Incorporating microarchitecture into his artwork is his way of communicating with the public by DR. Azimin Tazilan

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May 17, 2014 7:55PM

Azimin Tazilan was born in Taiping, Perak. Striving to be the best, Azimin earned his Diploma in Interior Design from University Technology MARA (UiTM), his Masters degree in Interior Architecture from the Manchester Metropolitan University (United Kingdom and later his PhD. Incorporating microarchitecture into his artwork is his way of communicating with the public. With a PhD in micro-architecture and sustainable urbanization from the National University of Malaysia (UKM), Azimin has been called the Michelangelo of Malaysia by the architecture community.To accomplish his unique style, Azimin relies on splashes and strokes with his fingers and other medium to create his art. Working in Mixed Media, Azimin highlights the issues involving 120 years of nomadic objects in Malaysia, contrasting them with urbanization. Azimin has received two gold medals; The 20th International Invention, Innovation & Technology Exhibit and The Malaysia Technology Exhibition and received the USA INPEX International Special Award

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