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  • 1. sl LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTHURE FIRM
  • 2. CREATELIFE ART PROFESSION ’’ ‘‘
  • 3. CONTENT 2 3 1 4 5 6 COMPANY INTRODUCTION SERVICES COMPANY ORGANISATION CHAIRMAN BIOGRAPHY FORMATION COMPANY PROJECTS 7 8 FINANCIAL INFORMATIONS BUILDING & PROCESS 9 REFRENCES
  • 4. COMPANY SL Landscape Architecture Firm provides creative and functional design solutions for every major type of open space development . Established in 2000, SL Landscape Architecture Firm creates outdoor environments that engage users and specializes in integrating the disciplines of art, architecture, and landscape. The company is sharply focused on the constructability of our designs. The company combines a passion for plant materials and for the history of landscape architecture to create designs that evolve from a site’s cultural and physical environment. Spatial organization is created by focusing on the movement of people through a place, how a series of spaces is connected, how objects and materials frame and form the proportions of a project. The company collaborated extensively with others and have an excellent track record of working successfully with public agencies, non-profit boards, and private concerns, as well as architects, engineers, and land planners. The company’s projects have been recognized locally and nationally for sustainable design and awards from the Malaysian Landscape Architecture Award (MLAA), WAF landscape architecture award and other organizations. MISSION To fulfil the vision of beautiful, enjoyable and functional outdoor spaces for people. We strive to achieve this mission through the careful selection of plants, urban design and creative applications, coupled with expert design and customized service. VISION To improve the public understanding of the profession of SL Landscape Architecture Firm and be one of the well-known international company in 2015. ABOUT US
  • 5. OUR Landscape Architecture 1.Site Planning 2.Concept Design 3.Schematic Design 4.Design Development 5.Construction Documentation 6.Construction Observation Planning 1.Master Plans 2.Land Use Plans 3.Site Plans 4.Site Analysis and Selection 5.Design Guidelines 6.Development Strategies 7.Government Approvals Urban Design 1.Urban Planning 2.Urban Land Use Studies 3.Urban Landscape Design 4.Urban Redevelopment 5.Design Guidelines
  • 6. COMPANY Chairman Miss Shirley Liew CEO Miss Shirley Liew Associates Consultants 1. Planning Advisory Group 2. Landscape Architecture Assistant Miss Chan Pin Qi Business Partner (Landscape Technical Matters) Mr. Pei Ker Neng Senior Landscape Technical Director Mr. Johnson Lim Corporate Finance Mr. Goh Jhien Jieh Accounts Officers Assets Officers Landscape Techical Director Miss Lim Hui Sim Landscape Architects Administration Officers Human Resources Officers Operations Officers
  • 7. CHAIRMAN Shirley has been thriving in the design build field for thirteen years in the Malaysia and Singapore areas. As a landscape architect, she creates landscapes by bringing out a property’s full potential in the most sophisticated, stylish and original way possible. Phone: (+60) 16-8497375 Address: Lot2-A,Block J,Petaling Street,47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor E-mail: shirleylandscape@gmail.com Website: www.shirleylandscape.com Date of Birth: 1st January 1995 Nationality: Malaysia Race: Chinese
  • 8. Bachelor of Architecture Taylor’s University of Malaysia Master's degree in History & Theory of Design SL Landscape Architecture Firm 1997 2000 1994 Shirley studied Foundation of natural and built environment for 1 year before she continued her studies to Bachelor of Architecture in 1993. She then got the scholarship from the Malaysia’s government and decided to study her Master’s Degree in Australia. She had lectured in the University of Australia for 1 year after she finished her Master . After that, she came back to Malaysia and established her own company in 2000. She was selected as an Emerging Voice for Malaysia by the Malaysian Landscape Architecture, and her firm’s projects have garnered honours from many of the organizations .
