Designed by Zaha Hadid, the research and archive center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia with unique wooden architecture is inspired by local culture. The project aims to rehabilitate the research and archive material center was founded in 1995, to record the brutal extermination a race of the "Khmer Rouge". The whole design was inspired by the oldest buildings of ancient Cambodian temple like as Ankor Wat

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia


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Unique wooden architecture of the Institute in Cambodia

Designed by Zaha Hadid, the research and archive center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia with unique wooden architecture is inspired by local culture

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