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G8A Architecture & Urban Planning:雅各布工厂(Jakob Factory)为来自伯尔尼的rollimarchini建筑事务所和瑞士的G8A建筑事务所的设计合作提供了一个独特的机会,该项目创造了一个高度创新和特殊的制造空间,将成为热带可持续建筑的设计典范。

G8A Architecture & Urban Planning:The Jakob Factory project offered the design partnership of rollimarchini architekten from Bern and Swiss-born G8A Architects the unique opportunity to propose a highly innovative and highly specific manufacturing space, set to become a design reference for tropical sustainable architecture.




The factory houses the specialist steel rope producers Jakob Rope Systems, a high-quality manufacturing organization, specializing in custom made steel meshing used for scales of private to industrial usage. The partnership of organizations applied their pillar value of sustainability, both environmental and social, to all phases of the design process, from conception execution and projected project developments.





The 30’000m2 site area is placed in the center of an industrial park 50 kilometers north of Ho Chi Minh City, the economic capitol of Vietnam. Ever since Vietnam’s economic reform in 1986 the country has seen a grappling rise in national GDP, with industries and populations moving from a primarily agricultural industry to a focused industrial practice. The past ten years has seen the doubling of industrial parks constructed on city outskirts from the North to the South of the country.

With lightning speed, little regulations and priorities focused on economic gain rather than environmental impact, many of these zones have witnessed highly polluting and detrimental co struction practices, transforming the previously porous land to large zones of impermeable slab development.




The Jakob Factory proposal was seen as a unique opportunity for rollimarchini and G8A to propose an alternative to these detrimental practices, presenting a strategically land saving project with focus elements of passive design.




Proposing an environmentally friendly alternative to the typically horizontally spread manufacturing buildings. Jakob Factory offers an innovative vertical densification strategy, stacking the usable zones on superimposed slats. This robust design avoids unnecessary ground usage negating needless land development, while also offering workers agreeable outdoor spaces. However, the proposition necessitates the imposing facades taking on important functions; having to provide both shading and rain protection, a service previously asked from roofing. Taking reference from the traditional tropical architecture of the region the design has developed with porous façade devised as a lush-plantation “skin”, the suspended structure is supported by a two-layer rope network stretched from the ground to the roof. The horizontal geotextile planters not only filter rain and sun, but also contribute to lowering the atmospheric temperature through evaporation, acting as air purifiers and dust particle binders.




The intelligent distribution of work spaces combined with the plantation façade and completely modular interior walls provide a comfortable working space, a pioneering initiative as Jakob Factory becomes the first project in Vietnam proposing completely naturally ventilated manufacturing halls.



▽设计图纸 Design drawing



项目名称:Jakob Factory
项目地点:越南 胡志明市
景观/建筑事务所:G8A Architects + rollimarchini architects

G8A Architects:Grégoire Du Pasquier,Manuel Der Hagopian
rollimarchini architects:Michael Rolli, Francesco Marchini

G8A Architects:Ngoc Phan,Andrea Archanco
rollimarchini architects:Fabian Vögeli
客户:Jakob Saigon LTD
图片来源:Oki Hiroyuki,Severin Jakob

Project Name: Jakob Factory
Completion Year: 2020
Scale: 13’000 m2
Project Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Landscape/Architecture Firm: G8A Architects + rollimarchini architects
Website: www.g8a-architects.com
Contact e-mail: press@g8a-architects.com

Lead Architects
G8A Architects: Grégoire Du Pasquier, Manuel Der Hagopian
rollimarchini architects: Michael Rolli, Francesco Marchini

Design Team
G8A Architects: Ngoc Phan, Andrea Archanco
rollimarchini architects: Fabian Vögeli
Clients: Jakob Saigon LTD
Photo Credits: Oki Hiroyuki, Severin Jakob




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