Broadway Malyan has been appointed to design eight towers for the CIBIS Business Park, a 12-hectare development in Jakarta, Indonesia. Previously, the firm developed the site’s original masterplan, as well as the design for Tower 9, and has since then been asked to additionally deliver Towers 1 through 8.
The goal of the overall project is to create a business village that reflects Indonesian culture, as well as international characteristics in order to bring people together in shared and mixed-use spaces.
The additional appointments for the other towers will help us to ensure continuity and integrity of the design approach and further the high quality office space in the area, noted Ed Baker, Director of Broadway Malyan.
The project features a variety of sustainability measures, like underground parking to keep street levels pedestrian-friendly, green roofs, and rainwater management. Through these features, among others, the project has received LEED Platinum Pre-certification.
Tower 7 of the project will be a residential space, and all others will bring additional office space to the development.
Tower 9, the originally commissioned tower, is composed of 54,800 square meters of office and ground-level retail space, with the largest Grade-A office floor space in Jakarta, at 4,000 square meters. Tower 9 is expected to be completed this summer.
News via Broadway Malyan.