(Un)Covering Lenggong Valley
|Author||UCSI UNIVERSITY, School of Architecture and Built Environment|
Lenggong is a town and a parliamentary constituency in Malaysia. The Lenggong valley in Hulu Perak is one of Peninsular Malaysia's most important areas for archaeology, as excavations have revealed many traces of Malaysia's prehistory. It is the site of the oldest known place of human activity in the Peninsula. (Un)Covering Lenggong Valley is a combination of interrogation and speculation, producing ideas on architecture and the built environment aided by archaeology. The book, which includes data and works compiled by students from the UCSI School of Architecture & Built Environment as well as writings by renowned Prof. Dr. Loo Yat Ming, Prof. Dr. Mohd Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi, and Dr. Goh Hsiao Mei, shares the potential and promise of looking back to move forward.
|139 p, ills colour & bw, 15 x 20 cm, pb, English|