Civic & Cultural

Masjid Bandar Baru Enstek, Negeri Sembilan

Masjid Complex and extension works at Bandar Baru Enstek, Negeri Sembilan for TH Properties Sdn Bhd. 

Masjid Bandar Baru Enstek

Location:

Bandar Baru Enstek, Negeri Sembilan

Status: 

Completed

Year: 

2019

 

GFA:

17,500 sq.m.

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Sandakan Central Market

The Sandakan Central Market is a key component of the Sandakan Harbour Square waterfront development and occupies a strategic positioning on the site that allows the efficient screening off and control of the servicing areas.

 

The central concept of the building design is the creation of a service corridor system that handles efficient waste/drainage disposal as well as goods delivery via a layout of wet corridors that links to the main service yard. Effectively, wet service circulation is kept separated from dry public circulation at all times, with the market stalls being the interface of the service and public areas.

A simple, functional Nautical theme is adopted for the architectural design, with a protruding Fish Jetty being emphasized to provide an immediately recognizable icon for Sandakan.

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Sandakan Central Market

 

Location:

Sandakan, Sabah

Status: 

Built

Year: 

2012

 

GFA:

17,500 sq.m.

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JB CIQ Complex

Integrated Custom, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex is a prominent landmark building combining operational and interspatial Southern International Gateway, consisting of the CIQ Complex and the JB Sentral Terminal at Johor Bahru.

The CIQ Complex is divided by levels into 3 main zones for car, motorcycle, bus, lorry and Passenger Processing area, Quarantine Area and 16 CIQ Administrative Governments Offices. The JB Sentral Terminal is linked to the CIQ Complex serving dual functions as KTMB Johor Bahru Railway Station and Public Transport Station.

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JB CIQ Complex

 

Location:

Johor Bahru, Johor

Status: 

Built

Year: 

2008

 

GFA:

232,000 sq.m.

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Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Restoration and conservation works and interior design works of colonial heritage Sultan Abdul Samad Building.

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Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Location:

Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan

Status: 

Completed

Year: 

2007

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KLAC - Kuala Langat Administrative Centre

Kuala Langat Administrative Centre (KLAC) is the new District Office for Kuala Langat District of Sg. Sedu Estate, designed with the heritage elements from Istana Jugra which was built in 1905.

Winner of Nippon Paint Design Award for Architectural Coating 2006

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KLAC

 

Location:

Kuala Langat, Selangor

Status: 

Completed

Year: 

2009

 

GFA:

10,000 sq.m.

National Art Gallery

The National Art Gallery is envisaged as a sculptural and monumental landmark. The sculpted block hovering in the air and the sharp edges silhouetted against the sky will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on patrons of the gallery.

The basic building form is derived from the vernacular roof design to reflect the Malaysian national identity. It is further stylized into a truncated block which is stretched along Jalan Temerloh. An A-shaped roof straddles the block to break the monotony of a monolithic mass and introduces a light-filled atrium space internally.

Gallery spaces flanking the circular ramp serve as exhibition areas for more intimate and contemplative viewing. The rooms are partitioned to accommodate the diverse needs of the collection.

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National Art Gallery

 

Location:

Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan

Status: 

Completed

 

Year: 

1999

Size:

15,000 sq.m.

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Kota Darulnaim

Being the seat award-winning of the Kelantan State Government and centre for all State ceremonies and functions, the design of this award-winning complex embodies distinct elements of Kelantanese architecture and its environment.

The building/roof forms are inspired by renowned local architectural forms of Masjid Kampung Laut for the State Assembly Building, Istana Sri Akar for the Banqueting Hall Building and Istana Balai Besar for the Office Buildings. Carved timber panelings are widely used for the interiors to reflect the local culture and practice.

The buildings and courtyards are connected by plazas and link ways, adapted from the traditional concepts of 'jemuran' and 'laluan' set among a landscape creating an overall village atmosphere.

Kota Darul Naim

 

Location:

Kota Bahru, Kelantan

Status: 

Built

Year: 

1980

 

GFA:

25,000 sq.m.

Dayabumi General Post Office

The design rationale for the award-winning GPO and Postal Headquarters building was one of simplicity with the interplay of horizontal planes, solid, and voids. The basic external materials consist of glass mosaic tiles, with geometrical aluminium panels to blend with the modern Islamic architectural identity of the adjacent Dayabumi complex.

The building not only solves the technological and functional problems encountered in a Post-Office headquarters but also the design constraints placed on it by its location in the Dayabumi complex. 

A collaboration project between

Arkitek MAA + BEP Architects.

Dayabumi General Post Office

 

Location:

Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan

Status: 

Completed

Year: 

1978

 

GFA:

55,000 sq.m.