Being one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular attractions, the Islamic Arts Museum is Southeast Asia’s largest museum of Islamic Art. The building occupies 30,000 square metres, situated amid the leafy surroundings of central Kuala Lumpur’s Lake Gardens. The style of the museum building is modern, with an Islamic feel created by the details rather than by the structure itself. Inside the building, the angularity of 21st century design is softened by the rounded forms of the five domes that dominate the museum’s interior. The seamless continuity of light and space is maintained throughout the galleries and into other areas of the museum, such as the library and the restaurant.
You will be learning about the properties of certain materials and how they have been applied in the making of other items. This Learning Experience is suitable for students Secondary 4 and above.