Iringan Hjau, New Residential Development that located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was designed by Eric Parry Architects. The project consists of a 3-storey residential development of 26 units on a 2 acre site. The site is located within a low rise residential area close to the traditional ambassadorial area of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The units range in size from 3,000 to 5,000 sq ft including single-floor apartments, duplexes and 3-storey townhouses arranged in four blocks with generous landscaped gardens in between, and single-storey daylit car park beneath the whole site.
The buildings have a strong fair-faced concrete base, contrasting with the white rendered walls of the upper floors with its fair-faced concrete elements of projecting balconies popping through the façade. Deep balconies and adjustable louvred screens provide privacy as well as shade and environmental control and allow for ample cross ventilation, much needed in the tropical climate.