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    Bandung juga udah mulai rajet, jalan butut, samapah dimana2, untung aja persib runner up huhuuhu ... Dody B Satriyo super_al9@yahoo.com rular.wordpress.com
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      Bandung juga udah mulai rajet, jalan butut, samapah dimana2, untung aja persib runner up huhuuhu
       
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      From: sukmadi rafiuddin <sukmadi.rafiuddin@...>
      To: lima_03@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2009 4:30:04 PM
      Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009

      Gedung2 boleh tinggi sampai langit, bling2 arsitektur lah, tetep aja jakarta mah udah rujit buat tinggal...untung aja skycrappernya rata2 dibangun di jakarta...silahkan lah berpenat ria disana (moga2 aja bandung ngga kaya gini...)


      On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 3:24 PM, aris azhari <psikopat_04@ yahoo.com> wrote:



      Kalau misalnya udah jadi, besoknya/minggu depan udah rajet deui moal nya ku urang2 indonesia? hehehe


       
       
       
       
      UI Station 1 and UI Station 2, UniversitY Of Indonesia

      Spoiler for UI:



      Site Area: 70,400 square metres

      Gross Floor Area
      3,250 square metres (UI Station 1)
      3,250 square metres (UI Station 2)

      Building Height (metres): 14
      Building Height (storeys): 2
      Construction Start Date: 2009
      Scheduled Completion Date: 2010

      The University of Indonesia or Universitas Indonesia (UI) maintains 100 hectares of forest within its 309-hectare site area. With six lakes scattered over the campus area, it offers a harmonious jungle environment for the school. The UI Station 1 and Station 2 are an external and internal means of transportation to and from the campus.



      The stations are designed to blend and connect with its surroundings, linking to pedestrian and bicycle tracks to provide easy access. Where necessary, new walkways and cycling tracks will be built to further improve accessibility. The bridge connecting the UI campus to Station 2 will become a new main gate for visitors.



      The design of the new stations is inspired by the concept of movement; the building masses were made ‘fluid’, to represent the dynamics of the train movement.



      Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.
      Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.

      samuel89 no está en línea  
      Taman Ismail Marzuki (Ismael Marzuki Cultural Park)


      Spoiler for TIM:

      Site Area: 7.2 hectares
      Gross Floor Area :18,720 square metres
      Building Height (meters) :27
      Building Height (storeys): 5
      Construction Start Date: March 2009
      Scheduled Completion Date: March 2010



      The existing Taman Ismail Marzuki is an old place dedicated to the arts. The government and the Indonesian Architecture Institute of DKI Jakarta called for a design competition to revitalise and transform it into a vibrant public space and green reservoir for the city. Andra Matin’s team came up with the award-winning design.



      Thematic park

      “Ismail Marzuki” is the name of a famous native musician, and it has been attached to this development for a long time. In commemoration of his place in the Indonesian music scene, the designers borrowed notes from a well known song he created and used it as a ‘tool’ to define the park’s landscape and architecture. Superimposed on the site, the notes become the placement spots for new trees, sky lights and furniture, while the grid lines mark the access into the site. Used also on the building, the composition creates dynamic façades, consisting of different intensities of lines, dots, layers and depth.

      Bridge


      The bridge is designed as a packed container to reduce building coverage area; it is used to accommodate as many function as it can, not only from the previous existing building, but also new programmes related to the arts and other supporting facilities like F&B outlets. At the same time, it symbolically connects the old and new functions, and the public and private areas of the whole park. The container itself is five storeys high, but it is elevated 12 metres above the ground to allow for the continuity of space.

       
      The Plaza Indonesia

      Spoiler for PI:



      The Plaza Indonesia Extension project is the second phase of a super-block development, located at one of the most prestigious intersections in Jakarta. This mixed-use project consists of one 50 story office tower, one 46 story luxury condominium tower, a six level retail podium, and five levels of subterranean parking and building services. The total gross area of construction is approximately 200,000 square meters (2.15 million square. feet).



      Btw this project is confirmed:
      "Since its founding, the Company has remained focused on its main business, which is developing and managing prime property in Jalan M. H. Thamrin, Jakarta . In 2004 , the Company plans to recommence the Phase 2 Extension Project which has been halted in 1998 due to the country's economic crisis.



      Ciputra World

      Spoiler for ciputra world:



      The Ciputra World Jakarta, which is expected to cost about Rp 4.2 trillion to build, will be developed in stages over a period of between three and seven years. Construction will commence by the end of this year.

      The 558,000 square meter Ciputra World superblock will be built on an 11-hectare plot in the heart of the city's "Golden Triangle", linking Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said, Jl. Jendral Sudirman and Jl. Gatot Subroto.

      "The project will be developed in three phases. The first two are expected to be completed by 2010, while the date for the third has still not been decided. But it shouldn't take longer than 2012," company director Artadinata Djangkar said.

      Rasuna Epicentrum

      Spoiler for rasuna epicentrum:

      Location: Jalan HR Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Central Jakarta
      Area: 54.7 hectares
      Office: Bakrie Tower, 48 floors with total floor area of 60,000 sqm.
      Epicentrum Walk, retail center of 25,600 sqm and 190 units of strata title 3-floored-office building with total floor area of 13,000 sqm
      Concert Hall
      The Grove Condominium, 2 tower of 440 units
      Developer: PT Bakrieland Development Tbk.
      Investment: US $1.7 billion



      The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

      Financial Tower



      The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

      Bakrie Tower



      At the heart of the Epicentrum is the Epicentrum Walk (E-walk), a semi-outdoor, partially airconditioned retail corridor, featuring cafés, restaurants and entertainment bars, complete with a water fountain, tropical trees and artistic street furniture for the public. Even the art gallery building has a creative secondary skin made out of neon lights and recycled glass bottles to jazz up the walk. The concept of civic space plays a big part in this development; all ground level areas of the buildings must be made available for public use. A riverfront promenade, set to become a centre for urban activity, has also been designed with generous civic space. Taking into account the tropical climate, the E-walk has a north-south orientation to reduce solar gain from the east-west side, and which also cools the place as it allows for natural cross-ventilation. The strategic placement of trees for shading and the water fountain help to reduce the ambient temperatur

      Hotel Concert Hall

      Redevelopment of Station Manggarai

      Spoiler for manggarai:






      Manggarai Commercial Centre

      Take a look of this concept, it's been a while and looks interesting to discuss, project in 72 hectare site to contain:

      -Manggarai Retail and Office Space Complex,
      -Manggarai Integrated Terminal:
      -Passenger Terminal,
      -Cargo Terminal
      -Warehouse
      -Airlines check-in counter area,
      -Bus interchange
      -Elevated Railway Track.





      REGATTA The Icon, a Nautical Theme Superblock in Jakarta



      Every country has iconic building: Eiffel Tower in Paris, Leaning Tower of Pissa in Italy, Pyramid in Egypt, and Statue of Liberty in US. What about Indonesia? The next icon of Indonesia will be REGATTA, a collaborative mega project between PT Dharmala Intiland and PT Global Ekabuana.

      Created by architect WS Atkins who also designed Burj Al Arab in Dubai, REGATTA The Icon comprises 10 apartment towers, hotels, Aqua Park and Service Apartment in a land of 11 hectare. With a view facing Java Sea, the exclusive residential REGATTA offers waterfront living concept.

      Word “Regatta” comes from a type of ship used for racing, and it is transformed into the silhouette of sailing ships and a lighthouse.



      The price list:
      - Sea View Type Apartment Unit, 260 m2 = US $400,000.
      - Aqua Park Type Apartment Unit, 243 m2 = US $452,630.
      - Penthouse Type, 450 m2 = US $842,100.

      Project Manager of BKMB, Aryadi Limansagita said that the construction will be finished in November 2009.

      Kuningan Central Station (Monorail Project

      Spoiler for kuningan station:

      Project Name: Kuningan Central Station
      Location :Jakarta, Indonesia
      Status : Design Development
      Expected Completion : 2008 (Green Line); 2010 (Blue Line)
      Gross Floor Area :2,700 m2 (includes stairs, bridge, concourse and platform)



      Jakarta’s two-line Monorail system is part of a multi-pronged effort to alleviate congestion in Indonesia’s capital city. The planned Monorail consists of two lines: the green line will circle the business and trading district; the blue line will cross that same area of the city. Once operational, the system is expected to carry some 120,000 passengers on a daily basis.

      The design for the green line’s Kuningan Central Station is driven by two main factors: first, it will take on a significant visual role in the city’s streetscape; and secondly, as an open structure, it has to consider Jakarta’s tropical climate. As one of the larger stations in the two-line monorail system, it will also act as a prototype for other stations along the line.

      The monorail at Kuningan Central Station is elevated above Rasuna Street in the business district, with the station occupying the space above a median strip separating traffic lanes. At 16 metres high and 60 metres long, the station must compete visually with the area’s large buildings. With that in mind, the designers sought to reduce the size of the building mass, making it as transparent and light as possible.



      As the stations are really more shelters than enclosed buildings, the designers also wanted to make sure that the station itself, the waiting areas and the access bridges were all open and incorporated into the street to not change the character of street life.

