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Featured Project – Ipse Ipsa Ipsum
Ipse Ipsa Ipsum, ORCA, AMR

This year ipse ipsa ipsum challenges itselt to look beyond the familiar and extends itself to embrace transformation. A conversation starter on heritage and artistry, each handcrafted piece is a beautiful piece of furniture you can come home to and treasure for many years to come.

Muse, is a collaboration between AMR, a London based haute couture designer to develop to take inspiration from the world of couture and create a line of fashion interiors. It explores the eclectic taste of a seasoned collector of modern furniture & screen production property. "Muse" traces the transformative journey through the eye of a collector.

The Straits Collection is the culmination of a deeply personal pursuit for Singaporean originality as well as its aspiration to transform. Together, Saurabh Mangla and Jeremy Sun, Design Director of Orcadesign, have delved into aesthetics, materials and craftwork which draw inspiration from the rich cultural heritage of Singapore. The result is metamorphosed furniture design inspired by heritage which aspires to interrupt the uniformity of our urban life.

This year ipse ipsa ipsum challenges itselt to look beyond the familiar and extends itself to embrace transformation. A conversation starter on heritage and artistry, each handcrafted piece is a beautiful piece of furniture you can come home to and treasure for many years to come.

Muse, is a collaboration between AMR, a London based haute couture designer to develop to take inspiration from the world of couture and create a line of fashion interiors. It explores the eclectic taste of a seasoned collector of modern furniture & screen production property. "Muse" traces the transformative journey through the eye of a collector.

The Straits Collection is the culmination of a deeply personal pursuit for Singaporean originality as well as its aspiration to transform. Together, Saurabh Mangla and Jeremy Sun, Design Director of Orcadesign, have delved into aesthetics, materials and craftwork which draw inspiration from the rich cultural heritage of Singapore. The result is metamorphosed furniture design inspired by heritage which aspires to interrupt the uniformity of our urban life.

About Ipse Ipsa Ipsum

SAM & SARA Holdings launched the brand Ipse Ipsa Ipsum in Singapore in 2016. It is a local furniture and accessories brand with a growing international presence. Aimed at discerning homeowners, Ipse Ipsa Ipsum handcrafts beautiful furnishings at accessible price points that appeal to a burgeoning group of homeowners who are looking to own key pieces in their new homes.

About ORCA

Orcadesign is a multidisciplinary design and innovation consultancy that combines audacious imagination with business strategies to create product and service solutions that resonate with the target audiences. For over 25 years, the team have partnered companies from diverse fields, from start-ups to multinationals, over numerous projects. Besides developing technology driven products for brands such as Innergie, the team have been passionately creating home and lifestyle products, taking inspiration from cultures and behaviours, marrying heritage with modern contexts with astute sensibility. The past widely published collections include eco-themed Greenhouse Effect, as well as Anecdotes inspired by Asian wisdoms and values.

About AMR

Multi Media Design Studio “AMR” assures a sleek, highly provocative style under the Direction of Amr Ali. An emphasis on Bespoke Services, Curation and Art Direction deliver his signature style to Fashion, Branding, Architecture and Interior Design. A collection of objects and furniture of cinematic scale, “Muse” traces the global journey through the eye of a collector. A collaboration between the Artisan Studio Ipse Ipsa Ipsum curated by Art Director AMR , explores the eclectic taste of a seasoned collector of Modern furniture and screen production property; Reimagining pivotal pieces in Bone, Leather and polished metals in Limited Edition pieces and Bespoke lines for future collections

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