SingaPlural is back, on 7 to 13 March 2016
23 February 2016
The fifth edition of SingaPlural returns to the iconic festival site at 99 Beach Road, following last year’s massive success. This design-centric fair is open to the public on 7 to 13 March, and showcases the many different facets of design. We love how SingaPlural brings together wildly different forms of design together, including fashion, architecture, interiors, furniture and landscaping.
We’re excited to see the site turned into an interactive space that allows visitors to join in and take part. And with this year’s theme (‘Senses – the art and science of experiences’), we’re expecting to see even more interactivity like installations, workshops and other activities that will engage and excite.
Each year, SingaPlural brings together creative talents with a host of international and local brands for seven days of design festivities, and this year is no different. Here are just some of the highlights that have us looking forward to this week-long affair:
Last year, SingaPlural hosted a number of hands-on workshops that were the highlight for many festival-goers. This year, the organisers have lined up more workshops, including a workshop on making teak wood spoons with Everyday Canoe, a living clay workshop with Studio Asobi and a concrete tray casting workshop with Concrete Everything.
The installations at SingaPlural have a reputation for being immersive and experiential, factors that make the design fair more fun. This year’s collaboration between Kim Choy and Shibui Furniture Collective, for example, will offer an immersive, hands-on experience that gives you the opportunity to see what happens during the process of furniture making.
For more information on SingaPlural, head to their website.
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