High-end brands will be taking over the Red Dot Design Museum at Singapore Indesign, 4 October 2014. Here’s what to expect come event day.
30 July, 2014
Singapore Indesign has had the support of our Strategic Partner, Red Dot, since our first event in Singapore as Saturday in Design in 2011. It’s become a tradition for us to take over their whole museum space for the event, with a curation of high-end Exhibitors from near and far. Once again, visitors this year can expect to find a rich variety of commercial suppliers.
Established in 1873, Kohler has the distinction of being one of America’s oldest and largest privately held companies. They are the global leaders in the manufacture of kitchen and bath products, engine and power systems, furniture, cabinetry and tile, and have manufacturing facilities across the USA, Europe and Asia.
At Singapore Indesign, Kohler will be launching a luxurious new faucet finish – Rose Gold.
JUNG Asia is a subsidiary of Albrecht Jung Gmbh & Co. KG, one of Germany’s biggest manufacturers of electrical installation devices and systems. Specialising in electrical switches and systems, JUNG’s portfolio includes switches, socket outlets, dimmers, and observers. It also includes innovative electronic control systems for lighting, blinds, temperature, intercom and multimedia.
Visitors to Singapore Indesign will be treated to a complete display of JUNG’s conventional and intelligent system interface, case studies from around Asia and a number of exciting new products from JUNG Asia. This includes Smart Panel, a new generation of KNX colour touch panel, eNet, an intelligent retrofitting solution, the worldwide exclusive JUNG Switch Classic LS 990 in the amazing Le Corbusier colour range, and the KNX Energy Sensor, an easy and effective first step to greener living.
These new technologies may sound intimidating but see them in person to discover life simplified with the swish of a finger.
Across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, CMS Electracom supply innovative wiring and power solutions for commercial and industrial markets. And, now, they’re supplying Asia through their Singapore office. They’ll have a range of exciting new products to launch, still under development at this stage, so you can be the first to see them in person at Singapore Indesign.
Di Legno is an exciting new concept store on the Singapore scene, integrating arts and culture into daily living through their furniture range. At Singapore Indesign, Di Legno is excited to be showcasing new products, yet to be unveiled, as well as existing brand, the still relatively unknown Vito Selma.
Vito Selma works with wood in ways that defy nature. Not only do their designs push the limits of the material, but they also examine the results of its marriage with other organic elements. While some may associate Vito Selma’s designs with a Japanese or Scandinavian aesthetic, Vito Selma identifies itself as being distinctly Filipino.
In celebration of their 10th anniversary, EDL have undertaken a total, 360-degree rebrand. Their new identity is across multiple platforms, and at Singapore Indesign, they’ll have new products, their annual, inspirational publication to launch, and a future-themed installation for The Project. Read more about EDL here and find out more about their spectacular Project installation here.
To see these collaborations and product launches come to life, make sure you’ve registered to attend Singapore Indesign 2014 here.
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