Designs for heritage site placed on display
The Hanoitimes - The Conservation Centre of Thang Long – Hanoi Relics has put on display 24 architectural designs for the Central Sector of the Thang Long – Hanoi Imperial Citadel`s Archaeological Site at 18 Hoang Dieu Street in order to gather public feedback.
|The Thang Long – Hanoi Imperial Citadel's Archaeological Site at 18 Hoang Dieu Street. — Photo dantri|
They include six award-winning designs, including one by Studio Milou Singapore Pte Ltd and one by a joint venture between the National Institute of Architecture and Boydens Engineering Vietnam, which tied for second place in a previous contest.
"Opinions, particularly on these two top designs, will be collected using questionnaires," said deputy head of the Conservation Centre Tran Viet Anh.After August 30, the feedback will be reported to the municipal People's Committee, which will propose the final design to the Prime Minister.
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