Three-storey townhouse in Binh Thanh District (HCMC) 20 years old has been repaired almost all with the most cost saving.
Designer: G + Architects
Architect: Giang Doan, Hoang Duy, Hong Dieu, Van Tung
Area: 64 m2
Location: Binh Thanh Dist. HCM
Status of the house before renovation.
The project is located in the alley in Binh Thanh district, Saigon. With an area of 64 m2, this building has been built up to 20 years ago and has been degraded and outdated architecture, backward with 4 grade cement fibroids in front and 2 storey building with a 1 storey slipped in the back. These two works seem to be no longer suitable for the pace of life so the landlord united with the architects to break away half to spend space for the garden and outdoor living room of the family.
A 3-storey townhouse converted to meat after repair.
In addition to owning two structures of a size that is forced to break down in half, the building is at a disadvantage when facing west so that architects have to calculate how to minimize direct sunlight into the home. The façade for the façade is decided to solve this problem.
The facade covering the interior of this 3-storey townhouse avoids the direct sunlight in the west.
The owner also expects half of the construction area to be devoted to the design of the garden to help separate the house and the alley while creating a green living space for members of the family. This is also an outdoor living room setting.
The courtyard with old red brick, set of tables and chairs guests under the sun in the well. Ornamental plants are planted around, in the basin of the pot, which gives a greenish glint to the garden of the family.
The kitchen-dining room has a mix of modern and traditional, new and old intertwined. Furniture is reused to cut costs. Neutral colors are used largely within this 3 storey townhouse.
Wooden stairs are arranged on one side to create a spacious space for the first floor. Underneath the stairs is used to put the storage cabinets save area for the house.
The mezzanine was previously converted into a play area for two children.