After being built and inaugurated, Petronas Twin Towers has become the pride of the people and the country as a symbol of Muslim Malaysia. When you have a trip to Malaysia, you have to visit Petronas Twin Towers

 

Petronas Twin Towers is a famous building and also the symbol of the capital Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With a height measured from the ground up to the top of the building is 452m, the tower has held its position as the world’s tallest building when completed in 1998 until October 17, 2003, when the court Taipei 101 building is complete with 508m altitude, has officially surpassed the height of the Petronas towers

 

 

Petronas Twin Towers is the construction by Malaysia’s most powerful oil corporations. This is considered extremely workspace ideal for the company, because there are large office area about 1,300 – 2000m2 without middle column.

Currently, the first buildings of two buildings is used for working as headquarters of the Corporation, Petronas – tower investors, and the subsidiaries of the Group. The 2nd tower for lease as offices of several famous companies such as Microsoft, IBM, Boeing… When you have a trip to Malaysia, you have to visit Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Tower was built and designed by César Pelli – Argentina architect known for designing the world’s tallest building. The tower is designed based on inspiration from the architecture of the mosques combined with the architecture of modern style, giving the Petronas towers’s design a unique style like no other on the world

 

 

Petronas was built on land once built racing school. The main structure of the building is reinforced concrete with extremely high bearing capacity. The outside of the tower is made entirely of glass and steel bearing architectural style of Islamic art.

This work is seen as a record of high-rise buildings in the world with a depth of up to 120m tower foundations, and is dumped by a huge concrete blocks to ensure solid. However, the interesting thing here is that one of the two towers were leaning about 25mm compared with the vertical. When you have a trip to Malaysia, you have to visit Petronas Twin Towers