A CONTEMPORARY VILLA WITH A GREEN SOUL
Across the Thailand’s Capital City “Bangkok”, where a British Economist and Building Construction expert have moved since 1990 from Africa – the continent he stayed for over 20 years.
A Modern Japanese cubic design glass villa is his destination home, which allows all the natural lights come through inside and it colors the white finishing material including the furniture charmingly through day out. The sun shines through palm leaves in the lovely lush green garden keeps the optimum light and temperature in the house calm. A North-facing building and crystal clear windows placed in the proper of windward, gives him the gently breeze. The boutique ceiling fan and windows along the stairs balances the perfect ventilation all day long. Thanks to the Cavity Wall, which show the high performance saving the villa cool and prevent the heat stream from outsides.
He selects the eco-friendly technology – the solar energy warms the water, UV filter leaches out the filth from portable water and the LED lights to save energy.
The owners adores traveling around the world and loves collecting ancient furniture from the local antiquarian, filling the house of memories of their journeys along Asia.
The wooden smart switches “Vitrum“ by VDA blends the feel of outdoor nature and the high-end technology divisibly. The dark brown color of natural wood of the switches gives his home feel more warm and modern.
On the coffee table in the large living room, guests can find the traveling books with the collection of the pictures and the stories of the many voyages the owner did around the world.
An original way to drink a cup of coffee, between a chat and the other, dream and discover the five continents through the eyes of a curious and a knowledgeable traveler with a bohemian and adventurous spirit. The fragrant smell of the coffee from guest’s cups and the sound of the people talking, laughing in the cozy main living hall, made this house filled with happiness.