Sunday, 15 June 2008

Pinggiran Bayou-Fiabci International Prix d’Excellence Award 2008 (best residential category)

Pinggiran Bayou is Leisure Farm pioneering series of gated houses in Johor & was recently award the prestigious Fiabci International Prix d’Excellence Award 2008 (best residential category) for developer, in an awards ceremony in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Phew, it took my breath away just to anounce that! .'>
Y.architects, the creative brains behind the village that comprises 213 cluster homes, including bungalows, semi-detached houses and courtyard villas, together with Ronn Yong, general manager of Mulpha International, the developer of Leisure Farm designed a cluster of tropical houses with each employing well tested techniques to screen the sun and rain while at the same time provide cross ventilation. Inspired by fishing village on the east coast of Malaysia, Marang Terengganu, the homes that follow the natural contours of the long & narrow 18-acre parkland is built on stilts overlooking a canal.
Pinggiran Bayou,The canal waterways

The canal waterways act as water catchment areas to collect surface run off and prevent soil erosion. The edges of the canals are reinforced with a shallow end, one metre wide, to create a safety bench.

Pinggiran Bayou,gated communityA gated community with 24-hours patrolled.

Pinggiran Bayou,SeraiSerai, the resident's club house has an infinity-edge swimming pool with outdoor cabanas.

Pinggiran Bayou,interior 1Modern tropical interior with large windows and deep overhangs allow cooling breezes to enter the homes.

Pinggiran Bayou, interior 2 Interior with subtle-tones.

Pinggiran Bayou,Deep cantilevered balconyDeep cantilevered balconies overlooking the canal.

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