Happy to be modelmaking again after a long pandemic-led hiatus. Here’s our first in a long time for a ‘cafe cum plant nursery’ scheme: a model made of balsa wood to represent bamboo, blue coloured elements denote steel work and laser-cut boards for perforated brickwork.
Desa Mahkota School – one of our earliest built work – is featured in South Korea-based magazine CSFA REVIEW, Autumn 2021 No.06 edition published by CFSA (Creative Convergence Forum for School Architecture)
Kampung Endah Library: We have recently completed a library in a Malaysian west coast village called Kampung Endah with a population for 2000 people. The new library has been remodelled from an existing dilapidated structure. More details here.
On 19th September 2018, Director-General of UNESCO Audrey Azoulay named Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia as the World Book Capital for the year 2020. In conjunction with this, a series of micro-libraries were built all over the city. The Bamboo library located within the grounds of Perdana Botanical Gardens was designed by us as part of the initiative.
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’.
Embracing year 2020 with much enthusiasm and excitement for forthcoming exhibitions, talks, a book publication in progress and a number of live projects due for completion. Image is of terasek house in its final stages of construction. More details of this project in the upcoming months.
We have just completed an urban mosque called Karwa Mosque located in a urban site in Tanjong Tokong Penang. More details available on our portfolio page.
We are featured in ‘Breaking Ground: Architecture by Women’ written by Jane Hall and published by Phaidon – A visual survey of architecture designed by women from the early twentieth century to the present day #breakingground #architecturebywomen #phaidonpublications
Pleased to be handing over this mosque to the local community in the weeks to come. More details of this project available soon. Photos by Marc Tey
Our Karwa mosque located in the urban setting of Tanjong Tokong in the island of Penang is in its final lap of completion. This new urban mosque replaces an old structure located in a busy intersection of an old Malay neighboourhood within the bustling north eastern part of the island. More details coming soon.