Serena Bamboo Restaurant in Kim Boi was built in a unique architecture, inspired by the charming traditional leaf hat of Vietnamese women. Archdaily Magazine has dedicated words for this special project.
Contemporary folklore materials have always been an endless source of inspiration for architectural people in Vietnam. Just to preserve cultural identity, and create unique features in architecture that nowhere else in the world can be obtained.
Perspective inside Serena Kim Boi bamboo restaurant after finishing
- Location: Kim Boi, Hoa Binh
- Architectural design: Tran Ba Tiep
- Construction: Bambubuild, Xingfa
- Area: 700m2
- Year of completion: 2016
- Photography: Hoang Le Photography
The building is the highlight of a charming natural eco-tourism resort in northern Vietnam. The investor attaches special importance to preserving the region's natural environment and ecological landscape, wishing to build a resort with bold characteristics of Vietnamese villages.
The unique architecture of the restaurant is inspired by the image of a traditional leaf hat associated with the beauty of Vietnamese women, simple but equally luxurious.
The project has a 12-sided polygon surface, reinforced concrete structures built in progress during the project were abandoned for many years due to the economic crisis.