Se­ri­ously Fun

Hendry Sjar­i­fudin, owner of Ke­nari Djaja

Indonesia Tatler Homes - - PERSONAL TASTE -

“When I was a child, my mum’s hobby was to ren­o­vate our house,” ex­plained the owner of Ke­nari Djaja, Hendry Sjar­i­fudin. “I used to ac­com­pany her when she met de­sign teams, and I used to hear them dis­cuss de­sign tech­ni­cal­i­ties and con­cepts; over time, I be­came fa­mil­iar with these my­self.” Even­tu­ally, he joined the fam­ily com­pany, Ke­nari Djaja, in 2005. Fo­cus­ing on in­te­rior fit­tings such as door han­dles, Sjar­i­fudin has brought changes to the com­pany, mostly in the area of fol­low­ing and set­ting de­sign trends. “In 1990s era, clas­sic styles were the trend, al­though this gave way to more mod­ern min­i­mal­is­tic styles in the early 2000s; now, the trend is trans­form­ing again into some­thing trop­i­cal with clas­si­cal touches,” he ex­plained.

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