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posted on: 30-Oct-2012

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“Beijing in 13 months”
By: Oscar Tan

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China: From Red to Green

Deeper shades of Green

posted on: 09-Oct-2012

Inspection of buildings is becoming a necessity for newly handed over properties as well as for old buildings for maintenance purposes. With rising consumer expectations on quality workmanship, and for continuous proper maintenance & management of properties there is a demand for and in need of independent inspections to help look out for building defects that – IF go unreported or undetected – may bring financial and social impacts to the owners and communities at large. Know about building defects, learn how to identify them with the right remedies. For more info on building defects visit: http://www.architectcentre.com.my

posted on: 09-Oct-2012

Medium-sized, energetic local design consultancy with big dreams seeking for like-minded architects/interior designer, with minimum 3 years work experience. Our principals have extensive experience working with established firms locally, in Singapore and in Australia. If you have a degree from a recognized tertiary institution or university, and are passionate about designing and building exciting new architectural or interior design projects in the region we have the following vacancies for you:

Experienced Architect/Interior Designer

posted on: 09-Oct-2012

The Great Fire of Kuching started at 1am on 20th January 1884 (Sunday), from a shop-house at the corner of Carpenter and China Street. After the fire subsided (helped by torrential rain) at 6am, 196 shop-houses were completely destroyed while 6 were partially destroyed. Following this disaster, it was Rajah Charles Brooke’s order: “In future, all wooden shop-houses shall be built of bricks”, that shaped the charming streetscape of Old Kuching which we have inherited.

posted on: 02-Oct-2012

“Sharing with Passion”

h0pe – architecture for the homeLESS

By Ar. David Wong
Architects can help to make a difference in the world of the homeLESS by giving ‘h0pe’.
h – habitat for humanity
0 – ‘zero’ construction
p – process of participation
e – educating

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Bogota: Building a Sustainable City
Affordable Green Housing

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This CPD will examine the roles and responsibilities of the Architect under the Housing Development Act (Act 118 Peninsular Malaysia 2007) and the Sarawak Housing Ordinance (1993) and related regulations. It will cover an overview of the two sets of laws in force in West Malaysia and Sarawak and point out the major differences. A brief outline of the certification process under the housing acts and ordinances and the management of quality in relation to this certification is reviewed. Managing common defects and complaint is also considered.

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