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TRAN NGOC VY

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Cover photo: Neues museum | David Chipperfield by Vy Tran


TRAN NGOC VY

Phone: +39 366 3130667 Email: vytranarch@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE

WORKING EXPERIENCE

Learning and working in a professional environment that could develope my professional abilities. It's a wonderful op­portunity to demonstrate my skill set while learning more about the importance of professional practice.

March - July 2019:Â Internship at Smarch studio, Italy. http://www.smarch.it/

EDUCATION Politecnico di Milano, Italy Master of Science in Architecture Average mark 110/110

9/2016 - 7/2019

Dec 2018 - Feb 2019: Internship at Maurizio Carones studio, Italy. Jan - June 2016: Work at Structon Group, Vietnam. Bim Coordinator and Quantity Surveyor Modeling buildings in Revit Architecture, add information to details, manage projects as well as calculate construction costs.

Ho Chi Minh University of Architecture Vietnam Bachelor degree in Architecture

2010 - 2015

2015: Internship at Ong&Ong Company, Vietnam.

Quoc Hoc - Hue High school, Vietnam

2007 - 2010

2014: Revit and Photoshop tutor Teaching junior students architectural softwares at home.

SKILLS

STATISTICS

Architecture Software Adobe Photoshop Revit Architecture Sketch up Pro Lumion Auto CAD Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Adobe Lightroom 3ds Max Corona render

Winner at Archi-world Academy competition 20172019 - Building in smart cities Shortlisted project at Child-friendly public space architecture competition in Ukraine. Top 15 high mark bachelor graduation thesis in Ho Chi Minh architectural university. Shortlist of Loa Thanh (Vietnam national architectural competition) for architecture graduation project.

LANGUAGE Vietnamese English

Native language Ielts 7.0


Milan, October 6th 2019 To Whom It May Concern Letter of recommendation for Tran Ngoc Vy We are pleased to confirm that Vy completed his internship in our office from March 2019 to July 2019. During his stay he worked almost exclusively on the largest and most important project within our office: SMT New Milan, October 6th 2019 Offices, a proposal for the new entrance building to a factory producing luxury knitwear, of approximately 1000 sqm. Vy helped us bring the project into Archicad and in the process was instrumental in solving both technical To Whom It May Concern but also formal issues. He further produced a series of renders in 3DSmax that were fundamental in illustrating and selling the project to the client. Letter of recommendation for Tran Ngoc Vy Other relevant experiences: We are pleased to confirm that Vy completed his internship in our office from March 2019 to July 2019. During his stay he worked almost exclusively on the largest and most important project within our office: SMT New Working as a team member in a studio environment Offices, a proposal for the new entrance building to a factory producing luxury knitwear, of approximately 1000 Developing Archicad skills sqm. Vy helped us bring the project into Archicad and in the process was instrumental in solving both technical Developing 3DSMax skills but also formal issues. He further produced a series of renders in 3DSmax that were fundamental in illustrating and selling the project to the client. Vy worked extremely professionally and enthusiastically throughout the entire time spent in our office. His technical ability and critical eye were invaluable in the development of the project. Further his positive attitude Other relevant experiences: and excellent team-working skills made it pleasure to have him as part of our team. Working as a team member in a studio environment Developing Archicad skills We remain at your complete disposal should you request any further information. Developing 3DSMax skills Vy worked extremely professionally and enthusiastically throughout the entire time spent in our office. His technical ability and critical eye were invaluable in the development of the project. Further his positive attitude Studio Milanese di Architettura and excellent team-working skills made it pleasure to have him as part of our team.

We remain at your complete disposal should you request any further information. Stefano Colombo M.Arch, Cand. Arch Studio Milanese di Architettura

Stefano Colombo M.Arch, Cand. Arch

Corso Magenta 56 | 20123 Milano IT |+39 02 87399278 | info@SMArch.it | www.smarch.it


LIST OF ENTRIES LIVING CONTEMPLATION

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ROAD TO INTEGRATION

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THE SAND DUNE - EXPO 2020 DUBAI

