The four-storey house in Binh Thanh District (HCMC) looks far more spacious than the actual area thanks to the main white board and multi-windowed windows.
Architect: MD Studio
Architect: Vu Van Minh, Pham Hong Duc
Area: 37 m2
Location: Binh Thanh District, HCMC
The 4-storey house in Binh Thanh district has a disadvantage in the west so the architects decided to design the façade. To get a spotlight on the tube space, various large and small square windows are arranged.
Narrow area is the next disadvantage of this 4 storey tube house. White cherries are used to create a feeling of spacious, spacious house compared to the actual number.
4-storeyed house with frontage overlooking Nhieu Loc canal and beautiful park.
Thanks to the solution, the interior design is both open and closed, and the interior is always bright. In the daytime it is not necessary to turn on the lights like many other narrow tubes. The owner is also very interested in bringing green tiles into the house. In many corners, there are pots of ornamental plants arranged. Thanks to that, the house always feels relaxed. This is especially needed in the street side houses.
Bright squares are on the roof to ensure sunlight reaches every corner.
Space on the first floor includes parking, bedroom for grandparents. There is also an additional WC located on this floor. To avoid staggering, the spiral staircase is used.
Spiral staircase full of grace.
Space on the second floor is used for public areas, including living room , kitchen-dining. From the windows on the 2nd floor you can see the beautiful scenery of the park in front of the house.
Kitchen-dining is arranged in the corner is quite narrow area. But thanks to the application of white space, cooking space is more spacious than the actual area.
Concrete stairs are used for the upper floors.
Floor 3 + 4
Floor 3 of this 4-storey house is used for bedroom layout . White text continues to be applied. Solid wood furniture creates a sense of closeness.
Private space is clear, sunny. The minimalist style is used to create a space for the user.
Photo: Quang Dam