Urban Vietnamese House As A Loving Home For Family


Some of the most beautiful results come from projects with a strict budget limit. This Vietnamese urban house, located in residential district of Saigon, a concept of MM++ Architects brings a fresh design using low cost materials. The practical approach was necessary, as the owners are a couple with three children and they needed a family home to describe them without losing a modern edge.

Concrete structure, ceramic tiles, iron roof and all these cold materials used in the simple architecture are brought to life due to the abundance of green plants everywhere in the inside. Providing fresh air and being a symbol of life, plants make a connection to the outside, as well, that’s being kept in the same green note, hosting a beautiful garden.

The living room is spacious and the kitchen is completely equipped with everything a wife or a mother needs in order to prepare the most delicious meals for her family. Bedrooms are large as well, being centered upon huge beds – so big that with a little bit of luck, all five members can accommodate in just one.

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