Sustainable house design with indoor gardens
The Nhabeo House of Trinhvieta Architecten is located in Hochiminh, Viet Nam. It is a sustainable concept with many plants, bathed in light and well ventilated.
In the Centre of the building grows a big tree, which connects the two first floor levels and in this way forms a lively mezzanine
The House is 4 meters wide and 20 meters long and has a basement, a mezzanine and three higher floors. The construction materials are mainly concrete and bricks. The total area amounted to 238 square meters. The main idea is to create an intermediate area, which on the one hand remains open to the outside and on the other hand protects the own privacy of the residents – a cavity with plenty of light and fresh air, where you can feel at home.
Solid wood slats and glazed sash window to the roof ensures an intensive contact with the outside world and give this otherwise narrow townhouse a bright open perspective. There exists the possibility to be completely separated by massive doors as needed for the interiors, which belong more to the private sector, like bedrooms and bathrooms, of course.
From the hallway on the second floor, you can at the same time to look outside and enjoy the beautiful tree
An exotic setting at dinner
Tree trunk slices are perfect for wall decoration
Cavity with many Palm trees and plants to the well-being
Inside the House is green, including the three Babylon you much indoor gardens with trees in height of about 4 meters. As a result, you feel even stronger with the nature connected and that precisely at the heart of Hochiminh. The indoor gardens are almost everywhere in the House to enjoy, no matter what you’re doing. The garage, the basement and the technical rooms are located in the basement and are thus isolated from the whole half.
Even the stairs to the basement are tastefully decorated with round stone
In the basement you can have a party
Natural ventilation and natural light are the decisive advantages of this sustainable, energy-efficient House
The typical Vietnamese city houses are influenced by the old industrial tradition. That’s why everybody’s pretty tight, sometimes even narrower than 4 metres. The front is generally directly on the shopping street. This tradition can be seen best in Hanoi or in the old town of Hoi an. With the rapid population growth, the facades with concrete slabs are reinforced and built higher. In this way, the living conditions are better unfortunately never. It often lack of fresh air and daylight.
Enjoy the garden from the living room of the indoor
In accordance with nature even when relaxing or asleep
Precious teak wood and shiny orange door
With this innovative home design, the Trinhvieta architects have created a great role model – a sustainable building, where you feel in harmony with the nature and at the same time, energy-saving and health-conscious lives.
Privacy in the bathroom is protected by a sliding door
Inspiring accents at the dining table
The tree gives a tranquil atmosphere like in the Woods two sticks
In the evening, everything looks peaceful and just as elegant