Empire Damansara by Ong & Ong

By : Dennis Franklin | 2 Apr 2014 6:30 pm | Other

The Empire Damansara towers in Damansara Perdana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is a project which uses the strategic site to create a structure that stands out and differentiates itself from the competition, having mixed uses and a daring contemporary aesthetic created by the Ong & Ong architectural practice.

The project is composed of five towers and it hosts a hotel, SOHO units and office spaces along with a heritage theme village of F&B and various retail spaces that are inspired from the American warehouses. To create the village, recycled bricks were imported from China and the space using them connects the five towers in a central courtyard.

The club facilities give access to a theater and a sky deck on each tower to give access to various leisure and entertainment activities. The podium car park allows the pedestrians to access the towers from all directions and the diverse combination of programs wants to bring new life in the neighborhood.

 

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