I first found these videos on social media and found them to be fascinating and addicting to watch. These two guys (plus a cameraman) from Cambodia design and build anything from two story houses with swimming pools to temples with water slides all using ancient techniques and organic materials such as bamboo, leaves for paint, ant colonies for cement, etc. They do it all with handmade tools, jars, and baskets. The two guys are usually shirtless with no shoes and showcase their primitive technology and skillsets.
The videos themselves are edited well using time lapse to show the continual progress of the project in the video. They are good about fast forwarding through the monotonous and tedious tasks and keep the viewer’s attention; when showcasing these tedious tasks such as filling a pool with water or lining the pool with cement, they show the first couple seconds of how the guys do it and then fast forward to the end result. This video format makes the videos addicting and I have found myself watching many of them in a row. There is a satisfaction aspect to them where you can see an entire project put together in a matter of minutes with this interesting primitive technology. They have this strange format where neither of the guys speak to one another but are constantly on the same page and working together. Both of them are extremely skilled in construction and aesthetics as well. They will go the extra mile (literally) to finish off the projects with bamboo decking, painting, etc to give the buildings a finished look.