|Bangunan Perdana Putra|
The Perdana Putra in Putrajaya
|Type||Federal Government Administrative Centre|
Palladian and Neoclassicism
|Town or city||Putrajaya
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Putrajaya Corporation (PPJ)|
The Perdana Putra (also known as Perdana Square) is a building in Putrajaya, Malaysia which houses the office complex of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Located on the main hill in Putrajaya, it has become synonymous with the executive branch of the Malaysian federal government.
Construction began in 1997 and was completed in early 1999. The building was first occupied in April 1999 after all sections of the Prime Minister's Department moved from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya.
The structural design is influenced by Malay, Islamic and European cultures as such Palladian and Neoclassicism. It was designed by an aQidea Architect (Ahmad Rozi Abd Wahab being the principal architect) with inspiration from the former prime minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad.
Interior of the building
These are the main rooms and halls in the interior layout of Perdana Putra.
- Prime Minister's office
- Deputy Prime Minister office
- Small Meeting Hall
- Large Meeting Hall
- View point
- Delegation room
- VIP room
- VIP banquet hall
- National Security Division office
- National Economic Action Council office
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