BCI Asia celebrates the best in Indonesia’s architecture, building and design industry

Indonesia’s 10 most-active architecture firms and property developers were awarded the BCI Asia’s Top 10 Awards at the annual BCI Asia Awards ceremony held on Tuesday, 23 April 2019, at Raffles Jakarta.

The portfolios of these elite architecture firms comprise USD2.59 billion worth of properties scheduled to start construction in Indonesia this year, while the portfolios of the top developers are valued at USD1.21 billion. These firms were chosen based on the greatest aggregate value of projects under construction during the last full calendar year, weighted by the extent of their sustainability efforts. For architecture firm, pre-tender projects were included to recognise early incorporation of Green design efforts.

1.     AECOM Indonesia PT
2.     Airmas Asri PT
3.     Anggara Architeam PT
4.    Arkonin PT
5.    Duta Cermat Mandiri PT
6.    Megatika Grahalestari Internasional PT
7.    PDW (Pandega Desain Weharima PT)
8.    PTI Architects (Prada Tata Internasional PT)
9.    Quadratura Indonesia PT
10.  Tetra Desaindo

1.    Adhi Commuter Properti PT
2.     Astra Land Indonesia PT
3.     Ciputra Development Tbk PT
4.     Pakuwon Jati Tbk PT
5.     PP Properti Tbk PT
6.     Sinar Mas Land
7.     Summarecon Agung Tbk PT
8.     Trans Property PT
9.     Waskita Karya Realty PT
10.  Wijaya Karya Realty PT

Apart from the Top Ten Awards, the evening also saw the presentation of the FuturArc Prize, FuturArc Green Leadership Award and the Interior Design Awards to the local recipients.

This cycle, for Asia’s leading Green design competition FuturArc Prize (FAP), international professionals and students submitted their forward-thinking ideas in imagining a hyper-dense city. The Indonesian awardees are:

Professional Category
Second Place:  Amanda Saputri; Kevin Sutjijadi (team)
Citation/Merit: Natasha Nurul Annisa; Satria Agung Permana; Gilang Dwi Alridho; Nabila Afif (team)

Student Category
First Place:      Fauzi Mizan (Individual)
Second Place:  Kevin Oscar Satriajaya; Reza Ahmed Dzu Hazhin ‘Azheem Mulla Ahsa; Qanita Qamarani; Fadhila Neuritasari Rahman; Dewinta Asyiva (team)
Third Place:     Henry Yonanda; William; Deanna (team)
Citations/Merits: Leo Tanardy; Rizaldo Suwandi; Tommy Chandra (team)
Venska Frizky; Deandra Sukma; A. Christian Pratama Putra; Kurniawan Abednego Putra; Rifandi Febrianto; Gilang Pidianku (team)

FuturArc Green Leadership Award (FGLA) recognises the teams behind Green built projects that have demonstrated the best in architectural innovation and environmental stewardship in the region. The Indonesian FGLA awardees are:

Residential — Multiple Houses Category
Winner:           Labo. The Mori

Residential — Individual Houses Category
Merit:              3500 Millimeter House

Institutional Category
Winner:           Sekolah Indonesia Cepat Tanggap

BCI Asia Interior Design Awards (IDA) lauds excellent interior architectural designs in seven countries.
The Indonesian winners are:

Winner:           Artotel Haniman Ubud
Merit:              Alila Solo

Merit:              Inspyro Moves Dance Studio

BCI Asia Awards Indonesia 2019 is proudly presented by:

Awards & Event Partners: Roda Bangun Mandiri, American Standard, Grohe, Jotun, Sampoerna Kayoe, Schüco, Nippon Paint, Arkadia, Armstrong Flooring, Biru & Sons, Hansgrohe, Honeywell, Jayaboard, Legrand, Playpoint, and Reflecto.

