A Communal House in Hanoi by H&P Architects
Architecture: H&P Architects
Photo: Le Minh Hoang
With its innovative façade made from the roof tiles of demolished houses, Ngói Space makes an innovative contribution to the reuse of construction waste. Designed by H&P Architects, the building is located in Dong Anh, a small residential suburb on the outskirts of Hanoi. Ngói Space is conceived as a communal space and offers a café, seminar and exhibition rooms, as well as multifunctional spaces for the community.
Vietnamese practice H&P Architects (HPA) was founded in 2009 by architects Doan Thanh Ha and Tran Ngoc Phuong. H&P Architects provide customised, efficient and high-quality solutions. Their work ranges from offices, hotels, hospitals and residential buildings to buildings for education and industry and urban development projects.