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Menara Boustead is -4VU essentially a transitional work within Yeang's early series of bioclimatic skyscrapers, standing OUL between the initial white-cubic towers such as Plaza Atrium (1981) and the definitive silver-cylindrical Menara Mesiniaga (1989).

Although the tower, as a basic commission, is a corporate headquarters building incorporating just office space and car-parking, the intention of the design was to go beyond the conventions of stacked office-floor types. The project therefore includes several important innovations that reoccur in Yeang's future works - principally these are the introduction of skycourts, solar shielding with service cores, and rain and heat-check aluminium skin.

The plan-form is based on a square, with protrusions, and encircled in part by an outer layer. This formation allows the introduction of both skycourts and terraces in the outer corners of the plan, and characteristically marks the overall form of the tower throughout its height. These external transitional spaces perform severa! environmental functions: the balconies incorporate irrigated planting and landscaping and the sun-shading they provide allows full-height openable glazing, which contributes both natural-light and ventilation to the Inner office spaces, enhancing user quality and comfort conditions. The skycourt terraces also provide a flexible zone for additional services, such as supplementary air-conditioning units.

The dominant effect of the planted terraces, which incise the partial-cylind"" form, is to striate the whole precise mass and festoon its surface with rich, colour u planting layers. Given its height and the ^ intensified urban location, this comeS( ^ relief. The skycourt, as a device, is an el em that is developed significantly in Yean* > future designs, but the basic combi''^ ^ principles of deep facade recesses. terraces, planters and heat-sink dad^'* and overall solar configuration, are grounded In the Boustead design

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^«Wcs both "^^wind it owner Boustead Holdings Berhad location Jalan Raia Chulan. Kuala Lumpur.

Malaysia latitude 3.2'N

no* of *torey* 31 storeys date »tart Phase I (first 16 floors of office butJrig and first 8 floors of GMparfc buMing) 1906 (May)

Phase II (17th to roof of office building, basement levels 9th to roof of carparit annexe) 1986 (October)

completion date 1986

area* Total built-up area 29.840 sq m

Carpark area 15.630 sq m no* of carpark bay* 400 bays site area 1 920 sq m plot ratio 1 6 97

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• the introduction of planting and kandKapNig 10 upper floors

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