Malaysian architect couple's 2-storey terrace KL house embraces natural elements

  • Design
  • Wednesday, 20 Mar 2024

View of the spiral staircase from above. Photos: Lin Ho

Their friends told them to move back to Malaysia as the country was “very exciting”, so Huat Lim and his wife Susanne Zeidler did just that in 1992 to explore the country.

The first thing the couple – who are both architects – did was search for a simple house. After a few moves, the couple finally decided to go with their current two-storey terrace link home in Wangsa Ukay, Ampang in Kuala Lumpur.

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