airmas asri architects adds greenery to their new expanded offices in jakarta
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when facing the need to expand their offices, airmas asri architects thought about generating a comfortable and serene working environment in a building located in the middle of the bustling city center of jakarta. the result was the application of green architecture that gave the spaces an air of ease and tranquility. a total of 1.300 square meters, both horizontal and vertical, were covered in greeneries, creating a micro climate inside the building. this, combined with skylights and solid void planes create thermal control, air circulation and allow optimum daylight to flow into rooms.

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a vertical green façade can be appreciated from the front of the building




the planning was based on the needs of the office expansion, so overall there was not a master plan, but an addition of buildings over the years. this led to the creating of in-between spaces where users have a place to gather and socialize, becoming an oasis in the middle of jakarta’s crowded environment.

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the entrance sets the feeling of the whole design of the offices 

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a courtyard was created from the in-between spaces created thanks to the connections between the buildings

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open workplaces can be appreciated

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the gallery showcases the office’s projects

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perspective section

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massing concept

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isometric view



project info:


project name: airmas asri office
location: jalan cikini iv no. 6, jakarta, indonesia
site area: 1600 sqm
total area: 2200 sqm
owner: airmas asri architects
architect: airmas asri architects
year completed: 2014
materials: marble, natural stone, curtain wall, wood, homogeneous tile
construction: concrete & steel structure



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edited by: juliana neira | designboom