By Ron. Amazing Home. Published at Thursday, April 12th, 2018 - 07:36:54 AM.
The Terra Cotta Studio, that is located by the side of the Thu Bon river in the Province of Quang Nam, central Vietnam, has a unusual structure. This studio is famous as it serves as the art studio and workshop of a famous Vietnamese artist Le Duc Ha; in this place, he makes amazing pottery and sculptures. As expected to come from a renowned artist, the studio itself has an outstanding art structure, that already we can see from the outside.
This building has a cube shape. Surrounding the building are bamboo frames that are used to dry out The Terra Cotta Studio’s art products. The bamboo frames are also designed to have two large benches that can be used to rest and relax, or maybe to have a cup of coffee or tea.The bamboo frames, although serves as some kind of fence that divide the art studio with the surrounding area, looks integrated and become a part of its surrounding nature.
The bricks that construct the house were purposely built interleaved in order to create holes that allow the natural wind to come inside the house. No need to install air conditioners in this kind of structure. These unusual ‘walls’ also allow the owner/artist to have a good interaction with the nature surrounding the house. We can imagine the owner/artist hears the river’s sound and feels the gentle breeze of the wind as he seeks for inspiration.
“The art studio was planned as a location to contain, spread, and contemplate the artist’s emotion with his artworks, either finished or unfinished one,” said by the architecture firm designed the place.
The studio’s interior can be described as a three-level frame system, mainly made from wood. The interior is dominated with square modules that act as spots to display the artworks. There’s a stairway that leads to upstairs and into hallways; there we can found several seating benches. As you go through the studio’s hallways, at the same time you can view the workshop, and the Thu Bon river, as well as the vast garden surrounding the studio via the perforated bricks that serve as the windows of the house.
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