Vietnam Architecture : A House in an A Shape

The particularity of the batches in Vietnam is that they are narrow … like tubes. In general, properties are 2.5 meters wide by 5 meters deep and are often 3-4 storeys high. We will soon publish a report on this subject. In some parts of Vietnam, the land has a particular dimension. Our article today is about when architects make use of apparent disadvantage. Enjoy your reading … Must See In Vietnam Editor

To alleviate the disadvantages of a trapezoid plot of land, architects designed a house in an A shape. 

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

The 250-square-meter house in the central town of Vinh is home to five members of three generations of a family.

The owners wanted an office and a home on the land that is narrow on the right and flares out on the left. The result is that the front is an office from where they run their business, and in the back is a quiet and green house.

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

The A shape is not only unique and aesthetic but also helps meet the owners’ requirements.

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

There are three gardens, the main one being between the office and house, providing a sense of traditional Vietnamese architecture.

The main rooms are toward the main garden and in the center of the building.

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

The other two gardens are on the rooftops.

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

Instead of being fully closed, the rooftop has some open spaces to allow natural light and breeze to come in, allowing the owners to get a sense of time and weather.

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

The bridge connecting the two structures is above the main garden, creating a sense of walking on top of trees.

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

The bedroom is toward the main garden.

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

The living room on the ground floor is surrounded by two layers of protection. The first one is a fence made of hollow tile, which provides ventilation. Plants are placed behind the fence to act as an air and heat filter.

Large glass doors in the living room provide views of the outside.

When architects make use of apparent disadvantage

The plan of the building.

The owners said construction took six months but refused to reveal the cost.

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