Unique open space to connect friends around the world – welcome to Ccasa Hostel Nha Trang located in Vietnam.
This recently completed hostel has been designed by TAK Architects promotes co-living and community.
The hostel is divided into three functional blocks—the serving block, the sleeping block and the washing block. As the design focuses on community connectivity driven by co-living, all of spaces, even the bathrooms, are designed as communal areas. Even the bed spaces were reduced to a size just large enough to sleep and the shared spaces were maximized to promote better interaction between travelers.
Blending the old Vietnam with the new, this structure utilises recycled material including the shipping containers.
Want to know more about Ccasa Hostel? Head to their website now.
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