Hoàng Thúc Hào

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Hoang Thuc Hao
Hoàng Thúc Hào
Born 1971[1]
Hanoi
Nationality Vietnam Vietnamese
Occupation Architect
Awards
  • Vassilis Sgoutas Prize - UIA 2017
  • Sia Gezt Prize 2016
  • Wechoice Award - Inspire Ambassadors 2016
  • Architect of the Year 2015

Biography[edit]

Hoang Thuc Hao (born 1971 in Hanoi) is a Vietnamese architect from Hanoi. He studied architecture and urban planning at National University of Civil Engineering in Hanoi and later graduated from the Polytechnic University of Turin in 2002. As the chairman of the Architecture Association of Hanoi University for Civil Engineering, he is a lecturer at the Architecture Faculty at Hanoi University for Civil Engineering. He is also executive member of the Association of Vietnamese Architects and Green Architecture Council in Vietnam. In 2004, Hao founded 1+1>2, which is an architecture office focused on supporting disadvantaged communities, protect and promote cultural diversity in the context of globalization.[2][3]

Career[edit]

Hoang Thuc Hao is the first Vietnamese receiving the SIA-GETZ Award 2016 for emergent architecture in Asia,[4] also the first Vietnamese architect awarded the VASSILIS SGOUTAS PRIZE 2017 of The International Union of Architects (UIA) : "...Hoang Thuc Hao, specifically with his work in rural communities, highlights the role that architects can play in such contexts. By understanding and adapting to local conditions, he has achieved a remarkable degree of architectural innovation. As part of the process, villagers are involved and thus empowered in the improvement of their environment. Mr Hoang goes beyond building sustainability in that he also addresses cultural sustainability in his works, an aspect often neglected in developing economies."[5]

Hao's work focuses on supporting neglected communities by diverse projects, such as community houses, workers’ houses, schools for disadvantaged children, children's playground systems and so on. By his approach of combining academic knowledge and traditional experience, natural and cultural assets of a commune should be enhanced and minority culture should be preserved. Among all the projects he has done, Hao not only aims at sustainability of the building but also the sustainability of culture.[6][7]

With his principle of ‘happiness architecture’, Hao outlines the ability of architecture that not merely includes designing building and space, but creating happiness.[8]

Works[edit]

Suoi Re Community House (Hòa Bình)[9]

Ta Phin Community House (Sa Pa, Lào Cai)[10]

Chieng Yen Community House

Nam Dam Earth Village with Homestay (Hà Giang)[11]

Cam Thanh Community House (Hội An)[12]

Lung Luong Primary School (Thái Nguyên)[13]

Happiness Center of Bhutan (Bhutan)[14]

Children’s Playground System[15]

Housing Program for Flooded Region

Vegetable Nursery System Made of Recycled Material[16]

Worker's Housing (Lào Cai)

The country house (Đồng Nai)[17]

Dong Anh villa (Đông Anh Hà Nội)[18]

Awards[edit]

[36] UIA Award (International Union of Architects) 1996[19]

Arcasia Award for Architecture 2013 for Suoi Re Community House, 2014 for Ta Phin Community House, 2015 for Cam Thanh Community House[20]

Winner World Architecture Festival Award 2015 for Cam Thanh Community House[21]

We choice Awards - Inspire Ambassadors 2016</ref>

FutureArc Green Leadership Award 2016 for Nam Dam Earth Village with Homestay[22]

International Architecture Award 2016 for Cam Thanh Community House[23]

Green Good Design Award 2016 for Cam Thanh Community House and Nam Dam Earth Village with Homestay[24]

Vietnamese Architect of the Year 2015 (Ashui Awards)[25][26]

SIA-Getz Architecture Prize 2016 for emergent architecture in Asia[27][28][29][30]

Green Good Design 2017 for Jungle Flower[31]

Green Good Design 2017 for Bhutan Happiness Centre[32]

Vassilis Sgoutas Prize - UIA 2017 [33] [34] [35] [36] [37]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Article in Viet Nam News, Retrieved January 2017
  2. ^ [2] Article in Viet Nam News, January 2017
  3. ^ [3] Cuu Sinh Vien DHXD National University of Civil Engineering, December 2016
  4. ^ [4]
  5. ^ SIA-Getz Jury Judgement. "SIA-Getz Price". sia-getzarchprize.
  6. ^ [5] Hoang Thuc Hao Architects, Retrieved January 2017
  7. ^ [6] Viet Nam News, Retrieved February 2016
  8. ^ FuturArc (Nov–Dec 2016). "The Voice of Green Architecture". FuturArc. 51 (Year-End Issue 2016).
  9. ^ [7] Suoi Re Village Community House / 1+1>2. ArchDaily.
  10. ^ [8] Ta Phin community house / 1+1>2. ArchDaily.
  11. ^ [9] Nam Dam Homestay and Community House / 1+1>2 Architects. ArchDaily.
  12. ^ [10] Cam Thanh Community House / 1+1>2. ArchDaily.
  13. ^ [11] Jungle Flower / 1+1>2. ArchDaily.
  14. ^ [12] Bhutan Happiness Centre / 1+1>2. ArchDaily.
  15. ^ [13] kienviet.net January 2017
  16. ^ [14] Vegetable Nursery House / 1+1>2 International Architecture JSC. ArchDaily.
  17. ^ [15] The Country House
  18. ^ [16] Dong Anh Villa
  19. ^ [17] Hoang Thuc Hao Architects, Retrieved January 2017
  20. ^ [18] Hoang Thuc Hao Architects, Retrieved January 2017
  21. ^ [19] Winner World Architecture Festival
  22. ^ [20] Hoang Thuc Hao Architects, Retrieved January 2017
  23. ^ [21] Hoang Thuc Hao Architects, Retrieved January 2017
  24. ^ [22] ashui.com, Retrieved January 2016
  25. ^ [23] ashui.com, Retrieved January 2016
  26. ^ [24] Radio the Voice of Vietnam VOV WORLD SERVICE, Retrieved January 2016
  27. ^ [25] SIA-GETZ Architecture Prize
  28. ^ [26] VnExpress, Retrieved November 2016
  29. ^ [27] Tía Sang, Retrieved November 2016
  30. ^ [28] kenh14.vn, Retrieved November 2016
  31. ^ [29] Jungle Flower
  32. ^ [30] Bhutan Happiness Centre
  33. ^ [31] Vietnamnews, Retrieved September 2017
  34. ^ [32] Kienviet.net, Retrieved September 2017
  35. ^ [33] Ashui, Retrieved September 2017
  36. ^ [34] Vassilis Sgoutas Prize - UIA 2017uia-architects.org
  37. ^ [35] Vassilis Sgoutas Prize - UIA 2017VnExpress.net, Retrieved September 2017