Flow Architecture


Architecture in the days of yore tended to blend with nature whilst contemporary designs try to challenge the environment. An example of the former is a naturally ventilated traditional house and the latter, a tall glass tower in a desert.

Elements incorporated into natural designs include air (breeze, convection), and water (streams, cascades) as seen in the the Falling Water House and the Hakusui Dam (relaxing video above, turn up the volume). More on the Hakusui Dam at the 'Built Environment: An Alternative Guide to Japan' exposition happening at RexKL from 12th of June to 14th July, see 'Japan Design' below for details.

Pick of Events (W2-Jun-2019)

General
Link Creative Economy @ KL
Link Age of Anxiety @ KL
Link Korea Exposition @ KL
Link Cross Border Ecom @ KL tix
Link Go Digital @ KC tix

Arts & Architecture
Link Retro Utopia @ HK
Link Japan Design @ KL tix
Link Mosque Architecture @ KL tix
Link Design Your Life @ KL
Link Tamil Typography @ KL tix
Link Rain Forest Festival @ KL tix
Link Music Poetry OpenMIC @ BKK

Around The Region
Link Open Source Conference @ HK
Link GDPR vs Blockchain @ HK tix
Link Instagram Stories Tips @ HK
Link Circular Hackathon @ HK
Link Smart Hotels @ HK tix
Link Legal Innovation @ HK
Link Sustainable Future @ SG
Link Google Cloud Next @ SG
Link Stripe Modern Payments @ SG
Link HK Startup Ecosystem @ BKK
Link English Competitiveness @ JKT
Link Asean Women Diplomats @ JKT