At a new urban area in Hanoi on a 120 m2 plot of land, this beautiful 3-story villa was once an abandoned building but now becomes a living space with a dreamlike green design. how many people.
This is the Mein Garten Showroom design, by transforming an abandoned urban mansion in the Trung Hoa urban area into a green office. It is difficult to believe that before this beautiful three-story villa was an abandoned building with noisy building materials, no vitality. After a short time of renovation, the project is becoming a beautiful villa with nature as a highlight. With green design, this beautiful 3-storey villa becomes the living space that everyone must desire especially in the context of urban lack of landscape as present.
Design: Studio 102
Architect: Vương Đạo Hoàng
The tree and green vines are covered in front of the beautiful 3 storey mansion brings living space close to nature as the wishes of the owner. A peaceful living space right from the design of the facade of this beautiful villa. In addition, white lacquer is applied to the facade to ensure the privacy of the house as well as play the role of trusses for vines where there are places to cling and grow.
From the unfinished works to the brick wall
Now, the project “peeling” into a beautiful three-story villa that anyone wished to own.
The villa’s white mansions serve as the framework for the vines as well as the privacy of the house.
Entrance to the house is decorated with shimmering flower blooming glow.
In order to enter the interior space of this beautiful 3-storey mansion , you will have to go through the aquarium with paths arranged from a series of large stone steps.
Trees are seen throughout the corner of the beautiful three-storey villa .
Piece beautiful garden with largely recyclable utensils.
The campus of the villa is covered by green of all kinds of trees, all shapes, sizes bring fresh air.
The pots were planted randomly in the mansion grounds.
Ground floor of this beautiful 3-storey villa is used to make office work.
Large windows help to connect the outside green garden to the office.
(Photo: Vu Xuan Son)