Narrow land area is always a difficult problem for any unit to design beautiful house. In this project, the house located in the alley disadvantage with an area of only 35 m2 is still able to shine thanks to the unique lighting solutions from the design unit atelier tho.A.
Design: atelier tho.A
Area: 35 m2
Location: Phu Nhuan Dist. HCM
Beautiful house design in Phu Nhuan district has made the architects of atelier tho.A have to worry when it has too much disadvantage from the location at the end of a short alley to the surrounding surrounded by buildings. the house is very close. Limited space also makes it difficult for architects to find the right solution.
However, the challenges posed that not only motivated the architects of atelier tho.A find the solution to completely remove the disadvantage of the building but also make the design attractive eye , the impression that everyone must broach.
The design of the façade of this beautiful end-of-the-alley house in Phu Nhuan district stands out in comparison with the adjacent houses thanks to its innovative architecture.
The space of the kitchen of this beautiful house takes advantage of the small corner of the stairs is neatly arranged, tidy. Wooden shelves on the lower, high enough for storage of kitchen utensils. Bonsai plants like blowing cool breeze for small kitchen.
A special feature of this beautiful home design is the main staircase spirals outward set privacy create space for other functions when it moves took place outside. Wooden hollow stairs combined with handrail with steel bars painted green on the background of the white brick wall.
More unique is a blue wall with scrawl and old-style brick flooring.
Although not very large area, only 35 m2 but the bedroom space is still very spacious, spacious. Bedroom furniture is not much only bed and wall cabinets with mirrors increase space for the room.
The most eye-catching to mention the wall array of the bedroom.
At the same time, the bathroom is very comfortable with a glass bath area, wood sinks with the surface of the stone.
(Photo: Quang Tran)
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