Greenery overflows from concrete planters set into the sandstone walls of this hotel, designed by Vo Trong Nghia’s firm for historic Vietnamese town Hoi An.
Vietnam-based Vo Trong Nghia Architects designed the Atlas Hoi An Hotel for an irregular shaped plot in Hoi An’s Old Town.
Made up of four raised volumes, it features 48 rooms, with views of greenery from both the bedroom and the bathroom of each suite.
The walls of the structure are built from locally-sourced sandstone blocks, set between exposed concrete floor slabs. It is these slabs that support the vertically arranged concrete planters.
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