      They sought inspiration for the structure from a tree, with the design filtering out sunlight and creating shade at street level. A layered roof functions as the top of the tree, cooling down the hot air as it flows through the building. (To reduce costs, other stations will have a different roof structure.)

      The station’s structure is made of light concrete and steel to occupy as little space as possible while also being earthquake proof.
       
      Jakarta’s Transportation Future



      Now that the Jakarta bus rapid transit (BRT) system is deemed a success, the government looks to other transportation systems to create a comprehensive city network that takes the pressure off the city’s overloaded roadways.

      Monorail

      Construction on the Monorail project is to start in 2007. The system will comprise two lines, designated by colour, that aim to alleviate congestion in Jakarta’s business district. The Blue line will run for 13.5 kilometres and have 15 stations; the Green Line will circle the district for 14.3 kilometres with 16 stations.

      MRT

      Construction is slated to start in 2010, running along the north-south corridor of the city. The subway train will run for 19 kilometres and will have the capacity to carry 45,000 passengers per hour, each direction.

      Waterways Transport

      Jakarta has over 13 rivers that are wide enough to be used for waterway transport. This transport development is hoped to stimulate the city’s waterfront spaces and attract tourism, while preserving Jakarta’s rivers and canals. There are currently plans for six main waterway lanes, providing 61 kilometres of transport.

      Hub Station

      Dukuh Atas in South Jakarta will become the city’s main integrated transportation hub, interfacing with the LRT (the existing commuter train), MRT, Monorail, Waterways and Busway.
      Department of Religion Office

      Spoiler for department relgion:

      Location : Jl. M.H Thamrin. Beside Menara BPPT.
      Office Tower, 20 Storeys

      JAKARTA TOWER

      Spoiler for jkt tower:



      Jakarta Tower (588m) when Built in 2009 will be the tallest free standing Tower in the World Surpassing CN Tower (553m). The winning design was created by Murphi/Iohn from the United States. However, since the design was too costly to develop, the government opted the runner-up design by East China Architecture Design & Research Institute (ECADI), who created Oriental Pearl Tower in China.

      Left to right: KL Tower, Shanghai Pearl Oriental Tower, Toronto's CN Tower and Jakarta Tower



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      Indonesia Movieland - The Hollywood of Indonesia



      Indonesia Movieland is PT Jababeka’s vision of the future for Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry. Capitalising on PT Jababeka’s corporate legacy of being a pioneer in the industrial sector since 1989, we seek to contribute to the establishment and development of Indonesia creative industry sector. Our focus is on the TV broadcast and film industry.

      Indonesia Movieland is envisioned to be “the 1st one stop TV broadcast and film industry centre in Indonesia”. Accommodated in 36 ha of land in Kota Jababeka, it will provide the facilities and resources needed to bring Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry to greater height.

      RARE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

      1. Positioned at the heart of 5600 ha Kota Jababeka, Indonesia movieland has the rare benefit of the convenience of using the various existing facilities located close to each other within Kota Jababeka for shooting locations.

      2. It also has the advantage of shooting permit efficiency because Indonesia Movieland works in partnership with Kota Jababeka management who administer the 5600 ha Kota Jababeka.

      3. Jababeka Industrial Estate houses 1350 factories from 23 countries, all of which have some need for above the line promotion. They are the captive market for the TV commercial producers

      4. Kota Jababeka has two private power plants (Bekasi Power & Cikarang Listrindo) serving all of its area, as such the great need of electricity in TV broadcast and film industry can certainly be met without much difficulty

      5. The President Film Academy will provide the much needed quality talent and professional for the TV broadcast and film industry



      INDONESIA MOVIELAND COMPLEX

      1. Various studio facilities of different sizes, suited to the making of TV commercials, films and live broadcast programs.

      2. Flexible working spaces to accommodated both pre-production and post-production works of the industry, start up companies or established ones equally

      3. Uniquely designed cultural centre that will be one of the landmark of Indonesia’s creative industry facility.

      4. In cooperation with President University, the President Film Academy will train the next generation of Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film professionals.

      5. A wide variety of accommodations to take care the needs of everybody from film crews to high level producers and talents

      6. Classy and comfortable cafes and entertainment spaces that opens 24hours to suit the different working style and lifestyle of the creative industry people

      7. Complete commercial facilities to ensure that both residents and guests will be able to find their needs and wants within the area

      8. Residences starting from high rise apartment blocks to stylish landed villa house, that offers glamour, convenience, safety and affordability

      9. Integrated internet connection with high speed connectivity throughout the area


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      SETUJU GAN!!! klo di bdg ga ada persib gw udh pindah ke barcelona! viva catalan army!!! huewhuewh ... From: Dody Budi Subject: Re: [V_03]
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        SETUJU GAN!!!
        klo di bdg ga ada persib gw udh pindah ke barcelona!
        viva catalan army!!! huewhuewh


        --- On Wed, 6/3/09, Dody Budi <super_al9@...> wrote:

        From: Dody Budi <super_al9@...>
        Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009
        To: lima_03@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009, 3:24 AM

        Bandung juga udah mulai rajet, jalan butut, samapah dimana2, untung aja persib runner up huhuuhu
         
        ------------ --------- --------- --
        Dody B Satriyo
        super_al9@yahoo. com
        rular.wordpress. com



        From: sukmadi rafiuddin <sukmadi.rafiuddin@ gmail.com>
        To: lima_03@yahoogroups .com
        Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2009 4:30:04 PM
        Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009

        Gedung2 boleh tinggi sampai langit, bling2 arsitektur lah, tetep aja jakarta mah udah rujit buat tinggal...untung aja skycrappernya rata2 dibangun di jakarta...silahkan lah berpenat ria disana (moga2 aja bandung ngga kaya gini...)


        On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 3:24 PM, aris azhari <psikopat_04@ yahoo.com> wrote:



        Kalau misalnya udah jadi, besoknya/minggu depan udah rajet deui moal nya ku urang2 indonesia? hehehe


         
         
         
         
        UI Station 1 and UI Station 2, UniversitY Of Indonesia

        Spoiler for UI:



        Site Area: 70,400 square metres

        Gross Floor Area
        3,250 square metres (UI Station 1)
        3,250 square metres (UI Station 2)

        Building Height (metres): 14
        Building Height (storeys): 2
        Construction Start Date: 2009
        Scheduled Completion Date: 2010

        The University of Indonesia or Universitas Indonesia (UI) maintains 100 hectares of forest within its 309-hectare site area. With six lakes scattered over the campus area, it offers a harmonious jungle environment for the school. The UI Station 1 and Station 2 are an external and internal means of transportation to and from the campus.



        The stations are designed to blend and connect with its surroundings, linking to pedestrian and bicycle tracks to provide easy access. Where necessary, new walkways and cycling tracks will be built to further improve accessibility. The bridge connecting the UI campus to Station 2 will become a new main gate for visitors.



        The design of the new stations is inspired by the concept of movement; the building masses were made ‘fluid’, to represent the dynamics of the train movement.



        Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.
        Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.

        samuel89 no está en línea  
        Taman Ismail Marzuki (Ismael Marzuki Cultural Park)


        Spoiler for TIM:

        Site Area: 7.2 hectares
        Gross Floor Area :18,720 square metres
        Building Height (meters) :27
        Building Height (storeys): 5
        Construction Start Date: March 2009
        Scheduled Completion Date: March 2010



        The existing Taman Ismail Marzuki is an old place dedicated to the arts. The government and the Indonesian Architecture Institute of DKI Jakarta called for a design competition to revitalise and transform it into a vibrant public space and green reservoir for the city. Andra Matin’s team came up with the award-winning design.



        Thematic park

        “Ismail Marzuki” is the name of a famous native musician, and it has been attached to this development for a long time. In commemoration of his place in the Indonesian music scene, the designers borrowed notes from a well known song he created and used it as a ‘tool’ to define the park’s landscape and architecture. Superimposed on the site, the notes become the placement spots for new trees, sky lights and furniture, while the grid lines mark the access into the site. Used also on the building, the composition creates dynamic façades, consisting of different intensities of lines, dots, layers and depth.

        Bridge


        The bridge is designed as a packed container to reduce building coverage area; it is used to accommodate as many function as it can, not only from the previous existing building, but also new programmes related to the arts and other supporting facilities like F&B outlets. At the same time, it symbolically connects the old and new functions, and the public and private areas of the whole park. The container itself is five storeys high, but it is elevated 12 metres above the ground to allow for the continuity of space.

         
        The Plaza Indonesia

        Spoiler for PI:



        The Plaza Indonesia Extension project is the second phase of a super-block development, located at one of the most prestigious intersections in Jakarta. This mixed-use project consists of one 50 story office tower, one 46 story luxury condominium tower, a six level retail podium, and five levels of subterranean parking and building services. The total gross area of construction is approximately 200,000 square meters (2.15 million square. feet).



        Btw this project is confirmed:
        "Since its founding, the Company has remained focused on its main business, which is developing and managing prime property in Jalan M. H. Thamrin, Jakarta . In 2004 , the Company plans to recommence the Phase 2 Extension Project which has been halted in 1998 due to the country's economic crisis.



