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Living in a developing country give me oppurtunities to try something new and go into the most critical part of living. Architecture and design is the part which thought me that various innovations could be possible to improve our living, community and futu our future. The desire to make the world a better place for people to live in has been the greatest inuence in my pursuit of architecture as a profession. Every experience, I capture through photograph and converted into design to create the various possibilities to ma a better living. make

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Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Shah Alam, Malaysia Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Shah Alam, Malaysia MARA Junior Science College (MJSC) Transkrian, Penang, Malaysia MARA Junior Science College (MJSC) Transkrian, Penang, Malaysia Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Subang,

Shah Alam,Kebangsaan Malaysia Subang, Sekolah Menengah Shah Alam, Malaysia

SEPTEMBER 2013 - SEPTEMBER 2014 (ARCHITECTURE) Former Architect at Azhar Zahari Architect SEPTEMBER 2013 -Assistant SEPTEMBER 2014 (ARCHITECTURE) Former Assistant Architect at Azhar Zahari Architect JANUARY 2013 - MARCH 2013 (ARCHITECTURE) Former Trainee2013 at HASA Arkitek sdn. bhd. JANUARY 2013 - MARCH (ARCHITECTURE) Former Trainee at HASA Arkitek sdn. bhd. JUNE 2008 - JANUARY 2009 (SALES) Forecourt crew at Azra Kamal Enterprise JUNE 2008Former - JANUARY 2009 (SALES) Former Forecourt crew at Azra Kamal Enterprise DISEMBER 2007- APRIL 2008 (SALES) ( DISEMBERFormer 2007- APRIL (SALES) ( Sales2008 Coordinator at MJ Reject Shop (2002) Sdn Bhd Former Sales Coordinator at MJ Reject Shop (2002) Sdn Bhd

2015 Design Finalist for Unionsviertel Intervention for Favoriten Festival 2016, Dortmund

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Bsc Arch Bsc Arch 03,04- Dean List 05,06 Award Dean List Award RIBA Acknowledgement Architectural Architectural Festival Review Organizer team COLAB - Organizer team Bsc Arch 05,06 Ninth InternationalDean CAA List Student Award competition WISE- participant Architectural Festival COLAB - Organizer Bsc Architeam 07,08 Dean List Award Ninth International CAA Student competition WISE- participant Dualisma Architectural Workshop University of Malaya- Participant Bsc Archi 07,08 Dean List Award Design Finalist for Unionsviertel Intervention for Favoriten Festival 2016, Dortmund Dualisma Architectural Workshop University of Malaya- Participant

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iving in a developing country provides opportunities for me to try something new and go into the most critical part of living. Architecture and design are parts which thought me that various innovations could be possible to improve our living, community and our future. This has leaded me to pursuit architecture as profession. Architecture is not only about design buildings; but I see architecture as career path where two meet; art and improving human social living. It also ensues from my deep passion for art, my appreciation of architecture, and my yearning to be amongst those who create the changing skyline that form our cities. Perhaps when a person is engaged in what his keen interest blossoms, he will never feel tired; instead he would feel motivated and have an enriching experience.

Four years academic study in the Center of Studies for Architecture, Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), Malaysia and two years in Manchester School of Architecture have completely enhanced my instinctive perception about architecture into systematic knowledge and comprehensive understanding. They have shapped my interest and understanding of the field, and has equipped me with various skills that I find crutial and essential in shaping me as a person and of course in undertaking this field as a career. I know my future is in design innovation bringing solutions that will improve the local and global environment. I hope my commitment to improve the social living within my community will one day be a great successful.

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TRANSxURBAN 01-26

MANCHESTER-SALFORD AGROCIRCUIT AND PEDDLE HUB 27-44

TEDUH ILMU 45-50

TOYS ‘R’ US KIDZANIA 51-60

COTERIECITY 61-78

MANUFACTURE : MORPHOSIT 79-84

PROFESSIONAL WORKS 85-88

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01 MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE 02 SITE: Dortmund, Germany

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TRANSXURBAN Transition of Urban Transit

he main theme for the project was to explore the architecture of transit. This was derived from the idea of flexibility and complexity of urban transit in Dortmund that connect different region of Ruhr and Dortmund as the centre of dispersion of creativity that lead the social development in Ruhr. Looking specifically in site, the urban transit in the site have become a connection between the west and centre of Dortmund. Derived from the issue of local community development in term of social, the design are further explored in establishing the schematic strategies.

