Be Good: How 1.8 Million Hand-Pressed Bricks Became a Symbol of Social Responsibility

Katamama Bricks
20
Sep
2017
Be Good: How 1.8 Million Hand-Pressed Bricks Became a Symbol of Social Responsibility

4 -min. read Be Good is a new series that looks behind the buzzwords of conservation and social responsibility, uncovering stories from travel projects that are, simply, doing the right thing. This week: how design-led Bali hotel Katamama saved the fate of a village with 1.8 million hand-pressed bricks.

02
Aug
2017
REBEL CONCEPTS: COOL IS DEAD, LONG LIVE COOL

5 -min. read Kurt Bredenbeck, Chairman of Wood Green’s community-minded hotel Green Rooms, explains why social enterprise will disrupt the future of travel.

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