Cambodia is known as a country that’s rich in culture, arts and architecture. But through war, internal conflicts, the splendid arts and culture have somehow been forgotten by its own people. Since the last three decades, the arts scene in Cambodia has been growing.
In fact, this is when Phnom Penh became known as the Pearl of Asia. Much of the French colonial architecture is still alive, too, and can be explored to this day.
On December 17, Penh House & Jungle Addition opened its doors for tourists and locals in Phnom Penh.
Battambang is better known as the last bastion of colonial architecture in Cambodia.
CAMBUILD 2018, announced during the press conference on August 30 at Hotel Cambodiana that this year’s event will focus on the theme “Innovative Green Design & Planning for Smart City”.
Architecture is the art and science of design that provide us the physical environment we live in.
At 26, Hak Theara has already made a name for himself in the field of design and architecture. He owns and manages Sorsor Architects, a medium architectural studio based in Phnom Penh, and has dozens of superb projects in his portfolio.
A Chinese firm to create online courses teaching various skills to Cambodians.
Pictures of the sleek Tianjin Binhai Library have gone viral on Chinese social media and abroad since its opening, with headlines trumpeting it as the “world’s best library” and a “book lover’s dream”.
The most prolific figure in Cambodia’s New Khmer Architecture movement Vann Molyvann has died at the age of 91 at home.
There is no shortage of successful Cambodians in the public and private sectors who have completed their university education in the Philippines.
Cambodia’s former cinema buildings were indicative of the country’s famous architecture before the civil war.