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CITY WITHIN A CITY

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SOUTH SAI GON LIBRARY

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HIGH RISE OFFICE BUILDING

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SPORT CENTER

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PHYSICAL MODEL PRACTICE

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PHOTOGRAPHY PRACTICE

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LIVING CONTEMPLATION

Date: July 2019

Italy possesses a large and significant heritage of lighthouses along its territory coastline. Once it used to navigate man home safe and sound throughout long history but with the arrival of new technologies, these structures are gradually in disuse and deteriorated. The Agenzia del Demanio, an Italian public body, which deals with the management and enhancement of the state property, promoted a business development with the main purpose of recovering and giving new functions to the lighthouses that make it possible to preserve such an inestimable heritages. In 2016, The Young Architecture Competition in collaboration with the Agenzia del Demanio launched the “Valore Paese - Fari” project, giving fifty-year concessions to entrepreneurial organizations, to develop projects that strengthen the culture and tourism of the place. The organization took the precious location and beauty of Capo Murro Lighthouse in Porco as a case study, they want to transform it into a new hotel intervention. The lighthouse is named after the Murro di Porco cliff, which stands out for its simplicity and charm, located south of Syracuse on the Maddalena peninsula, near the marine area of Plemmirio. The thesis proposes an innovative, contemporary proposal regarding artist accommodation, a new concept for artistic inspiration and meditation spaces. It does not follow strictly the proposal of the competition but takes the guideline of the “Lighthouse Sea Hotel” contest as an inspiration to develop one of the hypotheses for the old heritage transformation. The users will be musician, dancer, painter, writer .. who want to find a poetic place that far away from the urban chaos, listening to their inner self, finding sobriety, calmness, and creativity. The project will promote the psychological and emotional comfort of them., allowing users to get inspired and develop their ideas Always considered a concrete and ideal point of reference, the lighthouse is not only an important in human history because it’s a navigational facility but it’s a symbol and a guardian of one spectacular land. It has the connection with the human ambiance, its fascinated and mystery beauty is the image of mediation between the land and the sea, recalling a nostalgic feeling of cultural fondness and memory for people. The resulting structure aims to generate a contemplative environment that is harmony with nature, attracting artist to interact with the lighthouse and marvelous panoramic sea view through its intervention of new spatial sequences. Besides, the project aims to become an inspired house that motivating creativity, concentration, contemplation as a set of artist retreat in romantic and dreamlike nuances.

Individual work - Master graduation thesis Location: Plemmirio, Sicily, Italy.


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6 Living Contemplation Above: Section 2 Below: Artist living space | Exterior view North West


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Above: View from the big atrium toward the lighthouse Below: Exterior view


8 Living Contemplation Above: Artist studio Below: View from corridor in front of the cafe toward outside platform


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Above: North West Elevation Below: Physical model


10 Living Contemplation Above: South East Elevation Below: Physical model


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Above: Artist studio Below: View from the kitchen toward the swimming pool


12 Living Contemplation Above: View from the roof toward outside platform Below: Exterior view South East


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ROAD TO INTEGRATION

The project is located in the historical centre of Lodi (40km to the South East of Milan, Italy), their composition of the inhabitants has been deeply modified since the early 2000s because of the arrival of a huge number of immigrants. The city, attentive to the new needs stated by its community, with other 22 Italian cities (Reggio Emilia, Torino, Bari, Genova Milano, Venezia, Forlì,…) subscribed six years ago an agreement aimed to spread an intercultural dialogue and promote among the citizens the positive value of the cultural multiplicity. The existing construction on the site is an old garage in the cloister complex. Designing a new intervention that meets the requirement of cultural connection, physical spatial connection (the site is spread over a lower topographic level compared to the cloister’s), preservation to the old cloister and historical context is the aim of the project. Lodi is also known as the land of ceramic tradition. In the 15th century of Lodi, ceramic was produced for daily use. One of the famous ceramic artists was Antonino Negri. Gladstone Pottery Factory (photo on the left) showcased the typology and the composition of a typical ceramic factory back in the past of Europe. The inspiration of new intervention was taken from the iconic image of bottle-shape-kiln forest growing spontaneously on gableroof-scape of a ceramic factory in the past of Europe.

There are five kilns stand for five senses of human, showcase the boundary between physical and mental perception. Each kiln creates different senses boosting the quality of ambience in the building, helping the Inter-dialogue process between different culture. Kiln of light has a source of light from above, the space under it can be flexibly arranged. Kiln of touch is characterized by different texture on its surface. Kiln of sound is represented according to the research of the shape of bottle-shape kiln characterizes acoustics ambient effect. Kiln of taste is decorated with a various colorful pattern. There is an interaction between tactile and taste experiences, vision also becomes transferred to taste as well. Certain colors and delicate details evoke oral sensations according to Luis Barragan Houses case study. Kiln of smell is managed to be in the intervention of the garden, plants and flowers act as constant sensors to create the sense of smell for users. We studied one of the natural structured installations of Giuliano Mauri -art installation artist in Lodi and Italy, to become special kiln in the garden.

