PT Telkom Landmark Tower Jakarta building

PT Telkom Landmark Tower Jakarta Building

A defining presence on the skyline, the new headquarters for Indonesia’s largest telecommunications company consists of three new interconnected buildings: a 20-story office building, a 48-story office building connected by a six-story podium.

Jakarta Jaya: the Green Manhattan

Jakarta Jaya: the Green Manhattan

Jakarta Jaya: the Green Manhattan, a green master plan proposal by SHAU Architects, has won a Smart Cities prize at the World Architecture Festival 2017. Residents will enjoy access to plenty of lush tropical parks, beaches, lakes and canals.

Unilever Headquarters

Unilever Headquarters in Jakarta

Design: Aedas

This new Unilever Indonesia office houses all employees from four separate offices in Jakarta under one roof. Aedas architectural and interior designs embody the global company’s vision, values and European heritage within the Indonesian context.

Microlibrary Bima

Microlibrary Bima in Indonesia

Architects: SHAU

With high illiteracy rate in Indonesia and lack of reading facilities, SHAU -a multi-awarded rising architecture practice- started a mission: to rekindle interest in books by offering a designed place for reading paired with multiple community activities.

Clay House

Clay House on Lombok Island

Design: Budi Pradono Architects

This house is located in Selong Belanak. Southern part of central Lombok Island in West Nusa Tenggara. It is 30 minutes drive from Lombok International Airport of Praya.

Melali House

Melali House in Bali

Design: Thomas Winwood Architecture

Contained by a stone clad boundary wall, with the temple in the north east and the shared spaces in the heart of the property. The buildings have been arranged and constructed to create an airy, tranquil and easy feeling.

Residence in East Java

IPCW Residence: Indonesia

Design: Ivan Priatman Architecture

This courtyard residence for a young family of 4 in Surabaya is on a rectangular 464 sqm corner lot. It is in a new semi-urban residential development where houses are grouped in clusters and share a party wall with each other.