The principal architecture of Berjaya Central Park conveys a contemporary modern image. Visitors are greeted by a grand stone entrance portico, accentuated by louvered screens and glass showcases. The elegantly landscaped grand entrance foyer, complete with lush greenery and water features, balances the solid lines of the colonnade, and complements the development’s very desirable address in Kuala Lumpur.
The glass showcases light up at night and become a visual attraction among the surrounding dazzling nightlife. The contemporary design language continues vertically through the two towers with a sleek curtain-wall façade detailed by vertical fins. Building users will be delighted by the extensively landscaped podium roof deck, which includes swimming facilities for the serviced apartment residents.
Attention is paid to user comfort and environmental performance. Carbon dioxide level monitoring and variable air volume system in the tenanted spaces, and carbon monoxide level monitoring systems in the car parks ensure optimal ventilation. Energy saving measures include the use of double-glazing in the facade, and motion sensors in washrooms, car parks and some corridors. Testament to DPA’s emphasis on architecture that prioritises sustainability and well-being, Berjaya Central Park promises residents luxurious comfort within a modern, environmentally-sensitive setting.