Permata Sapura

PERMATA SAPURA

Expected 2020 – Kuala Lumpur
Mix Development

Design inspired by Malaysia’s tallest peak Mount Kinabalu, Permata Sapura (also known as Lot 91) is a mixed-use development in the KLCC vicinity, located near the existing conference centre. The development is a 45-floor Grade A office tower over a multi-level long span podium structure that houses the exhibition space. This sits over a 31m deep basement with five levels of car parking and two levels of retail space. Designed with seamless integration within the KLCC precinct, Permata Sapura’s basement car park is connected to the the existing KLCC basement car park.

Long span structures are required for the exhibition halls and these are economically framed in structural steelwork in order to reduce weight and to provide the necessary degree of vertical stiffness. The use of steel trusses provide services distribution space within the structural zone and contribute to reducing the overall floor to floor heights for the podium zone.

Client:
Impian Bebas Sdn Bhd

Team:
GDP Architects Sdn Bhd
Arquitectonica (ARQ)
Arquitectonica & WDI Design
Leslie E Robertson Associates (LERA)
Arup Jururunding Sdn Bhd
Li Zainal Sdn Bhd
Burohappold Engineering
Samsung C&T Corporation
KPK Quantity Surveyor Sdn Bhd

Loaction:
Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur

Site Area:
1.879 acres

Built Up Area:
1,184,813 sq ft

Development Components:
Retail Mall , Exhibition Hall. Office Tower

No of Car Parks:
530

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