One Pillar Pagoda - Vietnam

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Name One pillar Pagoda
Place Ha Noi
Country Vietnam
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Why is this case relevant?

  • This case was chosen because of its unique structure design that based on a lotus flower, which was built base on the emperor Lý Thái Tông's dream of meeting the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara and the suggestion of a monk name Thiên Tuệ. The emperor constructed the temple in gratitude for this in 1049. It was recognized as Asia's most unique piece of architecture by the Asia Book of Records. It is a symbol of long lasting happiness and good luck of the capital, Thang Long(Ha Noi).

Which idea of ‘design with nature’ guides the design concept of this site?

  • In this section you talk about the design concept of your area. Is it a highly maintained site, i.e. does the design with nature require intensive maintenance? Or does the site follow a more organic interpretation of nature? Which changes are expected if maintenance is missing?
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Which challenges is this landscape facing?

  • Here you discuss the types of negative impact you are observing but you can also mention new functions that could give a development opportunity

What would be your strategy for improvement?

Finally, please share some ideas of how you would initiate positive change for your heritage area

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