Passe Brick Kilns Inspired The Decor Inside This Vietnamese Restaurant
A modern restaurant with large sculptural cylinders made from wood bricks.

ODDO architects indulge in designed Landmark 72, the most modern space in Hanoi, Vietnam, by restaurant chain Pizza 4P’s.

For the length of the restaurant there’s a beneficiant ceiling height of 16 toes (5m), which enabled the designers to be ingenious, ensuing in perfect cylinders that support fabricate outlined zones in the house.

A modern restaurant with large sculptural cylinders made from wood bricks.

The inspiration for the cylinders arose from the spatial skills of outdated kilns for firing Vietnamese terracotta bricks.

Vietnamese traditional brick kiln.

The seven wood cylinders of assorted sizes are anchored and suspended from the reinforced concrete slab of the upper flooring.

A modern restaurant with large sculptural cylinders made from wood bricks.

They’re furthermore structurally supported by T- columns as successfully.

A modern restaurant interior with large sculptural cylinders made from wood bricks.

Wood blocks, an identical in size to outdated bricks in northern Vietnam, were used to fabricate the cylinders.

A modern restaurant interior design with large sculptural cylinders made from wood bricks, and contemporary wood furniture.

The wood blocks were assembled without glue so that the wood can put bigger itself and permit for changes in humidity.

A modern restaurant with large sculptural cylinders made from wood bricks.

A aggregate of other native outdated offers similar to wood, rattan, tanned wood surfaces, sanded terrazzo, and metal parts, were all used for the length of the restaurant interior as they’re cheap and native offers.

A modern restaurant with a curved concrete bar.
A contemporary restaurant with stained black wood walls.
A modern restaurant with black wood walls and a glass display cabinet.
A contemporary restaurant with wood furniture.
Photographer: Hoang Le | Architects: ODDO architects – Nguyen Duc Trung, Marek Obtulovic, Nguyen Manh Cuong, Mai Lan Chi Obtulovicova, Doan Quoc Dat

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