Τρίτη, 5 Αυγούστου 2014

Serenity House in Puket, Thailand by Classy & Fabulous

 The Serenity House is a three-storey private residence in Phuket.
It is a second home for a small family: husband, wife, two children and two housemaids.
The prime requirement from the owner is a full panoramic view of the sea and the integration of the nature.

 The programme consists of 4 bedrooms with bathroom, living room, dinner room, kitchen, garage for three cars and the infinite swimming pool. The project is perched on the slope of the mountain in Phuket. Since the site is located in a village, there are planning restrictions on the individual design by the local developer. Therefore, the sloping site becomes a point of departure for the concept.
 by Classy & Fabulous


by Classy & Fabulous

by Classy & Fabulous

 by Classy & Fabulous



 by Classy & Fabulous
 According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word 'experience' means an event or occurrence that leaves an impression on someone.
The integration of the nature is therefore a relationship between the notion of experience with the nature and the sequence of abstract spaces and the uses.
In other words, this is a link between landscape and architecture.Undoubtedly, the full panoramic view of the sea is a part of experiences – seeing an event or a scene over the sea. However, another significance of experience to achieve integration of the nature is a 'realness' of material. In such a way, all materials in this house represent the beauty of natural texture.

The visitor arrives at the outdoor entrance court as a big space. After that, he or she will walk through a tremendous wooden door and pass through the small corridor, but then again, walk across the entrance bridge, where the inner narrow court with fountain, waterfall and fishpond is situated, to the living area of the house.This experience in each space of a sequence would somehow be able to leave any impression on his or her.

















by Classy & Fabulous

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