Awarded by PAM: Residential Building, Interior, Steel Design 2004. Published in ‘Recent Malaysian Architecture 2007’
First Malaysian project to be awarded Gold Plus from Singapore Green Mark for green certification.
House on a cliff that faces the sunset in Koh Samui.
Egypt Science City International Competition
Dunescape is a lyrical metaphor of the Egyptian landscape which is shaped to house a complex series of buildings to become a major science city.
Published in ‘The New Malaysian House’ 2008.
Became a landmark for the southern entry into KL Golden Triangle.
Synthesis and Contradictions
Sculpture showcased at the Venice Biennale 2012
2020 Countdown Clock
Winning competition entry became an icon of 'KL River of Life' project. New landmark for Dataran Merdeka.
Making use of leftover unused spaces in the old part of the city of Kuala Lumpur
Malaysian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2014
Sufficiency: The single pet cage is a sufficient abode for a small pet. Strung together as an installation they question the narrative of sufficiency.
As published by DOMUS, Italy. Award for steel design by PAM.
The pedestrian spine protects the natural forest from further intrusion while linking the whole campus together with minimal carbon footprint.
Jerai International Park
As published in the Architectural Review, UK. Pioneer ideas in sustainable development.
Port Klang Logistics Centre
Won award for steel design for industrial architecture by PAM.
Sufficiency Barge House
In a flooded world, the barge can serve as a floating habitable module. Strung together a whole village can be formed where even agriculture and industry can thrive on barges.
Everworld Stage Design
Made up of metal parts and rollers that can be purchased from the hardware store, the stage set is flexible, mobile and easily assembled by amateurs.
St. Mary's School Museum
Made up of items of memory and recycled materials from a historical, iconic school, the museum is a narrative of resistance to commercialism which forced the school to relocate.
Awarded the PAM: Residential Building 2006