T. R. Hamzah & Yeang: Green Buildings, Tropical Gardens

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Green design is more than just architecture: it is a philosophy that must also involve consequential thought and education for the future. This publication presents two landscape architects and activists from Malaysia, Ken Yeang and Ng Seksan.

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