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Old March 23rd, 2013, 01:45 PM   #121
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Old April 22nd, 2013, 10:37 AM   #122
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Woodhead leads design for Soekarno Hatta International Airport Terminal 3 in Jakarta












Woodhead is the lead designer for the Architecture and Interiors for the new 380,000m2, 25 million pax Terminal 3 at Soekarno Hatta International Airport in Jakarta.

The Woodhead consortium won the commission against three other international design, engineering and contractor consortia.

Angkasa Pura 2, the ultimate client, described their desire to send a message to the world of Indonesia’s technological, political and cultural aspirations and evolution through the design of Terminal 3. An underlying message of national unity and a celebration of Indonesia’s cultural diversity draws upon many of the award-winning attributes of the existing T1 and T2 buildings and reinterprets these influences in a contemporary terminal building.

Everywhere people are challenged to express their local and regional cultural identity and engage with an increasingly globalised world. In the design of contemporary airports, we need to look deeper when preparing an authentic cultural interpretation for the future that addresses the airport’s civic function. The concept for the interiors seeks to integrate artwork and cultural references into the structure and materials. A further expression of cultural diversity unified into one gigantic work of art.

The terminal is for Garuda’s expanding international and domestic fleet of aircraft and is a model of efficiency and comfort overlaid with the curation of Indonesia’s unique cultural and environmental experiences for passengers.

There is a transformation from roof and columns to an integrated sculptural form, merging landscape with the composition of the building in an expression of balance between human activity and the natural world.

Construction is due to be completed and the new terminal building fully operational by the close of 2015.

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Old April 22nd, 2013, 03:20 PM   #123
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Very nice indeed!
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 05:54 PM   #124
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guys, let's wait till the construction works begin? Once the construction begins, we can all celebrate in all possible ways. :p
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 06:12 PM   #125
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Kondisi tanggal 23 maret 2013 di terminal Haji juga ada pengerukan tanah.


Dan jalan security safety juga ada pengerukan.
this may-june they will start the structure works, after finishing the apron/base this month.

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Old April 23rd, 2013, 09:41 PM   #126
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Old April 24th, 2013, 08:11 AM   #127
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First time contributing here, and I'll tell you: T3 for CGK definitely looks wonderful as a long airport, similar to KIX, and the sleek design truly brings forth a sense of flight and growth for Indonesia's fledging airline, Garuda Indonesia. Along with the exterior, the tall ceilings and winged interiors provide passengers and well-wishers a sense of openness, warmth, and progress, something I truly aspire in airport development and want to emulate because for an airport as important as CGK, having a terminal that defines the future of Jakarta can lure in not just tourists, but also businesses and investments in the long-run.

I must say, Terminal 3 definitely shows that Indonesia is progressing very quickly with its aviation development, and I hope that I will go through that airport soon. Well done!
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Old April 24th, 2013, 10:42 AM   #128
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As I recall, Terminal 3 now, at least the first phase of it, is now home to some of the LCCs. With it looking nothing like the renders, my question is, will the actual plans build up on what is already there, or will it be remodeled. It also begs the question, where then will the LCCs using T3 now be relocated?
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Old April 24th, 2013, 12:43 PM   #129
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The interiors look like they were taken from SIN. I won't complain about that if it turns out that way.
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Old April 24th, 2013, 12:59 PM   #130
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Woodhead are Australian architects, wish we could have something like this in Oz! We're too cheap here to ever have anything like that though.
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Old April 24th, 2013, 02:17 PM   #131
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As I recall, Terminal 3 now, at least the first phase of it, is now home to some of the LCCs. With it looking nothing like the renders, my question is, will the actual plans build up on what is already there, or will it be remodeled. It also begs the question, where then will the LCCs using T3 now be relocated?
They will remodeled the right pier as my understanding.

Well after Garuda and most probably all foreign carriers move to T3, the LCCs will have T1 or T2 for themselves.

