Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Situated between Kuala Lumpur City Centre and the bustling Golden Triangle neighbourhood, the new Kuala Lumpur landmark 8 Conlay covers nearly fouracres of freehold land on Jalan Conlay. With three skyline-altering towers ranging from 56 to 68 storeys in height, 8 Conlay is a mixed-use development in a class of its own scheduled to complete at the end of 2020.
A development by Malaysian property developer KSK Land, 8 Conlay consists of the world’s tallest twisted twin residential towers devoted entirely to branded serviced residences, called YOO8 serviced by Kempinski. The property also features Malaysia’s first and only five-star Kempinski Hotel and a four-story lifestyle retail podium, offering residents and hotel guests access to a luxurious lifestyle experience that integrates exceptional hospitality with experiential retail and world-class design.
Anticipated to be the next crown jewel of branded residences in Southeast Asia, YOO8 serviced by Kempinski at 8 Conlay features exclusive design concepts by Steve Leung (Tower A) and Kelly Hoppen (Tower B), and in-house services provided by the adjoining five-star Kempinski Hotel.
The 61-storey YOO8 Tower A with 564 residences feature cutting-edge interiors by the award winning Hong Kong-based architect Steve Leung. Influenced by the Asian philosophy and five traditional Chinese elements, Leung employs the two classic elements water and wood which simultaneously reflect a modern urban space and a tranquil retreat.
“When we created the design concept for YOO8 Tower A residences, we wanted to contribute a feeling of wellbeing to the environments that these two classic elements affect,” said Steve Leung, interior designer of YOO8 Tower A. “We want to achieve an ideal balance between economics and aesthetics, to bring space to life and to create space for life.”