CITY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS RECEIVED RECOGNITIONS AT THE 12TH PAM ANNUAL ARCHITECTURE STUDENT WORKS EXHIBITION (PAASWE) 2017

15 Oct 2017

PETALING JAYA, Oct 15 - Students of City University of Malaysia from the Faculty of Architecture & Built Environment (FABE) received recognitions at the 12th PAM Annual Architecture Student Works Exhibition (PAASWE) 2017 recently.

 

Total of 21 Malaysian public and private higher education institutions which took interest in the event, Hamedi bin Mohamad, City University’s final year student from FABE, bagged home the Best Student Award for representing the University in the event. Another student who received the sole recognition in the PAASWE Logo Design competition was Muhammad Asri bin Amaluddin.

 

Contented to be recognised by PAM for his project in representing City University, Hamedi expressed, “I felt extremely pleased and City University’s academicians have helped me in my learning journey starting from the conceptual until the chronological of architecture design which elevated my passion in this field”.

 

Organised annually by Pertubuhan Arkitek Malaysia (PAM), this year’s exhibition was anchored at Rainforest, 1Utama Shopping Centre from the 11th-15th of October 2017. The theme ‘STRUCTURA’ stems from the Latin word, meaning ‘to build’ grounds to explore participants’ innovativeness in creating a seamless exhibition display through the medley between aesthetic and functionality of structures using a minimum of 70% the materials provided by the event sponsors.

 

Serving as a foundation to exhibit architectural student works as well as highlighting public awareness of Architecture as a respectable career, City University’s Architecture lecturer, Ar. Mohamed Fariz bin Hilmi added “The event helps students in many ways; to see what practitioners around the world has to offer apart from learning from other professionals alike in producing high quality works. Academicians are benefited as well, as we are able to incorporate new ideas inspired from the exhibition into classroom learning back at our respective institution”.

 

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