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Old April 24th, 2013, 02:22 PM   #132
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As I recall, Terminal 3 now, at least the first phase of it, is now home to some of the LCCs. With it looking nothing like the renders, my question is, will the actual plans build up on what is already there, or will it be remodeled. It also begs the question, where then will the LCCs using T3 now be relocated?
from the news i've heard, the construction will be divided into three stages, and in the last stages there is a plan to redesign the interior layout from the existing building... i have no idea whether they will change the exterior design or not, but after the completion of the new terminal, all international flight (including Garuda domestic flight) will be moved from T2 to T3, while T2 itself will have a major refurbishment so it will increase its capacity from 9 to 19 mppa

after the refurbishment of T2, I think they will move all domestic and international LCC's flight to T2, so the Lion Group can use the T1 (which will have a major refurbishment too, increase its capacity from 9 to 18 mppa) exclusively for all their domestic and international flight....


however, those plans still can change depends on GA's decision about their future plan with SkyTeam... if they wants to use T3 exclusively as their SkyTeam hub, maybe the other airline which is not a skyteam member will be kicked out to T2
but i doubt such plan like that will be realized in the near future...

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Old May 6th, 2013, 03:01 PM   #133
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Just thought I'd chip in here. I've been to Jakarta and Indonesia more times than I can remember, indeed I've been all over the world, and have passed through numerous airports. I really, really love the airport in Jakarta: it's perhaps the only airport in the world that is homely and welcoming. I think the design helps a lot - it's very green, and open. I really like the crescent at the airport entrance too. Have great memories of when I was little, coming out of the airport to see a blazing sunset!

Just goes to show how important design is for buildings. It makes a refreshing changes from the dull as hell glass boxes that are airports around the world.. that said, the airport could do with some modernisation as to its logistics etc. It's rather slow, particularly in contrast to Singapore etc. But any changes must be made that respect the original design. It truly is a classic airport, and in my opinion is a great gateway into the country.
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Old May 6th, 2013, 03:04 PM   #134
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The interiors look like they were taken from SIN. I won't complain about that if it turns out that way.
I agree, it almost looks identical! Looks nice though, but not particularly distinctive. The least you could say about the old terminal (is it one or two?) is that it was quite 'Indonesian' in its design....
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I don't really see the resemblance to SIN besides all the "brown", actually.

I just hope they don't mess up the refurbishment of Terminals 1 and 2.
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Just thought I'd chip in here. I've been to Jakarta and Indonesia more times than I can remember, indeed I've been all over the world, and have passed through numerous airports. I really, really love the airport in Jakarta: it's perhaps the only airport in the world that is homely and welcoming. I think the design helps a lot - it's very green, and open. I really like the crescent at the airport entrance too. Have great memories of when I was little, coming out of the airport to see a blazing sunset!

Just goes to show how important design is for buildings. It makes a refreshing changes from the dull as hell glass boxes that are airports around the world.. that said, the airport could do with some modernisation as to its logistics etc. It's rather slow, particularly in contrast to Singapore etc. But any changes must be made that respect the original design. It truly is a classic airport, and in my opinion is a great gateway into the country.
The vernacular architecture of T1 and T2 seem hospitable and welcoming to me too, but T3 (in its current form) is a vapid, hackneyed type that is the norm these days in many Chinese cities.

Standing among a sea of kretek-smokers just outside the terminals OTOH...
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Old June 9th, 2013, 06:17 AM   #137
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ready for big construction project?? (like TV advertisement)

source: @arifien from Instagram..

lalala yeyeye lalala yeyeye
Hajj Terminal just gone.. so T3 can starts the construction stage..
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Wait a minute... T3 will be built at the expense of the Hajj Terminal? Question then: will T3 host to Hajj flights when its construction is finished? And how many Hajj flights does CGK get every year?
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Wait a minute... T3 will be built at the expense of the Hajj Terminal? Question then: will T3 host to Hajj flights when its construction is finished? And how many Hajj flights does CGK get every year?
ex-Hajj Terminal is located at new T3 apron.. beside T3 pier1... so Hajj Terminal demolished to build the apron actually
Hajj Flights will terminate to HLP | Halim Perdana Kusuma if I'm bot mistaken.. how many flights? hmm 2 till 4 flights /day for only 10 days if I'm not wrong, not really know..
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ex-Hajj Terminal is located at new T3 apron.. beside T3 pier1... so Hajj Terminal demolished to build the apron actually
Hajj Flights will terminate to HLP | Halim Perdana Kusuma if I'm bot mistaken.. how many flights? hmm 2 till 4 flights /day for only 10 days if I'm not wrong, not really know..
Oh, so you mean HLP will cater to the Hajj flights, not at CGK anymore? Or will CGK still get them, albeit much less? And how is the Hajj Terminal actually operated to start with, plus what is its role for the rest of the year when Hajj does not take place?
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