        Ciputra World

        Spoiler for ciputra world:



        The Ciputra World Jakarta, which is expected to cost about Rp 4.2 trillion to build, will be developed in stages over a period of between three and seven years.. Construction will commence by the end of this year.

        The 558,000 square meter Ciputra World superblock will be built on an 11-hectare plot in the heart of the city's "Golden Triangle", linking Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said, Jl. Jendral Sudirman and Jl. Gatot Subroto.

        "The project will be developed in three phases. The first two are expected to be completed by 2010, while the date for the third has still not been decided. But it shouldn't take longer than 2012," company director Artadinata Djangkar said.

        Rasuna Epicentrum

        Spoiler for rasuna epicentrum:

        Location: Jalan HR Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Central Jakarta
        Area: 54.7 hectares
        Office: Bakrie Tower, 48 floors with total floor area of 60,000 sqm.
        Epicentrum Walk, retail center of 25,600 sqm and 190 units of strata title 3-floored-office building with total floor area of 13,000 sqm
        Concert Hall
        The Grove Condominium, 2 tower of 440 units
        Developer: PT Bakrieland Development Tbk.
        Investment: US $1.7 billion



        The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

        Financial Tower



        The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

        Bakrie Tower



        At the heart of the Epicentrum is the Epicentrum Walk (E-walk), a semi-outdoor, partially airconditioned retail corridor, featuring cafés, restaurants and entertainment bars, complete with a water fountain, tropical trees and artistic street furniture for the public. Even the art gallery building has a creative secondary skin made out of neon lights and recycled glass bottles to jazz up the walk. The concept of civic space plays a big part in this development; all ground level areas of the buildings must be made available for public use. A riverfront promenade, set to become a centre for urban activity, has also been designed with generous civic space. Taking into account the tropical climate, the E-walk has a north-south orientation to reduce solar gain from the east-west side, and which also cools the place as it allows for natural cross-ventilation. The strategic placement of trees for shading and the water fountain help to reduce the ambient temperatur

        Hotel Concert Hall

        Redevelopment of Station Manggarai

        Spoiler for manggarai:






        Manggarai Commercial Centre

        Take a look of this concept, it's been a while and looks interesting to discuss, project in 72 hectare site to contain:

        -Manggarai Retail and Office Space Complex,
        -Manggarai Integrated Terminal:
        -Passenger Terminal,
        -Cargo Terminal
        -Warehouse
        -Airlines check-in counter area,
        -Bus interchange
        -Elevated Railway Track.





        REGATTA The Icon, a Nautical Theme Superblock in Jakarta



        Every country has iconic building: Eiffel Tower in Paris, Leaning Tower of Pissa in Italy, Pyramid in Egypt, and Statue of Liberty in US. What about Indonesia? The next icon of Indonesia will be REGATTA, a collaborative mega project between PT Dharmala Intiland and PT Global Ekabuana.

        Created by architect WS Atkins who also designed Burj Al Arab in Dubai, REGATTA The Icon comprises 10 apartment towers, hotels, Aqua Park and Service Apartment in a land of 11 hectare. With a view facing Java Sea, the exclusive residential REGATTA offers waterfront living concept.

        Word “Regatta” comes from a type of ship used for racing, and it is transformed into the silhouette of sailing ships and a lighthouse.



        The price list:
        - Sea View Type Apartment Unit, 260 m2 = US $400,000.
        - Aqua Park Type Apartment Unit, 243 m2 = US $452,630.
        - Penthouse Type, 450 m2 = US $842,100.

        Project Manager of BKMB, Aryadi Limansagita said that the construction will be finished in November 2009.

        Kuningan Central Station (Monorail Project

        Spoiler for kuningan station:

        Project Name: Kuningan Central Station
        Location :Jakarta, Indonesia
        Status : Design Development
        Expected Completion : 2008 (Green Line); 2010 (Blue Line)
        Gross Floor Area :2,700 m2 (includes stairs, bridge, concourse and platform)



        Jakarta’s two-line Monorail system is part of a multi-pronged effort to alleviate congestion in Indonesia’s capital city. The planned Monorail consists of two lines: the green line will circle the business and trading district; the blue line will cross that same area of the city. Once operational, the system is expected to carry some 120,000 passengers on a daily basis.

        The design for the green line’s Kuningan Central Station is driven by two main factors: first, it will take on a significant visual role in the city’s streetscape; and secondly, as an open structure, it has to consider Jakarta’s tropical climate. As one of the larger stations in the two-line monorail system, it will also act as a prototype for other stations along the line.

        The monorail at Kuningan Central Station is elevated above Rasuna Street in the business district, with the station occupying the space above a median strip separating traffic lanes. At 16 metres high and 60 metres long, the station must compete visually with the area’s large buildings. With that in mind, the designers sought to reduce the size of the building mass, making it as transparent and light as possible.



        As the stations are really more shelters than enclosed buildings, the designers also wanted to make sure that the station itself, the waiting areas and the access bridges were all open and incorporated into the street to not change the character of street life.

        They sought inspiration for the structure from a tree, with the design filtering out sunlight and creating shade at street level. A layered roof functions as the top of the tree, cooling down the hot air as it flows through the building. (To reduce costs, other stations will have a different roof structure.)

        The station’s structure is made of light concrete and steel to occupy as little space as possible while also being earthquake proof.
         
        Jakarta’s Transportation Future



        Now that the Jakarta bus rapid transit (BRT) system is deemed a success, the government looks to other transportation systems to create a comprehensive city network that takes the pressure off the city’s overloaded roadways.

        Monorail

        Construction on the Monorail project is to start in 2007. The system will comprise two lines, designated by colour, that aim to alleviate congestion in Jakarta’s business district. The Blue line will run for 13.5 kilometres and have 15 stations; the Green Line will circle the district for 14.3 kilometres with 16 stations.

        MRT

        Construction is slated to start in 2010, running along the north-south corridor of the city. The subway train will run for 19 kilometres and will have the capacity to carry 45,000 passengers per hour, each direction.

        Waterways Transport

        Jakarta has over 13 rivers that are wide enough to be used for waterway transport. This transport development is hoped to stimulate the city’s waterfront spaces and attract tourism, while preserving Jakarta’s rivers and canals. There are currently plans for six main waterway lanes, providing 61 kilometres of transport.

        Hub Station

        Dukuh Atas in South Jakarta will become the city’s main integrated transportation hub, interfacing with the LRT (the existing commuter train), MRT, Monorail, Waterways and Busway.
        Department of Religion Office

        Spoiler for department relgion:

        Location : Jl. M.H Thamrin. Beside Menara BPPT.
        Office Tower, 20 Storeys

        JAKARTA TOWER

        Spoiler for jkt tower:



        Jakarta Tower (588m) when Built in 2009 will be the tallest free standing Tower in the World Surpassing CN Tower (553m). The winning design was created by Murphi/Iohn from the United States. However, since the design was too costly to develop, the government opted the runner-up design by East China Architecture Design & Research Institute (ECADI), who created Oriental Pearl Tower in China.

        Left to right: KL Tower, Shanghai Pearl Oriental Tower, Toronto's CN Tower and Jakarta Tower



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        Indonesia Movieland - The Hollywood of Indonesia



        Indonesia Movieland is PT Jababeka’s vision of the future for Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry. Capitalising on PT Jababeka’s corporate legacy of being a pioneer in the industrial sector since 1989, we seek to contribute to the establishment and development of Indonesia creative industry sector. Our focus is on the TV broadcast and film industry.

        Indonesia Movieland is envisioned to be “the 1st one stop TV broadcast and film industry centre in Indonesia”. Accommodated in 36 ha of land in Kota Jababeka, it will provide the facilities and resources needed to bring Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry to greater height.

        RARE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

        1. Positioned at the heart of 5600 ha Kota Jababeka, Indonesia movieland has the rare benefit of the convenience of using the various existing facilities located close to each other within Kota Jababeka for shooting locations.

        2. It also has the advantage of shooting permit efficiency because Indonesia Movieland works in partnership with Kota Jababeka management who administer the 5600 ha Kota Jababeka.

        3. Jababeka Industrial Estate houses 1350 factories from 23 countries, all of which have some need for above the line promotion. They are the captive market for the TV commercial producers

        4. Kota Jababeka has two private power plants (Bekasi Power & Cikarang Listrindo) serving all of its area, as such the great need of electricity in TV broadcast and film industry can certainly be met without much difficulty

        5. The President Film Academy will provide the much needed quality talent and professional for the TV broadcast and film industry



        INDONESIA MOVIELAND COMPLEX

        1. Various studio facilities of different sizes, suited to the making of TV commercials, films and live broadcast programs.

        2. Flexible working spaces to accommodated both pre-production and post-production works of the industry, start up companies or established ones equally

        3. Uniquely designed cultural centre that will be one of the landmark of Indonesia’s creative industry facility.

        4. In cooperation with President University, the President Film Academy will train the next generation of Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film professionals.

