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38 Mews in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by Design Collective Architects

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

Article source: Design Collective Architects 

38 Mews is located in a quiet suburb of greater Kuala Lumpur adjacent to a forest reserve. Built for a young working couple and their four cats, the house is designed to allow for the owners to works from home with the ground floor isolated as a working area away from the living quarters. The residential unit is located on the upper floor with 2 bedrooms and a large open terrace. The large open terrace with a sliding gate provide the cats a large outdoor area to roam freely and securely.

Image Courtesy © Wong Sze Ming + Darren Ch’ng

  • Architects: Design Collective Architects
  • Project: 38 Mews
  • Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Photography: Wong Sze Ming + Darren Ch’ng
  • ID: Essential Design Integrated
  • Civil+Structural Engineer: Suria Diversified
  • M+E Engineer: MNE Mexergy
  • QS: Edmund Shipway
  • Main Contractor: Bumi Equator Architecture Sdn Bhd in collaboration with Grade Builders
  • Land Size: 9,000 sq ft
  • Nett Built Up Area: 3,000 sq ft
  • Complete: April 2014


The Window House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by formzero

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Article source: formzero

The concept of The Window House starts with two fundamental questions.

When a proposed house is sited right on the edge of a reserved forest, a seamless correspondence between the house and the nature shall become the priority of the design. On the contrary, what if the house owner has expressed no interest in the outdoor space or the nature but rather maximising the interior volume as part of the design brief? This paradoxical situation is adversely transformed into an inspirational thought.

Image Courtesy © Ronson Lee

  • Architects: formzero
  • Project: The Window House
  • Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Photography: Ronson Lee
  • Lead Architect: Cherng Yih Lee
  • Contractor: Jaya Bintang
  • Built Area: 900 m2
  • Construction Year: 2015
  • Completion Year: 2017


Knikno House in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia by Fabian Tan Architect

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

Article source: Fabian Tan Architect 

This semi-detached house was rebuilt for a young family on a 60’ x 90’ piece of land. Laid out over two different levels, the lower section of the plot houses the car porch with a ramp and staircase, connecting it to the home which sits on the higher land area. The house consist of a single-storey open living space, which intersects perpendicularly to a 2-storey building with closed private rooms.

Image Courtesy © Ceavs Chua

  • Architects: Fabian Tan Architect
  • Project: Knikno House
  • Location: Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
  • Photography: Ceavs Chua
  • Built up Area: 2700 sqft


Eigent House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by Fabian Tan Architect

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Article source: Fabian Tan Architect

Nestled in a high-end enclave at Kuala Lumpur, this bungalow is an ancestral residence that is home to a young family. Their brief was to modernize the home while preserving its existing layout and form to conserve their familiarity and comfort.

Image Courtesy © Ceavs Chua

  • Architects: Fabian Tan Architect
  • Project: Eigent House
  • Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Photography: Ceavs Chua
  • Built up Area: 5500 sqft


Macalister Mansion in Pulau Pinang, Malaysia by Ministry of Design

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

Article source: Ministry of Design

Housed in a beautiful 100 year old historic mansion that has been conserved and adapted, each of the 6 different F&B and Hotel entities can be enjoyed as part of the overall Macalister Mansion experience but are branded as distinct rooms or spaces that are typically found in a mansion – the dining room, the den, the living room, the lawn & eight rooms.

Image Courtesy © Ministry of Design

  • Architects: Ministry of Design
  • Project: Macalister Mansion
  • Location: 228 Jalan Macalister, Georgetown, 10400 Georgetown, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia


Green Forest Competition in Malaysia by gianluca milesi architecture

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

Article source: gianluca milesi architecture

The geographic position of the project site is particular for the sea facing of the area and the vicinity to Singapore.

These two aspects suggested to us to take in big consideration the nature of the shore and its beauty to be valorised and the panoramic view to and from sea, to and from future islands to be built and Singapore.

Image Courtesy © gianluca milesi architecture

  • Architects: gianluca milesi architecture (Gianluca Milesi wiith ChenFeifan, Lin Jinchao, Samuela Martinelli, Xu Yichen)
  • Project: Green Forest Competition
  • Location: Malaysia
  • Software used: Autocad, PHOTOSHOP, 3dS  Max, V-ray, mental ray



Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Article source: LAVA

LAVA has won 2nd prize in an international competition to design a new city in Malaysia.

