Concrete blocks with triangular apertures allow light to filter into the rooms and courtyards of this house in Vietnam's Central Highlands, designed by local architects office Khuôn Studio (+ slideshow). More
House-shaped rooms are connected by staircases and bridges inside this three-metre-wide house in Ho Chi Minh City, which was named House of the Year at the World Architecture Festival last month (+ slideshow). More
Hanoi architecture office Studio 102 has transformed an incomplete house in the Vietnamese capital into an office for a landscape architecture firm, featuring plants that clamber over its slatted timber cladding (+ slideshow). More
Vietnamese studio Vo Trong Nghia Architects has unveiled plans for a trio of housing towers in Ho Chi Minh City linked by aerial bridges and shielded from the harsh tropical sunlight by swathes of bamboo (+ slideshow). More
Vietnamese firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects has unveiled designs for a verdant university campus in Ho Chi Minh City, featuring tree-covered rooftops, balconies and a plant-filled courtyard (+ slideshow). More
Architecture in Vietnam is changing thanks to a growing economy and thriving tourism industry. Discover over 40 examples on our new Vietnamese architecture Pinterest board, including a 460-metre-high skyscraper and a kindergarten featuring a knot-shaped roof where children can grow vegetables.
Vietnamese office MIA Design Studio has transformed a polluted lake in the city of Qui Nhon into a scenic visitor attraction, with the addition of a waterside park that conceals a new sewage system (+ slideshow). More
As Vietnam continues to invest in its tourist industry, all sorts of new architecture has been springing up in the country – from traditional thatched and bamboo structures by architects like Vo Trong Nghia and a21studio, to a 460-metre skyscraper underway in Ho Chi Minh City. See more stories about architecture in Vietnam »