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Old January 5th, 2009, 10:02 AM   #1
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JAKARTA PROJECT 2009 - FINISH

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UI Station 1 and UI Station 2, UniversitY Of Indonesia

Depok, Indonesia



Site Area: 70,400 square metres

Gross Floor Area
3,250 square metres (UI Station 1)
3,250 square metres (UI Station 2)

Building Height (metres): 14
Building Height (storeys): 2
Construction Start Date: 2009
Scheduled Completion Date: 2010

The University of Indonesia or Universitas Indonesia (UI) maintains 100 hectares of forest within its 309-hectare site area. With six lakes scattered over the campus area, it offers a harmonious jungle environment for the school. The UI Station 1 and Station 2 are an external and internal means of transportation to and from the campus.



The stations are designed to blend and connect with its surroundings, linking to pedestrian and bicycle tracks to provide easy access. Where necessary, new walkways and cycling tracks will be built to further improve accessibility. The bridge connecting the UI campus to Station 2 will become a new main gate for visitors.



The design of the new stations is inspired by the concept of movement; the building masses were made ‘fluid’, to represent the dynamics of the train movement.



Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.


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Taman Ismail Marzuki (Ismael Marzuki Cultural Park)

Site Area: 7.2 hectares
Gross Floor Area :18,720 square metres
Building Height (meters) :27
Building Height (storeys): 5
Construction Start Date: March 2009
Scheduled Completion Date: March 2010



The existing Taman Ismail Marzuki is an old place dedicated to the arts. The government and the Indonesian Architecture Institute of DKI Jakarta called for a design competition to revitalise and transform it into a vibrant public space and green reservoir for the city. Andra Matin’s team came up with the award-winning design.



Thematic park

“Ismail Marzuki” is the name of a famous native musician, and it has been attached to this development for a long time. In commemoration of his place in the Indonesian music scene, the designers borrowed notes from a well known song he created and used it as a ‘tool’ to define the park’s landscape and architecture. Superimposed on the site, the notes become the placement spots for new trees, sky lights and furniture, while the grid lines mark the access into the site. Used also on the building, the composition creates dynamic fašades, consisting of different intensities of lines, dots, layers and depth.

Bridge

The bridge is designed as a packed container to reduce building coverage area; it is used to accommodate as many function as it can, not only from the previous existing building, but also new programmes related to the arts and other supporting facilities like F&B outlets. At the same time, it symbolically connects the old and new functions, and the public and private areas of the whole park. The container itself is five storeys high, but it is elevated 12 metres above the ground to allow for the continuity of space.



Preservation

To preserve the memory and the soul of the place, and to minimise waste, the designers decided to preserve the old Jakarta Art Institute campus at the back end of the site. Only the ground floor parts of the campus buildings will be renovated—the walls will be demolished, leaving only the structures to lend a sense of connection. All the ground floor functions will then be relocated either to the first floor or to the bridge. The result is a continuous open space on the entire ground floor, dedicated to the mingling of public and private activities.



Multifunctional park

Not only as lungs for the city, this is also a meeting place. The narrow opening is designed to allow a more streamlined entry. Afterwards, the movement of the space is fluid. The surface is designed as a continuous plane, allowing all places to be easily accessible. Even though there are defined spaces, the whole composition of the elements in the park suggests a venue for more informal functions.

Waterfront

The river, which used to be the public ‘waste bin’, is revitalised to become a waterfront promenade, which could be periodically transformed into a theatre on the river. This strategy is applied to create a rich spatial experience, and at the same time increase people’s awareness of the value of the river—not only as a way to prevent floods, but also as a prominent means in the old days for many activities, including the arts. The “Artificial River” is created along the northwest side of the site to help collect rainwater for recycling and replace the fence as a friendlier boundary between this park and its surroundings.

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Sentra Niaga Tangerang

Site Area: 97,178 square metres
Gross Floor Area: 40,145 square metres (phase one)
Building Height (metres) :14; 38
Building Height (storeys) :4–10
Construction Start Date: February 2009
Scheduled Completionecember 2009



The building complex is located in the fast-developing city of Tangerang. The project combines the commercial function in the mall and the hotel with a recreational utility in the form of a plant and flower kiosk and open landscape. Visually, the plant and flower market and landscape have been designed to become the focus of the complex. The crops kiosk has been arranged in geometric patterns, resembling the gardens found in Europe.



