Small Practice: In Conversation with Malaysian & Japanese Architects
Small Practices : In Conversation with Malaysian and Japanese Architects provides an intimate look into how small practices find their niche and pursue their passion in a field that is often perceived as aggressive and vigorous.
Noorul Fadzlee Khamis, a Malaysian architect, and educator, with the support of Japan Foundation Asia Centre speaks to small practices based in both Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo, documenting their workplaces and thoughts on inspiration, quirks, irks, the future of small practices, and its relation to architecture education.
Featuring interviews with, Atelier Kazuki Wakahara, Atelier Ryo Abe, Design Team Architects, Satoshi Okada Architects, CODA, Normal Architecture, No-to-Scale*, Studio Karya, and WHBC Architects.
210 pages, full-color, 198 X 129mm, paperback.
Editor: Clarissa Lim Kye Lee
Designer : Chiquita Kusumahadi, Idle Practice
Publisher: Suburbia Projects