4 Famous Vietnam's housing designs hit top news of America
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|Spacious bedroom with King size bed design and space-saving closet. (Photo: dantri)
These housing designs illustrate architectural perspective with solid shapes, layout and modern block. The texture system with the edges and walls are only meticulously designed, bringing a subtle aesthetic effect and a great appeal to a beautiful house model.
Inspiring from the basic items for life, but if it only appears and stands alone, then maybe your space is still lacking. Decorative products with furnitures such as pictures, vases, shelves, hanging shelves, vases, wallpaper, lamps, carpets will help the space be less monotonous and boring.
The combination of these decorative motifs, combined with the science of common basic furniture, in the overall fixed ground, will bring a perfect overall living space.
From the facade to the inner spaces of these houses are as beautiful and comfortable as foreign designs.
1. Wind flower house in Saigon
Located on a land of about 100 m2, the facade is only 4.3 m, but the house in Saigon is still impressed by the unique design. Appearing in American architectural magazine, the house received many compliments about ideas in space decoration.
|The living room. (Photo: dantri)
The living room has unique big round ball lights. To make the room look more luxurious, the wall behind the sofa is tiled with marble tiles.
2. Daisy house in the Central
The house is inspired by Daisy in the Central with an area of 60m2. Throughout the house featires images and colors of flowers, symbolizing joy, fortune, warmth and passionate metaphorically designed in the details. In Feng Shui, this flower also gives the family fortune, a symbol of vitality and overwhelming luck.
|The outside of the house. (Photo: dantri)
Daisy is a two-storey house, located near an alley.
|Relax in the Daisy house. (Photo: dantri)
Along with the white color that gives a spacious and airy feeling, the neutral palette such as gray creates a sense of pleasure and comfort. Constructed by raw wood and cement, the house keeps itself as close and simple as the inspiration from the daisy.
|The design brings a tranquil scenery. (Photo: dantri)
Inside the house, an open space is created with two courtyards covering up to one third of the floor area. In this area, tall trees are planted, light is taken from skylights, combined with windows to create a natural scenery. Open space is created, all rooms in the house will be connected by two terraces.
3. Small house in the alley in Ho Chi Minh City
Renovated from an old 4-level house, 1-storey 1-floor tube house in a small alley in Ho Chi Minh City owning a rustic, airy living space thanks to the backyard occupying nearly 1/4 of the land area.
|A rustic design appears in the chaotic Saigon. (Photo: dantri)
To save construction costs, the architects team kept furniture from the old house. Even the old gate is recycled and decorated to fit the new home space.
|The backyard presents various plants. (Photo: dantri)
The most special space in the house is the 16m2 backyard filled with sunlight and trees. The 2-storey house uses unpainted brick walls, harmonizing with the old furniture for a rustic beauty.
4. The solar house in Hanoi
This project is an apartment in Long Bien, Hanoi, which was renovated with an area of 468m2. This house was originally neoclassical, with a long but narrow area, divided into quite similar parts.
|An outstanding house is located in Hanoi. (Photo: dantri)
This house was originally neoclassical, unsuitable for tropical climates and is located next to the river.
|The staircases in the house. (Photo: dantri)
The significant feature in this house in the sunshine, both brightening indoors and outdoors. Trees and pebbles are placed in many places, including the space on the first floor to the upper floors and the area near the bathroom.
|The path leads to the river. (Photo: dantri)
The significant adjustments made by the design team were to create a porch, extending behind and creating a void in the center of the mansion. Feeling the wind, rain and nature is an ideal experience when standing under the eaves.
Hopefully these designs that posted on America's news above will inspire you to have more new, more scientific design solutions to help optimize the use of the family.
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