TYIN was established in 2008 and has built projects in poor and underdeveloped areas of Thailand, Uganda, Sumatra and Norway. Solutions to fundamental challenges call for an architecture where everything serves a purpose, an architecture that follows necessity. For today’s Round Up we have five great projects previously featured of this Norwegian architects. The main image belongs to Soe Ker Tie House, 6 sleeping units as a solution to shelter 24 children of an orphanage in Noh Bo. You can’t miss one of the winners of 2009 AD Building of the Year, the Safe Haven Library or the Bath House also in Safe Haven, both with a budget under the 5000(USD). Check out Old Market Library, TYIN’s proposal after the market fire. Finally, revisit the amazing Boathouse in More og Romsdal, Norway.