Air-purifying pavilion uses plants to absorb harmful toxins in Hanoi

A green oasis has popped up in Hanoi, a city choked by smog. Hung Nguyen Architects designed and built the Pavilion of Origins, a greenery-draped structure that uses living plants to purify the air. Set on the terrace of a three-story house in Hanoi, the pavilion is minimal and modern with a simple palette of green leafy plants, white upcycled steed frames, and a light gray pebble floor.

Hanoi ranks among the worst in the world for air pollution with traffic congestion blamed as the leading…

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