We recap all the action from Dream Interiors at Saturday in Design 2012 (now known as Singapore Indesign).
14 May, 2014
The Dream Interiors showroom was a major hive of activity at the
2012 edition of Saturday in Design (now known as Singapore Indesign). Visitors got to explore an Asylum-designed cubby house made of colourful duct tape, enjoy a playful illusion-inspired window display by Elixr design, and walk around Studio Terre’s whimsical miniature home installation, which hung in mid-air. Other major highlights included the relaunch of the Kvadrat Hallingdal 65 exhibition, with a special presentation by Ministry of Design’s Director of Design Colin Seah, and a charity auction involving a collaboration between Ercol and artists Kyuhyung Cho and Jahan Loh. This year’s highly anticipated Singapore Indesign event will be held on 4 October and promises to be bigger than ever. Visit singaporeindesign.com.sg for more information and sign up for the Enewsletter to get the latest news.
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