Posts Tagged ‘Malaysia’
Wednesday, February 6th, 2013
Article source: ArchiCentre
The S11 house is located in an established older suburb of Petaling Jaya. The existing old house on the site was built in the early 1960’s and had become dilapidated and run-down over the years. A new green tropical house was planned for the site and conceptualized along the lines of a tree. The large tree canopy would cover and shelter the living spaces underneath it. The S11 House was designed to achieve the highest level Platinum rating of Malaysia’s Green Building Index (GBI).
There were five significant existing trees on the site.
View of house from pool : Image Courtesy © Lin Ho
- Architects: ArchiCentre
- Project: S11 House
- Location: Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
- Photography: Lin Ho
- Owners: Dr. Tan Loke Mun & Chew May-Ann
- Architect: Ar. Dr. Tan Loke Mun of ArchiCentre Sdn. Bhd.
- GBI Facilitator: Greenscapes Sdn. Bhd.
- Interior Designer: ArchiCentre Sdn. Bhd.
- Civil & Structural: Jurutera Perunding TSSC Lim Sdn. Bhd.
- Landscape: Ar. Dr. Tan Loke Mun of ArchiCentre Sdn. Bhd.
- Contractor: Atlantic Builders Sdn. Bhd.
Tuesday, October 16th, 2012
Article source: Meta- Studio
The Cave Cafe is a place for people to chill out which serves the customers with finest coffee in Malaysia. The design of the Cave Cafe is inspired by the definition of cave. Cave is natural underground space large enough for a human to enter. Beside it is known as a big hole, the feeling of being inside an enclosed space with one or few sources of light is extremely important. Today’s cave is commonly safe and equipped with enough lighting installation. In Cave Cafe design, the level of brightness is maintained from behind the series of laser-cut stripes.
Image Courtesy Meta-Studio
- Architects: Meta- Studio
- Project: Cave Cafe
- Location: Subang, Malaysia
- Client: Cave Cafe
- Project architect: Jaenes Bong
- Project team: Jonathan Alotto, Jaena Bong
- Area: 155m2
- Software used: Autocad, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Cinema4D
Friday, June 15th, 2012
Article source: Fabian Tan Architect
The renovation for this 1.5-storey terrace home was meant to be quite simple, but it became a more extensive project. The owners, a mother and her daughter, were very receptive to new ideas.The principle idea of the design is inspired by the Japanese culture ideal on detail and restraint. This intention was expressed through light and material to form the pureness of space. Almost all the details were construed through reasoning more than mere aesthetic play.
Front view (Image Courtesy Eiffel Chong)
- Architects: Fabian Tan Architect
- Project: Le Mon House
- Location: Taman Tun, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Built up Area: 1900 sqft
- Photographer: Eiffel Chong
Friday, June 8th, 2012
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
Blurring the boundaries between building and landscape, Sunrise Tower houses five program elements – residential, hotel, office, retail, parking. A supremely flexible volume, employing parametric grid principles, this 280m, 66 floor ‘vertical landscape’ is inherently fluid; can change in response to the changing demands placed upon it through time.
- Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
- Project: Sunrise Tower
- Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Area: 150000m2
- Gross Floor Area: 150000m2
- Site Area: 6800 m2
- Footprint Area: 2800m2
Wednesday, February 29th, 2012
Article source: Asylum
Redefining the conventional office space, apbcOffices were designed to create a calming and tranquil environment; inspired by nature and tinged with an element of surprise. Located in the bustling city’s main shopping, entertainment and tourism district, the new serviced office occupies the 16th floor of The Pavilion Tower at 10,473 square feet, incorporating natural materials to provide a comforting yet conducive working environment.
Boardroom (Image Courtesy apbcOffices)
- Architects: Asylum
- Project: apbcOffices at The Pavilion Tower
- Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Creative Director: Chris Lee
- Design Director: Cara Ang
- Interior Designer: Dymitr Malcew
- Photography: apbcOffices
- Year of completion: 2011
- Area: 10,473 square feet
- Software used: AutoCAD
Saturday, January 28th, 2012
Article source: Ole Scheeren
Angkasa Raya, situated in Malaysia’s capital at the intersection of Jalan Ampang and Jalan P. Ramlee, directly across the well-known Petronas Twin Towers in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), presents a new typology in high-rise skyscraper design that overtly expresses the inhabitation of diverse urban activities in a tropical environment and captures the vibrancy of the city’s multifaceted culture. Angkasa Raya is comprised of five distinct elements – three floating elevated tower blocks and two multi-level zones of open horizontal slabs – that are autonomous yet connected to one another in a uniquely stacked and shifting configuration of varied functional and urban typologies. Rather than competing with the Twin Towers in the form of another “twin” or blending into the surrounding context of singular towers on a podium, Angkasa Raya offers a new contemporary reading of the capital city and stands as an icon of the harmonious and dynamic balance of Malaysia’s cultural multiplicity and diversity.
Angkasa Raya by Ole Scheeren Buro-OS-04
Friday, June 3rd, 2011
Article source: Studio Nicoletti Associati
In the area of Petaling Jaya, west of Kuala Lumpur, a great urban development is under way for the establishment of a new urban centre. As a landmark for this area, the Developer wanted to host his on-site offices and sale’s showroom in an iconic pavilion that would reflect the spirit and the architectural style of the whole development.
Night View (Image Courtesy H. Lim Ho)
- Architects: Studio Nicoletti Associati
- Project: The POD Exhibition Hall
- Location: Petaling Jaya – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Architect Design: Luca F. Nicoletti, Serina Hijjas
Sunday, May 29th, 2011
Article source: Asymptote Architecture
Penang Global City Center in Penang, Malaysia as designed by the award-winning, New York-based firm Asymptote under the leadership of architect Hani Rashid, will be a 21st-century symbol for Penang on both a local and global scale through the simultaneous embrace of natural landscape, contemporary urbanism and innovative, energy-efficient design. This project is an opportunity to create a new image for the city of Penang by creating a precinct that is complementary to the existing character of the city and takes advantage of the lushness of the surrounding mountainous landscape by pulling it into the urban fold. The intertwining of the two creates a new model for a rich and dynamic urban landscape.
Penang Global City Center
- Architects: Asymptote Architecture
- Project: Penang Global City Center
- Location: Penang, Malaysia
- Principals: Hani Rashid + Lise Anne Couture
- Structural Engineer: ARUP, New York
- MEP Engineer: ARUP, New York