- The W Group
- Year Of Completion
- Project Cost
- 28.6 mil.
- Land Area
- 13.92 acres
- Commercial Shoplots
A civic monument cum gallery in memory of the first Chief Minister of Sabah, Tun Fuad Stephens.
The main exhibition room is part of a circular curve, perfectly aligned to the 66 Memorial’s loci.
The louvres isolate the contemplative view along the exhibition corridor to the memorial, and stand steadfast as the gallery’s coupler.
Sutera Harbour Resort is believed to be the first fully integrated resort in Asia.
The uniqueness of the resort lies in its close proximity to the city centre which is only five minutes’ drive away and that the entire 155 hectares site is reclaimed from the sea.
The bulk of the fill material was sea sand dredged from navigational channels which the Department of Port and Harbour had intended to deepen and widen.
Work on the resort started with the construction of the 27-hole golf course in 1995, followed closely by the Marina, the Golf Clubhouse, the Yacht Clubhouse, the Business Hotel (Pacific Wing) and finally ending in 2000, with the completion of the Resort Hotel (Magellan Wing).
The Karambunai Peninsula is approximately 30 kilometres north of Kota Kinabalu.
Despite being so close to the city, the site has dense tropical rainforest on its hills flanked by white sandy beaches and a pristine saltwater lagoon.
By hinging the project’s success on the quality of its surroundings, the development naturally takes the
course of careful planning and implementation.
A 5 Star resort beach hotel and an 18–hole golf course was completed in 1999 with ongoing plans for expansion.
Signature Offices is part of the KK Times Square Masterplan driven to provide a sizable CBD for the premium market in the heart of Kota Kinabalu.
Each unit in the whole development is directly serviced by their own lifts for exclusivity and privacy reasons.
The central atrium is the focal microcosm from which the axial basis is derived for all eight mid–rise office blocks.
The design for Karamunsing Capital retail and office outlets redefines the traditional shophouse/commercial typology in the Southeast Asia region.