Rethinking Urban Planning and Redeveloping Our Cities For Future Generations
Jowin Foo, Representative, Just For (X) Architecture | Raja Dato’ Kamarul Bahrin Shah Raja Ahmad, Former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Housing and Local Government | Dr. Tan Loke Mun, Founding Director of ArchiCentre, Past-President of the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM)
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Urban planning has always been a buzzword among city planners and policymakers as they look to develop Malaysia’s urban cities to greater heights. But the conversations around how cities should be planned have evolved in light of COVID-19, as urban planners consider new living needs like social and travel restrictions, as well as accessibility. To delve into how those conversations have changed, as well as what bold ideas are needed to improve our cities for all Malaysians, we speak with Jowin Foo, Representative for Just For (X) Architecture, Raja Dato’ Kamarul Bahrin Shah Raja Ahmad, Former Deputy Minister of Housing and Local Government, and Dr. Tan Loke Mun, Founding Director of ArchiCentre and Past-President of the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM).
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Produced by: Hezril Asyraaf
Presented by: Hezril Asyraaf
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