Thursday, February 4, 2010


Architectural discoveries always arrives in most unexpected ways, thanks to barely perceptible shifts in ways of observing cities, place & space, structure and social life. By working as they do, through projects one after another, architectural students are increasingly thinking and taking differently from those before them. They are stumbling across unexpected qualities or possibilities found in the new media used to captured, record or communicate ideas. They are picking up and starting to try out new kinds of design tools; they are experimenting with new materials, assembly structural systems, building technologies and the physical 'stuff' of building in such haphazard ways that they are opening up further avenues for new kinds of projects. The consequences of this kind of youthful approach to architecture are readilly evident in this project.
Project: Poetic Footbridge
Duration: 4 weeks
Requirements: Finished model with scale 1:200, exploded isometric & superimposed photograph on site.
Site: Tropical Garden University Lake
Supervisor & Photography: cyfu.
Enjoy & Godbless.


  1. great works by great stdents led by great lcturer..
    very creative.hope to see one of those bridges in m'sia, mybe in 10 years to come..can? =)

  2. That was a very nice compliement from you, my friend. Thank you anonymous....:) just to share with you,... we already had our cable-stayed bridge ( something similar to our project) at Putrajaya.

  3. nc one cyfu :) would there be any exhibition this sem?

  4. salam khruz,
    we had our submission & assesment & display (not actually exhibit) for half a day at linangan jernih on friday feb 5th. We dont have much time to exhibit it due to workbase 1,2 & 4 going for melaka seremban & kl trip after friday pray. not sure whether we gonna exhibit it again before portfoio. thanks for stopping by.

  5. Salam tuan, an interesting project. kalau singgah kat kl tu jgn lupa singgah kat UPM ni

  6. Insyallah Tuan Naser.... selalu gak gi KL tapi selalunya balik petang...