Viettel Offsite Studio


Located on a light slope, besides a quiet lake and landscape abundant trees, Viettel Offsite Studio is inclusive 6 units; a welcoming reception, a dining and four studios. It is located on the outskirts of Hanoi, around 30km and takes 40 minutes by car.

Viettel is a global telecommunication group in Vietnam with over 27,000 staffs (2015). They represent in many big cities in Vietnam such as Hanoi, HCMC, Da Nang, etc…to respect offline communication even ahead IT Company. Viettel Offsite Studio’s facility for the meeting is prepared for their leaders to have boot camping meeting to make discussion and decision located at the corner of Viettel Academy’s campus were to provide education for their engineers. These studios also supply an offsite short-term working place for the leaders, after getting away from busy cities and miscellaneous.

There are six V-shaped wall blocks which freely arranged follow the lay of the land and connected by an open corridor. These blocks from triangular surface spaces: two sides closed and the other side opens towards the lake and trees. The wall creates an open book shape that exhibits “open from inside to nature”. While the open side directly faces to surrounding environments allow people to both relax, be immersed in nature and concentrate.

The studios are opened to North direction where offers the most beautiful greenery view to people. The V-shaped walls are designed to be high to cut strong harsh sunlight from East and West with giving impressive exterior facade for the entrants. The roof garden will work as the outside studio. The small holes on the wall will provide gentle lights and wind to the roof studio.

Architect Firm: VTN Architects (Vo Trong Nghia Architects)

Principal Architect: Vo Trong Nghia

Design Team: Marek Obtulovic, Nguyen Van Thu

Supervision: Nguyen Hoang Son, Doan Huu Chinh

Client: Viettel Corporation

Contractor: Delta Corp

Status: Built in 2019

Program: Office Facility

Location: Thach That, Ha Noi, Viet Nam

GFA: 1,427 m2

Courtesy of image: VTN Architects (Vo Trong Nghia Architects), Hiroyuki Oki