Hai Phong villa pays homage to nature

By Minh Trang   August 24, 2021 | 04:15 pm GMT+7
An eco-friendly villa in the northern city of Hai Phong opens its doors wide to natural light and wind.
On a 460-meter-square plot in the city center, a family wants to have an eco-friendly villa that can bring them comfort in daily life.

On a 460-meter-square plot in the city center, a family built an eco-friendly villa that could bring them comfort in daily life.

The villas U-shape facade is covered with greenery. The shape of the facade creates more area for glass windows and boosts ventilation around the villa.

The villa's U-shape facade is covered with greenery and boosts ventilation.

The U-shape facade gives all upstairs rooms better views.

The U-shape facade gives all upstairs rooms better views.

More than 50 percent of the land plot is used for gardens and voids intertwining with living spaces, so homeowners can be close to nature as much as possible.The house uses solar power, zero-VOC paint, and stones to mitigate its environmental effects.

More than 50 percent of the plot is used for gardens and voids intertwining with living spaces, so homeowners can be close to nature.
The house uses solar power, zero-VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) paint, and stones to mitigate its environmental effects.

Staircases area located in the west side, helping reduce direct sunlight in thee afternoon.

Staircases are located on the west side, helping reduce direct sunlight in the afternoon.

Rejecting to reveal how much they spent on the villa, homeowners said it costed them up to millions of dollars.

Rejecting to reveal how much they spent on the villa, the homeowners said it cost them millions of dollars.

Photos by Trinh Hai Long, Nguyen Minh Thuy

 
 
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