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iD Award Winner – Best Office Design: Citibank

In celebration of our 14th anniversary, we are extending our appreciation to those who have made significant contributions to the improvement of design in Indonesia by presenting Indonesia Design Best Design Awards. This is Abie Abdillah, winner of Best Office Design award.

Citi Indonesia moved its office from downtown to the southern business area of Jakarta. It is located inside the cocoon-like architecture of South Quarter, which reflects a warm feeling of home.

The lobby is located on the same storey as Khatulistiwa Café, which can be accessed by guests. Subtle colours dominate Citibank’s lobby, and wooden panels on one side to evoke a local feeling. The Khatulistiwa Café consists of furniture made by a Jakarta-based product design studio, Karsa.

Citibank’s working spaces are dominated with their corporate colour, blue. This tone gives a relaxing vibe, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the green surroundings which lead to Mount Salak. Each floor has several open meeting rooms where people can have casual gatherings and work in groups. Citi Indonesia’s office received a Gold certification with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)





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