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Puteri Habour South Development

Puteri Habour South is a mixed-use development near the Straits of Johor in Malaysia. It consists of four mixed-use groups of buildings of large showrooms and retailers, restaurants, and various types of service apartments; club buildings in the middle of the plot; and underground car parks and utility areas. Large showrooms, large retailers, and restaurants are on the lower floors; apartments are on the upper floors of low-rise and high-rise buildings. Common facilities of the service apartments are on the upper floors of its low-rise buildings and the upper floors of its high-rise buildings. Each apartment is oriented to provide sea views of the Straits of Johor. Landscape design aims to provide not only beauty and shadiness but also to provide privacy for residential areas.

The building is a reinforced concrete structure; exterior materials are granite, aluminum composite panels, satin stainless steel, tempered glass, and low-E glass with powder-coated aluminum frames; interior materials are granite, homogeneous ceramic tiles, aluminum composite panels, wood, painted plaster, satin stainless steel, and tempered glass.

The building facades are mainly in white aluminum composite panels, satin stainless steel, and Low-E glass panels with white powder-coated aluminum frames to give a light and at-ease sense; some protruding parts of the apartments are in brown aluminum composite panels to make the buildings look livelier.




Johore, Malaysia

Mixed-use Buildings (Retailers and Service Apartments)

120000 sq.m.

Collaborative Designers:

Project and Design Administration: Garis Architects

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