Transit systems around the world are invoking the idea of quick commuting that simply seems easy. Meanwhile, I see transition space of urban transit in architecture as an act of social intervention. It acts as guidance for the user of the space in term of direction and time. Due to greater extension of use of transitional space, it usually accommodates various type of user. Therefore, the design thesis explores spaces that potentially act as a catalyst for social linkage within an urban development.

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The main approach for the design is to create a dispersed centralities lingkage in Rheinische Str. through modification of the relations between the transitional space and the public / common spaces. Challenging the tendency to segregation of the existing urban fabric, it is attempted to distribute functions in a way to mobilize the area in the scale of the neighborhood. Considers the actual urban expansion (due to the densification process and extension of its limits); it was to understand the transitional space in its relationship with the existing urban layout; working the architecture of transportation and communication, where the outstanding and regulative elements are pedestrian circulations, modal changes and road accessibility. The proposed centralities are meant to achieve a degree of autonomy and at the same time, to structure an urban layout that works as a whole.


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he idea of ‘Transition’ in Urban transit can be defined as; if one in a journey from two different location; A and B; the whole journey will undergo diffferent layers of transition space. If one decided to stop in the middle of its journey A to B, this layer provide guidance and direction in some many ways to lead to another point; C. Transition cannot be considered only as element involved in one journey to one destination, but as the journey diverted to another point, it is also considered as transition; from one transition space to another destination.

Transition; noun; the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another.

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Classificcation of 4 different scales of urban transit in Dortmund

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The Site Rheinische Str. is the street that connect two part of Dortmund; City centre and the west part. Uniquely, the whole Union Quarter are very diverse in term of its building massing and function. The street act as the vein for the quarter that become line of transition to lead people to different area in the Quarter.

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MASSING AND CIRCULATIONS Focus on one ‘node’ (selected site from overal masterplan), the design was further developed through massing and circulation. Each massing and circulation are based on the previous study; was attempted to optimize the interaction between new programs and existing programs on site. For example, exhibition-based programs are mosty placed on second level; which connect different leisure and waitingbased programs to encourage people to circulate within the area.

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Public spaces such as performance-based programs are linked to existing building to optimize interaction.

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MAIN APPROACH DESIGN IDEA FOR THE IMPLICATION OF TRANSITION WITHIN AN URBAN AREA

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Pedestrian link and building connector Services and facilities based programs Waiting area and leisure based programs Event and performance based programs

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1. EXHIBITION MODULE Gallery, leisure space, waiting space

2. PEDESTRIAN LINK - MODULE walkway, seating

3. PERFORMANCE AND EVENT performance space, watching deck

6. SERVICES MODULE toilet, storage, services

7. THEATRE MODULE seating, view deck

8. CAFE MODULE cafe table area

4. WAITING MODULE seatings, view deck

5. LEISURE MODULE chilling area, storage, flexible panels

9. GROUND: CANOPY MODULE double pedestrian walkway

10. LIBRARY MODULE book shelves, seating area

ARRANGEMENT : MODULES SYSTEM

Taking example of one fragment, the exploded diagram show the arrangment of modules. Within this fragment, the main modules consist of leisure modules, waiting modules, service modules, theatre module, and library modules. Modules are arranged with internal courtyard for greenary at the centre of the fragment.

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TECHNICAL STUDIES Axonometric drawings for the modules The flexible design is the main criteria to be achieved in the modules design. Various size of prefab concrete panels were designed and installed on site to reduce time for construction.

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The front facade of the building focus on sustainable design whereas adjustable fin and windows were installed to control indoor thermal comfort.

