Point 92
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The design of the building generates an intimate workplace as well as an interactive building on a very small sloped site. This 19-storey tower blurs the territory between office environment and public area, with extensive softscape and breakout areas. The layout plays creatively on daylighting, external ambience and materiality of the façade .The volumetric shapes carved from inside give variation in terms of spatial organisation and exterior views. Each space is unique: internal bridges, voids and double-height ceilings combine into an integrated whole. The pattern on the façade is derived from Braille; sets of patterns composed mainly of six different shapes spelling the project name are repeated throughout the façade, generating unique openings. A sense of arrival is enhanced through landscaped terraces and steps leading to the lobby.

Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Location
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Completed 2012
Dimensions
33'365 m²
Variant Names
Point 92
Building Usages
office building/complex
commercial
Keywords
Aga Khan Award for Architecture Nominee