An inspiring presentation of the latest products will be unveiled on 8 October at Singapore Indesign. Here are some of the highlights you should catch.
8 September, 2016
Top image: RBM Noor Up
Singapore Indesign has always been the platform for brands to launch their latest and most innovative products, and to share them in an intimate and curated setting with architects, interior designers, specifiers and all members of the design community.
This year’s event is no different, with exclusive first-in-Asia launches, and inspiring presentations of the very latest products in the market.
Pilotis installation by Doshi Levien
The first ever curtain collection by Doshi Levien for Kvadrat will be making its Asia debut at Singapore Indesign. These include Rocket and Fiction, knits with a tech, engineered look in a soft colour palette; Utopia, a jacquard woven fabric with a distinctly architectural feel; and Lake, a refined and slightly iridescent twill curtain. To mark the launch, Doshi Levien will be unveiling their architectural installation, Pilotis, and will also be holding special designer presentations.
New colours to signature products from HÅG and RBM
From Scandinavian Business Seating comes the brand new addition RBM Noor Up, a series of fresh new colour palettes on some of company’s signature products from HÅG and RBM, and a sneak preview of next year’s key product launches, ahead of their official unveiling at Orgatec this October.
Copine Dining Table and Chair, Dix Collection
OM will be launching a host of new products, including the Copine Dining Table (Dix Collection); Tiffany Buffet Table (Etune Living); Sover Klas (Houston); and Spaziosa (Kelvin Giormani)
Freesia from Jie
Kokaine will be introducing Jie as a new brand to its portfolio. The Jie collection is inspired by nature’s elements and created by local craftsmen, each an expert in his or her own field.
Click here for more information on Singapore Indesign 2016 and to register for free.
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