Looking up at an atrium with interior windows.
Modern home in Vietnam looks like a Jenga tower planted


Nestled among high-rise buildings, the Sky House is a little moment of quiet among the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Designed by MIA Design Studio, the single-family home is meant to be an oasis that brings nature into a decidedly unnatural setting.

The house rises into a white rectangular box punctured with terraces that jut out like Jenga pieces. Each of these extrusions contain lush vegetation, rendering the entire building into a giant potted plant of sorts.


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Though the house is relatively compact, the architects strived to create an airy, open space by bringing the outside in. The interior is split into two halves, each which a tree growing through it. A central atrium uses interior windows to create sight lines through the house while a skylight above sends light all the way down to the main floor, where there is an open living, dining, and kitchen area, plus a fish pond.


An open space with dining area and view of indoor pond.
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Living area with interior tree and glass wall.
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Bathroom that opens onto terrace
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Boxy house with plants growing out of extrusions.
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