An old house was transformed into a completely functional office building by the Hanoi architecture firm. The foliage-consumed office space is now home to a landscape architecture firm.
The entirety of the old house was transformed into what is now called the 'Growing Green Office.' The overhaul was successfully completed through the use of countless plants that clamber over the slatted timber cladding.
The amount of natural light and living plants brings a sense of calmness and zen vibes into the space. There is also a feeling of exotic and an oasis-like aura due to the organic structures and open-concept designs. The space is mostly made up of white walls and green plants. There are large windows and open balconies to inspire the architects and create a collaborative atmosphere.
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This Old House was Transformed Into a Plant-Consumed Office Building
- By: Ady FloydOct 5, 2015