La Celia city

La Celia City is situated in Bao Ninh commune, Dong Hoi city, Quang Binh province, with an area of 18.3ha. Eden Landscape had taken part in designing the landscape before infrastructure design documents are completed, which has its advantages in coordinating harmonious & sensible landscape spaces.

Quang Binh has been gifted by nature a system of layers upon layers of mountains, along with it are magnificent caverns, creating unique impressions in people whenever this land is mentioned. However, Quang Binh’s nature is not all about mountains and caverns, there is also the vast blue ocean views reaching as far as your eyes can see. The Quang Binh ocean is emerald green, its beauty accentuated with white coral reefs spanning dozens of hectares. Thoroughly impressed by it, Eden Landscape set out to bring the splendid coral reef ecosystem to the aesthetics of La Celia City, keeping the humane values of protecting and preserving the ocean ecosystem in our minds.

The landscape designs for La Celia City have their origins from the harmonious fusion of the clean, natural ocean environment and the coral reefs in needs of protection. Eden Landscape has recreated a lively picture of underwater creature populations right on land, the most prominent being the red corals, its beauty thrilling to most people. The designs gave a new soul to the project – living here can be compared to experiencing the life under the blue oceans. Landscape spaces are decorated with figures of bright, colorful underwater creatures, in addition are pavings reminding visitors of cheerful, full of life coral reefs.

The project’s landscape space consists of seven parks and large gardens interlaced inside the urban zones. These are named after the ten most famous coral reef zones in the world: Maldives Park, Carolie Park, Funafuti Garden, Lighthouse Garden, Bikini Garden, Aldabra Garden, Tubbataha Garden. The parks and gardens make up an ocean coral ecosystem on land.

The pavilion’s design has taken inspiration from lines and structures of hexagons, in the form of a sturdy contraption, on a background of underwater creatures. The surface finish of the concrete pillars is designed after the biological features of corals. Polycarbonate sheets are utilized on top, providing light and colours. The landscape bridge acts as a highlight connecting the spaces on both sides of the lake. The bridge’s form originates from the softness of deep underwater seaweed. This image has been incorporated into the bridge railing’s structure, creating a graceful design. At Maldives Park and Carolie Park, Eden Landscape has designed two highlight structures inspired from the image of coral reefs on the ocean floor, rising vigorously. Delicate curves in the features of these coral structures give visitors to the parks a sense of energy and prosperity. The overall landscape design is also adorned with water fountains inspired by the forms of seashells, tube corals or the Mermaid, all contributing to a lively oceanic scenery.

The green spaces of the parks are organized in clusters, with multiple levels. In addition, large grass spaces are deployed to create vast, open and clean spaces, providing residents and visitors with areas for leisure, entertainment and many other uses. On the lake shore, green spaces are designed in an ecological language, made up from a multi-leveled combination of shrubs and systems of pole-trunk trees such as palm, coconut, areca palm, … Park walkways are lined with greeneries, organized into thick, leveled shrubs, further decorated with landscape boulders. In the walkway behind residences, the greenery design consists of thick grass carpets and shrubs, together with pole-trunk trees with large leaves, giving residents a resort like feel.

La Celia city

Nam Mekong group joint stock company

Quảng Bình

18,19 ha