Pictures by Sook Architects via Designboom.
Are you prepared for summer time but? We are! As this kind of, this rustic new-build resort in Thailand, outside the town of Hua Hin, and developed by Sook Architects, looks very enticing. Even though the word “resort” can get in touch with to mind all kinds of architectural madness—groundbreaking, kitschy, or otherwise—this one particular, named Baan Suan Mook, requires a diverse approach: It will take its stylistic cues from vernacular architecture. The owner, Designboom reports, developed the resort to assist protect the pineapple field on which it stands by generating cash flow correct on the land, which he inherited.
The resort comprises a steel-frame, multi-unit framework raised on stilts, a smaller private cabana, and swimming pool. The high, pitched roofs on the 2 this cabin-like unit and the comparatively sprawling major residence help passively ventilate interior spaces and defend occupants from heat and rain.
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