Let V.scale note the following 4 notes to create a standard Indochine style building. Indochine style is a style created by the French. When carrying out the colonization of colonial countries in Indochina. However, has the architect, as well as the owner, done the right thing?

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4 notes to create a standard Indochine style

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In Indochine style, the design of the building needs to be in harmony with the overall surroundings. We need to arrange orchards and lakes in the posting position according to the construction axis. Trees, lakes, small, young sets have the effect of decoration while cooling the space.

See details: Beautiful landscape design for Indochine villa project.

Source: La Maison De Campagne Resort (Collectors)


Lighting is an indispensable element with any interior architecture. In Indochina design works, this element needs even more attention to avoid too dark space, lack of light.

Learn more about The Light Element in Indochine Style Interiors.

  • Natural Lighting Solutions

In Indochine style, the door is a system that takes wind and natural light for the building. Indochine door systems usually have a 2-layer structure,. The outer layer is a leaf door for wind. The inside layer is usually glass doors, wood blue or convenience for getting light.

Nowadays, we also use the covering partition a lot for getting light. Wooden blue partitions, touching patterns, pure Vietnamese motifs. Both create a space divider, ensure natural light throughout, and create a high aesthetic effect.

  • Artificial Lighting Solutions

When natural light is not enough to meet, artificial light coming from the lighting system will be in charge. Of ensuring light for the entire home space.

See also: Indochine Style

Refer to some Indochine-style designs by V.scale:

Feng Shui

Homeowners who love Indochina style are often lovers of traditional, old values. Therefore, feng shui is also one of the factors that are noticed.

We arrange the interior on a vertical axis.

We found basic feng shui elements in Indochine style interiors such as:

Order, symmetry and spiritual factors: the arrangement and layout of the work. They must be symmetrical in a central axis, with pairs, by the sanctuary of Buddhism influence.


Indochine style signature interior

The interior is the most important factor to create a standard Indochine style. In addition to aesthetics, the interior must meet and cons meet the habits of the people and the tropical monsoon climate in Vietnam. Factors to pay attention to are colors, interior materials, decorative patterns…

It is necessary to ensure that the basic features. True to Indochine interior standards but still luxurious, suitable for comfortable and modern functions.


Indochina-style interiors use neutral tones such as light yellow, creamy yellow, white to create a cool feeling. The interior space is a combination of neutral colors and natural colors. Of wood, rattan evokes Asian substance.



The main interior materials in Indochine style are wood, rattan, tile, baked brick… These are all familiar materials, close to the Vietnamese.

Decorative motifs

We show the traditional Vietnamese fine art elements in Indochine patterns and motifs: errge motifs, rectangular motifs, still life, fruit flowers, animal motifs, reliefs, round statues … used a lot.

In addition, we dedicate some typical interior products to Indochine style. Such as carved furniture, nacre mosaic, anti-, collapsed, ogany, authorized, lacquerware.


Source: Four Seasons The Nam Hai (Collecting)

Thus, designing a standard Indochine-style building is not difficult. If the architect and the host pay attention to the V.scale notes given above. Indochine-style interior design with unique features connecting the present and the past. Between classic and modern, between East and West cultures. 


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