The stakes are higher this year, with prizes worth more than $33,000 up for grabs. Find out how you can win.
21 September, 2016
The design industry is preparing for some serious action with the return of Singapore Indesign (SGID) on Saturday, 8 October 2016.
Big names, including EDL, JANUS et Cie, Kreon, Kvadrat, OM Furniture, Scandinavian Business Seating, Schiavello, Space Furniture, Sunlight Luminaire / Louis Poulsen, Greenlam, Kokaine / Waam Studio / Polybuilding, Sunbrella and Thinklab by Luxxbox will be pulling out all the stops to present their latest products, top brands, and most innovative designs in unique settings in showrooms and pop-up spaces across the city.
To up the ante this year, there are prizes worth more than $33,000 to be won. To qualify for the draw, all you need to do is visit all the locations on the SGID route (including the Curated Space) and make sure you get your official SGID pass scanned at the door.
– Anglepoise Type 75 Desk Lamp in yellow, from Inhabitant, worth $360
– B&B Italia Beverly Armchair designed by Antonio Citterio, from Space Furniture, worth $8,270
– Dominique Armchair, from Kokaine, worth $2,000
– Egg Chair and Footstool in red, from Fritz Hansen, worth $13,515
– Freesia Coffee Table, from Kokaine, worth $1,500
– HAG H09 9230 Chair, from Scandinavian Business Seating, worth $4,000
– HAG Capisco Puls 8010 Chair in red, from Scandinavian Business Seating, worth $899
– Jie Artwork, from WAAM Studio / Polybuilding, worth $2,500
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