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posted on: 22-Feb-2013

PAMSC Sharing

“Road to Archiprix SEA”

Architecture Schools from the ASEAN region and their have been invited to submit projects to the International Competition Archiprix SEA 2012 for the “Innovative Use of Technology in Tropical Architecture Design”.

Movie Nite

-Melbourne Reborn
-The Art & Science of Renzo Piano

posted on: 06-Feb-2013


posted on: 22-Jan-2013

This Event is For PAMSC Members Only.
The event is held at the Secretariat on the 18th of February (Mon) 2013 at 4pm.

posted on: 22-Jan-2013

Sharing with Passion


Urban Sketchers us a non profit organization dedicated to raising the

artistic, storytelling and educational value of location drawing,

promoting its practice and connecting people around the world who draw

on location where they live and travel.

Movie Nite

A Garden in Cairo
The Village Architect

posted on: 04-Jan-2013

Sharing with Passion “Myanmar Night”

Admission Registration payment:

For Tour Participant : Free
For Others: RM15
Registration & Payment is Compulsory.

posted on: 27-Nov-2012

“Architecture of PAMSC Center: SPACE . FORM . SIZE”

By: Ar. Louis Tiong

Movie Nite

The Druk White Lotus School – Ladakh

Greening the Federal Government

posted on: 12-Nov-2012

It’s not an easy task but restoration of  Fort Margherita is in good hands

posted on: 06-Nov-2012

S’wak’s first conservation project under the national Heritage Dept gets underway KUCHING:  An Iban ”miring” ceremony was held at the centuries old Fort Margherita by the Sarawak River, marking the start of a RM2mil restoration.

posted on: 30-Oct-2012

Sharing with Passion

“Beijing in 13 months”
By: Oscar Tan

Movie Nite

China: From Red to Green

Deeper shades of Green

posted on: 18-Oct-2012

Brisbane: Housing Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg, who is on a five-day working tour of this Australian city, held a dialogue on tourism matters with members of the Australia/Malaysia Business Council. Johari said the council led by chairman Chan Wai Wee could serve as a vital link to promote tourism of both countries.

posted on: 14-Oct-2012

KUCHING: Four out of six century old shouphouses along Gambier Street that were razed to the ground in a fire in 2009 will be rebuilt at a cost of RM3.45mil.

posted on: 09-Oct-2012

Public talk on safeguarding shop owners in old city area against fire hazards on Oct 12. Kuching: A public briefing and dialogue session on fire hazards and solutions will be conducted by the authorities and shopkeepers owners within the old city area.

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.

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