A graceful water fall is located at the entrance gate of the property. Behind it lies the road that leads you to this wonderful dream home designed by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates. The principal property extends from east and west on the left of the driveway entrance. On the opposite side there is a glass home located in the forest which is utilized for guests to the house. The primary residence appears to be composed of a singular white cube and 2 horizontal plates which are 11m wide and 150m extended. A white cube containing a formal living area, a large dining area and a pantry. This structure sits alongside a long deck and 40 m long pool that are each entirely exposed to the sun’s rays and the remarkable landscape that surrounds the home. At the opposite finish of the deck from the white cube structure is a stairwell that leads into the reduced level. Underneath this lengthy deck and pool are the private areas of the residence. The home is positioned on a hill in a forested park in Thailand. The spectacular dream home is constructed primarily from reinforced concrete and currently holds the record for the longest property in the world.
Within the cube a grand stairwell descends to the lower level and divides the open space with 6 m higher ceilings into separate living and dining areas.
The pantry region is situated behind the barrier enclosing the appropriate side of the dining space.
On the decrease level there are 6 bedrooms suites. Every single suite contains a private open program living and dining rooms space and en suite bath room. These rooms have a glass wall and deck to their southern exposure whilst the Northern side seems to be adjacent to an internal corridor. The East finish of the home is encompassed by a glazed spa and fitness center. Even though the Western side hold rooms for the maids quarters and storage purposes. The property has a total of over 1664 sqm floor space.
The all round palette for the house is really neutral with white walls and grey flooring. The furnishings are modern and minimal with a extremely linear look. Stunning glass bookcases add some sparkle to the bedroom locations of the residence and the wood utilised for the decking presents a warming contrast. The bedroom regions have a wall of glass that opens enabling for a vibrant and airy really feel even within these spaces that are below partiality below ground level.
The separate guest home is really similar in styling to the major residence. It is produced from a steel structure with glass walls. It is one story and a total of approximately 148 sqm. I recognize that this house is in an isolated location, but it doesn’t appear as even though there are any coverings for the bedroom or bathroom windows and doors that open into what would seem to be public space. Even if this home was occupied only by family members, it appears as though there would be an concern with lack of privacy.
A video of the home made by soa is also accessible on youtube.
photos from soa - by: Pirak Anurakawachon