The modernist house shown below is very simple in form and execution.
It is definitely not minimalist, though. The yellow accent color contrasted with the black facade at the lower floor provide plenty of interest in this composition. Since the lot is skewed to the street, the designer could add articulation in the facade with a projecting side and a receding side. Other than the articulation and the accent colors, this is a very fine simple composition. I would be proud to live here.
Unlike most Saigon houses, the entry floor architecture is part of the composition. Usually the lower floor is a commercial space so the entry facade is totally unrelated to the facade composition above. In this case, the house is not on a commercial street and therefore the entry is an integral part of family life in this house.
This house is on 14th Street (Đường Số 14) in District 6 of Ho Chi Minh City.