Siem Reap, Cambodia — 2013
The two houses share a large plot, as well as the entrance and parking. A gallery bordered by a screen of slides vertical leads on both sides to the two separate houses by a garden and a small hill planted. Roosendaal house on the right is designed as a traditional house Khmer, with the living room downstairs largely open to the garden and its swimming pool, protected by the volume of the rooms. Circulations are naturally ventilated, each bedroom has a balcony and a panel of fences to give privacy complete with each piece. The house is growing in length, at its end are the terrace and the swimming pool. AT conversely, the living room of the Ceulen house is upstairs, and the rooms open onto a garden along the party wall.