Boonlert Hemvijitraphan, an architect born and educated in Thailand for his first professional degree, Hemvijitraphan went on to study at the Bartlett School, University College London and started his own practice in 1993.
Rabbit Residence嵌套在曼谷一个安静的居民区，由Boon Design精心策划。建筑师Boonlert Hemvijitraphan以其独特的设计和积极的态度而闻名，他为我们提供了城市住宅的另一种解决方案。
Nested in a quiet residential neighborhood of Bangkok, Residence Rabbit is orchestrated by the Boon Design. Known for his unique design and positive attitudes, the architect Boonlert Hemvijitraphan offers us another alternative solution for an urban home.
Being a home for a young couple and their son, three requirements predicated the design of the house. It should be able to grow along with the gradual transformation of lives that occupy it; it must accommodate two generations whose preferences and needs widely differ; and it has to provide close connection to the natural environment despite being located in the heart of a metropolis.
These questions are translated into subtle but creative design solutions, for the architect simply considered such requirements as opportunities rather than problems. The two-storied house occupies the site while leaving enough open space for calming pool, large trees and inviting lawn to be planted.
As the owner is a renowned landscape architect, the relationship between the house and the landscape also becomes crucial. By dividing the house into two interconnected volumes, the architects give the owners the natural environment they much wanted. The landscape becomes at once a protective buffer and a lively backdrop for lives inside the house.
From its exterior, the house is subtly quiet, while the richness begins to show in its interior organization. In other words, the house discloses content through its operation. Factors given in the location, quantities of sunlight are taken into account and translated into the house’s configuration as well as materials.