A vertical home is what architects find perfect for tiny spaces. Realised by Studio 8 Vietnam, the residence shelters a retired couple who lives with their two children, a son and a daughter. Restrained by the odd sizes of the terrain – the width of 5 meters is quite wide for a standard room but the length of 9 meters is too short to create an internal court yard like the normal concept of the typical row house -, the architects changed the strategy. A 1-meter wide void was created throughout the house so to allow natural ventilation and lighting. As a result, energy consumption is reduced to minimum and the inhabitants enjoy bright spaces in this vertical home.
A very welcoming facade with many green spots at the windows.
The grating look integrates perfectly in the urban landscape.
Patterns mixed with style in this contemporary kitchen
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