Antalis x META Studio
Taking the fundamental quality of paper- its ability to receive marks as print and imprint, the designers shift the discussion from the Gutenberg Press to the instructional marks made by tailors and form-makers on flat patterns and paper drapes.
By Benel x 11H
The installation is named "Play at Work", where a set of sofa with privacy panels, coffee tables and ottomans are arranged to show how the use of colours in furniture can help transform the office into a playground where people can connect and have fun together.
Cellini x Djalin x etc lab
Hidden Gems is a movement targeted at creating contemporary objects with traditional crafts and materials. Together with mentors from Cellini and Djalin, Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Product Design & Innovation students set out to experiment with the intricate techniques of
weaving and wickering.
By IDF Singapore x arttd'inox x Trigger Design
The designers breathed life into steel to create diverse forms of animals and children's play
creatures. It is an extraordinary use of material – that is otherwise associated with being
hard and cold – to evoke emotions and an experience of playfulness.
By Infuud Asia (Kki Sweets) x Spatial Anatomy
Masak-Masak is a quest to redefine food culture through the design of food and space within an environment of play. The prototypical stall takes reference from “masak-masak”, a term that refers to an imaginary cooking game that is popular with little children, where simple readily available objects are used to create a make-believe scenario of running a food stall, cooking and serving food to customers.
By Kvadrat x Publicworks
Headspace is made with REALLY by Kvadrat. The lightness and rigidity of the material makes it possible for the entire structure to be suspended 1.2m above the gallery floor. The acoustic properties of the material will dampen the noise of the gallery for visitors and allow them a few moments of introspection and reflection.
By STUDIO DAM
Chroma Light Series is a research based on bone-china porcelain, light, colour and translucency.
The collection results in limitless playful possibilities. The light shining through the inner coloured porcelain surfaces create a different ambience when used by bouncing colours into its surrounding space.