ethos, Huat Lim biographical essays 2015-2023
In this collection of essays, Huat Lim offers a deeply personal recollection of a very particular kind of trajectory. At its heart is the story of a long involvement with architecture, beginning with rigorous training at the Architectural Association in London and progressing to work with some of the greatest practitioners, including Peter Cook, Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid, and Ron Herron, before establishing his own innovative practise in Malaysia with Susanne Zeidler. These essays, generously illustrated with photographs, offer an insightful exploration of Huat Lim's worldview, the people he's met along the way, and the ethos that animates his creative commitment to architecture and to life itself.
|165 p, ills bw, 13 x 20 cm, pb, English|