Telkom Landmark Tower

Jakarta, Indonesia
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As the nation’s largest telecommunications provider, Telkomsel wanted its new building to signals the company’s continued prominence within the industry. The headquarter wants to provide a sustainable workplace that increases business productivity and collaboration for its forward-thinking industry leaders.

The complex consists of a multi-story podium that links the main 50-story and the 20-story new office towers with an already existing building. The main 220 meter tall office tower integrates with the latest sustainability design strategies, from high-performance double-glazing, mitigation of solar heat gain, innovative water reclamation, and reuse techniques, as well as corridors that receive plenty of natural light.

The complex has a wide array of amenities including an auditorium, a mosque, a fitness center and a sun-shading facade that reduces heat gain by 30% throughout the main public space. The facade's design pays homage to traditional Indonesian textiles with combining a contemporary dichroic glass coupled with an ornate metal screen inspired by the batik patterns.

Project Facts
Location : Jakarta, Indonesia
Client : PT. Telkom Landmark Tower
Design Architect : Woods Bagot (USA)
Architect of Record : PDW Architects
Project Area : 150,000 m2
Number of Tower : 2
Number of Stories : 50
Building Height : 220m
Award & Recognition : Bronze medal in the 9th edition of the annual MIPIM Asia Awards in Hong Kong