nanoHome Gallery

nanoHome Gallery

This project has a very interesting story of how it came into being. The building form was conceived as both headquarters and sales galley of a major lighting and electrical products company that has traded for 30 years in Vietnam. It was to serve as a corporate headquarters and sales gallery for existing and new products and services of this expanding corporate profile.

Dark Horse Architecture

This project has a very interesting story of how it came into being. The building form was conceived as both headquarters and sales galley of a major lighting and electrical products company that has traded for 30 years in Vietnam. It was to serve as a corporate headquarters and sales gallery for existing and new products and services of this expanding corporate profile.

Interior

C o m m e r c i a l

The architect chose a product – glass blocks, to be the primary expression of building exterior, with natural day light flooding the interiors during the day and internal illumination to create a glowing “lightbox” into the evening.

This material would create very high levels of natural illumination during the day light. Other areas of planter boxes and clear vision windows would articulate the building form.

This question led to Darkhorse to be commissioned to create interiors that would maintain the potential of the nighttime illumination for the light box effect but would seriously recreate the interiors to become a sensitive and controlled display experience for the 6 levels of exhibition space.

The designed outcome is a carefully configured and curated experience of journey and discovery that allows for the full appreciation of the products and ideas;

that is a testament to the character of the client who is seriously focused on creating a design excellence outcome, that is both distinctive, flexible and educational.