        5. A wide variety of accommodations to take care the needs of everybody from film crews to high level producers and talents

        6. Classy and comfortable cafes and entertainment spaces that opens 24hours to suit the different working style and lifestyle of the creative industry people

        7. Complete commercial facilities to ensure that both residents and guests will be able to find their needs and wants within the area

        8. Residences starting from high rise apartment blocks to stylish landed villa house, that offers glamour, convenience, safety and affordability

        9. Integrated internet connection with high speed connectivity throughout the area


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        Yahoo! Mail Sekarang Lebih Cepat dan Lebih Bersih. Rasakan bedanya!





      • Ajie Raspati
        eh denger2, MU kemaren kalah tuh gara2 nyimpen tenaga buat lawan timnas RI ya..ckckckc...segitunya!!! On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 12:36 PM, Tantisofyan Emailbaru
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          eh denger2, MU kemaren kalah tuh gara2 nyimpen tenaga buat lawan timnas RI ya..
          ckckckc...segitunya!!!

          On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 12:36 PM, Tantisofyan Emailbaru <tantisofyanbaru@...> wrote:



          SETUJU GAN!!!
          klo di bdg ga ada persib gw udh pindah ke barcelona!
          viva catalan army!!! huewhuewh


          --- On Wed, 6/3/09, Dody Budi <super_al9@...> wrote:

          From: Dody Budi <super_al9@...>

          Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009
          Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009, 3:24 AM


          Bandung juga udah mulai rajet, jalan butut, samapah dimana2, untung aja persib runner up huhuuhu
           
          ------------ --------- --------- --
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          super_al9@yahoo. com
          rular.wordpress. com



          From: sukmadi rafiuddin <sukmadi.rafiuddin@ gmail.com>
          To: lima_03@yahoogroups .com
          Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2009 4:30:04 PM
          Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009

          Gedung2 boleh tinggi sampai langit, bling2 arsitektur lah, tetep aja jakarta mah udah rujit buat tinggal...untung aja skycrappernya rata2 dibangun di jakarta...silahkan lah berpenat ria disana (moga2 aja bandung ngga kaya gini...)


          On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 3:24 PM, aris azhari <psikopat_04@ yahoo.com> wrote:



          Kalau misalnya udah jadi, besoknya/minggu depan udah rajet deui moal nya ku urang2 indonesia? hehehe


           
           
           
           
          UI Station 1 and UI Station 2, UniversitY Of Indonesia

          Spoiler for UI:



          Site Area: 70,400 square metres

          Gross Floor Area
          3,250 square metres (UI Station 1)
          3,250 square metres (UI Station 2)

          Building Height (metres): 14
          Building Height (storeys): 2
          Construction Start Date: 2009
          Scheduled Completion Date: 2010

          The University of Indonesia or Universitas Indonesia (UI) maintains 100 hectares of forest within its 309-hectare site area. With six lakes scattered over the campus area, it offers a harmonious jungle environment for the school. The UI Station 1 and Station 2 are an external and internal means of transportation to and from the campus.



          The stations are designed to blend and connect with its surroundings, linking to pedestrian and bicycle tracks to provide easy access. Where necessary, new walkways and cycling tracks will be built to further improve accessibility. The bridge connecting the UI campus to Station 2 will become a new main gate for visitors.



          The design of the new stations is inspired by the concept of movement; the building masses were made ‘fluid’, to represent the dynamics of the train movement.



          Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.
          Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.

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          Taman Ismail Marzuki (Ismael Marzuki Cultural Park)


          Spoiler for TIM:

          Site Area: 7.2 hectares
          Gross Floor Area :18,720 square metres
          Building Height (meters) :27
          Building Height (storeys): 5
          Construction Start Date: March 2009
          Scheduled Completion Date: March 2010



          The existing Taman Ismail Marzuki is an old place dedicated to the arts. The government and the Indonesian Architecture Institute of DKI Jakarta called for a design competition to revitalise and transform it into a vibrant public space and green reservoir for the city. Andra Matin’s team came up with the award-winning design.



          Thematic park

          “Ismail Marzuki” is the name of a famous native musician, and it has been attached to this development for a long time. In commemoration of his place in the Indonesian music scene, the designers borrowed notes from a well known song he created and used it as a ‘tool’ to define the park’s landscape and architecture. Superimposed on the site, the notes become the placement spots for new trees, sky lights and furniture, while the grid lines mark the access into the site. Used also on the building, the composition creates dynamic façades, consisting of different intensities of lines, dots, layers and depth.

          Bridge


          The bridge is designed as a packed container to reduce building coverage area; it is used to accommodate as many function as it can, not only from the previous existing building, but also new programmes related to the arts and other supporting facilities like F&B outlets. At the same time, it symbolically connects the old and new functions, and the public and private areas of the whole park. The container itself is five storeys high, but it is elevated 12 metres above the ground to allow for the continuity of space.

           
          The Plaza Indonesia

          Spoiler for PI:



          The Plaza Indonesia Extension project is the second phase of a super-block development, located at one of the most prestigious intersections in Jakarta. This mixed-use project consists of one 50 story office tower, one 46 story luxury condominium tower, a six level retail podium, and five levels of subterranean parking and building services. The total gross area of construction is approximately 200,000 square meters (2.15 million square. feet).



          Btw this project is confirmed:
          "Since its founding, the Company has remained focused on its main business, which is developing and managing prime property in Jalan M. H. Thamrin, Jakarta . In 2004 , the Company plans to recommence the Phase 2 Extension Project which has been halted in 1998 due to the country's economic crisis.



          Ciputra World

          Spoiler for ciputra world:



          The Ciputra World Jakarta, which is expected to cost about Rp 4.2 trillion to build, will be developed in stages over a period of between three and seven years.. Construction will commence by the end of this year.

          The 558,000 square meter Ciputra World superblock will be built on an 11-hectare plot in the heart of the city's "Golden Triangle", linking Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said, Jl. Jendral Sudirman and Jl. Gatot Subroto.

          "The project will be developed in three phases. The first two are expected to be completed by 2010, while the date for the third has still not been decided. But it shouldn't take longer than 2012," company director Artadinata Djangkar said.

          Rasuna Epicentrum

          Spoiler for rasuna epicentrum:

          Location: Jalan HR Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Central Jakarta
          Area: 54.7 hectares
          Office: Bakrie Tower, 48 floors with total floor area of 60,000 sqm.
          Epicentrum Walk, retail center of 25,600 sqm and 190 units of strata title 3-floored-office building with total floor area of 13,000 sqm
          Concert Hall
          The Grove Condominium, 2 tower of 440 units
          Developer: PT Bakrieland Development Tbk.
          Investment: US $1.7 billion



          The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

          Financial Tower



          The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

          Bakrie Tower



          At the heart of the Epicentrum is the Epicentrum Walk (E-walk), a semi-outdoor, partially airconditioned retail corridor, featuring cafés, restaurants and entertainment bars, complete with a water fountain, tropical trees and artistic street furniture for the public. Even the art gallery building has a creative secondary skin made out of neon lights and recycled glass bottles to jazz up the walk. The concept of civic space plays a big part in this development; all ground level areas of the buildings must be made available for public use. A riverfront promenade, set to become a centre for urban activity, has also been designed with generous civic space. Taking into account the tropical climate, the E-walk has a north-south orientation to reduce solar gain from the east-west side, and which also cools the place as it allows for natural cross-ventilation. The strategic placement of trees for shading and the water fountain help to reduce the ambient temperatur

          Hotel Concert Hall

          Redevelopment of Station Manggarai

          Spoiler for manggarai:






          Manggarai Commercial Centre

          Take a look of this concept, it's been a while and looks interesting to discuss, project in 72 hectare site to contain:

          -Manggarai Retail and Office Space Complex,
          -Manggarai Integrated Terminal:
          -Passenger Terminal,
          -Cargo Terminal
          -Warehouse
          -Airlines check-in counter area,
          -Bus interchange
          -Elevated Railway Track.





          REGATTA The Icon, a Nautical Theme Superblock in Jakarta



          Every country has iconic building: Eiffel Tower in Paris, Leaning Tower of Pissa in Italy, Pyramid in Egypt, and Statue of Liberty in US. What about Indonesia? The next icon of Indonesia will be REGATTA, a collaborative mega project between PT Dharmala Intiland and PT Global Ekabuana.

          Created by architect WS Atkins who also designed Burj Al Arab in Dubai, REGATTA The Icon comprises 10 apartment towers, hotels, Aqua Park and Service Apartment in a land of 11 hectare. With a view facing Java Sea, the exclusive residential REGATTA offers waterfront living concept.

          Word “Regatta” comes from a type of ship used for racing, and it is transformed into the silhouette of sailing ships and a lighthouse.



          The price list:
          - Sea View Type Apartment Unit, 260 m2 = US $400,000.
          - Aqua Park Type Apartment Unit, 243 m2 = US $452,630.
          - Penthouse Type, 450 m2 = US $842,100.

          Project Manager of BKMB, Aryadi Limansagita said that the construction will be finished in November 2009.

