Malaysian woman with no design history builds dream home in under 30 days


Steel beams were erected at Week One.

A few years ago, Atiqah Nadiah Zailani was set on buying a small apartment for RM500,000 in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Before she could finalise the deal, she was sent on a job assignment to Tanzania.

She had to put her high-rise dream on the back-burner, but while in Africa, the Kuala Lumpur born and raised young lady saw an alternate way of living.

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