Conde Nast Traveler features Bambu Indah

Juliet Kinsman writes about the ‘green family’ in CNTraveler: Every morning, John invites guests of Bambu Indah, his boutique hotel outside Ubud, on a “trash…

Orin Hardy is an INK Fellow

Join us at INK in the Desert this November! “For the first time, INK goes outside the ballroom, with experiences designed in exquisite settings in…

Running across America in Ocean2Ocean

Sam Bencheghib, co-founder of Make a Change World, is running from coast to coast or Ocean2Ocean across America to protest ocean pollution.  He ran 49…

I want to meet this man

I’ve never really found a Guru but I’ve been listening to this guy and I find him 🔥🔥🔥💥. I don’t know whether it’s possible but…

Let the way you live, be the way you give

Dali and Finn Schonfelder of Nalu (and Green School students) spoke at TEDxCanggu. They founded Nalu, a clothing line that gives a school uniform with…

A global renaissance of bamboo architecture

Davina Jackson writes about Green School in Quartz. Bali’s Green School recently celebrated its first decade of educating toddlers through teenagers (and their digital nomad…

Tropic Wonder: IBUKU in Habitus Living

Tropic Wonder; A Bamboo Exposé by Olha Romaniuk in Habitus Living, April 2019:   The new age of bamboo construction is ushering in the transformation…

War on concrete continues

John Hardy quoted in “Flat-packed cities: wooden skyscrapers sprout over concrete concerns” by Thompson Reuters Foundation. Vancouver plans a 40-storey building it says will be…