CIBIS is a 12-hectare masterplan for a vibrant new office community in Jakarta, Indonesia. Inspired by the Javenese planning concept of the ‘alun alun’ – the traditional town square and heart of civic activity – the design focuses on a central square which incorporates a Banyan tree, which is a symbol of power and success in Javanese culture.

Broadway Malyan developed both the concept and schematic masterplans before being appointed to design the architecture, landscape architecture, and branding and wayfinding for the rest of the scheme. 

The first phase of the project, Tower 9, has now completed. It comprises 54,800 sqm of office and ground level retail space and includes the largest Grade A space available in Jakarta, with floorplates of 4,000 sqm.

Broadway Malyan is designing a further eight towers for the masterplan. Whilst primarily providing office space, a number of other uses are proposed for these buildings including serviced apartments, conference facilities, hotel and retail and leisure units.

The project responds to the Indonesian government’s new sustainability agenda and planning initiatives and the objective is to be a pioneering scheme in the promotion of sustainable office developments in Indonesia.

Best Office Design (Tower 9), Indonesia Property Awards 2015 (Highly Commended)




Client:  Bhumyamaka Sekawan
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
Size: 11.7 hectares
Skills: Masterplanning, Architecture, Landscape Design, Graphics
Status: On-site

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