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An urban mosque forms a gateway to an old existing village on the island of Penang
Comfortable contemporary homes for the masses using local sustainable bamboo
Refurbishment of existing house to bring in more light and air by blurring of boundaries between inside and outside
A continuous folding roof shelters community spaces for events, performances, shops and play
A bamboo structure created for the Design Innovation Pop-up Studio at Institut Kraftangan Negara
An interior fit-out project for an upgraded engineering laboratory facility
A bamboo pavilion designed and built for the World Urban Forum 9 Kuala Lumpur
An interior fit-out for a research office in the centre of Kuala Lumpur using local materials
Our studio space in use continuously develops into something that reflects our way of working
A lattice-like timber pavilion designed for the expo at the AIA Conference 2017 in Orlando Florida
Built using traditional jointing methods, this timber pavilion sits in the courtyard of an art gallery
A shelter made from bamboo with raised square platforms set at multiple levels
A tropical house that responds to the local tropical climate with deep overhangs
The sculptural quality of this pedestrian bridge echoes its vibrant surroundings
A remodelling exercise of an existing house with a central circular courtyard
A bamboo classroom prototype designed to resist strong winds in the eastern coast of Luzon, Phillippines
Tropical secondary school, passively designed to improve the standard typology
Our bamboo projects at the Time-Space-Existence exhibition for Venice Biennale 2014
Solid wood trophies designed for the Malaysian Wood Awards 2017
A project to encourage sustainable mobility and improve ecological connections in the city of Kuala Lumpur
This elderly centre aims to connect with the local community through open design
This proposal uses recycled material to create a workshop garden for the local community of Canning Town
A mobile compact home designed for the low-income in one of the most expensive cities in the world, Singapore
Passive cooling methods are used for this hostel development providing 120 bed spaces in the small coastal town of Rompin in Pahang
A tropical detached house arranged around a central courtyard
A two-storey courtyard house with views directed towards a public park in a residential precinct of Putrajaya
This bamboo school provides teaching accommodation for children of migrant families in Mae Sot, Tak, Thailand, close to the border of Burma.
This house utilises a U-shaped plan arranged around a very private green courtyard.
Awarded first prize winner, this is an entry for flood design housing competition in 2008 launched by Norwich Union, with the support of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
In this study, an architectural analysis of a particular house typology – the courtyard terrace – in response to the environmental and social sustainability within the context of tropical Malaysia is discussed.
This is one of 6 proposals which have been shortlisted for a futuristic home international competition run by BBC Wales and National Museums and Galleries of Wales in 1999.