This is a temple project based in Klang, Selangor. The architect took inspiration from red-rock canyon as the facade design to cultivate element as the facade. Inside, nature elements like stone flooring, Corten steel and stone clad becomes the fundamental of the space.

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“This is a temple project based in Klang, as on 12/5/2023, the project is currently under design review stage”

Project owner & Architect

The project is in Klang, the Bak Kut Teh town of Malaysia

The designer is an in-house designer with an architectural and interior design background. The client is a developer and contractor with 30 years’ experience in the construction field.

  • Office: Kuala Lumpur
  • Project: Residential
  • Built-up : 12200 sqft
  • Budget: RM700/sqft

Check out the non-traditional interior design of the temple

Interior design is based a fusion between modern design and contemporary, everything above the ceiling is finished in ‘warm’ shades and ‘warm’ elements. Everything below the ceiling are finished with cold material and colors.

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Layout plan proposal by the Architect

The temple sits on a plot of land with a straight forward and clear layout. The reason is simple, people who comes here to pray should know their direction clearly in the temple.