An example of successful sustainable construction is the FDW Tower, also known as Pacific Century Place Jakarta, in central Jakarta. This super high-rise is used as an office building and was designed with the aim of creating a timeless and unique value that will permanently withstand the strong real estate competition in Jakarta. The layers of fins on the façade of highly transparent glass bring distinctive changes to a simple façade composition by actively adapting to the regional environment. This works through a pronounced thickness on the east and west faces to block sunlight in the horizontal direction. On the office floors, there is a curtain wall system that creates a sense of openness.
The office floors are fitted with a curtain wall system that creates a sense of openness with large Low-E glass measuring 3.6 by 2.25 meters. The 10.8-meter-wide span was created by CFT structural columns and is the first time it has been installed in Jakarta. This has ensured a functional and attractive workspace. The building’s outstanding environmental performance was recognized with LEED Platinum certification. In addition, the Business Continuity Planning (BCP) measures, which provide 36-hour full load backup, enhance the property value. This super high-rise has become a flagship building in the Jakarta real estate market.