Pavilion Ceylon Hill - Particular Architects

Pavilion Ceylon Hill

Pavilion Ceylon Hill

Status:
Construction, Completion 2021

Construction Budget:
RM$ 600m

Client:
Pavilion Group

Location:
Bukit Ceylon, Kuala Lumpur

Program:
60 Storey, 629 Luxury Apartments

An Oasis in the city

Located on at the edge of the CBD, Pavilion Ceylon Hill is a residential enclave created to capture the richness and cultural heritage of the Bukit Ceylon reserve. Bringing together the energy of downtown Kuala Lumpur and its serene and tucked away locale, it has the best of both worlds at its doorstep - an address that is at once urban, part of the city, and at the same time effortlessly connected with its undulating, natural topography and lush surroundings. A private oasis in a busy city.
Two Addresses - Celebrating a harmonious Duality
The building has been carefully curated to reflect this duality (nature - city) and to harness the opportunities of the hilly topography on which it sits. It presents on two primary 'fronts' / sides, one facing Changkat Raja Chulan and the other opening up onto Jalan Bukit Ceylon, each with a distinctively different character and address.
Facing the city, the Changkat Raja Chulan frontage takes on an urban and civic character, rising as a refined crystalline form from its regal, stone appointed base into the sky. One arrives at the grand arrival porte cochere, through a generous plaza dotted with a formal array of trees. Flanked by boutique restaurants and outdoor dining areas, this arrival experience reinforces its city address and takes on a complimentary the character to the neighbouring Changkat Bukit Bintang walk.
Set on a intimately proportion street, lined with lush canopy trees, the Jalan Bukit Ceylon frontage stands in harmonious contrast to its city facing front. Manicured tea plantations and reflective water bodies, set against a rich backdrop of natural materials , greet residents as they arrive. The arrival experience takes on a deeply residential quality, affording a sense of other worldlyness and a restful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Creating Exclusivity 
Each floor plate is composed of three clusters of 5-8 residential units served by dedicated arrival lobbies and lifts. This careful composition breaks down the high-density nature of the building, providing a sense of exclusivity and privacy. 
All residences have been designed to maximise openness and to bring the 'outside' in, with living and bedrooms fronted with floor to ceiling glazing. On entering, one is immediately presented with views to the amazing Bukit Ceylon setting and generously proportioned living spaces, each purposefully planned around the fundamentals of efficiency and generosity. 
A place of many Gardens
The building has been designed around a series of 'gardens' which are distributed and tiered throughout its levels. The lower green plazas which backdrop the two arrivals are followed by a generous landscaped deck at the base of the tower on Level 12. Over 40,000 sqft of landscaped space is dedicated to family focused recreational activities in a resort setting where coconut trees line a 50m pool, flanked by series of smaller water bodies and a collection of exotic trees. 
Further up the building, the floor plates are punctuated by series of triple volume gardens which provide relief and allow the building to 'breath'. Located to maximise views and harness it's elevation above surrounding structures, these gardens spaces offer an opportunity for residents to have a private get-away, removed from activity of the other communal spaces.
The building is topped off on Level 52 with an exclusive Sky garden dedicated for private gatherings and retreat. Designed for a strictly adult audience, this roof top deck houses a lap pool and an infinity dip edge with unimpeded views of KLCC. Residents are invited to wander around manicured tea gardens, and intimate landscaped spaces under the open sky. 

 

View from Bukit Ceylon
View from Bukit Ceylon
Evening View from Changkat Raja Chulan
Evening View from Changkat Raja Chulan