Accordingly, a workshop was organized on March 11th at the Ha Noi Architectural University. Participants discussed about conservation of the city’s design.
The event, chaired by architect Luigi Core, Director and President of Venice Architectural Association, organized by IUAV University of Venince with the support of the SCE project Asia, focused on the landscape and future of Ha Noi based on the analysis of Hoan Kiem Lake - one of the most famous destinations.
After the workshop, the best projects will be displayed at the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long on March 20th.
On March 20, at the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, the Italian Embassy will organize a seminar on strategies, techniques and technologies applied to the conservation of historical heritages to celebrate the Italian Design Day. Vietnamese and Italian experts will exchange their experiences as well as provide the latest information to the audience.
One day later, a symposium between enterprises and investors will take place at the Sofitel Legend Metropole Ha Noi Hotel, clarifying the ‘economic benefits’ from the conservation and re-use of historical relic sites.
According to Ambassador Antonino Alessandro, the event in Ha Noi is part of an overall program relating to the most important cities in Southeast Asia.
The activities aim to contribute to the necessary debate to develop Ha Noi into a smart city as well as to preserve the invaluable architectural, cultural and historic heritages, especially having regard to the sustainable development of the tourism sector.