Designed by award-winning UK architects, Pitman Tozer Architects* in collaboration with local firm JGP Architecture*, and landscape architects Aspex of Design*, MYRA introduces a multi-layered experience… that gives new meaning to exclusivity.
From afar, MYRA cuts a distinctive profile with its softly rounded façade and subtly coloured, horizontal, aluminium ‘ribbons’ that change in tone upwards – from champagne at the lower floors, to muted gold at the topmost floor of the horizontal bands. However, more than just aesthetics, the horizontal ‘ribbons’ also serve more functional purposes – to protect both the occupants and the building from the sun and the tropical rain, and to shield the balconies and air conditioning ledges.
On closer view, a layered canopy of trees envelopes its residents with a verdant, green tranquillity amidst a play of sunlight and shadows and the sound of trickling water.
Comprising only 85 residences with only 7 or 8 units per floor, MYRA is a rare find amidst the sea of sameness that surrounds us.
Myra Development info
|Address :||9 Meyappa Chettiar Rd, Singapore|
|Type :||Highrist Residential|
|# of Units :||85 units|
|Eligibility :||All Nationalities|
|T.O.P Date :||est Dec 2023|
|Site Area :||approx 30,689 sqft|
|Developer :||Tiara Land Pte Ltd|
|Architect :||JGP Architecture|
|Unit Mix :||1br / 2br / 3br / 4br|
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Developer for Myra
SELANGOR DREDGING BERHAD (SDB)
SDB began in 1962, when Mr. Teh Kien Toh incorporated Selangor Dredging Limited. In 1964, the company changed its name to Selangor Dredging Berhad upon listing on the main board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange.
For over two decades, the company’s sole business was tin mining. It was the first Malaysian company to construct and operate a dredge. It operated two dredges in Dengkil, Selangor and the second dredge, constructed in 1971 was the largest and most advanced dredge in the world.
In the early 1980s, Selangor Dredging began to put in motion a plan for diversification. This led to the company’s involvement various activities including hardware manufacturing and retail manufacturing of tyre rims.
After a period of consolidation which completed in 2004, SDB is now a company focused fully on property activities – hotel, property management and leasing and its main business activity of property development.
SDB is now known as an award winning developer who produces niche property developments with innovative concepts and designs.
Architect for Myra
JGP is a Singapore-based award-winning architectural practice established in 1985. The firm has offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Ho Chi Minh City, Kuala Lumpur and Yangon, providing comprehensive architectural consultancy and project management services.
JGP’s built work includes a diverse mix of Asia-Pacific projects, ranging from residential and commercial, to infrastructural and industrial. In recent years, the firm has undertaken ambitious projects including masterplanning commissions and healthcare developments. Some of the firm’s notable recent built projects include the award-winning Harbour Mall & Four Points by Sheraton (Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia), the Holiday Inn Express Singapore, and several masterplanning commissions in Zhuhai (Guangdong province, China). In 2014, JGP received the coveted SME One Asia Award, in recognition of outstanding business excellence, innovation, fair practices and growth in entrepreneurship.
JGP’s philosophy is to provide design excellence for clients. To achieve this, the firm is committed to foster a collaborative environment underpinning every project. One that is built on teamwork, trust and credibility, mutual respect and understanding, and principles of work ethics and professionalism. JGP believes that the environment promotes a culture for pursuits in pushing design limits and integrating multifaceted insights.
In the face of today’s challenges brought about by market volatility, social and geopolitical complexities, environmental concerns, and the ever-changing demands of society, JGP seeks to continuously evolve and find innovative ways to designing. Ultimately, the goal is to lead the way for bettering our built environment and the lives of the people.