2009 | Phra Pradaeng, Thailand.
Factories and quaint houses jostle for dominance of a verdant landscape. This house borrows its exterior pallet from its industrial neighbors: monolithic massing, long parallel roofs, and irregular fenestration. Its roof structure gently alludes to the bridges that dominate the skyline, connecting this district to central Bangkok where the owners work.
The interior is less aggressive, with muted grey walls and white casework offset by wood floors. Thirty-one identical windows are placed to frame specific views in relation to function.