Few walls and actual structure are involved with the building of House Ha by Vo Trong Nghia. With a design style that’s truly unique to Vietnam, this stacked home has just enough room for all of the flora and fauna that creates the privacy needed in this open to the elements home.
Essentially one giant vertical garden, top light streams through the huge gap, and the side walls give protection from harsh elements that are so privy to the landscape. Granite walls keep temperatures cool, and there are afternoon shadows casted from the interesting architecture solutions. Though it references that of a traditional Vietnamese Courtyard House, and the plants balance a huge population density with a little bit of nature.