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Indonesian Architects Work to Preserve Traditional Mbaru Niang Cone-Shaped Eco Huts

Indonesian Architects Work to Preserve Traditional Mbaru Niang Cone-Shaped Eco Huts

The cone-shaped Mbaru Niang huts are traditional symbols of community and family unity, but sadly there aren't many of them left. A group of young Indonesian architects discovered the last four remaining

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2010 Winners of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture

2010 Winners of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture

The Aga Khan Awards, last given in 2007, are decided upon every three years and recognizes all types of building projects that affect today’s built environment, from modest, small-scale projects to

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The Green School Showcases Bamboo Construction in Indonesia

The Green School Showcases Bamboo Construction in Indonesia

The Green School was established side-by-side with the non-profit Meranggi Foundation, which develops bamboo plantations by presenting seedlings to local rice farmers. The project also harnessed the

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