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Building Merdeka book. Malaysia (then as Malaya) attained its Independence (Merdeka) in 1957 . Start by marking Building Merdeka: Independence Architecture in Kuala Lumpur 1957-1966 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
As for his buildings, the Stadium Merdeka won an award given by the Badan Warisan Malaysia for having the tallest . Kien, Lai Chee (August 2007). Building Merdeka: Independence Architecture in Kuala Lumpur 1957 - 1966 (First e. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Petronas.
As for his buildings, the Stadium Merdeka won an award given by the Badan Warisan Malaysia for having the tallest prestressed structure in the world during that time with the 140 feet tall lighting towers, as well as having one of the longest cantilevered shell roofs in the world. ISBN 978-983-9738-612. a b c d e f Lai, Chee Kien. Stanley Edward Jewkes (9 October 1913 - 19 June 2011)" (PDF). Retrieved 23 June 2014.
In C. K. Lai (E., Building Merdeka: Independence architecture in Kuala Lumpur, 1957–1966. Kuala Lumpur: Galeri Petronas. Behind the postcolonial: Architecture, urban space and political cultures in Indonesia (Architext) (1st e. London/New York: Routledge Francis Group. Mursib, . Rasdi, T. (2016). Cite this chapter as: Jahn Kassim . Mohd Nawawi N. (2018) Public Buildings of Early Independence: Conflations of Regionalism and National Identity. In: Jahn Kassim . Mohd Nawawi . Ibrahim M. (eds) Modernity, Nation and Urban-Architectural Form. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
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Lai Chee Kien is Adjunct Associate Professor at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (Architecture and Sustainable Design pillar). He graduated from the National University of Singapore with an M Arch. His publications include A Brief History of Malayan Art (1999), Building Merdeka: Independence Architecture in Kuala Lumpur, 1957-1966 (2007), Cords to Histories (2013) and Through the Lens of Lee Kip Lin (2015).
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Lecture by Dr Lai Chee Kien .
Lecture by Dr Lai Chee Kien, Singapore University of Technology and Design National Museum of Singapore 29 July 2017. From 1955 to the mid-1970s, Singapore underwent a significant phase in physical development. Lai Chee Kien is Adjunct Associate Professor at the Architecture and Sustainable Design Pillar, Singapore University of Technology and Design. His publications include Building Merdeka: Independence Architecture in Kuala Lumpur, 1957–1966 (2007) and Recollections of Life in an Accidental Nation: Alfred Wong (2016).