Landmark 55

Hanoi, Vietnam

Landmark 55

Hanoi, Vietnam

Located in the heart of a prominent district, Landmark 55 – a mixed-use destination, will become a new icon on the skyline of Hanoi. The development includes two towers that create a visual gateway and provide active pedestrian connections through the urban context.



Project Type

Master Planning

Project Size

23,600 square-meter


Landmark 55 provides a total of 178,888sqm of area including office, hotel, condominium hotel, retail, and F&B. The two towers contain a 55-story hotel and condominium hotel tower with a dramatic sky-lobby and a 41-story office tower. The retail pavilion, made up of 4 floors, is located between both towers in the middle of the site with an active F&B roof garden and a hotel amenity terrace that connects across the site. Ground-level plazas and pedestrian streets activate both edges of the central retail pavilion and are lined with retail and restaurants.


“The Landmark 55 mixed-use development is located in the new Starlake Urban Development Area. This district is designated to become the new administrative center of Hanoi and will become the city’s primary location for diplomatic compounds, international cultural facilities, and trade/exhibition events. Home to the most high-end and modern amenities in the city, Landmark 55 will become the most iconic future commercial and entertainment destination for the neighborhood.”

Barry Shapiro, Managing Partner – Asia, 10 Design

From the citywide scale, the site extents are governed by the 55 and 41-story towers which are staggered in plan to optimize views to the West Lake and to provide the respective street addresses that both the office and hotel require. The skyline from the city center is articulated by a cantilevering lobby for the hotel directing views out across West Lake and beyond as a new belvedere for the city.

The lower volumes of the towers have been massed to create a more intimate and refined pedestrian-oriented place within the district. The central jewel building sits in an avenue of activity leading from the main street frontage and opening onto the central park at the north of the plot. This element provides a shaded and human scale of activity and massing between the towers creating clear access from the context and active roofscape forming extensions of the public park.


Lead Design Architect – 10 Design

Local Architect – INNO

Structural Engineer – Arup

MEP Engineer – Auercon

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