idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud

Quin Pavilion by Idee Architects settles within a small forest

 

Quin Pavilion, designed by Idee Architects, takes inspiration from the afterglow of clouds, offering views of the Ba Vi Mountain range in Vietnam. Located near Hanoi, this serene retreat is nestled within a small forest, providing a picturesque vista for campers.

 

The pavilion’s design embraces the natural terrain, featuring a meandering wooden pathway that encircles the woodland and an outdoor pool for relaxation. Bathing and restroom facilities are also included. The structure is attuned to its environment, with a delicate canopy supported by slender columns, offering unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape.

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
all images by Triệu Chiến

 

 

wood, stone, and brick complement the pavilion’s construction

 

The form of Quin Pavilion draws from nature, evoking the ephemeral allure of rainwater pools on grass or clouds atop hillsides. This design harmonizes with the topography of the hillock and the surrounding flora. Constructed from lightweight materials, the pavilion features a stainless steel roof that reflects the natural panorama, seamlessly integrating into its surroundings by day while standing out at twilight.

 

Built under the constraints of limited resources and remote location, the architects employed lightweight, prefabricated materials. These were complemented by indigenous elements such as wood, stone, and brick, tailored to the skillset of local craftsmen. The result is a pavilion that fosters an immersive communion with nature, blending effortlessly with its environment while providing a tranquil retreat for visitors.

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
Quin Pavilion by Idee Architects offers stunning views of the Ba Vi Mountain range in Vietnam

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
located near Hanoi, Quin Pavilion provides a serene retreat nestled within a small forest

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
the pavilion’s design features a meandering wooden pathway encircling the woodland

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
a delicate canopy supported by slender columns provides unobstructed views of the landscape

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
bathing and restroom facilities are included in the pavilion’s design

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
Quin Pavilion’s form draws inspiration from rainwater pools on grass and clouds atop hillsides

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
an outdoor pool at Quin Pavilion offers campers a place to unwind and rejuvenate

quin-pavilion-steel-cloud-idee-architects-vietnam-designnboom-1800-2

the design harmonizes with the hillock’s topography and surrounding flora

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
indigenous elements like wood, stone, and brick complement the pavilion’s construction

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
the stainless steel roof reflects the natural panorama, blending into the environment

idee architects' quin pavilion hovers above vietnamese forest like a steel cloud
at twilight, the stainless steel roof of Quin Pavilion stands out, creating a striking visual

quin-pavilion-steel-cloud-idee-architects-vietnam-designnboom-1800-3

the pavilion blends effortlessly with its surroundings, providing a picturesque vista for visitors

 

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project info:

 

name: Quin Pavilion
architect: Idee Architects@ideearchitects

design team: Tran Ngoc Linh, Tham Duc Hung, Tran Chu Thien

structure engineer/MEP engineer: Tran Ngoc Linh

location: Vietnam

photography: Triệu Chiến | @trieuchien

 

 

designboom has received this project from our DIY submissions feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: christina vergopoulou | designboom

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