Taking into account its surrounding environment, which has yet been developed, the project is implementing a drainage system that could also be used for the area around it. Located so close to nature, almost all the lighting and ventilation systems have been designed to blend in with the open plant and flower kiosk to save energy; the hotel lobby has been integrated with the landscape; and the commercial mall has an open parking system.

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Penabur International School

Site Area: Approx 7,777 square metres
Gross Floor Area: Approx 19,500 square metres
Building Height (metres): 23.5
Building Height (storeys): 4
Construction Start Date: June 2009 (phase two)
Scheduled Completion Date: May 2012

The client’s mission is to provide an international school that allows for quality, creative learning within a safe, Christian environment—to help students achieve their highest potential and develop strong values and beliefs.



Elements of the school logo (a cross and books) have been incorporated into the design of the building. The cross is shown on the fašade of the cylindrical tower. The books are reflected by the ‘super books cabinet’ on the southeast fašade. The concept of crafting a student’s mind, heart and spirit is encapsulated in the form of three elliptical towers. The super tree metaphor used on the southwest fašade shows environmental awareness and also symbolises the growth of the school.



Roof gardens and canopied courtyards provide socialising and learning spaces. Green areas on the ground floor also act as a good sound barrier. Solar panels provide at least 30 percent of the building’s electricity consumption. Grey water is recycled and rainwater is harvested for reuse.



Local, affordable and easy-to-maintain materials like bamboo, natural stone and wood will be used. Selffinanced by the group’s owner, the school is likely to generate employment for the community and attract tenants to operate the various amenities such as the canteen, bank, book store and so on.
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The Concord

Tanjung Duren, West Jakarta, Indonesia

Site Area :4,455 square metres
Gross Floor Area: 29,200 square metres
Building Height (metres) :120
Building Height (storeys) :26–36 (plus two basements)
Construction Start Date :January 2009
Scheduled Completion Date :January 2010



Located in Tanjung Duren, West Jakarta across Mall Taman Anggrek (one of the largest shopping centres in Jakarta), the site sits on an open green area.

The brief is to develop a high-end residential development with a unique form, surrounded by greenery. The designers conceptualised the building to have a slender form—the tower is divided into two wings, each with a different height. They also took the surrounding greenery into the project—between the two towers, there are open spaces to allow for sky gardens and landscaping.



The corridors use natural ventilation to reduce the use of air-conditioning. Green terraces are incorporated at every six levels. The majority of the openings of the fašade faces north and south to reduce heat gain.



Although the project is conveniently located close to a large shopping mall, the rest of the area is still undeveloped. Bounded by a toll road and a river, part of the challenge is to monitor the neighbouring environment and ensure that the residents’ quality of living would not be compromised.


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KUNINGAN CITY, another Mixed Use Development in Jakarta

Flagship Project of Agung Podomoro in Casablanca



Agung Podomoro develops another Super block in Jakarta. It’s Kuningan City, located in Jalan Satrio near Casablanca Tunnel, Kuningan. This mixed used project will take investment of 2.2 trillion IDR (224 million USD); 70% of capital comes from Agung Podomoro Groups and 30% from Bank’s Loans.



Kuningan City is situated in the site of 3 hectare wide. Total floor area will be 387,000 m2. This flagship project consists of two apartment towers (40 stories and 468 units of each), one office tower (31 stories, 64,000 m2 total floor area), one entertainment retail (40,000 m2 floor area) equipped with convention hall of 1,000 persons capacity, and multilevel car park of 3,400 car unit capacity.



Designed by DP Architects Pte Ltd, Architecture consultant of Singapore, Kuningan City will finish in 2010.

Handaka Santoso, CEO of PT Arah Sejahtera Abadi, the subsidiary company of Agung Podomoro Group said that this project aims middle-up market segment who aspire easy-access residential and entertainment places. People can work, relax, and play at one place.



Concurrently, Agung Podomoro is also building another mixed use project in Tanjung Duren, Jakarta, namely Podomoro City. This flagship projects is also designed by DP Architect of Singapore and consists of office tower, hotel, apartments, shopping mall, and shopping arcades.

