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The new Hanoi Lotus Centre project has been featured on Archdaily! 2017.03.01

Melbourne, Australia - February 27, 2017 - The new Hanoi Lotus Centre harnesses an existing investment by the City in the creation of a major new stormwater mitigation lake and utilises this infrastructural investment as the foundation for an iconic public place celebrating the Lotus, Vietnam's National Flower. The new park and centre creates a meeting place for family and community, a place to be married, a multifunctional theatre and performance space to enjoy local and international performances as well as a meeting place for tens of thousands of guests to come together. Its iconic nature will position Vietnam and Hanoi on the global stage.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Melbourne, Australia – February 27, 2017

Australian architecture studio Decibel has unveiled plans for a cultural complex in Hanoi, featuring six bulb-like structures to reference a floating lotus flower.

The centre named Hanoi Lotus will be set among ponds and parkland, and is proposed as part of an expansion of arts and cultural buildings in the Vietnamese capital.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
The multifunctional theatre and performance space hosts an auditorium with 2,000 seats, as well as a technology business incubator, a cinema, offices for startups and restaurants.

Melbourne-based Decibel chose to reference the shape of the floating lotus blossom as it is Vietnam's national flower, but also because the complex will sit atop a major new storm-water mitigation lake.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
A large tuber-shaped structure will cover the auditorium, while five smaller versions will be arranged on the outskirts.

Layers of "petal" fins made up of glazing and metal mesh will be grouped together to create these volumes in the shape of a closed bud.

Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
A series of stepped wetlands will cover a network of underground roads leading up to the complex from one of Hanoi's main arterial roads, which connects the city with Noi Bai Airport.

Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Hanoi Lotus

Location : Hanoi, Vietnam

Client : City of Hanoi

Architect : Decibel Architecture

Structural Engineer : Buro Happold

Developer : Sun Group

Landscape Architects : Decibel Architecture

Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

About

The City of Hanoi, capital of Vietnam, blessed with 1000 years of continuous history and heritage, is coming of age in a new millennium as part of the global network of rich and integrated cities.

Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
Reflecting Vietnam’s continued growth and maturation in the global economy, the city has an increasing need to host and celebrate in larger and more artistically inspiring locations than ever before.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Design Proposition

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre harnesses an existing investment by the City in the creation of a major new stormwater mitigation lake and utilises this infrastructural investment as the foundation for an iconic public place celebrating the Lotus, Vietnam’s National Flower.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
The new park and centre creates a meeting place for family and community, a place to be married, a multifunctional theatre and performance space to enjoy local and international performances as well as a meeting place for tens of thousands of guests to come together.

Its iconic nature will position Vietnam and Hanoi on the global stage.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Site

Located in the Western district of Vietnam’s capital, the Hanoi Lotus will become the newest cultural epicentre of an area with rapid urban growth.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Existing Conditions

Positioned along one of Hanoi’s main arterial roads that connect the city with Noi Bai Airport it will be a gateway project that will provide a memorable sense of arrival into the city for locals and visitors alike.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
As per the request of the City of Hanoi, the Hanoi Lotus building will sit atop a lake which will act part of the city’s stormwater control system.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
The Hanoi Lotus Building will rise out of this 19ha lake as a symbol of growth and prosperity for the bustling city of Hanoi.

Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Lotus Concept

The young tightly wrapped lotus flower is a poignant symbol of growth and potential before it bursts open into an elegantly coloured bloom.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
Bouquets of tightly clustered lotus flower are a common sight on the streets of Hanoi and form the inspiration for the composition of our building.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Site Grid Concept

The Lotus Building owes it’s form to a pentagonal grid system.

The pentagon has been chosen as a metaphor representing the five points of an out-stretched person (head, arms and legs).

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
Ratios of five are also common in nature especially in the organisation of petals structures including the lotus flower.

This brings a nature and human focus to the ordering of the site.
The grid is a pentagonal pattern with the Lotus Building as its central node.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
This allows it to expand across the site in a non-linear manner.

This approach provides flexibility to the design as based on this central node point the grid can be scaled up or down at any point in the design process without effecting the organisational principles of the site.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Ceiling Strategy

The ceiling to the main circulation space takes its inspiration from the colours and patterns of the underside of the lotus leaf.

It has a sculpted form which blends into the central auditorium volume and consists of an intricate filigree of coloured skylights and light boxes.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 
The dappled light created by this feature ceiling will create the experience of being under the lotus leaves.

As one of the most striking features in the Lotus Building it will form one of the main wayfinding devices guiding guests from the main foyer around to the lakeside foyer and auditorium entrance.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

Petal Structure

The petals employ a process of bio-mimicry of the lotus flower, the lotus’ natural structures have formed the framework for our structure.

Each layer has been meticulously crafted and forms a complex culmination of fins, glazing, shells and support structure.

As well as acting as the Hanoi Lotus’ facade, the petals provide shading to the restaurant and VIP areas, an internal tensegrity structure creating the support system and armature for the complex lighting feature.

The new Hanoi Lotus Centre
Photo courtesy of Decibel Architecture
 

About Decibel Architecture

At Decibel Architecture our purpose is to design a better future.

Our architecture is imagined with, formed for and shaped by our clients' aspirations.

Be it to heal, to educate, to house or to inspire: we work to discover our clients' projects true potential.
Only then can we together truly create on purpose.

 
 
The Decibel Architecture team have conceived and delivered world leading excellence in sustainability, culture, healthcare and visionary design.
We are continuously driven to question the status quo and find value, efficiency and fresh solutions.

Contributing as Architects and Design Thinkers, we are shaping positive change in the world.

We work across scales, typologies and the human sphere to design a better future. 


Our projects are grounded equally in outrageous promise and humble reality.

Dylan Brady is the Conductor at Decibel Architecture (dB(A)) and the practice is founded on the experience and expertise of both his and the team's individual history and together as studio505.

studio505 produced some extraordinary buildings and outcomes over its 15 years of operations and the heritage of our work there is proudly worn by the dB(A) team.

dB(A) is the home of a renewed clarity in our team and a rejuvenated process in understanding, exploring and delivering outstanding outcomes for our clients and their clients.

We look forward to working with you.

What we do

Full Service Architecture

Specialist Artistic Facade Design
Urban Master Planning
Tall Building Design

Engineered Timber Design
Interior Design
Integrated Sustainable Design
Healthcare Design

Sculpture Collaboration

Rendering and Visualisations
Augmented and Virtual Reality

Where we do it

Retail and Commercial 

Cultural and Performing Arts

Urban and Landscape
Masterplanning
Public and Institutional

Healthcare
Education 

Residential

Integrated Mixed Use

Workplace and Studio

Exhibitions and Installation

Interiors

Our Ensemble

At Decibel Architecture we promise vivid thinking from engaged people, working on purpose.


Architecture is collaboration, and our people are the key to our success.

Together we can adventure beyond the possible.



Contact

Level 3 Pixel Building
205 Queensberry Street
Melbourne Australia 3053
Phone: +61 3 8648 848
mail@db-a.co  


Source: Decibel Architecture

http://www.db-a.co/news/  



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