Singapore Indesign brings together world-leading brands and top tier specifiers to the architecture and interior design industry.
27 May, 2014
First held in Singapore as ‘Saturday in Design’, Singapore Indesign was a hit in 2011 and 2012, bringing together some of the most exciting brands from around the world in our dynamic, multi-location format.
The event met its mark as the design centre of Southeast Asia and a gateway to the continent, with our Exhibitors including Boffi, bulthaup, Grafunkt, Haworth, Schiavello, Space Furniture, Steelcase, Stylecraft, XTRA and many more. See the full list of our previous years’ Exhibitors and participating brands here.
Our considered curation of Exhibitors attracts the most high-value industry visitors, with 40% of our 3,300 attendees in 2012 having authority as specifiers to the architecture and design industry.
These included Aedas, DP Architects, Gensler, Geyer, Hassell, Kerry Hill Architects, ONG&ONG, RSP Architects, SCDA Architects, Space Matrix and WOHA, all with members in attendance at Singapore Indesign 2012.
In addition to top level specifiers, Singapore Indesign attracts high-powered developers, project management firms, banks, hotels and other dynamic global companies. Attendees of our previous event in 2012 included developers Capitaland Commercial, CPG Consultants, Far East Organization and Keppel Land; project management and construction company Merx; the prestigious Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, and high-value clients Deutsche Bank and Google.
Don’t be the name that’s missing when everyone else is in the room. Singapore Indesign is the only commercial design event for the Asia Pacific region. Register yourself or your company (up to ten colleagues) here. For Exhibitor enquiries, talk to us here.
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