A town house in Ho Chi Minh City

Posted on Wed, 8 Feb 2017 by midcenturyjo

Only 4m wide and 17m deep this contemporary concrete and brick house rises above a busy street in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The minimalist, modern home references the traditional shop houses of the area with a blurring of private and public spaces at street level achieved by a folding shutter which also moderates shade and ventilation. A large central skylight allows light to penetrate to the inner rooms. By MM++ Architects.

Photography by Hiroyuki Oki

finja says:

Wow, this looks incredible. How it must feel to be living here!
xx finja

Lucia says:

Love for this house!!! Love love!!

ombia says:

So, somebody can actually just walk into your house during you (or me) watch a movie half naked. Great!

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