16 Quartz Clubhouse

Inception : 2010
Status  :  Completed 2015


A community naturally has an innate need to come together socially. The clubhouse fulfils this need by providing a gathering place where it becomes an important and integral part of the community’s life at 16 Quartz. It is the centre for events and activities of the community and their families. There are a function room where the residents may have a wedding reception, holiday events or dinner events, a gymnasium, a swimming pool, a children’s pool, a children’s playground and a barbeque area.

The clubhouse takes centre stage within this community that which is expressed physically by siting the building in a central forward position. As you turn left from jalan Melawati 7 into the long drive up the hill, you will see the road terminating its visual perspective at the clubhouse. Commanding a central position, the clubhouse is the signature building that welcomes you into the development. Taking on this role the fore area of the clubhouse is prepared in order to showcase the building. The architectural style is modern and form simple in deference to nature and majesty of the hillside. The quartz hills of Klang Gate dominate the skyline, its silhouette rounded by time and weather. In nature, the roughness of stone is tempered by the softness of water. Taking this cue from nature, the clubhouse takes an organic form as if a stone that has been carved then soften and rounded with running water. The water collects into a swimming pool that is articulated as a waterfall flowing over a precipice into the chasm below. The waterfall best showcases the exhilaration of height and the beauty of nature that greets the residents as they return home.

The drive up to 16 Quartz with the clubhouse and waterfall dominating the background.



The waterfall as you enter the Residences.


Closeup of the waterfall.


View towards Kuala Lumpur City from the Function Room balcony.

The gymnasium with an expansive view towards Kuala Lumpur city across the swimming pool.



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