Glimpses into the book The Future of Architectural Education + Practice in Malaysia ... retailed at RM50/copy... published by PAM
Our principal David Yek Tak Wai had delivered a paper on design pedagogy in architectural education in this International Conference late last year organized by PAM. It is now published as a monograph, by Prof Robert Powell, to be launched 2nd Oct 2019 at One Utama... we were glad to be associated with this publication as a gesture to immortalized David's students work from the batch of dekon:4 UCSI in an academic writing for posterity as he has promised to his students... now, fulfilling it! Come and celebrate with us, tomorrow!
Attended the maiden book launch today at 1U marking the first publication by PAM on Architectural Education edited by Prof Robert Powell coincides with the exhibition of Students' work across the Schools of Architecture in Malaysia. Photos in B&W to reduce the color pollution...
21 Aug 2019
Here is an update on the progress of the book The Future of Architectural Education + Practice in Malaysia. The book layout is now with the designer to make final corrections and format adjustments. That will be completed by Friday this week. Several authors responded to our request to read and correct any errors in their text. Some formatting corrections have been made such as the consistent indentation of paragraphs, omission of 'widows' and ' hanging lines' etc. In the Imprint note we have added the usual disclaimer that the content of the chapters is entirely the responsibility of the author(s). We have received quotations from three printers. Unfortunately the cost of printing pages in colour exceeds the PAM budget for the publication. Printing in black and white with the cover in colour is within budget. The book will likely be in black and white unless PAM Education Committee is able to prise more funds from PAM Council. We are hopeful that an ISBN No. will be obtained and PAM Education Committee will be able to instruct the lowest tenderer to proceed before the end of August.
Prof Robert Powell