Designed before, and completed during the COVID-19 pandemic, this 1600-seat food precinct in the Malaysian capital aims to provide a cool and calm place for respite within the Asian metropolis. A series of colourful interventions has been overlaid on a neutral canvas to celebrate the cultural diversity of the city. A two-sided design response was created, one that addresses the park and the other to the existing mall. On the mall side, the patron is provided with a neutral backdrop allowing the scheme to tie into the neutral mall-scape. Once inside the precinct, the design transforms into a more colourful environment via a Malay batik artwork, which, in turn, addresses the park.