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d5, concept design by Riken Yamamoto of Japan
A picturesque row of d5's charming pod-like structures wrapped in perforated screens.
Sky bridges link the 'pods'.
Sustainable initiatives flow from ground to rooftop.
Ground floor retail lots complemented by friendly greens.
Year: Coming soon
Type: Commercial (Retails & Offices)
Location: Sentul, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Challenging the norms of stereotypical office spaces, d5 in Kuala Lumpur’s Sentul East commercial precinct is a unique working platform upon which the worlds of creativity, art, design and aesthetic consciousness all come together stylishly while simultaneously pushing the boundaries of commercial and retail architecture. Conceptualised by Riken Yamamoto of Japan, the development is punctuated by six pod-like structures cleverly-wrapped in perforated screens and linked by sky bridges. Interspersed within these unique spaces are also pockets of nature, where clever landscaping helps bring a touch of the outdoors within, and allowing for maximum natural light to flood in. Beautiful rooftop gardens and decks also work to bring you that little bit closer to the heavens. Just as nature nurtures life, so does it too for work and inspiration.

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