Vo Trong Nghia Architects wraps Bat Trang House in perforated ceramic brick facade
Located in the pottery village of Bat Trang in Vietnam, Vo Trong Nghia Architects (VTN Architects) designed the five-storey Bat Trang House to represent the pottery and ceramic heritage of the town.
The house was built for a seven-person family that wanted a home that was intertwined with nature, while also functioning as a ceramics shop.
"The brief of the project was to design a home for a seven-member family and a place for relative get-togethers," Vo Trong Nghia Architects told Dezeen.
"Besides its residential uses, Bat Trang House also functions as a shop, trading the traditional ceramic products of the pottery town."