In collaboration work with: Anh Dang Ngoc, Ye Ning Nan Location: Lodi, Italy Tasks: Research; Concept, space, plan design; Collage and model making.


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1. Entrance 2. Information point 3. Ceramic workshop open space 4. Kiln of taste experience 5. Kiln of touch experience 6. Kiln of light experience 7. Store 8. Toilet 9. Ceramic exhibition 10. Ceramic worshop for children 11. Kiln of sound experience 12. View points toward gardens 13. Administration and bookshop 14. Circle Entrance from couryard 15. Toilet 16. Office 17. Meeting room 18. Smoking room

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16 Road to integration 1. Guest entrance 2. Security + reception 3. Exhibition lobby 4. Reception 5. Staff lobby 6. Exhibition manager room 7. Exhibition 8. Material, product entrance 9. Storage 10. Viewing lounge 11. Souvenir shop 12. Outside information exhibition (pavilion)

Functional renovation of existing building

13. Administration entrance 14. Open office space 15. General administration 16. Meeting room 17. Staff office 18. Administration of Education department 19. Staff lobby 20. Researcher, visitor entrance 21. Conference room 22. Technical room 23. Exhibition panel for event

24. Restaurant, cafe 25. Kitchen 26. Classrooms 27. Reading room 28. Learning Italian books 29. Lodi historical books 30. Italian artistic books 31. Ceramic books 32. Association 33. Entrance to ceramic center 34. Kiln of smell, Giuliano Mauri’s structure


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Above: Interior view toward Saint Maria Maddalena cathedral Middle: Interior view from front side to the kiln of taste and touch Below: View inside kiln of touch


18 Road to integration Above: Exterior view Middle: View from the garden toward new building Below: View of the kiln of smell in the garden


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Above: Physical model Below: Section


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Date: December 2017

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THE SAND DUNE - EXPO 2020 DUBAI

The pavilion is a part of Dubai 2020 exposition. It’s the composition of 2 separated buildings inspired by the shape of the sand dunes in Dubai vast deserts. The two dune forms will house the exhibition, visitor facilities and administration department, souvenir shop, coffee shop. Where the forms separated create a protected valley will offer a breakout space in between for new experience of visitors. The 2400-square-meter project, showcased as a “road to serenity” rather than a normal building, leads visitors on a journey which is reflected from the temporal to the spiritual. The former is represented by exhibition in the southern building, it could be the possibility of photography gallery; cultural, art exhibition. The latter is represented in the northern building respectively by using light as the main exhibition such as led installation, path of life installation, prism room. Guests follow the circulation from the entrance at the southern building to the other one through a bridge on the second floor and get out at the back part of the inner valley. The prism room is the prominent space that we want to focus on because of it’s importance in the position (final function of the spiritual path, also the entire building), so that we want to create such space for visitors can stay, rest and experience the atmosphere as well as the spirit of the exposition. Within the Prism room, the roof alternately casting shadows and spectral light on the surface through skylights overhead with its pattern inspired by Islamic motifs. 2 first spaces illustrate artificial light, we want to manipulate natural light as the main installation for the prism room. We converted natural light from invisible to visible by using prism as a tool to splits or diffracts natural light into the colored spectrum, calling attention to atmospheric elements that might otherwise go unnoticed. Light is made visible by splitting prismatically into its various color. Route guideline: The routine of the exhibition follows the two linear volume, and along this route we create different kinds of exibition with light to provide the vistors a variable experience with both artificial and natural light. When entering the building, the skylight bring the sunshine which is divided as columns into the lobby of the building and the walking through the exhibition hall 1, people will feel the natural shaded by the terracotta bricks which is refering to the tradiational architectural technology of tha arbic area. Passing the bridge, the first room is a matrix of LED installation, presenting the logical aspect of human spirit world after that, in the Life Path area, the LED installations are arranged following a rather free way indicaiting the romantic aspects of the human spirit world. In the end, visitors will enter the room with Prism skylight. In that room the nature light will be desembled into different colors of column which recall and compare with the entrance light columns.

In collaboration with: Xu Wanli Location: Dubai Tasks: Research; Concept, space, plan design; Collage and model making; Energy calculation.


