Penta Quatro is the fourth in the series. Originally part of a semi-detached unit in Vasana, it has been substantially customised to become a Penta house. One of the motivations behind it was to show that open spaces do indeed work commercially and as such it is a hybrid experiment; a compromise between the common close-natured approach of the typical Asian terrace house and extreme open planning of the Pentago theory.
The existing building is orientated toward an untouched jungle on a slope, which contrasts with the picturesque view of the Petronas Twin Towers from the top floor. The main lounge extends into the infinity edge pool that is built above ground, and frames the tranquil view of the forest.
|Type of Development
|15,000 square feet
|Scope of Work
|Architecture, Landscape Architecture