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Sang Hyang Anantaboga – Bintaro Design District 2022

Sang Hyang Anantaboga at Bintaro Design District Studio Hendro Hadinata was an active participant in the Bintaro Design District (BDD) held in Bintaro, South Tangerang, from September 14 to 24, 2022. BDD, as described on its official website, serves as a platform to connect Jakarta’s creative community with the public, particularly within the vibrant creative […]

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Studio Hendro Hadinata Participated in Salone del Mobile, Milano

Studio Hendro Hadinata Participated in Salone del Mobile, Milano Launched in Milan in 1961 with the aim of bolstering Italian exports of furnishings and accessories, the Salone Internazionale del Mobile has since become the preeminent global event for the furnishing and design sector.   We are delighted to announce our participation, showcasing two exciting projects:

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LAST BREATH Project

Last Breath The Last Breath Project represents the designer’s contemplation of humanity’s current predicament: simultaneously polluting nature and ensnaring itself in its own destructive actions. This artistic concept manifests as an object crafted through the utilization of CAD (Computer-Aided Design) and 3D printing technology, culminating in a piece adorned with a spray gold metallic finish. Exhibited at the ArtXchange gallery in Jakarta.

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Art Installation for JAKARTA FASHION WEEK 2020

Art Installation for Jakarta Fashion Week 2020 The art installation showcased at Jakarta Fashion Week 2020 is a collaborative effort between Studio Hendro Hadinata and SAVANA & GAMBO MUBA. It represents a unique interpretation of human milestones, extending them vertically to generate tangible forms and shapes. Through this approach, the installation offers diverse perspectives, inviting

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NUR Project

NUR Project NUR serves as an artistic creation and installation in response to the issue of environmental degradation, particularly concerning Indonesia’s endemic fauna, aiming to raise awareness. It embodies three endangered animals portrayed with cleverly designed characters, fostering a sense of closeness, especially among children. These mammals include the Javanese Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus), the Sumatran

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