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House No47 / H&P Architects

  • 01:00 - 6 April, 2013
House No47 / H&P Architects
House No47 / H&P Architects, © Nguyen Van Tho
© Nguyen Van Tho

© Nguyen Van Tho © Nguyen Van Tho © Nguyen Van Tho © Nguyen Van Tho +25

  • Architects

  • Location

    Ha Tinh city, Vietnam
  • Architect in Charge

    Doan Thanh Ha & Tran Ngoc Phuong
  • Team

    Nguyen Lam Tung, Le Huu Sang, Tran Huyen Trang, Nguyen Hai Hue, Nguyen Van Thinh
  • Contractor

    HPA Viet nam jsc
  • Area

    370.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

© Nguyen Van Tho
© Nguyen Van Tho

From the architect. No47 House is located in Ha Tinh city, Middle Vietnam. By utilizing top lights as well as placing small green-courtyards inside the house, the architect wants to bring out elegant and peaceful spaces to the client who can leave all his tiring behind after a long working day to enjoy his own space in a noise and polluted environment of a developing city.

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Cite: "House No47 / H&P Architects" 06 Apr 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/353582/house-no47-h-p-architects/>
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15 Comments

Thachday kts · June 01, 2013

Chúc m?ng a Ph??ng nha !
không gian ngon có ?i?u ?? G? h?i ?u?i .
Cái G? ?p tr?n ban công là g? xi m?ng ho?c Nh?a ch? a nh? ?

kk · May 29, 2013

M?t b?ng quá t?i!

Hong My · May 03, 2013

How Vietnamese architecture could be boosted when so many other Vietnamese architects just keep bombarding our colleagues.
Despite anything, being selected to be posted on Archdaily is a great honor that we should feel happy about.
And, Archdaily' staffs might feel hesitate when intending to post a Vietnamese project when they see so many negative comments from Vietnam.

Please!!!!!!! we are in one country, please do not use unprofessional and unreasonable criticism like " the furnishing looks cheap" or "we have a lot of other interesting projects in VN" to bombard a building from your home again!

Such a shame!!! same story with Vo Trong Nghia, and honestly, I don't know why

dEZ · April 15, 2013

furnishing look really cheap.

Ly · April 11, 2013

This is a decent work within the context of Vietnamese modern houses. However, please hire professional photographers.

M?u Hà · April 11, 2013

Not nice ! I think in Vietnam have many interesting works :)

tsep · April 09, 2013

Even for the context of Vietnam this house is in no way special or even interesting.
see detail of wall fan!
more editing arch daily.....please

Kevin Doan · April 07, 2013

I have reviewed your website and like your design as you can take off from others to a concept of a house. Great when you can propose those design to client when most of them (including architects in Vietnam are conservative)
Good job and keep going.

A Vietnamese architect in Singapore.

quachtingfo · April 06, 2013

neuropathy

michealchang · April 06, 2013

paranoid or neuropathy

trinh lang tong · April 06, 2013

sr. i don't like it

Hong My · April 06, 2013

Would you please use English to comment, please respect worldwide readers.

lan · April 06, 2013

Ông có cái nào t?t h?n ??a lên xem cái!!!

CH_archdaily · April 06, 2013

Công trình nh? này không t?t!!! Không nên ??a lên Archdaily!!!

genk · April 06, 2013

mình có m?y ý ki?n sau:
- c?a vào s?nh, hèn quá
- v? sinh con thi?u sang t? nhiên
- p.khách quá bí
- góc h?c t?p không hay

bao · April 06, 2013 08:29 PM

dont talk like a boss!

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