This project celebrates the beauty of brickwork and minimalistic form making — the overall design quality is quintessentially Vo Trong Nghia, with pockets of greenery and trees sprouting from the flat rooftops. Square windows puncturing the seemingly impervious façades allow for light and air, creating interesting interplay of light and shadow throughout the day. Red bricks were used to create the 300 to 400 millimetre thick façade, which comprises two layers of wall — the void in between to allow for insulation to reduce energy use.


A distinctive feature is the elevated lightweight concrete pathway that serves as both a ‘sky-walk’ to the rooftop gardens/greenery and as shade to pedestrians at the ground level. The first floor garden system has been arranged ...


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