LAVA’s concept sees the city defined not as one iconic building, nor as a skyline, but as a central public space, a real forest. Chris Bosse, director of LAVA, explains: “Skylines across the world look the same – usually a couple of iconic towers in the centre surrounded by lots of lesser quality buildings, which all resemble each other.” “Here we have designed an inverse city skyline where the icon of the city is a public space, not an object/building. Our central space is a Rainforest Valley and demonstrates the equation: PEOPLE = CITY. From an object to a place.”

Image Courtesy © Bitscapes

  • Architects: LAVA
  • Location: Malaysia
  • Photography: Bitscapes
  • Client: Country Garden Group
  • Lava: Chris Bosse, Alexander Rieck, Tobias Wallisser
  • Size: Total development: 20 square kilometres; site: 24 hectares
  • Status 2nd prize, design competition 2017


Glad Tidings Vision Centre in Selangor, Malaysia by Archicentre Sdn. Bhd.

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Article source: Archicentre Sdn. Bhd. 


Nestled at the old industrial district of Section 13, Petaling Jaya, Glad Tidings Vision Centre (GTVC) is a visual respite from its dour surroundings. It is strategically located amidst established and flourishing neighbourhoods, which are predominantly residential.


The brief called for a revamp and upgrade of the old church facilities due to the growing congregation. The new building comprises a Multipurpose Hall, a garden chapel (for wedding, water baptism, prayer and meditation, and outdoor functions), prayer halls, prayer chapel, function rooms for meetings and seminars, and car parking facilities.

Image Courtesy © Archicentre Sdn. Bhd.

  • Architects: Archicentre Sdn. Bhd.
  • Project: Glad Tidings Vision Centre
  • Location: Section 13, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Client: Pioneer Energy Sdn Bhd
  • C&S Consultant: GCU Consultants Sdn Bhd
  • M&E Consultant: Perunding Timur Sdn Bhd
  • Quantity Surveyor: ELP Juruukur Sdn Bhd
  • Landscape Architects: Aminuddin Badawi Landscape Consultant
  • Main Contractor: SIAB (M) Sdn Bhd
  • Design Commencement: 2008
  • Construction Commencement: April 2011
  • Completion: March 2013


Inhabiting urban lungs green projects in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by Ramadan Shahabudin

Sunday, November 13th, 2016

Article source: Ramadan Shahabudin 

Inhabiting the urban lungs green building project is an office project that apply green and sustainable approach on its detailing. The propose project is located at Jalan Tun Ismail, KualaLumpur, Malaysia. Green building, also known as green construction or sustainable building is the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient through out a building lifecycle: from sitting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation and deconstruction. This practice expands and complements the classical building design that typically concerns on economy, utility, durability and comfort.

 Image Courtesy © Ramadan Shahabudin

Image Courtesy © Ramadan Shahabudin

  • Architects: Ramadan Shahabudin
  • Project: Inhabiting urban lungs green projects
  • Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


23 Terrace in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by DRTAN LM Architect

Sunday, August 21st, 2016

Article source: DRTAN LM Architect

Situated in the upper middle class suburban of Taman Tun Dr. Ismail that was developed in the early 70’s, 23 Terrace is a new double-storey terrace house reconfigured in place of its single-storey predecessor. During day, the façade is a typical contemporary terrace house with large openings, glass balustrade and minimalist security door grille and gate. At dusk, the house transforms into a lantern, casting surrealistic shadows on the cement rendered porch.

The house alit like a lantern, Image Courtesy © H. Lin Ho

The house alit like a lantern, Image Courtesy © H. Lin Ho

  • Architects: DRTAN LM Architect
  • Project: 23 Terrace
  • Location: Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Photography: H. Lin Ho
  • Client: Ong Hean Kheng
  • Design Architect : Dr. Tan Loke Mun
  • Project Architect: Alvin Tham Yee Weng, Mohd. Faidin
  • Contractor: Eco Vision Sdn Bhd
  • C&S Engineers: Perunding L&W Sdn Bhd


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