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Old January 5th, 2009, 02:45 PM   #41
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Pacific Place Jakarta - Phase II

The first phase of Pacific Place is already finished. Tan Kian, one of property tycoon in Indonesia, is planning to build the second phase of Pacific Place Jakarta.





Located behind the 1st Pacific Place in SCBD, the 2nd phase will be :
a 70 storeys Apartment / Hotel / Service apartment / Office tower ( haven't decided yet )
Retail mall
2,500 sqm Ballroom
a 40 storeys Apartment / Hotel / Service apartment / Office tower ( haven't decided yet )
the upcoming Green Line Monorail Station will be built inside the mall. And between the 1st & the 2nd will be connected by a pedestrian walkway.

Official site : www.pacificplace.co.id
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Old January 5th, 2009, 02:48 PM   #42
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Taman Ria Senayan

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Located on Senayan, Indonesia, Taman Ria Place is a medium scale F&B Mall, 3 storey and 1 level basement [25.000 sqm]. Formed by flying ribbons idea of flowing Architecture to construct the massing. The Ribbons will create a dynamic effect, fly through inside of the mall becoming interior feature.

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Old January 5th, 2009, 06:32 PM   #43
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looks much better than Dubai for me! Bravo Indonesia!!!
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Old January 5th, 2009, 07:04 PM   #44
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Many Greats Project in Jakarta in 2009!

Good for Jakarta's skyline!!
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Old January 7th, 2009, 06:46 AM   #45
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JAKARTA TOWER



Jakarta Tower (588m) when Built in 2009 will be the tallest free standing Tower in the World Surpassing CN Tower (553m). The winning design was created by Murphi/Iohn from the United States. However, since the design was too costly to develop, the government opted the runner-up design by East China Architecture Design & Research Institute (ECADI), who created Oriental Pearl Tower in China.

Left to right: KL Tower, Shanghai Pearl Oriental Tower, Toronto's CN Tower and Jakarta Tower



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Old January 7th, 2009, 08:22 AM   #46
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Indonesia Tower (Proposed)



The notion of stacked atria, which Skidmore, Owings & Merrill used in several projects over the last generation, has been employed by Jean-Paul Viguier for the Jakarta (Indonesia) Tower, a 1,186-foot-high structure that is 150 feet in diameter and consists of five 25-story modules that the authors say "look like Dixie cups stacked on top of one another - separated from each other by spacious sky lobbies." The 1995 design, the authors added, remains "in the concept stage."
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Old January 7th, 2009, 08:38 AM   #47
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Indonesia will have The Biggest LED videoscreens tower in SEA.

The Grand Indonesia tower



The Grand Indonesia tower (Jakarta, Indonesia) is a 57-story skyscraper covered with two LED videoscreens. The low-resolution back screen presents abstract motion art and the high-resolution foreground screen periodically presents lifestyle and branding content along the face of the building. Building visuals (both high and low resolution), comprise approximately 60,000 sq. ft. of LED video coverage along the exterior curtain wall.



The building was created by Darryl Yamamoto, AIA, director of Austin Veum Robbins Partners (AVRP) and Mixed Use Studio, both of Los Angeles (AVRP also has a San Diego office). Yamamoto was formerly with RTKL, where he designed the project.

“Essentially, the LED grid followed the form of the building’s curtain wall,” Yamamoto said. “Thus, the LED video strips were mounted against the building in several types of formations. In some instances, where there was glass, the LED video strips were placed inside the glass, facing outwards towards the public. Where there were opaque, metal panels on the building skin, the LED strips were recessed into reveals.”

via: http://www.electronicdisplaycentral....annel/1/id/871

The Grand Indonesia Tower shines brightly along the main boulevard in Jakarta.



Perhaps the most spectacular video cladding has been applied to the Grand Indonesia Tower in Jakarta. The 3.7-million-sq.-ft., mixed-use center, which is still under construction, features retail stores, a hotel and, as its centerpiece, a 57-story office tower.

The building was created by Darryl Yamamoto, AIA, director of Austin Veum Robbins Partners (AVRP) and Mixed Use Studio, both of Los Angeles (AVRP also has a San Diego office). Yamamoto was formerly with RTKL, where he designed the project.

"Essentially, the LED grid followed the form of the building's curtain wall," Yamamoto said. "Thus, the LED video strips were mounted against the building in several types of formations. In some instances, where there was glass, the LED video strips were placed inside the glass, facing outwards towards the public. Where there were opaque, metal panels on the building skin, the LED strips were recessed into reveals."

