Pavilion I II Ill IV, a cluster of three pavilions and a tea house situate in a backyard garden of private estate in the suburban residential area of Bangkok. As a part of landscape design for an extended family house, the Pavilions are extensive recreation spaces detached from the main house to keep both privacy and social life for each group of family members. Pavilion I, II, III are used for private gathering and occasional events.
Pavilion IV, a tea house, is secluded and used for private contemplative occasion.
The project was an experimental ground for the office to develop fundamental strategy for the design process, ‘Form Coupling with Material’.