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House for Trees by Vo Trong Nghia Architects

 

Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam), in a region where only 0.25% area of the city is covered with greenery – the dwelling seeks to reconnect its residents with the natural environment. Vo trong nghia architects has designed a prototypical house as part of an ungoing initiative to reverse the trend and therefore seeks to reconnect the residents with a natural environment. 

 

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It’s amazing how a new concept for a dwelling can transform is such a strong form-language. The concrete facades are in beautiful contrast with the greenery on the top of the buildings. This design opens the eyes for other architects to a new sort of ‘living’ and new relation with nature. What do you think about these Houses for Trees?

Technical drawings:

 

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Source: Designboom

 

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