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(KPL) The government office construction project, started in August 2006 is making good progress and up to date 60 per cent of the overall construction has been completed.

A spokesman of the The Khamphai Sana Construction Company said this when he briefed Prime Minister, Bouasone Bouphavanh and the Deputy Minister and Head of Prime Minister’s Office, Dr Boviengkham Vongdala on the progress of its construction schedule in Vientiane Capital on 5 December.

Initially, the cost of the construction project was 54 billion kip (US$6.4 million), excluding the cost of the interior and exterior decoration.

Three types of building classification are being made: A type refers to offices of heads of departments, B type refers to government conference rooms and C type refers to the offices of the Prime Minister’s Department.

The Prime Minister urged the construction company to complete the construction projects according to schedule, which is September 2009 and he also said that this is because Laos will be hosting the 25th Sea Games in 2009 and the Sea Games Gala Dinner will be held in the yet to be built government building.

The Prime Minister said, ”The construction company should adopt a good working plan and if the managers encounter any serious problem they should not hesitate to inform the government.”




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Looking good bor Lao Nork! majority of those buildings in Vientiene was built just the way I have predicted 20 years or so ago. Don't know if anyone here will agree with me, I like to see 100% of structures in Vientiene or everywhere else in Laos to look somewhere simular to our temples to simbolized our great culture.

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DeeHom wrote:

Looking good bor Lao Nork! majority of those buildings in Vientiene was built just the way I have predicted 20 years or so ago. Don't know if anyone here will agree with me, I like to see 100% of structures in Vientiene or everywhere else in Laos to look somewhere simular to our temples to simbolized our great culture.




I am Lao Nai, but I think that we should have one area this is modernised-style building like other country..... Some area we preserve for old style building and some area for modern style building...
 If all building is similar is not so interesting....



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yeah thats a great idea i would say all government buildings should look old style then we gotta have some modernised buildings in there as business buiidings. eitehr way great job khon lao thats an awsome  picture and building

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DeeHom wrote:

Looking good bor Lao Nork! majority of those buildings in Vientiene was built just the way I have predicted 20 years or so ago. Don't know if anyone here will agree with me, I like to see 100% of structures in Vientiene or everywhere else in Laos to look somewhere simular to our temples to simbolized our great culture.



         I'm Lao Nai but i don't like your comment very much, your comment
        is seperate Lao nation and blame the same nation, you make lao
        people who live in out country hate persons who live in country.
        such the building what it can shows anything? have you even gone to
        america, canada,australia, or japan? such the building as an ant on
        eyes.
        your view and your seeing is so small, how could you asked people
         who live in out country to look at the building? you should ashmaed
         and crawl under the rug.

 



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I am Laonork, yeah DumHom, looking good. I wonder what are they going to do with the old or former National Parliament building. I think they need to go ahead tear it down.

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Once again, thank you all for the opinions but the decisions has already been made. Ohhh....I have been to many countries, enough to see all those tall glass buildings and I find it quite interesting. I don't see anything with having high rise building surrounded with glass, and we can also have the same with Lao unique architectural styles.


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yeah, very funny, this can't compare to the white house.

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The building takes to long to finish...in America, we finish that in a year is the most.



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Mr./Miss Deehom,
you just like a fog living in a hole and looking out. you see only on spot light but not all. Please come out side and see the whole world and you will be shock...let me tell you this building compair to one small department of Arerica. I am very sure if you see the capital of USA, you will get heard attack 100%. I personnaly invite you coming out of the dark hole and will learn more before you show your idea....

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i am not Lao Nok and Lao Nai, you guys can call me anything, I dont like the building, is not modern building, all the new building look similiar in vientiane

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Yeah that's a great idea i would say all government buildings should look old style then we gotta have some modernised buildings in there as business buiidings. Anyway great job khon lao that's an awsome  picture and building



   Probably, this person is a real architect or at least he has passed engineering course. He knows well how to design the city plan. 

