Green takeoff altitude rollercoaster in Vietnam
No, this is not the last roll of the mountain – it is actually an autonomous community designed by architect DWP in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Viewing at Designboom, “Everrich Apartments 2″ is a community of mixed-use land that broke earlier this year.
Combination of retail, public space and private Everrich 2 also offers a number of ecological features outstanding interior and exterior. Clearly, a new movement in landscape architecture and urban culture change, this complex is expected to create a contemporary luxury living in a large scale in Vietnam.
Everrich 2 is set to occupy 6.8 million square meters area with more than 3100 apartments ranging from 1200 to more than 2500 square foot design is a return to the Möbius strip, where the undulations are not only create a dynamic structure in all its forms, but also managed to reduce the visual mass of buildings from the 37th floor.
Irregular shape also offers a variety of views, to maximize the distribution of maximum light and ventilation throughout the building, central courtyard and public areas.
Exercise in sustainable development on a large scale, complex environmental aspects are highlighted by natural ventilation, sky gardens, green roofs, natural landscaping in front, and shade treatments reduce building energy costs.
source : inhabitat