2006 – Kuala Lumpur
The Maple Condominium is one of the residential towers sited along the western rim of the Sentul Raya Master Plan. This rim surrounds a forested park, remnants of a former golf course, with rolling greens, bodies of water and a series of small ‘rooms’ of gardens.
The condominium comprises two elegant, slender towers 31-storeys in height and a 3-storey car park building. The car park building is detached from the two tower blocks thus presenting them with the opportunity to meet the ground in a simplistic gesture. In addition, this configuration also lends an air of exclusivity to the residential units implied by their stand – alone posture.
Each tower houses six residential units per floor. These begin from the third floor upwards culminating in a total of 318 units in all.
Common facilities such as the lap pool,children and family pool, clubhouse, gymnasium and meditation rooms are placed on top of the car park building. With this elevated vantage, the pools and gardens are graced with a serene and almost ethereal charm. Viewed from above, this grassed deck is indiscernible from the background landscape below. Thus, the theme of seamlessness is successfully extended to the common areas.