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ALPHA KING D2 THE PROJECT CROSS ROAD ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Vietnam
2018

ALPHA KING D2 THE PROJECT CROSS ROAD ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Vietnam
2018

ALPHA KING D2 THE PROJECT CROSS ROAD ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Vietnam
2018

This new development project in Ho Chi Minh City aims to modernize the capital city, creating a new commercial and community hub. Urban progress has taken a toll on the city’s biodiversity, and the design of this complex aims to counter that while providing comfortable living zones for the growing population. Sustainability is addressed by designing a rainwater collection and treatment system to help minimize dependency on the public water supply, and recycled water is used for the district’s cooling distribution and smart air-conditioning system.


With prime views of the river, high-rise towers were oriented to offer unobstructed views and allow thru ventilation to boost energy efficiency. The landmark tower is topped with a botanical garden which can be seen from downtown HCMC. Buildings in the retail zone each has its own unique characteristic, enabling visitors to distinguish one retail space from another. A large F&B segment is located on the waterfront and offers exceptional views.


The complex itself is inter-linked at level 2 through a skybridge loop. Surrounding neighborhood and public areas are also easily accessible via connected walkways. Public plazas, located throughout the complex, provide spaces for gatherings and events. Landscaped areas serve as transition spaces between the complex and its neighbors. The waterfront promenade, vertical gardens and rooftop parks provide green space and creates a pleasant natural environment.


This modern complex aims to set the standard for global and regional environmentally sustainable mixed-use developments.

AWARDS
Competition Winning Design : 2018

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