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Above: Floor plans | Exploded axonometric Below: Conceptual diagrams


The Sand Dune-Plan&section The Sand Dune-Facade System

Building Technology Studio-Group5-Vy Tran/Xuwanli

Building Technology Studio-Group5-Vy Tran/Xuwanli

IPE120 ROOF RAFTER PORTAL FRAME-IPE 360 ROOF GUTTER Surface Panel Detail 1:15

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ANODIZING ALUMINIUM CEILDING PANEL

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LIGHT WEIGHT SCREED CONCRETE SLAB CONCRETE PAVEMENT

Declining Glass Curtain Wall - Low-E Glass Light Steel Frame - Ipe 240 Supporting Steel Studs - Ipe 80 Threaded Studs Connection Welded Wall Ties Terracotta Bricks Cladding System

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Above: Detail drawings Below: Exterior views

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Above: Axonometric view Below: Physical models


26 The Sand dune Above: Exterior view Below: Exterior view


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CITY WITHIN A CITY

Date: July 2018

The design is a Center for contemporary Art in Berlin, by the river Spree. Berlin has become in the years after the reunification of Germany an important place for the production and the discussion of contemporary art. The client wants to support this process that recalls the important role of Berlin in the development of modern art - movements like Bauhaus, Constructivism, Dada - in the early twentieth century. The center is understood as a place for the presentation of the work of artists as well as a place for the production, the research and the discussion of contemporary art. The project site is situated close to the historic urban center of Berlin at the Nordhafen, an inner city harbour which is part of the Spree-waterway-system. The site is at the edge of a large abandoned railyard area that extends as far as Invakidenstrasse, just north of the Humboldthafen and the new central station of Berlin. The project is based on the idea of developing an architectural form and spatial sequence that has a series of typologies that resemble a small city. It provides visitors with the opportunity to escape the fast-paste nature of the city of Berlin and instead enter a space that is solely dedicated to art and the human. With the forms of the museum each possessing a unique character, they are connected to one another through a series of walkways that are utilized to mimic a streetscape. On a larger scale, these spaces could be interpreted as piazzas and boulevards while the narrower paths are strategically designed to resemble the narrow streets diving dense buildings within a city. Furthermore, the notion of layering is evident throughout the scheme with an interplay between public, private and semi-private spaces. The public and semi-private areas enable the museum to maintain a relationship with it’s surrounding context whilst the private spaces provide visitors with moments of rest and solidarity. Consequently, through implementing a variety of spaces within this ‘small city’ the museum is able to provide a range of experiences while simultaneously presenting various artists and art periods. The net system of 2.5mx2.5m one unit was manipulated not only on plan design but also on vertical articulation. We emphasized this key concept on most of the aspect of the proposal to perform the articulation between spaces, architectural details, material texture. To highlight the diversity of different elements within the city, exhibition spaces are interpreted with different characteristics. Each individual rooms have a different typology of the interior, ways of people flow and arrangement, and different type of ceiling giving the possibility for different natural lighting method. According to the site context analysis, this is quite an empty space so this building is designed base on the aim to become a monumental one. The tower is a space that providing visitors an interesting exposition space and a panoramic viewpoint toward the cityscape and the river Spree.

In collaboration with: Anh Dang Ngoc, Nour Abou-Chahine Location: Berlin, Germany Tasks: Research; Concept, space, plan design; Collage and model making


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Above: Floor plans Below left: Bauhaus exhibition Below left: Dada exhibition


30 City within a city Above: Elevation Below left: Constructivism exhibition Below right: View from top of the tower toward the cityscape


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Above: Axonometric view Below: Physical models


32 City within a city Top left: Mall hall Top right: View from mall hall atrium towards cafe area Bottom: Physical models (plaster)


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SOUTH SAI GON LIBRARY

Date: 2015

The construction located in District 7, South of Ho Chi Minh City - key economic development area of South Vietnam which connects important urban cities /provinces: Bình Duong, Ho Chí Minh City, Đong Nai, Bà RiaVung Tàu.. The Library serves the academic community as a modern learning and research centre and offers a meeting place for all citizens. Function subdivision demand and climatic conditions form plan shape idea. Square space welcomes guests to approach in the building because there is only one access road from the residential area to the North. Southern east space along waterfront is managed to be a green area for landscaping, outdoor reading, relaxing with nature and views. Staff’s access area is arranged close to secondary entrance. Project plan’s layout ensures a clear and not overlapping separation of space. In addition, the construction also comforts climatic design principles, that is reduce costs of building western heat by designing appreciate library’s direction and using natural wind flows; ensuring majority north-south direction for library reading room, taking advantage of southern river view.

