CIPUTRA WORLD SURABAYA
ELEVATING THE PEDESTRIAN EXPERIENCE
MCI (P) 007/10/2014
双语版 2015 年 3号
DP ARCHITECTS 在
印度尼西亚的发展历程 棉兰 坤甸
施工建设中 - Podomoro City Deli Medan
规划阶段 - Medan Fair - Medan Ring Road
规划阶段 - Pontianak Mixed Development
规划阶段 - Lubuklinggau Mixed Development
巴邻旁（巨港） 已完工 - Palembang Icon - Palembang Square
规划阶段 - Jakabaring Mixed Development
- Universitas Pelita Harapan
- Trans Studio Bandung
- Cikarang Mixed Development - Millennium Village - Serang Mixed Development
- Bandung ICON
三宝珑 已完工 - Gumaya Tower Hotel Semarang
施工建设中 - Srondol Semarang
雅加达 已完工 - Citra Graha Office - Emporium Pluit Mall - Equity Tower - Kemang Village - Kuningan City - MRCCC Siloam Hospitals - Multivision Tower - OT Office - Pacific Bay @ Pacific Place - Pejaten Village - Pluit Village Mall - Senayan City - Setiabudi Residence - Siloam Hospitals Simatupang - TCC Batavia Tower 1
- The City Tower - The Peak - The Windsor - Wisma 46
- Embarcadero Park Bintaro - Holland Village - La Vie - Mangkuluhur City - Pondok Indah Residences - Puri Matahari Tower - SOHO @ Podomoro City - SOHO Pancoran - TCC Batavia Tower 2 - Trans Fashion Office Tower
- Solo Mixed Development
日惹 已完工 - Yogya Saphir Mall & Hospital
施工建设中 - Uttara The Icon
自从上世纪九十年代初进入印尼市 场以来， DP Architects (DPA) 在过去二十几 年间对印尼的城市建设做出巨大贡献， 曾先后在 18 个城市提供各类建筑设计解 决方案。 DPA 在印尼参与的第一个项目是 Wisma 46 大厦，迄今为止该大厦仍是印尼 境内最高且最具地标性的建筑之一。 在印尼， DPA 参与的绝大部分项目是 多功能综合体，将商业、住宅、酒店、
医疗和学校设施纳入同一项目范畴内。 在雅加达等一些交通拥堵的城市内， 项目设施一般会先于基础设施和公共服 务设施，多功能综合体不仅最大程度地 缩减出行时间，而且增进社会交流和营 造一种和谐的社区氛围。多功能综合体 本身极其复杂，但是 DPA 在提供优美而 实用的设计解决方案方面建立了丰富的 知识和经验库；在满足客户设计要求的同
时，还可以解决终端顾客的需求，进而确 保打造出一个提高生活质量的人居环境。 DPA 与主要开发商、当地建筑设计师 和咨询专家共同参与和改造印尼的城市 环境。本期刊登的精选案例是体现 DPA 在多层次设计方法和目标方面实力的完 美佐证，这使其有能力打造出超越建筑 范畴以及提升社会、经济和环境条件的 高品质项目。
万鸦老 规划阶段 -
Bitung Mixed Development Blue Banter Mixed Development Kairagi Mixed Development Paniki Mixed Development
施工建设中 - Borneo Bay City
孟加锡 已完工 - Trans Studio Mall
施工建设中 - The St Moritz Makassar
规划阶段 已完工 - Lippo Mall Kuta - Siloam Hospitals Bali
- Makassar Dillah - Tanjung Bunga
施工建设中 - Siloam Hospitals Ambon
规划阶段 - Ubud Mixed Development
- Ciputra Mall - Ciputra World Surabaya - City of Tomorrow
- Lippo Mall Kupang - Siloam Hospitals Kupang
施工建设中 - Supermall Pakuwon Indah Extension - Tunjungan Plaza 6
规划阶段 - Siloam Hospitals Gubeng - Surabaya Junction
下拉布安 规划阶段 - Labuan Bajo Mixed Development
图例 商务办公 酒店 医疗 学校 住宅 零售
Letter from the Guest Editor
Welcome to a special issue of Design in Print, which puts a significant market under the microscope – Indonesia. As one of the top five fastest growing economies in Asia and the largest Southeast Asian economy, this market remains vibrant and more relevant than ever. As we reflect on more than 20 years of business growth in Indonesia, we are grateful to have been trusted with over 200 projects across 18 Indonesian cities and remain ever thankful and appreciative to our clients for encouraging us to push the envelope in our designs.
欢迎阅读 Design in Print 的特别专辑。本期特辑把重点放在一 个潜力巨大的市场—印度尼西亚。作为亚洲经济发展最快速的五 个国家之一和东南亚最大经济体，印尼市场继续充满活力并且越 来越重要。回顾二十多年来我们在印尼的业务发展，觉得有幸在 该国的 18座城市承担和参与了二百多个项目。对于客户在项目设 计过程中不断激励我们突破极限，我们在此深表感激。
With a population of 250 million and bustling megacities, Indonesia’s urban challenges are unique in the world. For a start, the scale and diversity of requirements within a mixed-use development are unprecedented. Building on its expertise in designing for mixed-use typologies, DP Architects finds itself designing mega mixed-use developments to suit the end-user’s needs – going beyond the typical mixed-use model to combine the likes of hospitals, schools, retail, office, hospitality and residential elements, thus creating an integrated environment for people to work, play and live holistically and sustainably. Such approaches to fully optimise land space have influenced other projects in terms of scale and master planning, driving our progress on the global front. Our journey into Indonesia has also been fruitful, with the tireless commitment and effort of Wu Tzu Chiang, Dadi Surya and Rida Sobana in achieving an in-depth understanding of the locals’ needs and lifestyles, as well as strengthening relations with our partners. With resources as a group of companies offering integrated design solutions, we continue to dedicate ourselves to Indonesia and make in-roads even beyond the architectural field. For instance, our interior design arm DP Design was behind the recent interior work for the first flagship cinema of Cinemaxx, Indonesia’s newest cinema chain. With that, we hope to expand the opportunities available in Indonesia to offer a more comprehensive range of services while ensuring the expeditious delivery of our projects. We hope you will enjoy reading this issue of Design in Print, which features some of our most significant mixed-use developments in Indonesia.
