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Potato Head Studios

Bali, Indonesia

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No.51B Jl. Petitenget, Indonesia
May 2020 saw the launch of Bali’s first creative village, Desa Potato Head. Conceived as a multidimensional experience which transcends hospitality, it’s a place where music, art, design, food, wellness and sustainability will collide, offering a new type of holistic experience for both the local community and guests alike. “At Desa Potato Head we’re not trying to change the industry, we want to create an entirely new model for it. If we bring people together for good times, but offer them the unexpected, it will open their minds in new ways,” says Potato Head founder Ronald Akili. The Desa (‘desa’ means ‘village’ in Indonesian) already includes Katamama and the brand’s landmark Beach Club. The final element of Akili’s decade-spanning project, uniquely designed in partnership with Managing Partner – Architect David Gianotten at OMA, the Dutch practice founded by Rem Koolhaas.
No.51B Jl. Petitenget, Indonesia
May 2020 saw the launch of Bali’s first creative village, Desa Potato Head. Conceived as a multidimensional experience which transcends hospitality, it’s a place where music, art, design, food, wellness and sustainability will collide, offering a new type of holistic experience for both the local community and guests alike. “At Desa Potato Head we’re not trying to change the industry, we want to create an entirely new model for it. If we bring people together for good times, but offer them the unexpected, it will open their minds in new ways,” says Potato Head founder Ronald Akili. The Desa (‘desa’ means ‘village’ in Indonesian) already includes Katamama and the brand’s landmark Beach Club. The final element of Akili’s decade-spanning project, uniquely designed in partnership with Managing Partner – Architect David Gianotten at OMA, the Dutch practice founded by Rem Koolhaas.

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