Posts Tagged ‘Vietnam’
Wednesday, February 28th, 2018
Article source: MW archstudio
The house locates in Nha Trang City–southern part of Central Vietnam. “204 House” is a Individual House project with site area is 117sqm, wide facade is 6m.
The house is close to a noisy environment,densely populated area and many polluted emissions from motor vehicles with very large volumes in Nha Trang city-a typical environment existing in urban areas of Vietnam. There are many narrow house in this area,or in this city in particular and in Vietnam in general, always lack of natural light, use a lot of lighting and air conditioning systems. Hence,those projects have created a consequence of consumption of electricity;heat radiation and energy sources discharged into the environment are enormous.
Image Courtesy © MW archstudio
- Architects: MW archstudio
- Project: 204 House
- Location: Nha Trang, Vietnam
Tuesday, February 27th, 2018
Article source: ALPES Green Design & Build
From the Architects: Children from centuries in the past until now were born and raised in the countryside without many amenities and little money. These are now successful city dwellers. They are now modern but have not forgotten the images and feeling of cement rooves, the low brick walls, and the bamboo that permeates the village.
Image Courtesy © Hiroyuki Oki
- Architects: ALPES Green Design & Build (Ho Khue Architects)
- Project: The Modern Village Office
- Location: An Hai Bac Ward, Son Tra District, Da Nang, Viet Nam
- Photography: Hiroyuki Oki
- Design Team: Kevin Baratt (US), Phi Thi My Dung, Phan Thanh Nam
- Interiors Design: Oakpin Interiors
- Area: 350 sqm
- Project Year: 2016
Tuesday, January 30th, 2018
Article source: 07BEACH
The major design components for the first shop in Vietnam of Japanese cheese tart brand BAKE.
[Customers queue in a vertical direction]
To utilize the property’s character which faces a street and has a double-height ceiling,
The stairs from the entrance to the cashier was designed to show passersby customers are queuing in vertical direction.
It made each tart-display table be stair-like and inside floor for staff be sloped.
Image Courtesy © Joe Chikamori
- Architects: 07BEACH
- Project: Cheese Tart Shop “BAKE”
- Location: 68 Ngo Duc Ke, District1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Photography: Hiroyuki Oki
- Software used: Vectorworks
- Gross Built Area: 69.6 m2
- Completion Year: 2017
Tuesday, November 21st, 2017
Article source: AD+studio
“Nhà phố” – a kind of architectural feature of Ho Chi Minh city has been built rapidly in bulk in the correspondence with the city’s development and the society’s need.
In addition to the intended use, some of the townhouses are being used as a business base; they come out in a rush and are operated almost the same based on the constructors and investors’ using habit and living environment. It has led to the result that there is little change in the building’s plan: the atrium and stair are arranged in the middle of the house, dividing the house into two separate parts. This arrangement since then has created many problems in terms of ventilation and lighting as well as the privacy of the surrounding living spaces but there is still no reasonable solution.
Image Courtesy © Dũng Huỳnh
- Architects: AD+studio
- Project: Backyard House
- Location: Phú Nhuận Dist, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Photography: Dũng Huỳnh
- Lead Architects: Nguyễn Đặng Anh Dũng
- Design Team: Bùi Thanh Sang, Nguyễn Hữu Thể Trang, Nguyễn Văn Trung, Trịnh Hằng Tuyến, Võ Đình Huỳnh
- Gross Built Area: 240m2
- Completion Year: 2017
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Article source: VTN Architects
The FPT Technology building is part of the first stage of a larger master plan to convert the university to a globally competitive environmentally conscious university. The building acts as a gateway to the campus and the green façade clearly dictates the future direction of the campus. Since FPT University offers Information Technology (IT)-related courses, the campus is designed to maintain a healthy balance between physical and virtual environment, as well as to improve our relationship with nature. As the building is the first stage of the expanding university it has been designed to be adaptable in it program to accommodate the varying programmatic requirements of the future.
