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Soe Ker Tie House – Noh Bo, Tak, Thailand

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Photo: Pasi Aalto / Tyin Tegnestueplan-soekertiesection-soekertie

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Building: Soe Ker Tie House
Location: Noh Bo, Tak, Thailand
Architect: TYIN Tegnestue
Client: Ole Jorgen Edna
Completion: 2009
Construction: TYIN Tegnestue, local workers from Noh Bo
Total Budget: $11,500

 

AE Interest: iron wood structure, foundation of poured concrete and old tires, traditional woven bamboo facades, angled roof provides ventilation and rainwater collection, almost all materials locally sourced, methods taught to local workers to facilitate spread of sustainable building techniques

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Written by Tiolina Pistilli

September 6, 2016 at 3:06 pm

Posted in Built

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