Plastic waste is probably a common obsession of the world today, especially in developing countries like Vietnam. Plastic waste comes from consumption habits and production costs in general. Changing habits is not easy. For many tourist areas, this amount of waste also makes Vietnam's image less friendly. To contribute to changing that habit and preserving the surrounding environment, a resort in Ninh Van Bay develops a small project to produce bottled water, serving the needs of visitors and staff. The work is a traditional wooden structure mixed with a bit of innovation to refresh the experience space. The building has a main space for producing pure water bottled in glass, next to it is a space for visitors to experience. Environmentally friendly building materials are always the top priority for the projects here, taking advantage of traditional materials and construction methods, wooden truss structure, thatched roof, granito concrete floor. The image of the project hidden in the canopy of the forest is both friendly and new, contributing to directing people towards the effective use of natural resources and limiting industrial waste. Using recycled materials such as bottles, forest trees to make lights or simple loose furniture is also a way to contribute to directing people towards preserving nature. The production space must be both hygienic according to the production process and easy to observe the production lines and machines. In addition, the lobby area also has other equipment such as microscopes, large screens to introduce more about products and water, especially for kids, equipping them with more knowledge about an important resource in a small tour of the resort.