Sepang House completed

Sepang House

Sepang House is defined by a large sheltering roof with deep overhangs and shaded terraces. Using a combination of material such as concrete, wood and bricks, it develops a material language that echoes its tropical setting.

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Bamboo Playhouse shortlisted at WAF 2015

Bamboo Playhouse
Bamboo Playhouse

The Bamboo Playhouse is shortlisted in the ‘small projects category’ at the World Architecture Festival 2015. We will be presenting the project at the festival in Singapore which runs from the 4th through to the 6th of November 2015.

Sri Rampai Pedestrian Bridge in progress

Wangsa Maju BridgeOur pedestrian bridge in an expanding city suburb in Kuala Lumpur is currently in progress. Spanning across a busy road, it creates a safe crossing to the LRT train station.

The bamboo classroom today


Completed almost 6 years ago in 2009, we are pleased to see that our wind-resilient bamboo classroom prototype in Camarine-Sur, Philippines (the Millennium School Project) is still standing strong and wonderfully adapted by elementary school pupils.




‘Spiral Pedestrian and Cycle Link’ shortlisted in WAF 2015

The proposed Spiral Pedestrian and Cycle Link in Kuala Lumpur is one of our projects shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival Awards 2015. We will be presenting the project during the festival which runs from the 4th to the 6th of November 2015 at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.

Bamboo Playhouse in ARCHINESIA


Bamboo Playhouse has been featured in the ‘upcoming project’ section in the 7th Edition of ARCHINESIA, an Indonesia-based architectural publication.

Sepang House nearing completion

One of our residential projects, the Sepang House, is coming close to completion. The detached  house with a large sheltering roof is located in Sepang, Selangor and is progressing swiftly towards completion in June 2015 with the contractor now concentrating on the interiors.

EJA participates in Undo-Redo Workshop

undo-redo workshop Eleena is one of the four mentoring architects in the Undo-Redo Workshop¬†organised by #BetterCities running between the 2nd of March until the 13th of March 2015. She is leading the ‘Progressive Future” group where it will explore new potentials for a public site in Damansara Jaya. The group will explore the idea of an interactive environment, an environment with forms that would be able to be altered to accommodate the needs of the current users and the changing conditions of the future.

Click here for link to the workshop on #BetterCities facebook.