What’s going on at Singapore Indesign (SGID)? There’s just a few days to go and we want to help you plan your day.
6 October, 2016
What’s On: All-Day Events
It’ll be a jam-packed day with exciting events, including these all-day highlights.
Scandinavian Business Seating
See the latest products from HÅG, RH, BMA and RBM, as well as exclusive product previews. Enjoy a mersmerising installation that mimics the Northern Lights – done in collaboration with Andrew Loh Designs.
Sunlight Luminaire / Louis Poulsen
Louis Poulsen will showcase eight newly launched lighting series throughout the day. There will also be themed catering and special beverages for you to enjoy.
ThinkLab by Luxxbox
Check out the range of acoustic lighting, agile furniture and flexible thought boards, all part of the ThinkLab collection on display at the Curated Space.
Click here to see the full All-Day programme.
What’s On: Timed Events
Plan your schedule around the timed events taking place at SGID.
1pm @ Schiavello
Come down to Schiavello after lunch to see a special presentation of the Bene Idea Wall, by Chief Representative Asia Pacific of Bene, Nick McMicking. Or drop by in the morning from 10am -12pm for coffee and mini panini crafted by PUNCH café.
3pm @ JANUS et Cie
Win a designer vacation for two, to Sydney Australia, including a four-night stay at the iconic Old Clare Hotel. Raise your chances to win by raising a glass between 3pm – 5pm.
5.45pm @ National Design Centre
Nipa Doshi of Doshi Levien will conduct a design presentation on the studio’s design philosophies and creative processes. Seats are limited and RSVP is required.
Click here to see all Timed Events.
Download the Event Guide
The Singapore Indesign 2016 Event Guide is now available for download. Find out where to go, what to do, and who to meet.
Click here for more information on Singapore Indesign. Free online registration closes on 4 October, but visitors can still sign up for free at any participating
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