Jakarta, Indonesia

Using their groundbreaking Singapore flagship facility as a starting point, in 2008 CDA designed this 1,500m2 office facility with the idea that if you want to "talk the talk you need to walk the walk", implementing a fully connected, interactive, mobile office in Indonesia. Using Nokia's concept of the Human body does not have sharp edges, CDA translated this soft approach to the design of the office, for example the curved ceiling features in the breakout area. Bold graphic artwork further reinforces the brand throughout the office by utilizing a modern interpretation of Indonesian icons such as batik and wayang.