  • 9. COMPANY Project Name Elmina East Township Project Type Commercial Description This project is to create a sustainable landscape layout for the overall township and is one kind of the urban development. Project Name Symphony Hills, CyberJaya Project Type Residential Description This project is to create a nest for all to live,breed and sustain. The spaces are connected by paths and green linkages to create an ecologically healthy place to live in.
  • 10. COMPANY Project Name Hanging-Garden, Singapore Project Type Commercial Description This project is located within the prime Singapore Central Business District,it is originally designed to be environmentally responsive with floors receding inwards with each lower floor. Project Name Bishan Park, Singapore Project Type Residential Description This project is a symbolic gesture and a functional requirement for the remediation of that situation.
  • 11. CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION
  • 12. SL Landscape Architecture Firm Scope of Registration : Lot2-A, Block J,Petaling Street,47300 Petaling Jaya,Selangor Certificate of Registration NSF International Strategic Registrations 789 North Dixboro, Ann Arbor. Michigan 48105. (888)NSF-9000 l www.nsf-isr.org This certifies that the Quality Management System of has been assessed by NSF-ISR and found to be in conformance to the following standard(s): ISO 7561 : 2000 Landscape Architect Certificate number: IY481-IS6 Certification Date: 28-FEB-2003 Registration Date: 13-FEB-2000 Expiration Date: 13-FEB-2016 William Niedzwieeki, President & General Manager, NSF-ISR, Ltd.
  • 13. FINANCIAL INFORMATION
  • 14. SL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FIRM Registration Company Number AA0228763-B Authorized Capital RM700,000 Paid Up capital RM100,000 Registered Bank CIMB Bank Chairman Shirley Liew Qiao Li Assistant Chan Pin Qi
  • 15. Form 49 Company No. AA0228763-B RETURN GIVING PARTICULARS IN REGISTER OF DIRECTORS, MANAGERS AND SECRETARIES AND CHANGES OF PARTICULARS SL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DIRECTORS* FULL NAME NATIONALITY DATE OF BIRTH RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS BUSINESS OCCUPATIO N NATURE OF APPOINTMENT IDENTITY CARD SHIRLEY LIEW QIAO LI MALAYSIAN 01/01/ 1995 NO33,TMN RIDGEVIEW ,PHASE ,88200 KOTA KINABALU, SABAH COMPANY DIRECTOR NO CHANGE 950101125240 LEONG JIA XIN MALAYSIAN 21/7/ 1995 NO33,Jalan Gunung 25,Bandar Seri Alam,81750 Masai,Johor COMPANY DIRECTOR NO CHANGE 950721016432 JOHN LEE MALAYSIAN 31/3/ 1995 NO.21,TMN KOLOMBO,8500, KOTA KINABALU, SABAH COMPANY DIRECTOR NO CHANGE 953103125381
  • 16. Office in Company Full Name Nationality Residential Address Other Occupatio n (if any) Nature of Appointment or change and Relevant Date # Identity Card No. / Passport No. Consultant and Project Management Office Solution Andrew Wong Jiu Rei Malaysian 7-A, Part of Green Condo, 56799 Subang Jaya, Selangor. Chairman of the Board NIL 910428-14-5607 MANAGERS AND SECRETARIES* Dated this .11th. day of June 2000 ------------------------------------- Signature of Shirley Liew Qiao Li
  • 17. (2) Shares allotted Details of Shares Preference Ordinary Other kinds (Specify class) 1. For cash consideration: (a) Number of shares .................... (b) Nominal amount of each share.................... RM (c) Amount (if any) paid on each share ....................RM (d) Amount (if any) due and payable on each share .................... RM (e) Amount of premium paid or payable on each share .................... RM 2. For consideration other than cash: (a) Number of shares .................... (b) Nominal amount of each share .................... RM (c) Amount to be treated as paid on each of the shares so allotted .................... RM (d) Amount of premium treated as paid up on each share .................... RM (3)(e) The consideration for which the shares have been so alloted is as follows: NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL 10000 1.00 1.00 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL Form 24 Company No. AA0228763-B RETURN OF ALLOTMENT OF SHARES SL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FIRM The shares referred to in this return were allotted *on the 24th day of June 2000.
