engineer At In Design and Construction Photography Usssajaeree Studio


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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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Carport Maid’s Room Main Entrance Kitchen Guest Room Living Toilet Pantry Dining Courtyard Outdoor Terrace Master Bedroom

ROOF PLAN

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

Taking inspiration from the town’s cultural heritage and its contemporary vibes, this house proposes a contemporary use of brick as the main building material. The layout of the house resembles the spatial arrangement of a traditional Thai house where the kitchen and service area, living room, guest bedrooms, and owner’s bedroom are separated into several units, resulting in a group of buildings connected via an outdoor communal area.


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FOREST HOUSE

31 S-13

by Shma

Location Chatuchak, Bangkok, Thailand Completion 2017 Area 300 sq.m.

Owner Prapan Napawongdee Architect Prapan Napawongdee Interior Designer Prapan Napawongdee Landscape Architect Prapan Napawongdee Structural Engineer Chonthit Siwavech Photography Prapan Napawongdee, Jinnawat Borihankijanan and Napon Jaturapuchapornpong


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To make the most of the rectangular 12x24-meter plot of land, the layout of the house was segmented into three sections with two courtyards set in between. In addition to enhancing good wind flow throughout every room of the house, the layout also provides courtyard spaces for planting. On the second floor, a planter was integrated at the front of the house, providing privacy for the bedroom that faces the local street. Another planter was additionally added in the courtyard, connecting the green space to the bedroom. On the third floor, where the roof is, a planter one meter in height doubles as a railing and occupies approximately half of the total area, leaving a flat surface for other functional uses such as a dining table, an urban farm, and a clothes drying area. Overall, trees grow on every floor from the ground up to the roof.

NORTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION


Flat surface on the roof are left for multi-functional use such as dining table, urban farm, and cloth drying area.

DIAGRAM

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DIRECTORY


ACA Architects

BHX Architects

783 Sukhumvit 50, Phra Khanong, Khlong Toei, Bangkok, 10260 Thailand M 66 (08) 0989 6591 anona.architect@gmail.com www.anonc-architect.com

2409/3-4 Fl.1 New Petchaburi Rd, Bangkok, 10310 Thailand T 66 (08) 0777 0777 bhxarchitects@gmail.com www.facebook.com/bhxarchitects

Anonym

9/121 Soi 9, Phahonyothin Road, Phaya Thai, Bangkok, 10140 Thailand M 66 (08) 9666 9697 lninl@hotmail.com

96 Charoenjai (Ekamai 12), Ekamai 12, Vadhana, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand M 66 (08) 6065 2299 anonym@anonymstudio.com www.anonymstudio.com

AOMO (Architecture of My Own) 1976 Phetchaburi Road, Bang Kapi, Huai Khwang, Bangkok, 10310 Thailand T 66 (0) 2716 5145 archofmyown@gmail.com www.aomo.co.th

Architects 49 House Design (A49HD) 81 Sukhumvit 26, Klongton, Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand T 66 (0) 2259 3535 a49hd@a49hd.co.th www.a49hd.co.th

ASWA (Architectural Studio of Work - Aholic) 31/1 Phahonyothin 2, Phahonyothin Road, Samsen Nai, Bangkok, 10400 Thailand M 66 (08) 5900 0747 aswa@aswarchitect.com www.aswarchitect.com

BodinChapa Architects 36/31 Moo 1, Uthai, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, 13210 Thailand M 66 (08) 5561 0910 M 66 (08) 0662 2499 bdcaarchitects@gmail.com www.bodinchapa.com

Chanin Limapornvanich

D Kwa Design Studio 171/11 Moo 4 Somphot Chiang Mai 700 Year Road, Mae Hia, Mueang, Chiang Mai, 50100 Thailand M 66 (08) 9552 4591 deekwado@gmail.com www.dkwaarchitecs.com

Design Poiesis 20/51 Moo 5 Phet Kasem Road, Bang Duan, Phasi Charoen, Bangkok, 10160 Thailand M 66 (08) 1255 0094 wtessalee@hotmail.com

Duangrit Bunnag Architect (DBALP) 41/1 Charoen Krung Road, Khlong San, Bangkok, 10120 Thailand T 66 (0) 2861 0960 office@dbalp.com www.dbalp.com

Ekar 1104/49 Village Noble Cube, Phatthanakan Road, Suan Luang, Suan Luang, Bangkok, 10250 Thailand T 66 (06) 2959 9545 ekar.email@gmail.com www.ekar-architects.com 270 - 271


