Autograph Tower is Jakarta’s first supertall at 383 meters tall and houses the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in its upper floors. The project weaves nature throughout the building via a green-wall, greenery on the rooftops, and along the public promenade. Natural light is prioritized in the office spaces and shading mechanisms are incorporated in the façade to protect from the intense Indonesian climate. The entire Thamrin Nine complex is targeting Greenmark certification, while the office portion of Autograph Tower is pursuing Greenmark Platinum certification.
Baker Circle is located at the heart of Kowloon and is a revitalization of scale rare in Hong Kong, spanning seven parcels and nine towers. The site is broken down into a series of urban destinations, each featuring pavilions and public spaces to accompany the towers. Designed to be an oasis that promotes well-being for tenants and the community, the project integrates plentiful outdoor terraces, incorporates solar panels at the street level, and targets LEED and WELL certification.
PropertyGuru Group, Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company, awarded the regional winners from the Best in Asia program at the 17th Annual PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final. Winners were announced across 48 categories.
A number of KPF projects were named national winners in the Asia Property Awards. One Bangkok won Best office Development and Best Mega Mixed-use Development in the Thailand edition of the awards, Baker Square won Best Mixed-Use Development and Best Clubhouse Interior Design in the Hong Kong Edition and Autograph Tower was named Best High-Rise Office Development in Indonesia.
The event, held at The Athenee Hotel in Bangkok, was presented by Kohler and supported by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World. Read more and view all of the winners here.