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Old February 2nd, 2008, 12:29 PM   #841
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Swiss Garden Residences
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A computer generated image of the Bangsar South integrated-city development depicting: 1 The Village property gallery, 2 The Horizon commercial centre, 3 The Vertical commercial centre, 4 The Sphere commercial centre and 5 The Park residences

UOA Holdings Sdn Bhd hopes to turn the old Kampung Kerinchi area into one of the Klang Valley’s most sought after addresses with its latest integrated-city development, Bangsar South. The property developer is a subsidiary of Australia Stock Exchange-listed UOA Ltd, which is also the controlling shareholder of UOA Real Estate Investment Trust (UOA REIT).

Its marketing and sales general manager Teh Heng Chong said the project is still in the planning stages but the developer hopes to emulate IGB Corp Bhd’s Mid Valley City located nearby.

“Although somewhat smaller in size, Bangsar South, a 60-acre leasehold mixed development would also be an integrated city, comprising a residential, commercial and retail component, which would be developed over a period of seven to eight years,” he said.

Teh said due to a strong demand in the market for commercial properties such as Grade A office buildings, the group may first launch 14 out of 37 blocks of 10- and 11-storey boutique office towers known as The Horizon, which it is targeting to sell enbloc. “Boutique offices give you naming rights when you purchase the whole building and offer exclusivity that is not available in conventional shop offices,” he said.

He added that piling works have already started on the “show towers” of The Horizon, which is expected to be completed in 2009.
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Viewing Tower Attraction For Putrajaya

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 3 (Bernama) -- A 100- metre high viewing towerwill be built here, for visitors to get an aerial view of the country's administrative capital.

Perbadanan Putrajaya President Tan Sri Samsudin Osman said the tower costing more than RM30 million, would be built at the pasar malam (night market) site opposite the Finance Ministry building.

He said the authorities were in the process of appointing a consultant for the project which would take two years to complete. Work is expected to begin in the middle of the year.

"The project will be carried out in line with Perbadanan Putrajaya's objective to develop Putrajaya into a major tourist destination in the country.

"The proposed viewing tower will provide Putrajaya with another landmark, besides the Putra Mosque, Heritage Park, the Wetlands, Botany Park and the Millennium Monument," said Samsudin.

He was speaking to reporters at the opening of a kite festival, held in conjunction with the Federal Territories Day.

Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Zulhasnan Rafique officiated the opening of the festival here, Sunday.

Meanwhile, Samsudin said a covered stadium would be built at Precinct 5 for residents to indulge in sports and recreational activities.

"We also plan to organise international-level water sports in November," he said.
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PUTRAJAYA, Feb 3 (Bernama) -- A 100- metre high viewing towerwill be built here, for visitors to get an aerial view of the country's administrative capital.

Perbadanan Putrajaya President Tan Sri Samsudin Osman said the tower costing more than RM30 million, would be built at the pasar malam (night market) site opposite the Finance Ministry building.

He said the authorities were in the process of appointing a consultant for the project which would take two years to complete. Work is expected to begin in the middle of the year.

"The project will be carried out in line with Perbadanan Putrajaya's objective to develop Putrajaya into a major tourist destination in the country.

"The proposed viewing tower will provide Putrajaya with another landmark, besides the Putra Mosque, Heritage Park, the Wetlands, Botany Park and the Millennium Monument," said Samsudin.

He was speaking to reporters at the opening of a kite festival, held in conjunction with the Federal Territories Day.

Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Zulhasnan Rafique officiated the opening of the festival here, Sunday.

Meanwhile, Samsudin said a covered stadium would be built at Precinct 5 for residents to indulge in sports and recreational activities.

"We also plan to organise international-level water sports in November," he said.
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Putrajaya Waterfront Development



Complex resembles fleet of sail boats

The city of Putrajaya is the new administrative capital of Malaysia, a few miles South of Kuala Lumpur. The new city is based on a system of connected islands created by overflowing a very large plantation of oil palms. The Public Administration buildings are in the centre of the islands, the residential units face the water. The main residential complex is conceived like a fleet of majestic Sail-Boats floating in the lagoon. The rib-like structural system forms the outer skin of the Sail-Boats and gives an important contribution to shadow the inner spaces of the various apartments without interfering with the view of the artificially created lagoon. All the apartments face the opposite sides of the Sail-Buildings as to create bilateral ventilation, with positive bioclimatic effects.

