France-Vietnam architecture week to kick off next week

(VNF) - The France-Vietnam Architecture Week will be launched in Ho Chi Minh City from May 8 to 13. The announcement was made by the Consulate General of France in HCM. City in a press release on Wednesday.

(VNF) - The France-Vietnam Architecture Week will be launched in Ho Chi Minh City from May 8 to 13. The announcement was made by the Consulate General of France in HCMC in a press release on Wednesday.

The event is jointly held by the French Institute in Vietnam, the France-based Academy of Architecture, independent initiative An Ordinary City, the French Architects Overseas Organization and the Business France Agency.

The France-Vietnam Architecture Week aims to honor the beauty of architecture and the works of architects.

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Illustrative photo: Plessis-Bourre castle in France (source: http://homesthetics.net)

The event will bring together professional architects from Vietnam and international experts, as well as people who love architecture to exchange ideas and discuss issues related to modern urban management.

Specially, various exhibitions, workshop and seminars will be featured in the France-Vietnam Architecture Week such as "Changes of the city", "Living with heritage", "The city is not a computer".

Most of the seminars and presentation will be open for the public with free entrance.

In addition, a major exhibition will take place at the University of Architecture Ho Chi Minh City in District 3 from May 8 to 13.

Detailed information about the France-Vietnam architecture week is available at institutfrancais-vietnam.com.

Inquiry can be sent to facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1886318848324264/./.

( VNF )

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