Modern Vietnamese architecture has been embracing the concept of filling homes with as much greenery as possible, and 'Stacked Planters House' is no exception. The home, which was designed by VTN Achitects, is literally filled with trees — old trees rise through gaps in the structural elements of the home, fully connecting it with nature and ensuring that the home's occupants do their part to keep the plants healthy.
Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam has a temperate to tropical climate all throughout the year. This means that plant life can flourish there with very little effort or expertise needed. That has thus led many architects throughout the city, and indeed the country as a whole, to embrace the weather and build homes with spectacular gardens, courtyards, and other spaces for flora to flourish.
'Stacked Planters House' is Literally Filled With Trees
1. Green-filled Homes - The trend of incorporating trees and greenery into home design is promoting a sense of connection with nature and sustainable living.
2. Natural Integration in Architecture - Architects are integrating old trees into the structural elements of homes, blurring the boundary between indoor and outdoor spaces.
3. Climate-responsive Architecture - Architects in Vietnam are designing homes that maximize the natural climate conditions to promote plant growth and overall environmental sustainability.
1. Architecture and Construction - The architecture and construction industry can explore innovative designs that incorporate greenery and nature into homes, creating more sustainable living spaces.
2. Landscaping and Gardening - Landscaping and gardening businesses can capitalize on the trend by offering services for integrating trees and plants in home design and maintenance.
3. Sustainable Living Solutions - The trend of tree-filled homes presents an opportunity for companies offering sustainable living solutions to provide eco-friendly materials and technologies for integrating nature into architecture.