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above Sectional model above was produced to show overall massing of the design on site (Node C). The design (brown) are integrated with existing building and structure (black); work as a new transitional system of urban transport on right Make use of existing buuilding as part of the scheme, some scheme of the design use the roof space, courtyard space, open space, voids between buildings, etc

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Connection : the design improve the connectivity of both ground and underground spaces

View from underground station of the model shows the correlation between new structure and existing in term of spatial

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02 MANCHESTER-SALFORD AGROCIRCUIT & PEDDLE HUB Logistical Urbanism : Space of Food

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ommercially, food is produce from outside of the city and been transfered to the city to sustain people’s demand. This has cause a high food miles and increase country’s spend in sustainable food. Due to the strategic location of the site; connecting different area by Manchester canal, I see a potential to develop a systematic urban agriculture that form a circuit within the city. Organic food producers can’t keep up with the increasing demand for food supply. The site established the ability to be a starting point for organically production of food due to its location near to the river Irwell and bridgewater canal, at the same time, reclaim space for the public and eases distributing to low food miles. The possibility of future expansion to wider area cover the city of Manchester and Salford provide economical growth for food production and supply. This circuit is divided into diffferent hub and connected to the main hub which is the site which accomodate various programs in relation to food production. By cooperating with Biospheric foundation, the Socio-Ecological Urban Research Practice and ManchesterVeg People, it is aiming to create a systematic urban planning trough integrated architecture. The Foundation provides a platform to develop research, design and enterprise through a prism of new ecological & technological urban culture. The final output of the design is to experiment the potential of Albert shed to integrate with a urban planing in agriculture and to experiment the spatial spaces (architecture) from minimal interventions to substatial buildings with the ultimate aim to create a long term use of the site.


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PLANNING STRATEGY The overall planning have considered possible elements to reinvent the traditional farming model. The important part of the design is to structure the internal network between the production sites and hubs. In order to reduce food mile, road network and the river were restructured to improve transportation of goods. Besides that, the consideration of perimeter planning which eventually connect the production and hub will massively help to reduce conventional transportation of food production

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LOGISTICAL URBANISM : THE SPACE OF FOOD Statiscally, about 30%-50% comercial containers are unclaimed or abandoned after used comercially. This lead to increasing amount of area need to store/place this unused container. The design take this opportunity to reuse this unclaimed container as part of the overall scheme. The modification take place for the containers to suit with the design programs.

The hub accomodates various agricultural programs under one roof. However, within one confined space, the proposed design preserved original warehouse features such as old walls, collumns and beam while its existing concrete floor have been leveled and reconstructed for new programs

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The containers were redesign with different type of panels that can be installed. This is to suit to different programs that later the containers will accomodate. The hydraulic live floor system is used, to move the containers units. This provide flexiblity in term of planning. Each system is attached to the steel structural components.

CONTAINER SUPPORT STRUCTURE by using I beam steel structure, the beam is to support the container and placedd to the designatedd grid system. HYDRAULIC LIVE FLOOR SYSTEM hydraulic live floor is installed and attached to the support structure allowing the container to be movable according to the grid designed

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“Over the last century, food delivery system in large urban centres. Although largely overlooked by planners, economist, and politicians, have undergone a critical transformation towards keeping the ratail giant from gaining complete control of food supply system. Nina Marie Lister, economist

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03 TEDUH ILMU

Mengubah Destini Anak Bangsa (MDAB) School

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04 BSC ARCHITECTURE 08 SITE: Seksyen 13, Shah Alam

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onventionally, everyone knows a museum is an institution that converses a collection of artifact and other objects of scientific, artistic, cultural, or historical importance and make them available for public viewing through exhibits that may be permanent or temporary. The question here is whether the definition of museum can go beyond its conventional meaning. It does not limit to collection of artifacts but it can stand parallel with our day-to day event. It can be define as the showcase of product for every consumption and wear or even future life prediction.

Since the site is situated at the heart of Shah Alam, surrounded by urban context, it is advantage to have a place for family gathering whether during weekend, holidays or even weekdays. Shah Alam is well known as a capital city of Selangor which developed to be an all age’s friendly area either to live or to recreational. Development of housing in Shah Alam is quite fast and the percentage of family is getting higher. As the city that nearest to Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, people choose to live in Shah Alam while they work in Kuala Lumpur. It is advantage to have a place for family gathering whether during weekend, holidays or even weekdays. Shah Alam is well known as a capital city of Selangor which developed to be an all age’s friendly area either to live or to recreational. Development of housing in Shah Alam is quite fast and the percentage of family is getting higher. As the city that nearest to Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, people choose to live in Shah Alam while they work in Kuala Lumpur.

