Kohler Experience Centre Singapore turned one this August and the brand celebrated the milestone with a forum, new product launches and a fabulous party with charity art initiative and a fab laser show.
24 August, 2018
Last year, Kohler stepped up its immersive marketing game with the opening of the Kohler Experience Centre (KEC) Singapore. Designed by luxury hospitality interior specialist LTW Designworks, the KEC occupies a three-storey conservation shophouse on Peck Seah Street. The KEC offers a global specification service, which allows architects and designers working on international projects to have access to all products across Kohler’s entire global portfolio.
The brand celebrated the opening of the KEC Singapore with much fanfare, including an insightful Pecha Kucha Night organised by Indesign Media Asia at the Working Capitol Keong Siak, and a lavish launch party.
Kohler has opened seven KEC globally. Three of which, all launched last year, are located in Asia – Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan. This August, the brand celebrated KEC Singapore’s first anniversary with an insightful designer’s forum, three new product launches, and another fabulous party.
The three new products are the sleek and smart Sensis intelligent toilet, smart home platform Kohler Konnect, and bathroom accessory line Components.
Highlights of the launch party included a charity art sale featuring artworks created by a curated pool of designers invited to participate by Kohler and a breathtaking laser show. Proceeds from the sales of the artworks (which are bought by developers invited to the event) are going to Kohler’s official charity partner Very Special Arts (VSA) Singapore.
Lookout for our interview with Angel Yang, Kohler President – Kitchen & Bath Asia Pacific and Mark Bickerstaff, Director of New Product Development Kitchen and Bath, about the future bathroom and Kohler’s product’s role in propelling bathroom to the future!
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