28 Aug '15, 8am

Vo Trong Nghia Architects reveal designs for tree-topped FPT University campus in Ho Chi Minh City

have stunned us again with the reveal of their latest design: a lush tree-topped FPT University campus building in Ho Chi Minh City. The verdant project, which appears to grow a tree on every balcony, was created in the same environmentally friendly style that defines the Vietnamese architecture firm’s work. The recently unveiled project is Vo Trong Nghia Architects’ second commission with the FPT University Campus—the architecture firm previously designed another one of the technical university’s campuses located near Hanoi

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