Hoi An Disability Centre:
The Hoi An Disability Daycare Centre in Vietnam is a pro bono project undertaken in partnership with Architects Without Frontiers and RMIT. The Centre includes a physiotherapy clinic and classrooms for the disabled children of Hoi An. The single story building form is derived from the local architecture which is driven by the climatic conditions of the region. This simple building has been designed to be constructed by local tradesmen and labourers.
Since 2004 we have been honoured to be working with the Buddhist monks of Bhutan to design and deliver what will be the world’s largest seated bronze Buddha. The Buddha is 60M tall and is constructed on the ‘Statue of Liberty’ principle, ie a structural steel framework with sheet bronze cladding.
The project is being constructed on a steep hillside overlooking Thimpu, the capitol of the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.
Shiva Vishnu Temple: