The Aperture House in Bangkok, Thailand is a four-storied home that embraces the natural world within its open structure.

Completed in 2016 by Stu/D/O Architects, the Aperture House was built for a photographer and a landscape designer. Through its concrete facade with numerous square-shaped openings, the house masterfully captures the turnings of time through the interplay of lights and shadows. Furthermore, the architectural concept allows the natural surroundings to seep into its enclosure in order to create a pleasant atmosphere. For additional information, just visit the Stu/D/O Architects website. Full credits can be found at the end of the article.

Aperture House in Bangkok, Thailand by Stu/D/O Architects.
The Aperture House in Bangkok, Thailand by Stu/D/O Architects.
A house for a photographer and a landscape designer.
A house for a photographer and a landscape designer.
Conscientiously carved out architecture.
A conscientiously carved out architecture.
4 story structure.
A 4 storey structure.
Open construction of rectangular shapes.
The architectural concept is based on an open construction of rectangular shapes.
Allowing the natural landscape to seep into its continuous enclosure.
Allowing the natural landscape to seep into its continuous enclosure.
A look inside.
Let’s take a look inside the house.
Living area.
The living area is filled with natural light.
Concrete facade with square-shaped openings.
A concrete facade with square-shaped openings.

All images © by Stu/D/O Architects.

Stu/D/O Project Team:
Apichart Srirojanapinyo
Chanasit Cholasuek
Picsacha Na Songkhla
Patompong Songpracha

Landscape Architect: Chaichoompol Vathakanon
Structural Engineer: Panit Supasiriluk
Mechanical Engineer: Panit Supasiriluk
Contractor: Pornchai Pornpichitchokchai

Visualizer: Stu/D/O, DOF
Photography: Ketsiree Wongwan, Chaichoompol Vathakanon

Awards: 2016 ASA Gold Medal Award

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