CH house by ODDO architects

Bring a breath of traditional spirit to modern life

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河内是越南首都,也是世界上人口密度最高、交通堵塞严重、空气污染频繁、缺乏公共空间和绿化的城市之一,但同时它又在保留越南文化和古老传统方面具有重要意义。这座房屋是为三代同堂的家庭设计的,他们想在繁忙的城市中创造一处和谐空间,提高他们的传统家庭生活意识。房屋基地宽4.2米,长35米,是当地狭长住宅所在的典型地块。

▼项目鸟瞰,aerial view ©Hoang Le photography

Hanoi is Vietnam’s capital city and has one of the world’s highest population densities, intense traffic jams, frequent air pollution, and a lack of public spaces and greenery, but at the same time, the city has an importance in terms of preserving Vietnamese culture and old traditions. The house is designed for a three-generation family who wanted to create a harmonious space in the hectic city to enhance their sense of traditional family life. The site of the house is a typical plot for the long and narrow local tube houses: in the case of CH house, it is 4.2 m wide and 35 m long.

▼项目背景,context images ©ODDO architects

▼基地概况,master plan ©ODDO architects

 

灵感
Inspiration

CH住宅的设计灵感来自于河内的传统老屋,这些老屋设有内庭院,享有充足的阳光与通风。设计旨在为现代生活注入传统气息,同时营造出充满自然光的空间,保证屋内的自然通风。

▼设计草图,sketch ©ODDO architects

CH house was inspired by the traditional old houses of Hanoi, which have spaces full of natural light and ventilation, thanks to their inner courtyards. The design aims to bring a breath of traditional spirit to modern life, and at the same time, to create spaces full of natural light and ensure natural ventilation within the house.

▼临街外观,external view ©ODDO architects

 

立面保护
Facade Protection

房屋立面被设计成双层结构,外层由穿孔水泥块制成,内层为钢框玻璃。双层立面结合绿化,具有遮阳和防尘作用,并且给房屋带来自然通风。此外,立面上还设置大片窗户,在必要时让更多光线照进屋内,并且使立面看起来更具吸引力。

▼立面分析,facade diagram ©ODDO architects

The façade of the house is designed as a double layer, with an outer layer made from perforated cement blocks and a steel-framed glass inner layer. The double-layered façade, combined with a green layer, provides cover from the sun and dust and allows natural ventilation throughout the entire length of the house. The façade is also designed with a large window, providing even more light to fill the house when needed and giving the façade a more attractive look.

▼立面材质与开窗,material and window of facade ©Hoang Le photography

▼双层立面结构与绿化 ©Hoang Le photography
double-layered facade and green layer

 

空间布局
Space Layout

房屋分为两个功能区:占据两层楼的商业区域和家庭区域。在家庭区域,客厅、书房、餐厅和厨房等公共空间所在楼层不同、天花高度不一,形成连续的开放空间,便于家庭成员之间保持交流。尽管房屋宽度有限,但这种设计使空间真正变得开放,营造出意想不到的宽敞感。此外,两间儿童卧室位于主要公共区域上方,紧挨着通高空间,可以随时与楼下的家人联系。安静区域位于房屋最里面,设有祖父母的卧室和父母主卧。三个分隔房屋体量的通高空间是室内空间的要素,它们将自然光引至下层空间。

▼剖面,section ©ODDO architects

The functionality of the house is separated into two zones: the commercial area on two floors and the family area. The common spaces of the family area, such as the living room, library, dining room, and kitchen, are positioned on different levels with varying ceiling heights to compose a continuous open space to maintain communication among members of the family more easily. This design makes the space truly open and provides an unexpectedly spacious feeling, despite the limited width of the house. Additionally, the two children’s bedrooms are situated above the main common area, next to the void spaces, allowing connection with family members downstairs. The quiet area is located at the innermost part of the house and includes the grandparents’ bedroom and the parents’ master bedroom. Significant elements of the interior spaces are three void gaps separating the house’s volume to deliver natural light into the lower-level spaces of the house.

▼公共空间位于不同楼层,the common spaces are positioned on different levels ©Hoang Le photography

▼客厅,living room ©Hoang Le photography

▼餐厅,dining room ©Hoang Le photography

▼书房,library ©Hoang Le photography

▼楼梯,stairs ©Hoang Le photography

▼卧室入口,entrance of bedroom ©Hoang Le photography

▼卧室,bedroom ©Hoang Le photography

 

传统家庭
Traditional Family

在传统的越南家庭中,家庭联系十分紧密。几代人通常生活在同一屋檐下,并在这里进行各种家庭活动。在当今科技时代,随着智能手机和电视的出现,这种家庭联系已经被削弱。该项目的空间设计强调家庭成员之间的联系,尤其是在如今经济发展迅速的越南的匆忙生活方式的背景下。

Family ties in the traditional Vietnamese family are very strong. Usually, several generations live together under a single roof where many family events take place. In today’s world of modern technology, with smartphones and televisions, these ties have been weakened. The design of the space emphasizes the connections among the family members, especially in the context of today’s hurried lifestyle in the new, economically growing Vietnam.

▼家庭成员在通高空间互动 ©Hoang Le photography
family members interact in void space

 

绿化
Greenery

自然是对人们心理健康产生积极影响的重要因素。然而大城市的快速发展导致人们缺乏休闲的绿色空间。这就是在房屋内种植树木和植物的必要所在,它有助于创造平静的生活空间供人们释放压力。CH住宅不仅是居者之家,也是试图在人类与自然之间建立联系的场所,由于环境问题和有限的绿色空间,河内一直缺失这种联系。

▼绿化,greenery ©ODDO architects

Nature is an important element in providing a positive effect on people’s mental health. However, the rapid development of large cities creates a lack of green spaces for people to relax. That is why planting trees and plants inside the house is necessary and helps to create a peaceful living space to release stress. CH house is not only a home for dwellers but also a place attempting to create the linkage between humans and nature that is very often missing in Hanoi because of its many environmental problems and limited green spaces.

▼室内绿化,indoor greening ©Hoang Le photography

设计同时考虑家庭传统、当地气候和现代生活方式,旨在打造和谐统一的空间。

The intention was to design for spatial harmony, taking into consideration family traditions, the local climate, and contemporary lifestyles.

▼1&2层平面,1&2 floor plan ©ODDO architects

▼3&4层平面,3&4 floor plan ©ODDO architects

▼5层&屋顶平面,5 floor & roof plan  ©ODDO architects

▼立面,elevation ©ODDO architects

▼构造细部,detail ©ODDO architects

Architects: ODDO architects
Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
built up area: 220 m 2
floor area: 700 m 2
completed: 06 / 2019
construction time: 14 months
amount of dwellers: 6 members family
Photographer: Hoang Le photography

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