DP Architects 作为一家提供综合设计解决方案的集团公司， 始终致力于推动印尼市场的业务发展，并在建筑业以外的领域取 得突破性的进展。例如，我们集团旗下的室内设计公司 DP Design 最近承接了印尼最新电影院连锁 Cinemaxx 的首家旗舰 影院的室内装修工程。借此，我们希望在印尼市场上把握更多发 展机遇，以便进一步拓展服务范围和保证项目的快速交付。
我们希望您喜欢阅读本期的 Design in Print，其中重点介绍了 我公司在印尼境内开发设计的一些最主要的综合性开发项目。
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这种方法可实现土地空间的有效使用，对其他建筑项目的规 模和总体设计产生重大影响，而且还激励我们始终走在全球建筑 设计领域的最前沿。经过吴志强、林银良和 Rida Sobana 的不懈 努力，我公司在印尼市场上的发展突飞猛进，深入了解到当地人 民的需求和生活方式，同时加强了我们与合作伙伴的关系。
李成威 首席执行官， DP Architects
Francis Lee Chief Executive Officer, DP Architects
Chan Hui Min
印尼约有两亿五千万人口，城市发展日新月异，市区发展也 面临世界上独一无二的挑战。首先，人们对于商业综合体规模和 多样性的需求是前所未有的。 DP Architects 凭借在综合开发项目 设计方面所积累的专业经验和知识，根据终端用户的需求，定制 设计大规模的多功能建筑——完全超越传统多功能建筑模式的标 准，专注于将医院、学校、零售、办公、酒店和住宅等多种元素 纳入同一个综合功能区内，从而创造出一个足以让人们工作、娱 乐和生活的全面性和可持续性综合环境。
Loh Yew Cheng Lee Hui Yee Fu Tingting
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Short takes on new & notable projects
双 语 版 ， 2 0 1 5 年 ， 3 号
La Vie 住宅
La Vie Indonesia
CONTENTS Short takes on new & notable projects 摘要
01 La Vie La Vie 住宅 02 TCC Batavia Tower 2 巴达维亚 TCC 二号大厦 03 Supermall Pakuwon Indah Extension Supermall Pakuwon Indah 扩建项目 04 Mangkuluhur City Mangkuluhur City 综合开发 05 Uttara The Icon Uttara The Icon 住宅 06 Tunjungan Plaza 6 塔尤干广场 6 号 07 Manado Bay
万鸦老海湾总体规划 08 Siloam Hospitals
西洛阿姆医院 09 Kupang Mixed Development
古邦综合开发 10 Alam Sutera Residences
阿拉姆舒特拉住宅 11 The St Moritz Makassar
孟加锡圣莫里茨综合开发 12 Lebak Bulus – The Arena
布陆斯谷 — 竞技场
Featured projects 主要项目
克芒新村 Trans Studio Bandung Complex Trans Studio Bandung 商业综合体 Ciputra World Surabaya
泗水西普拉世界 Millennium Village
Celebration of past projects 历史回顾
Senayan City, 2006
Cover image: Millennium Village
La Vie comprises two 32-storey residential towers tucked away in Denpasar Street, within the Kuningan Central Business District of Jakarta. Designed for high-end luxury living and sophisticated urbanites, the towers – Suite Alee and Suite Porte – are delicately designed in a clean linear language to create a modern and timeless look. Comprising two and three-bedroom apartments, Suite Alee houses 118 of the larger suites, including two penthouse suites, while Suite Porte houses 182 smaller suites, an indoor sky pool and gym. Due to the many different suite configurations, the layout demanded a delicate balance between form and function. The two towers are laid out on a systematic rectilinear grid on an irregular site, allowing for porosity and views of the scenic landscaping from every apartment suite, which are predominantly north-south facing. With a ceiling height of 3.6m, premium amenities and finishings, each suite is designed to provide a spacious ambience and plush comfort. La Vie 的两栋 32 层住宅大楼隐藏在雅加达古宁安中央商务 区的登巴萨大街上。这两栋大楼，Suite Alee 和 Suite Porte，专为 渴望高端奢华住宅环境的城市居民而精心打造，通过优美简洁 的线性语言塑造出时尚永恒的雅致外观。两栋大楼内建有两居 室和三居室公寓住宅， Suite Alee 大楼坐拥 118 套大户型套房， 其中包括两套顶楼套房； Suite Porte 大楼坐拥 182 套小户型套 房、室内空中泳池和健身房。考虑到套房配置的多样性，建筑 布局需要实现形式与功能的微妙平衡。两栋大楼坐落在一块不 规则场地上，呈系统的直线网格分布；由于大部分公寓套房以 南北朝向为主，这有助于保证每套公寓的日照时间和住户欣赏 窗外优美风景的自由视野。每套公寓的室内高度均为 3.6 米， 并配备奢华雅致的生活设施和时尚装饰，目的在于为住户打造 宽敞舒适的住宿环境。
封面图片: 千禧村 DP 01
TCC Batavia Tower 2 Indonesia 巴达维亚TCC二号大厦
Located in the heart of Jakarta as part of The City Center Development (TCC), this 54-storey commercial tower contains the flagship headquarters for a bank. As the later of two office towers within the development, the design of TCC Batavia Tower 2 mindfully incorporates a similar layered façade found in TCC Batavia Tower 1. The building form is inspired by the Chinese character 川 (chuan), meaning river. Like the river, the tower aspires to become the central confluence of various movement streams in the city that bring people together. The tower slopes upwards in a gradual curve from the ground to the peak, offering large floor plates for office, F&B and retail tenants from the first to the third storey. Clear full-height glass facing the main street allows for views inside and outside, showcasing the tower as a lively and people-oriented space filled with activity.
Short takes on new & notable projects
作为城市中心开发项目的一部分， 巴达维亚 TCC 二号大厦是坐落在雅加 达市中心的一栋 54 层商业大厦，其中 设有一家银行的旗舰总部。由于二号大 厦是该项目两栋办公大厦中施工较晚 的，所以采用与一号大厦类似的分层外 立面设计。大厦的建筑形态灵感源于汉 字里的“川”字，意指河流。这栋大厦 有望如河流般成为城市内多股意识流的 中央交汇点，并成为人们的联结纽带。 大厦从地面到屋顶呈缓和曲线形式向上 斜行，一楼至三楼的宽阔空间设有办公 室、餐饮区和零售区。清晰整洁的全高 落地窗面朝主大街，方便欣赏内外的景 观，并完美展示大厦内繁忙的商业活动 和一个以人为本的魅力空间。
Supermall Pakuwon Indah Extension Indonesia Supermall Pakuwon Indah 扩建项目
This extension aims to seamlessly integrate additional lifestyle developments with the existing Supermall Pakuwon Indah, such as residential towers, a hotel and a new shopping mall extension. Design enhancements include an LED screen around the circular drum entrance of the existing Supermall and a dynamic canvas for future media walls or green walls. Selected strata shops at the Supermall also come with an updated orthogonal frontage, ‘punched out’ as random boxes to reflect each shop’s individuality. The linearity of the façade is diffused by an additional curvilinear façade that wraps around the mall extension. Tied to the old mall, the new mall also features a wavy organic glass and aluminium form and grand canopy shaped to evoke the rippling effect of a dancing ribbon. Luxuriant, landscaped green veils add soothing visual points for users within the built development, while a circular multi-purpose hall, designed as an illuminated jewel, sits above the mall podium, overlooking the beautiful city view.
