About me I am now a third year student of Architecture Department of University of Architecture in HCM city. In present, I am looking for a way to do architecture that appropriates me the best. In my opinion, architecture is a field that strictly based on working. The most important thing an architect have to do is learning in his work and learning â€œdoing jobâ€?. Young students an architects have a long way to go before they find out their own style. Therefore, I strongly look forward to There working as well as learning in architecture design studio, even from the smallest thing.
Education 2016 - present: student of University of Architecture Ho Chi MInh city (UAH)
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Social Experience 2017 - 2018: Commissioner in Student Council of Architecture Department April 2017: Member of Net Thang Sketching Competitionâ€™s Organizers (Media Design team) 2017 - 2018: Leader of Human Resource 20
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team in Welcome Festival of
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Working Experience January 2018: Backdrop Design and decoration
Hand Model making foamboard | cardboard | balsa wood
Project On-going Scientific Research about communicative space in traditional architecture of Vietnam for renovation the urban space in District 1 HCMC
Personal Projects 03-10 11-20
Journey of Stones Hung Kingâ€™s Temple
Boxes in and out Residental Complex
Teamwork Projects 21-30 31-36
There is a whole world in the boxes Two - week project: Inovative school
Pre - Traditional Festival installation project
Additional Skills 37-38 39-42
Sketching Hand model making
Hung Kingâ€™s Temple
JOURNEY OF STONES
Located in th center of Tao Dan park, district 1, Hung-King temple here at first, is the smaller verson of Hung-King Temple in Phu Tho. However, the question is, what exactly is the temple? Is there neccesary to build a temple with a form merely duplicated from the original verson? In my opinions, the most important factor while people step in a temple is the feeling that place gives
reveerness, honor... those feelings can be experienced in not only the traditional architecture, but also a modern form.
The project uses big-size stones to arrange and build the space obey the basic form: rectangular. This form allow us to make a modern space but still keep graveness for the temple. By using stones arranged disjointedly, light can be used as a emphasized tool, with is unlackable in traditional temple.
Ho Chi Minh city is a young and energetic city, therefore, a temple with a modern form can easier actract people, whom almost lost interesting in visiting temple while they live in a busy city.
Form can be disappear among the time, but the
space belongs to
reveerness will live forever
B OX ES I N AN D OU T Beyond the old rules and impresstions about typical residental complex, BOXES IN AND OUT is a new definition which combines the basic rules of social housing and the youthful creation. The overall idea responds to both two criterions: ensuring the basic conveniences for each apartment in private space, using the mediate space, public space to transfer them into diferrent wolrd in order to create the most jointful feeling in views.
The idea of site plan is using the geometric form to define overall areas: private area and public area. The creation in dividing spaces is rotating those â€œgeometric-form
architecture for each apartment. Spaces between those area will become potential bases for landscape, traffic lines, and also youthful space for enj enjoying and relaxing. Further more, changing number of floors randomly and adding overhead-walking bridge is two important factors that create many different public places that have impressive position. People live in BOXES IN AND OUT will have motivation to go outside and communicate with neighbors regularly, thanks to these beautiful public places.
3RD FLOOR PLAN
1ST FLOOR SITE PLAN 16
Two-week project Inovative school
THERE IS A WHOLE WORLD IN THE BOXES The question for this project is: â€œWhat is the space for a new education?â€? So what is a new education? In Vietnam nowaday, traditional education methods are dividing students into different levels, different groups, using many similar classrooms for teaching. Therefore, these methods formed a typical school with rows of classrooms. A ll activities of students are put in these closed spaces. There is no, or few connection between students from different class, between students and outdoor life.v
The first target of an idea is to change the traditional classroom module into a new thing that more energetic. Different activities should have different space to occur, also should be enjoyed by all students at the same time. Using other waty to think, every student should have chances to spare time together, learning, playing music or sports, despite differences in age, class, or gender...
While the activities have been pulled outside, they, by themselves, automatically create “zones”. Different activities make different “zone”. Factors are gathered enough, then the mission of the team is to arrange and build these factors become an authentic architecture. The “zones” are one of the most significant element in this project.
The original school the team chose to process a project has two buildings seperated by a church. This unique case is based on the history of the church, while the school had been belonged to the church. Because of this seperation, students in two buildings rarely have chances to communicate. Students need teacher help them pass the church’s front yard to get in another building. This rule make students lost their activeness to go between two buildings.
There are so many ideas for the target “connect two buildings”. The idea has to be creative in architecture form, but also ensure the safety for students and the formalness of the church. The ‘zones’ will be used as a main factor in the design, but the question is: what is the exact form? An organic form to express nature or a form that merely make students feel interested and exited?
The last design that the team agreed is using module of rectangular box connected by stairs and ramps. This module give students proper spaces to enjoy there activities. Spaces can also transfer from inside to outside, by adding or de-adding faces of the box. Further more, these group of modules easely express a big-scale form that give the feeling â€œtwo buildings want to approach each otherâ€?
.... and after those boxes appears.
Pre-Traditional Festival installation project
TRANSFORMING The topic of Pre-Traditional Festival’s Competition 2017 in UAH is “An exhibition space” with dimensions 3x3x2.5m. Beyond the typical imagination about a space full of photos, the team started the idea with “multi”. A place that has multi ways to approach, multi ways to travel inside, will give people whom visit it has different experiences. Using a rectangular frames, combining with pieces of semi-translucent fabric, TRANSFORMING is a space that once people step into it, they will have many different sight of view about the space of this university. The scenes never change, but the way each one see it is unique, because different people have different routes in TRANSFORMING.
Selected Projects 2016-2018