Ken Yeang

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Ken Yeang (born 1948) is a Malaysian architect, ecologist and author known for his signature ecoarchitecture and ecomasterplans. Yeang is an early pioneer of ecology-based green design and masterplanning, carrying out design and research in this field since 1971. He was named by the Guardian as "one of the 50 people who could save the planet". Yeang's operating headquarters for his company Hamzah and Yeang is in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with other offices in London as Ken Yeang Design International and Beijing (China) as North Hamzah Yeang Architectural and Engineering Company.

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