BES Pavilion by H&P Architects

By : Dennis Franklin | 27 Aug 2013 6:57 pm | Other, Urban

Located in the central area of Ha Tinh city in Vietnam, the BES Pavilion created by the practice of H&P Architects is a service space which was designed for the community as a place for art and culture.

The materials used are locally sourced and the building methods are traditional to the area so that the initials BES are really relevant for the project since they come from Bamboo, Earth and Stone which are all present in the design.

Spreading over a surface of 123 square meters the open air project tries to educate the users through its own design so that the aerodynamics, light diffusion, photosynthesis and plants used act as the teachers and examples which the locals need for a more eco-friendly way of life.

According to the designers they consider that the best way for the locals to learn about focusing on nature is by allowing each of them to contribute and create their own space by taking the BES Pavilion as an example and prototype.



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