In the heart of Muang Narathiwat, Thailand, stands the Nara House, a residential project conceived by Nirostina Nisani. Unfolding over a mere 360 square meters, the Nara House pushes the…Continue reading
The architecture of Thailand is a unique blend of indigenous styles influenced by various cultural exchanges over the centuries, notably with India, Cambodia, and China. Traditional Thai architecture is characterized by elaborately decorated temples, featuring multi-tiered roofs, intricate carvings, and vibrant colors. Elements like the pointed arches, ornamental finials, and gilded details showcase the country’s spiritual and historical heritage. Vernacular Thai houses, often elevated on stilts, demonstrate a pragmatic approach to tropical climate considerations. Over time, the architecture has evolved to incorporate Western influences, but it continues to maintain its deep-rooted traditional aesthetics and principles.
Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank is a project designed by SECONDFLOOR Architects located in Pak Chong, one of Thailand’s most visited weekend destinations. This blossoming vacation town is occupied mainly by…Continue reading