  • 18. Full Name and Address ()Nationality (I/C No. / Passport NO . Number of Shares Allotted Preference Ordinary Other Kinds Cash OtherwiseCash Otherw ise Cash Other -wise Shirley Liew Qiao Li Lot2-A,Block J,Petaling Street,47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Malaysian 950101-12- 5240 NIL NIL 10000 0 NIL NIL NIL Chan Pin Qi 8, Lorong Damai, Taman Damasara, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Malaysian 930202-10- 6420 NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL 3. (4) Particulars of allotters of the shares so allotted and the number and classes of shares allotted to them are as follows: Dated this ..9th.. day of June 2001. Chairman Shirley Liew Qiao Li Assistant Chan Pin Qi
  • 19. PROCESS BUILDING AND
  • 20. LANDSCAPE DESIGN Review all pertinent codes, current entitlements, and conditions of approval, which may impact the site development concepts. Prepare a Conceptual Design Plan, including illustrative sections and elevations for presentation purposes. Prepare image character boards or bound booklets in order to generate discussion and to convey the landscape design intent. Attend meetings with the Client and other consultants to review the work. Upon approval of a site plan by the Client and based upon the building footprint provided by the architect, landscape architect will prepare Schematic Design Plans. Conceptual site grading and drainage for all areas outside the buildings including contouring of the land, landscape berms, walls, swales and drainage in hardscape areas. Pedestrian and automobile paved areas with proposed materials and patterns. Landscape Plan with identification of tree, shrub, groundcover, and turf areas (but not specific types and quantities). Conceptual landscape lighting for all major landscape areas on the property. The Project Manager and Project Designer will attend project meetings with the Client. ‘Processes and Services ’
  • 21. Upon approval by the Client of the schematic design and probable site construction cost, landscape architect will proceed with the preparation of Design Development drawings. Develop plans, cross sections and elevations for pedestrian and special vehicular pavements, entries, site furnishings and other site elements that are a part of the proposed landscape development and not a part of building structures. Site grading and drainage for all areas outside the building footprints including contouring, retaining structures, swales, flow lines and drainage devices. Design planting for all landscape areas which will show planting composition, plant species, locations and sizes of major planting features. Special attention will be given to ensure that views, solar orientation, erosion control, and snow storage are accommodated in the solution. Prepare outline specifications for the above-described landscape elements of the project. Based on the Client’s approval of Construction Documents and of the latest opinion of probable construction cost. This work shall occur in the period prior to awarding a construction contract and after the completion of Construction Documents. Assist the Client in pre-qualifying contractors for work designed by Consultant. A list of approved contractors for the disciplines utilized will be submitted to the Client prior to issuing Bid Documents. Issue Bid Documents as an integral package with the Architectural Construction Documents. Participate in one (1) Pre-Bid conference with bidders for work designed by Consultant or in conjunction with the Architectural Work. Review substitutions and alternatives as requested by the bidders and make recommendations to same. Attend meetings with the low bidders on items designed by Consultant to review bids and understanding of the project scope. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘Processes and Services ’
  • 22. Landscape architect will make periodic visits to the site to become familiar with the progress and quality of construction and to determine if the construction of the landscape work is proceeding in accordance with the design intent and contract documents. Attend construction meetings with Contractor and his subcontractors as part of the site visit schedule. Select and tag plant materials for conformance to specifications at place of growth. Observe layout and installation of irrigation systems and specified coverage tests. Observe location and quality of plant material and landscape grading. Conduct a substantial completion punch list. Landscape architect provides a program for professional landscape maintenance 1. Maintenance specifications prepare illustrations and technical specifications for use as a bidding and contract document for landscape maintenance. 2.Maintenance Evaluations & Recommendations Evaluate the landscape maintenance bids and advise the Client. Perform a landscape maintenance walk-through with the selected maintenance contractor prior to beginning maintenance work. During side visits, evaluate and recommend appropriate maintenance practices. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘Processes and Services ’
