The most populous region in Malaysia, the Greater Kuala Lumpur or Klang Valley region has been extensively served with 11 public transit lines. Since the 1990s, these public transit lines have connected most of this ten million-populated region, with a few transit lines in the pipeline. With the rapid urbanisation of this region, many transit lines have been planned and located in some densely populated neighbourhoods and districts.
Capitalising the vast transit lines, coupled with the abundance of land banks near the existing LRT station buildings, has paved the way for transit-oriented developments (TOD) in several station building sites in Kuala Lumpur. The TOD is an urban development strategy that advocates the live, work, and plays areas located within walking distance of any public transport station. The new developments are often built integrated or near the station buildings.
Four LRT stations have been proposed and reimagined with new mixed developments of commercial and residential components. The residential tower blocks are erected on top of the proposed podium comprises retail units, car parks, and facilities floor. The layout planning has been composed in linear planning to enhance the site circulation and maximises the plot ratio requirement.
Mirroring the contemporary urban lifestyle, the proposed TOD mixed developments converge the needs of urban residents with all communal and recreational facilities, with retail offerings and public transport connections. Looming as high as 49 storeys, the equilateral tower blocks exemplified novelty façade outlook with elegant verticality of modern construction elements.