Apart from the lectures, tutorial, studio works and portfolio days, our students also have inspiring activities that bring extra benefits and enlighten their student life.
21st August - 26 August 2022 Universiti Teknologi Sarawak (UTS)
33rd Architectural Student Workshop 2022 “MAKARA” held from 21-26 August 2022 at Universiti Teknologi Sarawak (UTS). This MAKARA 2022 is an event that gathers architectural students from all institutions in Malaysia that serves as a platform to strengthen the bonds among the participants through the sharing of thoughts, perspectives and passion for architecture.
ARCHITECTURE SYMPOSIUM 2022
31st March 2022 UTHM
Talk given by one of our programme stakeholders, Ar. IDr. Prof. Kol. (K) Dato' Sri Dr. Amer Hamzah Mohd. Yunus, who is also our Adjunct Professor to the architecture students on how to survive and excel being an architecture student as well as an architect.
UTHM X UNIMAS DECORUM 2022
22nd March - 26th March 2022 SARAWAK
Faculty of Built Environment (FBE), Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) in collaboration with Faculty of Civil Engineering and Built Environment, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) organized an event, Design and Architecture Forum (DECORUM) 2022 titled “The Role of Architecture in Empowering Universal Design” held at Dewan Mutiara, DeTAR Putra UNIMAS. UTHM students also went to many other parts in Sarawak including Sarawak Cultural Village, Damai Beach Kuching, Darul Hana Bridge, Kuching Floating Mosque, Kuching Waterfront and Borneo Cultural Museum.
PENANG TRIP 2020
28th Feb - 1st March 2020 PULAU PINANG
Our first batch went to Penang for their 3rd year studio trip site visit under Ar. Hazri, Ar. Jamil and Dr. Izudin guidance and supervision.
24th Aug 2019 UTHM
Our second ARCHINITE is very special as it was attended by delegates from Parahyangan Catholic University as well. It was held on 24th August with the theme of Arabian Night different from last year with Retro theme.
INBOUND MOBILITY - Architecture Entourage 2019
19th Aug - 25th Aug 2019 UTHM
Our second batch inbound mobility programme with the collaboration between Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia and Parahyangan Catholic University held on 18th Aug – 25th Aug 2019 at Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Malaysia.
URBAN AND HERITAGE TOWN TRAIL - Muar and Malacca
20th Aug - 21st Aug 2019 Muar & Malacca
Two days of Urban, Cultural and Heritage Architectural trip to Muar and Malacca which covers Muar Cultural Walk, Malacca Morten Malay Village, A Famosa and Stadhuys to expose to Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia and Parahyangan Catholic University delegates on the urban and heritage town trail. Students also experiencing the river cruise and technical visit to UNESCO World Heritage Buildings around Malacca.
ARCHITECTURAL VISITS - Johor Bahru
19th Aug 2019 The Astaka and Glulam Gallery, Johor Bahru
One day Architectural trip to Johor Bahru which covers The Astaka owned by Astaka Padu Sdn Bhd (APSB) and Glulam Gallery owned by Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB) located in Johor Bahru. The Astaka visit exposed the Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia and Parahyangan Catholic University delegates on the high rise architecture where it is the tallest residential towers in Southeast Asia that offer awe-inspiring views over the glittering skyline of Johor Bahru and Singapore. The visit to the Glulam Gallery is also very inspiring as the project was recognized by Malaysia Book of Records as the first completed building use glue-laminated timber (Glulam) as the load bearing structure which exceed 80% usage of wood to complement the design concept of the glulam iconic building.
OUTBOUND MOBILITY @ BANDUNG - Architecture Summer Course 2019
11th July - 21st July 2019 UNPAR, BANDUNG, INDONESIA
Our second batch succeeded in experiencing the outbound mobility programme between Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia and Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung. Department of Architecture, UNPAR in collaboration with Department of Architecture , UTHM held a 11 days programme of the Architecture Summer Course Workshop2019 with the theme of “Multisensory-Based Design Process: Exploration of Transformable Bamboo Structure for Supporting Multisensory Educational Approach”.
31st July - 5th Aug 2019 IUKL
The 31st Architectural Students Workshop 2019 is intended to ignite the FOURTH CYCLEof themes in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution with xxx!nyala (read as "the thirty first is NYALA") which was held in IUKL. Our first batch UTHM architecture students were lucky enough to get the opportunity to participate and meet other architecture students from various universities.
Bayu Balau Visit
21st April 2019 Bayu Balau Beach Resort, Tanjung Balau, Bandar Penawar, Johor.
It's a case study visit for our first batch students who currently are on their second year during this trip.
30th Nov 2018 HOTEL PINTAR
Our first ARCHINITE is very special as it was attended by delegates from Parahyangan Catholic University as well. It was held on 30th Nov with the theme of Retro.
INBOUND MOBILITY - ARCHITECTURE ENTOURAGE 2018
24th Nov - 1st Dec 2018 UTHM
Our first inbound mobility programme with the collaboration between Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia and Parahyangan Catholic University held on 24th Nov – 1st Dec 2018 at Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Malaysia.
HERITAGE TOWN TRAIL
27th Nov - 28th Nov 2018 MELAKA
Two days of Cultural and Heritage Architectural trip to Melaka which covers Morten Malay Village, A Famosa, Stadhuys to expose to Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia and Parahyangan Catholic University delegates on the heritage town trail. River Cruise,Technical Visit to UNESCO World Heritage Buildings around Melaka. This was also a joint program with Politeknik Merlimau, Melaka.
Career Route in Architecture Field Programme
22nd Nov - 24th Nov 2018 SAVANNAH HILL RESORT, ULU TIRAM, JOHOR BAHRU.
Two days programme held in Savannah Hill Resort focussed on the career route in Architecture Field. Three architects were invited to give talk on the arcitecture career for their future understanding. Students also went for jungle tracking, sports and games to strenghten their mental, physical and emotional besides having good experience on exploring nature and bonding with their classmates.
OUTBOUND MOBILITY @ BANDUNG - Architecture Summer Course 2018
12th Oct - 28th Oct 2018 UNPAR, BANDUNG, INDONESIA.
Our first batch succeeded in experiencing the outbound mobility programme between Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia and Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung. Department of Architecture, UNPAR in collaboration with Department of Architecture , UTHM held a 10 days programme of the Architecture Summer Course Workshop2018 with the theme of “Multisensory-Based Design Process: Exploration of Transformable Bamboo Structure for Supporting Multisensory Educational Approach”.
27th Nov - 29th Nov 2017 Dewan Sultan Iskandar (DSI), UTM Skudai, JOHOR BAHRU.
Students participated in National Eco-Construction Competition known as NECO2017 held at UTM Skudai and won special mention award as Best Sustainable Design. NECO2017 is a competition organised by Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) with new established Sustainable Construction Excellence Centre (MAMPAN) along with Centre for Advanced Construction Technology and Innovation (CACTI) and Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM) in collaboration with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) is a great exposure for our architectural students.
Fully Excellent Programme 2017
2nd Nov - 4th Nov 2017 Brindley Training & Camp, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan.
Students went for the fully excellent programme at PD Sanctuary Outdoor Training Camp where they had team building and it's a great exposure for our architectural students.
The Fortune Dragon Statue trip
12th July 2017 Fortune Dragon Statue, Yong Peng, Johor.
Students had their one-day trip to The Fortune Dragon Statue which was completed in 2016 at a cost of RM 8 million. It is said to be the world's largest dragon tunnel with a length of 115 meters. The Fortune Dragon snakes its way around the garden and visitors enter through the dragon's mouth and exit near the tail. Inside there are 144 steps up and down.
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