A house covered in white corrugated tole hides a warm interior complete with wooden furniture and greenery.
The 103-meter-square house in southern Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province has foam insulated tole covering its exterior drywall, creating a minimalist shape.
The white layer of tole gives the house a bright, industrial look.
The garage, living room, dining room, kitchen, toilet, and one bedroom are on the first floor. Trees are planted in many spaces, while the brown shades of the furniture create a sense of coziness in this three-generation family abode.
An atrium allows natural light to enter, which also benefits the many plants inside the house.
From a solemn worship area for adults to the child-friendly safety net above the garage, the house is meant to provide tons of comfort.
The owners wanted a small garden inside the house, so architects decided to plant trees in as many corners as possible. The greenery combines with windows and an atrium, affording the home more natural features.
Photos by Quang Dam