When you will see this house it will be difficult for you to understand that is it a nursery or a house. You will see lots of plants everywhere in front of the house arranged in vertical and horizontal order. Saigon in Vietnam is a city with the highest population densities in the world.
With so many people no place is left for trees and plants. So local residents are trying to solve this problem and for coming close to nature they are placing flower pots, exposed on balconies and windowsills of the building.
So taking this in mind and to give this look a arranged scenario designers from the Vietnamese architectural studio Vo Trong Nghia created Stacking Green – Garden House, where landscaping is an integral part of architecture.
Here is no wall in front of the house and the vertical garden on the front of this unique house is formed by dozens of layers of concrete slabs with the planters. The gap between the planters are different and do not have a definite rhythm.
Designing in this house of four-story whose width is 4 meters, while the depth is as much as 20 meters is done in such a way that privacy of the home owners does not get affected.
Automatic sprinkler system is installed in the planters which provide easy and convenient maintenance watering of plants. On whole this house is very close to nature as it protects against bright sunlight and noise, provides plenty of natural daylight and natural ventilation and maintains thermal balance.