3 Malaysian women architects who thrive in a male-dominated industry


The courtyard and landscaped areas at Sinkeh Hotel, Penang, converted from a 1920s shoplot. Photos: Veritas Design Group

Lillian Tay cuts a tall figure in person and her stature matches her experience and standing in the architecture industry.

Trained as a civil engineer and architect at Princeton University in the United States – obtaining her BSc in Engineering and Master of Architecture – Tay worked at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in New York before returning home to Kuala Lumpur in the 1990s.

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