Chumphae four bedroom home with pool

Our clients on this project had a design in mind for their new home in Chumphae, however it needed some adjustments made in order to taylor it to their exact requirements.  

On the ground floor there is an impressive entrance hall, overlooked by the second floor gallery, leading into the large open plan living, dining room and kitchen.  There is a large study, a TV room and rumpus room all leading off to the east of this main space.  To the west there is the cloak room, WC and shower room, a laundry, and butler's pantry. At the rear is a large covered terrace with BBQ area, leading down to decked area around the swimming pool.    Also on the ground floor is the large triple garage.  

A gravity defying cantilever staircase leads from the main living area to the large upstairs gallery with TV area.  To the west is the impressive master suite with large bedroom, dressing room, walk-in wardrobe, and bathroom.  To the east of the gallery is two guest bedrooms, WC, Bathroom and linen closet.  There is also a fourth bedroom at the front of the house.

With this home we have custom designed all of the built in cabinetry for each room so that the house will be ready to move into with a consistent theme and design aesthetic throughout the home.  

Having completed the design of this large luxury 4 bedroom home in Chumphae, we are now into the second phase of construction.  The concrete structure is all complete and we are now working on the block work, rendering and roofing.

Three bedroom home, architectural design complete

We have completed the architectural design for a new project in Ban Phonsa, near Thabo, Nong Khai.   They had a very clear idea of the style that they wanted and had a complete floor plan that they had sourced online from another website.  We then worked with them to develop the layout and style into a home design that better suited their exact requirements.

With the architectural design complete, we will now move on to the engineering phase where we will produce all of the engineering plans and costings for the project.

Construction phase A complete

We are building this two bedroom 300sq.m home in Pang Khon, just outside Sakhon Nakhon.  We are now starting phase B of construction, which is where we will add the roof, brickwork and rendering.   The picture below illustrates a project at the end of Phase A of construction, as detailed on our "Construction Services Overview" page.

Udon Thani - Thai Style Home and Guest House

We completed the design and engineering of this Thai style property in April of 2013.  The design brief was for a home consisting of three buildings connected by a balcony on the second floor.   The main building had a living/dining room on the ground floor, with the master bedroom on the second floor.  The second building housed indoor and outdoor (covered) kitchens on the ground floor with a study and dining terrace on the second floor.  The third building was used as a carport and laundry, with a second en-suite bedroom on the second floor.   These three buildings formed the main residence.  

We also designed a forth, separate, building to be used as a guest house.  This building had an entirely open ground floor to be used as a games/dining area.  On the second floor there were two en-suite bedrooms and a spa room.

The will also be a pool adjacent to the guest house added later, not currently shown in our model.

With this project, we provided our design services, then the client self managed the build.  We also treat the design and engineering phase as separate from construction.   So, if using our design services, you are not obliged to use our construction services.   We were very happy to be able to offer advice and support to our client during construction as and when questions or issues arose.  This construction project is nearing completion now and I hope to be able to add some pictures once complete, with their permission.   Although we have not built it, personally, I always love to hear how our design clients have got on with their construction projects and it is always a pleasure to see in reality, what was once just a 3D computer model.