Dubbed “in a garden where happiness lives”, Gamuda Gardens features five cascading lakes that are integrated into the central park with two waterfalls.
The highest number of unsold completed units came from Johor with 6,066 units, a 38.6% y-o-y increase from 4,736 units in the previous year. These unsold units are worth RM4.6 billion.
The 12th AYDA is themed “Forward: A Sustainable Future” and it aims to challenge the next generation of architects and interior designers to break the boundaries of current design concepts by immersing their creations with functional elements of social sustainability.
Seven factors of impact were considered: energy, air pollution, water pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, waste, forest and green spaces, and public transport.
Findings reveal that national guidelines are the preferred regulatory method for at least half of respondents.
The HOC-MAPEX for the Klang Valley region will be held at the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC) in Kuala Lumpur from April 26 to 28 (Friday-Sunday) from 10am to 9pm.