I do agree with him. It's a good idea. On the one hand, we Lao people are always proud of the fact that our culture and architecture can be preserved in Laos. This building is a government building. It would have been ashamed, if it has not been built in Lao style or Lao architecture, nothing to say to Lao people that we need to preserve our culture. 

On the other hand, if this building was built in other style, it would be ugly, especially in center of Vientiane, meaning harmony is not observed. The modern building should be built in far away zone from the old zone.

  

       


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very nice. I like the design. I wish they keep it this way for all building. It got a Lao traditional flare to it with the arch on the roof.
It make it distinctive. It look so much better than having the Western style type of building all over town.

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khonthakek, are you Laotian person? I am hopping you are not mixed. Please honest to us.

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please be honest to us.

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Mr./Miss Deehom,
you just like a fog living in a hole and looking out. you see only on spot light but not all. Please come out side and see the whole world and you will be shock...let me tell you this building compair to one small department of Arerica. I am very sure if you see the capital of USA, you will get heard attack 100%. I personnaly invite you coming out of the dark hole and will learn more before you show your idea....



Sure called me as you're please, to me seeing thing from you point of views is call white washing our culture. So lets not jump into conclusions without seeing the  final results. I OHHH....by the way, I have lived at your nation capital for over 4 years and my HEART still function normally, also I've traveled 41 of your so call great states. So Mr Lao Loang, Have you travel 41 states yet?

 



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khonthakek, are you Laotian person? I am hopping you are not mixed. Please honest to us.




no look at my name, what do you think?  i am khonthakek, I am still insist on my last comment. the new government building to me are similiar,, I like the old buildings.....



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Mr./Miss Deehom,
you just like a fog living in a hole and looking out. you see only on spot light but not all. Please come out side and see the whole world and you will be shock...let me tell you this building compair to one small department of Arerica. I am very sure if you see the capital of USA, you will get heard attack 100%. I personnaly invite you coming out of the dark hole and will learn more before you show your idea....




no need to, Mr/Miss domhee
that's the same size as the regular rich man house in USA or any other countries.  I cann't believe you can that is the Laos government building. LooK at the front of the building, is that used to be old building?
no hard feeling, you through this **** to me so i gotta you back some how.



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DeeHom wrote:

Once again, thank you all for the opinions but the decisions has already been made. Ohhh....I have been to many countries, enough to see all those tall glass buildings and I find it quite interesting. I don't see anything with having high rise building surrounded with glass, and we can also have the same with Lao unique architectural styles.




   5555555555 cox you have low standard, you don't know what the

   architecture means. 55555555555555555 no how poor you are!



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Ok all you Lao Loang, personally I like to see more super structures here in Lao, but we are doing what we can with our limited budgets. I would love so see our unique styles of building to be modernized and expand into exact size of YOU NATION CAPITAL. Perhaps some of you might want to come into my office and advise me in person next time you visit YOUR former country of Birth.

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WOW... our government dam smart i'm very happy to see big government office, but the sametime when i saw a lots of schools in remote area students learning in dirt floor, broken wall and leaking roof. I hope in the future students in remote area will have beautyful school like that.

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WOW... our government dam smart i'm very happy to see big government office, but the sametime when i saw a lots of schools in remote area students learning in dirt floor, broken wall and leaking roof. I hope in the future students in remote area will have beautyful school like that.




Our lord mighty Buddha said in the next life time!



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was this built with any foreign loans? if not, then I'm very proud!

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WOW... our government dam smart i'm very happy to see big government office, but the sametime when i saw a lots of schools in remote area students learning in dirt floor, broken wall and leaking roof. I hope in the future students in remote area will have beautyful school like that.

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 do you mean , Lao Goverment should build schools first! then build they office later?......



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i think the building taking so long to finish because the Goverment dosen't have the budget 



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nice building! i like the panoramic photo view too. is this near lane xang?



http://eye-in-the-blue-sky.blogspot.com/2009/01/laos-weird-concrete-sculptures-of.html

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