此扩建项目旨在实现新建 时尚生活设施与现有 Supermall Pakuwon Indah 超级购物中心的无 缝结合，例如多栋住宅大楼、一 家酒店和现有购物中心的扩展工 程。设计优化项目包括环绕现有 购物中心的圆形大门设置一个大 型 LED 屏幕以及搭设一幅动态幕 布，准备将来用作媒体墙或绿色 植生墙。购物中心的一些高档商 店也升级改造成垂直门面，如阵 列随机立方体般彰显每家商店的 独特个性。现有建筑外立面的线 性元素与扩建部分的曲线外立面 完美融合在一起。扩建部分与原 有购物中心相互连通，其特点在 于波浪状有机玻璃和铝合金结构 的大型天篷遮挡，用以激发这一 舞动彩带的涟漪作用。枝繁叶茂 的绿色景观植物墙为用户增添些 许温馨舒缓的视觉感受；位于购 物中心裙楼之上的圆形多功能大 厅是该项目设计的一大亮点，便 于眺望迷人的城市美景。
Indonesia Mangkuluhur City 综合开发
05 Mangkuluhur City is a mixed-use development at the Semanggi Interchange in Jakarta, divided into three distinct zones – hospitality, office and residential. A central ‘oasis’ was introduced as a communal space to encourage movement between zones, with a nodal concentration of activities at the heart of the development. With direct linkages to Grade A offices, a five-star hotel reception and a plethora of F&B, fitness and retail facilities for everyday needs, it is an ideal hangout for residents, office executives and hotel guests. The large-scale ‘oasis’ is inspired by yin and yang elements and consists of an elliptical water feature and lush garden shaped to complement it, offering respite amid a built-up environment surrounded by the busiest roads in Jakarta.Cradling the ‘oasis’, the retail podium is intricately articulated, with part of its façade turned into a hive-like feature wall made of trellises in a dark brown finish. Mangkuluhur City 是个位于雅加达 Semanggi Interchange 的 综合功能发展项目，分为三大特色功能区——酒店区、办公 区和住宅区。作为一处公共空间，中央“绿洲”旨在促进各 功能区之间的互动交流，同时作为该综合开发项目的核心活 动场所。一家五星级酒店和各种餐饮、健身和零售设施与甲 级办公楼直接连通，不仅可以满足人们的日常生活需求，而 且是居民、上班族和酒店顾客的完美休闲娱乐场所。这处大 型“绿洲”的设计灵感源自传统文化中的阴阳五行，其中包 括一座椭圆形水景，配上葱郁的花园景观，在雅加达最繁忙 街道环绕的建筑群中打造出一个宁静的休闲场所。零售裙楼 的各建筑结构错综连通，支撑起这处喧嚣都市中的“绿洲”， 其中一部分外立面改造成一个类似蜂巢的格架结构墙，采用 深棕色格调装饰。
Uttara The Icon Indonesia Uttara The Icon 住宅
Located in Yogyakarta, a historical city known as a centre of academia and appreciation of classical Javanese fine arts, this development consists of 374 apartment units and a shop. The building uniquely embodies Yogyakarta’s character as a city where traditional and modern values harmoniously co-exist. Applying this characteristic of duality to the project, the architects sought to portray traditional elements with solid textures, and modernity with clean and transparent elements. The south-facing façade incorporates balconies, engraved panels and diagonal fins on railings that reinterpret Indonesian ‘Parang Rusak’ batik fabric motifs, while the north-facing façade is composed of clear glass. The contrasting façades are also inspired by Indonesia’s traditional shadow puppet theatre, wayang kulit, which involves inverse spaces – with clean silhouettes taking the front stage, here signified by the clean north-facing façade; and backstage buzz and activity by performers, here signified by the textured south-facing façade.
本项目坐落在被誉为印尼学术和古典爪哇艺术鉴赏 中心的历史名城日惹市，其中包括 374 套公寓住宅和 一座零售大楼。 Uttara The Icon 建筑完美体现了日惹古 城传统与现代观念和谐共存的独特魅力。建筑设计师透 过钢筋水泥结构来描绘传统元素，又通过干净透明的元 素传递现代观念，赋予 Uttara The Icon 无与伦比的二元 特色。朝南的外立面上设有阳台、浮雕图案和对角线 护栏，重新诠释了印尼人民的传统“ Parang Rusak”蜡 染面料图案，朝北的外立面则是装上干净透明的玻璃 墙。南北两个外立面风格形成鲜明对比，其设计灵感源 自印尼的传统皮影戏院 — Wayang Kulit，内含两面反向 空间—前台展现干净清晰的剪影，这相当于干净透明的 朝北外立面；后台表演者攘攘熙熙的活动相当于建筑朝 南的外立面。
塔尤干广场 6 号
Tunjungan Plaza 6 Indonesia
Short takes on new & notable projects
07 Located in the heart of Surabaya, Tunjungan Plaza 6 is the latest addition to the Superblock Tunjungan City mixed-use development, consisting of a retail podium extension, apartment and office tower. Conceived as a garden gateway, this ‘secret garden’ features lush, cascading greenery and F&B terraces that create a surprising and intimate sense of arrival for the new mall. The narrow site and high density of the development posed challenges for vehicular access, while the frontage of the building had to be maximised. In order to unify the different components of the mall, the façade features a continuous, wave-like ribbon that wraps over the existing façade to create a characteristic architectural language for the development. The existing roundabout servicing Sheraton Hotel and Regency Apartments Tower becomes the new focal point and lynchpin of the master plan.
塔尤干广场 6 号坐落在泗水市中心，这是超大型塔尤干 城综合功能区的最新一期扩建项目，包括一座零售裙楼扩展 工程、公寓住宅和办公大楼。这座“秘密花园”的设计宗旨 是打造一个公园门户，其特色在于葱郁的层叠绿色植物景观 和餐饮露台，为前往全新购物中心的人们营造一种惊喜而亲 切的感受。至于车辆通道，狭长的建筑用地和高密度建筑群 是两大局限，而屋前空地必须尽量保持开阔空间。为了统一 购物中心的各个部分，建筑外立面采用连续的波浪式带状设 计，为该项目打造出特色鲜明的建筑语言。为喜来登酒店和 Regency 公寓大楼服务的现有环岛变成了总体规划中的一个全 新焦点和关键。
Manado Bay Indonesia 万鸦老海湾总体规划
Nestled within the city centre of Manado and overlooking the Bunaken Marine Park, Manado Bay is a 6ha master plan designed to transform an abandoned construction site into a state-of-the-art waterfront city. Phase 1 of the development, which occupies a site area of 2.2ha, consists of a 93,000sqm retail mall, a hotel, a hospital, a school, a ballroom, a wedding chapel, government offices and three residential towers. A two-storey retail bridge connects the main podium to the existing four-star hotel and hospital across the main road, and forms a gateway to this development. High-rise towers are designed to line two curves that sweep dramatically from the dense urban fabric, opening up towards Manado Cove. Echoing the undulating coastline, the promenade serves as a vibrant activity spine enhanced by the adjacent, terraced retail podium which boasts an array of restaurants and al fresco dining options that enjoy breathtaking views of the sea.
