Unsure how to plan your Singapore Art Week adventure? Here’s an event highlights guide that won’t disappoint.
Steve Leung Design Group curates an upscale ambience distinguished by Japanese design elements and thoughtful spatial plan that offers patrons utmost discretion.
From CGI animation and blackbox projections to AR installations and life-size sculptures, Lucas Zanotto’s first solo exhibition brings kinetic characters to life.
Far East Organization-led consortium unveils the next phase of One Holland Village with the launch of a multimillion-dollar art programme. The programme kick-starts with an open call for participation in the public art furniture design competition.
Championing wellness for all, TOTO brings its shower toilet technology and water-saving innovation into Singapore homes.
With organisations and professionals rethinking work and the workplace, coworking spaces may just be the most appealing solution to the hybrid working model in a post-pandemic world.
Oligo luminaires combine the prowess of German engineering with sophisticated design, engendering progressive lighting solutions for today’s forward-looking society.
What do we want from our built environment? How can we create quality places that people want to live, work, play, and learn in? Cubes 102 is a wide-reaching investigation into placemaking.
Singapore celebrates 50 years of its preservation journey with a special exhibition at National Museum of Singapore.
Running from 6 November 2021 to 16 January 2022 at National Design Centre, the exhibition features 20 international and local creators designing with waste as the starting point.
The latest industry promotions and appointments across the region.
The acquisition is expected to drive strong social growth for Viccarbe, a Spanish designer of contemporary furniture for high-performance collaborative and social spaces.
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