Romantic Autumn Atrium



Forever Summer Atrium



Enchanting Winter Atrium



Splendid Spring Atrium


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REGATTA The Icon, a Nautical Theme Superblock in Jakarta



Every country has iconic building: Eiffel Tower in Paris, Leaning Tower of Pissa in Italy, Pyramid in Egypt, and Statue of Liberty in US. What about Indonesia? The next icon of Indonesia will be REGATTA, a collaborative mega project between PT Dharmala Intiland and PT Global Ekabuana.

Created by architect WS Atkins who also designed Burj Al Arab in Dubai, REGATTA The Icon comprises 10 apartment towers, hotels, Aqua Park and Service Apartment in a land of 11 hectare. With a view facing Java Sea, the exclusive residential REGATTA offers waterfront living concept.

Word “Regatta” comes from a type of ship used for racing, and it is transformed into the silhouette of sailing ships and a lighthouse.



The price list:
- Sea View Type Apartment Unit, 260 m2 = US $400,000.
- Aqua Park Type Apartment Unit, 243 m2 = US $452,630.
- Penthouse Type, 450 m2 = US $842,100.

Project Manager of BKMB, Aryadi Limansagita said that the construction will be finished in November 2009.

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KEMPINSKI PRIVATE RESIDENCES, the luxurious apartment in Bundaran Hotel Indonesia, the heart of Jakarta



Situated in the heart of Jakarta with view facing the legendary Hotel Indonesia roundabout, the Kempinski Private Residences is the first luxury apartment from Kempinski Group in Southeast Asia.



Gerhard E Mitrovits, General Manager of Hotel Indonesia Kempinski said that this exclusive apartment is one of the properties under management of Kempinski include Hotel Indonesia Kempinski, Grand Ballroom, and 10 Food and Beverage. It aims world jet set people who appreciate excellent quality lifestyle.

Kempinski Private Residences comprises 58 stories with three types of unit: Penthouse of 690 sqm – 750 sqm, 3 bedroom type (261 sqm) and 2 bedroom type (162 m2). There are total 260 residential units and three penthouse units available. 140 units have been sold to Indonesian and foreigners, said Nyoman Punia, Manager of Kempinski Private Residences.
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The Plaza Indonesia



The Plaza Indonesia Extension project is the second phase of a super-block development, located at one of the most prestigious intersections in Jakarta. This mixed-use project consists of one 50 story office tower, one 46 story luxury condominium tower, a six level retail podium, and five levels of subterranean parking and building services. The total gross area of construction is approximately 200,000 square meters (2.15 million square. feet).



Btw this project is confirmed:
"Since its founding, the Company has remained focused on its main business, which is developing and managing prime property in Jalan M. H. Thamrin, Jakarta . In 2004 , the Company plans to recommence the Phase 2 Extension Project which has been halted in 1998 due to the country's economic crisis.

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Ciputra World


The Ciputra World Jakarta, which is expected to cost about Rp 4.2 trillion to build, will be developed in stages over a period of between three and seven years. Construction will commence by the end of this year.

The 558,000 square meter Ciputra World superblock will be built on an 11-hectare plot in the heart of the city's "Golden Triangle", linking Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said, Jl. Jendral Sudirman and Jl. Gatot Subroto.

"The project will be developed in three phases. The first two are expected to be completed by 2010, while the date for the third has still not been decided. But it shouldn't take longer than 2012," company director Artadinata Djangkar said.

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Kemang Village, Great Mixed Use Project in South Jakarta

PT Lippo Kawarawaci has been developing mixed use project, Kemang Village. The project is located in Jalan Prapanca Raya, South Jakarta in the 11 hectare land area.



Kemang Village will consist of condominium, hotel, and shopping mall called Kemang Village Apartment, Aryaduta Hotel, and Kemang Village Shopping Mall. The apartment has total floor 51,415 sqm wide and the shopping mall is 10,969 sqm wide. The hotel will has 200 rooms and 13,398 sqm floor area wide. It will be managed by Aryaduta, the renowned hotel operator. The area is also equipped by hospital and SOHO (Small Office Home Office).



Kemang Village aims medium and high market segment especially people from South Jakarta either the local or expatriate.

