At #SGID17, we promised you a chance to win a Fritz Hansen chair, a Molteni&C chair, a Louis Poulsen lamp and a three night stay at The Warehouse Hotel. And now we deliver!
27 October, 2017
At Singapore Indesign 2017, you met leading brands, saw some of the best products, heard from esteemed industry experts about some of the most thought-provoking issues in lighting, workplace, retail and hospitality, and experienced our first ever designers’ debate!
And we did promise you fabulous prizes, didn’t we? We’ve selected our winners from the pool of eligible registered visitors, and they are:
Winner of a three-night stay The Warehouse Hotel, courtesy of Design Hotels
Valued at $1,500
Winner of Patera lamp designed by Øivind Slaatto for Louis Poulsen, courtesy of Louis Poulsen
Valued at $1,215
Valued at $5,020
Winner of D154.2 chair designed by Gio Ponti for Molteni&C, courtesy of P5
Valued at $7,638
We thank our generous sponsors for these prizes!
Congratulations to all the winners!
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