Indonesia Design District (IDD) at Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK) 2, has transformed itself into a whimsical wonderland. Visitors are greeted by a festive ambience adorned with a touch of whimsy as a silverback gorilla sports a Santa Claus hat, setting the tone for the fun, festive holiday season.

Sculptures of white reindeer sprinkle the lush surroundings, complementing the airy corridors and luxurious standalone stores. Over 200 global brands contribute to the festive cheer by adorning their window displays with Christmas decorations and ornaments. From home living products to materials and designs, artworks, and many others, guests are offered endless shopping options. 

The highlight of the season is the month-long Year End Design Market, where numerous design and lifestyle brands converge and showcase an array of products perfect for the gift-giving season. Sosilawati, as IDD’s Director, emphasised the market’s role as a communal space for friends and families to come together and celebrate the holiday season. 

Exclusive for this year’s Design market, IDD joins forces with Bengawan Solo and Cherish Academy in a unique collaboration to present the first Include Café with the neurodivergent community. These neurodivergent talents are graduates of the academy who are enthusiastic about honing their skills in the workplace and working alongside various communities at large. This initiative not only showcases their skills but also fosters inclusivity and acceptance of neurological differences within society. 

Moreover, visitors can explore the Mandapa Lobby, framed by mistletoes and Christmas wreaths, leading to the Erajaya Digital Complex. This connected hub showcases an assortment of tech products, IoT gadgets, and electronics from renowned global brands.

Ipeng Widjojo, Business and Development Director of Agung Sedayu Group, said: “Agung Sedayu Group and Salim Group aim to build an ecosystem for the creative and lifestyle industry at IDD in PIK2. Together, IDD and EDC present a one-stop creative lifestyle destination for residents and visitors, offering a wide range of products and services under one roof.” 

Complementing the festive ambience are delectable dining options, including Bakmi GM and 30 Bumbu by Chop Buntut, enriching the culinary offerings within the district.

Natalia Kusumo, CEO of Commercial & Hotels at Amantara-Agung Sedayu Group, highlighted IDD’s strategic location within the Urban Hub, an expansive upcoming area in PIK2. This upcoming hub, close to the PIK2 Toll Interchange set to finish by 2024, promises seamless connectivity to Soekarno Hatta International Airport, ensuring convenience for travellers and local communities alike.

With its enchanting décor, diverse offerings, and strategic location, IDD in PIK2 encapsulates the essence of a vibrant, integrated destination where living, working, and enjoying the festivities harmoniously converge.

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IDD – Indonesia Design District
Jl. M.H. Thamrin, Salembaran 
Kabupaten Tangerang, Banten

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