Phan Thiet Vietnam

Posted on Mon, 2022-11-14 17:52 by matt

A house in central Phan Thiet Town, Vietnam with a sloping roof covered with grass, trees and flowers resembles a hill stretching out to the river in front.

The house built on a plot of land measuring 15 x 20 meters in the coastal town stands out from the surrounding townhouses with its lush green roof.

Since the owners are nature lovers, they have filled their home with plants from top to bottom. A layer of green vegetation, ranging from shade trees to bushes, extends from the facade through the high gate layer and blends with the stone walls.

As they grow, they encase the house in a green shield that keeps out dust.

Tarlmounia is strung from the ceiling like a curtain to protect the rooms from the sun and provide natural ventilation.

On the ground floor, a wide glass door system and curtains work together to let in the right amount of air while keeping direct sunlight out.

The garden area on the ground level acts as a buffer, preventing outside noise and dust from entering the home. The owners may relax and feel more at one with nature thanks to the abundance of trees across the property.