With the cost of 550 million dong, the beautiful house building using the raw materials of wood in Da Nang mainly makes anyone wonder.
Design: Tropical Space
Architect: Nguyen Hai Long
Area: 140 m2
Location: Da Nang
The requirements of homeowners is a living space in the hot season, resistant to storms in the rainy season. Architect Nguyen Hai Long of Tropical Space has proposed a two storey townhouse design inspired by termites. “Nostalgic House” was born so.
This beautiful townhouse in Da Nang consists of two blocks crammed into each other. Functional spaces, such as kitchens, are located at the center of the box. Living rooms, bedrooms, toilets and storage are located around the center.
In the house there is a mezzanine that is used for worship space, library. A second bedroom is also located on this mezzanine. Above the roof area is a cool, open-air corner with lush vines.
In order to ensure the most natural sunshine and ventilation, the beautiful townhouse is constructed with two-layer design. A brick wall with holes outside, the inside is the door frame aluminum protection glass.
The kitchen is the heart of this beautiful house when it is located in the center.
Bricks are the most common material in this house. Each piece of brick wall is sure fire, eye-catching to give the overall look rustic perfect for the space of beautiful houses.
In addition, there is the presence of concrete ceilings, grindstone, wooden furniture that is both cost-effective and rustic.
Relaxing corner, entertain with the host’s piano.
The living room is very casual with wooden furniture.
Bedroom is a dining room curtain to protect privacy.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)
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