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Point 92
Petaling Jaya, Selangor





1. Developer : Tujuan Gemilang Sdn Bhd
2. Development Type : Grade A Corporate Office Tower
3. Location Just off the main entrance to Damansara Perdana, Petaling Jaya (close to Mutiara Damansara, Bandar Utama and TTDI); Near to IKEA, The Curve, Tesco and 1Utama; 12 km to KL City Centre; 4 km to Mont’ Kiara
4. Accessibility : Via LDP / Sprint Expressway / NKVE / North-South Expressway
5. Land Size : 0.92 acre (40,075 sq ft.)
6. No of Storey : Office: 11 levels
Lobby: 1 level
Carparks: 7 levels
Total: 19 levels
7. Gross Floor Area(GFA) : Approx. 214,199.40 sq. ft.
8. Net Floor Area (NFA) : Approx. 158,992.64 sq. ft.
9. Typical Floor Area : 14,855 sq. ft. net
10. Available for Sale : Enbloc
11. Naming Rights : Yes
12. Underfloor Trunking : Yes
13. Floor to Floor Ceiling Height : 4.0m (3.2m to 3.4m floor to ceiling)
14. No. of Lifts : 4 office lifts + 2 carpark lifts
15. Total No. of Carpark Bays : 394 + 95 motorcycles parking
16. Parking Allocation : 1 : 500 + 20% visitors





 

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Point 92
The simple 11 storey high skin of point92 is shown here made from small panels of three different materials; wood, glass and cement boards are arranged randomly on a metallic frame. The total facade area of 8,000 sqm will be articulated with multi-storey atriums and high ceilinged voids and vast balconies beyond this layer of glass and wood. Estimated cost is around USD 100 per m2.
> http://zlgdesign.blogspot.com/search/label/point92

 

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Sustainability is knowing when to stop. There’s a social responsibility to make things simpler. If we can capture that essential emotion at the core of the programme, in that moment, in that space, we will be able to shear away so muchsuperfluous mass, and realise how little is in fact needed to make architecture.

Point 92 is a new mould, developed in terms of its iconic functionality as well as its premium as an prestige and custom
designed office development unlike any other precedent built-form. It will redefine and give the workplace a new meaning.
Architecture and landscape will come together to give this workplace a completely new experience.

The arrival experience is one walking through landscape design with selected lemon grass species and selected countryside plants, it is then linked from the drop off point to lift lobbies that rise directly into the offices.

"Our work revolves around ideas and concepts that go beyond predefined architectural pursuits or entities and engaging with the human experience"
 

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Kuala Lumpurs Latest Eco Block



Remember Star Wars and how the midget-like Jawas moved across the sands of Tattooine in a rather large and blocky vehicle?

Well Petaling Jaya in Malaysia, a satellite town of Kuala Lumpur is about to get something that looks rather similar, at least in silhouette form thanks to the fact the architect has sliced off corners creating a lumbering shape that is just lacking caterpillar tracks.

Developer Tujuan Gemilang Sdn Bhd has hired architect firm ZLG Design Sdn Bhd to design the largely office building called Point 92 on a key arterial traffic route barely a stone throw from the PJ Trade Centre Site.

It will offer 14,470 square metres of office space in 11 levels with a lobby separating the office component from 7 storeys of car parks that will have space for 394 cars and 95 motorbikes.

The main portion of the building stands above this multi-storey car park that has its concrete structure shrouded with a large amount of greenery giving it the impression it stands atop a huge grass podium.

Above is lobby that is clad in recessed transparent glass behind a series of perimeter columns. The office section that will be clad in vertically patterned full height glass with extremely generous amounts floor to ceiling measurements to 3.2 to 3.4 per level, something that should create an airy work environment.

Offering breakout space and sky gardens are a series of voids cutting through the body of the building with strong structural columns that have allowed the architect to design spaces that would not otherwise stand up turning the atrium into a mixture of continuous vertical and horizontal spaces. As well as providing attractive spaces for the occupiers to enjoy this will also help ventilate the centre of the building naturally.
 

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Point 92 Grade A Office
http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/property/4537-bold-look-for-pj-trade-centre.html

TGSB is definitely not resting on its laurels after PJ Trade Centre. Ahmad Khalif and Chan are focusing on their second Grade A office project — Point 92. The name is apt, as the leasehold plot is exactly 0.92 acre in size. It is located beside PJ Trade Centre (see location map).

In a briefing by architect Huat Lim of ZLG Sdn Bhd during the site visit to PJ Trade Centre, Point 92 looks set to be another landmark in the area.

The exterior façade will feature panels of glass in white, frosted finish and clear glazing, arranged randomly with an elevated garden. Lim says an office building should not look like an office, and it should not have an expiry date. He adds that the focus for Point 92 is on sustainability.

“Point 92 may be different from PJ Trade Centre. But the basic philosophy remains the same — to create a working environment to enhance productivity and creativity,” says Chan.

Point 92 comprises 19 levels — 11 levels are for offices, seven for car parks and one for the lobby, with a total net area of 159,000 sq ft. Similar to PJ Trade Centre, it is just off the main entrance to Damansara Perdana and accessible via SPRINT Expressway, Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong and North Klang Valley Expressway. The landowner of Point 92 is Puncak Kukuh Sdn Bhd.

Chan says TGSB is looking to rent or sell Point 92, which has a gross development value of RM95 million. Construction is expected to begin in 2H2009. “The selling price is RM600 psf and we aim to sell it en bloc to a multinational or a government-linked company. We target to sell it by 2H2009,” he adds.

Point 92 is scheduled for completion in December 2011. With its focus now on Point 92, Chan says TGSB will continue to look out for land and come up with unique and different products. “We will continue to challenge ourselves. We believe it is risky to be the same as everybody else,” he adds.
 
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