          Kuningan Central Station (Monorail Project

          Spoiler for kuningan station:

          Project Name: Kuningan Central Station
          Location :Jakarta, Indonesia
          Status : Design Development
          Expected Completion : 2008 (Green Line); 2010 (Blue Line)
          Gross Floor Area :2,700 m2 (includes stairs, bridge, concourse and platform)



          Jakarta’s two-line Monorail system is part of a multi-pronged effort to alleviate congestion in Indonesia’s capital city. The planned Monorail consists of two lines: the green line will circle the business and trading district; the blue line will cross that same area of the city. Once operational, the system is expected to carry some 120,000 passengers on a daily basis.

          The design for the green line’s Kuningan Central Station is driven by two main factors: first, it will take on a significant visual role in the city’s streetscape; and secondly, as an open structure, it has to consider Jakarta’s tropical climate. As one of the larger stations in the two-line monorail system, it will also act as a prototype for other stations along the line.

          The monorail at Kuningan Central Station is elevated above Rasuna Street in the business district, with the station occupying the space above a median strip separating traffic lanes. At 16 metres high and 60 metres long, the station must compete visually with the area’s large buildings. With that in mind, the designers sought to reduce the size of the building mass, making it as transparent and light as possible.



          As the stations are really more shelters than enclosed buildings, the designers also wanted to make sure that the station itself, the waiting areas and the access bridges were all open and incorporated into the street to not change the character of street life.

          They sought inspiration for the structure from a tree, with the design filtering out sunlight and creating shade at street level. A layered roof functions as the top of the tree, cooling down the hot air as it flows through the building. (To reduce costs, other stations will have a different roof structure.)

          The station’s structure is made of light concrete and steel to occupy as little space as possible while also being earthquake proof.
           
          Jakarta’s Transportation Future



          Now that the Jakarta bus rapid transit (BRT) system is deemed a success, the government looks to other transportation systems to create a comprehensive city network that takes the pressure off the city’s overloaded roadways.

          Monorail

          Construction on the Monorail project is to start in 2007. The system will comprise two lines, designated by colour, that aim to alleviate congestion in Jakarta’s business district. The Blue line will run for 13.5 kilometres and have 15 stations; the Green Line will circle the district for 14.3 kilometres with 16 stations.

          MRT

          Construction is slated to start in 2010, running along the north-south corridor of the city. The subway train will run for 19 kilometres and will have the capacity to carry 45,000 passengers per hour, each direction.

          Waterways Transport

          Jakarta has over 13 rivers that are wide enough to be used for waterway transport. This transport development is hoped to stimulate the city’s waterfront spaces and attract tourism, while preserving Jakarta’s rivers and canals. There are currently plans for six main waterway lanes, providing 61 kilometres of transport.

          Hub Station

          Dukuh Atas in South Jakarta will become the city’s main integrated transportation hub, interfacing with the LRT (the existing commuter train), MRT, Monorail, Waterways and Busway.
          Department of Religion Office

          Spoiler for department relgion:

          Location : Jl. M.H Thamrin. Beside Menara BPPT.
          Office Tower, 20 Storeys

          JAKARTA TOWER

          Spoiler for jkt tower:



          Jakarta Tower (588m) when Built in 2009 will be the tallest free standing Tower in the World Surpassing CN Tower (553m). The winning design was created by Murphi/Iohn from the United States. However, since the design was too costly to develop, the government opted the runner-up design by East China Architecture Design & Research Institute (ECADI), who created Oriental Pearl Tower in China.

          Left to right: KL Tower, Shanghai Pearl Oriental Tower, Toronto's CN Tower and Jakarta Tower



          [url=http:// www.picoodle. com/view. php?img=/ 3/1/6/f_tower6ih m_be60903. jpg&srv=img19]
          Indonesia Movieland - The Hollywood of Indonesia



          Indonesia Movieland is PT Jababeka’s vision of the future for Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry. Capitalising on PT Jababeka’s corporate legacy of being a pioneer in the industrial sector since 1989, we seek to contribute to the establishment and development of Indonesia creative industry sector. Our focus is on the TV broadcast and film industry.

          Indonesia Movieland is envisioned to be “the 1st one stop TV broadcast and film industry centre in Indonesia”. Accommodated in 36 ha of land in Kota Jababeka, it will provide the facilities and resources needed to bring Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry to greater height.

          RARE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

          1. Positioned at the heart of 5600 ha Kota Jababeka, Indonesia movieland has the rare benefit of the convenience of using the various existing facilities located close to each other within Kota Jababeka for shooting locations.

          2. It also has the advantage of shooting permit efficiency because Indonesia Movieland works in partnership with Kota Jababeka management who administer the 5600 ha Kota Jababeka.

          3. Jababeka Industrial Estate houses 1350 factories from 23 countries, all of which have some need for above the line promotion. They are the captive market for the TV commercial producers

          4. Kota Jababeka has two private power plants (Bekasi Power & Cikarang Listrindo) serving all of its area, as such the great need of electricity in TV broadcast and film industry can certainly be met without much difficulty

          5. The President Film Academy will provide the much needed quality talent and professional for the TV broadcast and film industry



          INDONESIA MOVIELAND COMPLEX

          1. Various studio facilities of different sizes, suited to the making of TV commercials, films and live broadcast programs.

          2. Flexible working spaces to accommodated both pre-production and post-production works of the industry, start up companies or established ones equally

          3. Uniquely designed cultural centre that will be one of the landmark of Indonesia’s creative industry facility.

          4. In cooperation with President University, the President Film Academy will train the next generation of Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film professionals.

          5. A wide variety of accommodations to take care the needs of everybody from film crews to high level producers and talents

          6. Classy and comfortable cafes and entertainment spaces that opens 24hours to suit the different working style and lifestyle of the creative industry people

          7. Complete commercial facilities to ensure that both residents and guests will be able to find their needs and wants within the area

          8. Residences starting from high rise apartment blocks to stylish landed villa house, that offers glamour, convenience, safety and affordability

          9. Integrated internet connection with high speed connectivity throughout the area


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          Yahoo! Mail Sekarang Lebih Cepat dan Lebih Bersih. Rasakan bedanya!








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          hahahahahaha,,, Riswan Septiawan riswan_77@yahoo.com riswanseptiawan@gmail.com +6285722079955 +6281221137377 ________________________________ Dari: Ajie
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            Dari: Ajie Raspati <ajieraspatisuryanegara@...>
            Kepada: lima_03@yahoogroups.com
            Terkirim: Rabu, 3 Juni, 2009 16:41:20
            Topik: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009

            eh denger2, MU kemaren kalah tuh gara2 nyimpen tenaga buat lawan timnas RI ya..

            ckckckc...segitunya !!!

            On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 12:36 PM, Tantisofyan Emailbaru <tantisofyanbaru@ yahoo.com> wrote:



            SETUJU GAN!!!
            klo di bdg ga ada persib gw udh pindah ke barcelona!
            viva catalan army!!! huewhuewh


            --- On Wed, 6/3/09, Dody Budi <super_al9@yahoo. com> wrote:

            From: Dody Budi <super_al9@yahoo. com>

            Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009
            Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009, 3:24 AM


            Bandung juga udah mulai rajet, jalan butut, samapah dimana2, untung aja persib runner up huhuuhu
             
            ------------ --------- --------- --
            Dody B Satriyo
            super_al9@yahoo. com
            rular.wordpress. com



            From: sukmadi rafiuddin <sukmadi.rafiuddin@ gmail.com>
            To: lima_03@yahoogroups .com
            Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2009 4:30:04 PM
            Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009

            Gedung2 boleh tinggi sampai langit, bling2 arsitektur lah, tetep aja jakarta mah udah rujit buat tinggal...untung aja skycrappernya rata2 dibangun di jakarta...silahkan lah berpenat ria disana (moga2 aja bandung ngga kaya gini...)


            On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 3:24 PM, aris azhari <psikopat_04@ yahoo.com> wrote:



            Kalau misalnya udah jadi, besoknya/minggu depan udah rajet deui moal nya ku urang2 indonesia? hehehe


             
             
             
             
            UI Station 1 and UI Station 2, UniversitY Of Indonesia

            Spoiler for UI:



            Site Area: 70,400 square metres

            Gross Floor Area
            3,250 square metres (UI Station 1)
            3,250 square metres (UI Station 2)

            Building Height (metres): 14
            Building Height (storeys): 2
            Construction Start Date: 2009
            Scheduled Completion Date: 2010

            The University of Indonesia or Universitas Indonesia (UI) maintains 100 hectares of forest within its 309-hectare site area. With six lakes scattered over the campus area, it offers a harmonious jungle environment for the school. The UI Station 1 and Station 2 are an external and internal means of transportation to and from the campus.



            The stations are designed to blend and connect with its surroundings, linking to pedestrian and bicycle tracks to provide easy access. Where necessary, new walkways and cycling tracks will be built to further improve accessibility. The bridge connecting the UI campus to Station 2 will become a new main gate for visitors.



            The design of the new stations is inspired by the concept of movement; the building masses were made ‘fluid’, to represent the dynamics of the train movement.



            Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.
            Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.

