The beautiful villa owned by a couple of young couples living in residential district 7 is typical for architectural style half villas, half urban or also called urban villa terms.
Designer: MM ++ Architects
Location: District 7, HCMC
Fence brick and wooden fence gate bring closeness to this beautiful villa from the outside.
This beautiful villa is owned by a couple and 2 small children. With the architectural style of urban villas (architectural style focused on open space, with city view), this villa in District 7 is a dream living space with anyone. .
The building uses mostly sensual, rustic materials. Main color is brown, neutral gray.
In addition to the color gamut on the addition of the green color of the trees around the mansion. Not only are they planted around the house, but also bring decorative bonsai into functional areas.
Common living space includes living room, kitchen-dining is adjacent. The tree is designed as the boundary between the two functional areas. The most impressive is the square wooden sink with the book storage compartment. Thanks to the wells of the sky, natural light flooded the public area. The sky is capable of opening and closing. Roof helps to adjust the amount of sunlight as well as help to ventilate the house.
Luxurious living room with warm brown leather sofa, wooden tea table. The reception area uses brick flooring.
Long wooden furniture serves meals of the family.
Glass railing on the second floor of the villa beautiful view brings modern, modern. Glass materials help visually throughout the space below the floor.
Private spaces inside this beautiful villa are available using glass walls. As a result, light is always filled. Not to mention the glass wall also gives vision is not restricted.
The bedrooms are designed in minimalist colors with neutral colors combined with the brown color of furniture. Diameter gives great view. Room owners can easily spot the flow of time through the light that shines in the room each moment.
Another bedroom of another beautiful villa.
This house uses mostly wooden furniture. Bathrooms are no exception. The design of this natural bathing area is a plus. Wood material brings the rustic, relaxing wonderful.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)
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