UK-based practice Broadway Malyan has been appointed to deliver the masterplan for Cilandak Bisnis Square in Jakarta – the company’s first project in Indonesia.
Client Bhumyamka Sekawan is aiming to create a sustainable business community which provides high-quality office space and facilities to attract major international companies.
Broadway Malyan has completed the concept masterplan and secured a brief to deliver the schematic masterplan, as well as the concept architecture and branding for the project.
The scheme covers a 11.7 hectare site and includes a cluster of tall buildings and a business hotel with conference, leisure facilities and retail uses.
The design will focus on a central square inspired by the Javanese ‘alun alun’, a traditional town square and heart of civic activity. The square is set to feature a Banyan tree to symbolise power and future success.
Ed Baker, director of masterplanning, Broadway Malyan, said: “This prestigious project is drawing on the diverse skills, expertise and experience of our expert global design team of masterplanners, architects and designers.
“It is also our first project in Indonesia, where we are actively growing our business.”