Townhouse at street corner in Kampot city, Cambodia Facade in imperial yellow, the definitive colour for colonial architecture in this period in cambodia Well maintained and in fine shape, now a boutique hotel & restaurant operate in it
The Harbour Boutique Hotel, Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Updated Jan. 04, 2017, development in reality:
Founded under French colonial rule, had been one of the elite schools in Indochina. The campus buildings have been freshly painted and repaired in recent years and the architecture is orderly and stylish. The lycee is still functioning as a school today. Its architecture is well preserved and its campus open for visit. Classroom Sisowath [...]
Street 1.5, Battambang town
"L'espace, l'air et la lumière" Three goals to be ultimately pursued in architecture: space, air and light Materials: bricks, concrete, glass, wood.
Built in the beginning of the 20th century by a Mr. Tan (presumably Chen 陳 in Mandarin) as his Phnom Penh home. Mr. Tan was a Hokkien Chinese among the early emigrants to Cambodia and evidently a successful businessman having amassed a great amount of capital through trading like many of his Chinese compatriots did. [...]
Colonial style townhouse In desolate condition, ground floor serving as local shops in the market place, upper floor as residential homes for the unprivileged, roof terrace in desperate disuse. Kratie province, Cambodia.
Shipping container recycled.
Riverfront townhouse Uninhabited Kampot town, Southern Cambodia.