the world's most visited architecture website
All
Projects
Products
Events
Competitions
  1. ArchDaily
  2. Projects
  3. Houses
  4. Vietnam
  5. Landmak Architecture
  6. 2013
  7. Viet Pavilion / Landmak Architecture

Viet Pavilion / Landmak Architecture

  • 01:00 - 17 March, 2014
Viet Pavilion / Landmak Architecture
Viet Pavilion / Landmak Architecture, © Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

© Le Anh Duc  © Le Anh Duc  © Le Anh Duc  © Le Anh Duc  + 34

  • Architects

  • Location

    Ninh Binh, Vietnam
  • Architects in Charge

    Ta Tien Vinh, Truong Tuan Chung
  • Area

    423.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2013
  • Design Team

    Nguyen Thi Thu Phuong, Vu Nam Son, Bui Huy Toan, Nguyen Hoang Hai, Vu Thi Quynh Giao, Le Thanh Ha, Do Tho Ha, Vu Xuan Hai, Pham Van Kien
  • General Contractor

    Tan Truong Thanh
  • Project manager

    Nguyen Thuong Dinh
  • More Specs Less Specs
© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

First Floor Plan
First Floor Plan

It is easy to build a new urban which is beautiful, comfortable, spacious, and airy. However, it is not easy to create the spirit-inspiring place, especially in Vietnam where new urban are currently blooming, rather like each other and duplicate a lot of French classical architecture.

© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

A 700-metre-square plot located in one urban area and the owner is a youth. Behind the wheels of hurried life, it is time for him to contemplate what he needs ... He wants a eminently-local and indigenous-nuances space.

© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

The project is located in Vietnam's ancient capital - Ninh Binh province where religion is diverse and complex, especially there is a parallel existence, even mix, of Buddhist and Christian (the West and the East). Faced an urban with complex architectures style, we are actuated to approach the design in terms of "nation" and “local identity” which we define as a cultural space. The place is for communicating, thinking of past, and also conducting business.

© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

The work is formed by a series of stone walls (stone is taken from local area, built by local people in traditional way). The 70-cm-thick walls are combined to create architectural contrasting spaces: Close - Open, Inside - Outside, Old - New, Soft - Rough.

Section
Section

In the hollow space, we "drop" into the block and vice versa. By the hollow space, natural elements such as sunning, raining, winding directly enter the house. This way makes the house become environmentally friendly with typically tropical and traditional characters.

© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

The house is divided into the independent spaces which can be accessed from the main lobby and each space brings the owner different feeling. The space concepts are taken from traditional space of Northern Vietnam:

© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

- A Village Pagoda - It often has a drum. Before starting the village fair, people often beat a drum to perform some rituals, and then the festival entertainment activities happen.

© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

- A Village Pond – It is a public space where, in the past, the Vietnamese often come to get water for daily activities, take a bath, get laundry. These village ponds usually have a lot water-fern.

© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

- A Front Yard – It is for relaxing, taking the air, receiving guests, taking a nap.

© Le Anh Duc
© Le Anh Duc

- A space for singing and entertainment activities.

- An old brick fireplace – It will help people to remind a part of village in Vietnam. The old brick fireplace has been providing mainly building materials for people. It is now gradually disappearing, and for many Vietnamese elderly, it is only in memory.


View the complete gallery

About this office
Cite: "Viet Pavilion / Landmak Architecture" 17 Mar 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/486618/viet-pavilion-landmak-architecture/> ISSN 0719-8884
Read comments
Read comments

You've started following your first account!

Did you know?

You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.