Mangrove palms (nipa palms) are amongst important and productive of ecosystems and are found along coastal areas and offshore islands. It was not only became specific cultural feature of South Viet Nam but it also had contributed significantly to the socio-economic lives of coastal dwellers in Viet Nam for centuries. Mangrove palms have been traditionally exploited as firewood, food, herbal medicines and many other forest products. Especially It has an important role in building construction; the long, feathery leaves of the nipa palm are used by local populations as roof material for thatched houses or dwellings, the leaves are also used in many types of basketry and thatching. Mangrove palms are project’s inspiration because of their familiarity with South Vietnamese people and also they are majority existing plant on the construction site (Dics 7)

Individual work - Bachelor graduation thesis Location: District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam


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Above: Exterior view Below: Self study room


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Central reading room

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A very figurative idea was part of the design. There is certainly behind my very first approach–this free approach–to architecture at looking for inspiration in natural forms. The simple observation of things is significant in architecture design.

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Organic architecture was manipulated into main reading space, roofing elements call to mind a forest of mangrove palms. The roof of the central reading room transforms a normal reading stair space into an inspiring one. Two rows of concrete columns define a wide central reading area, and support a complex but light three-dimension EFTE roof structure (which has lighting filter function to reduce direct daylight and maintain comfortable brightness distribution) based on parabolic arches. Each of the roof sections is prefabricated in steel: a steep, parabolic lower arch, from which batons radiate outwards and upwards, to support the shallower parabola of the roof itself. This long span structure supports the whole weight of the EFTE roof, allowing an exciting huge space with no collumn for reading.

Inspiration


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HIGH RISE OFFICE BUILDING

Date: 2014

This high-rise office is located in Central Business District of Ho Chi Minh City which have multiple functions at bottom levels: banking office, exhibition, conference hall, restaurant and coffee; the tower is office for rent with square plan and braced core structured. I design this building with intention that its form has some special features to make a harmony with modern surrounding area. There are six sollutions for office plan per level: 1 office , 2 offices, 3 offices, 4 offices, office with private wc, office with private exit. Movable walls separate spaces so that it could easily transform to each other for suitable working conditions. The possibility of different plan typology was introduced to fit the requirement of flexibility and the need of individual company. The plan varied from 1 office, 2 offices, 3 offices, 4 offices which have the toilet in the central core of vertical circulation, offices with toilet inside working area, offices with emergency exit hall was placed on the top in case there is situation that people need to get out of the building by helicopter.

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4 offices plan

2 offices plan

Offices plan with WC inside

3 offices plan

Offices plan with exit hall

Main hall is an atrium covered by a huge glazing system, making the most prominent point in project. This is a significant connection to areas of the building and an important place where guests and personnels first approach in. Triangles were fundamental to the design concept, diamond-shaped glass panes in diagrid structure is also two-triangle-shaped. I intend to repeat this concept through parts of high-rise building exterior, from glazing system at main hall, V-column at front part to diagrid system of office part . This makes a modern highrise tower concordant with surrounding ones in site. Individual work Location: District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam


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SPORT CENTER

Located at the connection of many districts, this sport center is not only a place to play sport but also a crucial prominent architecture building of the city. Because of big scale of the building, so I decide to manipulate long pan structure to ensure sport hall could stand steadily and free the plan to design large spaces functions for sport activities. Tensile cables were connected to five arch-shaped steel frames to make a certain standable structure.

First floor

Sencond floor

Moreover, big structure columns were also erected at the side of the building which keeping the roof against wind power. This project brought me lessons about expression architectural style and how to control large scale architectural details.. Expression architecture was intended to apply to building design with ray-shaped perspective view, showing the sense of strength and energetic of a sport facility.

Individual work Location: District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam


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Structure axonometric diagram

Exterior views


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PHYSICAL MODEL PRACTICE

Two above: Preservation project

Two below: Symbolic monument and exhibition project was designed to recall Hung Vuong spirit which is the title given to the ancient Vietnamese rulers of the Hong BĂ ng period (Hung: brave, Vuong: king)


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Caixa forum, Madrid - Case study research for new intervention on historical building.


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PHOTOGRAPHY PRACTICE

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Architecture Photography

Left: Neues museum | David Chipperfield Right: Prada foundation | Rem Koolhaas


52 Photography practice Left: Notre Dame du Haut | Le Corbusier Right: St. Agnes church | Werner DĂźttmann, Arno Brandlhubers


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Left: Marie Elizabeth LĂźders haus | Stephan Braunfels Right: Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe | Peter Eisenman


54 Photography practice Right: Bruder Klaus Chapel | Peter Zumthor Left: UnitÊ d’habitation Berlin | Le Corbusier


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Portrait Photography


Landscape Photography Photography practice

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