Interior Design of Malaysian Power Family Residence by YTL Design Group


Completed in the latter part of 2008 by YTL Design Group Architecture, the Malaysian Power Family Residence is the ultimate expression of the taste, influence and industrial-scale capabilities of the prominent family whose entrepreneurial activities have shaped Kuala Lumpur’s skyline. The inside of the magnificent residence is gorgeous with its high ceilings, large windows and abundance of light. White color and natural wood are dominant elements but they allow the view from the vast, mostly retractable, windows to remain the main visual attraction. Prominent examples of this curvilinear elegance include the amazing staircases resembling the inside of a shell when viewed from above, and the round ballroom chandelier of 13,000 custom-designed undulating petals of unglazed cast porcelain biscuit. Please take look for this Family residence interior design such as the Living room, kitchen, private dining room and also the bathroom design from some inspirational picture below.

Malaysian Family Residence Architecture
Malaysian Family Residence Architecture

Malaysian Family Residence Living Area Design
Malaysian Family Residence Living Area Design

Malaysian Family Residence Living Room Design
Malaysian Family Residence Living Room Design

Malaysian Family Residence Kitchen and Dining Room Design
Malaysian Family Residence Kitchen and Dining Room Design

Malaysian Family Residence Bedroom and Bathroom Design
Malaysian Family Residence Bedroom and Bathroom Design

Malaysian Family Residence Staircase Design
Malaysian Family Residence Staircase Design

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2 Responses to “Interior Design of Malaysian Power Family Residence by YTL Design Group”

  1. Liberal Arts Says:

    It’s fun and funky! It has a museum feel yet looks homey too. I could do very well without the Buddah in the table, but other than that I like it.

  2. home design Says:

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