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05 BSC ARCHITECTURE 07 SITE: Keramat, Kuala Lumpur

COTERIECITY Integrative Caring Neighbourhood

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The number of population in Kuala Lumpur are increasing every year thus demand for living are increase

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FORM DEVELOPMENT The development of form started through modification of central boulevard that cross at the centre of the site which seperate two volumes of tectonic blocks. The form of the blocks later formed through integration of open space and communal space in between blocks, environmental influences to improve efficiency in term of green design. 65


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DESIGN STRATEGIES Pedestrian Boulevard

Hanging garden

Tiered Farming

Cultural Amphiteatre

maximum permiability for the boulevard design

Gathering area for family

Sound buffer using vegetation

Natural mimicry design

Multi level landscape

Central hanging garden

Shades over central boulevard

Semi public interaction

Double ingress retails

Multi-level wind penetration

Application of billboard on design

Appropriate size of communal area

Multi-level vegetation

Duo activities core

Design to reduce sun glare

Primary view court

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In order to achieve high standard of green design, each unit of houses were thoroughly introduced as much green features as possible. The planning for each unit considers the design criterias of Lifetime Homes, house design planning for elderly.

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HOUSING TYPOLOGIES Three different house typology is planned for the design. Using basic grid of 2m, different typology is to allow different scale of family or user. Within one cluster, all diffferent typologies are arranged to maximized the diversity of the user (scale)

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN 1:150 in A1 reduced size to A5

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1:150 in A1 reduced size to A5

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1:150 in A1 reduced size to A5

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Most people want to maintain a sense of independence for as long as possible.

House for elderly

Key Legends 1. Pedestrian Boulevard 2. Open Bazaar 3. Playground 4. Retail 5. Leisure 6. Services 7. Drop off area 8. Cafe 9. Tapak Rewang 10. Library 11. Surau 12. Roof Gardens 13. Recreational Park

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FORTH FLOOR PLAN 1:150 in A1 reduced size to A5

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How sustainable is ‘Coteriecity’ in term of design and construction? To achieve high standard of Green Building Index, the design tackled the sustainable criterias through scope of construction and planning design. The main design feature, where the main structure not only act as support structure but also used as rainwater distributor. Movable platforms that attached to the main structure also improve the flexibility of space and maximize the usage of the structure.

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Roof gardens and recreational parks are public facilities that has been introduced in the design in which; these spaces act as connection spaces between public and private, and to promote a green lifestyle. By providing this kind of facilities within the masterplan, it is aim to enhance the quality of life of the resident especially for elderly.

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NORTH ELEVATION 1:150 in A1 reduced size to A5

SOUTH ELEVATION 1:150 in A1 reduced size to A5

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06 MANUFACTURE : MORPHOSIT

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he assignment was entitled ‘Innovative Assemblies’; to develope a structure that responded to one or more of the following theme: Lightweight structure, responsive environment’s structure, digital construction method, recycable structure. Our final output responded to the second, thid and fourth of these themes. A further requirements was that the structure was easily assembled and disembled - a concept that we integrated deeply within the design. The structure, named ‘Morphosit’, a piece of adaptable street furniture based around a modular construction method. The modular nature of the assembly means the lengths of pine which span the bench are well supported. There is no deflection across the length and spreading the load across five connecting rods means that the load of the bench is evently distributed. The early prototype test notices that the bench could potential buckle. Since cross brassing was not an option in this assemble we devised a system of wooden spacer pieces between each module. Our final design managed to meet the criteria we set ourselves in inetial design discussions in terms of function whilst also developing aesthetically into a product we thought looked visually appealing in the environments we had considered.

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WikiHouse After working through our design and manufaccturing process, we notticed parallels with the WikiHouse concept of open source design intended for global mass production. We created a set of drawings and kit of parts in the style of a WikiHouse project in the hopes that our design could potentially exist within their catalogue.