To build this project, Lippo is budgeting 400 billion IDR (40.8 million USD).
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Rasuna Epicentrum

Location: Jalan HR Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Central Jakarta
Area: 54.7 hectares
Office: Bakrie Tower, 48 floors with total floor area of 60,000 sqm.
Epicentrum Walk, retail center of 25,600 sqm and 190 units of strata title 3-floored-office building with total floor area of 13,000 sqm
Concert Hall
The Grove Condominium, 2 tower of 440 units
Developer: PT Bakrieland Development Tbk.
Investment: US $1.7 billion



The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

Financial Tower



The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

Bakrie Tower



At the heart of the Epicentrum is the Epicentrum Walk (E-walk), a semi-outdoor, partially airconditioned retail corridor, featuring cafÚs, restaurants and entertainment bars, complete with a water fountain, tropical trees and artistic street furniture for the public. Even the art gallery building has a creative secondary skin made out of neon lights and recycled glass bottles to jazz up the walk. The concept of civic space plays a big part in this development; all ground level areas of the buildings must be made available for public use. A riverfront promenade, set to become a centre for urban activity, has also been designed with generous civic space. Taking into account the tropical climate, the E-walk has a north-south orientation to reduce solar gain from the east-west side, and which also cools the place as it allows for natural cross-ventilation. The strategic placement of trees for shading and the water fountain help to reduce the ambient temperatur

Hotel Concert Hall

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Taman Ismail Marzuki project is really cool, I love it!
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Gandaria City - The largest integrated mixed use development in South Jakarta



Location: Jalan Arteri Pondok Indah, Gandaria Selatan, South Jakarta
Area: 58 hectares
Residences: Gandaria Heights Apartment Tower A and B (32 and 34 floors, 600 units). Price: ID Rp 500 millions – 1.3 billions (US $51,000 – 132,000).
Office: Gandaria Eight, 32 floor office tower with 64,000 sqm floor area.
Commercials: Gandaria Mainstreet Mall, consists of 325 tenants in 190,000 sqm area.
Hotel: Novotel of 300 rooms (in negotiation).
Developer: Pakuwon Group
Investment: US $214 millions

Main Street "The New Jakarta Main Street City Lifestyle"

Celebrating Jakarta's historic role as a hub of economic growth for the country, Main Street is a dense urban mixed-use development, over 500,000 sq.m. of GFA on an 8.5 hectare site. Take part in an endless adventure filled with worldly surprises, excitement and romance in the unique consortium of Main Streets of the wolrd found only at Main Street's conceptualized "living street" of residential condominiums, luxury hotel, an office, and exhilarating retail establishments.

As the exterior and mid-portion composition enticingly draw visitors in with human scale characteristics of Main Streets of the World through playful trellises, ledges, and balconies, the Main Street Mall further magnetizes with unique features such as the Wall of Me, and the Feature Lift Cage, both of transparent metal structure, identified colors, textures and rhythm rightfully expressing the timeless and classic trends in style.


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Sahid Sudirman Residence, Serenity in the City of Jakarta



Pikko Group in partnership with Sahid Group develop remarkable property project in Sudirman, the prominent business district of Jakarta. They build high class apartment: Sahid Sudirman Residence, located in Hotel Sahid Jaya complex.

“60 percent of 696 units available in this apartment have been sold in just one year. We have target to make it sold out in October or December this year. Customer can start occupying their units in 2009. ”, said Sicilia Alexander, the Director of Sahid Sudirman Residence.

Sahid Sudirman Residence was designed by architecture consultant from Australia. It consists of 39 floors with one garden for every 3 floors. The family could enjoy entertainment, barbeque, and even golf. The developer brings the concept “Serenity in the City”.

The apartments also provide conference room, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, fitness center, library, reading area, and so on.

The topping-off of Sahid Sudirman Residence has just started this May 2008.
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Senayan Square



Twenty hectares (49 acres) of urban redevelopment project is underway creating a mixed -use complex on the south side of Indonesia’s capital city of Jakarta . Land were procured from the government by way of a 40 - year lease, at the end of which the land and buildings must be returned to the government free of charge, under what is known as a build - operate - transfer (BOT) scheme. Kajima Overseas Asia Pte. Ltd (KOA) began the development in 1989. The Shopping mall opened in 1996, followed by the first office building and twin luxury apartment towers. The project provides a lavish space where visitors can easily stroll through the facilities, escaping the bustle of the capital city.



