KEN YEANG

Ken Yeang is an architect and ecologist, delivering signature hyper-green architecture, a field he pioneered since 1971. His work is differentiated by an ecosystem-based approach that performs beyond conventional green-rating systems.

His work has a visually-distinct verdant green aesthetic that enhances positively it’s locality’s ecology and biodiversity, designed as constructed ecosystems.

The work has received numerous awards including:
- The Aga Khan Award (Geneva)
- Prince Claus Award (Netherlands)
- LiangSiCheng Award (China)
- Merdeka Award (Government of Malaysia)
- Malaysian Institute of Architects Gold Medal
- LiangSiCheng International Award (China), and others.

His training was at the AA School (London). He received a doctorate from Cambridge University on ecological design and planning, and remains an Honorary Fellow of Wolfson College.

He is the Distinguished Plym Professor at Illinois University. Listen to his TED presentations (Berlin & India). The British newspaper, Guardian names him “one of the 50 people who could save the Planet’.

Email: [email protected]
Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Yeang
Ken Yeang is an architect and ecologist, delivering signature hyper-green architecture, a field he pioneered since 1971. His work is differentiated by an ecosystem-based approach that performs beyond conventional green-rating systems.

His work has a visually-distinct verdant green aesthetic that enhances positively it’s locality’s ecology and biodiversity, designed as constructed ecosystems.

The work has received numerous awards including:
- The Aga Khan Award (Geneva)
- Prince Claus Award (Netherlands)
- LiangSiCheng Award (China)
- Merdeka Award (Government of Malaysia)
- Malaysian Institute of Architects Gold Medal
- LiangSiCheng International Award (China), and others.

His training was at the AA School (London). He received a doctorate from Cambridge University on ecological design and planning, and remains an Honorary Fellow of Wolfson College.

He is the Distinguished Plym Professor at Illinois University. Listen to his TED presentations (Berlin & India). The British newspaper, Guardian names him “one of the 50 people who could save the Planet’.

Email: [email protected]
Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Yeang
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