Nazlan Baharudin

Architect Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia

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Leading an established architectural practise founded in 1971 into the new millennium presented a challenge in globalisation. It was either outward growth with potential for sustainable networking expansion or internal implosion that seem the norm for local short-sightedness. AKITEK REKABINA chose the former route, which not only proved exciting but financially rewarding.

Our foray into international waters began in 1992 with a project collaboration with Warren & Mahoney, arguably then, the most progressive architectural practice in New Zealand. Working with Sir Miles Warren and Thom Craig on several award-winning projects was a huge delight. The portfolio then expanded to include Bicuadro Architetti of Italy, who were at the time of our collaboration Italy's Best Young Architectural Practice. In Max Brugia, Valerio Campi and Francesco Bezzi, we had at our literal doorstep some of the very best design talents Europe had to offer. More prize-winning schemes followed, and with it's vast potential and resources, the collaboration promises an exciting and rewarding future. The AR:BA Collaboration was the result of putting some of our best schemes into the Venice Bienalle Architectural Exhibition of 2010 and 2012.

The practice consistently strives to improve its professional standing with clients through innovative strategies in quality of design and delivery of service.
Nazlan Baharudin
Nazlan Baharudin

Leading an established architectural practise founded in 1971 into the new millennium presented a challenge in globalisation. It was either outward growth with potential for sustainable networking expansion or internal implosion that seem the norm for local short-sightedness. AKITEK REKABINA chose the former route, which not only proved exciting but financially rewarding. Our foray into international waters began in 1992 with a project collaboration with Warren & Mahoney, arguably then, the most progressive architectural practice in New Zealand. Working with Sir Miles Warren and Thom Craig on several award-winning projects was a huge delight. The portfolio then expanded to include Bicuadro Architetti of Italy, who were at the time of our collaboration Italy's Best Young Architectural Practice. In Max Brugia, Valerio Campi and Francesco Bezzi, we had at our literal doorstep some of the very best design talents Europe had to offer. More prize-winning schemes followed, and with it's vast potential and resources, the collaboration promises an exciting and rewarding future. The AR:BA Collaboration was the result of putting some of our best schemes into the Venice Bienalle Architectural Exhibition of 2010 and 2012. The practice consistently strives to improve its professional standing with clients through innovative strategies in quality of design and delivery of service.