대나무로 만들어진 12개의 기둥은 호숫가의 아름다운 자연환경과 고객을 연결합니다.
vo trong nghia architects has completed a restaurant in a rural vietnamese setting formed from 12 bamboo columns. the project is located 30 kilometers from the bustling city of hanoi in an area popular with day-trippers, and those traveling to and from hoa binh — another large city in the region. named ‘roc von restaurant’, the structure is situated at the roadside, protecting guests from the busy passing street with its curving crescent form.
name: roc von restaurant
architecture firm: vo trong nghia architects
principal architect: vo trong nghia, takashi niwa
design team: mai lan chi
bamboo manager: nguyen ba tuong
client: la vong group JSC
contractor: la vong group JSC
bamboo construction: vo trong nghia architects
completed: april, 2015
location: xa phu cat, huyen quoc oai, hanoi, vietnam
site area: 6,560 sqm
GFA: 1,100 sqm
photography: le anh duc (AIF studio), hoang le photography
after stepping down from street level to the dining space below, visitors are presenting with sweeping views of a natural lake. the space under the columns is naturally ventilated and is cooled by evaporation rising from the water’s surface. a circular stage extends out over the lake, capable of accommodating a wide range of events as well as public occupation throughout the day.
the 12 columns employ two different bamboo species — tam vong and luong — each offering different structural qualities. the bamboo has been treated in a traditional manner in order to both ensure the material’s long term durability, and contribute towards a sustainable building approach. a separate support area has been constructed using locally sourced laterite blocks — orange-colored bricks that continue the scheme’s vernacular materiality.