總部設在曼谷的著名建築公司Ayutt and Associates design (AAd)提出瞭一個精選設計方案，通過建造一個INTERLUDE住宅來緩解城市住宅的問題。
Ayutt and Associates design (AAd), a well-known architectural firm based in Bangkok, proposed a selected design plan to alleviate the problem of urban housing by building an INTERLUDE residence. Clients want a home where they can actually live and are often able to host parties of up to 30 guests.
Its main function is to be a livable home, a place separated from a lifestyle in the bustling Bangkok city.
The site is located in a densely built area and can only be reached by a small 4.5-meter-wide road with heavy traffic. The traditional two-story wooden house faces the southwest corner of the site, and a densely planted garden occupies an area near the length of the site.
The main body of the building is placed along the three built-up surfaces of the site, forming a huge garden. The opening points to this central courtyard, the foreground is the swimming pool, the green courtyard is the central stage, and the background is the neighbor’s garden. The green plants in the middle are visually connected to the neighboring landscape, which is an optical technique that expands the scope of the clients space.
When the front of the road is suddenly recessed, a dark cave like a mysterious box greets onlookers, with no hint except for some sprouting leaves. The gate slid open, revealing a densely planted land in front. The ceiling is white, and light penetrates through the transparent windows. On the right is an opening, through the passage, you are led to the light, and a long corridor is waiting for you. This space suddenly exploded into an oasis full of light, gradually disappearing from the darkness.
The shrubs were swaying in the wind, and the surface of the pond was rippling with soft ripples. As the night approaches and the sun sets, the house begins to take on a slightly gentle and charming image. On the back, the walls of the garage are lined with an angular aluminum facade. The wavy-patterned chocolate marble wall echoes the movement of the swimming pool running along the linear corridor, and the living room enters the view through the double-glazed wall.
Behind the tree is a perforated mirrored aluminum panel, arranged at any angle, adding green folds and visually expanding the space of the courtyard. The light from this well illuminates the front door, and guests can enter. On the left is the double-height residential area, with a large mural with a circle and geometric abstraction. Above the cubist sofa, the chandelier complements the mural of the round bulb and the tubular shell. The kitchen surface, island and back wall are lined with clever black and white marbles arranged in diamond patterns accurate to the millimeter.
Because the upper floor is a private living area, the three sides surrounded by adjacent towering blocks must be protected from prying eyes. The windows and openings on the north, east, and west sides are strictly controlled, carefully considered, and precisely placed to introduce light into the space without sacrificing privacy. There are large perforations on both sides facing the central courtyard, and full-height glass doors run through the entire house, providing customers with an unhindered green landscape inside and outside the site.
The cantilevered stairs are carefully crafted so that the stone patterns are aligned. The real fun lies in the relationship between the homeowner and the house. From the transparent window above the stairs, a beam of light travels down the wall and stops at the handrail. This is a natural sundial that changes with the seasons. Thick and thin light indicate hours and minutes.
This house is designed to adapt to the tropical climate. In order to reduce direct sunlight and heavy rain, the glass window layer is recessed to create a continuous balcony. When the door slid open, the outer threshold disappeared. The external façade shutter system provides the outermost skin to dissipate the natural ventilation and cooling elements of the building. Each louver acts as a heat exchanger, directing air through individual aluminum fins, further reducing heat intake.
The couple has no children, so they only need a guest room and a master bedroom. The palette of wood and fabric reflects a relaxed atmosphere of serene behavior. The spatial flow of the master bedroom suite flows naturally from the bedroom to the dressing room to the bathroom, although privacy is maintained by the wardrobe plane and edges. The exhibits left for the owners private appreciation are not as gorgeous as those shared with guests. The bathroom is such a space, decorated with solemn and mature green marble, and the simple interior design shows tranquility and tranquility. The shower wall is made of white marble with black texture, arranged in a pattern of three mountains. The sculptural bathroom is the central part, and the semi-outdoor garden provides the background, with natural light in the dissolved glass wall.
AYUTT MAHASOM Ayutt and Associates design (AAd) 創始人 Ayutt 出生於泰國。
2013年，他成立瞭AAd，即Ayutt and Associates design。