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Understanding Craftsmanship in Indonesian Products

The availability of material and human resources has led to production in Indonesia being carried out by hand. This handiwork skill is considered heritage as it is inherited from one generation to the next. Even with the aggressive development of technology, craftsmanship in Indonesia is still a standout. Denny Priyatna, an Indonesian product designer who has won numerous international products design awards, shared how it has happened.

 STORY BY Barbara Hahijary PHOTO BY Denny Priyatna Doc. 

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