万鸦老海湾坐落在万鸦老市中心，俯瞰风光旖旎的布纳肯 海洋公园 (Bunaken Marine Park) ，是个占地六公顷的总体规划 项目，宗旨在于将一处荒弃已久的建筑用地改造成一座现代 时尚海滨城。第一期工程占地 2.2 公顷，包括一座 9 万 3000 平方米的零售商场、一家酒店、一家医院、一所学校、一座宴 会厅、一座婚礼教堂、政府办公大楼和三栋住宅大楼。一座两 层高的零售大桥将主裙楼与主干道对面的现有四星级酒店和医 院连通起来，构成进出该项目的门户。高层大楼呈两条曲线分 布，面朝迷人的万鸦老海湾敞开，这与密集的都市建筑结构形 成鲜明对比。人行漫步道沿波浪起伏的海岸线分布，形成一个 极富动感活力的活动中心，而附近的阶梯状零售裙楼内则分布 着一系列餐厅和露天餐馆，方便人们在享受美味的同时饱尝迷 人的海景，平添总体项目的独特魅力。
Indonesia’s health insurance scheme is expected to become the world’s largest, with its entire population of around 250 million covered by 2019. To meet this exponential growth in healthcare demand over the next few years, the country aims to build approximately 1,200 new hospitals, bringing its total to 3,500. This has created a tremendous opportunity for DP Healthcare (DPH), a subsidiary of DP Architects (DPA). Working closely with DPA, which is responsible for the overall master planning and architecture of the firm’s mixed-use projects in Indonesia, DPH has since been involved in the planning and design of nine healthcare projects in the country, which will provide approximately 3,500 beds in Jakarta, the regions of Maluku, Makassar, Tangerang, Medan as well as East, West and Central Java. The projects share a unique characteristic – they are integrated within mixeduse developments, where retail, hotel, residential and multi-storey parking
facilities are combined with medical components under one roof. These disparate uses create competition for prime spaces, resulting in distinctive stacking models and adjacencies to satisfy the operational and safety requirements of different users.
DPH develops new hospital typologies based on the specific natures of public and private patient interfacing, carefully tailoring its designs to fit the local context and culture. In fact, for the next four years, DPH has been engaged to develop medical planning schemes for more than 20 projects in Indonesia, now one of its key overseas markets. Through a close working relationship with its clients, DPH aims to move forward in developing quality medical environments to facilitate Jakarta’s thrust in providing universal healthcare for its citizens as well as catering for the demand for high-end healthcare services, not only in Jakarta but also the entire country.
印度尼西亚的医疗保险制度有望成为全世界覆盖范围最广的体系，政 府力争到 2019 年覆盖全国的 2 亿 5000 万居民。为满足未来几年内增长速度 越来越快的医疗保健需求，印尼政府计划增建约 1200 家医院，使医院总数 达到 3500 家。 这对于 DP Architects (DPA)旗下的 DP Healthcare (DPH) 来说是一个巨大的 机遇。 DPA 负责印尼境内多功能综合开发项目的总体规划和建筑设计， DPH 一直与 DPA 密切合作，曾先后负责印尼九个医疗建筑项目的规划和设计， 这些项目为雅加达、马鲁古省、孟加锡、坦格朗、棉兰以及爪哇东部、西 部和中部地区提供了约 3500 个床位。 这些项目都有一个独特的特征—结合多功能综合开发项目，把零售、 酒店、住宅和多层停车设施与医疗保健设施纳入“同一屋檐下”。这些完 全不同的功能区之间互相争夺最优空间，促成了独具特色的堆栈模式和邻
接关系，从而满足不同用户的运作和安全 要求。 基于公共和私立医院的特定属性， DPH 研发了全新的医院建筑类型学，精心定制适 合当地项目环境和文化的独特设计。事实 上，印尼已成为 DPH 的重要海外市场之一， 在未来四年内， DPH 将为印尼的二十多个项 目开发医疗规划方案。 通过与客户的密切合作， DPH 将在开发 优质医疗环境方面继续努力和发展，以帮助 雅加达为其居民提供全民医疗设施，并迎合 雅加达和印尼全国的高端医疗服务需求。
Kupang Mixed Development Indonesia 古邦综合开发
印尼 With a GFA of 175,000sqm, this project aims to become an urban generator, retail landmark and well-integrated destination for Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, comprising retail, commercial, hospitality, education and healthcare elements. To be built on a contoured site measuring 377m in length, with a vast height difference of 12m between the north and south sides and the architects responded to the challenge by situating the four-storey office and retail podium to the west, ‘stacking’ it to follow the sloping contours of the site. To the east, the ballroom and convention centre as well as the four-storey 600-bed hospital equally respond to sloping contours, with the latter connected to the retail podium through a covered pedestrian walkway. Towards the south, facing the primary road, Jalan El Tari II, is where the eight-storey hotel and five-storey school are found, with the school located above the commercial podium. The façade is inspired by local textures and patterns, and the canopy below the façade acts as a ribbon unifying each component into one integrated development.
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古邦综合开发项目的建筑总面积约 17 万 5000 平方米，旨在打造成为东努
沙登加拉省古邦市的“都市发动机”、 购物天堂和综合性旅游胜地；该项目集 零售、商业、酒店、教育和医疗保健设 施于一体。建筑用地长约 377 米，呈波 浪状走势，南北两边的高度差距达 12 米；
为适应项目现场复杂的地形坡度，建筑 设计师在西边布局了四层高办公和零售 裙楼。 在东边，宴会厅和会议中心以及一 座四层高，拥有 600 张床位的医院同样 根据地形走势平均分布，医院与零售裙楼
之间由一条有盖走道连通。在朝南方向， 面向 Jalan El Tari II 大街处坐落着一栋八 层酒店大楼和一栋五层学校大楼，而学校 就设在商业裙楼之上。建筑外立面的设计 灵感源自当地的特色纹理和图案， 外立 面下方的天篷就像一条丝带，把所有功能 区统一纳入一个综合项目中。
Alam Sutera Residences Indonesia 阿拉姆舒特拉住宅
Alam Sutera Residences in Tangerang comprises four apartment towers with lifestyle amenities. Spanning two plots of land, each plot contains two residential towers atop a two-storey retail and F&B podium, dynamically designed with curved edges. One 37-storey tower is made up of one and two-bedroom apartments, while the other 41-storey tower consists of three-bedroom homes. For a sense of lightness, the towers are lifted a few storeys above the podium so that they ‘float’ to maximise visibility and circulation at the lower levels. The deck is richly landscaped with greenery and contains recreational facilities. For a contemporary look, the full-height glass façade is deliberately composed of geometrical elements, with exposed cuboid frames, patterned window screens and open balconies at the building’s corners, allowing in natural light and wind. The towers are rotated about 45 degrees to minimise exposure to the western sun, while allowing for unobstructed views on both fronts – with beautiful sunset views in the west and the vibrant city skyline in the east.
位于坦格朗的阿拉姆舒特拉住宅项目包括四栋公寓大 楼，备有时尚生活设施。该项目横跨两块建筑用地，每块建 有两栋住宅大楼，底下建有两层零售和餐饮裙楼，采用曲线 边缘设计，呈现出动感活力的外观。其中一栋 37 层大楼为一 居室和两居室公寓，另一栋 41 层大楼为三居室公寓住宅。为 保证宽敞明亮的空间环境，住宅大楼整体置于几层高的裙楼 之上，此“悬浮”设计旨在尽量提高低层公寓的能见度，确 保低层公寓空气流通。平台则装点成青葱翠绿的花园，其中 设有休闲娱乐设施。为打造现代时尚的建筑外观，全高落地 窗的外立面特意融合多种几何元素，建筑四角搭配外露的立 方体框架、饰有图案的纱窗和露天阳台，旨在提升采光度和 自然通风系统。住宅大楼旋转约 45 度，以便在减少夕阳照射 的同时，保证东西两边风光一览无遗—西边可欣赏夕阳西下 的迷人景色，东边则可欣赏充满活力的城市天际线。
The St Moritz Makassar Indonesia
12 The St Moritz Makassar integrates over 12 programmes coherently within a single development in the city of Makassar, with spaces for retail, healthcare and wellness, hospitality, education, residential, commercial, leisure, religious worship and sports. The design seeks to maintain a simple yet vibrant language that will tie the entire development together with extended canopies to welcome residents. Underpinned by the concept of flexibility, apartments are designed to be modular, enabling buyers to purchase and combine adjacent units for additional space if needed. The apartments sit atop a podium and provide commanding views of the city and Losari beach. When completed, the signature 50-storey residential and hospitality tower, situated at the most prominent corner of the development, will be one of the biggest and tallest developments in Makassar.
