Hjgher, a design collective in Singapore, have designed the Kith Café.
At POST-Museum, an independent gallery space transform into a minimal, stage-like set depicting the story of a small American town. With raw white wooden planks and vintage wooden door frames complemented the vintage brass bunk and clothing rails, and acoustic instruments were displayed to reminiscent of the music influences.
Curated by Jonathan Seow.
Tokujin Yoshioka has filled Moroso‘s showroom with mist to present his new Moon chair for the Italian brand in Milan. Called Twilight, the installation comprised artificial smoke hanging in the air with beams of light streaming through.
“Senses and emotions are things that can be designed.” – Tokujin Yoshioka
Installation of bricks, window frames, sand, shells, wires.
When this installation was first unveiled in the CBD area, it read ‘SFMRIOLWEN’. The letters forming the word FROWN were made of ice and melted away in a few hours, leaving us with the word ‘SMILE’. The message? Problems will come and go. The 3m-high sculpture, the second in Health Promotional Board’s Positive Art Series, is now on display in East Coast Park between McDonald’s and Long Beach restaurant.
A concept store in Sweden by Swedish architects GUISE with amazing use of white space and minimal black vector-ish furniture.
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