Waterhall Community Project in Cambodia

MIn ProgressBuilding Cambodia, 2017 Client: Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) Collaborators: Jane Luk, Janet Tam Team: Kenrick Wong, Magic Kwan, Izk Chan, Fionne Chan, Harrison Lai

This social project won the Hong Kong Institute of Architects community funding. The project comprises 3 key parts, Infrastructure, Social / Economical and Architectural. In terms of Infrastructure, we aimed to provide safe drinking water to the underprivileged communities. Building a water filtration system and tanks to filtrate water from the village lake. Socially, to create a village hall as a social hub around the new essential utilities and facilities. A sense for social gathering, celebration and community festivities. Architecturally, to discover and document the local building technique and handicraft product making methodologies which can inspire modern architecture.

Water Hall is the winner of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) Architect Community Project Fund 2017.




Ptea Teuk Dong

The Hong Kong Institute of Architects