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            Taman Ismail Marzuki (Ismael Marzuki Cultural Park)


            Spoiler for TIM:

            Site Area: 7.2 hectares
            Gross Floor Area :18,720 square metres
            Building Height (meters) :27
            Building Height (storeys): 5
            Construction Start Date: March 2009
            Scheduled Completion Date: March 2010



            The existing Taman Ismail Marzuki is an old place dedicated to the arts. The government and the Indonesian Architecture Institute of DKI Jakarta called for a design competition to revitalise and transform it into a vibrant public space and green reservoir for the city. Andra Matin’s team came up with the award-winning design.



            Thematic park

            “Ismail Marzuki” is the name of a famous native musician, and it has been attached to this development for a long time. In commemoration of his place in the Indonesian music scene, the designers borrowed notes from a well known song he created and used it as a ‘tool’ to define the park’s landscape and architecture. Superimposed on the site, the notes become the placement spots for new trees, sky lights and furniture, while the grid lines mark the access into the site. Used also on the building, the composition creates dynamic façades, consisting of different intensities of lines, dots, layers and depth.

            Bridge


            The bridge is designed as a packed container to reduce building coverage area; it is used to accommodate as many function as it can, not only from the previous existing building, but also new programmes related to the arts and other supporting facilities like F&B outlets. At the same time, it symbolically connects the old and new functions, and the public and private areas of the whole park. The container itself is five storeys high, but it is elevated 12 metres above the ground to allow for the continuity of space.

             
            The Plaza Indonesia

            Spoiler for PI:



            The Plaza Indonesia Extension project is the second phase of a super-block development, located at one of the most prestigious intersections in Jakarta. This mixed-use project consists of one 50 story office tower, one 46 story luxury condominium tower, a six level retail podium, and five levels of subterranean parking and building services. The total gross area of construction is approximately 200,000 square meters (2.15 million square. feet).



            Btw this project is confirmed:
            "Since its founding, the Company has remained focused on its main business, which is developing and managing prime property in Jalan M. H. Thamrin, Jakarta . In 2004 , the Company plans to recommence the Phase 2 Extension Project which has been halted in 1998 due to the country's economic crisis.



            Ciputra World

            Spoiler for ciputra world:



            The Ciputra World Jakarta, which is expected to cost about Rp 4.2 trillion to build, will be developed in stages over a period of between three and seven years.. Construction will commence by the end of this year.

            The 558,000 square meter Ciputra World superblock will be built on an 11-hectare plot in the heart of the city's "Golden Triangle", linking Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said, Jl. Jendral Sudirman and Jl. Gatot Subroto.

            "The project will be developed in three phases. The first two are expected to be completed by 2010, while the date for the third has still not been decided. But it shouldn't take longer than 2012," company director Artadinata Djangkar said.

            Rasuna Epicentrum

            Spoiler for rasuna epicentrum:

            Location: Jalan HR Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Central Jakarta
            Area: 54.7 hectares
            Office: Bakrie Tower, 48 floors with total floor area of 60,000 sqm.
            Epicentrum Walk, retail center of 25,600 sqm and 190 units of strata title 3-floored-office building with total floor area of 13,000 sqm
            Concert Hall
            The Grove Condominium, 2 tower of 440 units
            Developer: PT Bakrieland Development Tbk.
            Investment: US $1.7 billion



            The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

            Financial Tower



            The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

            Bakrie Tower



            At the heart of the Epicentrum is the Epicentrum Walk (E-walk), a semi-outdoor, partially airconditioned retail corridor, featuring cafés, restaurants and entertainment bars, complete with a water fountain, tropical trees and artistic street furniture for the public. Even the art gallery building has a creative secondary skin made out of neon lights and recycled glass bottles to jazz up the walk. The concept of civic space plays a big part in this development; all ground level areas of the buildings must be made available for public use. A riverfront promenade, set to become a centre for urban activity, has also been designed with generous civic space. Taking into account the tropical climate, the E-walk has a north-south orientation to reduce solar gain from the east-west side, and which also cools the place as it allows for natural cross-ventilation. The strategic placement of trees for shading and the water fountain help to reduce the ambient temperatur

            Hotel Concert Hall

            Redevelopment of Station Manggarai

            Spoiler for manggarai:






            Manggarai Commercial Centre

            Take a look of this concept, it's been a while and looks interesting to discuss, project in 72 hectare site to contain:

            -Manggarai Retail and Office Space Complex,
            -Manggarai Integrated Terminal:
            -Passenger Terminal,
            -Cargo Terminal
            -Warehouse
            -Airlines check-in counter area,
            -Bus interchange
            -Elevated Railway Track.





            REGATTA The Icon, a Nautical Theme Superblock in Jakarta



            Every country has iconic building: Eiffel Tower in Paris, Leaning Tower of Pissa in Italy, Pyramid in Egypt, and Statue of Liberty in US. What about Indonesia? The next icon of Indonesia will be REGATTA, a collaborative mega project between PT Dharmala Intiland and PT Global Ekabuana.

            Created by architect WS Atkins who also designed Burj Al Arab in Dubai, REGATTA The Icon comprises 10 apartment towers, hotels, Aqua Park and Service Apartment in a land of 11 hectare. With a view facing Java Sea, the exclusive residential REGATTA offers waterfront living concept.

            Word “Regatta” comes from a type of ship used for racing, and it is transformed into the silhouette of sailing ships and a lighthouse.



            The price list:
            - Sea View Type Apartment Unit, 260 m2 = US $400,000.
            - Aqua Park Type Apartment Unit, 243 m2 = US $452,630.
            - Penthouse Type, 450 m2 = US $842,100.

            Project Manager of BKMB, Aryadi Limansagita said that the construction will be finished in November 2009.

            Kuningan Central Station (Monorail Project

            Spoiler for kuningan station:

            Project Name: Kuningan Central Station
            Location :Jakarta, Indonesia
            Status : Design Development
            Expected Completion : 2008 (Green Line); 2010 (Blue Line)
            Gross Floor Area :2,700 m2 (includes stairs, bridge, concourse and platform)



            Jakarta’s two-line Monorail system is part of a multi-pronged effort to alleviate congestion in Indonesia’s capital city. The planned Monorail consists of two lines: the green line will circle the business and trading district; the blue line will cross that same area of the city. Once operational, the system is expected to carry some 120,000 passengers on a daily basis.

            The design for the green line’s Kuningan Central Station is driven by two main factors: first, it will take on a significant visual role in the city’s streetscape; and secondly, as an open structure, it has to consider Jakarta’s tropical climate. As one of the larger stations in the two-line monorail system, it will also act as a prototype for other stations along the line.

            The monorail at Kuningan Central Station is elevated above Rasuna Street in the business district, with the station occupying the space above a median strip separating traffic lanes. At 16 metres high and 60 metres long, the station must compete visually with the area’s large buildings. With that in mind, the designers sought to reduce the size of the building mass, making it as transparent and light as possible.



            As the stations are really more shelters than enclosed buildings, the designers also wanted to make sure that the station itself, the waiting areas and the access bridges were all open and incorporated into the street to not change the character of street life.

            They sought inspiration for the structure from a tree, with the design filtering out sunlight and creating shade at street level. A layered roof functions as the top of the tree, cooling down the hot air as it flows through the building. (To reduce costs, other stations will have a different roof structure.)

            The station’s structure is made of light concrete and steel to occupy as little space as possible while also being earthquake proof.
             
            Jakarta’s Transportation Future



            Now that the Jakarta bus rapid transit (BRT) system is deemed a success, the government looks to other transportation systems to create a comprehensive city network that takes the pressure off the city’s overloaded roadways.

            Monorail

            Construction on the Monorail project is to start in 2007. The system will comprise two lines, designated by colour, that aim to alleviate congestion in Jakarta’s business district. The Blue line will run for 13.5 kilometres and have 15 stations; the Green Line will circle the district for 14.3 kilometres with 16 stations.

            MRT

            Construction is slated to start in 2010, running along the north-south corridor of the city. The subway train will run for 19 kilometres and will have the capacity to carry 45,000 passengers per hour, each direction.

            Waterways Transport

            Jakarta has over 13 rivers that are wide enough to be used for waterway transport. This transport development is hoped to stimulate the city’s waterfront spaces and attract tourism, while preserving Jakarta’s rivers and canals. There are currently plans for six main waterway lanes, providing 61 kilometres of transport.

            Hub Station

            Dukuh Atas in South Jakarta will become the city’s main integrated transportation hub, interfacing with the LRT (the existing commuter train), MRT, Monorail, Waterways and Busway.
            Department of Religion Office

            Spoiler for department relgion:

            Location : Jl. M.H Thamrin. Beside Menara BPPT.
            Office Tower, 20 Storeys

            JAKARTA TOWER

            Spoiler for jkt tower:



            Jakarta Tower (588m) when Built in 2009 will be the tallest free standing Tower in the World Surpassing CN Tower (553m). The winning design was created by Murphi/Iohn from the United States. However, since the design was too costly to develop, the government opted the runner-up design by East China Architecture Design & Research Institute (ECADI), who created Oriental Pearl Tower in China.

