On 9 and 10 July 2015, Singapore Indesign Intimate presented a compact yet high-impact design experience at Red Dot Design Museum and National Design Centre
20 July 2015
Our very own ‘design day out’ returned this year with a new, exciting format. Singapore Indesign Intimate took the best of previous years’ iterations and presented the event in a more compact yet high-impact design experience over two days.
On 9 and 10 July 2015, Singapore Indesign Intimate presented two curated spaces – Red Dot Design Museum and National Design Centre – where 16 exhibitors and 23 partners came together to provide Singapore’s design community with thought-provoking and creative content.
One of the draws of Singapore Indesign Intimate was The Project, a series of collaborative installations between exhibitors and architects/designers. Exhibitor Greenlam Laminates worked with WOW Architects to put together ‘Balancing Birds’, an interactive display of model “birds” made from antibacterial laminates, perched on a forest of clear, plastic tubes. Meanwhile, at the National Design Centre, exhibitor EDL collaborated with K2LD Architects to design an attention-grabbing tower made from EDL’s new nanotech matt material, FENIX NTM.
Other projects unveiled during the two-day event include Wilkhahn and SCA Design’s display of task chairs suspended to provide an all-angle perspective of its design evolution; Alustil and PLUS Collaboratives engaged the senses with four sleek coffee brewers that drip on aluminium and wood surfaces to showcase the various effects of staining; and Admira and Architology presented Flexile, High Pressure Laminates (HPL) that took shape in the form of a life-sized vessel mimicking skin and structure.
Singapore Indesign Intimate also introduced the inaugural Design Conversation series of panel discussions, where industry experts generously divulged insightful thoughts and experiences.
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