Tag Archives: Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus
A while back, I was approached by a famous architecture firm to capture a series of photos of their project for an award submission.
The challenge was to capture the architecture while the people using its spaces. A building is nothing unless its layout & design are benefiting its user. The idea behind the project was to have seamless integration of spaces for the students & allowing them to study/work/play/learn all under the same space and I must say, it is amazing to see these happen & giving soul to the architectural spaces! This is also the first University campus that integrates many elements that a campus should have (common in the West, rare in the East), setting the bar for other educational institutions in the region to follow suit.
Now that they have bagged the PAM (Malaysia Architectural Association) Gold Award 2011, here are some shots to share.
Heartiest congratulations to NWKA for winning the PAM Gold Award & thank you for the opportunity to capture the heart & soul of this landmark project :)