At first glance, this 3-storey mansion is just like the stacked boxes are skillfully stacked. Along with the presence of green trees, the villa is secluded but still very airy and full of vitality.
Designer: MM + Architects
Architect: Pham Thi My An, Michael Charruault and associates Tran Duc Huy, Regis Robin.
With the land of 225 m2, the family of two young couples living in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City want to have a living space that is confidential but still open and filled with green.
The design solution offered is a three-storey villa with three blocks stacked. In it, the uniqueness of the architecture is to mention that the first floor back in a distance from the second floor to create the highlight of the white cubes. And on the third floor, it was back to the second floor to reveal a garden on the high looking eye.
In the midst of a 225 sq. M plot of land, it is a beautiful villa with multi-faceted windows so that members can easily see the villas at more angles while standing in the interior. Trees are planted around to create cool landscaping for the home.
The east side of the first floor is fully glass-enclosed, while the south and north face only use part of the glass doors for ventilation.
Common living space is located on the first floor of this 3 storey villa, including living room, kitchen-dining room with large dining table and adjacent kitchen.
Extremely spacious living room with glass wall surround for garden view. Living room furniture scored by the minimalist but still exquisite elegance. A large sofa can accommodate up to 10 people.
The second floor of this 3-storey villa is a private space with 2 large bedrooms and hall. The difference between the first and second floor design is that it is twice as thick as the concrete wall to minimize heat, which limits the amount of electricity used in hot days.
Built-in bed storage shelf in the baby bedroom with fresh green color.
The spiral staircase connects the second and third floor space of the house with charming charms.
Sloping roof tile on the 3rd floor is used to keep the interior space cool, comfortable. The outdoor patio is arranged with seats to look at green plants with eyes growing thick ken in front. The third floor has a common living room and bedroom.
The WC has many windows to help ventilate, ventilate.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)