Thailand architect company all(zone) has created a property by rearranging the designs found in typical standardised housing.
The house is located in a middle class suburb the country’s capital Bangkok.
A pitched roof motif unites the house with the adjoining garage and also appears inside, where it can be seen in the hallway of the upper storey.
Rectangular apertures punctuate the facade and the complex arrangement of internal walls, allowing light and views to permeate throughout the building.
“The superimposing system of walls works together with various positioned openings to slice and light the space of the house into several layers,” said the architects.
Pale render is used on the external and internal walls, while dark wood flooring and details create a contrast inside.