The American architect Oswald Nagler came to Myanmar (then Burma) in 1957. The house he designed for himself in Rangoon can still serve as a model for responsible architecture.
After we had to postpone the exhibition several times, we were finally able to invite to the opening. It was a wonderful evening!
In many of his projects, U Shwe combined Japanese simplicity with the formal canon of traditional Myanmar architecture.
Nay Myo Say is considered a representative of the “third wave” of young Burmese painters, whose work was not considered an angry rebellion, but more a celebration of opportunity.
The founder of Living Design Architects shares his view on how modernism developed in Myanmar
U Win Pe is considered among the first artists to bring modernism and abstract expressionism to Myanmar.
The architect U Sun Oo names the development of a specifically Myanmar architecture as an important task for the future.