|Charaspat Krairiksh and Kamontip Snidvongs
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Three of the four Krairiksh Family Residences were built between 1905 and 1933 on pieces of land which King Chulalongkorn bestowed on Chao Chom Manda (Royal Consort) Chum and her two younger brothers, Phraya Burut Ratana Rajphallop (Nop) and Phraya Prasert Subhakich (Perm). Phraya Burut's house was completed in 1905 and Phraya Prasert's house in 1913. Chao Chom Manda Chum’s land passed to H.R.H. Princess Adorn Dibyanibha, the surviving daughter of King Chulalongkorn and Chao Chom Manda Chum. The Princess later commissioned “Thipya Villa”, completed in 1933. [Read More]
The fourth Krairiksh house belonged to Chao Phraya Mahidhorn (La-or Krairiksh). In 1905 he bought the land opposite that of Phraya Burut Ratana Rajphallop, his cousin and close friend; his house was completed in 1924.
All the four Krairiksh Family Residences hold historical and cultural value in the Ratanakosin period. They serve as indicators to the changing lifestyle and tastes of Thai nobility during the period of absolute monarchy, shown through transformations in art and architecture. Indeed, when the Ratanakosin period reached its bicentennial anniversary in 1982 the Committee for Bicentennial Celebration recognised the benefit of conserving the Krairiksh houses, and regarded them as buildings of importance in the Ratanakosin period
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