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“Green architecture helps people live harmoniously with nature and elevates human existence by embracing the forces from the sun, wind and water into living area. When the current thought process doesn’t change, eventually citizens will really reside in concrete jungles,” Vo Trong Nghia says within this week’s episode of Al Jazeera’s Digital rebel Architecture series. An award-winning Vietnamese architect, Nghia is renowned for his sustainable and eco-friendly designs in addition to his use bamboo. Within this 25-minute episode, we follow Nghia on his pursuit to transform Vietnam’s attitude towards architecture and eco-friendly spaces through his “Vertical Farming City,” and catch a peek at his project to apply low-cost housing solutions for Vietnam’s poorest communities in Mekong Delta.
i.house Architecture and Construction on VTV3 – Vietnam
el chale: english or spanish subtitles please !