M Razif N

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About me

Gender Male
Industry Architecture
Occupation Designer + Amateur basketball player
Location Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Introduction Growing up loving creativity. Stuck in science stream (secondary school), opted arts as additional subject. Went university, fell in love with design theories. Elected as student president of Interior Architecture Dept at UiTM. Received accolades as MSID Best Student Project and Best Student Essay. *Also represented University in basketball. Got lucky because had great teammates and won so many trophy's. Mom knows I'm obsessed with things I love. That includes my ex's. Graduated & worked at an international architectural firm at Hartamas. At 2005, we won Steel Architecture Awards from PAM. 2009 est. Make Condition Design with couple of friends at Perhentian Island. The blog I started 2007, thinklab© got bigger & we took the chance to turn it into conference format. Couple of years after organizing several world class design conferences, design thinking workshops, tons of report research, awesome design parties, co-founded the Malaysian Design Alliance alongside MRM, PAM, PEREKA,BDA, wREGA & met so many inspiring designers & creative leaders all across the globe, I'm excited to recreate myself again as a designer.
Interests The Human Experience.
Favorite Movies Recent Update: Almost Famous, Wicker Park, Ironman 1&2, Pendekar Bujang Lapuk, Laksamana Do Re Mi, Anakku Sazali, My Sassy Girl (korean), Seducing Mr. Perfect (korean), TOKYO!, Devil Wears Prada, Breakfast At Tiffany's. Actually, there's a long list of cult films I love, but they make up to my POP list that I only enjoy, for science fictional purposes. Oh yes, I suggest check out The New Media 'Dali', David O'Reilly.
Favorite Music Until recent: Almost Famous OST, Alleycats, Anita Baker, , Jobim, Loveholic, Winterplay, Feist, 2pac, John Mayer, Jack Johnson, Yuna, Zee Avi, Hujan (first album), Radiohead, Portishead, Humming Urban Stereo, Nouvelle Vague, Pink Martini. Wait, must I list them all?
Favorite Books Paul Rand on Students, History of Architecture, Design Thinking by Tim Brown, The Malay Dilemma by Tun Mahathir.