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.
Benoy announce that the firm has won the international competition to masterplan the new 139ha campus for one of the most prestigious private universities in Indonesia, UNTAR University.
Design: PHL Architects. Taking the design conceived by Russian architect Vladimir Tatlin for St. Petersburg after the the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. Now PHL Architects have taken that design into the 21st century, proposing a version in Jakarta.
The Stone Ubud project is located in 6.5 Ha Payangan on an 35 degrees sloping hill of Ubud, sited on the real painting of Walter Spies and surrounded by the river famous Ayung.
Ciputra Artpreneur is one of Jakarta’s latest and most significant cultural venues, uniquely integrated into the top levels of the Ciputra World Jakarta Mall, a commercial landmark located at the heart of the city’s Golden Triangle.
Design: MVRDV / Jerde / Arup. An international design team made up of MVRDV (overall design), The Jerde Partnership (commercial podium) and ARUP, collaborated to create Peruri 88 – a new landmark icon for Jakarta. It will be a vertical city in one building combining Jakarta’s need for more green spaces with the need for densification. The tower is a 400m tall mixed-use project with retail, offices, housing, a luxury hotel, four levels of parking, a wedding house, a mosque, imax theatres and an outdoor amphitheatre.
The 2500 square meter Marine Research Center would be located 150 meters off shore from the of Kuta beach. It is an imposing fluid structure that seamlessly adapts to its natural aquatic environment and allows visitors and scientist to have a direct visual connection to the exterior.
Design: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF). The Sequis Centre Tower in Jakarta, to be Indonesia’s first LEED Platinum building, has started on site. The tower building paves a new direction for Jakarta’s future growth, not only redefining the CBD skyline, but also setting a new standard for sustainability within Indonesia’s burgeoning economy.
A group of young Indonesian architects in the habit of touring a part of Indonesia each year arrived to find four of the last surviving examples of these houses, two of which were in need of renovation.
Cohabitation is the main theme of this design of the house in which in the front side directly connecting to the neighbor and surrounding environment, this building is only in the form of verandah/porch such as local traditional house, in which people can make social interaction more easily.
Sea Sentosa by Sentosa Worldwide Resorts has won the title of ‘World’s Best Apartment’ at the International Property Awards in London. Attendees at the awards included Mr. Saxon Looker, Managing Director and Mr. Ian Duffell CEO of Sentosa Worldwide Resorts.
Global architecture, urbanism and design practice Broadway Malyan has pushed into Indonesia with an appointment to deliver the masterplan for the high-profile Cilandak Bisnis Square (CIBIS) project in Jakarta, on behalf of client Bhumyamka Sekawan.
The Central Park is located along Jalan S. Parman Highway in Western Jakarta, Indonesia, comprising of 5 components, namely a 5-storey retail podium with basement, a 40-storey office tower, a hotel, 3 identical 48-storey apartment towers and an open green park.
DMHQ Building located in southern part of Jakarta, in the area where large residential houses mix with small office activities. Build to accommodate a medium family business with 15 strong staff, it appears as 5 individual tiny buildings, arrange within the surrounding lust greeneries in this 450 sqm land.
This hotel and villa development is designed as an ecologically sustainable development. Located on the dry savannah landscape of the Bukit Peninsular on the dramatic southern cliffs of the Indonesian island of Bali, it comprises of a 50 suite hotel with 35 residential villas.
In this project, folding method is applied to gain new form of architecture. Exploration process begins with multifold of papers. The results are specific form of folding, similar to what is known in Japan as origami.
Nestled within Harvey Nichols’ sixth store outside the UK will be Manolo Blahnik’s first retail space in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.
Azwar Anaz House, Indonesian residence design by Budi Pradono Architects: Indonesian home images, contemporary residential property, building, architecture