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Inspired by Islamic geometry and biomimicry, Kuala Lumpur’s tallest tower integrates seamlessly into the ‘Golden Triangle’ commercial hub.
The Tradewinds Square Tower will stand alongside the tallest buildings in the world, and it will proudly claim the title of tallest tower in Kuala Lumpur soaring over the neighbouring Petronas Towers and exceeding the height of the proposed Warisan Merdeka Tower.
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The design concept for New Tradewinds Square in Kuala Lumpur is born out of a multi-faceted approach, combining the beauty of Islamic geometric patterning and organics of biomimicry with the rigours of architectural function and integrated structural engineering.
Together, the adherence to these principles results in a design solution that combines a unique hybrid of form and function.
Our proposal presents a rigorously developed scheme that creates a powerful architectural destination while integrating seamlessly into the complex urban fabric of Kuala Lumpur. A reverence is held for the site’s architectural neighbours, while presenting an enduring and iconic addition to the City’s skyline.