Owner : Hachi Brand Architect in Charge : Thawin Harnboonseth Kittichon Phukiatkong / Photsawat Apariman Photo credits : Rungkit Charoenwat This apartment plays with the archetypal house shape on the exterior façade to create a lovely visual to pedestrians. Starting from a wood facade clustered of gable modular seems like a vertical housing. We try to provide a sense of houses instead of rooms. In order to emphasize key-visuals the house shapes be disseminated in all interior space. Whether it be the headboard, arch, door, architectural void, and even room accessories all in a reasonable way to be. The emotional design developed the entire interior based on an analogical idea of ancient eastern people, who organized spaces by dividing each of the activity areas in a sequence. Each area is divided by gable arches that link to the exterior, while the switch between bright and dark areas plays with people’s perception. The corridor wall and staircase are built using black stones and finished with tiny spotlights whose glow draws attention to the walking path. White marble and wooden textures create a warm ambiance that aims to make residents feel comfortable and as if they are in their own home. In this project, the purity element is the order to play. We try to achieve the perfection of all architectural elements. They are all simply looking, but complex installation process for example - glass wall has no frame and edge joint- Tile wall with sharpening grouts - cabinet door with seamless laminated sheet without handle – floating table mounting on the wall has no legs - thin table length 3.80 meters without vertical support.