An interview with architect Ken Yeang, on CNN

Ken Yeang (Chinese: 杨经文/楊經文; pinyin: Yáng Jīngwén; born 1948) is a Malaysian architect, ecologist and author best known for his signature deep green ecoarchitecture and ecomasterplans, differentiated from other green architects by an authentic and environmentally comprehensive ecological approach. Yeang is an early pioneer of ecological design and planning, carrying out design and research in this field since 1971. He is described as the “world’s leading green skyscraper architect”.

His key built works include the Roof-Roof Hpuse (Malaysia), Menara Mesiniaga (an IBM franchise) (Malaysia), National Library Singapore (Singapore), Solaris (Singapore), Spire Edge Tower (India), DiGi Data Centre (Malaysia), Ganendra Art House (Malaysia), Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital Extension (under Llewelyn Davies Yeang, UK), Genome Research Building (Hong Kong). More >>>

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