High rise building Hoa Sen – Quy Nhon, Vietnam

The project provides a compromise between the mineral mass, thickness of the sand and earth (the base and its link to the ground) the vegetal lightness of the wind rustling in the fields and the rippling waves (the towers and the sky) As the Yin and the Yang, the man and the woman, the project consists of architectural elements that echo and reinforce each other. The base emerges from the mineral side of the town, from the sand of the beach. The towers flare in the air like rice stalks bent by the Wind On the ground, the heavy and mysterious base, as a stone heavily anchored, contains commercial activity. Density, sturdiness forms the roots of the project, a tactile presence with the city. Up above, elegance, shininess of the facades with large continuous balconies reflects the changing colors of the sky like grass stems swaying in the Wind.

 

Since millenaries, the architecture combines vegetable and mineral to bring harmony between the natural elements and human constructions. The project location has a dominant position within the changing city. The towers of Hoa Sen Group Quy Nhon are a project in the heart of town. They will be its future postcard map. The location, situated at the center of the City, is a visible and exceptional location between sea and mountain, in the bay center. Here, the goal is to be smart and stylish! The towers weave untold links between nature and the city, between the steep landscape of the mountains and the beautiful horizontality of the Langmai bay. The towers welcome symbolic, contemporary and iconic spaces, providing public and private spaces through a variety of spaces and poetic places. The towers represent human activity and its economic dynamism. They initiate a vertical development and a future density from the city center. In plan, the settlement of the towers evokes the wings of a butterfly which filter the views and positive energies between the mountains and the sea.

 

The towers are a patrimonial project at the Province of Quy Nhon’s scale. They shape the outline of the City for decades. They sculpt the horizon, as identifiable icons as are the Sham temples superbly settled from the beginning of the sixth century along the Vietnamese coast. They carry the identity and the specificity of the places, their history and their geography, attentive to the culture, art and customs, facing a development of undistinguishable and homogeneous international architecture.

 

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