Regatta, Jakarta, Indonesia

 
 
 
 
 

Regatta the Icon

Jakarta, Indonesia
Architects: Atkins

 
Regatta
Sinfonia

Sinfonia

Sinfonia

Sinfonia

Sinfonia

Sinfonia

Eurodisc

Eurodisc

Minta

Minta

“Regatta” is an exciting interpretation of the nautical theme

Luxurious architecture


Lighthouse, compass and a spirit of adventure – what more do you need to set out on a journey of discovery? This question was the recurring theme for one of the most extraordinary architectural projects currently realised in Indonesia.

The nautical theme is clearly reflected throughout the “Regatta - The Icon” project. The complex is structured similar to a compass and consists of 10 apartment towers in the form of tall ships named after famous major port cities such London, Sydney, Shanghai or Dubai. Each of the towers comprises 92 residential units, including penthouses, on 24 storeys. Offices, spas, fitness centres and cafés as well as many other recreational facilities are accommodated “at the highest level”.

The “Lighthouse” at the tip of the peninsula, an opulent 5-star hotel with 320 first-class rooms, is scheduled for completion in 2013. These exclusive rooms are all about luxury – as are the restaurants, boutiques and all other facilities. Located in the middle of the circle of buildings, the “Aqua Park” is designed to provide an oasis of peace and quiet.

The creative concept has been developed by renowned architects Atkins, UK. The company’s 14,000 architects have realised a large number of high-profile projects – not least the famous Burj Al-Arab in Dubai, the highest hotel building in the world. Here, too, the characteristic sail shape creates a symbolic link to seafaring and adventure.

High-quality sanitary equipment can be discovered in the residential facilities of “Regatta – The Icon”. GROHE Sinfonia two-handle fittings add a touch of luxury to nostalgic bathrooms, while the aerodynamic looks of the Eurodisc single-lever mixers upgrade the modern-style bathrooms. A fresh design and easy operation are the hallmarks of the Minta single-lever mixers in the kitchens.