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Sequis Tower

Sequis Tower

With its thoughtful urban design, skyline-defining form, and focus on sustainability, the Sequis Tower is a new paradigm for Indonesia’s burgeoning capital.

The form and massing of the tower, driven by contextual analysis and a focus on efficiency, serves as a response to Jakarta’s conventional all-glass rectilinear architecture. Taking inspiration from the local banyan tree, the tower rises organically from the ground as a series of finely scaled elements. In contrast to the standard model in Jakarta, where traffic and parking govern pedestrian connectivity, the tower design foregrounds the importance of the ground level pedestrian experience by pulling on-site traffic circulation below-grade and elevating the parking. Thus, the ground plane of the site is reserved for green space and pedestrian movement.

The tower consists of four bundled and deflected “super-tubes,” nested and offset from one another. This massing generates unique office types and create greater structural stability in an active seismic zone. At the top of the tower, the tubes vary in height to form multiple grand sky-gardens overlooking the city, while at the podium they extend outward to support larger office floors and increase pedestrian porosity through the site.

Slated to be the first LEED Platinum building in Indonesia, the project integrates a variety of sustainable design strategies. A gradated array of fins and panels on the tower’s curtain wall addresses solar radiation with optimized gradations. The design couples this envelope strategy with high-efficiency building systems and locally-sourced, recycled materials to create a comprehensive, energy-efficient building.


Jakarta, Indonesia


PT Prospero Realty


Wiratman Architecture (Architect of Record)




138,800 m2 / 1,493,500 ft2


LEED Platinum


Bronze Award-Best Office Development (MIPIM Asia Awards 2020), Winner-Building Category and Winner-Sustainable Development Category (2020 AIA IR Design Award), International Architecture Award (Chicago Athena 2018), Best Green Development ( 2018 Asian Real Estate Awards), Best Office Award (2015 Southeast Asia Real Estate Award), Best Future Project-Bronze Award (MIPIM Asia 2013), Best Universal Design Development Award-Recommendation/Best Office, Architectural Design-Gold Award/ Best Green Development Project-Gold Award (2017 Indonesia Real Estate Awards), Best Office, Architectural Design-Winner (2015 Indonesia Real Estate Awards)
2016 1 000 N413 Large
2016 1 000 N417 Large
2016 1 000 N428 Large

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Project Type:Office
Project Location:Asia Pacific