Villa roof design in the province of Tra Vinh province of overseas Vietnamese people with a distinct Western sound with cool leaves, fruit trees are grown in the campus but there is no lack of modernity in the way. architecture has longed for such a living space.
Designer: MM ++ Architects
Architect: Pham Thi My An, Le Huu Triet, Michael Charruault
Not only one but two identical roof villas are built opposite each other through the outdoor pool and garden.
Rooftop villa located on a spacious land located along the national highway 53 of the female Viet Kieu is the place to rest when returning to her home. With the design of two separate living spaces one for her, one for her parents. Two houses with identical functional space and layout are designed opposite through the outdoor pool and garden.
Local materials are used to reflect the spirit of the local architecture with fresh coconut leaves – characteristic of the West River. Beneath the coconut leaves is the solid concrete. In addition, the window walls or some walls and cabinets standing in the villa are made of bamboo material to create a cool feeling, close to the body. Although using a lot of folk material but the construction unit has designed them meticulously to bring aesthetics to the living space of the home.
The bottom of the coconut leaves is covered with concrete. Leaf roof helps the house always cool, pleasant.
Living space inside the villa roof is designed to ensure that there is always absolute ventilation, many doors open the fresh garden of the family.
Who believes this is the bedroom space inside a large mansion?
The bathroom is tucked behind the door with wooden cabinets store beautiful clothes.
Two roof villas are designed opposite the outdoor swimming pool
This is a modern villa style with excellent facilities connected with the local architecture with the leaves, bamboo, wood for close and friendly, help to connect the members of the family 3 generations. This. Grandparents have a place to enjoy old age with familiar furniture, while their offspring can also experience the modernity through the interior of the villa.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)