You know, except for the barbed wire perimeter, this is a nice little compound. MM++ Architects created this house for a family living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The modern home is accessed by first passing through a minimalist, concrete-and-bamboo-accented courtyard. Inside, residents can enjoy roaming about an open living and dining room plan which includes a kitchen outfitted with stainless steel and black appliances. The best part of this house, however – and the part that really caught my eye – is the interior atrium that divides the living and dining area from the rest of the functional spaces in the house. The long, narrow skylight above lets in so much natural light, while the courtyard-in-miniature is filled with greenery that really warms up the place.
Take a stroll around the residence, thanks to these captures by Nam Bui.
Via Arch Daily.