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Putrajaya is a small city between Kuala Lumpur and KLIA, a garden city with attention-grabbing variety of colossal architecture, modern bridges, and even hot air balloons soaring into the city’s pastel sky. Putrajaya is Malaysia’s third and latest Federal Territory

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Malaysia9 Putrajaya3

  1. 1. With a population of over 30 million, Malaysia is the world's 44th most populous country. Kuala Lumpur is the national capital and largest city, the cultural, financial, and economic centre of Malaysia. 99 Located 36 km or about 45 minutes drive south of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya is situated within the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC), beside the also newly developed Cyberjaya. Built on an expansive marshland and former oil palm estate in Selangor, Putrajaya takes over the administrative functions of the capital city Kuala Lumpur. The vast man-made Putrajaya Lake is the city’s central feature, with its blue watery expanse reaching across the different precincts. Spread about Putrajaya are various landmarks of interest for visitors to see and marvel. These include the Millennium Monument, the futuristic-looking structure which resembles a rocket poised for launch monument is 68m tall that is constructed of solid metal structures.
  2. 2. The overall design is based on an abstract of the Bunga Raya (the hibiscus), the national flower. Built as a timeline it denotes important periods and milestones in the nation's history - from the Malacca sultanate, through independence, and to the present day
  3. 3. A series of engraved glass panels trace important milestones in Malaysia's history. Each panel relates to a year in history and there is information on the key event which occurred that year together with an illustration
  4. 4. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the national flower of Malaysia, called Bunga Raya in Malay. Introduced into the Malay Peninsula in the 12th century, it was nominated as the national flower in the year 1958 by the Ministry of Agriculture The word bunga in Malay means "flower", while raya in Malay means "celebratory" or "grand".
  5. 5. Built in the shape of the national flower- the hibiscus, it is 68 meters tall and is located in the Precinct 2 park of Putrajaya. The red of the petals symbolizes the courage, life, and rapid growth of the Malaysian, and the five petals represent the five Rukun Negara ("National Principles") of Malaysia
  6. 6. The flower can be found imprinted on the notes and coins of the Malaysian ringgit The solid metal monument was also designed by world famous architect, Dr. Ken Yeang to usher in the new millennium but for some reason, it was officially opened to the public in 2005
  7. 7. Ministry of Tourism and Culture
  8. 8. Ministry of Tourism and Culture
  9. 9. Iron Mosque & Islamic Development Department Complex
  10. 10. The Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque, or Iron Mosque is the second principal mosque in Putrajaya, after Putra Mosque. It is located in Putrajaya's Precinct 3, opposite the Palace of Justice. Construction began since April 2004 and was fully completed on August 2009 (officially opened on 11 June 2010)
  11. 11. The Millennium Monument, Iron Mosque and Seri Saujana Bridge
  12. 12. For some of the best views and sightseeing that offers a different perspective would be to take a lake cruise around Putrajaya
  13. 13. The jetty located underneath Putra Bridge, next to the Souq area (souvenir shops and restaurants) alongside Putra Mosque and Dataran Putra
  14. 14. Iron Mosque The Millennium Monument The "Iron Mosque" features a district cooling system, and fans or an air conditioning system. The mosque employs "architectural wire mesh" imported from Germany and China, which is also constructed at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris. The mosque was built to cater to approximately 24,000 residents including the government servants working around the city center as well as areas within Precincts 2, 3, 4 and 18. Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque's area is twice that of Putra Mosque, which is located 2.2 kilometres north
  15. 15. Iron Mosque
  16. 16. Iron Mosque
  17. 17. The Millennium Monument and Iron Mosque
  18. 18. The main entrance is strengthened with glass reinforced concrete to increase the integrity of the structure and uses fine glass to create an illusion of a white mosque from afar.
  19. 19. The path towards the mosque crosses a skyway known as the Kiblat Walk which stretches an area of 13,639 m². This skyway contains landscaping adapted from the ancient castles of Alhambra
  20. 20. Malaysian Islamic Development Department Complex
  21. 21. Malaysian Islamic Development Department Complex
  22. 22. MalaysianIslamicDevelopmentDepartmentComplex
  23. 23. Malaysian Islamic Development Department Complex
  24. 24. Monorel Putrajaya is an incomplete monorail system
  25. 25. Monorel Putrajaya is an incomplete monorail system
  26. 26. The Seri Gemilang Bridge and Government ministry buildings
  27. 27. Malaysia Attorney Generals Chambers
  28. 28. Malaysia Attorney Generals Chambers and Government ministry buildings
  29. 29. Malaysia Ministry of Rural and Regional Development
  30. 30. MalaysiaMinistryofCommunicationandMultimedia MalaysiaMinistryofWomenFamilyandCommunity
  31. 31. Malaysia Ministry of Urban Wellbeing Housing and Local Government