  • 23. Unity attracts and holds attention. It organizes view into orderly groups with emphasis. Unity can be achieved by consistently using elements with similar characteristics in the design such as plants with similar height, size, texture, and colour. Good structure in the overall design, combined with hard landscape such as the similar shape of stones, that meets the needs for service and enjoyment. Man-made balance often is geometrical and symmetrical, while natural balance is often asymmetrical. Balance can be used to avoid monotony and to create interest in the landscape design. Formal Balance repeats the same left and right, giving stability, stateliness, and dignity. Informal Balance achieved with a mass planting of shrubs or a tree on one side LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ Design Development’
  • 24. Line is a powerful design element that define rooms and connect people to the landscape. The sight of viewer is unconsciously influenced by the arrangement of plants and borders. Wavy or curved line has a more natural, gentle, flowing effect. A curved line tends to be more smooth and free flowing and create a more relaxed, natural movement for a more relaxed landscape effect Straight line gives a more forceful, direct, and structured feel to the area. It direct the eye right to the next focus. Texture changes with distance. Close-up texture comes from the size and shape of leaves, twigs and branches. At a distance, texture comes from the mass and play of light. The characteristics of texture divide plants into three basic groups: coarse, medium and fine. Texture can be used to affect the sense of scale. Example : A fine-textured plant used near the viewer with a coarse-textured plant farther away gives a subtle sense of decreased distance. It makes the property or structure seem smaller. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ Design Development’
  • 25. Colour is powerful in creating mood and feeling. By using adjacent colours,they can provide unity. Colors should complement each other and use similar hues together. Form refers to the silhouette or outline of the plant.The form and its relative size and relationship to other elements in the landscape is a primary design consideration. Example : Rounded forms are most common in plant materials. They allow for easy eye movement and create a pleasant undulation that leads itself to plant groupings. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ Design Development’
  • 26. Sequence is used to direct the eye smoothly to a desired focal point. It includes a gradual change in the form, color, texture, or size of the landscape. Sequence with Texture Change leaf size of adjacent different types of plants by at least one-half. Use more of the finer textured plant. Sequence in with Colour Texture becomes finer with distance. In a distant corner, place finer textures in the corner, sequencing to coarser textures on the arms. In colour sequence, select which colour will dominate (darkest or purest colour) and use proportionally more of the other colours as it works out. In colour contrasts, use one-third one colour and two- thirds the complementary colour. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ Design Development’
  • 27. Scale refers to the way in which objects, like plants, people, or structures, relate to each other in size. The goal is to create a pleasing relationship among the three dimensions of length, width, and depth or height. Low scale is relaxing and calming. It is used in the home landscape to give a feeling of peace and relaxation. High scale promotes action. It is used around large buildings and in large spaces to fill the space. Rhythm doesn’t necessarily require literal repetition. An example of rhythm is the gradual change along a planting bed of warm colours and coarse textures to cooler colours and finer textures, and then back to warm and coarse. As different plants come into bloom and then recede, to be replaced by others, there will still be a satisfying sense of visual rhythm. ‘ Design Development’ LANDSCAPE DESIGN
