This project reimagines the conventional social housing architecture by incorporating locally sourced renewable materials like wood and coir ropes. It introduces two key unit types: worker’s residential units and multifunctional units that serve as public spaces and flood damage mitigation devices. The development includes essential amenities such as healthcare services, childcare centers, shops, playgrounds, community hubs, educational institutions, and public green spaces, creating a holistic and sustainable living environment.
Year | 2018
Location | Cambodia
Status | Concept Design
Program | Mixed-Use
Client | Building Trust International