The Vann Molyvann Project is offering everyone – architects and architecture students especially – the chance to see the emblems of Vann Molyvann’s greatness. Dubbed ‘Learning From The Past’, the three-month exhibit is open at Treeline Gallery in Siem Reap.
Cambodia’s unique architecture has always been a great crowd-puller. In fact, people from all over the world come to the Kingdom’s famous Angkor Wat, Royal Palace and other sites that depict the country’s rich traditional designs.
In this week’s In Focus section, we pay tribute to Vann Molyvann – the most prolific Cambodian architect who was the impetus to the Kingdom’s New Khmer Architecture movement.
The Pasteur Institute was built in 1965-67 and was a medical research facility, remembered as an animal hospital.
The most prolific figure in Cambodia’s New Khmer Architecture movement Vann Molyvann has died at the age of 91 at home.
Famous Cambodian architect Vann Molyvann has died at his house in Siem Reap province.
Penh to Paper – 22 buildings is an art exhibition depicting some of Phnom Penh’s most significant architectural landmarks by Architects such as Jean Desbois, Vann Molyvann & Mam Sophana.
Artist and architect Stuart Croxford argues that while architecture can get bogged down in bureaucracy, the act of putting pen to paper is satisfying in itself.