This beautiful house located in South Thang Long, Hanoi is a typical trend for living in the built-up models of new urban areas in our country.
Two detached houses linked together cleverly to become a unified block that works nice house left many impressed by Landmak Architecture design should in the South Thang Long, Hanoi.
Design by: Landmak Architecture Presenter
: Ta Tien Vinh, Truong Tuan Chung
Associate Architect: Nguyen Thu Phuong, Vu Nam Son, Do Tho Ha, Nguyen Hoang Hai, Le Minh Hoang, Bui Huy Toan
Location: Nam Thang Long, Hanoi
Initially these were two separate housing projects, the architects of Landmak Architecture, upon receiving a request for renovation from the client, immediately planned to dismantle the fence separating the two old houses, in parallel. It is to find solutions to connect the space of two beautiful twin houses together.
In order to link the two old houses together, the architects designed the additional open porch at the same time connecting the two buildings with steel structure, glass. The gardens of the two old houses are also connected by architects to create beautiful garden space for the whole family.
The purpose of this beautiful house in addition to the function of a residential architecture, there are also items that turn it into a resort down to the dream that many people dream.
The garden is paved to each stone paved walkway or green lawn mats and plants to bring green plaque into the beautiful home more.
Structural steel and transparent glass link the second floor of two dwellings together.
Called miniature resort by luxury facilities such as swimming pool, golf course are on site this beautiful house.
The family’s golf course can be easily seen indoors.
Brick pattern is interesting point of this beautiful interior design . At any corner from the staircase to the kitchen, the bathrooms are easy to see.
Modern kitchen space , comfortable. White tones help the kitchen bright. Yellow tiles highlight the kitchen to add to the eye.
Next to the stairs , this house also has an elevator system to facilitate the move.
(Photo: Le Anh Duc)