Bac Ninh is a satellite city of Hanoi and is an emerging city fueled by its growing manufacturing economy attracting companies all over the world. Located In the center of the city, landmark towers will reach up to 45 Floors will give shape to its future’s skyline. The Bac Ninh Twin Towers is an exciting new luxury residential and hospitality development that brings urban living to the heart of Bac Ninh.

The towers are design in a way the clear hierarchy is being created where tower orientation responds to its direct surroundings and reassures panoramic clear views to its surroundings.

One of the key features is a sky bridge at 138-meter above ground providing a stunning view deck for its visitors of the area. Also amenities for the hotel are located at this height including pool, gym and restaurant. The multi-storey decks are being created by various “string figures” looping back and forth between the two towers.

The 188-meter building features high-end apartments with panoramic views, a 5-star hotel, pedestrian plaza with restaurants and shops that will serve the local community as well as the new residents in the tower. The apartments can be naturally ventilated for most of the year.

The material selection is catered to local available materials with a pallet of calm, pure and natural materials. The façade has a soft movement of louvers in response to the solar position from sunrise to sunset. This movement is accentuated with façade lighting design reinforcing the buildings elegant silhouette in the evening and at night.



Project Type: Mixed-Use
Location: Bac Ninh, Vietnam
GFA: 76,000 m2
Number of floors: 45
Status: Design Completed

Architecture Design: Van Aelst I Nguyen and Partners (VA.NG)

Architecture Design Team: Steve Van Aelst, Hồ Trọng Nhân, Anna Reznik , Đỗ Tâm Phúc, Hà Phương Quỳnh Hương, Huỳnh Huy Tiến, Trần Minh Long, Trần Đạt Khánh Huy, Bùi Ngọc Tú, Võ Ngọc Quang, Tony Nguyen.

Bac Ninh Twin Towers by Steve Van Aelst in Vietnam won the WA Award Cycle 34. Please find below the WA Award poster for this project.

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