contact info:
 faizzohri@gmail.com

Faiz Bin Zohri is driven by the interconnections of diverse public spaces, landscape traditions, re-generative ecologies, and ideas of a “discontinuous” unity. He tries to figure them out in his roles as a landscape architect or as a busybody in public space.

Living and working in Singapore.

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work reference quote:

“Unfortunately, the bid for Eindhoven/Brabant as European Cultural Capital 2018 is final and had already being presented on Thursday. But the project Kermis (funfair) In The Landscape by Faiz Bin Zohri is not included. Sorry, but who does not want a fairground between Eindhoven and Helmond? With as much as 140 attractions.”

Eindhoven Dagblad, 22 Oct 2012

 

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links:

cv

everyday photos

everyday sounds

 

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other links:

Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl

Tanah

Co-op

 

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some press:

Market worked because vendors were together The Straits Times / 21 Jun 2017

More composting to turn food scraps into fertiliser The Straits Times / 21 Jan 2017

How can we farm in the city? Going Places Singapore / 13 Oct 2016

Slow down, notice nuances of city’s architecture at Archifest The Straits Times / 17 Sept 2016

Arkitek Landskap ‘Semai’ Cacing Berita Harian / 23 Nov 2016

Best Things In Life Are Really, Really Free The New Paper / 23 June 2016

Stad als attractie, Land als attractie Design Academy Eindhoven / 2012

Graduation Show Architectuur NL / 30 Nov 2012

Graduation Show 2012 Eindhoven Dagblad / 22 Oct 2012

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