At the Indonesia Design District, interior and furniture shoppers will find pleasure in store-to-store window shopping and the great offers from more than 200 local and international brands. Visitors and shoppers can browse the homeware-focused district, meandering through indoor and outdoor plazas and gardens.
Officially launched by Agung Sedayu Group and Salim Group on 16 September 2023, Indonesian Design District (IDD) is the latest establishment to open at PIK 2, showcasing a comprehensive retail concept with top-level tenants from the creative and lifestyle industries. It establishes itself as the new and largest destination for home and living design, bringing all related creative industries together for an overall shopping experience.
Ranging from home living products, interiors, lifestyle, to artwork, IDD is an ideal place to find products from more than 200 renowned brands, such as Malinda Furniture Gallery, BIKA, Magran, TOTO, ROCA, Sleep&Co., MM Galleri, Emporium Marble, Box Living, LUAR by Malka, Vivere, The Hellenoz, Le Marbles, and Spring Air. Various children’s furniture brands also complete the line-up of tenants, such as Baby Rovega and Doogles.
Each brand sits in a luxurious stand-alone concept store designed by well-known Indonesian designers and architects, such as Andra Matin for Kayu Lapis Indonesia and Yori Antar for Viro World. Connecting the stores are airy corridors and lush gardens, following a green masterplan by Singapore-based DP Architects in collaboration with a local studio, Seniman Ruang. This concept will provide a different experience as well as a more relaxed atmosphere, and visitors do not need to worry about the heat or the rain, as there are shaded canopies available when strolling between shops.
Meanwhile, the furniture in the public furniture area was designed by young designer Alvin Tjitrowirjo and various artwork installations by Indonesian artists. The involvement of local architects and designers also represents IDD’s mission to support the creative industry in Indonesia.
“With the wide range of tenants and various facilities, IDD completes the variety of industrial sectors in PIK 2 to attract business from local and international stakeholders,” said Natalia Kusumo, CEO of Commercial & Hotels at Amantara-Agung Sedayu Group, who also added that this one-stop shopping area can be the best place to fulfil all furniture and home decoration needs.
The complex is an eight-hectare semi-outdoor design and lifestyle hub seamlessly integrated with the neighbouring Erajaya Digital Complex and the city’s largest Bandar Djakarta restaurant. This shopping centre also provides an outdoor playground, the Playscape with foam-based flooring to allow kids and young visitors to explore the world of gigantic furniture and traditional Indonesian games, in addition to an Imagispace, a digital art installation space that is perfect for all ages visitors with its interactive entertainment.
Taking a break from searching the furniture and home decoration items, visitors can enjoy a variety of F&B tenants and cafes, such as May Star, 1/15 Coffee, Medan Baru, 30 Bumbu by Chop Buntut, Bakmi GM, Bipang Ambawang, GIOI, Sushi Mashi, Karusotju, Oyster Dealer, Bleum Coffee, and Kem Chicks.
IDD is strategically located between the main roads of Jalan Thamrin PIK2 and Jalan Rasuna Said PIK2 and only 15 minutes away from Golf Island PIK. Moreover, the upcoming Toll Interchange PIK2 will provide ease of access for global visitors when construction finishes in Q4 2024.
On 22 to 23 September 2023, IDD awaits visitors to celebrate the Oktoberfest together at its Townhall located near West Lobby. Oktoberfest PIK2 is a cultural exchange event in collaboration with the German-Indonesian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (EKONID) and the Indonesian Street Children Organization (ISCO).
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