KL’s green ho­tel

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Kel­lyn On says the ho­tel has been awarded the Green Build­ing

In­dex (GBI) cer­ti­fi­ca­tion. at level 40 fea­tures an evoca­tive light in­stal­la­tion ti­tled “Life:Re­silient” by Venezue­lan artist, Clau­dia Bueno.

The artist drew her in­spi­ra­tion pri­mar­ily from Malaysia’s rich trop­i­cal flora, plants and sea-life — the forms of ab­stracted mush­rooms, fungi, hibis­cus flow­ers, ferns and co­ral will be seen float­ing above the re­cep­tion of the ho­tel.

The light sys­tem changes softly with the time of the day, pul­sat­ing and com­ing alive as the colours change.

Mean­while, the ho­tel’s meet­ing rooms are sup­ported with au­dio-vis­ual tech­nol­ogy and a skilled team of meet­ing and event as­so­ci­ates.

“Sun­light-filled rooms are fully equipped with mod­u­lar fur­nish­ings. Fol­low­ing Ele­ment Ho­tels’ core phi­los­o­phy, every event is smart and sus­tain­able, util­is­ing low im­pact eco-friendly prac­tices where pos­si­ble,” con­cludes On.

The Ele­ment Kuala Lumpur is sched­uled to open this month.

De­tails at www.Ele­men­tHo­tels.com. The ma­jes­tic view from the Ele­ment Kuala Lumpur.

The ho­tel uses NSF-cer­ti­fied fil­tered wa­ter sys­tem is in­stalled in the kitch­enette.

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