Located in District 2 (Ho Chi Minh City) in the neighborhood of the rich, this beautiful villa is still able to charm anyone thanks to the modern architecture and solution floor structure “hanging” nicely.
Design: Nha Dan Architects
Area: 400 m2
Location: District 2, HCMC
The clear design of the beautiful villa in District 2 when viewed from the outside.
Located in a new residential area, this villa faces the risk of flooding due to the inadequate drainage system. Therefore, the homeowner has asked architect Dan Architects to focus on finding solutions to the problem of water drainage of the house.
Structured floor solution “hanging” is given. This is the key solution when building stilt houses or houses on the water. From here, the finishing level of the villa is raised higher. Of course, this height is guaranteed to not exceed the height limit allowed.
By 4 pilotis, solution floor structure “hanging” of the beautiful villa District 2 thoroughly handle the flooding due to drainage system many defects. It’s also thanks to this solution that an outdoor multi-function space is formed beneath the floor.
Green spots are found in every corner of the villa. When night falls under the light these green patches shine on the wall, ceiling effect beautifully.
It allows the sun to shine inside the house and ensure air circulation.
Thanks to the solution of suspended floor structure with 4 pilotis columns, a multifunctional space opens below the floor. This place becomes a living space and a place for entertainment activities of the whole family. When the party organizers or crowds gather, this area incorporates the first floor lobby, which creates ample space for partying and gatherings.
Round steel columns are used to minimize heat to the attic. Because they create the necessary buffers. Therefore, the attic is not hot despite receiving large amounts of heat. The flower basin is also emphasized to bring the blue to this space.
The entire floor of this beautiful villa are designed to use the stairs timber empty level.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)
See all photos here: