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Old June 24th, 2007, 07:11 PM   #21
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Penang International Equestrian Centre looks much better than Bayan Lepas Airport. Imagine what can Equine Capital do to New Penang International if Government allow then to build new airport in Batu Kawan in exchange of prime lots sitting on current Bayan Lepas International.

By the way where's The CEO located?
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Old June 24th, 2007, 07:32 PM   #22
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In Bukit Jambul, next to Vistana Hotel.
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Old June 25th, 2007, 06:19 AM   #23
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Dubbed as the first smart office in Penang, the C.E.O offers a unique experience of a new working and modern living environment under one roof.

Poised to be a prestigious address in Bukit Jambul in the southwest district of Penang island, the C.E.O is designed based on the Small Office Home Office (SOHO) concept for start up businesses or small investors. A first-class investment opportunity, the C.E.O is well position to achieve Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) status.








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Old June 25th, 2007, 06:38 AM   #25
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CRAZY, AMBITIOUS PENANG DEVELOPMENT

1. Ole Scheeren's Penang Turf Club Redevelopment Plan (with 30+ skyscrapers)


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nah korang...!


Aerial


Aerial lagi


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BEST AERIAL!


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Old June 25th, 2007, 09:55 AM   #27
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CRAZY, AMBITIOUS PENANG DEVELOPMENT

2. GRÜNTUCH ERNST ARCHITECTS / SA ARCHITECTS Penang Turf Club Redevelopment Plan

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Masterplan Penang Turf Club
Malaysia

Competition 2004/05, 2nd Prize













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CRAZY, AMBITIOUS PENANG DEVELOPMENT

3. TAK's Penang Turf Club Redevelopment Plan


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Located around the existing Penang Turf Club with the area of 263 acres, the project includes mix-use, commercial and residential developments. This will include a 30 storey building similar to the current Plaza Komtar.
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Old June 25th, 2007, 10:00 AM   #29
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CRAZY, AMBITIOUS PENANG DEVELOPMENT

4. MICHEAL SORKIN STUDIO / VERITAS ARCHITECTS Penang Turf Club Redevelopment Plan


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Penang Peaks
Penang, Malaysia, 2004

Penangs Peaks is an intensely mixed-use community, providing housing, offices, commercial space, medical facilities, a convention center, transit node, concert hall, schools, a campus for overseas universities and extensive recreational facilities. The project is designed to be highly sustainable, indeed, a model of best environmental practices: in both appearance and behavior, its architecture will be dramatically green and will be fully self-sufficient in water and waste management. The project is organized around a 20 hectare Great Park, intended to provide amenity for the city as a whole and linked to the Penang Hills via a land-bridge over the new Penang Outer Ring Road. The park is surrounded by residential buildings, connected by Kudalari Drive, an elliptical roadway that girdles the site and distributes its uses. The Drive is intended to become the city’s premier retail boulevard and to accommodate a legion of strollers and diners.



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CRAZY, AMBITIOUS PENANG DEVELOPMENT

5. ATSA ARCHITECTS / MORPHOSIS's Penang Turf Club Redevelopment Plan


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Greeting to our readers,
In June 2004, we were invited to participate in a design competition to propose a masterplan for the redevelopment of Penang Turf Club in Penang Island. We were partnered with Santa Monica based Architectural firm, Morphosis. 6 teams were also invited to enter the competition (6 local Architects with 6 Foreign Architects). The other teams were;
1) Axis Architect with Atelier Seraji, France
2) Pakatan Reka with Asymptote Architects, USA
3) SA Architects and Ernst & Gruntuch Architects, Germany
4) Veritas Architects with Micheal Sorkin Studio, USA
5) Chee Ang Architect with OMA, Holland
6) RSP (KL) with Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop Tetsuo Furuichi, Japan and Furuichi & Associates Japan.
The competition was organized by the client, Equire Capital and promoted by Asia Design Forum under Dr. Ken Yeang.
For this month e-news, we would like to feature our design competition submission together with Morphosis. The conceptual design of this scheme was caried out by Morphosis under the direction of their Principle Architect Mr. Thom Mayne.

