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Southeast Asia,scholarship,


Think City, an urban regeneration organisation, is offering an opportunity for Malaysian architecture students to join the Architecture Association Visiting School Streetware Southeast Asia VI. This provides students an opportunity to experience the unique teaching methodologies of this prestigious London architecture school.

Apply now! Submission ends 6:00pm, 1 May 2017.

Visit our website for more details and terms of entry. Contact duncan.cave@thinkcity.com.my for more information.

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 Southeast Asia,scholarship,


Think City is offering a scholarship for 3 current Architecture Students in Malaysia to attend the prestigious Architecture Association of London’s summer programme Streetware Southeast Asia. After 4 years in Malaysia, this year the school moves to Cebu, Philippines, from 13-22 July.

The scholarship covers all fees, flights and accommodation, as well as a daily allowance.

To enter select an element of a street near where you live or study and redesign that to improve the streetscape and some other weakness of the street, such as accessibility.

Think City and AA will select the 3 best designs, and the winners will be attending the AA Summer School in Cebu, with all expenses paid by Think City.

Visit our website for more details and terms of entry. Contact duncan.cave@thinkcity.com.my for more information.

Good Luck!

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The Architectural Association of London and Think City hosted Streetware Southeast Asia from 1 – 10 July 2015 in Kuala Lumpur. The itinerant research workshop focused on specific urban regeneration challenges. Local architecture students and professionals were teamed up with a group of international professionals from AA to explore new ways of thinking by using innovative design methodologies combined with on-site recording and a lecture series from local and international experts.


The course used Wisma Central – a 40 year – old mixed used building in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre – as the study site, to provide the students with a unique opportunity to revitalise an old building through adaptive re-use. Ultimately, maintaining the usefulness of the building which retains the soul of the city, rather than to demolish and build another office tower with shopping mall.