            Left to right: KL Tower, Shanghai Pearl Oriental Tower, Toronto's CN Tower and Jakarta Tower



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            Indonesia Movieland - The Hollywood of Indonesia



            Indonesia Movieland is PT Jababeka’s vision of the future for Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry. Capitalising on PT Jababeka’s corporate legacy of being a pioneer in the industrial sector since 1989, we seek to contribute to the establishment and development of Indonesia creative industry sector. Our focus is on the TV broadcast and film industry.

            Indonesia Movieland is envisioned to be “the 1st one stop TV broadcast and film industry centre in Indonesia”. Accommodated in 36 ha of land in Kota Jababeka, it will provide the facilities and resources needed to bring Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry to greater height.

            RARE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

            1. Positioned at the heart of 5600 ha Kota Jababeka, Indonesia movieland has the rare benefit of the convenience of using the various existing facilities located close to each other within Kota Jababeka for shooting locations.

            2. It also has the advantage of shooting permit efficiency because Indonesia Movieland works in partnership with Kota Jababeka management who administer the 5600 ha Kota Jababeka.

            3. Jababeka Industrial Estate houses 1350 factories from 23 countries, all of which have some need for above the line promotion. They are the captive market for the TV commercial producers

            4. Kota Jababeka has two private power plants (Bekasi Power & Cikarang Listrindo) serving all of its area, as such the great need of electricity in TV broadcast and film industry can certainly be met without much difficulty

            5. The President Film Academy will provide the much needed quality talent and professional for the TV broadcast and film industry



            INDONESIA MOVIELAND COMPLEX

            1. Various studio facilities of different sizes, suited to the making of TV commercials, films and live broadcast programs.

            2. Flexible working spaces to accommodated both pre-production and post-production works of the industry, start up companies or established ones equally

            3. Uniquely designed cultural centre that will be one of the landmark of Indonesia’s creative industry facility.

            4. In cooperation with President University, the President Film Academy will train the next generation of Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film professionals.

            5. A wide variety of accommodations to take care the needs of everybody from film crews to high level producers and talents

            6. Classy and comfortable cafes and entertainment spaces that opens 24hours to suit the different working style and lifestyle of the creative industry people

            7. Complete commercial facilities to ensure that both residents and guests will be able to find their needs and wants within the area

            8. Residences starting from high rise apartment blocks to stylish landed villa house, that offers glamour, convenience, safety and affordability

            9. Integrated internet connection with high speed connectivity throughout the area


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          • Tantisofyan Emailbaru
            JIE....MU lawan barca aja kalah...gimana klo lawan timnaaasss????? abis lah mreka.. -WAE- ... From: Ajie Raspati Subject:
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              JIE....MU lawan barca aja kalah...gimana klo lawan timnaaasss????? abis lah mreka..

              -WAE-

              --- On Wed, 6/3/09, Ajie Raspati <ajieraspatisuryanegara@...> wrote:

              From: Ajie Raspati <ajieraspatisuryanegara@...>
              Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009
              To: lima_03@yahoogroups.com
              Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009, 9:41 AM

              eh denger2, MU kemaren kalah tuh gara2 nyimpen tenaga buat lawan timnas RI ya..

              ckckckc....segitunya !!!

              On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 12:36 PM, Tantisofyan Emailbaru <tantisofyanbaru@ yahoo.com> wrote:



              SETUJU GAN!!!
              klo di bdg ga ada persib gw udh pindah ke barcelona!
              viva catalan army!!! huewhuewh


              --- On Wed, 6/3/09, Dody Budi <super_al9@yahoo. com> wrote:

              From: Dody Budi <super_al9@yahoo. com>

              Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009
              Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009, 3:24 AM


              Bandung juga udah mulai rajet, jalan butut, samapah dimana2, untung aja persib runner up huhuuhu
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              super_al9@yahoo. com
              rular.wordpress. com



              From: sukmadi rafiuddin <sukmadi.rafiuddin@ gmail.com>
              To: lima_03@yahoogroups .com
              Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2009 4:30:04 PM
              Subject: Re: [V_03] Proyek-Proyek Besar di Jakarta 2009

              Gedung2 boleh tinggi sampai langit, bling2 arsitektur lah, tetep aja jakarta mah udah rujit buat tinggal...untung aja skycrappernya rata2 dibangun di jakarta...silahkan lah berpenat ria disana (moga2 aja bandung ngga kaya gini...)


              On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 3:24 PM, aris azhari <psikopat_04@ yahoo.com> wrote:



              Kalau misalnya udah jadi, besoknya/minggu depan udah rajet deui moal nya ku urang2 indonesia? hehehe


              UI Station 1 and UI Station 2, UniversitY Of Indonesia

              Spoiler for UI:



              Site Area: 70,400 square metres

              Gross Floor Area
              3,250 square metres (UI Station 1)
              3,250 square metres (UI Station 2)

              Building Height (metres): 14
              Building Height (storeys): 2
              Construction Start Date: 2009
              Scheduled Completion Date: 2010

              The University of Indonesia or Universitas Indonesia (UI) maintains 100 hectares of forest within its 309-hectare site area. With six lakes scattered over the campus area, it offers a harmonious jungle environment for the school. The UI Station 1 and Station 2 are an external and internal means of transportation to and from the campus.



              The stations are designed to blend and connect with its surroundings, linking to pedestrian and bicycle tracks to provide easy access. Where necessary, new walkways and cycling tracks will be built to further improve accessibility. The bridge connecting the UI campus to Station 2 will become a new main gate for visitors.



              The design of the new stations is inspired by the concept of movement; the building masses were made ‘fluid’, to represent the dynamics of the train movement.



              Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.
              Reforestation has also been carried out along the sides of the train track, so that the trees will work as a barrier or divider between UI and Margonda area.

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              Taman Ismail Marzuki (Ismael Marzuki Cultural Park)


              Spoiler for TIM:

              Site Area: 7.2 hectares
              Gross Floor Area :18,720 square metres
              Building Height (meters) :27
              Building Height (storeys): 5
              Construction Start Date: March 2009
              Scheduled Completion Date: March 2010



              The existing Taman Ismail Marzuki is an old place dedicated to the arts. The government and the Indonesian Architecture Institute of DKI Jakarta called for a design competition to revitalise and transform it into a vibrant public space and green reservoir for the city. Andra Matin’s team came up with the award-winning design.



              Thematic park

              “Ismail Marzuki” is the name of a famous native musician, and it has been attached to this development for a long time. In commemoration of his place in the Indonesian music scene, the designers borrowed notes from a well known song he created and used it as a ‘tool’ to define the park’s landscape and architecture. Superimposed on the site, the notes become the placement spots for new trees, sky lights and furniture, while the grid lines mark the access into the site. Used also on the building, the composition creates dynamic façades, consisting of different intensities of lines, dots, layers and depth.

              Bridge


              The bridge is designed as a packed container to reduce building coverage area; it is used to accommodate as many function as it can, not only from the previous existing building, but also new programmes related to the arts and other supporting facilities like F&B outlets. At the same time, it symbolically connects the old and new functions, and the public and private areas of the whole park. The container itself is five storeys high, but it is elevated 12 metres above the ground to allow for the continuity of space.

              The Plaza Indonesia

              Spoiler for PI:



              The Plaza Indonesia Extension project is the second phase of a super-block development, located at one of the most prestigious intersections in Jakarta.. This mixed-use project consists of one 50 story office tower, one 46 story luxury condominium tower, a six level retail podium, and five levels of subterranean parking and building services. The total gross area of construction is approximately 200,000 square meters (2.15 million square. feet).



              Btw this project is confirmed:
              "Since its founding, the Company has remained focused on its main business, which is developing and managing prime property in Jalan M. H. Thamrin, Jakarta . In 2004 , the Company plans to recommence the Phase 2 Extension Project which has been halted in 1998 due to the country's economic crisis.



              Ciputra World

              Spoiler for ciputra world:



              The Ciputra World Jakarta, which is expected to cost about Rp 4.2 trillion to build, will be developed in stages over a period of between three and seven years.. Construction will commence by the end of this year.

              The 558,000 square meter Ciputra World superblock will be built on an 11-hectare plot in the heart of the city's "Golden Triangle", linking Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said, Jl. Jendral Sudirman and Jl. Gatot Subroto.

              "The project will be developed in three phases. The first two are expected to be completed by 2010, while the date for the third has still not been decided. But it shouldn't take longer than 2012," company director Artadinata Djangkar said.

              Rasuna Epicentrum

              Spoiler for rasuna epicentrum:

              Location: Jalan HR Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Central Jakarta
              Area: 54.7 hectares
              Office: Bakrie Tower, 48 floors with total floor area of 60,000 sqm.
              Epicentrum Walk, retail center of 25,600 sqm and 190 units of strata title 3-floored-office building with total floor area of 13,000 sqm
              Concert Hall
              The Grove Condominium, 2 tower of 440 units
              Developer: PT Bakrieland Development Tbk.
              Investment: US $1.7 billion



              The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

              Financial Tower



              The client has high hopes for Rasuna Epicentrum. Its urban concept and architecture have been designed with other world-renowned lifestyle developments in mind, such as Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills and Berlin’s Postdamer Platz. Indeed, Rasuna Epicentrum is already a landmark development—it is the first in Jakarta to introduce the “live, work and play” concept within a single project, integrating high-quality urban amenities with progressive architecture. Covering a site area of 53 hectares, it is the largest superblock in Indonesia, comprising office and residential buildings as well as a lifestyle and entertainment centre. Each building has been designed to showcase contemporary architecture, among which the egg-shaped Financial Tower and the 48-storey ‘twisted’ Bakrie Tower stand out as signature structures, redefining the cityscape.

