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The Tropical Malaysian House 2

Written by Robert
Powell

Photography by Lin Ho

In the Tropical Malaysian House Volume 2 – the author and photographer go ‘outstation’, in pursuit of new examples of tropical living. Sarawak has proved a rich source of recent dwellings, mainly in close proximity to Kuching. Other exemplary tropical homes were found in Penang, Malacca, Batu Pahat and Johor Bahru in additional to Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Pahang. Boyan Height’s is one of the project that been featured in this article.

A touch of architectural ingenuity.​

Borneo Post
2019

Injecting new life and purpose into an abandoned warehouse. ​

See Hua Daily News
2019

Functionality Flexible

Architecture Malaysia
2019

In the Details

d+a
2019

An old abandoned warehouse behind a row of old shophouses has been re-fitted and refurbished into a restaurant and bar.

Architecture Malaysia
2018

The Granary

Architecture Malaysia
2018

New Life, Old Soul

d+a
2017

Situated in the scenic state of Sarawak, Eden-on-the-Park provides facilities that are designed to be age-friendly with amenities that encourage community living and social interaction amongst senior citizens.

Architecture Malaysia
2017

Feature on IDC Architects Director, Tina Lau

Home Concepts
2016

Pared-Back Living

Home Concepts
2016

Sustainably Vintage

Home Concepts
2015

A sustainable living quarter with a sleek timber interior complementing its natural, green surroundings.

Architecture Malaysia
2014

Shophouse Office

Architecture Malaysia
2012