The Thao Dien House in Vietnam received an upgrade from MM++ Architects, so that the existing architecture could look more contemporary, yet still have a Mediterranean touch to it. The team managed to achieve this goal and meet the needs of the client.
Certain openings were placed in specific areas so that ample amounts of daylight could get into the home. Moreover the owners can also still have a great view of the pool in the backyard. One wall has been covered in vegetation so to give the house a natural look.
The house is located very close to Saigon, also known as Ho Chi Minh city, which is in the southern part of Vietnam. MM++ Architects did a good job of updating this to be a modern abode.
Photo Credits: designboom, mmarchitects.net
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