Ca Mau Museum for cultural and historical artifacts consists of ten domes enveloped by locally produced bricks and a continuous space between the domes. The domes, designed to be permanent exhibition spaces and sculpture gardens, are inspired by form and tectonic of a traditional kiln, which is a familiar image of Ca Mau region. Their radii are different according to the contents of exhibits, as well as inner lighting conditions. Between and around domes is circulation and flexible space, which is concealed by green roof and connected to surrounding landscape, becoming a part of cultural park around the site.

Status
Development design phase
Program
Museum
Location
Camau, Vietnam
GFA
5,520m2
Client
Camau Province
Design credit
Vo Trong Nghia Architects (VTN Architects)