Baan Moom is a residential project designed by the Integrated Field architectural practice and located in Bangkok, Thailand.
The house hosts a family of five and due to the love they have for nature the functions of the house are stacked on three floors to allow maximum open space on each level. There is a master bedroom with a main bathroom which the parents use, two additional bedrooms and bathrooms for the sons, a living space with the dining area integrated in the same area, a workroom, a kitchen, a Thai kitchen and a lap pool.
The central element in the house is the stairs hall which has a triangular staircase with a triangular skylight on the rooftop to provide natural light through the stairs and light the living space on the first floor as well. There are internal voids in each room to ensure natural ventilation and this makes the rooms visually connected.