Ken Yeang, an Architect and Ecologist
Dr. Ken Yeang is a prolific Malaysian architect and writer best known for developing environmental design solutions for high-rise buildings. As a principle of T.R. Hamzah & Yeang in Kuala Lumpur, he pioneered the passive low-energy design of skyscrapers, what he has called “bioclimatic” design. In 2005 Yeang became a director of Llewelyn Davies Yeang, a multidisciplinary firm of urban designers, architects and landscape architects and is now based in London. (Source: Wikipedia)
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