Image Courtesy © Hiroyuki Oki and Hoang Le
- Architects: VTN Architects
- Project: The Administration Building Of Fpt University
- Location: Lang Hoa Lac, Hanoi, Vietnam
- Photography: Hiroyuki Oki and Hoang Le
- Client: FPT University
- Principal Architect: Vo Trong Nghia
- Associate Architect: Vu Hai
- Interior design: group 8 asia
- GFA: 11,065 m2
- Status: 01.2017
Sunday, October 29th, 2017
Article source: Chơn.architects
“This photographs were taken when the project has been finished for 2 years. In the Vietnam ‘s context of extremely fast urbanization, two years is enough to clearly perceive the interactions of the project with people and the environment”.
We-designers and client, who are young generation-have come to location together. This site is land have main façade face to the west in a new urban area. The opposite is the weedy land that was planted to be a small park in the future.
Image Courtesy © Quang Trần
- Architects: Chơn.architects
- Project: Blinds Townhouse
- Location: Nha Trang city, Vietnam
- Photography: Quang Trần
- Lead architect: Nguyễn Công Toàn
- Partners: Trần Kim Trọng, Phan Ngọc Danh
- Area: 5×19.5 m
- Form: 5×15.5m – 3 floor
- Project year: 2015
Thursday, October 12th, 2017
Article source: Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects
The house is located in a small narrow neighborhood in Vinh City, a middle part of Vietnam. The four sides of the land are surrounded by other houses. The entrance of land is a long narrow cul-de-sac with an area of 2×10 and the final part is a folding shape with an area of 4x12m. Architects were asked to design a small house for a middle-aged couple and a daughter.
Image Courtesy © Hoang Le
- Architects: Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects
- Project: The Cul-de-sac house
- Location: Vinh City, Nghe An, Vietnam
- Photography: Hoang Le
- Area: 120m2
- Year: 2016
Friday, September 22nd, 2017
Article source: NISHIZAWAARCHITECTS
Located in a suburb of ChauDoc town in AnGiang province, Southern Vietnam, this house is a sharing residence of 3 nuclear families who are kin. Although this project budget was tightened with local standards, which only allowed us to build a house with thin corrugated metal panels, we have tried to satisfy not only the regional spirits but also the rich lifestyle in which is fulfilled by sunlight, greenery and natural ventilation, as it were, living in a half-outdoor gardens.
The façade is wrapped by thin corrugated metal, which contributes not only to save the construction cost but also to blend with surrounding houses, Image Image Courtesy © Hiroyuki Oki photos
- Architects: NISHIZAWAARCHITECTS
- Project: House in Chau Doc
- Location: AnGiang province, Vietnam
- Photography: Hiroyuki Oki photos, nishizawaarchitects photos
Tuesday, September 5th, 2017
Article source: OMGEVING cvba
The joint venture HUNI architectes + OMGEVING + Boydens Engineering + Hydroscan + NEY & partners has won the prestigious international design competition for the refurbishment of the Central Square in the Vietnamese city of Da Nang, in ex aequo with CallisonRTKL. The jury opted for two laureates from sixteen retained candidate design teams.
Image Courtesy © OMGEVING cvba
- Architects: OMGEVING cvba
- Project: International landscape design competition for the Central Square of Da Nang
- Location: Da Nang, Vietnam
- Managing Director: Landscape architect . spatial planner
- Designer: Joint venture HUNI architectes + OMGEVING + Boydens Engineering + Hydroscan + NEY & partners
- Client: Da Nang Construction Technical Center – Da Nang Construction Department
- Partners: HUNI architectes (France – Vietnam), Boydens Engineering (Belgium – Vietnam), Ney&partners (Belgium – Vietnam) and Hydroscan (Belgium)
- Surface area: 5 hectare
- Date of design: 2017
Thursday, August 31st, 2017
Article source: RÂU ARCH
The project is a combination of accommodation, convalescence, restaurant and food service to be built to serve the needs of tourists visiting the spring water stream.
Image Courtesy © Hùng Râu Kts
- Architects: RÂU ARCH
- Project: MOỌC Spring
- Location: Suối Nước Moọc, Quảng Bình, Vietnam
- Photography: Hùng Râu Kts
- Lead Architect: Hùng Râu KTS
- Construction works: engineer Nguyen Khac Thuc and engineer Duong Anh Tuan
- Built Area (m2 or sqft): 380 m2
- Footprint: 760 m2
- Completion Year: 2016