IDhub co-working space opens exclusively for designer community

October 30, 2018 | 10:37
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IDhub, Vietnam’s first and largest co-working space exclusively for the designer community, has opened its doors at the third floor of 100 Lo Duc Street, Hanoi.
idhub co working space opens exclusively for designer community
The official launch of ID hub is expected to nurture the growing desginer community in Vietnam

Co-working space is a fast emerging trend in developed countries. IDhub was designed as a community-focused co-working space catering to architects, contractors, and designers in Vietnam. With an emphasis on wellbeing, ID hub has created an eco-working environment for designers with an abundance of greenery and plants. The co-working space also offers a wide spectrum of modern amenities, such as a reception, a guest lounge, meeting rooms, a kitchen and serving area, as well as a garden café.

In particular, IDhub boasts amenities specially catering for interior design and construction like a showcase room for diverse and reliable material samples in the market as well as a library corner filled with the world's leading interior design magazines and books. Other amenities at IDhub include a 2D and 3D graphics library with huge resources from members in the community as well as a shelf to display catalogues from reputed interior finishing product suppliers in the market.

Besides creating an ideal working environment, IDhub also offers a range of other benefits for the designer community, including networking, seminars, workshops, and training sessions on a variety of topics related to interior design and the application of new technology in furniture design and construction. The collaborative events are expected to provide IDhub’s members with the latest insights and market trends in modern furniture design and construction.

idhub co working space opens exclusively for designer community
ID hub focuses on the wellbeing of designers with a plethora of amenities and an anbundance of greenery and plants

IDhub co-working space was co-developed by Vu Tuan Truong, Vu Cuong Quyet, and Le Anh Tuan. The founders shared the vision of developing a fresh, dynamic, and professional playground that ignites passion and promotes creativity among Vietnam’s young interior designer community.

Addressing the launching ceremony on October 29, Vu Cuong Quyet, co-founder of IDhub cum general director of Dat Xanh North JSC, said, “Several architects and designers have gathered at IDhub’s innovative co-working space to work and collaborate. The growing community at IDhub is expected to satisfy the huge demand of our homebuyers who are looking for interior design and construction services.”

On the same note, Le Anh Tuan, founder of VietCG, said that IDhub will become a good starting point for developing the designer community. Co-working space gives opportunities for architects, designers, contractors, and real estate brokers to interact more, thus providing better value to end-customers.

idhub co working space opens exclusively for designer community
The designer community at ID hub is expected to bring more value to customers

Ho Thi Thuy Hien, sales manager of An Cuong Wood Working JSC, a supplier partner for the project, said that An Cuong will continue to accompany IDhub’s community to deliver the best quality products for consumers in the market as well as introduce the firm’s latest materials and technology to the co-working space members.

Moving forward, IDhub is expected to become a leading and reliable platform for homeowners, designers, builders, as well as prestigious interior products and material suppliers in the market.

In addition to the founders and renowned architects, the launching event also saw the participation of IDhub’s leading local and international partners in supplying interior finishing products and materials, such as An Cuong, HPL, Formica, Rehau, Catalan, Hafele, Bosch, Daikin, Inax, and American Standard.

IDhub – Innovation Design Hub

Address: 3rd Floor, IDhub, 100 Lo Duc, Dong Mac Ward, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi.

Hotline: 024 668 365 88



By Thanh Van

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