Binh Duong Thai

Mr. Thai Binh Duong, Architect, has a vast amount of architectural concept of landscape. His perspective is always brightful, sparkling and rich in image. Once studying in Italy, he had the opportunity to travel around Europe to witness and experience the most advanced trends of architecture and landscape and translated the same into projects.

From 2016 until now, creative director at EGO Landcsape, Vietnam

From 2011 to 2015, chief architect at Eden Landscape, Vietnam

From 2009 to 2011, master of architecture, University of Politecnico di Milan – Italy and work at the design office of Exposure Architects, Milan, Italy

From 2007 to 2009, worked as Vietnamese group leader of the concept department, Group8asia Company, Switzerland

From 2004 to 2007, worked as a concept office at Sacidelta Company, France

From 2003 to 2004, internship at the Design Center No.1, Vietnam Urban Architecture Joint Stock Company


Post graduate education at  Politecnico University in Milan

Undergraduate education with major in architecture, Industrial Design Faculty, Hanoi Open University, 2004.

ASLA Membership

KTSVN Vietnam’s Architects Membership


Top 15/50 of Excellent Ideas in Future Park Design Competition (Park of history in Bjørvika, Oslo )
Top 5 of Lausanne Jardins Competition 2014 by Jardin Urbain

Involved in the idea of Revising To Lich River, Hanoi, jointly held by the Association of Architects and Boral Company 2013

Award from Vietnam Association of Architects (VAA) for young architects , 3rd place for a the archiecture competition named
“build something great” in Vietnam 2012

1st prize from the International Institution I2a for participating in the international workshop “The House for New Nomads in Lugano”, Switzerland 2011.

A prize awarded by the British Council in the design contest of “Waking Up The Space” – Hanoi Architecture Contest 2009

An award by DAAD, Vietnam Association of Architects – Study Exchange Program with Federal Republic of Germany, a summer course on architecture in Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City in 2002