Architecture / Interior

Lavish Living in the Urban Aerium b...

One of Sinar Mas Land's latest projects is Aerium, a compound of townhouses and premium apartment to...


Amandari: An Opulent Resort Designe...

Experience staying in the Balinese village-inspired resort, Amandari

Art / Design

The Times They are A-Changing

Since the colonial times, Bandung has been one of the modern art capitals of Indonesia. In 1947, two...

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Architecture / Interior

The Homey Lighthouse Coffee Br...

Passing Sudirman Street, Lighthouse Coffee Brewery ...

Art / Design

Fragrance Fashion: The Beginni...

Fragrance is a fashion house based in Bandung that embodies ...

Architecture / Interior

Paris Van Java

In the historic city that retains a colonial and old world c...


Bag Business: Turning Photogra...

Three photography enthusiasts turned their hobby into a busi...

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Kidul Village, Now Restored by USG Boral

USG Boral's restoration of a Gresik Village has been completed and handed over to local families.


Art / Design

Groot Watch: Down to the Bone

Marwan Eka Fadilah, the man behind Groot Watch, makes watches from cow and buffalo bone waste. He believes that bone craftsmanship will be a game changer i...


Architecture / Interior

Gedong Putih: The Extraordinary White Mansion

Hidden inside one of Bandung’s highland areas, we found a beautiful art deco style mansion that was originally built in 2014 as a club house for the surr...


Architecture / Interior

AP House: Hovering Above Nature

Bandung has a wonderful climate; the best is at its northern part due to the the lavish Ir. Djuanda ...

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Architecture / Interior

Here is How Retro Luxury Sprawled in Indonesia

Luxury designs in the retro era as told by KLTIV researcher Tariq Khalil

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Art / Design

Bekraf & 8 Indonesian Designers Take New...

Badan Ekonomi Kreatif (Bekraf), or the Creative Economy Agency, has been tasked by the President of Indonesia Joko Widodo himself to oversee the economic g...

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What’s After Tomorrow?

Creative cities, as Richard Florida of The Atlantic’s CityLab fame posed, require their ‘people climate’--networks of humans and exchanges among them...

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