The concept of cluster housing development as a pattern of human settlement has been around for centuries. Cluster housing development also referred to as “conservation subdivisions” involves the grouping of residential structures in a subdivision on a portion of the available land. The intent is to develop less total land area to provide more open space for recreation and enhancing the overall living quality and improve the environment while allowing the same number of total housing units as it would have been allowed for a conventional subdivision. This will reflect the overall Bandar Cemerlang’s masterplan mind set. The houses lives in a garden house.
Client: Crescendo Corporation Bhd
Project Status: Phase 1 under construction
Designer Architect: MAUD-(Maxthreads Architecture Urban Design) UK
Lead Architect: Kris Hsiao ,Key Liu, Dorothy Liu
Project team: Alessandro Sardone, Jack kang, Cathy Chang
Local Architect: Shmok Architect, Malaysia
Design Area: phase 1