Hanoi home a cut apart

By Minh Trang   May 19, 2020 | 01:00 pm GMT+7

A leaning roof, warm interior reflect modern, capital design of a Hanoi house.

The five-story gem is located at an intersection in Hanoi.

The five-story gem is located at an intersection in Hanoi.

The roof gives the architecture a unique look.

Its sloping roof provides a sense of dynamic and mindfulness, not inhibiting the neighbor’s view.

Traditional details such as shutters, close up wooden doors and purlin structure with tiled roof have been integrated into modernism space.

Traditional details like shutters, closed up wooden doors, a purlin structure and tiled roof combine with the modern layout.

A balcony allows occupants a great seat at the opera of daily life.

A balcony allows occupants a great seat at the opera of daily life.

The large shutters cover the exterior.

Large shutters allow ample light and shade.

The shutter system promotes the relationship between homeowners and the nature.

Nature sneaks into frame.

Starcase is always filled with natural light, thanks to the glass windows with wooden shutters.

Glass balustrades add to the spatial and airy appeal.

Bedroom with a view of the outside.

The bedroom offers quiet repose from the city bustle.

Doors act as shutters, allowing light and sound to penetrate and maintaining the connection between the inside and outside.

A corner window designed to offer a multi-lit perspective.

The large surface covering the glass window acts as a protection layer to ensure the occupant’s privacy.

Privacy is ensured by two large metal shutters.

Wooden furniture offers a traditional look.

Wooden furniture add an earthy touch to an urban interior.

The brown color of wooden furniture creates the coziness.

All-in-all, a home that resonates with warmth.

Photos by Trieu Chien

 
 
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