Redevelopment of the Penang Turf Club Land Masterplan Competition


Penang and it's viciality


Map of Georgetown and the site

Location
The site is located within Section 2, Town of Georgetown, in the North-East District of Penang. It is situated at the intersection of Jalan Scotland - Jalan Batu Gantung and Jalan York. It is approximately 2 1/2 miles (4.0 kilometres) to the west of the city centre of Georgetown, Penang. The site is approximately 259 acres.


Penang Island map.


Development Model 1


Development Model 2


Development Model 3


Development Model 4


Development Model 5

Massing conceptual model from initial concept to final concept design development model.


Site plan of Penang Turf Club.


Redevelopment plan proposal for the Penang Turf Club.


OPEN SPACE PLANE
Active Park Landscape
Passive Park Landscape
Semi-Private Residential Landscape
Natural Landscape
Water Element


PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION

Walking Distances
Pedestrian Sidewalks and Trails
Vertical Circulation Cores
Public Park Space
Main Pedestrian Entry

Monorail Stop


VEHICLE CIRCULATION

Parking Garage Entry
Primary Streets
Funicular Railway
Future Monorail
Monorail Stop


LAND USE PLAN

Residential
Education
Hotel/Convention
Religious
Medical
Cultural
Retail


DEVELOPMENT PHASING PLAN
Our redevelopment masterplan proposes an incremental phasing strategy that maximizes elasticity and flexibility and allows for a logical and organic development of the site.


PROGRAM BREAKDOWN
Residential Development: The residential component of our scheme occupies the northern end of the site and employs three primary housing typologies: The Ribbon, The Tower, and The Courtyard.






RESIDENTIAL UNITS
1- RESIDENTIAL RIBBON
4 Levels / 5,900 sm per level / 130 units / 185 sm avg.
2- RESIDENTIAL RIBBON
5 Levels / 9,900 sm per level / 275 units / 185 sm avg.
3- RESIDENTIAL TOWER
35 Levels / 8 units per level / 280 units / 185 sm avg.
4- INTEGRATED COMMERCIAL COMPONENT
590 Gross sm at ground level




RESIDENTIAL UNITS
1- RESIDENTIAL RIBBON
4 Levels / 17,200 sm per level / 365 units / 185 sm avg.
2- RESIDENTIAL RIBBON
5 Levels / 16,000 sm per level / 435 units / 185 sm avg.
3- RESIDENTIAL TOWER
35 Levels / 8 units per level / 280 units / 185 sm avg.
4- INTEGRATED COMMERCIAL COMPONENT
590 Gross sm at ground level.




RESIDENTIAL UNITS
1- RESIDENTIAL RIBBON
6 Levels / 12,460 sm per level / 414 units / 185 sm avg.
2- RESIDENTIAL RIBBON
5 Levels / 3,800 sm per level / 105 units / 185 sm avg.
3- RESIDENTIAL TOWER
35 Levels / 8 units per level / 280 units / 185 sm avg.
4- INTEGRATED COMMERCIAL COMPONENT
590 Gross sm at ground level.
5- RESIDENTIAL RIBBON
2 Levels / 16,000 sm per level / 435 units / 185 sm avg.




RESIDENTIAL UNITS
1- COURTYARD RESIDENTIAL
3 Levels / 12 units each / 153 units / 280 sm avg.




COMMERCIAL / CULTURAL
1- SHOPPING MALL 5- MOSQUE
3-5 Levels / 130,000 sm net area. 1,400 sm on periphery of park.
2- SHOPPING MALL 6- MEDICAL SPACE
2-4 Levels / 110, 000 sm net area. 9,290 sm at edge of commercial.
3- OFFICE PLAZA 7- POWER PLANT
Public plaza and connector. Below planted roof near porr exchange.
4- LANDSCAPED ROOF 8- COMMERCIAL/OFFICE SPACE
Extension of public park space. 2 Levels / 8,000 sm total area.




