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MERU House / A3 PROJECT

It all started back in the UK around 2009, when architects Kenny and Sin were still working in London. The brief was to design a family home. Both architects were trained in the school of Architecture at the University of Bath.

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Architects: A3 PROJECT

Location: Ipoh, Malaysia

Architects In Charge: Kenny Chong, Khor Leat, Ho Choon Sin

Area: 450.0 m2

Project Year: 2016

Photographs: Lawrence Choo, Michael Khong

Interior Design: Kenny Chong Architect

© Lawrence Choo, Michael Khong

Text description provided by the architects. It all started back in the UK around 2009, when architects Kenny and Sin were still working in London. The brief was to design a family home. Both architects were trained in the school of Architecture at the University of Bath.
© Lawrence Choo, Michael Khong

Throughout their career, they worked for Arup Associates and PRP Architects respectively. Their works often have an emphasis in the volume and spatial expression, which is reflected in this barn-like Meru house. When the project first started, it took great effort to get contractors to fabricate details as intended. Travelling back and forth wasn?t an ideal solution either. After living in the UK for 15 years, both reside in Malaysia, construction took place in 2013 and completed in turn of 2017. The house has been designed using passive design and energy efficient ...
Source: Archdaily
URL: http://www.archdaily.com/

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