The St Moritz Puri Apartments is located within the larger St Moritz development of West Jakarta, with close proximity to the international airport and designed to synergise with its cousin typologies within the development to create a new commercial nexus in this fast-developing part of the capital.
The plot integrates two separate parcels of land into a single urban centre for the municipality, giving the residence unparalleled access to nearby amenities and uncompromised convenience. To retain the privacy of the apartments, a building setback distance greater than the stipulated requirements was implemented to reduce urban density. The residential towers are rotated in a north-south orientation, while enjoying favourable views of the city and podium landscape.
Each tower is composed of disparate forms, but they share a similar palette comprised of curtain walling synchronised with textured surfaces. Dynamic patterns moulded along a common geometry of curved edges interact with crisp rectilinear lines to produce vibrancy and a tangible sense of fluidity.