Binh Than House, is situated in Vietnam and was designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects in collaboration with Sanuki + Nishizawa Architects. The house blurs internal and external space as a response to the region's tropical climate and uses both traditional and modern modes of temperature control.
It makes use of light and ventilation and modern air-conditioning, and the house is split into four levels, with its external facade made out of punctured three dimensional blocks and includes sliding glass doors that allow spaces to be closed off to the elements. Check it out in the gallery below:
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