The tower's entire, front façade is covered with at least 60,000 sq. ft. of LED arrays. The 96-ft.-wide x 420-ft.-tall screen comprises approximately three-fourths of that space. The building crown and side walls will also feature LED lighting, which will draw attention to the front of building displays.

While LED lighting has become very "che-che" with architects, a few visionary building developers see the value of video walls as part of their buildings' design. Ideally, a perfect design would combine both lighting and video into a complete, visual motif.

Yamamoto observed that a building is normally defined by its exterior shape and, in some instances, the use of exterior lighting, which emphasizes that shape.

"Up to now, architecture has been about fitting buildings into 3-D space," Yamamoto said. "Videoscreens that completely cover a building's surface change the equation of how a building occupies that space. In a sense, a videoscreen covering a building surface places it in a fourth dimension, where pictorial and iconic imagery now become a representational feature of how the building presents itself."

Standard (Los Angeles), a company that develops architecturally integrated, multimedia installations, developed the tower's videoscreen and is designing its content. Adrian Velicescu, Standard's president, said, "This building isn't only the largest skyscraper in Jakarta," he noted, "but, upon completion [in 2007], its videoscreen will be the largest LED display in the world."

The screen is being manufactured by Odeco (Barcelona, Spain) and EuroSmartVision (Antony, France). TransMedia Wall, the Grand Indonesia Tower's video wall, has been developed in collaboration between Standard and EuroSmartVision.

Velicescu stated, "Very large videoscreens aren't just billboards. These screens also have a social responsibility to offer a 'civil function' beyond just advertising and branding messages. Kinetic art and socially relevant iconic graphics will also be shown on the building face. We believe that content should have some direct relationship to its surrounding community.

"We perceive about half the building's sign content will be revenue based, and the other half will be public-service announcements and art," Velicescu said. "All of this content will be designed with a natural visual pacing to make it compelling and more universally accepted by its viewing audiences."
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Old January 7th, 2009, 09:11 AM   #48
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Bakrie Tower

Jakarta, Indonesia



Bakrie Tower is a 90,000 sq.m. 50-level corporate headquarters for one of Indonesia's premier land development corporations. The tower will house corporate offices for the company and includes an art gallery, conferencing and executive facilities to the upper levels. This unique twisting and rotating form tower will become the main anchor in a proposed Urban Development in Central Jakarta.



This project was a direct commission for HOK and follows other successful developments in Jakarta.



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BrAvo JAKARTA!!!
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Old January 7th, 2009, 06:12 PM   #50
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Haven't seen the realization of the first project posted in this thread begins.. i'm one of their student...

but it's a very nice plan..
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Old January 8th, 2009, 02:17 PM   #51
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Haven't seen the realization of the first project posted in this thread begins.. i'm one of their student...

but it's a very nice plan..
UI station? isn't it?

next year i'll try to apply in UI, i hope i can received in that university..hehehe...still in high scholl please pray for my graduating
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Old January 10th, 2009, 01:56 PM   #52
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the taman ria project looks good..considering how the site it looks now..it's an abandoned mini theme park and only has a factory outlet, TGI Fridays and Embassy Club that still keeps the site alive..still remember though in late 2001(CMIIW) the mini theme park was still functioning and looking the total opposite of what it looks now
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the taman ria project looks good..considering how the site it looks now..it's an abandoned mini theme park and only has a factory outlet, TGI Fridays and Embassy Club that still keeps the site alive..still remember though in late 2001(CMIIW) the mini theme park was still functioning and looking the total opposite of what it looks now
Embassy will be relocated very soon. Is it a sign that the project is back from hiatus?

and yah...

Don't ever try to build this one. Not with that design, please. It's crap. This is Jakarta, not Vegas or somewhere China.
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nice projects
this one reminds me of swiss re + torre agbar



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Old January 26th, 2009, 06:13 AM   #56
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Never knew jakarta had these kinds of projects. It's amazing, but Jakarta has a bigger project in the future which is SOLVING THE FLOOD PROBLEMS!!!!!!!!

The projects aren't photo-realistic enough since Jakarta waters are like sea of garbage.
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Old January 27th, 2009, 03:04 AM   #57
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fantastic projects, I can't wait for some of these to get built. Go Indonesia, I especially like these:









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fantastic projects, I can't wait for some of these to get built. Go Indonesia, I especially like these:

Only this one turns into realization by far. It's being U/C now. Just in case you're interested, the update for this project is here

Btw, this building much reminds me to:
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The Campuan, Bali Island, Indonesia



Site Area: 8,000 square metres
Gross Floor Area :2,500 square metres
Building Height (storeys) :2 (maximum)
Expected Construction Completion Date :April 2009

@Samuel, I thought the title of this thread is 'Jakarta Project'
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