Hoa Ta Space

Số 8, Nội khu Mỹ Thái 1A, phường Tân Phú, Quận 7, tpHCM

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Living with art – Sky Garden apartment 1

Hoa Ta’s Living with art project aims to promote a lifestyle where art plays a major part in your living environment, turn a house to a home.

In this modern era, we are trapped in a place where your every day visual feeds are mainly from corporate advertising. Your visual inspiration is therefore limited. Then art becomes more important, especially visual arts, it helps you to get away with life hassles and perhaps expand your imagination.


In this article, we would like to share one of the apartments we’ve decorated in early 2020. The apartment is located in the heart of Phú Mỹ Hưng urban area in District 7, HCMC – namely Sky Garden. On your foot, it only take about 5-10 mins to walk to the renowned shopping mall Vivo City, not to mentioned countless shops, pubs, spas and other services available just around the corner.

Please take a peak at the apartment:

Our take on this apartment is to connect history through art, from reproduction of paintings from Qing dynasty of China and Indochina era graphic art to contemporary photography and illustration. Here is the list of artworks:

Children play during school time

- Chinese folk painting
- Period: Qing Dynasty (1644-1912)
- Material: printed on Xuan Paper (Calligraphy paper)
- Present: mounted on paper with Damask, framed in bamboo pattern frame.

Spring blossom

- Chinese painting reproduction
- Period: Qing Dynasty (1644-1912)
- Artist: Giuseppe Castiglione (1688 - 1766)
- Material: Printed on Xuan paper (Calligraphy paper)
- Present: Framed with glass.

Map of Indochina

- Reproduction of Indochina poster
- L'Union Francaise. Les Etats Associes d'Indochine.
- Artist: Lucien Loge
- Originated in: 1948
- Material: printed on Ilford Galerie Washi Torinoko
- Present: mounted on Aluminium composite sheet (Alubond)


- Artist: Jack Clayton
- Originated in: 2019
- Material: Unknown
- Present: Framed with 1.5 plexiglas.

Horizon of calmness

- Limited edition print from original digital work.
- Artist: Danny Bach (1989-)
- Originated in: 2013
- Material: Hahnemuhle Bamboo 290gsm archival paper.
- Present: Framed.


- Limited edition print from original digital work.
- Artist: Danny Bach (1989-)
- Originated in: 2013
- Material: Metallic 260gsm paper.
- Present: Framed with glass.