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New lands of the city are gradually filled by urbanization. In the process of development, old architectural forms become obsolete. Vietnamese - tube house is one of the typical examples, the repetitive construction, which takes away the living space in the house. Interacting with the owner, motivating and toward better space values. How to build new spaces, contributing to change human thinking in the space of living. The shortage of large space in the city, people are gradually narrowed in backward tube houses. The house is a conversation between the owner and the architect. We start the story in a simple way, looking for new values in the living space. A host is a young man, living with his mother. They have an open mindset over others. They demand an open space, a comfortable lifestyle. The son asks for a room that can be opened to the maximum, with clear views towards the front where he can create and make a small studio attached to his living space. His mother asked us for a large space for the kitchen - the host regularly welcomed the guests at the weekend, although the house is only 4 meters wide. View more View full description
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