Rad about our story in ‘Self-Made: Creative Lives in Southeast Asia’ by Stephanie Peh – a book about ‘start-up stories of architects, artists, designers, photographers and filmmakers and how they navigate through terrains of uncertainty to pursue their dreams while keeping the lights on’.
#GSAPPconversations: A Podcast Series from the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation
In episode #82, architect Eleena Jamil speaks with MARCH student Lucy Navarro about her practice in Southeast Asia. Her work has been founded on research into specific social and climatic imperatives of each project brief within a broader cultural framework. She shares with us her vision on the potential of vernacular architecture and sustainable building materials, such as bamboo and timber, in Kuala Lumpur. Click on image to listen.