The Evolution of Malaysian School Architecture: The Outdoor Classroom
Western world educational ideas have persisted in Malaysian school architecture. In the 20th century, new idea developed which were suitable for tropical schools.
||Western, Madrasa, Malay, Tropical, Indoor and Outdoor
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp.119-128.
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An academia in landscape architecture reside in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Teaching in a 20 years old university consists of 100 international nations. Currently, involved in self sustained development for disabled in local village, using herbs as therapy and economic return. Also, is on an on-going research about colonial landscape archeology back home in Malaysia.
A research member too with Kyoto University under JSPS undergoing a research about Mangrove.
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