These five brands all push the envelope in technology, design and concept. And at Singapore Indesign this October, you’ll get to see them up close.
9 September, 2014
#1 Bolon: Flooring Like You’ve Never Seen
Come Singapore Indesign 2014, visitors will get to hear (no, see!) Bolon’s interpretation of ‘Silence’ in their latest flooring collection for 2014. Find our more.
#2 JUNG: Switched on to German Technology
Established in 1912, JUNG has flourished through the years for switches, sockets, and a whole range of intelligent systems that consistently point to the precision and reliability of German engineering. Find out more.
#3 Big Ass Fans’ Haiku is Poetry in Motion
The award-winning Haiku from Big Ass Fans is revolutionising the way we cool our spaces in a big way (pun intended). Find out more.
#4 1 Common Brief: 6 Extraordinary Designs for Porada
The design world has seen myriad wood products, and an even greater number of table designs launched year on year. Wooden tables? We’ve seen them all. Or have we? Porada doesn’t think so, and six designers prove them right. Jump on the chance to see the winning designs exhibited at Singapore Indesign. Find out more.
#5 Di Legno: The Benefits of Playing with ‘Fire’
A fireplace in equatorial weather? Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? Well, Di Legno is turning convention on its head with fireplaces that make sense even in 35°C weather. Find out more.
Singapore Indesign will be held on 4 October 2014. For more information and to register for the event, click here.
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