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07BEACH | House Renovation In Ho Chi Minh City

Interiors 07BEACH | House Renovation In Ho Chi Minh City

07BEACH | House Renovation In Ho Chi Minh CityThe method to design for this house is pretty simple. I thought of it as the most important how the house should be for a comfortable life with your family. Imagined your daily life through your personality which I have been feeling usually. Hoping that the space will not only be comfortable, but your daily life will also be more fun than usual.

07BEACH | House Renovation In Ho Chi Minh City

© Hiroyuki Oki Decon Photo Studio

07BEACH | House Renovation In Ho Chi Minh City

© Hiroyuki Oki Decon Photo Studio

07BEACH | House Renovation In Ho Chi Minh City

© Hiroyuki Oki Decon Photo Studio

07BEACH | House Renovation In Ho Chi Minh City

© Hiroyuki Oki Decon Photo Studio

Though the image I have about you is trite words, it’s deep affection for your family. I designed so that your house can represent your affection for your wife and two dogs, and I designed it with the image that this house will be like a gift to your family.

Location: Nguyen Trai, Dist.1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Architect: 07BEACH
Designer: Joe Chikamori
Project name: House Renovation In Ho Chi Minh City
Area: 1F 36.4m² + 2F 66.2m²=102.6m²
Year: 2012
Photographs: Hiroyuki Oki Decon Photo Studio
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