Boulevard is a separate entity and its strength is in the design of the proposals of the packaging and materials used throughout it.
Inspired by hiking trails such as the Champs Elysees in Paris and Isfahan in Iran, Boulevard Putrajaya is a 100-meter-wide stretch of 4.2 km along the Main Island. Both ends of the Boulevard are marked by two structures. Each is located on a hillside: the Prime Minister, the Prime Minister's Office on Precinct 1 on the north and the futuristic Putrajaya Convention Center on the Precinct 5 on the south. The bridges over the water provide a connection to the Boulevard, which later unites the city's Main Area (Precinct 1-5) into a dynamic and integrated area. Built along the existing topographic natural contour line, Boulevard also forms the city's northern axis.
Boulevard is a separate entity and its strength is in the design of the proposals of the packaging and materials used throughout it. It was the first in the world at such a distance. The pedestrianized street along the Boulevard is dotted as well as providing a feeling of closure that reduces the height of the building with the public at the street level.
As the backbone of the city, Boulevard is surrounded by squares and plazas that act as a 'meeting point'. Here people can gather, wander or stop to observe the movement of the world around them.
Boulevard has four public squares, each representing the national heritage displayed through its landscape. The Vision Plateau (Precinct 2), the Putrajaya Plateau (Precinct 4) and the Gemilang Square (Precinct 4) act as precinct boundaries as well as connecting other parts of the city. These squares, formed by the surrounding buildings, are the gateway. The landscape of the building and the architectural features along the Boulevard are determined by the height and set of buildings in each square.