  • 28. Simplicity is a degrees of repetition rather than constant change, creating unity. Variety is diversity and contrast in form, texture, and colour preventing monotony. Similar shapes and colours reinforce a theme. But certain focal points, by virtue of their interesting character, deserve major attention. Simplicity is gained with the shrub row repeating the same plant materials. Variety is added with the tree. Break plants up into groupings, maintaining some of the same plants in the groupings but adding other plants for variety. It adds a pleasing sense of tension between elements. Eye movement is directed towards a center of interest that takes a position of prominence in the landscape. Emphasis is achieved with the tree being dominant and the shrub grouping being subordinate. Emphasis is added by the red tree. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ Design Development’
  • 29. Landscape architect should give careful attention to the growing conditions and unique needs of certain plants before using them in the landscape design. - To reduce pesticide use, reduce maintenance efforts, like pruning; and encourage longer-living, better-looking plants. Factors To Consider: Cold hardiness or heat tolerance. Hardiness of a plant is usually divided into three categories: tender, half- hardy, and hardy. Tender plants are those killed by freezing temperatures, while hardy plants survive freezing. Light requirement. Without adequate sunlight, plants would not be able photosynthesize and no oxygen would be released into the atmosphere. Soil pH requirement Plants require more than just a usable carbon source for maintaining their structure and increasing their growth potential. Also, soil serves to stabilize plants and prevent them from falling over. Rate of growth and mature size. Fertilizers give plants an additional growth boost. Fertilizers are frequently applied to stimulate plant growth. Water Quality. The type of irrigation system available influences plant selection. The size of the irrigation system also dictates the maximum amount of water it delivers and must be considered when selecting plant material. Temperature Ranges. When temperatures are too low, many plants, especially tropicals, perform poorly. Alternatively, high temperatures limit the growth of many plants. Disease and Pest Interactions. If there is a limiting disease, or if a pest is present on a site, select plants that are disease and pest resistant. ‘ Selecting Plant’ LANDSCAPE DESIGN
  • 30. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ Selecting Plant’ Any of a variety of plants usually grown especially in a flower or herb garden. Plants are living organisms belonging to the kingdom Plantae. Plants include familiar organisms such as flowering plants, conifers, ferns, mosses, and green algae. Name - Dypsis Lutescens Family – Palmae Botanical - Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens Green(Leaves) Colour - Slender Gold (Stems) Height - 20-30 cm Hardiness - Usda Zone 9b – 11 Water Need – Medium Growing - Very Slow Name – Furcraea Family – Agavaceae Botanical - Furcraea Gigantia Medio Picta Colour - Greenish White Height - 120-150 cm Hardiness - Usda Zone 9a-11 Water Need – Medium Growing - SlowBlooming Name - Basket Of Gold Family – Brassicaceae Botanical - Aurinia Saxatilis Colour - Grey Green (Leaves) Yellow (Flowers) Height - 20-30 Cm Hardiness - Usda Zone 3-9 Water Need – Low Growing – Medium
  • 31. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ Selecting Plant’ Generally with elongated, flexible stem, which typically spreads horizontally along the ground. Creepers often provide an excellent ground cover for landscaping purposes, but some may be somewhat invasive in natural settings unless controlled. Name – Rangoon Family – Combretaceae Botanical - Quisqualis Indica Colour - Pink Red (Flowers), Herbaceous (Stem), Shiny/Glossy-Textured (Leaves) Height - 300-1200 (or more) cm Hardiness - Usda Zone 9-11 Water Need – Medium Growing - Fast Name - Variegated Creeping Family - MoraceaeBotanical Colour - White-Margined (Leaves) Height - 90-1500 cm Hardiness - Usda Zone 8-11 Water Need – Average Growing - Fast
  • 32. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ Selecting Plant’ Perennial woody plant. It most often has many secondary branches supported clear of the ground on a single main stem or trunk with clear apical dominance. Name - Norfolk Island Pine Family – Araucariaceae Botanical - Araucaria Heterophylla Colour - Dark Green (Leaves) Height - 5000-6500 Cm Hardiness - Usda Zone 10-11 Water Need – Low Growing - Fast Name - Asoka Tree Family - AnnonaceaeBotanical Colour - Green -White (Flowers), Green/Yellowish Green (Leaves) Height - 800-1200 cm Hardiness - Usda Zone 10-12 Water Need – Medium Growing - Average
  • 33. LANDSCAPE DESIGN ‘ On Going Project’ Project Name : The Garden Car Park Location : Taylor's University Lakeside Campus, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
  • 34. (+60)168497375 shirleylandscape@gmail.com www.shirleylandscape.com Lot2-A, Block J,Petaling Street, 47300 Petaling Jaya,Selangor.

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