The owner of the apartment is a modern person who loves simplicity. Requirements for the design of apartment space are in favor of convenience, especially appliances that are not obsolete as well as furniture focusing primarily on the convenience of members when living.
With a clear requirement, to integrate into the modern space, the design team used black and white tones to emphasize the warmth of oak and light yellow.
They also removed some walls of the old design to make the house space more open and the kitchen bigger.
Common living space is reserved large and open area to help all family members have the opportunity to gather and reunite.
The bedroom is a private resting place for each member, the design focuses on creating gentle, comfortable spaces. The beds are all arranged in the bedroom so that the occupants can look out the window. The owner does not like wallpaper so the headboard walls are accented with painted colors and wood, making the space more fresh and lovely.
Newton Apartment, 38 Truong Quoc Dung Str., Ward 8, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City
Design: A + D
Architect: Pham Hong Duc
Address: 11 Hoa Hong St., Ward 2, Tan Binh District, HCMC
Some of the walls were "transformed" to make the space wider and airier. The black and white tones of oak are the dominant colors in decoration.
Items are selected and limited fads over time.
The headboard is accented with painted colors and wood, adding freshness to the resting space.
According to TC Architecture & Life No. 165