It is not only a resort with spa, swimming pool … beautiful 3-storey villa in Thao Dien district, District 2 of this newly married couple who make a lot of pampering too.
This beautiful 3-storey villa is a miniature resort owned by a young married couple. On the area of 1400 m2, the villa is reserved 400 m2 and the remaining 1000 m2 is used for garden landscaping.
Design: MIA Design Studio
Architect: Nguyen Hoang Manh
Land area: 1400 m2
Construction area: 400 m2
Location: Thao Dien, District 2, HCMC
Because it is built according to the model of resort, the 3-storey villa has full functional areas to meet the requirements of the owner. From the spa, gym, outdoor pool … to the technical areas, relaxation area, … Besides there are still functional space indispensable in any housing projects any. Such as living room, kitchen-dining room, bedroom, WC.
Beautiful 3-storey villa is just behind the edge of the ocean as luxury resorts.
An outdoor pool with extensive garden grounds is the first impression of this beautiful villa.
Common living space
Living room, kitchen-dining is designed adjacent in the same ground floor space. The area is abundant, so the architects can easily arrange more functional areas. Soft neutral colors are used for most furniture.
Common living space is also an artistic enjoyment with the piano placed in a solemn position.
Sky height of 48 m2
To meet the requirements of living space with interference with nature the architects have designed the sky well. Through this, lighting and ventilation issues are resolved.
Large shade and vertical lamination
Three-storeyed villa facing the harsh welcome to sunny afternoon. The design of MIA Design Studio decides the design of the large dinghy and the vertical lamella. While the large couch is effective in reducing the heat of the sun. The longitudinal lamination helps a lot in bringing the shading effect to a cool house.
Floating on the water is what makes this villa look more like a resort.
Three-storey villa shimmering down the night with the light bulbs are arranged on the fence and tree trunks in the garden.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)