UBD Wows the World of Interior Design for Their Project The CAVE

Founded by Caroline Usher in 2010, UBD is an interior design company in Indonesia that has produced a successful number of architecture in restaurants, hospitality, and bar venues as well as commercial project interiors. The innovative interior design company creates outstandingly unique design concepts that are driven by world-class quality and in-depth interior design detail. […]

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