Wyndham Garden Phu Quoc is a residential and landscape project finished by MIA Design Studio. Located in Vietnam, this collection of modern homes in the country features expansive hanging gardens that provide more privacy for the inhabitants.
To access each home, there are small covered walkways. Through the walkways, you can get a glimpse of the lush gardens. Once inside, the gardens will look more prominent with lush green plants.
The design for these expansive hanging gardens was inspired by the courtyards usually seen in traditional Vietnamese homes. Meanwhile, each lodge has a central swimming pool. And most of all, the swimming pool area is surrounded by a lot of lush plants.
The plants are hanging from the rooftop flowing down to the sides of the home. They create greenery curtain in a whimsical atmosphere.
Every house features a living room with a dining and kitchen area in an open layout. Greenery is also incorporated into the interior and this time it’s there to decorate the white walls.
The existence of the hanging garden is not only to unify the look around the swimming pool area, but also to offer a sense of privacy for a more private area like bedrooms.
Inside the bedroom, there’s built-in wood furniture to add more natural elements. The furniture is functioned as a wardrobe as well as a place to sit around and relax.
Some bedrooms have a built-in couch and floor to ceiling curtain to offer more privacy if needed.
One of the bathrooms features two separate vanities that perfectly frame the path to the bathtub situated outside. Again, some green plants are seen to decorate the white walls.