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Old Posted Jan 8, 2011, 6:21 AM
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KUALA LUMPUR | The Troika | 204m | 177m | 160m | T/O


The residential Troika Development is located at the north-eastern corner of Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park, with comprehensive views of the Park and Petronas Towers. The Foster design responds to the unique location with a scheme of three residential towers - of 38, 44, and 50 storeys respectively - that will be the tallest residential development in Malaysia. The twisting shape is the result of a detailed analysis that identified the best possible views at every level, generating a plan that is aligned to maximise the prevailing views.

Sky Bridges link the three towers at Level 24 to create a unique sky lobby, with sprawling views of the emerging skyline, high above the roofs of the neighbouring buildings. At ground level, a 4-storey perimeter building frames a tranquil, car free courtyard at the heart of the development. Shops and offices in this low building also benefit from the views and the calm atmosphere of this landscaped space. The roof of the building is shaped to provide a variety of recreational facilities that are easily accessible. Residents enter through a courtyard with a grand entrance on Jalan Binjai Road, which leads to lift banks on individual floors that are shared by two apartments each.

Client: Bandar Raya Developments Berhard
Consultants: Web Structures Singapore, Northcroft, Valdun (Jurutera Perunding Valdun Sdn Bhd), Seksan Design
Co-architects: GDP Architects
     
     
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