ASWA (Architectural Studio of Work – Aholic) has completed a nonaligned windows house to capture parts of its context in Bangkok, Thailand. ‘Inthamara house’ is located in a high-density of residential areas in the center of Bangkok.
Nonaligned openings on the front of the house are intended to capture the dramatic changes of light and shadow through day and season. These openings also capture parts of its context like a picture frame for its residents and still concern the privacy for them. Because of the limitation of context with the apartment building on its side, then only these openings on the front facade need to have enough to brighten up space.
This fourth story house with the double-height living area on the second floor with nonaligned openings to the street side of the house to allow the natural light in the space and also intend to capture some contexts for its residents. The first floor has a small gym with a service part of the house. The second floor is intended to form a space for living, with the living room, dining room, and kitchen. The master bedroom is located on the third floor that can look to the living area below. Additional two bedrooms are on the fourth floor of this house where can enjoy the view of the area along the corridor.