Jimmy C. S. Lim is a Malaysian architect, trained at the University of New South Wales. He was senior architect and then an associate of the firm Project Architects Sdn in Kuala Lumpur from 1972-1977, and established his own practice - CSL Associates - in 1978. His built works, both in Malaysia and abroad, have ranged from residential bungalows to high- and low-rise commercial complexes, medical facilities, sporting facilities, and hotels and resorts; the Salinger Residence that he designed in Selangor, Malaysia, was presented with an Aga Khan Award for Architecture during the 1998 Award cycle. In 1983, Mr. Lim was a founding member and trustee of the Heritage Trust of Malaysia (Badan Warisan Malaysia), and continues to serve as a member of the Trust Council. He served as president of the Friends of Heritage of Malaysia (Sahabat Warisan Malaysia) from 1998 to 1992, and was president of the Malaysian Architectural Institute from 1991 to 1993. Mr. Lim is active in local residents' organisations in Kuala Lumpur, to resist uncontrolled planning, prevent destruction of the environment, and protect the natural environment and ecology of the city. He has presented numerous papers on architecture and conservation at seminars and conferences in Malaysia and internationally.