With working from home well and truly the new norm in 2020, why not work in designer style, easily achieved thanks to Grafunkt and Onlewo.
1 October, 2020
Launched as a part of a celebration NDP 55, Grafunkt and Onlewo have teamed up to launch a suite of new, stylish and uniquely Singaporean furniture. A playful deconstruction of the original Quaderna desk, the Grafunkt x Onlewo collaboration introduces a unique tile design inspired by the unique Asian vernacular of design, resulting in a stool and ottoman that will make working from home all the more comfortable, and stylish.
This collaboration between two Singapore design greats pays homage to the spirit of adaptation and open interpretation of spaces and objects we have all have had to adopt to in 2020. The simple, clean nature of the limited edition stool and ottoman allows them to be used in a variety of contexts – the stool can serve as a coffee table, the ottoman as a bench or side table for drinks, and many other uses. That’s the power of clean, adaptable design.
The cubes themselves, finished in a Singa Flore tile design, can be placed on any side, and are designed to be great stand-alone pieces, or arranged together to create a larger setting. The three colours options available are all equally charming, and when matched together, can create an eye-catching and beautifully functional display.
Eager design lovers can currently enjoy a 15% off from this range when purchasing two or more items from this collection.
Grafunkt’s design is rooted in the ethos that design should improve our lives holistically. Objects tell stories, and the finely curated collection of furniture, accessories and lights under their brand tell a story uniquely Singaporean and inspiring. The Grafunkt x Onlewo collaboration is the next step in Grafunkt’s design narrative.
This collaboration, between Grafunkt and Onlewo, reflects Grafunkt’s ongoing commitment to the local Singaporean design community. With collaborations like this with Onlewo, or previous work with FUUR or Vetyver, Grafunkt celebrates the unique narrative of Singaporean design. Home-grown, local, and functional to the needs of Singapore, Grafunkt’s championing of local designers is intrinsic to their brand – and we’re all better off for it.
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