This modern private residence sits within a Bangkok neighborhood which has one prevailing rule: no fences or walls. The homes within the community must be boundless around their perimeters which means each house must be designed in a self-contained way to permit for optimal privacy. Thai-based architecture and design firm, The Department of Architecture took on the free-range house challenge with stunning results of interior verandas within courtyards and hidden gems of outdoor/indoor spaces with each flowing one into the next.
The modern house’s exterior shows a boundless lawn filled with trees and greenery but no fences or walls.
A lounge area within the modern complex is created with an eye towards nature.
An internal sleek, brilliantly lit passageway boasts access to the home’s interior spaces on every side.
This view shows some of the exterior barriers and dividing walls used within the home’s complex created for privacy.
Another internal passageway leads to a room beyond with a small lounge area. It is open to the walkway above.
An interior landing is created with walls of glass to stream light and nature indoors.
Metal slats are used as visual dividers between the interior and exterior and adjacent outdoor living spaces.
An outdoor living room created for dining uses a slatted wall and natural greenery for privacy.
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The main outdoor living space features a dining area, lounge area and conversation area set amongst natural and man made privacy barriers.
The dining area off the main interior living space boasts a beautifully finished wood floors and metal clad exterior.
A small private lounge area is set atop a cedar platform and among tall green hedges for privacy.
Retracting glass walls allow for boundless enjoyment from the home’s interior living spaces to its exterior living spaces.
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