The unique feature of the project is that Kajima is handling the commercial development as well as the design and construction, and that the project is operated by Kajima’s local subsidiary P.T. Senayan Trikarya Sempana. Kajima’s expertise in a wide range of fields, accumulated over many years, has been harnessed to manage Senayan Square . Today, the development has such a commanding presence in the locality that the word “Senayan” now normally refers to the Shopping Center, Plaza Senayan, rather than the Locality. The quality of Plaza Senayan is amply demonstrated by the numerous specialty shops, including high - end international fashion brand stores found there, and the approximately 15 million visitors per year.

Senayan Areal View in Southern Jakarta

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St. Moritz, the Tallest Building in Indonesia

Indonesia will have one of the tallest buildings in the world as Lippo Group is to build The St. Moritz, a residential project in the area of 135 hectare in Puri Indah, West Jakarta. The 66 floored building will be the icon as the tallest building in Indonesia.



Michael Riyadi, the Director of Lippo Karawaci said that St Moritz will consist of 17 skyscrapers which one of them will be 65 floored. The office spaces are exclusively for Top 500 Fortunes Companies.

There will be 20 thousand people living in St Moritz and 13 thousand people in the apartments (2,600 units). In the area, there will be 45 hectare exclusive shopping mall with Sea World inside, 5 stars hotel with 500 luxurious rooms managed by Aryaduta, 6 hectare Convention Center, Siloam Hospital, Cinema 21, Fitness Centers, 2,500 m2 spa, country club, wedding chapel, and helipad.

St Moritz Penthouse and Residence claims to be the one and only property development in Indonesia which merge 11 in 1, eleven facilities in one area. It integrates new concept of vertical city with global standard facilities. Lippo is inviting world class consultant to accomplish the project.

Michael is very certain the St Moritz will beyond other property projects in Indonesia. The area planned to be divided as blocks, similar to cosmopolitan world’s cities as London and New York. Lippo Group invests 11 trillion IDR (1.2 billion USD) in this project. All come from internal asset of the Group.

In the first phase, Lippo has been building 3 apartments: The St. Moritz, The St. Tropez, and The St. Monaco for 2.5 years. Those three apartments are the exclusive and private ones. The St. Moritz consists of only 4 units in each floor. St Tropez has only 6 units in each floor and 8 units in each floor for St Monaco.

At this moment, Peak Tower (55 floors) and BNI 46 (55 floors) claimed to be the tallest building in Indonesia. In the neighborhood country, Petronas of Malaysia (88 floor) stands to be the tallest building. In the end of this year, Burj Dubai is about to complete their 850 m height construction to claim the tallest building on earth.
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Kota Kasablanca of Pakuwon Group, a True Lifestyle Center in Jakarta



Envisioned to be the true lifestyle center in Jakarta, PT Elite Prima Hutama, a subsidiary of Pakuwon Group develops superblock KOTA KASABLANCA comprising apartment, office tower and international hotel. It will be a 9.5 hectare premier tourism, shopping and entertainment destination.

Located in Jakarta’s business district, Casablanca Street, the superblock is to celebrate the vibrant colors, pattern, details and experience of Casablanca City in Morocco incorporating with the common legacy of trading and rich cultural heritage of Indonesia.

Designed by CADIZ International Architects and PT Envirotec Indonesia, KOTA KASABLANCA will consist of:
Shopping Mall: 19,500 m2
Office: 82,000 m2
Apartment: 16,100 m2
International Class Hotel: 53,000 m2
Total Floor Area: 491,000 m2



With PT Gistama Intisemesta as the structure consultant, KOTA KASABLANCA brings the atmosphere of Morocco’s Casablanca City for the shoppers and residents. There will be an open sidewalk adorned with Moroccan mosaic, named Mosaic Walk. Various concepts of restaurants and cafes will have the accent of particular bricks and special stones for paving along the Mosaic Walk. An open stage for music and art performance will also be provided for better environment completed with huge Spanish steps and fountain.

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