Quay 6
Hai PhongViet Nam

An extensive renovation proposal of an existing hotel located in the heart of Hai Phong, one of Viet Nam’s biggest sea ports. 

The concept ties the historical location in the harbour with the current status of Hai Phong as a major trading gateway in a modern, vibrant and industrial city
“Quay 6” used to be the name of the harbour warehouses during the french occupation.

Novotel Han River
Da Nang Viet Nam

The 35 storey Gateway Tower is Danang’s tallest building. Set on the Han river in a strategic waterfront location commanding views to the local surf beaches and untouched mountains. It is characterized by strong vertical ribs reflecting the construction of the local timber framed fishing boats.

  • Bronze Prize – Vietnam National Architecture Award 2016


Thuy Khue
Ha Noi Vietnam

Mixed use towers with stunning northerly views out to West Lake. A modern interpretation of traditional handcrafted, Vietnamese privacy screens. 625 residential apartments above a 5 storey retail podium with extensive internal clubhouse facilities, capped off with a series of roof gardens.



Da Nang Viet Nam

‘Rainbow Trees’, a new entertainment complex on the banks of the Han River is located across from Novotel. 50,000 m² of retail, F&B and a central covered walkway inspired by tree canopies. Links to a new marina for river cruises.
Typhoon resistant – The trees are connected for increased structural strength, providing also sunshade & rain protection, whilst allowing daylight penetration and natural ventilation. The night time coloured lighting of the canopies takes inspiration from Da Nang’s fireworks.


Eco City
Da Nang Viet Nam

Eco City Da Nang- A master plan based on a series of sculptured river islands that create part of a livable city. Prominence is for pedestrian-friendly building fronts providing safe and walk able neighborhoods. The typical Asian townhouse is transformed by use of different building heights, roofscapes, materials and color that reflect the beach style setting.