CULTURAL / CONVENTION
1- 600-SEAT PHILHARONIC HALL IN THE PARK
5,600 sm gross area.
2- 2000 SEAT PLENARY CONVENTION CENTER
2 Levels 37,200 sm total gross area.
3- LANDSCAPED ROOF PLANE




COMMERCIAL / HOTEL
1- BOUTIQUE / ICONIC RESTAURANT AND HOTEL
30 Hotel rooms.
2- CABINS, COMPONENT OF BOUTIQUE HOTEL
72 Room cabins / 14 cabin rooms total.
3- HOTEL
1000 Rooms.
4- HOTEL
1000 Rooms connected to convention.




OFFICE
1- LANDSCAPED INTERMEDIATE OFFICE PLAZA
2- OFFICE BUILDING
40 Levels / 1,580 sm avg Floor area.
3- OFFICE BUILDING
44 Levels / 1,580 sm avg Floor area.
4- OFFICE BUILDING
35 Levels / 1,580 sm avg Floor area.




EDUCATION
1- GOVERNMENT PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS
17,200 sm gross area / 7-acre land area.
2- INDOORS SPORTS HALL
1,400 sm.
3- EXTERIOR PLAYING FIELD
Regulation size soccer field.


MEDIUM-DENSITY ALTERNATE SCHEME


HIGH-DENSITY ALTERNATE SCHEME


Aerial Perspective Looking Southwest


Aerial Perspective Looking Northeast


Section Looking South

http://www.atsa.com.my/enews_nov-dec04.htm
http://www.morphosis.net
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Old June 25th, 2007, 10:05 AM   #31
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CRAZY, AMBITIOUS PENANG DEVELOPMENT

6. ASYMPTOTE / PAKATAN REKA ARKITEK Penang Turf Club Redevelopment Plan


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Old June 25th, 2007, 10:08 AM   #32
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MUTIARA COMPLEX PENANG by ASYMPTOTE HANI RASHID - one of the bids for the Redevelopment of Penang Turf Club

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Old June 25th, 2007, 11:20 AM   #33
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who won this design competition? I can say that this is so far the best designed/planning for a new township in Malaysia. The last thing that excites me was Vivo City in Singapore.
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Old June 25th, 2007, 03:56 PM   #34
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Thats a pretty big condo boom going there, lovely projects too.
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Old June 26th, 2007, 03:08 PM   #35
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Penang Times Square and East West Tower and Mall are different projects!!

This is Penang Times Square while East West Tower and Mall is not going to be built
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Penang International Equestrian Centre

http://www.thestar.com.my/archives/2...north/turf.jpg

ULTRA MODERN:An artist's impression of the new
Penang International Equestrian Centre at Batu Kawan.


The new turf club (Penang International Equestrian Centre) will be in Batu Kawan in the mainland and will look like this:

http://img127.exs.cx/img127/7566/kawan6kk.jpg

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this is not the site of the new Equestrian Centre but the redevelopment posted above.

the new Equestrian Centre will be in Batu Kawan on the mainland
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"the said Municipality of George Town shall on the First Day of January in the Year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty seven and forever thereafter be a city and shall be called and styled the CITY OF GEORGE TOWN instead of the Municipality of George Town and shall thenceforth have all such rank, liberties, privileges and immunities as are incident to a city." - Queen Elizabeth II
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Old June 27th, 2007, 05:33 AM   #37
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Well...Now I get it all..Thanx!
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who won this design competition? I can say that this is so far the best designed/planning for a new township in Malaysia. The last thing that excites me was Vivo City in Singapore.
the OMA & Chee Ang Architect team won the competition. but this is not announced in the media. so what you guys are seeing right now is top secret ha ha... (actually the news about the redevelopment is already there since 2004)

those interested about the project look here: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=250384
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"the said Municipality of George Town shall on the First Day of January in the Year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty seven and forever thereafter be a city and shall be called and styled the CITY OF GEORGE TOWN instead of the Municipality of George Town and shall thenceforth have all such rank, liberties, privileges and immunities as are incident to a city." - Queen Elizabeth II
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Old June 27th, 2007, 10:53 PM   #39
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