(Phú Thủy, 1976)
On a corner lot in the center of Bat Trang Town, located just a few kilometers from the Vietnamese capital and known for its pottery-making tradition, stands this residence for the family of an old ceramics specialist. The building has three overlap
When Vietnam opened to international tourism, it was a strong boost for the economic growth of the country, but unleashed an uncontrolled urbanization process that has stripped the cities of their tropical forests and threatened their natural ecosyst
The flexible urban planning in this new neighborhood has permitted occupying the maximum area f the plots , to the detriment of green areas, wich are fewer and fewer. Reactingto this denaturalization of the tropical ecosystem of Ho Chi Min City and f
Located in the Dong Da district of the Vietnamese capital, the four-story prismatic building harbors two complementary programs: on the one hand, a showroom for the lighting products of an electronics company; on the other hand, an exhibition gallery
Freespace, the optimistic motto chosen for the 16th edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale, curated by Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara – Grafton Architects –, defends that architecture can be generous and functional at the same time. In line
Combining the advantages of the previous prototypes, the stainless steel lattice walls secure, support, and rigidify the frame of S House 3, which is clad with microcement and isolated from the ground by a concrete pedestal, ensuring its durability.
The single-family house is located in a new residential area in Ho Chi Minh City. The site is adjacent to a park on its northern side, which is a rare opportunity in the dense and hyperurbanized Vietnamese cities. The design therefore focused on buil
Located close to the center of Son La City and surrounded by mountains covered with dense tropical vegetation, this series of pavilions inspired in traditional Vietnamese architecture completes a touristic resort with a new multipurpose space. The pr
The house sits just a few meters from the water in the quiet residential neighborhood of Nha Trang, a touristic town in the southeast of the country. The project had to address two requests: on one hand, the client wanted a house with a large garden;
Designed for two generations of the same family, a young couple and the mother of one of the two, the design of the house is determined by the characteristic geometry of the plot on which it goes up: a rectangular, narrow, and elongated site, barely
The province of Son La, north of Vietnam, is an area with abundant nature of untouched forests and beautiful mountainscapes. Even with its strong cultural and natural beauty, there was little development or accommodation for tourists to recognize the
Vo Trong Nghia strives to make the world a better place, and tackles that titanic task in tune with nature. With the humble ambition of one who does not want to see the tsunami of urban development and prosperity destroy the essential landscapes of h
In a context of rapid urban growth, Vo Trong Nghia defends an architecture based on local knowledge, communion with nature, and social commitment.
Since the foundation of the studio in the year 2006, my work is based on these key principles: Through Meditation Through meditation, I observe how things are born and how they disappear; I realize that everything passes by, everything ends in a natu