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Posted by  Rozz on July 21, 2003 at 20:21:56:

In Reply to:  Malaysian architecture posted by JUSRI JUSOH on July 03, 2003 at 01:15:21:

well, personally, malaysian architecture is still on "soul-searching" mode. At least, i hope it is. Looking at the ever-evolving mesh of architectural designs popping up in malaysia, i believe that we are still experimenting and trying to find our identity. As for the Twin towers, i think that the architect tried to his best ability to design an icon to represent our country. Whether it has succeeded or failed is a matter of time. I personally believe that sometimes an architect can provide design intention.......but whether it can morph into the lifestyles and culture of the local people is a test of time.

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