Eco Ardence, Dremien Collection | ONG&ONG

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Project Name: Eco Ardence, Dremien Collection

Practice: ONG&ONG

Firm Location: Malaysia

Completion year: 2020

Gross Built up Area: 1,65,921 sqm

Project Location: Selangor, Malaysia

Design Team: Tan Kee Keat, Hasbullah Bin Abdullah, Edwin Chan Yean Liong, Harith Ikhwan Bin Yusof, Ho Wenkai

Clients: EcoWorld

Photo Credits: ONG&ONG

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Project Description

(“Text as submitted by architect”)

Beyond the grand entrance to the gated, mixed-development enclave of Eco Ardence lies The Dremien Collection, a cluster of bungalows, semi-detached and linked houses located in the mature township of Shah Alam in the Klang Valley’s western corridor.

The double-storey dwellings are spread across a sprawling 41-acre parcel of land, linked by landscaped garden lanes that furnish the development with pleasant pockets of greenery. A clubhouse sits at the core of the community, providing a shared venue for socialisation and recreation.

Privacy, comfort and security are among the perks enjoyed by the residents. Strategically configured for a conducive living environment, the spacious homes with bright, airy interiors and louvred windows offer ample room for families, complete with manicured lawns and a private car porch for each unit.

The meticulously crafted design scheme strikes a balance between simplicity and elegance, while minimalist, earthy tones and timber finishes recall hints of nature. A modern sanctuary for holistic living with a touch of sophistication, the Dremien homes are thoughtfully conceptualised to suit contemporary lifestyle needs.


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