Fairytale House by Hinzstudio in Vietnam

Project: Fairytale House
Architects:
Hinzstudio
Location:
Vietnam
Area:
2,766 sf
Year: 2022
Photographs by:
Quang Tran

Fairytale House by Hinzstudio

Hinzstudio has designed the Fairytale House located near the city of Da Nang, Vietnam. With a little under 3,000 square feet of living spaces on offer, this fantastic dwelling is intended to deliver a peaceful, countryside lifestyle with direct access to beautiful landscapes.

Fairytale is built in a rural area located far from the center of Da Nang city. The house is the dream of a peaceful and poetic home of a young couple and two dogs.

Where the project is located in peaceful countryside with fields and green bamboo bushes. Behind the mountains in the distance, every day you can watch the sunset and sunrise from the house. The disadvantage of the site is the fact that this place often receives annual floods with the water level rising more than one meter. Besides, the small land area with dense functional density is also a difficult problem for the design team.

The solution is to leave the ground floor space empty, bringing the main functions to the upper floors. This not only helps prevent annual floods but also frees up the view of the landscape. The functional spaces are designed to be compact with minimal area, but at the same time must also exploit the value of the natural landscape outside.

With the space inside, opening the view to the natural outside is inevitable. However, the design team believes that everything should be balanced in order to have enough emotion and achieve the necessary sophistication.

Hinzstudio

 

Tags: contemporary, exterior, Fairytale House, Hinzstudio, interior, landscape, modern, Vietnam

Author: Fidan Jovanov

 

A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.

 

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