Greenfield Residence | ONG&ONG

SAVE Greenfield Residence | ONG&ONG

Project Name: Greenfield Residence

Practice: ONG&ONG

Firm Location: Singapore

Completion year: 2021

Gross Built up Area: 85,000 sqm

Project Location: Malaysia

Design Team: Ng Cho You and Haniffi Harun

Photo Credits: ONG&ONG

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Excerpt: Greenfield Residence is an architectural project designed by ONG&ONG in Malaysia. The building’s tower design employs clean architectural lines coupled with subtle colours to create a sleek and contemporary language. To soften the urban wall synonymous with high-rise buildings, green features including cascading sky gardens and pocket gardens are introduced at different levels.

Project Description

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Located within the proximity of Bandar Sunway, Greenfield Residence boasts a harmonious interaction of water, greenery and style that seamlessly creates exquisite living spaces reflecting form and functionality. This elegant residential development comprises of 3 towers of 35, 35 and 37 storeys complemented with lifestyle retail shops and 34 state-of-the-art recreational facilities nestled within an urban sanctuary on the podium level.

The towers host a total 816 residential apartments while the 18 retail shops are located directly below the car parking podium. The mixed development offers a wide selection of apartment types and layouts to appeal to the different market segments. Most of the residential units overlook a central landscaped park with expansive pools and forested greens, while the remaining units have views of the Bandar Sunway townscape.

The building’s tower design employs clean architectural lines coupled with subtle colours to create a sleek and contemporary language. To soften the urban wall synonymous with high-rise buildings, green features including cascading sky gardens and pocket gardens are introduced at different levels. Designed with sustainability in mind, this development is also provisionally certified under the Green Building Index for green design excellence.

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