Bold geometry, hand-pressed temple bricks, extraordinary dappled light throughout the day – Katamama’s memorable architecture is the work of Andra Matin.

 

Travel back to the ancient Bali Aga village of Tenganan, the source of Matin’s inspiration, a simple but beguiling hamlet still close to tradition.

Katamama film #003 tells the story of Matin’s love affair with light and shadows and how he worked with us to bring a sense of traditional Indonesia to Katamama’s contemporary look.

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Maker profiles, cultural commentaries, artful film footage and mixology master classes – here we share the stories of Katamama and her island home, Bali.

Frank Camorra’s Food from Home

Frank Camorra’s Food from Home

MoVida founder Chef Frank Camorra was back on the island for 'A Taste of Andalucia'. Here, he reflects on dishes from his childhood in Southern Spain and his distinctive culinary approach with MoVida.

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Audiophile Listening at Studio Eksotika

Audiophile Listening at Studio Eksotika

Tucked away in Tokyo’s back alleys and basements, the city’s dimly-lit, low-key listening venues inspired Studio Eksotika, a new audiophile concept by the creatives behind Potato Head Family.

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Age-old rituals of Tenganan

Age-old rituals of Tenganan

Fuelled by tuak (local palm liquor) and adrenalin, bare-chested Balinese warriors armed with spiky pandan leaf clubs and homemade rattan shields thrash each other atop a makeshift stage

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