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posted on: 30-Aug-2013

This is the third of our series of four articles about women in architecture in Sarawak; in this issue we focus on women who are in practice with their husbands. Much has been made about the recent success of architect-couples; Billie Tsien and Tod Williams; Scofidio and Dillier; and Koning and Eizenberg as seen in […]

posted on: 27-Aug-2013

In our last issue, we interviewed several women architects and discussed the steps they are taking in their careers leading up to the setting up of their own practice. Spousal support and personal commitment appear to be the key elements for this career path to succeed. In this issue, we look at the challenges facing […]

posted on: 27-Aug-2013

In this series of articles, INTERSECTION will interview women architects in Sarawak – from the graduate to the salaried architect, the free-lancer to the director – to unearth the role women architects play in the local architectural scene. Worldwide, there is a disparity in the number of women who graduate from architecture school and the […]

posted on: 22-Jul-2013

This year, PAM bestowed a total of 22 awards from 14 categories, selected from 182 entries throughout the country.

This year, 3 entries from Sarawak won prizes thus prolonging our run of winning PAM Awards since 2006.

This year, instead of focusing solely on the winners – we decided to turn the spotlight on the 16 entries from Sarawak – to congratulate them on their efforts and to encourage other Sarawakian architects to participate in showcasing their work.

Well done, guys – keep up the good work!

posted on: 19-Jul-2013

PAMSC Workshop with UPM In March, PAMSC conducted another design workshop with Universiti Putra Malaysia; this is the second such workshop – this time with 24 Fourth Year students. The workshop was conducted by Ar. Chai Si Yong, Tay Tze Yong and Ar. Wong Siew Ling with UPM Puan Kalsom Mohd as coordinators. The students […]

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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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