‘Bamboo Wing’ is a Stunning Vietnamese Restaurant Made Entirely From Bamboo

by , 03/31/12

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To enter Bamboo Wing, customers walk through a series of stepping-stones surrounded by water and growing bamboo. Entirely made of the fast-growing, renewable plant, the open-air Vietnamese restaurant is airy, cool and shaped like a bird’s wings. The sculptural columns support the angled roof, making a firm statement on how versatile and strong this material can be.

Vo Trong Nghia designed the space so visitors could enjoy a meal amid the lush green surroundings while being sheltered by a long curvy bamboo shelter. Located in Vinh Phuc province, near the city of Hanoi, the restaurant is shaped like a half-moon and is entirely surrounded by water. Vo Trong Nghia architects work bamboo to perfection, creating streamlined, sustainable and magical shelters that stand in harmony with nature.

+ Vo Trong Nghia

Via Arch Daily

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1 Comment

  1. Ar.Anand Muranjan March 31, 2012 at 9:54 am

    an inspiration to use and enjoy bamboo structures.Truly amazing

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