孟加锡圣莫里茨项目将孟加锡市内的 12 个项目完美整 合入一个综合性开发项目内，打造一个集零售、医疗保健、 酒店、教育、住宅、商业、休闲娱乐、宗教崇拜和体育运动 于一体的多功能空间。这个项目力图保持一种充满活力而简 洁的建筑设计语言，将全部项目设施完全整合入一个超大规 模的天篷下，为住户营造一种温馨舒适的住宿环境。公寓住 宅的设计理念在于突出其灵活性，所有公寓均采用模块化设 计，便于购房者根据个人的空间拓展需求整合相邻的住宅单 元。公寓住宅坐落在一座裙楼之上，可尽情俯瞰迷人的都市 美景和风景如画的洛萨里海滩。一栋 50 层楼高的地标性住宅 和酒店大楼位于现场位置最优越的角落，在项目完工后，它 将成为孟加锡规模最大且最高的建筑之一。
Lebak Bulus – The Arena Indonesia 布陆斯谷 — 竞技场
Conceived as a mixed development and integrated transport hub, it will act as a vibrant regional gateway to the city. With retail and commercial programmes alongside the future MRT and bus terminals, it will spearhead interconnected pedestrian-centric, transport-oriented developments in Indonesia. This will be the first node of many in Jakarta’s new transit network, which will enable it to become a pedestrian-friendly city. Inspired by the vortex, The Arena amalgamates the concept of ‘work, live, play’ and nature within one development. Connectivity is brought to the human scale, with elevated green pedestrian walks that reduce reliance on personal vehicles and provide green elements within a built-up environment. The mall, public plaza, office, hotel and residential towers create a striking presence, embodying urban principles within a suburban fabric. This project aims to establish a new frame of reference for future regional transport hubs.
竞技场 ( The Arena ) 的设计构思在于打造一个综合性 开发项目和一体化交通枢纽，它将成为进出布陆斯谷市 的一个充满活力的区域门户。根据项目总体规划，现时 将设计打造零售和商业建筑，未来将在旁边建造地铁和 公交枢纽，使它成为印尼境内以行人为中心且以交通道 路为导向的示范项目。这将是雅加达全新交通网络的首 个节点，有助雅加达变成一个方便行人的城市。竞技场 的设计灵感源自漩涡，将“工作、生活和娱乐”概念以 及自然环境完美整合入一个项目内。通过高架的绿色人 行道将连通性引入人居空间，减少人们对私人汽车的依 赖，并在一个建筑物密集的环境中打造绿色元素。购物 商场、公共广场、办公楼、酒店和住宅大楼共同营造 出一个无与伦比的空间环境，在郊区环境中彰显都市理 念。这个项目旨在为未来区域交通枢纽建立一个全新的 参考框架。 DP 07
THE GOAL WAS TO CREATE AN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT THAT IS SENSITIVE TO THE EXISTING ENVIRONMENT, WHILE CREATING A BEAUTIFUL SPACE FOR RESIDENTS TO ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS
AREA: 359,000 SQM
KEMANG VILLAGE AN OASIS IN THE CITY 城市中的绿洲
Facing page: The sleek entrance to Kemang Village Mall. Below: Residences are surrounded by gardens and
By Jolene Limuco
tranquil pools for a healthy, green living environment.
克芒新村占地十公顷，是个坐落在 印尼南雅加达富人区的大型综合开发项 目。该项目包括住宅、酒店、学校、公 寓和零售设施，整体建筑布局力求在各 建筑之间保持宽敞的空间距离，为住户 打造周边景观的自由视野。 克芒新村坐落在这个地区最后一大 片空旷的绿地上，因此， DPA 在项目建 设过程中尽可能保留其绿色环境。目标 是在打造一个与自然环境和谐共处的一 体化项目的同时，为居民营造一个绿荫 环绕且遍布恬静池塘的舒适户外空间。 项目现场新植两千多棵树，以保持该地 区绿意盎然的环保特征。 为营造更为开阔的视觉感受，广场 道路摒弃传统的路边石设计，改用护柱 和盆栽植物。此外，宽敞的人行道两侧 设有各种路沿和平台，方便人们开展丰 富多样的休闲活动。零售餐饮大街的外 立面与相邻住宅大楼遥相呼应，在保留 克芒街头节日欢快氛围的同时，大幅提 升该项目的品质。 Spread over ten hectares, Kemang Village is a large-scale mixed-use development located in the upmarket district of Kemang in South Jakarta. The integrated development, positioned in a lushly landscaped precinct, is set to revitalise an area that is fast becoming a prestigious and sought-after commercial and residential zone. The site is divided into two plots: Kemang Village Residences, which comprises four residential towers of varying heights up to 43 storeys, and a mixed-use plot, which comprises a hotel, a school and three apartment towers above a retail podium. The buildings are thoughtfully arranged to maximise distances between them and provide unobstructed views of the surroundings. Even as the project adds vibrancy and buzz to Kemang, the developer was keen to retain
the sylvan charm of the neighbourhood. As the development is located in the last big plot of green in the area, careful steps were taken to preserve as much greenery as possible. The goal was to create an integrated development that respects the existing environment, while creating a beautiful space for residents to enjoy the great outdoors with lush gardens and tranquil pools punctuating the landscape. Only 31 per cent of the site is utilised out of the 35 per cent allocated, with the remaining land channelled into creating open spaces for the public. More than 2,000 new trees were also introduced to retain the green characteristic of the area. As the area is flood-prone, a flood control system comprising a water retention pond was installed in the basement to mitigate the problem; this was complemented by a comprehensive water treatment system that recycles rainwater for use in the entire development. To extend the plaza visually, bollards and potted plants are used to replace the typical kerb design on the pavements. The use of a cobblestone finish on the pedestrian driveway seeks to slow down the vehicular traffic along the internal circuits. In addition, wide sidewalks are lined with ledges and balconies to encourage activities along the street. The result is a lively retail and F&B street façade that echoes the neighbourhood’s residential character, with seamless sheltered walkways that connect the exterior and interior. These details were considered in designing the public plazas to retain the festive feel of street life in Kemang and enhance the quality of the development. With conscious efforts made to preserve the lush green environment that has defined the locale, coupled with elements that add muchneeded facilities to the area, Kemang Village is set to become the regional catalyst for future mixed-use developments that embrace sustainable and environmentally sensitive approaches in Jakarta and beyond.
