The coffee shop in Kon Tum was once praised by foreign newspapers

The shop is designed with bamboo clusters resembling fish traps, and was in the top 5 most beautiful architectural works in 2014.

 

The coffee shop in Kon Tum was once praised by foreign newspapersBuilt in early 2013, the coffee shop on Bach Dang Street (Kon Tum City, Kon Tum Province) is located right next to Dak Bla bridge. The restaurant was selected by architects and more than 300,000 readers of ArchDaily magazine as one of the top 5 most beautiful architectural works of the year.

Built in early 2013, the coffee shop on Bach Dang Street (Kon Tum City, Kon Tum Province) is located right next to Dak Bla bridge. The restaurant was selected by architects and more than 300,000 readers of ArchDaily magazine as one of the top 5 most beautiful architectural works of the year.

On an area of ​​500 m2, the shop is formed from 15 inverted cone-shaped bamboo clusters over 3 meters high, inspired by the fish traps of Vietnamese people.

On an area of ​​500 m2, the shop is formed from 15 inverted cone-shaped bamboo clusters over 3 meters high, inspired by the fish traps of Vietnamese people.

The main material of the project is bamboo. According to architect Vo Trong Nghia, who designed the project, bamboo is soaked in mud and smoked and then tied tightly with rope. This structure allows cool breezes to blow in and can withstand hurricanes.

The main material of the project is bamboo. According to architect Vo Trong Nghia, who designed the project, bamboo is soaked in mud and smoked and then tied tightly with rope. This structure allows cool breezes to blow in and can withstand hurricanes.

The roof is covered with natural roofing and covered with fiberglass panels on top so that natural light can still penetrate.

The roof is covered with natural roofing and covered with fiberglass plastic panels on top so that natural light can still penetrate.

Surrounding the coffee drinking space on three sides is an artificial lake. The main door faces the cool breeze blowing in from the Dak Bla River, so inside there is almost no need to use air conditioning.

Surrounding the coffee drinking space on three sides is an artificial lake. The main door faces the cool breeze blowing in from the Dak Bla River, so there’s almost no need to use air conditioning inside.

The lake is designed in an overflow style, the water surface is always calm with many trees around and planted in the middle of the lake.

The lake is designed in an overflow style, the water surface is always calm with many trees around and planted in the middle of the lake.

Uniquely shaped statues reflect on the calm lake as a highlight for the cafe.

Uniquely shaped statues reflect on the calm lake as a highlight for the cafe.

These "fish trap" Giant bamboo reflecting on the water makes the restaurant space even more lively. "I often come here to drink coffee on my lunch break. The restaurant's architecture is beautiful and unique, feeling both classic and modern. If you want to find an airy, cool place thanks to the wind, this place is a good choice"Ms. Mai Hoa (Kon Tum City) shared.

The giant bamboo “fish bowls” reflected in the water make the restaurant space even more lively. “I often come here to drink coffee on my lunch break. The restaurant’s architecture is beautiful and unique, feeling both classic and modern. If you want to find an airy, cool place thanks to the wind, this place is a good choice,” Ms. Mai Hoa (Kon Tum City) shared.

Every day, the restaurant welcomes hundreds of customers, crowded on weekends and holidays. There are many drinks in the shop with prices from 15,000 VND or more.

Every day, the restaurant welcomes hundreds of customers, crowded on weekends and holidays. There are many drinks in the shop with prices from 15,000 VND or more.