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The different floor plan design, compare between Thai and Japanese. The differences between Thai and Japanese House Layout
Architecture in each country is different. It is depend on various factors such as lifestyle, social, culture, economy and so on. Compare to other countries in Asia, Japanese house is the one which have unique characteristic. In this essay, I will explain what difference between Japanese and Thai house plan
The architecture in each country is different. It depends on various factors, such as the lifestyle, people, culture, economy, etc. of a country. Compared to houses in other Asian countries, the typical Japanese house has unique characteristics. I will make a comparison here between the typical Japanese house and the typical Thai house.
1. Sharing space: corridor/ living area / kitchen
- For this area, in Japanese house, after you take you shoe off, you will find a step to go up to corridor, but in Thai, we don't have any step. We separate between foyer and corridor only by material, no step.
- Then, from corridor if you want to go to living room, you need to open a door first, while Thai floor plan, the corridor is linked to living room, no door. Air and lighting can flow from living area to corridor. Maybe because of cold weather, so Japanese house must have the door in order to separate each area. As a result, corridor in this plan, lack of natural light.
1. Common Areas: Foyer, corridor, living area and kitchen **
In the typical Japanese house, after removing your shoes at the foyer, you go up a step into the corridor. There is no step in the Thai house. The transition from the foyer to the corridor is marked by a change of materials.
In the Japanese house, you go through a door from the corridor to the living room whereas there is no door in the Thai house. The door is required to separate the corridor from the living area for keeping warm, due to the cold climate in Japan. But this also cuts off the natural lighting to the living area.
**Note: The name and order of the spaces as your enter the house is not clear. The corridor outside the house is called the verandah. The foyer/hall should be inside the house. When you say 'foyer', do you mean the entrance porch? What about the main door?
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