Louvers House according to architects MIA Design Studio, “is not only a living shelter but also reflects the client’s living style”, a luxurious new home with a combination of spaces to maintain communication between generations of a Vietnamese family.
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Butterfly Spa Vietnam, Shynh House Centre HCMC – a curved concrete staircase like soft silk ribbon, angled glass panes and a stylised butterfly-wing exterior facade transform an old building into a luxurious spa by Module K.
The Modern Village Office, Da Nang, design by Ho Khue Architects, shortlisted at World Architecture Festival 2018 Awards: the rooftop is densely planted with plants to cool the lower floors. This floor houses the executive office, meeting room, and large open sided lunch room with a complete kitchen.
The World Heritage seascape of Halong Bay is Vietnam’s biggest attraction. Aedas-designed Alacarte Halong Bay Condotel Development occupies a prime seafront plot with large sweeps of clear views towards the heritage site.
LAVA has won two international competitions – for a mixed-use development Tien Bo City and the Detech company HQ. They are also designing a residential/office tower in Van Phu, an experiential tea shop, and, with their HCMC-based design partner Module K, a series of kindergartens.
The aim of the project design by H&P Architects is to help improve public capability to adapt and respond to climate change via re-use of waste items and efficient use of energy.
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Design: H&P Architects: the aim of the project is to help improve public capability to adapt and respond to climate change via re-use of waste items and efficient use of energy.
Design: H&P Architects: the Mành Mành Salon project develops an approach to reuse available materials such as doors, glass, tables and chairs, bricks, low-quality wood, to create a fresh and distinctive but friendly space to the nature.
Design: Truong An architecture – House for an artist, the building had to be harmonic with nature and his pets: a beautiful dog, a naughty cat, birds, a friendly pig and a turtle – regarded as his ‘friends’.
Architects: MIA DESIGN STUDIO: Through interactions with nature, man and trees become more intimate; space is opened up and simultaneously maintains privacy of individuals.
Design by gmp: The German House building reflects its future function of representing the Federal Republic of Germany in Ho Chi Minh City with its succinct architectural pattern language, in which the focus is on transparency and structure.
Design: gmp – von Gerkan, Marg and Partners: The new building was erected in Hanoi’s historic city center, at the site of the former People’s Building in the area known as the Citadel.