‘PIER’ was chosen for its connotation to the maritime theme which dictates the look and feel of Gravit8. The PIER is the link between the lake and the commercial development hub, and our tag line perfectly sums it all up – Where Urban Meets Nature.
Pier8 @ Gravit8, features an eight-acre lake, with a strong sense of the auspicious-sounding figure ‘8’ which means prosperity or “fatt” in Chinese.
Embark on an education journey of a lifetime! Orbix International School is proud to announce the opening of its third campus at Gravit8, Klang. Its Klang campus will feature the world renowned IGCSE curriculum as well as the first artificial intelligence syllabus in the region. As an exclusive offer, we are offering a 20% discount on school fees for the first 100 students to register. The discounted fee will last the entire stage the respective student is enrolled in (i.e. for the duration of their Primary and Secondary schooling).
For more information, please visit them at Level 1 Pier8 @ Gravit8, Jalan Bayu Laut/KS9 Kota Bayuemas, 41200 Klang or visit their website www.orbix.edu.my. You can also call or Whatsapp +6012 998 9155.
Looking for a prime retail, shop lot or commercial space for your business?
Our commercial properties will provide the most conducive environment to grow your business with some of the following advantages:
- Strategic location with excellent road accessibility and amenities
- Matured population and catchment within our own developments
- Functional designs & features e.g. wide frontage, high ceiling, ample car park bays
For more info, please contact Ivy Tan at 011-1638 6882
The Fjords that dominate the Norwegian landscape were formed and created by glaciers. As the ice receded it deposited fractured and irregular granite boulders called ‘erratic’s’. These granite monoliths become surrounded by a sparse and desolate landscape. The glacial valleys and Fjords create a spectacular landscape interplay between the land and water.
These glacial erratic’s and the landscape interplay of the Fjords are the inspiration for Nordica’s drop off.
Irregular ‘erratic’ shapes are abstracted into granite paving patterns and stepping stones that dance against a glassy reflective body of fresh water as a Norwegian landscape metaphor. Planting is controlled within the pattern as a metaphor of how the harsh Norwegian landscape and climate controls the growth of plants in the wild.
Boulders, cliffs and craggy outcrops in the natural Norwegian landscape are strewn with lichen, ferns and epiphytes which are represented in the drop off as a green wall behind the biologically filtered fresh water pond.
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