The project is in the context of a new urban area in the industrial park and port, with a massive construction process of factories and existing residential areas. The rapid and unbalanced development of industrial architectures, is accompanied by the lack of cultural identity and public space for people.
The project is located on 10,000m2 land, with multiple functions, such as: public area, eating area, leisure area and playground for children ... Instead of approaching architecture with steel structures, industrial-heavy forms and modularity of urban context. We approached architecture with craft, rough and emotions. The idea of a village with roofs has created images remind the familiarity of traditional culture but still bring the contemporary and interesting creation.
The layout is blocks of houses with different functions and the structure of blocks are surrounding a courtyard. The arrangement of blocks in different directions has created interesting views. This layout creates a combination of typical structures: sloping-tile roofs, columns, half-empty and half-full walls, which are familiar structures of Vietnamese traditional architecture with simple construction methods and saving cost.
The architecture provides a "free space" under the roof. One side of the free-space is closed by a wall to create privacy, and the other side opens to a garden in the courtyard. Activities can take place variously and flexibly in the free-space. The unlimited connection between the house and the garden is also reflected through the treatment of the floor, by removing the parallel of the floor and roof as usual. The floor can move freely both inside and outside the roof while bringing trees into the house. The walls throughout the project create separation of the main space and corridor area. Besides opening and closing through gaps in the wall related to traffic connection and opening views to the garden, there is also the function of ventilation and natural light, ...
Materials create a rough and rustic feel: the rough-concrete walls with uneven paint, the wood is kept the surface of cutting and covered with only a layer of protection oil, the rough-concrete floors. All of these create a rustic feature of the project.
Project Location: Phu My, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam
Site area: 10,000 m2
Completion year: 2020
Paints / Coatings / Finishes: Elite crete
Bathroom / Kitchens / Sanitary wares: Toto
Lighting / Electrical equipment: Suntek
Solar technology: Sumosolar
Architecture Firm: TAA DESIGN
Architects in Charge: Nguyen Van Thien, Nguyen Huu Hau, Nguyen Sy Tuan
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