From a beautiful classic villa up to 70 years old, the architects of KIENTRUC O have transformed it into a modern living space with impressive spaces.
Designer: KIENTRUC O
Architect: Dam Vu
Design team: An-ni Le, Dan Ho, Tai Nguyen, Duy Tang, Nhung Ho
Floor area: 775 m2
This is a colonial-style architecture, with the number of years up to 70 with the old structure representing the unforgettable traces of the past. It is clear that the renovation of this beautiful classic villa is not easy when it has to keep the classic and modern clothes for this design. The brick walls, red tile roofs are the hallmark of colonial-style buildings. This beautiful villa also owns a separate steel structure in the back of the house since the villa was extended 20 years ago.
Space gaps fill the design of this beautiful villa.
All that architects do to make the new coat more modern for the home is to create spaces that are both indistinguishable from the outside and from the interior, while preserving the structure. old architecture of the building. The space eclip makes the space inside the villa as beautiful as separated from the noisy, noisy outside. As a result, the villa retains the same lifestyle as the old but in a new look.
Natural light easily illuminates the interior space of the villa thanks to the glass walls .
There is no lack of green trees for the beautiful villa is full of life.
The spacious easily recognizable even at any of the functional areas of this beautiful villa this
Even the space inside the villa is also attentive green to create the necessary freshness. Not too much furniture to ensure absolute ventilation. View from this area can cover the villa with lots of greenery.
Grid-shaped grids with a circular design that allows trees to grow are one of the most indispensable highlights of this 70-year-old beautiful mansion .
Any area in the villa also provides a pleasant, airy design thanks to the emphasis on light, natural wind to enter the house as much as possible through the system of bricks many open spaces small trees growing everywhere.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)