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Putrajaya Waterfront development, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Posted by ewanvfe on 25/03/2008






Complex resembles fleet of sail boats
The city of Putrajaya is the new administrative capital of Malaysia, a few miles North of Kuala Lumpur. The new city is based on a system of connected islands created by overflowing a very large plantation of oil palms. The Public Administration buildings are in the centre of the islands, the residential units face the water. The main residential complex is conceived like a fleet of majestic Sail-Boats floating in the lagoon. The rib-like structural system forms the outer skin of the Sail-Boats and gives an important contribution to shadow the inner spaces of the various apartments without interfering with the view of the artificially created lagoon. All the apartments face the opposite sides of the Sail-Buildings as to create bilateral ventilation, with positive bioclimatic effects

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One Response to “Putrajaya Waterfront development, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia”

  1. Anonymous said

    hey, i did the board layout
    i involved in the design development
    how did u get all the info?

    hadi rashid
    ex hijjas kasturi associates

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