FuturArc Prize Platinum Sponsor: Schüco

BCI Asia Interior Design Awards Platinum Sponsor: An Cuong

For media enquiries on BCI Asia Awards Indonesia 2019, please contact:
Mr Hendris Mathalibi Azier (Andres)
Project Event Manager, PT BCI Asia
t: +62 21 8370 8731  e:
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17 May 2019: BEC EnviroSeries Conference May 2019

BEC EnviroSeries Conference May 2019: The Business of Waste – Solving Hong Kong’s Urgent Environmental Problem

Event: BEC EnviroSeries Conference May 2019: The Business of Waste – Solving Hong Kong’s Urgent Environmental Problem
Date: 17 May 2019 (Friday)
Fee: From HK$1,080
Registration enquiry: Ms Shania Cheng  (E: | T: 2784 3958)
Sponsor enquiry: Ms Jill Chow (E: | T: 2784 3942)

As the waste problem continues to grow in Hong Kong, it is increasingly important for resources to be managed in an environmentally sustainable way. Businesses play a key role in helping Hong Kong achieve its sustainability and waste reduction goals, including those set out in Hong Kong SAR Government’s Blueprint for Sustainable Use of Resources 2013-2022 and in the government’s long-term decarbonisation strategy.

Having previously held a conference on circular economy in 2017, BEC invites you to further understand how to tackle waste at source through this EnviroSeries Conference. At this conference, we will explore the problems, opportunities and future strategies in Hong Kong’s waste management system. Leaders from businesses, the government, policy makers and entrepreneurs will share and demonstrate their commitment and approaches to reducing, reusing and recycling waste. Participants will gain insights on waste management best practices and government initiatives in reducing waste. We hope to inspire innovative thinking and action among the business sector and the wider community to create a more sustainable Hong Kong.

Guest of Honour and Keynote Speaker

Mr Wong Kam-sing, GBS, JP, Secretary for the Environment, HKSAR Government

Speakers/Moderators/Panellists *arranged in order of appearance

  • Ms Vicky Pollard, EU Environment and Climate Counsellor in China
  • Mr Merlin Lao, Programme Manager, ICLEI East Asia Secretariat
  • Mr Donald Ng, Deputy Director of Environmental Protection, HKSAR Government
  • Dr Tin Lau, Technical Manager, Nano and Advanced Materials Institute Limited
  • Mr Raymond Fong, General Manager, Environmental Management Division, Hong Kong Productivity Council
  • Mr Philippe Li, Business Development Manager, HK Recycles
  • Mr Norman Cheng, Executive Committee Member, Hong Kong Waste Management Association
  • Mr Tom Uiterwaal, Chairman, The Environment and Energy Business Council of the European Chamber
  • Mr C.W. Cheung, Director – Development, BEC
  • Mr Craig Leeson, Founder of Leeson Media, Director / Writer / EP of A Plastic Ocean and Chief Global Evangelist for the Plastic Oceans Foundation
  • Mr Charles Cheung, Senior Environmental Protection Officer, Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government
  • Mr Edwin Lau, Executive Director, Green Earth
  • Ms Geraldine Leung, Sales Director, Metsä Tissue Greaseproof Papers, APAC
  • Ms Katie Tang, Head of Corporate, Foodpanda
  • Mr William Davies, General Manager – Sustainability, Swire Beverages
  • Mr Simon Ng, Director – Policy & Research, BEC
  • Ms Theresa Wu, Senior Environmental Protection Officer, Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government
  • Mr Michael Shung, Senior Procurement Manager, Supply Chain, Maxim’s Group
  • Ms Kristy Tan, Manager, Environment, Airport Authority Hong Kong
  • Ms Ellie Tang, Head of Sustainability, New World Development Company Limited
  • Mr Henry Ho, Assistant Environmental & Hygiene Manager, Quality Assurance Department, Cathay Pacific Catering Services (H.K.) Ltd.
  • Ir C.F. Leung, Director – Operations, BEC

*More speakers to be announced

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23 April 2019: BCI Asia Awards Indonesia

17 May 2019: BCI Asia Awards Hong Kong

31 May 2019: BCI Asia Awards Vietnam

7 June 2019: BCI Asia Awards Singapore