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Viroth’s Restaurant

Siem Reap, Cambodia — 2004

A masonry grid along a basin highlights the threshold on the street and protects the restaurant located on a plinth overhanging a garden organized around pre-existing trees. The restaurant consists an outdoor room covered by a large roof straw and bordered by a bamboo wall. The extension consisted of fitting out the old wooden house and the creation of a gallery covered that connects it to the great hall. The gallery is built in sheet metal trays forming a garden roof supported by metal tubes.




Architecture, Restaurants