• Saving South-East Asia: 5 Social Design Projects by Local Architects

    20 days ago - By Arch Daily

    Rohingya Cultural Memory Centre / Rizvi Hassan. Image © Rizvi Hassan
    Architecture has been criticized for being a primary elitist indulgence. Most architectural projects are funded by the wealthy and seen as a means of bringing beauty into the surrounding environment. Architecture , however, is a double-sided coin with functionality balancing out aesthetics. With the ability to strategize radical solutions, architects equally find themselves at the forefront of solving complex issues. The context of South-East Asia offers a demanding challenge with various social problems, giving...
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