I think visitors will be interested to know about the extraordinary blooming house, which is a magnificent project designed by H&P Architects and located in beautiful Vietnam. It was realized in two phases, the first one in March 2011 and the final one in March 2013.
The designers had to consider several nuances: a poor neighborhood in the center of Vietnam with typical hot weather all year round, but with rainy autumn months often accompanied by floods… A proper building had to be constructed, suitable for housing, which would meet all needs and be built quickly enough.
The solution was to assemble it in a simple form (bolting, canopies, support, and more) using bamboo modules. In the event of flooding, the structure would be strong enough to stay afloat. Space is structured for flexible functional use (residential, educational, health, public) and considers the possibility of expansion as needs grow over time.
During the construction were used both local materials (bamboo, leaves, etc) and recycled materials: oil tanks, plastic containers. All this was erected in conjunction with local traditional architectural characteristics and makes each building special.
A sound and cost-effective construction solution. The price of the construction work is about $1,500 to $2,000 for the construction part. There is the possibility of mass production of modules, as well as the ability of residents to build everything with their own hands.
Residents can learn how to use buildings like this. The technical values will serve as useful educational examples in geology and hydrology, physics (light scattering), biology (photosynthesis), agriculture and other fields. It will have a major impact on globalization, the behavior of residents in the future, and make a significant contribution to maintaining ecological balance and economic stability. To all of the above, the new buildings will be incorporated into the local culture. Did you like the idea of building a house like this? Answer in the comments!