With limited budgets, homeowners in Binh Duong are still satisfied by the unique design of the townhouse, which satisfies all the necessary functions.
Area: 40 m2
Location: Binh Duong
The owner is a reporter working in the field of architecture. With a modest budget, the owner expects the architects of a21studio to design the townhouse to help ensure that the function and aesthetics but not exceed the budget.
The solution using lightweight structures to save construction costs such as steel, corrugated iron sheets instead of concrete and a21studio proposed. As a result, the cost of construction can be reduced, so the project is completed in a shorter period of time.
The townhouses’ design emerges from the entrance to the house using steel and sheet steel. White color also makes the house more impressive than the neighboring buildings.
The use of old furniture is a21studio set out and the hosts support enthusiastically. As new purchases may cost more, this reuse is significant. The rationale for spending household furniture is very important. Thanks to that, the design of the town house is not only unique but also nostalgic.
Instead of using concrete, traditional brickwork, this townhouse design uses sheet metal and steel so the cost is reduced. In addition, construction time is shortened.
Ceramic is an important point, appear throughout the space of this townhouse. From the living room floor to the kitchen, the brick … brings nostalgic beauty to the space it exists.
Wooden stairs simple inside the house.
This house uses old wooden doors but is painted new.
The bedroom is quite simple with wooden shelves made into bookshelves. No bed or mattress, the owner spread the mattress directly to the floor to sleep.
The climbing trunk made of B40 lattice for climbing green plant.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)
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