Featured Project – The Mad Hatter
Ewins x Gabriel Tan Studio

The Mad Hatter is an installation using the 3-dimensional thermoforming and light-diffusing properties of Veromobi Alba acrylic panels.

The designer created moulded “hat” shaped lamp shades using four different tints of dyed acrylic, and in three pendant lamp configurations and table lamps of five different heights. The installation is completed with the use of Alba’s mirror acrylic for both table and ceiling surfaces.

This is a play of colours, forms, reflection and light diffusion. The result is a surrealistic installation which gives the illusion of an expanded universe of lights.

The Mad Hatter is an installation using the 3-dimensional thermoforming and light-diffusing properties of Veromobi Alba acrylic panels.

The designer created moulded “hat” shaped lamp shades using four different tints of dyed acrylic, and in three pendant lamp configurations and table lamps of five different heights. The installation is completed with the use of Alba’s mirror acrylic for both table and ceiling surfaces.

This is a play of colours, forms, reflection and light diffusion. The result is a surrealistic installation which gives the illusion of an expanded universe of lights.

About Ewins

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Ewins Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based company founded in 1967, is a leading distributor of fine furniture components, quality architectural hardware and innovative surface materials. At SingaPlural 2018, Ewins showcases its Alba range of high performance scratch-resistant and anti-bacterial acrylic surfaces under its flagship brand Veromobi.

About Gabriel Tan Studio

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Gabriel Tan Studio is a design practice working across the borders of craft, culture and technology. Exploring new ways to interpret luxury and break archetypes, the studio works on design, curation and creative direction for international clients. Gabriel Tan Studio also creative directs the Japanese furniture brand Ariake and Singapore-based door handle brand Turn. Studio founder Gabriel Tan was an active co-founder of Outofstock from 2007 to 2016, a multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural design collective.

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