Visited since 26/11/10
free counters
Visited times since Nov 30, 2010 (View My Stats)

Dear PAM Member, 
Malaysian Architecture Education Online Lecture Series #16

An initiative of Malaysia Architecture Student Alliance (MASA) and supported by PAM Education Committee, we are pleased to inform you that the Malaysian Architecture Education Online Lecture Series #16 will be held as follows:

Date: 18th July 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 8.00 pm
Platform: Zoom Video Communication
Speaker: Mahmoud Bghdadi
Topic: Environmental Tropical Building Design – Passive & Active Strategies

Please email to [email protected] to book your seat.
*Student Name
*Contact Number

  • Meeting ID and Password will be given to you after confirmation via email
  • Open to all students studying architecture programmes only (priority to PAM Student Member)
  • Free admission and limited seat
  • First come first serve basis

You may register as PAM Student member by clicking the link here (Free)

For assistance on technical and registration issues, kindly drop your email to our technical support : [email protected] or call PAM KL at 03-2202 2866 (Ms. Naniey).

HE FUTURE OF TIMBER : So, what about timber?, and why not Materiality vs Resources & Practicality Craftsmanship, can it sustain?
Date : 16 July 2020, Thursday
Time : 5.00PM – 6.00PM
Das Azman Architects Sdn Bhd
Ar. Azman is currently practicing as Arkitek Azman Zainal a sole proprietor established in 2008. His specialty is in Timber architecture and Hospital Planning. He designs and makes in timber and runs a timber workshop as part of his practice.
He graduated from Deakin University, Australia in 1986 and served in the Medical and Health Facility Branch, Public Works Department for 7 years. He co-founded Das Azman Architects Sdn. Bhd. in 1992 and remained as director there up to 2010.
2. Ar. Wooi Lok Kuang
Wooi Architect Sdn Bhd
Wooi Lok Kuang is a corporate member of the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM), and a practicing architect based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is the principal of Wooi Architect which he established at the end of 1996. He was born in the northern regions of Malaysia where he spent his childhood among traditional Malay villages. The authentic and sustainable way of life in the villages has greatly influenced his outlook on architecture. He spent ten years in Sydney, Australia and obtained a Bachelor of Architecture (1989) and subsequently a Master of Architecture (1990) from the University of New South Wales. Apart from his practice, he was regularly involved in architectural education, as a speaker, mentor, external reviewer, external examiner, as well as an industry adviser to local universities. He was appointed as an Adjunct Professor at University Putra Malaysia from 2008 to 2015.
His work is recognized by the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM) and Architects Regional Council, Asia (ARCASIA) for excellence in architecture and published both locally and internationally.

We are pleased to invite you to join PAM ONLINE SERIES SEASON 2 (08). Below are the details of the lecture :

Moderator :
Ar. Mustapha Kamal Zulkarnain

Panellists :
1) Dr. Zati Hakim Azizul Hasan, University of Malaya
2) En. Ahmad Daud, Unit Pemodenan Tadbiran dan Perancangan Pengurusan Malaysia (MAMPU)
3) En Shaifubahrim Mohd Saleh, Merah Network Sdn Bhd
Date : 09th July 2020, Thursday
Time : 3.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Please log on to:
In the second episode, we shall examine how our much-touted e-government has fared during the COVID 19 MCO. Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm. So, the test of a country’s resilience is effectiveness of government machinery in the time of crisis.

Expectations from investments in e-government are high; and many of us may have found pretty but ineffectual websites and inoperative services disappointing during the height of the MCO. The level of government closest to the people, the local government seemed strangely absent as telephone calls and email went unanswered, websites unresponsive. With their insistence of online submissions, surely that aspect of their business ought to have been functional.

But is that a fair statement? How do we, as stakeholders, help improve the way things are done? How do we prepare for the next crisis? Together with our panelists we will explore these questions and learn more about our local authorities and e-government.

#PAMonlineSeriesSeason2 #PAMcpd

February 2021