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For the prototype we decide to try a number of different materials such as plywood and perspex. For the final product, we will be using plywood as it can placed for both outdoor and indoor uses when treated. The design however can be manufactured using other materials as well depending on the location.

Prototyping

Our final design managed to meet the criteria we set ourselves in initial design discussions in term of function whilst also developing aesthetically into a product we thought looked visually appealing in the environments we had considered.

Final Output

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Day 3

Due to logistics, instead of a shelter the bench would contain movable units which could be converted to a back seat and table

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Experimenting with different design and mechanism lock and track, in order to achieve the most efficient way of holding the diefferent pieces

Day 5

Reducing the weight of the structure and panels making it lighter to lift for the users and trying the ball spring latch mechanism

Finalizing the design and mechanism

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Day 3

Day 4

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Lock & Track Mechanism

Ball Spring Latch Mechanism

Experimentation with finishes

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Process test

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07 ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANT AZHAR ZAHARI ARCHITECT September 2013- August 2014 (1 year)

Experienced in both design & technical team.

PROFESSIONAL WORKS

Experienced in various of project stages including; a. BP Submission b. Pre-Tender Stage c. Tender Submission d. Construction e. Construction Revision Projects include; Development and upgrading facilities for Nidec Copal, Nilai - Office and Factory Design and Construction for International College of Automotive (ICAM), Pekan - Institution Design for TATA Motors Malaysia, Selayang - Car Showroom Design and Construction for DEFTECH, Pekan - Office and Factory Design and Construction of Commercial Office Complex at Technology Park Malaysia for IRIS - Mixed Development Design and Construction of Graduate School Management (GSM) Faculty Complex for UPM, Serdang - Institution Design of Football Academy Training Facilities for The Goal Academy, KL - Recreation Design and Construction of Audi Juru, Juru - Car Showroom Design and Construction of Lotus Damansara, Damansara - Car Showroom Design of Bungalow Villas at Taman Duta, KL - Housing and Residential Development and upgrading facilities for DSSB, Nilai - Office and Factory Commercial Development of Dualis Equine, Equine Park Bandar Putra Permai Commercial Design of Hockey Academy for Malaysian Hockey Federation, Janda Baik Design of Housing Development for Glenmarie Properties, Puchong - Residential

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DESIGN PROJECT : NAZA TTDI | DUALIS EQUINE POSITION IN TEAM : TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

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Some other works and projects involved:

Audi Juru Showroom

Glenmarie Cove

International College of Automative Malaysia

Office Complex for IRIS

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Special Thanks to: Professor Tom Jefferies Head of School at Manchester School of Architecture t.jefferies@mmu.ac.uk Karsten Huneck; Senior Lecturer at Manchester School of Architecture Studio Leader of USE design studio k.huneck@mmu.ac.uk Becky Sobell; Senior Lecturer at Manchester School of Architecture Lecturer of USE design studio b.sobell@mmu.ac.uk Vikram Kaushal; Senior Lecturer at Manchester School of Architecture Lecturer of USE design studio v.kaushal@mmu.ac.uk Helen Aston; Senior Lecturer at Manchester School of Architecture h.aston@mmu.ac.uk Laura Coucill; Senior Lecturer at Manchester School of Architecture l.coucill@mmu.ac.uk Fairuz Reza Razali; Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) fairuzreza@salam.uitm.edu.my Ar. Embong Mohamad; Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) embong5863@salam.uitm.edu.my Mazuiyah Mohd Dom; Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) mazui896@salam.uitm.edu.my Dr. Esmawee Endut; Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) esmawee884@salam.uitm.edu.my Harlina Mohd Ali; Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) harli895@salam.uitm.edu.my Dr Rodzyah; Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Ar Azhar Zahari; Principle at Azhar Zahari Architect Urban and Spatial Experimentation (USE) design studio 2015/2016 Manchester School of Architecture Kreinova design studio FSPU, Universiti Teknologi MARA

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Guerrilla Design Collective Vol II - Design Portfolio  

This portfolio features selected architectural projects done by Shahrul Ridhwan during completion of Master of Architecture and Bachelor of...

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