Here’s the deal: If you register to be part of Singapore Indesign 2017 aka #SGID17, you’ll be among the first here or even in the world to see and lay your hands on the new game-changers from renowned brands!
31 August, 2017
So here’s the deal: If you register to be part of Singapore Indesign 2017 aka #SGID17, you’ll be among the first here or even in the world to see and lay your hands on the new game-changers from renowned brands such as Louis Poulsen and Fritz Hansen, and leading contemporary retailers such as P5 and W Atelier; you’ll learn about the issues currently plaguing the industry and its people at the thought-provoking Design Conversations panels, which are moderated by some of architecture and design industry’s most respected names; and, more importantly, you’ll also get plenty of opportunities to chat with them.
But hey, that’s not all. Thanks to our really generous friends at the exhibiting brands, you’ll stand a chance to win amazing prizes worth $15,000. How? By registering, here, for free! We’ll take care of the rest – it’s that easy!
Here’s a first look at some of the prizes that could be yours:
One of the latest to join Design Hotels, a collective of small, design-focused luxury hotels around the world, The Warehouse Hotel’s 37 rooms are incredibly Instagram worthy (it’s true, look it up!) and a feast for the eyes. It is housed within a meticulously restored heritage building in the vibrant Robertson Quay precinct on the bank of the Singapore River. The 3-night stay is valued at over $1,500.
Valued at $7,638, the chair was first created for the villa of the Planchart collectors in Caracas – one of Italian architect Gio Ponti’s fondest projects. Designed like a cosy shell and upholstered in Molteni & C’s textile range, the chair comes with a rigid polyurethane frame, a soft polyurethane counter-frame and a cushion.
Created by Danish designer Øivind Slaatto two years ago, the Patera, which is valued at $1,215, is affectionately known as the 21st-century offspring of Louis Poulsen’s popular PH lamp. The pendant is mathematically inspired, directing light through small diamond-shaped cells that sit at various angles to the source, concealing it from one’s direct view, so yay! No glare!
Open, soft and simple, and valued at $5,020, the Fritz Hansen Fri dreamt up by Spanish designer Jaime Hayon is the epitome of an extrovert chair, delivering a highly comfortable seat with a contemporary sculptural look that pleases both the body as well as the eye. Immerse in its curves, dive into its plushness and soak in its welcoming feel.
We will be unveiling even more prizes leading up to Singapore Indesign 2017 – so register, here, if you haven’t and stay tuned. You most definitely should!