by Lee Ren Hui
Supervising Lecturers: Ar. Quake Huay Tin
Mentors: Ar. Ngu Ngie Woon
This thesis project aims to establish a safe and healing space tailored for domestic violence survivors in Malaysia.
Recognizing the pressing need for supportive environments, the research and design process will comprehensively consider the physical, emotional, and psychological requirements of survivors, prioritizing their overall well-being and facilitating the healing journey. The envisioned space will serve as a sanctuary, providing a refuge where survivors can seek solace and embark on the path to recovery. Safety measures will be a priority to instill a sense of security, while fostering a supportive community that encourages connections and empowers survivors.
Through raising awareness on domestic violence, the proposal aims to combat the pervasive issue, and create a transformative environment that promotes healing, resilience, and empowerment for survivors across Malaysia.