Italian Architect: Manfredi Nicoletti www.manfredinicoletti.com
Malaysian Architect: HijjasKasturi www.hijjaskasturi.com










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Catholic Church @ Putrajaya






Proposed List Of Project Consultants

The proposed list of Project Consultants are as follows:


Architects SC Leow Architect
C & S Engineers Case Consultants Sdn Bhd
Mechanical Engineer Ir Anthony Albert A/L Apichaymuthu
Electrical Engineers WCT Engineering Consultants
QS Perunding C&T Management
Accoustics/AV Engineers Perunding HTA Sdn Bhd
Landscape Architects Malik Lip & Associates



Archbishop Murphy Pakiam announced that the Malaysian government had generously allocated a parcel of land in Putrajaya to the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur for building a church-cum-community centre. The Catholic community is honoured to have the presence of a Catholic Church in Putrajaya, the pride and icon of Malaysia.

Archbishop Pakiam has commissioned the Church of the Holy Family, Kajang to spearhead this project. The Putrajaya Catholic Church Building Committee was set-up on Oct 3 2005 under the chairmanship of Fr Julian Leow and a committee comprising 11 members of the parish.

"The architectural planning and design will conform to the Liturgical requirements complimenting the ambience of Putrajaya's lush greenery and landscape. We envisage the Putrajaya church to be a hallmark of the Catholic community in Malaysia and showcase the rich heritage of the Malaysian Catholics." (Fr Julian Leow)





PETALING JAYA: The Putrajaya Catholic Church Building Committee is organising a Design Competition and invites talented Malaysians to take part in conceptualising a church with a strong Malaysian identity.

"In our Catholic church, we celebrate the Eucharist in Bahasa Malaysia, English, Chinese, Tamil and other local languages to cater for our local needs. Similarly we can have church buildings to reflect on our own Malaysian identity based on cultures, ethnicity and history too," said Ms Chitra Dass, the Vice Chairperson of the Putrajaya Catholic Church Building Committee.

"Most of the time, Christians are associated with westerners (we tend to be copycats) and it is about time we had our own identity and project our Asian and Malaysian culture. We have a mixed Christian ethnic group and this will reflect the unity amongst the Christians when they come to worship God.

"The blend of our rich Indian, Chinese, Orang Asli, various tribes of East Malaysian brothers and the other races praying together during our community Masses, singing and worshipping as one family irrespective of status and colour and in all languages is a reflection and a testimony that we are all one in spirit. At the same time we can show the other nations what a unique Christian community we have in this country," said Dass.

According to Dass, although there may be people who have a fixed concept that church buildings should follow a certain structure --- gothic, neo-gothic etc, lately more and more churches are being built following non-traditional architectural designs.

"In the past, the old churches were mostly designed by the French and the English architects but now we have many local architects who are bold in expressing their creativity without losing the identity of a church. So why not promote our local talents," said Dass.

"We need to move away from the "stereotype" architecture adn be more futuristic. Based on the growing Catholic population in this country, we are ready to have our own Malaysian identity. If we do not start now, we probably never will and this new Putrajaya Church is giving us the opportunity to establish our Malaysian Catholic identity in this country," she said.

Dass who was also involved in the Holy Family Kajang Church Building project finds the Putrajaya Church Building project more challenging because this new church will serve not only the local but the international community as well.

"This will not be just another local church like what we built for our Kajang community. During international conferences, conventions and summit meetings in Putrajaya we expect many Catholic delegates to attend Mass.

"Besides this, the Putrajaya Catholic church will not merely be one of the local churches in the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur Diocese but will stand as symbol and identity of the Catholic community in the country. We are hoping that the building of this new church will involve the active participation of all the Catholic families not only in the archdiocese but of the whole country," she added.
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