Architects hope to refresh old industrial spaces in Hanoi

Industrial facilities in Hanoi have been at risk of causing environmental pollution which affects people's health and hinders urban development. — VNA/VNS

HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): Old, industrial buildings in Hanoi may well have run their course with many looking like a blot on the capital’s landscape.

But architectural experts believe some of these empty units could provide the ideal location to create cultural spaces, giving dilapidated properties a new lease of life.

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