Located in the densely populated Tan Binh District of Ho Chi Minh City, this tree-topped family home designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects aims to provide a blueprint for the future of urban housing.
Working within a budget of $155,000, the architecture firm cut costs while building the prototypical home by using locally sourced, untreated materials.
Completed in 2014, the home is made up of five concrete, flower pot-like boxes that surround a central courtyard.
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