K. Por House by Sute Architect in Tambon Yang Yo Phap, Thailand

Project: K. Por House
Architects: Sute Architect
Tambon Yang Yo Phap, Thailand
Area: 5,704 sf
Photographs by:
Issira Tonehongsa

K. Por House by Sute Architect

The K. Por House is a stunning modern dwelling designed by Sute Architect. With over 5,700 square feet of living spaces, there’s a lot this house has to offer, including a wonderful outdoor deck with a swimming pool and impeccable landscape design.

Ms. Por’s house is the steel structure modern style house. It located in the middle of the field, that is the first figure when the designer realized the task to design  Ms. Por’s house. This house has 3 bedrooms, a family home in a big rice mill surrounded by fields that can provide 360 ​​degree views and steel structure to save construction time and labor saving in construction.

In design, start with the proposition in order for the house that the wind can blow through the house, the house is laid out as a U shape so that it can get the wind and it can create a chill wind in the front of the house, be able to sit all day. The building is located to be the living room in the front of the house. The back of the house is where the family can have a back porch to sit and enjoy with the rice field in the evening, using the building to shade in the backyard, giving the building to be a relaxing space and getting the wind both front and back side of the house by placing the hallway open. The inside of the house be able to open for getting the wind all day.

Even this house is built in a modern style, but it makes the modern home with the fields look good and contemporary with a present time.

Sute Architect


Tags: contemporary, exterior, interior, K. Por House, modern, Sute Architect, Tambon Yang Yo Phap, thailand

Author: Fidan Jovanov

Fidan Jovanov

A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.


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