Indonesia Tatler Homes September 2016 issue

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September issues are always special for those of us who work in the media. They represent the end of one season and the start of another—a kind of renewal or rebirth. This is also true of Indonesia Tatler Homes: our September issue is brimming with new ideas that we hope will take root in your minds and inspire new beginnings in your lives.

As well as our regular content, comprising tips, tricks and helpful hints on how to make your home and your life absolutely fabulous, we feature some of the most stunning developments in the country and the region. These include a residential home designed by locally renowned designer Yuni Jie, a luxurious penthouse in Surabaya, a new project in the Kapten Tendean area and much more. We also add a colourful twist to the mix as we take a peek into the interior of the office of social media company Qubicle, as well as one of the most-talked-about new restaurants in town, Kila Kila.

The issue is also something of an “art issue” since we see how the work of legendary architects Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and Oscar Niemeyer has been transformed into a futuristic jewellery collection: check out our Accessories section for more details. We are also celebrating the inaugural edition of Art Stage Jakarta, which was held in August. This must-see event was a resounding success and will surely become one of the most significant art happenings in Asia.

Meanwhile, bringing us back to what makes September so special for many of us—the fall/winter fashion collections from the world’s leading brands—we also feature Bottega Veneta, which successfully and spectacularly crossed over from fashion to lifestyle at Salone del Mobile 2016.

So that’s September wrapped up. And speaking of wrapping, Christmas is right around the corner, so keep an eye out for our next issue, which will be a seasonal special.

Maria Lukito
Bureau Chief
Indonesia Tatler Homes

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