Long An Municipal Office Complex/ Design by Ho Thieu Tri architect and associates
















Architects: Ho Thieu Tri architect and Associates
Location: Long An, Viet Nam
Project Year: 2010
Images from: HTT group

Long An Municipal Office Complex locates at the center of politic – economy, culture – education of Long An province. The project is huge, modern, functional, powerful, artistic and friendly with the environment

The planning concept embellish the main project with a large square, tremendous water surface, large grass cover and trees which are selective. Besides, there are isolated green forests. All create beautiful landscape axis, develop the power and stature for general view.

Inside the project, the design reveals all administrative functions, especially the authority area located at the center with access, emergency exit and private shelter. One more typical point is a 800-seat-stadium and a meeting room. Working space, water surface and green trees interlace together, with large opening to create microclimate, sunshine and aeration.

The project has a special feature, that is the image of a boat on river in rural, a traditional boat decorated with timbale patterns and a modern boat on Vam Co river.

The project is designed with large curve canopy, sun panel pin which is the method of saving energy. In addition, the application of science and technology with modern facilities and smart architectural concept create a special feature for the project which is friendly with environment.

HTT Group was founded by Ho Thieu Tri, a French-Vietnamese architect, well-renowned for his renovation work at The Hanoi Opera House (1994-1997), among his many signatures throughout Vietnam and overseas. With a group of over 100 experienced, talented architects and designers, we are happy to continue to deliver successfully major large-scale national and international projects developments and contribute to the rebuild of Viet Nam.


Source: Ho Thieu Tri architect and Associates
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