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A Contemporary 3-Storey Townhome in Bangkok, Thailand

By • May 18, 2017

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This housing development, consisting of a 3-storey townhome, was designed and constructed by baan puripuri in 2017. Located in Bangkok, Thailand, the home covers an area of 220 square meters.

The landscaping on the outside, lush but tamed, shyly seeps into the interior through the clear glass walls that make up the back side of the house. We’ll find a sort of wooden box with benches and cushions on its sides encrusted into the garden floor – the perfect place to spend quality time with friends and family while enjoying a bit of nature in an urban setting.

Townhouse with Private Garden 01 A Contemporary 3 Storey Townhome in Bangkok, Thailand
Exterior view
Townhouse with Private Garden 02 A Contemporary 3 Storey Townhome in Bangkok, Thailand
Exterior view of concrete
Terrace seen from above
Terrace with wooden floors and access to the house
Terrace with cushions

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Terrace with wooden floors and access to the house/Interior view from the terrace

The contemporary interior has high ceilings and furnishings that consist of a neutral palette as a background with small and well-selected pops of color to add vibrancy and character to the rooms. Rich wooden surfaces pervade the home, from the kitchen cabinets and furnishings, to the stair steps, to the Master Bedroom and walk-in closet. Scarce accessories adorn the bedroom, allowing instead for the flood of natural light and invitingly soft-looking white bed at its center to create an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.

Living room decorated with rage of gray colors and pastel tones
Living room decorated with rage of gray colors and pastel tones
Kitchen and dining room in light wood
Stairs in wood and black metal
Bedroom with wooden floors
Walk-in closet

The bathroom has elegant marble countertops and hidden light fixtures, which create a sense of elegance that add to the luxuriousness of the experience.

Bathroom in ground tones
Nocturnal View

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