Malaysian architect's new book features 17 selected works designed in harmony with nature


Masjid Daing Abdul Rahman features a unique galvanised steel screen comprising randomly patterned triangular panels that reflect the traditional mashrabiya design in a contemporary way. Photos: Razin Architects

If not for the lockdown in March last year, Razin Mahmood’s architectural book would probably not see the light of day.

The award-winning founding director of Razin Architects, a practice based in Johor Baru, first started working on the coffee table book in July 2019, but admitted he didn’t have a clear direction for it.

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