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Vo Trong Nghia interlocks a large number of bamboos in Green Ladder structure

WA Contents • August 31, 2016 • 2703

Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia created a new pavilion by interlocking numerous bamboos with greed bases, which were assembled in Vietnam and transferred to Australia. Called Green Ladder Pavilion, the installation was exhibited at the main garden of the Library of Queensland, Australia in three months. Then, “Green Ladder” has been moved to the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF), Sydney, displayed as a notable project for the upcoming exhibition, which was opened in (...)

Vo Trong Nghia installs a small forest of bamboo to mediate people with nature at Venice Biennale

WA Contents • June 13, 2016 • 1362

Vietnam-based architecture Vo Trong Nghia Architects' work 'Human-Mediation-Nature' is placed at the centre of Giardini that the visitors interact with this bamboo jungle immediately. Vo Trong Nghia's installation aims to resist globalisation in the static design norms of sustainability by developing architecture somewhere between infrastructure and landscape. This green-filled bamboo work kindly invites visitors to mediate with nature in order to understa (...)

Landmark Architecture converts old brick residential unit into a cocoon house in Vietnam

WA Contents • February 18, 2016 • 3907

all images © trieu chienVietnam-based architecture firm Landmark Architecture has renovated Vietnam's old brick residential unit with white and porous materials that remodulate the skin of the building in its own historical context. Titled as 'Coccon House', the residential unit is located in a row house in the expensive new urban area of Vietnam, but now this area is neglected after the economic crisis in Vietnam. After the economic conditions (...)

a21studio creates a shelter for local people by using Vietnam’s old boat

WA Contents • November 2, 2015 • 1160

all images © a21studio Vietnam-based design studio a21studio designed a shelter / a new hut stop for local people in the Nha Trang city of Vietnam, which can force the artistic boundaries between functionality and temporal designs. The installation is made up of a Vietnam  materials -an old boat and the design provides a shelter for the residents- one of the boat is reversed and superimposed over the other boat- and these boats are mounted on slim bamboo sticks -whi (...)

Work vision

Trung Tran • April 24, 2013 • 462

Mr. Trung's work represents a strong belief that a good work of architecture or planning must last generations. He carries a personal quest to make a better society through his passion for designing one job at a time. He believes in honesty, a respectful team work and reasoning to find benefitial outcomes to all parties, from end-users, consultants, clietns and the cities the projects set in. (...)