The project is built on a land of 600 m² located in the rice-growing countryside adjacent to Thai Binh city.
Architect Chu Ngoc Anh said that the house is the place where grandparents and their children come to play every weekend, so the design plan with the most important criteria is to be suitable for lifestyle and habits. their daily activities.
The advantage of the house’s location when it has three open sides with wide views to the garden and pond, as well as good south wind; The only downside is that the main house faces west.
The architect designed “tree blinds” to help block sunlight and radiation to help regulate temperature better, while still ensuring ventilation and visibility.
This “tree curtain” also helps to soften the architectural space, helping people to connect closely with nature.
The door with vertical wooden rails helps to regulate light and reduce sunlight for the living room better.
The door system opens and closes easily to change the state, convenient to connect to the porch, in addition to creating a strong material array for the main façade.
To increase the connection and interaction between family members, the kitchen area and the island are put in the center of the secondary function axis.
The architect incorporated the kitchen into the atrium location and created a vertical connection with the two bedrooms upstairs.
The architect arranged the veranda to act as a transitional buffer space between the inside and the outside, and at the same time as a cooling space for the living room with the combination of planting trees to shade the sun.
Like traditional houses in the North, the architect has established a main axis from the courtyard to the veranda, into the living room and then to the worshiping area.
The kitchen space is arranged under the atrium.
The house is always filled with natural light.
The second floor is where the two sons’ bedrooms come home to play every weekend, and a room to play table tennis for the whole family.
Architect Chu Ngoc Anh took advantage of the sloping roof space to make a small attic room, suitable for bedrooms and children’s play.
The small bedroom is located in the parent’s bedroom, so it is easy for parents to manage and interact with their children.
Table tennis room for the whole family at leisure.
The space in the house is filled with green plants.
A wooden swing door system simulates the traditional “table door” of the North.
Behind the house is a model of “subsistence agriculture” such as vegetable and fruit gardens…
Architect Chu Ngoc Anh said that some other criteria of the project are natural ventilation, good lighting, reduced energy consumption, and the utilization and reuse of rainwater for daily life.
The tile roof design with a large slope makes it easy to collect rainwater for reuse.
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