We have great interest in ecological design and its implications on buildings and public spaces. Our training allows us to analyse emerging technologies that are most suitable to reduce energy needs, enhance a healthier lifestyle and to create a sustainable future.
We are researching new ways to move through nature's forests without damaging the undergrowth. We are looking to turn rivers into "entertainment spines" traversed by "interpretation boats" with "nature rooms" connected to the river via raised dock and canopy walk pathways. Once the pathways rise up into the forest canopy, other-worldly guest experiences can be devised using ideas such as those found inTomas Sarceno's catenary projectwhich establishes a fun and unique dialog between people, objects and spaces. Sarceno's system is a cross between art and entertainment emphasizing the ecological concept that everything is interconnected - a movement by one guest will be registered in some way by all the other guests.
FACTS Malaysia is one of the worlds top 12 Biodiversity hubs.
BACKGROUND IMAGE Glacier Skywalk, Canadian Rockies