THE PROPYLAEUM IN THE NORTH OF PHAN RANG CITY- CHAM TOWER
Because Ninh Thuan has a religious architecture with its own identity, the propylaeum in the north of the Phan Rang city- the Cham tower was inspired by the language and architectural shape of the Cham tower symbol. With the tower's form being reduced gradually, there is a unique modern shape of 58 thin steel plates placed parallel to flashes. The tower is placed on a drop-shaped landscape lake with four doors and four interconnections through the tower.
Approaching from the North, we will meet a large square with a yard and a large lawn, creating excellent views for the vehicles and tourists visiting the city, and creating a landscape for the entire propylaeum.
The left and right sides (East and West) of the lake are the promenade area, paved surface, combined with shade trees, arranged with stone chairs under the tree shadow to create a quiet space.
The area behind the tower (in the south) has a large and airy courtyard with the aim of organizing cultural, cultural and sports events, etc. and planting many shade trees with a high and wide canopy to create a backdrop for the entire area of the propylaeum.