Far Homestay House / D1

Far Homestay House / D1 - FacadeFar Homestay House / D1 - Table, Chair, Beam, PatioFar Homestay House / D1 - Bathtub, Bathroom, Windows, BeamFar Homestay House / D1 - Windows, FacadeFar Homestay House / D1 - More Images+ 40

  • Architects: D1
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  177
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
  • Photographs
    Photographs:Quang Tran
  • Lead Architects: Tan Nguyen
  • Clients: Binh Nguyen
  • Engineering: Dien Tran
  • Design Team: Nhung Vu, Thien Thanh Nguyen
  • Country: Vietnam
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Far Homestay House / D1 - Facade
© Quang Tran

Text description provided by the architects. Far Homestay is built for a newly married couple who seek a residence they can both stay and operate a small homestay business near the sea at the same time.

Far Homestay House / D1 - Table, Chair, Beam, Patio
© Quang Tran
Ground floor plan / Side elevation
Far Homestay House / D1 - Table, Chair
© Quang Tran

The project is located at prime location less than 200 meters from the beach in Central Vietnam and is surrounded by peaceful, undeveloped wilderness.

Far Homestay House / D1 - Table, Chair, Beam
© Quang Tran
Longitudinal section
Far Homestay House / D1 - Table, Lighting, Windows, Bed, Chair, Bedroom
© Quang Tran

The proposed solution by D1 satisfies business-cum-dwelling requirement while best utilizes all available factors surrounding the landscape. On the ground floor lies the spacious common space with communal kitchen and dining table where people can gather and share meals. The four guest rooms are located on the 1st floor while the owners' residence is pushed to the top (2nd floor) allowing for utmost privacy. There's also a rooftop for extra hanging out and environment contemplation.

Far Homestay House / D1 - Bathtub, Bathroom, Windows, Beam
© Quang Tran

In order to create weather enduring, beautiful aesthetic reflecting the nature of seaside landscape, we use a combination of wood and rock as major materials. Additionally, due to tight budget constraint, we exploit raw beauty of natural materials to the max and only install glass wall where it is absolutely needed. Traditional and local materials are also effectively used in this work, such as stone, natural wood, grindstone, abrasive bath, bamboo wall, etc., allowing for meaningful soul infusion into the project.

Far Homestay House / D1 - Windows, Facade
© Quang Tran

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Cite: "Far Homestay House / D1" 23 Jul 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/921449/far-homestay-house-d1> ISSN 0719-8884

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