Regus Menara Boustead

Regus Menara Boustead George Town / Malaysia / 2017

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Penang is an exotic melange of old and new with the largest collections of pre-war buildings in Southeast Asia. Offering a punch of traditional temples, homes, hotels and shophouses mingle with modern buildings.


In a 22 storeys Grade A buildings centrally located in Georgetown, Regus Menara Boustead is designed with the idea of holding stories of the island’s colorful and eventful past and recall a similar charm in our design. Bringing iconic street art, Chinese shophouse, beautiful tiles and colours into the co-working place offer an insightful introduction to Penang’s culture and social history.


Regus Menara Boustead embodies a functional, yet flexible offering, blending both open and private office environments. The whole interior is used exposed raw concrete, béton brut and furniture with thin, angular forms creating a light industrial feeling, simple yet elegant and timeless.
The design team worked hard on this awe-inspiring office space to represent the unique culture and essence of the city.


Project info:


Location : Penang, Malaysia
Lead Architects : Romain Duval
Other participants : Nora Hood, Pohyee Teng, Edwin Yong
Loose furniture & Lighting : DCW Editions, Carl Hansen & Son, Hay, Thonet


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    Penang is an exotic melange of old and new with the largest collections of pre-war buildings in Southeast Asia. Offering a punch of traditional temples, homes, hotels and shophouses mingle with modern buildings. In a 22 storeys Grade A buildings centrally located in Georgetown, Regus Menara Boustead is designed with the idea of holding stories of the island’s colorful and eventful past and recall a similar charm in our design. Bringing iconic street art, Chinese shophouse, beautiful...

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