A Dozen Restaurants in a Decade
Outside of Vietnam
While most are located in Vietnam, that is not the case for all of them. For example, Ting Xi Bamboo Restaurant. This magnificent restaurant is located in Xiamen – a sub-provincial city in southeastern Fujian, China. The restaurant that has capacity of 200 guests and is located on an artificial pond.
Some of VTN Architects' restaurant projects have been located in remote or rural areas. Bamboo Wing was designed so that visitors could enjoy a meal amid the lush green surroundings while being sheltered by a long curvy bamboo shelter. Located in Vinh Phuc province, near the city of Hanoi, this restaurant is shaped like a half-moon and is entirely surrounded by water.
Another example of a rural environmental setting for a restaurant is Son La Restaurant. Located in North of Vietnam, Son La province, the restaurant in Son La Complex in one of the most potentially economic disadvantaged areas of Son La province.
In urban settings, the architects of VTN designed and built a curved bamboo roof combining Gothic and Vietnamese styles for Nocenco Café on the 7th floor of the hotel. From the restaurant on the top of the building, one has a great view over the surrounding low-rise houses, towards the river, magnificent forests-cape and various aged buildings.
And what about the spectacular Chicland Hotel in Da Nang? Chicland Hotel is where VTN Architects designed the entire hotel, including the restaurant, coffee bar and spa. Lá Hẹ Restaurant in the Chicland Hotel is an example of a VTN Architects designed restaurant in a high-rise building within a large city.
From urban settings to exotic locations, VTN Architects has designed some inspiring projects. The Muong Thanh outdoor restaurant is located in at the entrance zone of Muong Thanh eco-resort in the Dien Chau district, Nghe An province.
Dien Chau district is an abundantly green area that lies 60 km north from Vinh city. The eco-tourism resort is next to a water reservoir has an estimated area of 500 ha that includes restaurants, cafes, hotels, villas.
The InterContinental Phu Quoc Resort provides an example of an island getaway that serves up true luxury on Vietnam's most idyllic island destination. VTN Architects designed two restaurants and the spa at this beautiful resort.
The VTN firm has completed many other projects over the past 10 years, but it is hard to believe in looking back that 12 of those projects were successful landmark restaurants.
To see more of VTN Architects restaurants, visit this link: VTN Architects - Restaurants.
Also, to see more projects, visit Bamboo Architecture.