Saigon house's garden boosts connection of three-generation family

By Minh Trang   September 8, 2020 | 07:25 pm GMT+7

A common space in the middle of a house with eight blocks encourages common activities and bonding in a family in Saigon's Hoc Mon District.

Located on a 1,000-square-meter plot in the suburb of Ho Chi Minh City, the house, home to a three-generation family, encourages the connection of people with each other and with nature through the living spaces.

Located on a 1,000-square-meter plot, this three-generation family home encourages a deeper connection between its inhabitants and nature.

A view from above shows a pond with trees located in the middle of the house. This common space is a place for children to play and adults hang out.

A view from above shows a pond with trees in the middle of the house. This common space is ideal for children to play and adults to hang out.

The 40-square-meter garden with varied plants and a fish pond.

The 40-square-meter garden boasts varied plants and a fish pond.

Another view of the garden, which connects all slopping-roofed blocks of the house.

Another view of the garden, which connects all slopping-roofed blocks of the house.

Private room in box blocks are separated from each other to create more gaps and air convection to every corner of the house. Apart from the common garden, these blocks also face small gardens at their back.

Separate private rooms inside boxed blocks create greater air convection in each corner of the house. These blocks also face small green paces at the rear.

Restroom with a garden view.

Restroom with a garden view.

To create more space and rooms, architects created two-story blocks that penetrate the sloping roof. This makes the house looks like a one-story construction, which is in harmony with its neighborhood.

To create more space and rooms, architects created two-story blocks that penetrate the sloping roof. This makes the house resemble a one-story construction, in total harmony with its neighborhood.

The houses plan.

House plan.

Photos by TAA Design

 
 
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