CIBIS is a masterplan for the regeneration of an existing business park to create 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. The square features a Banyan tree, which is a symbol of power and success in Javanese culture.

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, which will cover an 11.7-hectare site and include a cluster of tall buildings and a business hotel with conference, leisure facilities and retail uses.

The project came about in response 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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