Team Members: (Sitting left to right)
Wu Tzu Chiang,
Noer Ucen Hong &
(Standing left to right) Andria D Adiputra, Jeremias Kapitan,
TRANS STUDIO BANDUNG 商业综合体
TRANS STUDIO BANDUNG COMPLEX
By Leong Wei Lin
Trans Studio Theme Park
Trans Studio Mall
(Façade additions & alterations)
(The Trans Luxury Hotel & IBIS Hotel)
(Façade additions & alterations)
Mall Plaza Gateway Canopy
THE LUXURY HOTEL STANDS OUT WITH ITS BRONZE-TINTED REFLECTIVE GLASS CLADDING AND ELABORATELY DESIGNED LOBBY Trans Studio Bandung 商业综合体是个
位于万隆市中心的综合生活娱乐中心，包 括一座购物商场、两栋酒店大楼和一个与 购物商场连通的主题公园。 购物商场的翻新和两栋全新酒店的设 计方法注重整合项目的多种不同元素。置 身于六星级 The Trans 豪华酒店内可俯瞰 附近的露天广场，并且欣赏主题公园和景 观花园的迷人景色。此外，环绕购物商场 的餐饮街也为人们开辟了一片热闹的活 动天地。 Team Members:
(Sitting left to right)
Noer Ucen Hong,
Wu Tzu Chiang,
Yuriza Oktavialdy, Pulvy Iskandar,
(Standing left to right)
Raymond Purwanto &
青铜色反光玻璃墙面会让人感觉到这 家豪华酒店内弥漫着一种强烈的个性风 格，与相邻的宜必思酒店形成鲜明的对 照。酒店的主大厅宏伟壮观，天花板设计 精美雅致，在立柱外覆层上雕刻有错综复 杂的激光切割图案。
与印尼的其他城市相比，万隆全年 气候凉爽，购物商场前面的露天广场 已变成一处极受欢迎的户外活动场所。 为展示对项目环境和用户需求的敏感 度， DPA 专门在广场上方设计建造了一 个大型的椭圆形 ETFE 天篷， 12 米的净 高便于日光照明和自然通风。 翻新和扩建工程为该区注入新的生 命活力，吸引家庭、游客和当地人前往 享受公共空间，并为购物商场带来更多 的客流量。 Top: Element diagram showing the integrated components within the complex. Facing page: Different elements of the development are connected together, while the design of the hotel sets it apart as a definitive icon.
AREA: 43,000 SQM
Below: These stylish new hotels are part of the updated Trans Studio Bandung Complex, an integrated lifestyle entertainment hub comprising a mall, two hotels and a theme park. Bottom: The main vehicular drop-off was conceived as a dynamic folding plane in striking red aluminium cladding to draw
THE NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO EXISTING FACILITIES DEMONSTRATE SENSITIVITY TO THE SITE CONTEXT AND USER NEEDS
attention from the main road.
Located in Central Bandung along Jalan Gatot Subroto, the Trans Studio Bandung Complex is an integrated lifestyle entertainment hub composing of a mall, two hotel towers and a theme park connected to the western end of the mall. As part of the upgrade and expansion project, the existing Trans Studio Mall underwent overall façade improvements with updated entrances and strategic linkages to the new developments within the site. The design approach for the mall upgrading and two new hotels placed great importance on the creation of cohesive connections between the different elements of the development. The orientation of the six-star The Trans Luxury Hotel is such that the hotel overlooks the adjacent open plaza, maximising views facing the theme park, the landscaped grounds as well as Mount Tangkuban Perahu in the distance. Due to the intentional
massing design of the hotel blocks, a natural public pedestrian linkway leading to the plaza was created. The hotel’s grand ballroom is situated on the mall’s existing roof, transforming the roof deck into a semi-public outdoor landscaped extension of the pre-function area. There is also a new F&B belt along the perimeter of the mall which creates a vibrant stretch of lively activity as visitors walk between the hotel and theme park. The luxury hotel, while being part of a cohesive development, successfully depicts a strong sense of individuality with its bronze-tinted reflective glass cladding, setting it apart from the adjacent IBIS Hotel. The main lobby of the hotel was designed with grandeur in mind – the ceiling of the porte-cochère features an elaborate design, with intricate laser-cut patterns at the column claddings.
The new hotel developments and improvements to existing facilities demonstrate sensitivity to the site context and user needs. As Bandung typically experiences cooler year-round temperatures as compared to other Indonesian cities, the mall’s existing open plaza has become a popular location for outdoor concerts and events. To enhance the user’s experience and offer greater comfort, a large elliptical ETFE canopy spanning 1,000sqm was introduced to shelter the plaza
and the 12m clear height allows for pleasant daylighting and natural ventilation. The upgrade and expansion project serves to inject new life into the area, attracting families, tourists and locals alike to enjoy the public spaces as well as bringing greater pedestrian traffic to the mall. On the other spectrum, set amid the landscaped grounds, the hotel stands as an exclusive and definitive icon within the neighbourhood.
WITH ITS COHESIVE CONNECTIONS AND PUBLIC SPACES, THE PROJECT SERVES TO INJECT NEW LIFE, ATTRACTING FAMILIES, TOURISTS AND LOCALS
Top: With the inclusion of a grand ballroom on the mall’s existing roof, the roof deck is transformed into a semi-public outdoor landscaped extension. Left: The large elliptical ETFE canopy, which spans 1,000sqm to shelter the popular outdoor plaza.
CIPUTRA WORLD SURABAYA FLUID AMALGAMATION 流畅的功能融合 By Domenica Tan
泗水西普拉世界是个坐落在印度尼西 亚泗水的五期总体规划项目，其中包括零 售、住宅、 SOHO ( 家居办公 ) 、办公、酒 店和公寓酒店等综合设施。依托泗水的丰 富海洋传统文化，项目设计的独特之处在 于流体曲线概念，其灵感源于航海船只， 旨在营造出一种一体化的设计效果。 包括西普拉购物中心 ( Ciputra Mall ) 和 两栋公寓大楼的第一期工程已经完工。购 物中心的外观和内饰极富层次感，并点缀 着反映航海主题的各种曲线和图形。项目 设计的焦点在于一处椭圆形中庭，宽敞明 亮的二级中庭将零售空间完美呈现出来。 购物中心的圆形结构形成一个连续循环， 旨在实现与未来扩建工程的完美对接。 目前，第二期工程正在施工，其中包 括一栋公寓和 SOHO 综合大楼。这些大
楼相邻而建，旨在大幅优化停车场和住 宅单元的布局和结构效率。每栋大楼的 外观设计各不相同，形成鲜明的对比效 果，独具匠心的观景台和外立面上的垂 直混凝土框架将几栋大楼连接在一起， 营造出一种和谐一致的视觉效果。 第三期工程包括现有零售裙楼的扩 建工程以及新建办公楼、 SOHO 大楼和 酒店大厦。开放空间和自然元素的灵感 源于花园概念，完美融入设计中。购物 中心前方的公园是一处清新幽静的“绿 洲”，供人们在如此高密度的建筑群中 休闲放松。此外，建筑外立面改造成波 浪起伏的玻璃和铝合金结构墙体，并 装饰有多层阶梯状绿色植物景观。一个 精致雕刻的大型“云盖”高悬于公园之 上，一端固定于裙楼外立面上，为项目 打造出一种独特的认同感和存在感。
Above: The essence of fluidity and movement is captured by the creative interplay of curvilinear shapes and forms. Left: Sketch plan and elevation of phasing and mixed-use components within the master plan. Courtesy of Ramada and Days Hotels Singapore
ANCHORED BY SURABAYA’S STRONG MARITIME HERITAGE, THE DESIGN CONCEPT FEATURES FLUID CURVES THAT DRAW REFERENCE TO THE SAILS OF NAUTICAL SHIPS AND CREATE A UNIFIED EFFECT
AREA: 178,000 SQM (PHASE 1)
Team members in ‘Studio Surya’ which contributed to the Ciputra World Surabaya project.
