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Vietnam Food Pavilion // MIA Design Studio

Hanoi, Vietnam

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A space which is conceptualized by MIA Design Studio, bases on Vietnamese traditional folk house to replicate its proportions and dimensions, is transparent and interactive with its surrounding environment.
“It is open but close, close but open”
Vietnam is always proud of its cuisine diversity across 3 regions.
The display counter is formed base on Vietnam geographical shape (S-shape) presenting traditional dishes from 3 regions with benches, standing tables representing Paracel Islands and Spratly Islands.

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This symbolizes Vietnam asserting its territorial sovereignty to the world.
Organized by: Vietnam Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Pavilion sponsored by: Kien A Corporation (www.kiena.vn)
Constructed by: La Hong Furniture & Inferior Decoration Co., Ltd.,
Architectural Firm: MIA Design Studio (http://miadesignstudio.com/ )
Principal Architect: Nguyen Hoang Manh
Architects Team: Nguyen Hoang Manh

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Nguyen Quoc Long
Luu Hoang Kiem
Tran Quang Tuyen.

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