Architects TAA Design came up with the idea of a green block to neutralize the disadvantages of the land located at the junction with two sides to receive direct sunlight.
Tony fruit office is a project built in District 4, HCMC. This place has a high construction density, with a large number of commercial buildings and office buildings.
The site is located at the corner of a junction with views of the park and the square. However, the two sides of the building receive direct sunlight from morning to afternoon, heating the interior spaces. Architect TAA Design said, the design team came up with the idea of a green block to create an intermediate layer to shade the sun, but still exploit the open vision for the interior space. According to architects TAA Design, the green block is a possible solution to increase the quality of working space for buildings in urban centers in tropical climates like Vietnam. The work is built on the land located at the junction, located in District 4, Ho Chi Minh City. The design team came up with the idea of a green block to create an intermediate layer of sunshade, but still exploit the open vision for the interior space. At the same time, this green block idea also creates an outdoor garden space with green patches by cutting blocks. The system of square louvers effectively shading the sun from diagonally into the building. The square frames also help the building bring aesthetic value and create a highlight in the heart of Saigon. Inside the squares, the design team arranged green trees to reduce the amount of heat entering the building. With green trees surrounding the building, every space in the office overlooks a fresh green area. Each floor is associated with an outdoor garden, people can see the gardens on each floor. At the same time, the large glass system receives scattered light, helping the building to save electricity costs for lighting and cooling. Office space becomes airy and connected with nature.