Tile Nest Home / H&P Architects
Textual content description supplied by the architects. The home is in a newly creating city space in Phu Ly Metropolis (Ha Nam province). Since this space is meant to have graves deep underground (resulting from its proximity to the previous cemetery), it’s, subsequently, essential to excavate the outdated soil layer earlier than building to clear the above-mentioned assumption. This angle then helps develop the idea of constructing use of the excavated web site as a part of the home (after the outdated soil layer is eliminated) in order that not solely distinguishable particular options are created but additionally the chance to harness geothermal vitality is made.
Named as Tile Nest, the home communicates the concept of making an area, a mix of the Nest with many nooks and crannies discovering all their approach as much as the bottom and the Historical Pit Home partially hidden underground. This mix provides the home’s structure a definite corrugated look, with the shell felt like porous/ perforated on the skin and a big house on the within.
The outer shell is made up of many tiles suspended as in the event that they had been flying (frightening considered a stacked roof, and a sunshade, as present in a standard home method, ..); The center layer is characterised by transitional inexperienced balconies at totally different heights, which brings about fascinating views and helps regulate the microclimate for areas to be used inside.
For a very long time, tile has change into a well-recognized and well-liked materials with Vietnamese individuals, but it’s utilized to this home in an uncommon strategy to make its presence felt by seeing by, touching, and sensing properties, thereby creating totally different however shut experiences within the house of flower-like patterns from sunshine reflection, wind and the scent of crops – an Structure immersed in nature realized by a full-of-memory character.