Edited by Patrick Bingham-Hall
Text by Philip Goad, Ngiom, and Patrick Bingham-Hall
Photographs by Patrick Bingham-Hall
Recent Malaysian Architecture examines the most interesting and significant buildings designed over the last decade.
The final nationalistic ‘mega-projects’ of the 1990s provide a starting point, with progress then charted through a switch to a more localised craft-based architecture.
Of particular interest is the reawakening interest in Malaysia’s architectural heritage, and the conscientious attention given to the conservation and adaptive re-use of historic buildings.
Introductory essays by Philip Goad and Ngiom provide critical overviews of the status of Malaysian architecture. 56 projects are then documented with photographs, drawings and project analysis.
Recent Malaysian Architecture
- Date of Publication : 2007
- ISBN : 978-1-887015-19-9
- ISBN : 1-877015-19-9
- Dimensions : 210 x 280 mm (Portrait)
- Extent : 160 pages
- Format : Hardback with Slip Cover