              Bakrie Tower



              At the heart of the Epicentrum is the Epicentrum Walk (E-walk), a semi-outdoor, partially airconditioned retail corridor, featuring cafés, restaurants and entertainment bars, complete with a water fountain, tropical trees and artistic street furniture for the public. Even the art gallery building has a creative secondary skin made out of neon lights and recycled glass bottles to jazz up the walk. The concept of civic space plays a big part in this development; all ground level areas of the buildings must be made available for public use. A riverfront promenade, set to become a centre for urban activity, has also been designed with generous civic space. Taking into account the tropical climate, the E-walk has a north-south orientation to reduce solar gain from the east-west side, and which also cools the place as it allows for natural cross-ventilation. The strategic placement of trees for shading and the water fountain help to reduce the ambient temperatur

              Hotel Concert Hall

              Redevelopment of Station Manggarai

              Spoiler for manggarai:






              Manggarai Commercial Centre

              Take a look of this concept, it's been a while and looks interesting to discuss, project in 72 hectare site to contain:

              -Manggarai Retail and Office Space Complex,
              -Manggarai Integrated Terminal:
              -Passenger Terminal,
              -Cargo Terminal
              -Warehouse
              -Airlines check-in counter area,
              -Bus interchange
              -Elevated Railway Track.





              REGATTA The Icon, a Nautical Theme Superblock in Jakarta



              Every country has iconic building: Eiffel Tower in Paris, Leaning Tower of Pissa in Italy, Pyramid in Egypt, and Statue of Liberty in US. What about Indonesia? The next icon of Indonesia will be REGATTA, a collaborative mega project between PT Dharmala Intiland and PT Global Ekabuana.

              Created by architect WS Atkins who also designed Burj Al Arab in Dubai, REGATTA The Icon comprises 10 apartment towers, hotels, Aqua Park and Service Apartment in a land of 11 hectare. With a view facing Java Sea, the exclusive residential REGATTA offers waterfront living concept.

              Word “Regatta” comes from a type of ship used for racing, and it is transformed into the silhouette of sailing ships and a lighthouse.



              The price list:
              - Sea View Type Apartment Unit, 260 m2 = US $400,000.
              - Aqua Park Type Apartment Unit, 243 m2 = US $452,630.
              - Penthouse Type, 450 m2 = US $842,100.

              Project Manager of BKMB, Aryadi Limansagita said that the construction will be finished in November 2009.

              Kuningan Central Station (Monorail Project

              Spoiler for kuningan station:

              Project Name: Kuningan Central Station
              Location :Jakarta, Indonesia
              Status : Design Development
              Expected Completion : 2008 (Green Line); 2010 (Blue Line)
              Gross Floor Area :2,700 m2 (includes stairs, bridge, concourse and platform)



              Jakarta’s two-line Monorail system is part of a multi-pronged effort to alleviate congestion in Indonesia’s capital city. The planned Monorail consists of two lines: the green line will circle the business and trading district; the blue line will cross that same area of the city. Once operational, the system is expected to carry some 120,000 passengers on a daily basis.

              The design for the green line’s Kuningan Central Station is driven by two main factors: first, it will take on a significant visual role in the city’s streetscape; and secondly, as an open structure, it has to consider Jakarta’s tropical climate. As one of the larger stations in the two-line monorail system, it will also act as a prototype for other stations along the line.

              The monorail at Kuningan Central Station is elevated above Rasuna Street in the business district, with the station occupying the space above a median strip separating traffic lanes. At 16 metres high and 60 metres long, the station must compete visually with the area’s large buildings. With that in mind, the designers sought to reduce the size of the building mass, making it as transparent and light as possible.



              As the stations are really more shelters than enclosed buildings, the designers also wanted to make sure that the station itself, the waiting areas and the access bridges were all open and incorporated into the street to not change the character of street life.

              They sought inspiration for the structure from a tree, with the design filtering out sunlight and creating shade at street level. A layered roof functions as the top of the tree, cooling down the hot air as it flows through the building. (To reduce costs, other stations will have a different roof structure.)

              The station’s structure is made of light concrete and steel to occupy as little space as possible while also being earthquake proof.
              Jakarta’s Transportation Future



              Now that the Jakarta bus rapid transit (BRT) system is deemed a success, the government looks to other transportation systems to create a comprehensive city network that takes the pressure off the city’s overloaded roadways.

              Monorail

              Construction on the Monorail project is to start in 2007. The system will comprise two lines, designated by colour, that aim to alleviate congestion in Jakarta’s business district. The Blue line will run for 13.5 kilometres and have 15 stations; the Green Line will circle the district for 14.3 kilometres with 16 stations.

              MRT

              Construction is slated to start in 2010, running along the north-south corridor of the city. The subway train will run for 19 kilometres and will have the capacity to carry 45,000 passengers per hour, each direction.

              Waterways Transport

              Jakarta has over 13 rivers that are wide enough to be used for waterway transport. This transport development is hoped to stimulate the city’s waterfront spaces and attract tourism, while preserving Jakarta’s rivers and canals. There are currently plans for six main waterway lanes, providing 61 kilometres of transport.

              Hub Station

              Dukuh Atas in South Jakarta will become the city’s main integrated transportation hub, interfacing with the LRT (the existing commuter train), MRT, Monorail, Waterways and Busway.
              Department of Religion Office

              Spoiler for department relgion:

              Location : Jl.. M.H Thamrin. Beside Menara BPPT.
              Office Tower, 20 Storeys

              JAKARTA TOWER

              Spoiler for jkt tower:



              Jakarta Tower (588m) when Built in 2009 will be the tallest free standing Tower in the World Surpassing CN Tower (553m). The winning design was created by Murphi/Iohn from the United States. However, since the design was too costly to develop, the government opted the runner-up design by East China Architecture Design & Research Institute (ECADI), who created Oriental Pearl Tower in China.

              Left to right: KL Tower, Shanghai Pearl Oriental Tower, Toronto's CN Tower and Jakarta Tower



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              Indonesia Movieland - The Hollywood of Indonesia



              Indonesia Movieland is PT Jababeka’s vision of the future for Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry. Capitalising on PT Jababeka’s corporate legacy of being a pioneer in the industrial sector since 1989, we seek to contribute to the establishment and development of Indonesia creative industry sector. Our focus is on the TV broadcast and film industry.

              Indonesia Movieland is envisioned to be “the 1st one stop TV broadcast and film industry centre in Indonesia”. Accommodated in 36 ha of land in Kota Jababeka, it will provide the facilities and resources needed to bring Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film industry to greater height.

              RARE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

              1. Positioned at the heart of 5600 ha Kota Jababeka, Indonesia movieland has the rare benefit of the convenience of using the various existing facilities located close to each other within Kota Jababeka for shooting locations.

              2. It also has the advantage of shooting permit efficiency because Indonesia Movieland works in partnership with Kota Jababeka management who administer the 5600 ha Kota Jababeka.

              3. Jababeka Industrial Estate houses 1350 factories from 23 countries, all of which have some need for above the line promotion. They are the captive market for the TV commercial producers

              4. Kota Jababeka has two private power plants (Bekasi Power & Cikarang Listrindo) serving all of its area, as such the great need of electricity in TV broadcast and film industry can certainly be met without much difficulty

              5. The President Film Academy will provide the much needed quality talent and professional for the TV broadcast and film industry



              INDONESIA MOVIELAND COMPLEX

              1. Various studio facilities of different sizes, suited to the making of TV commercials, films and live broadcast programs.

              2. Flexible working spaces to accommodated both pre-production and post-production works of the industry, start up companies or established ones equally

              3. Uniquely designed cultural centre that will be one of the landmark of Indonesia’s creative industry facility.

              4. In cooperation with President University, the President Film Academy will train the next generation of Indonesia’s TV broadcast and film professionals.

              5. A wide variety of accommodations to take care the needs of everybody from film crews to high level producers and talents

              6. Classy and comfortable cafes and entertainment spaces that opens 24hours to suit the different working style and lifestyle of the creative industry people

              7. Complete commercial facilities to ensure that both residents and guests will be able to find their needs and wants within the area

              8. Residences starting from high rise apartment blocks to stylish landed villa house, that offers glamour, convenience, safety and affordability

              9. Integrated internet connection with high speed connectivity throughout the area


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            • Ajie Raspati
              kayanya si bakal dibabat abis sama Nova si suster ngesot... naon si!!
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                kayanya si bakal dibabat abis sama Nova si suster ngesot...
                naon si!!
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