Quiin House / 23o5studio


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  • Architects: 23o5studio
  • Location: District 6, Vietnam
  • Lead Architects: Ngô Việt Khánh Duy
  • Design Team: Hưng Trần, Mai Tiến Ninh, Sang Vũ
  • Area: 100.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: KIngkien Photoghraphy

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From the architect. Quiin – A person who loves simplicity, simplicity but rebellious. Quiin House is designed from interaction and mutual respect in work. Our mission in implementing the Quiin House project is to create a quiet, clean and inspirational space. A space where Quiin can comfortably reflect, create, craft a handmade or capture. So the only thing we think we need to provide in this project is “Cavity” and “Light”.


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© KIngkien Photoghraphy

Section

Section

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With some urgent constraints in the minimal functional spaces and worship culture of the Chinese, in this project, we have tried to create a transparent space – the “invisible”. Mostly through the design of functional blocks around. The functional blocks are anchored in the “empty space”. As the creation of the air in the teapot – the “invisible” by molding the teapot – the “visible”. Besides, Function blocks – the “visible” is the isolation layer needed to create a quiet and clear space for the “invisible” gap. Light, in this project, is the emotional catalyst and connect the “cavity” in the building.


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Ground Floor Plan

Ground Floor Plan

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© KIngkien Photoghraphy

Second Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

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Quiin House / 23o5studio


© KIngkien Photoghraphy

© KIngkien Photoghraphy
  • Architects: 23o5studio
  • Location: District 6, Vietnam
  • Lead Architects: Ngô Việt Khánh Duy
  • Design Team: Hưng Trần, Mai Tiến Ninh, Sang Vũ
  • Area: 100.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: KIngkien Photoghraphy

© KIngkien Photoghraphy

© KIngkien Photoghraphy

From the architect. Quiin – A person who loves simplicity, simplicity but rebellious. Quiin House is designed from interaction and mutual respect in work. Our mission in implementing the Quiin House project is to create a quiet, clean and inspirational space. A space where Quiin can comfortably reflect, create, craft a handmade or capture. So the only thing we think we need to provide in this project is “Cavity” and “Light”.


© KIngkien Photoghraphy

© KIngkien Photoghraphy

Section

Section

© KIngkien Photoghraphy

© KIngkien Photoghraphy

With some urgent constraints in the minimal functional spaces and worship culture of the Chinese, in this project, we have tried to create a transparent space – the “invisible”. Mostly through the design of functional blocks around. The functional blocks are anchored in the “empty space”. As the creation of the air in the teapot – the “invisible” by molding the teapot – the “visible”. Besides, Function blocks – the “visible” is the isolation layer needed to create a quiet and clear space for the “invisible” gap. Light, in this project, is the emotional catalyst and connect the “cavity” in the building.


© KIngkien Photoghraphy

© KIngkien Photoghraphy

Ground Floor Plan

Ground Floor Plan

© KIngkien Photoghraphy

© KIngkien Photoghraphy

Second Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

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