December 01, 2011

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Sandra Vajcs of FSC Architects recently completed this design for a new mixed use skyscraper in Ho Chi Minh City. At the heart of the Diplomatic District this iconic building points to the future of the city as a international place of business. A 250 room hotel occupies the upper floors with serviced apartments below. Office and retail space form a podium with car parking under ground. The engineering design uses cutting edge technology to create three spiraling glass and steel towers that change and almost ‘dance’ when viewed from different angles at street level. At night the tower is lit as a new landmark next to April 30th Park, Notre Dame Cathedral and The Reunification Palace.

FSC Architects is an international resort design firm focused on creating bespoke authentic guest experiences they believe are the most memorable by enriching life. They specialize in hotel architecture, resort design, resort master planning, integrated resorts, boutique resorts, mixed-use and residential projects that require their excellent place-making skills and transcendent adaptation of culture, climate, place and natural environment.