Phú Mỹ, Vietnam
Aiming to improve the living quality of high-rise complexes in urban areas, Nguyen Van Thien of TAA Design and his design team have completed a complex of accommodations and resorts for professionals living and working in Phu My town, where the largest concentration of industrial parks in Ba Ria Vung Tau province is located, with many heavy industrial factories and container ports.
The concept behind creating “flying greenery blocks” with a width of 2-3.5m is to provide a variety of outdoor activities, such as a garden, elevated playground, etc.
These flying blocks are integrated into each space to offer a natural experience and relaxation after a day of work in the industrial park.
The blocks are arranged in a staggered manner to create vertical spaces for trees to grow and develop, while also creating a lively rhythm on the façade.
The layout is divided into 4 blocks, with the traffic lane also serving as a natural ventilation gap to increase airflow.
The combination of the extended blocks and large trees provides shade to the surface of the building.
Project: The Flying Block Hotel
Architects: TAA Design
Lead Architect: Nguyen Van Thien
Design Team : Tran Anh Huy and Ngo Thi Bao Nhi
Photographers: Hoang Le