  32. 32. Seri Gemilang Bridge and Ministry of Women Family and Community
  33. 33. Completed in 2009 and named after its structural form, the Diamond Building in Putrajaya is the headquarters of the Energy Commission. The building's design approach focuses on energy efficiency, water efficiency, optimum indoor environment quality and environmental protection. Indeed, the eight storey building's energy efficient qualities led to it being awarded top prize at the ASEAN energy Awards in 2012. The award is presented by the ASEAN Centre for Energy TheMinistryofWater,LandandNaturalResourcesfrontview
  34. 34. Every design feature of the building has a sound purpose, from its shape to its orientation. According to the building's specifications, the Diamond Building is oriented in accordance with the solar path (the rising and the setting—of the sun) to minimise the sun's glaring rays. The tilting façade of the building is angled at 250 outwards to create a self shading feature that helps prevent direct sunlight from entering it. "The office's diamond or inverted pyramid like profile creates a smaller building footprint, thus enabling landscaping to take place," shares head of administration and facilities management Hamidah Abdul Rashid. She also notes that the sunken garden area located at the basement serves as a void space, which provides natural ventilation to the parking area at the basement level.
  35. 35. The building also has 874 photovoltaic panels situated on the roof to help reduce energy usage by 65 per cent. "Lighting throughout the building is both natural and artificial but most of the indoor workstations are lit by the light that comes in through the dome skylight (the top part of the atrium)," she says, adding that no blackout type partitions are used to make sure that natural light hits every desk. Other key green features of the building include its water efficient system and radiant cooling system. "Rainwater is harvested and used for toilet flushing and grey water collected from the wash basins is also recycled to irrigate the building's mini wetland on the ground floor," says Hamidah
  36. 36. Annual savings stand at 63 per cent for electricity usage and 65 per cent for water usage while carbon emissions have been reduced by 72 per cent. Statistics indicate that the building's efficiency helped the Energy Commission save RM 924,ooo between 2013 and 2015. "While the initial capital outlay to construct a green building may be staggering, ecofriendly business solutions can be big on savings," says Hamidah.
  37. 37. Pesiaran Perdana (Putrajaya Boulevard)
  38. 38. Ministry of Finance building
  39. 39. Ministry of Finance building
  40. 40. Ministry of Finance building
  41. 41. Ministry of Home Affairs
  42. 42. Ministry of Agriculture and Agro based Industries
  43. 43. Pesiaran Perdana (Putrajaya Boulevard), Ministry of Health building
  44. 44. PutrajayaBoulevard,MinistryofHealthbuilding
  45. 45. Putrajaya Corp or Perbadanan Putrajaya is the local authority for the Federal Territory of Putrajaya
  46. 46. Corp or Perbadanan Putrajaya is the local authority for the Federal Territory of Putrajaya
  47. 47. Located in Precint 3 Putrajaya, the complex consists of Conference Building, Auditorium and Office Blocks. (Year completed: October 2004) The main attraction of this complex is the stainless steel arch or 'gerbang' which acts as a gateway to the Qiblat Walk which connects the complex to the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque which can be seen in the foreground
  48. 48. The architectural concept design was undertaken by Zaini Dubuz Richez, a Malaysian / French consortium based in Paris. An important architectural feature of this project is the screen wall. It consists of a series of five storey, free-standing vertical posts and beams which visually links four separate building structures. The vertical elements were intentionally designed in various sizes and profiles to reflect the rhythms of traditional Malay weaving. The entire screen wall was constructed in pristine white Artstone, which is lightly acid- etched appearing like polished white Carrara marble
  49. 49. The Palace of Justice houses the Malaysian Court of Appeal and Federal Court, which moved to Putrajaya from the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur in the early 2000. The Palace of Justice's design incorporates influences of Classical Islamic culture like Taj Mahal in India, Moorish culture, like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur and Western Classical influence, like Palladian
  50. 50. The Palace of Justice's design incorporates influences of Classical Islamic culture like Taj Mahal in India, Moorish culture, like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur and Western Classical influence, like Palladian
  51. 51. Wisma Putra is a metonym for the Malaysian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  52. 52. Putrajaya Legal Affairs Building BHEUU Putrajaya Boulevard - One of the new buildings
  53. 53. PutrajayaLegalAffairsBuildingBHEUU
  54. 54. Putrajaya Legal Affairs Building - detail
  55. 55. The Putrajaya Information Centre for those who are lost or have any inquiries
  56. 56. The Putrajaya Information Centre
  57. 57. The Putrajaya Project for the residential waterfront Studio Manfredi Nicoletti
  58. 58. Text: Internet Pictures: Internet Elena Duțică All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda Sound: Malay Traditional Song - Nyiru; Zapin Budi 2019

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