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The event featured Indonesian weaving expert, Lim Masulin, who exhibited his architectural weaving concept. He also brought along three famous Indonesian architects, Heru M. Prasetyo, Andra Matin and Budi Pradono, who have incorporated architectural weaving into their designs.
(The Jakarta Post/Asmara Wreksono)