Medical Schools, Myanmar
5 February 2017
90 th Anniversary UM1 - Yangon February 2017
Photos shared by Lyn San Tyna
For the College of Engineering, Rangoon University, Burma, a very unusual single-curvature free-form shell was designed and built during 1955 and 1956 by British engineers and contractors – the former, architects Raglan Squire & Partners, the latter Taylor Woodrow Ltd.
The span was 93 ft. (28 m) and the length 153 ft. (46.6 m). Unlike the hypars and conoids, this was essentially a free-form shape, intended to evoke a turtle shell. It was also a rare example in being built entirely of teak. An architectural model of this structure was exhibited at the Building Exhibition in London in 1955.
EENT Hospital Yangon
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Yangon General Hospital where all IM1 Graduates were Trained for the MBBS Degree.