Brutalist Concrete & Wood Home Design (With Floor Plans)

This imposing 1,545 square metre property is Casa de Alisa in Nonthaburi, Thailand, completed by Stu/D/O Architects. The project is composed of brutalist style raw concrete architecture with smooth wooden elements held within its frame. The long linear two-story structure solidly splits the horizon between blue skies above and grassed grounds below. A swimming pool glimmers within the concrete boundaries, as if a piece of clear sky has purzeln to earth. Expansive glazing splits open the face of the grey cuboid to unveil life within the home’s semi-public first floor, where we see living spaces evolve openly and simply within exposed structural concrete walls.

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