Thanks to the system of frontage, 3-storey house in Binh Thanh District, Saigon completely keep the security and privacy. Even if the door is open, there is no fear of outsiders looking at this system.
Design: G + Architects
Architect: Union Bang Giang
Partners: Ho Quoc Hung
Area: 80 m2
Construction Area: 60 m2
Location: Binh Thanh District, HCMC. HCM
As architects, architects desire the living space is full of light elements, trees and lakes. The house is built in the form of a three-storey house with an area of 60 m2, which perfectly meets the requirements of homeowners for the design team G + Architects.
The facade concrete pavement ensures privacy for the 3-storey building.
At night, the three-storey house is lit by the electric light through the facade makes beautiful effects.
Removable floor solutions are applied to the space inside the house. Therefore, Bang Giang delegation choose this solution because they want to create more space to get natural light for the tube house.
Koi fish pond is a fresh highlight of this 3 storey tube house.
The sky helps light up all the floors in this 3 storey house.
Empty ladder with modern glass balustrade.
This three-storey house uses mostly black, white and gray colors. Because the host enjoys cold colors, it feels light.
Kitchen-dining set in the same space. Although the area is tight but by clever layout, the architects have succeeded in creating a kitchen area open airy.
A variety of decorative lights are used to provide the ultimate in home lighting.
The bedroom window looks out to the cool greenery outside.
Another bedroom overlooks the façade. As a result, natural light flooded the room.
(Photo: No Child)
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