After nearly 10 years since the implementation started, now, those who visit Hong Ha Eco City City (Tu Hiep, Thanh Tri, Hanoi) are surprised by the green beauty and security. healthy new urban area, busy, synchronous, but full of ecology, close to the center of the city. But few people know that, to achieve the above results is the investment in planning research, as well as the architects’ enthusiasm to pursue the planning ideas to the end in the construction investment process.
Located in the Southeast of Hanoi City, adjacent to the Phap Van – Cau Gie – Ninh Binh intercity highway, the Hong Ha Eco City new urban area has an area of more than 16.7 hectares. With the goal of spatial organization planning to realize the idea of a “green urban area” with full modern facilities, but promoting the organic linkage between housing and utility projects. nature, trees, urban spatial organization planning plans have been continued, but always consistent with the intention throughout.
Firstly, on the planned land area, which is currently agricultural land, the concept design plan has been planned according to the model of low-rise buildings.
However, a breakthrough solution has come when the Swedish architect – Lars Ladin researched the proposal to design the spatial organization of the new urban area according to the model of Garden City by Clarence Perry. The concept of planning an eco-urban area that reuses rainwater, organizing a large-scale ecological park with water and greenery along the length of the central area, at the same time plays the role of connecting and connecting high-rise buildings at the fringes around the land. The public service areas including shopping centers, schools are planned on the north and northeast edges of the site. However, due to a number of objective and subjective reasons, especially the requirements to meet the standards and regulations at that time, the implementation of the above planning ideas also encountered many obstacles.
Concept planning with the first low apartment buildings
Concept of planning and organizing the ecological urban area of Arch. Lars Ladin implemented
Perspective of planning Hong Ha Eco City new urban area and 6 Giac Quan park implemented by Sunjin Vietnam architects
The plan of planning the Hong Ha Eco City new urban area is really feasible, with the idea of an “ecological” urban area throughout, when the Sunjin Vietnam architects group directly implements. Adjusted to meet all current standards and regulations, the master plan of the space, Sunjin Vietnamese architects still respect the idea of organizing an ecological urban area in which the area of green trees area of nearly 70% of the area, arranged in many landscape areas, with the main highlight is the ecological green park in the center with high-rise buildings of 10 – 34 floors – construction density on average, 30% arranged in clusters in the north, south and southeast ranges. The utility public service areas such as shopping centers and schools are arranged with convenient traffic places in the southeastern edge of the land.
With the name of the 6-senses park, the central highlight park plays the role of ecological lung and landscape for the whole area. With a spacious lawn space with typical green trees and artificial streams – reusing domestic water, this is also a space for many community activities, a place to play and explore nature, as well as fun sports workouts for residents especially children and the elderly.
Unique ecological environment with green trees and ecological springs in the current 6 Giac Quan Park
The idea of spatial planning with the belt traffic axis, limiting radial motor traffic contributes to safety – limiting traffic accidents for people (especially the elderly and children). like encouraging residents to walk – a way to increase athletic activity, increase physical fitness.
Nowadays, after nearly 10 years of planning and implementing construction, the actual shape from the idea of planning the original ecological urban area of Hong Ha Eco City has gradually been completed with full nuances, lively sounds and synchronous utility and stature of a green urban area – utility – safety in the heart of the city.
The 6 Senses Central Park is an exciting place to play and explore nature with children – something very rare for residents living in urban areas.
People enjoy ecological facilities with many forms of outdoor sports