KA House, built by IDIN Architects, sits in the Pak Chong district of Thailand and beautifully integrates the design with the surrounding area by using inclining fences to guide the panorama from the outside to the inside. The two-story vacation home keeps privacy in mind with a solid concrete entrance gradually revealing an inner courtyard, the building and the pool. The house is wrapped by triangular wooden laths creating a diverse degree of openness though different points of view, with light and shadow playing an important role at different times of the day. KA House’s design perfectly allows its guests to enjoy the surroundings without distraction from the outside world for a truly secluded paradise.
Take a look at the design above then head over to Kefalonia to admire Olivier Dwek's House T.