The headquarters of the Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics is published on the world’s leading architecture news site
Recently, the images and design information of the headquarters of the Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics were posted on Archdaily – a leading architecture news site in the world (in terms of traffic, coverage, …) .
|Pictures of the Headquarters of the Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematics posted on Archdaily.|
Specifically, the post on Archdaily is titled The Vietnam Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics / 1+1>2 Architects.
In the article, this magazine introduces the renovated work from the premises of Nguyen Van Huyen Primary School. The work has an area of 2,127m2, of which the construction area is 1,800m2 as the working and research headquarters of the Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics, along with a custom space to organize international conferences and seminars. economic.
The building is coherently conceived in its architectural language, applying asymmetrical patterns in all views, honoring mathematical symbols.
The original 3-block U-shaped shape was kept intact, but was transformed into a tighter block by creating a bridge connecting the two blocks from the top floor.
All functional areas are connected to the corridor leading to the open inner courtyard, creating a harmonious flow of movement, without making the building less airy.
The surprise from the private courtyard on the 2nd floor is the roof of the Multipurpose Hall built on the old school yard.
The idea of this project is to create an inspiring and liberal working and research space, in harmony with nature.
at Blogtuan.info – Source: vietnamnet.vn – Read the original article here