Serving as a catalyst towards the city’s progress, Ciputra World Surabaya is a master plan project covering an area of 571,000sqm. The project comprises a five-storey retail podium, six residential towers, two SOHO towers, two office towers, a three-star hotel and a condo hotel located in Surabaya, Indonesia’s secondlargest city and the capital of the province of East Java. The design concept is inspired by Surabaya’s strong maritime heritage as an important port in central Indonesia, and features curvilinear geometries reminiscent of the sails of nautical ships. The curves help create a unified effect due to the fluidity of its form, thereby allowing flexibility to the construction and design process. The project is divided into five phases – Phase 1 has been completed, Phase 2 is under construction and Phase 3 is in schematic design, while Phases 4 and 5 have yet to commence.
Above: The master plan provides flexibility for expansion in future phases. Below: The mall’s interior is conceived in layers, with sweeping curves and shapes that reflect the nautical theme.
THE INTERPLAY OF DYNAMIC FORMS ACCENTUATES THE ICONIC APPROACH TOWARDS THE DESIGN OF THE MALL, FLOWING INTO THE REST OF THE DEVELOPMENT
At an urban scale, Ciputra World Surabaya poses challenges with regards to high density, traffic, edge treatment and planning. The project therefore requires a highly complex traffic dispersal strategy. The edges of the building were softened by peeling back the façade and designating a park in the front of the mall flanking the prominent Jalan Mayjen Sungkono. In addition, sky gardens which are accessible 24 hours a day activate the roof scape and extend the park onto the mall podium. The master plan strategy provides flexibility for expansion, responding to programmatic changes and future land acquisitions.
Phase 1 saw the completion in 2010 of Ciputra Mall and two apartment towers which total 178,000sqm in size. As the first of a fivephase master plan, the design considered the challenges of an evolving site as well as the possibilities it has to respond to in future phases. Strategically located in the northwest corner of the site at the intersection between Jalan Mayjen Sungkono and Jalan Raya Kris Kencana, the site is planned for future eastward expansion.
the iconic approach towards the design of the mall, flowing into the rest of the development. An elliptical atrium serves as the focal point adjacent to the main entrance. Generous secondary atriums increase visibility for anchor tenants, maximising exposure of retail spaces on the interior. From the exterior, there is significant exposure along the main road. The circulation of the mall forms a continuous loop and is also designed to allow connections to the future expansion.
The façade and interior of the mall are arranged in layers, with curves and shapes that add fluidity to the architectural language, while reflecting the overall nautical theme. This interplay of dynamic forms accentuates
In addition, an escalator strategically positioned at the front of the project allows visitors direct 24-hour access to food and beverage outlets and the cinema at the top floor, activatng the roof deck throughout the day and night.
AREA: 57,500 SQM (PHASE 2)
MORPHOLOGY OF EFFICIENCY Covering an area of 57,500sqm, Phase 2 features an integrated apartment and SOHO tower built above an extension of the multistorey car park from Phase 1. Works began in 2013 and are currently undergoing construction. A maximum building height imposed on the linear Phase 2 site posed challenges to the design of the building – which will accommodate 216 apartment units, 136 SOHO units and multi-storey car parking to support the future mall extension. As such, the towers are designed alongside each other to maximise layout and structural efficiency on the car park and unit plans. Some apartment units offer residents the unique luxury of an outdoor deck extending from the master bedroom. These sky decks not only
keep the towers at a comfortable distance from one another, but their positioning – five storeys and three storeys apart for the apartment and SOHO towers respectively – also satisfy seismic requirements of having a structural slab connection between the two towers as a strengthening brace. Façade treatments differentiate the two towers while remaining coherent when viewed as a whole. The apartment tower features tapered horizontal fins in contrast to the vertical and gridded aesthetic of the slimmer SOHO tower that expresses its modular layout. Both towers have vertical concrete walls that form portals framing the façades. These concrete frames, coupled with the sky decks, tie the two towers together to complete a visually coherent overall look.
Below left: Strategically positioned sky decks and vertical concrete frames on the façade create a visually coherent look for the apartment and SOHO blocks. Below right: Elevations showing the contrasting façade treatments that differentiate the two towers.
SCULPTURALLY REFINED Phase 3 will involve an expansion of Ciputra Mall. When completed, it will offer 155,000sqm of retail space and will consist of a five-storey retail podium extension, a 22-storey office tower, a 23-storey SOHO tower, and a 15-storey three-star hotel. The new retail podium extension and office tower will occupy the most prominent northern end of the site, giving it maximum exposure and frontage along the main street. The rising elliptical office tower is aimed at being a distinct icon in the skyline. In line with the original master plan and inspired by a garden concept, open spaces and natural elements are incorporated into the design. The main public park on the ground floor fronting the mall is perceived as a green oasis and creates a sense of physical and visual openness, offering spatial relief among the highly dense surroundings. Internally, the retail mall’s circulation is designed as a dynamic loop that accommodates smooth visitor flow and traffic, allowing visitors to continuously experience various spaces within the mall. Externally, the façade design is consistent with the garden concept while complementing
the iconic sail-like design of the preceding development. By extending these details to the new extension, the design of the exterior gradually transforms into undulating and overlapping waves of glass and aluminium cladding, with layers of terracing greenery. The result is a holistic and integrated look that expresses a smooth transition from the existing podium to its new extension. Attached to the podium façade, a sculptural ‘cloud canopy’ hovers over and shelters the public park below. Slated to be the biggest sculptural landscape feature in Surabaya, the structure will become the signature and unifying feature for Ciputra World Surabaya.
Top: The public park is a tranquil green oasis that offers relief within the dense urban surroundings. Right: Diagram of the sculptural ‘cloud canopy’ feature which creates a sense of distinct identity and presence for the development.
AREA: 166,000 SQM (PHASE 3)
Above: Hanging gardens in the atrium create a lively and inviting public space, contributing to a rich spatial experience for visitors. Left: Diagram showing how a garden concept is introduced to the retail podium by infusing open spaces and natural elements into the design.
