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One-Year House

Julia King and Asif Khan's One Year House project was based on the MaeLa Camp, housing 50,000 Burmese, half of them children. Julia and Asif collaborated with the local people to develop sustainable family shelters. A study of potential building systems produced a prototype refugee hut, with material tests and the development of new tools carried out by local carpenters. The project, whose benefits may eventually spread to other Thai border refugee camps, was subsequently awarded follow-up funding by the British Council.

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