Deficit large, deep, narrow corridor leading to 3-storey tube house light in many areas inside. Architects of VTN Architects have proposed optimal solutions to enhance the lighting of the house.
Designer: VTN Architects
Architect: Vo Trong Nghia, Daisuke Sanuki, Shunri Nishizawa
Area: 210 m2
Location: Gia Lai
The three-storey house is located on a plot of land with a width of 7 m and a depth of 40 m, which is typical of the typical pipe house design in Vietnam. The narrowness of the area was too narrow and the division of rooms in the house led to the lack of light in the room.
Understanding the style in tube house design, VTN Architects Architects team has proposed and put into many solutions to solve the problem of lighting for 3 storey house in Gia Lai. They avoid the narrow corridor design by creating a common living space, the dining space and the external green space are smooth with each other.
Three-storey house in Gia Lai located on the land bearing the typical house structure of our country with a width of 7 m, depth of 40 m
The living room is too simple with fancy furniture set in the airy space, filled with natural light.
The wall along the aisle is 4 m high, mounted from granite.
Trees are also brought into this three-storey townhouse works ingeniously.
At the top of this house is a blue strip designed to prevent the sun from sunlight while providing natural ventilation effectively. As a result, the interior of the 3-storey deep hollow smoke tube is still filled with light.
The bedroom space is minimalist with a delicate white color.
Wooden steps with slim metal handrails.
(Photo: Hiroyuki Oki)
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