THE FAĂ‡ADE TRANSFORMS INTO UNDULATING WAVES OF GLASS AND ALUMINIUM WITH LAYERS OF TERRACING GREENERY
MILLENNIUM VILLAGE ELEVATING THE PEDESTRIAN EXPERIENCE 提升步行体验
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Wu Tzu Chiang,
Binh K Wong, Jennifer Fiona &
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Andria D Adiputra,
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偶然间，建筑的实践提供了改变整体 景观的机会。千禧村是印度尼西亚卡拉瓦 奇 ( Karawaci ) 137 公顷总体规划项目的第 一期工程，这便是景观改造的完美机会。 这里是个丰富多彩的时尚生活区，充满零 售、住宅和公共设施。 在一座交通拥堵、行人过道有限的城 市里，总体战略是向上发展，营造出一个 方便行人的开阔空间。其主要形式是高架 景观平台，通过建造天篷和架空立柱为整 个高架平台营造出一种视野开阔感。 除了为各类用户群体提供一个交流互 动的公共场所外，景观裙楼也作为新大 学的联系中枢，与学习空间和教学楼相 互连通。大学的体育设施无缝嵌入平台空 间，完全不会影响用户隐私。在绿色平台
下隐藏一处宽阔便捷的零售空间，这是 通过空间的有效规划布局实现的。主要 的零售店临街地界直通一条 300 米长的 步行街。 尽管该项目规模庞大，但是在设计 过程中设计者也从人性化的角度考虑比 例和空间布局，以便营造一个友好便捷 的环境。在购物商场、居民住宅楼、大 学和会议中心等人流密集处专门设有落 客区，而白天阳光是通过一个宽敞明亮 的椭圆形中庭洒满大学的主落客区。在 整个建筑项目中，设计者也对户外空间 进行精心布局，在人们自由玩乐探索的 同时也不会对居民造成影响或困扰。
SITE AREA: 13 HA
landscapes. The vision of a place seeds the power to influence whole communities, germinating into cultural ecosystems that affect the lives of hundreds of inhabitants. The Millennium Village in Karawaci, Indonesia – 25 minutes away from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta – illustrates one such opportunity. As the first phase of an extensive master plan for 137 hectares of land, a plot size equivalent to almost 260 football fields, Millennium Village showcases Lippo Village Central’s aspirations for progressive development. It occupies a gross floor area totalling over 1 million sqm.
Top: As the first phase of the master plan, Millennium Village integrates a multitude of facilities
Occasionally, the practice of architecture presents the opportunity to transform entire
that promise a vibrant lifestyle destination for its occupants.
Left: Sketch of Millennium Village showing how the university sport facilities on the deck are woven seamlessly into the landscape. Below left: Efficient planning of space in the retail podium allows an extensive and convenient shopping experience.
pedestrian connections, flood control measures, sustainability and landscaping were integrated within the planning considerations – creating a city with comprehensive networks that could adapt to a multitude of environmental conditions.
The master plan for Lippo Village Central occupies three broad zones. Zone 1 is the cultural and business district, earmarked for premium-grade office towers supported by cultural shopping amenities. Zone 2 consists of mixed-use retail and apartments overlooking a verdant golf course. Zone 3 is demarcated as an exciting lifestyle destination, replete with retail, residential and public facilities such as office space, hotels, serviced apartments, convention centres, an art museum,
clubhouse, school and university complex with facilities and accommodation for students and teachers, adjacent to the future Siloam Medical City. This third zone was named Millennium Village, in a nod to its inspiration as a city of the future within the region. True to form as a forward-looking destination, environmental planning was key in every stage of the design process. Transportation, infrastructure,
In a city challenged by congestion, dense traffic conditions and limited pedestrian crossings, the overarching strategy was to lift up the land, creating a breathing plane conducive to pedestrians. The architects designed an elevated landscape deck, the Millennium Sky Park, which fulfilled multiple functions. Firstly, it provided common ground for the intersection of various groups: apartment residents, mall visitors, office executives and students. Rising from the deck is the new Pelita Harapan University, housing world-class sport facilities like an Olympic-sized pool, a football field and a 400m running track. Two
Left: The retail podium, which houses more than 250 shops including three department stores and various major anchors, opens up to a 300m pedestrian retail corridor. Below right: The landscape sky deck acts as a compact spine for the new university, connecting to study spaces and classroom clusters.
levels of the university merge with the deck topography, easing the flow of space within the campus programmes. The landscape podium acts as a compact spine for the university, connecting to study spaces and classroom clusters. Secondly, tucked under the green deck is an extensive retail experience totalling 150,000sqm. Efficient planning of space below translates into fewer retail levels, with a shorter travel distance between them, allowing shoppers to have convenient access to the galore of retail options. In addition, the main frontage opens up to a 300m stretch of pedestrian mall housing F&B and event spaces. Thirdly, dense landscaping provides ample views for residents in the apartment blocks, which are strategically situated to allow cross-ventilation and oriented to eschew any overlooking issues. The deck played host to a spread of architectural and spatial intentions. With supports for canopies and towers formed of slim pilotis, a sense of openness is generated throughout the deck. All the requisite university sport facilities were efficiently weaved into the
deck without compromising on usersâ€™ privacy while reducing noise disturbance. A long jogging track connects each sporting amenity seamlessly. Crowning the landscape deck at its beginning and tail ends are the organic forms of the floating grand chapel and family club. Despite the expansive scale of the development, care was taken to humanise the proportions and spaces to create a userfriendly environment. Dedicated drop-offs were designated for the mall, residences, university and convention centres. A generous ovalshaped atrium lets sunlight flood the universityâ€™s main drop-off area during the day. Throughout the architecture, spaces are choreographed to invite freedom of exploration without dwarfing or overwhelming the occupants. Architectural theorists have long advocated the importance of diversity and overlapping programmes in the production of vibrant cities. It is hoped that the layering of these holistically designed and diverse programmes in Millennium Village will engender transformation in the quality of public spaces in Tangerang, Indonesia, and beyond.
This mixed-use development in central Senayan incorporates an eight-storey, 120,000sqm shopping podium with three connected hotel, office and residential towers, forming a fully integrated complex for people to work, live and play. At its heart is a monumental civic space, a seven-storey retail atrium where shops and the movements of shoppers can be viewed at every level. Smaller scale design such as a sunken plaza, the first of its kind in Jakarta, counters urban congestion and introduces natural elements like a timber boardwalk and water features to filter noises of the city. Other meaningful features include a massive red high-heeled shoe designed to re-figure a column base supporting an escalator in the main atrium, now a recognisable element in the mall around which people gather. This project was significant in highlighting DP Architects’ context-driven and people-centric design solutions for the Indonesian community.
项目团队: 吴志强、林银良、Rida Sobana、鄭維斌 和 Vincentius Hermawan
史纳延城是个坐落于史纳延市中心的多功能开发项目，包括一座占地 12 万平方米的八层购物商场以及三座相互连通的酒店、办公和住宅大楼， 共同形成一个方便人们工作、生活和娱乐的一体化商业综合体。 项目中心坐落着一个规模庞大的公共空间，置身于七层楼的零售中庭 内，在每一层都可以看到商店和购物者的身影。规模较小的设计元素， 例如雅加达市内的首个下沉广场，不仅有助于减少城市交通拥堵，而且 融入自然元素，例如采用木板人行道和水景来降低噪音污染。其他亮点 包括一座巨大的红色高跟鞋雕塑，用以重塑支撑主中庭内自动扶梯的一 处柱基；现在这里是购物商场内一个辨识度极高的元素，吸引很多人前 往参观。本项目在突显 DP Architects 为印尼社区打造以环境为导向、以人 为本设计解决方案方面发挥重大作用。
Senayan City 史纳延城
Design In Print 印尼专辑, 双语版, 2015年 3号