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The stilted school is part of a reconstruction programme set up by Design for Disasters (D4D). After an earthquake ruining 73 schools and leaving over 2,000 students without classrooms, D4D has been working to re-build 9 earthquake-resistant schools in the worst affected areas.

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Project name: Baan Nhong Bua School
Description: Re-build an earthquake-resistant school.
Category: education
Design: Jun Sekino
Consultants: Next Innovation Engineering, The Engineering Institute of Thailand and The Consulting Engineers Association of Thailand
Building status: in use
Construction period: 2014-2015
Location: Chiang Rai, Thailand
Coordinates: 19°53'34.9'' N, 99°44'39.6'' E
Tags: flood, earthquake, disaster, climate
Project ID: 459
Published: 15 April 2014
Last updated: 29 November 2015
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