Ampang Great Street Forum 2015


In conjunction with KL Design Month in October 2015, DBKL in collaboration with UTM & PAM was organising an annual exhibition and workshops for architectural and design related activities in the field of built environment. The aim of these participatory activities is to give opportunity for researchers, stakeholders, as well as the public, to be involved in the design decision making process for the growth and development of cities. Presentation of Research Development Incremental Structure And Infill System For Low Income Housing : Adaption From Traditional Malay’s House (UTM Scholars with University of Northumbria, UK)

Cameron Highlands Ecotourism Research 2013

The Cameron Tea Valley research is a collaboration of studies on integrated forestry landscape and tea valley ecotourism activities at Cameron Highland, Pahang. The studies were conducted by UTM Architectural students and the youth group from Persatuan Nakhoda Johor Bahru, and headed by Dr. Sharifah Salwa Syed Mahdzar. Establishing ecotourism activities provides the most convincing argument to government to enforce protection of forest in Cameron Highlands. The research has shown that ecotourism pulls together many Government departments making abroad case for preservation and conservation alike. Throughout the research programs, many sharing session and seminars have been conducted in giving benefits to publics.

The tea valley and the surrounding forestry sites in Cameron Highlands show tremendous evidence and highly suitable in support for the eco-tourism land uses, products and activities. By providing scientific method and approach in establishing eco-tourism activities in light with the aim to protect the forestry areas around the tea estates, such motion is most likely to succeed. Around BOH Estates in Habu site, the research has identified three separate areas forming a ring of integrated activities between the forestry landscape and the tea valley, which will make a clear case for protection of the forest. The case is further forwarded to be included in a potential Unesco Listing that can be classified as an innovative ecotourism activities, with the preservation of Cameron tea valley as a world class tourist destination

World Day of Architecture 2012

World Day of Architecture 2012

Collaboration among Architech Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Pertubuhan Arkitek Malaysia (Southern Chapter), MBJB ( Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru). Leaded by Dr. Sharifah Salwa

PAM Masterclass 2011


project\ PAM Masterclass 2011
client\ Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur
date\ 2011
type\ architecture
position\ honorary mention
advisor\ Dr. Sharifah Salwa Syed Mahdzar
team\ Atta Idrawani Zaini
Mohammad Hairi Sabrun
Mohd Nor Izwan Samani
Mohd Bukhari Abdul Rahman
Nadzrul Mohd Fauzi
Tengku Intan Suraya Tengku Aziz