V Tower- The Highest Tower on The Middle Highland of Vietnam Designed By HAS Architecture & HNA Architects

V Tower- The Highest Tower on The Middle Highland of Vietnam Designed By HAS Architecture & HNA Architects

Nguyen Hoang and Nguyen Manh Dung of HAS Architecture & HNA Architects have designed the 25-storey V Tower or Victory Tower, which is a twin building located in the heart of Kontum City. The city lies above the Dakbla River and touches the border of three countries- Cambodia and Laos. The building is surrounded by a low-density residential area with plenty of open space. A minimalist simple glass facade wraps the entire facade that gives an appearance as if the building is shifting away from the compact street fronting the structure. The skyscraper is considered to be the highest tower on the Middle Highland of Vietnam. The architecture firm has shared more details about this magnificent project with us. Read on:


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v-tower-surfaces-reporterChien Thang Corporation, developer for an iconic 5 stars Hotel building and A standard office building in Kontu, entrusted the work of designing the building to the architectural firm. 

Eye-Catching Facade

The first thing that catches the attention of any passerby is the distinctive facade of the building, which looks like the shape of V, which is why it gets the name- V Tower.

v-tower-surfaces-reporterThe facade of the building is clad in a simple glass facade to ensure maximum daylight enters the spaces while maintaining privacy in the spaces.

v-tower-surfaces-reporter“To exploit the Dakbla river fronting context of the site, we have introduced a minimalist simplicity glass façade, which reminds us very much about Mies’s HP tower. These allow the building to appear to be shifting away from the busy street fronting the building. This allows the building to create a unique profile against the skyline,” says Nguyen Hoang.

An Open and Symbolic Structure

The "V" (Victory – Chi?n Th?ng in Vietnamese) is the general symbol of simplicity, joy and hospitality.


Glass partitions and sky garden terrace, will be used inside the apartments to create the openness of which the "V" is symbolic.

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What it Accommodates

The ground floor of the building consisted of Reception space, cafeteria, mechanical room, and other service functions. The 2-5 floor is F&B, conference center and other social facilities.

v-tower-surfaces-reporterThe 6-8th floor comprises a large semi-outdoor green terrace and high-end office space. From the 10th floor to the 25th floor, the typical plan of the office can be divided into 2 sections, Hotel, and service apartments.

Project Details

Architecture Firm: HAS Architecture & HNA Architects
Architect In Charge: Nguyen Hoang, Nguyen Manh Dung
Design Team: Nhan Phan, Tien Nguyen, Truong Luyen, Vu Nguyen, The Nguyen
Structurer Engineer: Tin An JSC. 
GFA: 450000 m2
Height: 120m 
Interior design: HAS Architecture
Landscape design: HAS Architecture 
Client: Chien Thang Corp
Year: 2022 -2024

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