Oh the shiny pretty space that is Aluminium House; a modern home fitted with Eco-friendly features, set within the thriving metropolis of Bangkok, Thailand.
Designed by Ayutt and Associates, and intended for a 3-generation family to live within, it stretches out with more than 16,000 sq. ft. of livable space, offering modern elegance and timeless appeal throughout.
Comprised of 5 bedrooms – each with their own bathrooms, this home sets the stage with wood floors, white walls, and thick black framework around the various openings. Simplistic in nature, yet stunning in visual appeal.
With an open concept and so many windows, much of the space can be viewed from one corner of the home or another, with the pool being the centerpiece – fittingly held in the center of these box-style compartments that makes up the house.
In fact, ‘stacked boxes’ was the concept that was the inspiration behind the design, delivering three elements that include: a solid box, a glass box, and an Aluminium box.
The furnishings within the home deliver clean lines and muted tones, while the scenery itself is a compilation of images that fill the space, allowing it to collectively speak design volumes without saying a word.
Architects: Ayutt and Associates
Photography: Soopakorn Srisakul and Ayutt Mahasom