Artful staircase to encourage staff to exercise

The mural that added colour to the stairwell at the Touch

TOUCH ‘n Go unveiled #thelivingstairs, a project designed to motivate its employees to get regular exercise by using the stairs instead of lifts to help energise, re-focus and jump-start productivity.

The unveiling of the transformed staircases at the Touch ‘n Go headquarters in Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur was launched by Lembah Pantai MP Fahmi Fadzil who also flagged off the inaugural TheLivingStairs Challenge Run 2019.

The project, conceptualised by Touch n’ Go chief executive officer Syahrunizam Samsudin, and designed by Hardiana Hidayah Azni with a team of eight graffiti artists, saw the transformation of 12 flights of stairs at Tower 6 in Avenue 5 in Bangsar South.

“Our vision for #thelivingstairs is to turn the stairwell in our office building into an accessible fitness venue.

“We want to empower and encourage our team to take those first steps towards improving their health.

“In addition, this project has also given us an opportunity to celebrate our local graffiti artists and their unique creativity to transform our staircases with colourful murals to brighten up the grey concrete,” said Syahrunizam.

Among the highlights of the event included an inspiring life story by Rizal Khalif, a local adventurer and motivational speaker.

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