A modern teahouse in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, doesn’t lose sight of its origins as it looks forward appealing to city goers young and old.
These compact residences dotted across our local Region highlight architecture that knows no bounds, and certainly no limits when it comes to maximising the efficiency of minimal spaces.
It goes without saying that there is much to love about every house in the 2019 Habitus House of the Year selection. But when it comes to co-existing in harmony with nature and enjoying indoor-outdoor living, these five projects take the cake.
Borrowing elements from traditional dwellings, K59 Atelier has designed Tile Roof House to withstand the tropical monsoon climate and contribute to the cultural identity of Ho Chi Minh City.
Stepping Park House by Vo Trong Nghia Architects is the latest addition to the firm’s “House for Trees” series challenging the status quo of architectural design in Ho Chi Minh City.
These are our favourite living spaces from Habitus House of The Year showcasing clever, and considered, connection to nature. Which is your pick? Have your say for the People’s Choice Awards by voting now.
Whether you take your cappuccino with almond milk or soy, great café design ideas are something we can all get behind. Here are the best of the bunch that reflect their local scene to a tee.
Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia is becoming known as one of the world’s most sustainable and socially conscious architects, with heavy emphasis on the use of bamboo, which he calls ‘green steel’.