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The Energy Building in SCBD Area

A sleek office tower rooted in the heart of Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD), the Energy Building stands tall and proud among Jakarta’s numerous skyscrapers. Designed by the world-renowned architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) with the help of its local partner Atelier 6, the Energy Building offers an intelligent workspace like no other. While it might be easy to perceive it as just another office tower, there’s more to this crystal-shaped skyscraper than meets the eye.

Upon arriving at its sophisticated entrance, visitors are greeted by the Energy Building’s picturesque lobby. Spanning across polished granite floors are stunning details one might not expect in an office tower. From jagged, natural-light green stone walls to intricate stainless-steel pillars, this office tower catapults visitors into a world of refined architecture and interior design.

Aiming to provide ease of travel, the architect also designed the Palm Bridge to connect the building to Graha CIMB Niaga Sudirman. Equipped with a smart elevator, individual aircon controls, and a high-bandwidth data centre among many other features, it only seems natural that both local and international tenants consider the Energy Building as a home away from home. At an impressive height of 43 floors, the office tower offers three different floor plans for tenants, each of which is tailored to their needs.

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Inside The Energy Building

Among its many charms, the Energy Building also houses notable cafés and restaurants, a salon, and a wellness centre built to whisk professionals away into a blissful sanctuary. Meanwhile, conveniently located close by is a warmly lit function hall—the Soehanna Hall—whose incredible events portfolio would easily impress anyone. With banks, a money changer, a post office, a meeting room, and even childcare services at their disposal, KPF’s masterpiece effortlessly meets the needs of any working professional.

 

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Tags: Architecture, Homes, June 2018 Issue, The Energy Building