Beautiful furniture, home decor and lighting pieces to keep an eye out for at Singapore Indesign 2017.
6 October 2017
Text by Louisa Clare Lim
All geared up for Singapore Indesign 2017 aka #SGID17? We are!
At the highly anticipated one-day design event, not only will you be inspired by eye-catching and intriguing sights and sounds (find out more here), you can do some window shopping for your home.
Here’s a preview of some of the furniture and homeware eye candy that will be at the various Singapore Indesign event locations.
#1 PH5 lamp, from Louis Poulsen
This is a classic that every design lover recognises. Plus, create and Instagram your best hygge moment with the Louis Poulsen Yuh lamp for the chance to win one!
#2 Fritz Hansen Objects, from W. Atelier
Enjoy a special #SGID17 promotion on Fritz Hansen’s Objects, Dr. Vranjes’ home fragrances, En&Is art decor pieces and selected Toto products at the showroom.
#3 Chic indoor-outdoor furniture, from The Beuro
Discover newly launched outdoor collections from Point, Kenkoon, Varaschin and Fim Umbrella.
#4 Quality office furniture, from Wilkhahn
A colourful, multi-sensorial installation featuring the German brand’s iconic furniture awaits to be unveiled.
#5 Lambert & Fils pendant lamps, from Made & Make
These minimalist, sculptural lighting creations will be featured in the Curated Space, along many other noteworthy products!
#6 Ipse Ipsa Ipsum Udaipur sofa, from Sam & Sara
Touch and feel a stunning new range of furniture and accessories developed in collaboration with award-winning multidisciplinary designer Nathan Yong.
See you at #SGID17!
More information about Singapore Indesign here.
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