Jan 9, 2011

Architectural Treat in the Jungle

When I was in Thailand, on the boarder of Burma, I visited a tiny village called Noh Bo. Here, the norwegian Ole-Jørgen Edna runs an orphanage for burmese children who have fled from Burma. Years ago a few came knocking on his door, he let them stay, and more and more kids kept coming. Now he houses 57 kids. Find out more about his project at blessedhomes.org

These very cool bamboo huts are made by the architects at TYIN tegnestue. They've been mentioned in plenty of architectural mags. Nice, huh. All images by Pasi Aalto.

Photos by Pasi Aalto

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