The Pakubuwono View Lacewood Tower

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Height: Architectural 159 m / 522 ft
Height: Occupied 120.5 m / 395 ft
Height: To Tip 159 m / 522 ft
Floors Above Ground 37
Floors Below Ground 3
# of Elevators 10
Tower GFA 74,455 m² / 801,427 ft²
Development GFA 99,002 m² / 1,065,649 ft²
# of Parking Spaces 544


Official Name The Pakubuwono View Lacewood Tower
Name of Complex The Pakubuwono Development
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Indonesia
City Jakarta
Street Address & Map JL Teuku Nyak Arif No. 12
Postal Code 12240
Building Function residential
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2007
Construction Start 2009
Completion 2011
Official Website The Pakubuwono View
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
National Ranking #78 Tallest in Indonesia
City Ranking #70 Tallest in Jakarta

Companies Involved

Owner PT Bona Widjaya Gemilang; The Pakubuwono Development
Developer PT Bona Widjaya Gemilang
Design Airmas Asri
Structural Engineer
Design Davy Sukamta & Partners Structural Engineers
MEP Engineer
Design PT Hamparan Prima Mandiri
Project Manager PT Bona Widjaya Gemilang
Main Contractor PT Adhi Karya

About The Pakubuwono View Lacewood Tower

Responding to the historic colonial and Art Deco architecture that is prevalent in south
Jakarta, the Pakubuwono View towers reference this history while creating modern residential living spaces. As part of a larger master plan for the area, the towers are sited within a complex that has large open green areas as well as outdoor recreational amenities. The orientation of the towers was influenced by the intense east and west sun exposure of the area, so they were placed to reduce solar gain.

The overall design aesthetic of the complex and the new towers alike was influenced by local Indonesian culture; the sandstone cladding at the base of the towers relates to the pedestrian experience and recalls the area’s history, while the decorative elements of the higher levels and spire are directly inspired by the traditional “candi,” or Buddhist temple that is well known in Indonesia. The two towers fit in with the other five towers of the development, creating a unified complex of residences for the neighborhood.

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