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Designed by Kawabe Naoya Architects the Tamasa serviced apartment and hotel in the suburbs of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, sits between Phnom Penh International Airport and the city’s downtown, in an area frequented primarily by foreign tourists and business travelers.
Architects: Weston Williamson + Partners
WW+P worked with Engenuiti, Integration and Building Trust International to design a building which was flexible and adaptable to meet current and future needs. It comprises three additional classrooms, a library and a covered external classroom with a sunken play area, which doubles as a small amphitheatre.
Design: Peter Ruge Architekten. The bamboo pavilion is located in the middle of ‘Freedom park’, which is the central location for the international bamboo festival. It is the place for holding events, performances, exhibitions, and gathering area for the visitors.
Design: Atelier COLE, architects
This building – by Building Trust international, Wildlife Conservation Society and the Royal Government of Cambodia – will act as a hub for eco-tourism activities in the northern plains of Cambodia and stand as a memorial to the past.
Design: Arte Charpentier Architectes. The Central Market in Phnom Penh is a remarkable monument, not only because of its architecture but also by its influence on the shape of urban space. Inaugurated in 1937, nearly seventy years ago, it still remains an architectural model for the covered markets.
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Building Trust international are pleased to announce a new sustainable design prototype for an eco-lodge that will assist local villagers protecting natural areas by attracting local and foreign tourists to see critically endangered species thereby creating local income that is not based on selling forest products.
The Sleuk Rith Institute, Phnom Penh, Cambodia – design by Zaha Hadid Architects – Cambodia Institute and Genocide Memorial Building, Cambodian architecture
Design: Building Trust International, Habitat for Humanity and Karuna Cambodia. Collaboration between three NGOs results in the construction of housing solutions that bring new life to housing design and delivery for low income families living in Cambodia.
Angkor Wat: largest pre-industrial city in the world, at one time with around 1 million inhabitants and sophisticated hydraulic network. Famous for its ancient temple.