Progressive design. Future living.
Potato Head Studios are the cultural heartbeat of our village. Sleep in one of 168 rooms, immerse yourself in art, dance your ass off at night and wake up to a revitalising djamu. The building is an oceanfront hub of activity, a radical playground designed to let imagination lead.
The Same Good Times, a Few New Tricks
In our downtime, we designed a host of new measures to keep everyone at Potato Head safe, happy and comfortable.
So, relax and enjoy the island, potato heads – we’ve got your back.
A water bottle, RPET tote bag, bamboo cutlery and straws, organic cotton pouch, ointment pots and a lunchbox.
All-natural sunscreen, after-sun care, hand sanitiser and insect repellent.
A built-in ice well, custom cocktail tools, house-infused spirits, natural syrups, aromatic bitters, fresh fruit, and a recipe book from award-winning mixologist Dre Masso.
Shampoo, conditioner, body wash, bar soap and bath salts from Bali’s all-natural fragrance house, Sensatia Botanicals.
A ceramic base handmade in Ubud by Gaya Ceramic and Design with a reed diffuser and custom Bali-inspired scent by Japanese brand retaW.
Fully biodegradable slippers made from coconut husks, woven palm leaves, fabric offcuts and pond reeds.
A cotton robe designed by Studio Toogood.
Max Lamb Furnishings
A recycled-plastic desk chair and accessories, volcanic glassware, volcanic ceramics, patio furniture, floor lamps with an ijuk shade, and a bamboo chair all by the forward-thinking designer.
Bins, baskets and trays made by our R&D team at Sustainism Lab using recycled styrofoam, plastic bottles and caps, and food waste such as oyster and clam shells.
A selection of beautifully bound books focused on art, design and sustainability.
What People Say
“Designed by Rem Koolhaas’ OMA, the 168-room structure, built from recycled brick and poured concrete cast in reclaimed driftwood, floats on stilts to minimize its footprint.”
Condé Nast Traveler
“I’ve been inspired by watching Potato Head, the hospitality brand based out of Bali. It has a design sensibility, good taste, some of the best music and cultural programming and a vibe that is hard to replicate.”
“This beachfront project from the Dutch firm OMA founded by Rem Koolhaas boldly rethinks resort typologies, orienting itself toward the greater community. Ground-level and rooftop public spaces offer a stage for music festivals, art exhibitions, and more.”