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Saigon House / a21studio

  • 20:00 - 26 May, 2015
Saigon House / a21studio
Saigon House / a21studio, © Quang Tran
© Quang Tran

© Quang Tran © Quang Tran © Quang Tran © Quang Tran +21

© Quang Tran
© Quang Tran

From the architect. Saigon has altered beyond recognition, for us, it is hard to call a development, it is, actually, a sequence of destructions: a destruction of culture, architecture values… and especially, our beautiful memories of Saigon.

© Quang Tran
© Quang Tran

Saigon house, is a space dedicated to the old Saigon-Gia Dinh, typically “Van Duong” Palace, an architecture masterpiece of a Saigonese, Vuong Hong Sen; however, it has been undermined by human stupidity.

© Quang Tran
© Quang Tran
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© Quang Tran
© Quang Tran

Saigon house, moreover, is our love to Saigon’s alleys, which are romantic with its rain and sunshine.

© Quang Tran
© Quang Tran
Cite: "Saigon House / a21studio" 26 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/635091/saigon-house-a21studio/>
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6 Comments

mofodehobo · June 03, 2015

The layout is a maximum plan of the varieties. When looking outwards there are objections. After consistent reverberation, thought not. Giving in was best.

JonasBergkvist · May 31, 2015

So what was that about human stupidity?

Huy Tran · May 30, 2015

This project is amazing so I hate to say this but, the weakness of this project is safety ,and there is only one exit if fire occurred .

John Delaney · May 28, 2015

Excellent. Could only work in this country with this climate...but isn't that the point?

common · May 27, 2015

What a project. Architecture in its finest moment. I'd love to live here.

nonja · May 27, 2015

wow

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