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K-Thengono's rooftop garden adds greenery to the Jakarta skyline
POSTED 03 Oct 2019 . BY Stu Robarts
Noru provides covered seating, a bar and views across Jakarta Credit: K-Thengono Design
The vision of the project is to introduce a role model that gives a new opportunity for any existing buildings in Jakarta to develop an elevated rooftop garden that brings the natural elements back to the city.
– Kelvin Thengono
Emerging studio K-Thengono Design has designed a rooftop garden for an existing hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia, that is aimed at both providing space for guests to relax and introducing new greenery to the city to help clean its polluted air.

As well as providing covered seating, a bar and views across the city, the 2,700sq ft (250sq m) space, called Noru, was designed in part as an antidote to the lack of green space being developed elsewhere in the growing city.

Explaining this, Kelvin Thengono, founder and principal at K-Thengono, said: "The result is poor air quality, which brings an unhealthy lifestyle to the citizens. The vision of the project is to introduce a role model that gives a new opportunity for any existing buildings in Jakarta to develop an elevated rooftop garden that brings the natural elements back to the city."

The garden's greenery will be made up of plants and trees, while other natural elements used in the design include stone and Bengkirai – a local hardwood from Indonesia. Elsewhere, the frames and supports for the decking and pergola-type structures will be made of steel.

Work on Noru began this summer and is expected to be completed in early 2020.
Noru is built on the roof of an existing hotel in Jakarta Credit: K-Thengono Design
Work on Noru is expected to be completed in early 2020 Credit: K-Thengono Design
Other natural elements used in the design include stone and Bengkirai – a local hardwood from Indonesia Credit: K-Thengono Design
The garden's greenery will be made up of plants and trees Credit: K-Thengono Design
The rooftop garden covers 2,700sq ft (250sq m) Credit: K-Thengono Design
The space was designed in part as an antidote to the lack of green space being developed in the city Credit: K-Thengono Design
 


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K-Thengono's rooftop garden adds greenery to the Jakarta skyline
BY Stu Robarts

Noru provides covered seating, a bar and views across Jakarta

Noru provides covered seating, a bar and views across Jakarta
photo: K-Thengono Design

Emerging studio K-Thengono Design has designed a rooftop garden for an existing hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia, that is aimed at both providing space for guests to relax and introducing new greenery to the city to help clean its polluted air.

As well as providing covered seating, a bar and views across the city, the 2,700sq ft (250sq m) space, called Noru, was designed in part as an antidote to the lack of green space being developed elsewhere in the growing city.

Explaining this, Kelvin Thengono, founder and principal at K-Thengono, said: "The result is poor air quality, which brings an unhealthy lifestyle to the citizens. The vision of the project is to introduce a role model that gives a new opportunity for any existing buildings in Jakarta to develop an elevated rooftop garden that brings the natural elements back to the city."

The garden's greenery will be made up of plants and trees, while other natural elements used in the design include stone and Bengkirai – a local hardwood from Indonesia. Elsewhere, the frames and supports for the decking and pergola-type structures will be made of steel.

Work on Noru began this summer and is expected to be completed in early 2020.



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