Fattstudio

Junsekino Architect and Design

226 Soi Songsaard, Vibhavadi Road, Chom Phon, Chatuchak, Bangkok, 10900 Thailand T 66 (0) 2690 0410 fattstudio@gmail.com www.fattstudio.com

189 Soi Rama IX 41, Seri 9 Road, Suan Luang, Bangkok, 10250 Thailand T 66 (0) 2314 2228 designsekino@gmail.com www.junsekino.com

ForX Design Studio

Ken Lim Architects (KLAs)

69 Phahonyothin 7, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok, 10120 Thailand M 66 (08) 7006 4434 forxdesignstudio@gmail.com atta.forx@gmail.com www.forxdesignstudio.com

15, Second Floor., Sukhumvit 65, Khlong Tan Nuea, Vadhana, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand M 66 (08) 6969 3969 kenlimarchitects@gmail.com www.facebook.com/kenlimarchitects

GA Architect

Looklen Architects

3/24 Phahonyothin 30, Phahonyothin Road, Lat Yao, Chatuchak, Bangkok, 10900 Thailand T 66 (0) 2941 9559 ga.architect324@gmail.com

GLA Design Studio 1/57 Somdet Phra Pinklao Road, Bang Yi Khan, Bang Phlat, Bangkok, 10700 Thailand M 66 (08) 9922 3424 info@gla.design www.gla.design

Hed Design Studio 64/8 Jamnuson 2 Jamnuson Road, Mueang, Udon Thani, 41000 Thailand M 66 (08) 9499 0140 hedstudio.ud@gmail.com

Hypothesis 108/1 Ari, Sukhumvit 26, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand M 66 (08) 0727 8292 office@hypothesis.co.th www.hypothesis.co.th

48 Sathupradit 57, Sathupradit Road, Bang Phong Phang, Yan Nawa, Bangkok, 10120 Thailand M 66 (09) 9900 64966 contact.looklen@gmail.com www.looklen.squarespace.com

Normal Practice 252/241 Ratchadaphisek Road, Lat Yao, Chatuchak, Bangkok,10900 Thailand M 66 (09) 1789 5693 info.normalpractice@gmail.com www.facebook.com/Normalpractice

Pladib Architect 19/16 Pha Pai, San Sai, Chiang Mai, 50210 Thailand M 66 (09) 5234 5007 pladibgroup@gmail.com www.facebook.com/pladibhouse


Research Studio Panin

Subper

4 Phahonyothin 63, Phahonyothin, Anusawari, Bang Khen, Bangkok, 10220 Thailand M 66 (08) 9140 1019 researchstudiopanin@gmail.com www.researchstudiopanin.com

36 Sai Asia Road, Khohong, Hat Yai, Songkhla, 90110 Thailand T 66 (074) 501 549 M 66 (08) 1598 9793 subper.super@gmail.com

Shma 93/2 Sukhumvit Road, Ekkamai 3, Khlong Tan Nuea, Vadhana, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand T 66 (0) 2390 1977Â pr@shmadesigns.com www.shmadesigns.com

Site-Specific: Architecture & Research (SS:AR) 57 Rammitri, Rama IV Road, Pom Prap, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Bangkok, 10100 Thailand T 66 (0) 2623 3798 hello@sitespecific.co.th www.sitespecific.co.th

Stu/D/O Architects 23/34-35 Floor 5 Unit 5B Trimitr Road, Talat Noi, Samphanthawong, Bangkok, 10100 Thailand T 66 (0) 26391642 admin@stu-d-o.com www.stu-d-o.com

TA-CHA Design 6 Soi Jarunsanitwong 57/1, Jarunsanitwong Road, Bang Yi Khan, Bang Phlat, Bangkok, 10700 Thailand M 66 (08) 9669 6009 tacharch_studio@outlook.com www.facebook.com/tachastudio

Vin Varavarn Architects 42/1 Soi Tonson, Pleonchit Road, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, 10330 Thailand T 66 (0) 2650 9558 info@vva.co.th www.facebook.com/vinvaravarnarchitectslimited

Wat and Kanit Kuptawatin 441 Soi Udomsuk, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260 Thailand M 66 (08) 6766 0536 wat.kuptawatin@gmail.com

Studio Miti 2 Soi Sangkomsongkhro 6 Yak 2, Lat Phrao, Lat Phrao, Bangkok, 10230 Thailand M 66 (08) 7506 7441 mitistudio@gmail.com www.studiomiti.com

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