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Franken Architekten | Sao Mai Residence

Concept & Competition Franken Architekten | Sao Mai Residence

Franken Architekten | Sao Mai ResidenceA 16-story residential high-rise with mixed usage is being built in Ho Chi Minh City in the emergent south of Vietnam. The façade is parametrically controlled and arranges the variably sized windows across overlapping gradients. Sliding sun protection elements reinforce this effect; they both adorn the façade and protect it from the tropical sun. The pile driving and foundation work have been completed, and work has already begun on the basement story.

Franken Architekten | Sao Mai Residence

Franken Architekten | Sao Mai ResidenceFollowing the successful sale of the apartments the four-story model house will be transformed into an apartment building.

Location: Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
Architect: Franken  Architekten 
Project name: Sao Mai Residence
BGF: 11.000 qm
Status: in progress
Team: Bernhard Franken, Christoph Cellarius, Lotte Cellarius, Daniel Völker , Khuong Hoang Hai, Nguyen Viet Hung, Tran Duc Thuan, Tran Duc Phuc, Tuan Tong
Partner: Arup Vietnam Ltd., Transform
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