A house in central Nha Trang Town overflows with vegetation, erasing the boundaries between home and habitat.
The 420-square-meter house, located by a river, is home to a middle-aged couple who sought a comfortable and relaxing space.
The tropical styled home has three floors.
The couple planted trees inside and outside the house to provide shade, absorb heat and boost air ventilation.
Tarlmounia acts as a greenery curtain, serving to both keep out the sun and ensure privacy.
Wooden furniture intertwines with greenery, helping blur the boundaries between inside and out.
Green spaces are located across many parts of the house.
The house boasts a skylight the provides enough sunlight for indoor plants to thrive.
Combining with glass blocks and vegetation, the bathroom provides occupants a place to relax without losing privacy.
The balcony with a river view can be a place for homeowners to gather and hold parties.
Wood, pebbles, and trees create a sense of nature indoors.
The house was completed in 2019.
By Minh Trang for http://www.e.VNExpress.net
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