Arté, is part of a series of projects that carry the same first name of ‘arte’, meaning art in Italian, and will stand out majestically along such notable buildings as Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE), the MECC and Publika Solaris.
Arte Mont’ Kiara is a clever and bold architectural creation that cleverly magnifies a thumbprint on each of the three high-rise serviced residences. This source for the thumbprint is actually the exact replica of its developer, Thomas Chan’s own thumb. This is an uncommon feature in buildings. The architects behind Arte Mont Kiara wanted to impart a slight different feel into this particular project.
The other interesting aspect about Arté Mont Kiara is the way the buildings appear to be twisting. This is achieved by re-configuring the floor plate. At every level the building starts to turn a little bit to give this idea of a dancing building, similar to a corkscrew turning.