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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

posted on: 19-Sep-2012

ATELIER TIMUR SDN. BHD.

LOOKING OUT FOR ENTHUSIASTIC AND TALENTED INDIVIDUALS TO GROW WITH THE PRACTICE.

• GRADUATE ARCHITECT (PART 2) – Experience an advantage. Fresh graduate are also encouraged to apply.
• GRADUATE ARCHITECT (PART 1) – Fluent in Auto-Cad and Sketch Up an advantage.
• DRAUGHT-PERSON (with Auto-Cad Skills and Min. 3 years experience)

posted on: 18-Sep-2012

Speaker’s Biography (provided by the speaker) :

Derrick Ng is an Assistant Product Manager. He has work for Goodrich Global about 5 years. Derrick’s main role are
including product selection, development and provide presentation or training. They provide presentations or training
mainly to the own regional offices (mostly Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, HK, China) and customers mainly new
products.

Caulfield Khoo is a Product Manager in Flooring Division. He works for Goodrich Global more than 20 years. His
main roles are including product selection, research development, provide presentation or training. They provide
presentation mainly to own regional offices (Singapore, Malaysia, HK, China and Indonesia) and customers mainly
new products.

posted on: 18-Sep-2012

REGULAR or SUPER Views on Mies van der Rohe

In 1967, at the end of a career spanning more than six decades, which included the design of the Seagram Building in New York, the Lake Shore Drive Apartment Buildings in Chicago, and the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, architect Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) designed a simple gas station near Montreal. The story of that gas station serves as the point of departure for REGULAR OR SUPER, which examines Mies’ entire body of work (more than 70 buildings) and a sparse style that reflects his motto that “less is more.”

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