SOPO DEL OFFICE TOWER B

Jakarta. INDONESIA

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Sopo Del Office Tower is a mixed-use building, strategically located at the Mega Kuningan Complex, an emerging Central Business District in the Kuningan area of Jakarta. The building is easily accessible from three main roads: Jl. HR. Rasuna Said, Jl. Prof. Dr. Satrio and Jl. Gatot Subroto. It’s surrounded by five-star hotels, embassies, and an international business center. Developed by PT. Toba Pengembang Sejahtera, Sopo Del Office Tower was designed to combine an Indonesian cultural mindset, high-tech infrastructure, and environmentally-friendly design. The tower B of Sopo Del is a mixed-use building that consists of hotel and offfice.

The building envelope design uses double glass. The simulation result shows that energy consumption intensity for the final design of the Sopo Del Tower B for office is estimated to be around 145.97 kWh/m2, While the baseline for energy consumption intensity of the building is estimated at 165.14 kWh/m2. So, the energy savings obtained for this building is 19.17 kWh/m2 or 11.61%. Energy consumption intensity for the final design of the Sopo Del Tower B for the hotel is estimated to be around 180.00 kWh/m2, While the baseline for energy consumption intensity of building is estimated at 203.13 kWh/m2. So, the energy saving obtained for this building is 23.13 kWh/m2 or 11.39%.

OTTV (W/m2)

31,48 (office)

30,24 (hotel)

IKE (kWh/m2)

145,97 (office)

180 (hotel)

Cooling Load (BTUH/m2)

478,51 (office)

507,71 (hotel)

Project Facts

Location: Kuningan, Central Jakarta

Orientation: North-south

Typical Floor Height: 2,95 m (office) & 2,7m (hotel)

Floor Area: 68.065.3 m2

Daylight area >300 lux: 31,50 %

Sensor: Daylight sensor

Window-to-Wall-Ratio:

   - 50.37 % (office)

   - 56.31% (hotel)

Window Material: Double Glass

   - SHGC: 0,24

   - U-Value: 1,72

   - Visible Transmittance: 0,32

Wall material: Calciboard + gypsum plasterboard

   - U-Value: 2.32

HVAC: VRF air-cooled system COP 3,7

Service: Energy Simulation

Year: 2016