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The Lanna Architecture Center - the purpose of the center is to conduct research and collect information about Lanna art and architecture, with the intention of preserving skills and techniques that would otherwise be lost to time. The facility is housed in a two storey teak building. The ground floor has columns with semi-arches, and is made of brick covered with stucco. The home was known as Khum Jao Bureeratana or Maha Intra - and was once the house of a Chiang Mai royal. There are occasional exhibitions about Thai northern architecture here.
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The Lanna Architecture Center - the purpose of the center is to conduct research and collect information about Lanna art and architecture, with the intention of preserving skills and techniques that would otherwise be lost to time.  The facility is housed in a two storey teak building. The ground floor has columns with semi-arches, and is made of brick covered with stucco.  The home was known as Khum Jao Bureeratana  or Maha Intra -  and was once the house of a Chiang Mai royal.  There are occasional exhibitions about Thai northern architecture here.