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Also at:

9 Rue de Pontoise                75005                                   Paris                              France

BŁyŁk Hendek Cad. 53/5 Şişhane                               34420              Istanbul                           Turkey

525 Lakhechaur Marg           Kathmandu                              Nepal

2A Masinsinan Street Teachers Village            Quezon City 1100             Metro Manila                          Philippines

 

 Newari woodcarvers working on the restoration of the 55-Windows Palace in Bhaktapur

                                                            Reviving the manufacture of crown glass in Wakefield

 Double-trestle sawing for the restoration of Dechenphug Lakhang in Bhutan

The outer faces of timber baulks were squared up by hewing

                                                           Hoffman kilns still provide many of the bricks in South Asia

Vietnam provides examples of the use of traditional lacquering in architectural restoration, as here at Hue

 Traditional tamrakars (coppersmiths) still work in small shops in the city centre of Patan , Nepal

 Single-trestle sawing was the normal method of timber conversion in the Middle Ages

  Some of our clients and project funders

                                    

Last modified: November 30, 2007