A UNIQUE COLLABORATION
In Malaysia, UEM Sunrise has delivered numerous award-winning high-rise residential, commercial and mixed-use developments in Kuala Lumpur and major urban cities. It is the master developer of Iskandar Puteri in Johor, and is renowned for its Symphony Hills project featuring the country’s first Connected Intelligent Community (“CIC”).
In Australia, UEM Sunrise projects include Aurora Melbourne Central, a mixed-use precinct delivering residences, serviced apartments, retail, and offices. It is also the developer behind Conservatory Melbourne, an exclusive residential development. Internationally, UEM Sunrise’s presence extends to Singapore, Vancouver in Canada, and Durban in South Africa.
Working with clients that have global reputations for excellence and solid business growth, ZHA is developing outstanding projects across six continents. For over 40 years, it has defined architecture for the 21st century. Form and space are woven within the structure of buildings that evolve from their surrounding environment and tie disparate programmes together.
Enticingly contextual, each ZHA project combines an unwavering optimism for the future with concepts of connectivity and integration. Receiving the highest honours from civic, professional and academic institutions worldwide, ZHA has been one of the world’s most consistently inventive architectural studios.
Invention excites us. We address the needs of our clients, building users and the community by identifying the specific needs of each project. We ask the right questions without imposing pre-determined solutions and then we use our 6Ds process to take us to the invention stage. This process has opened people’s eyes to impossible realities. Who knew buildings could be both designdriven and market-driven?
Rather than applying a house style, our buildings are conceived in their own right, responding to their specific site, location and purpose. We don’t generalise across projects either – our job is to uncover and express the unique identity of each project, through built form. The outcome is sensory – architecture that people can feel, not just see. Architecture that makes people think, acknowledging the origins of architecture and its plethora of influences, both ancient and modern.