FOR a century and a half, women have been proving their passion and talent for design and architecture in a male-dominated profession.
It is a paradox that even in the 21st century, architecture can still be a challenging career path for women as gender inequality continues to be among the main issues.
However, there are female architects who are constantly challenging the male dominion within the profession, while making a profound impact on the entire landscape of the construction world.
In Malaysia, while the more sophisticated market is being satisfied by the more “elite” team of designers and developers, affordable housing — particularly homes with quality space for the healthy development of families — remains a concern.
Media Title: The Malaysian Reserve
Date: 10 Jul 2018