IFFS Nex Gen Urban Living Showcase 2019
The International Furniture Fair Singapore, was held in conjunction with the ASEAN Furniture Show and the NOOK Asia. It is regarded by industry experts as Asia’s premier sourcing platform and design-led exhibition. It took place between 9th and 12th March 2019 at Marina Bay Sands Singapore and featured a comprehensive range of furniture, furnishing, decorative accessories, interiors and fittings by a diverse portfolio of quality exhibitors.
Through partnerships with renowned interior designers and innovation-driven brands, these showcases serve to spot key trends, understand major challenges, and identify sustainable solutions to transform tomorrow’s urban living for an ever-growing population of urban dwellers.
Synergraphic participated as a supporting brand in Nex-Gen Urban Living, a new showcase in the annual Fair. With inspiration drawn from the rich heritage, culture and diversity of densely populated cities, they showcased the latest functional art products and glass finishes featured in Bachelor’s Pad and Home Office lifestyle pods.
With over 50% of the world’s urban population living in Asian cities, the next chapter of living will be largely written by Asia’s burgeoning urban middle class. Work and leisure environments have adapted and designed to suit the profile of nex-gen of urbanites.
THE BACHELOR’S PAD BY: STUDIONORM X OPSH, SUPPORTED BY SYNERGRAPHIC
The Space was zoned into 3 functional areas for rest, entertainment and dining in the form of a bedroom, living room and kitchen. To suit the lifestyle of The Bachelor, it was designed to be collectively amicable yet independently defined. Synergraphic showcased functional and decorative products including a feature divider, kitchen backsplash, wardrobe doors, cabinet doors and mirrors that are perfect for small and multifunctional spaces prominent in urban living.
Find out more about our latest Functional Art and new Finishes available by requesting for our latest Newsletter and read more about the event on Home Decor.
Synergraphic presents Ash Yeo in NAFA Exhibition
Synergraphic presents Yeo Yeok Seng, Ash, in moved., an exhibition that showcases a range of creative works by artists and designers under the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) 3D Design Programme. As an artisan glass designer and maker, Synergraphic strongly supports and collaborates with artists and designers to ceaselessly challenge the boundaries of glass in different disciplines in order to discover new fluidities in the material.
The artwork titled ‘This is not a code’, is designed as Functional Art, as a type of meaningful functional object (in this case a Master KeyPress Holder, or Artwork concealing a home security safe, or a bathroom cabinet), which also captures a reflective human aspect of contemporary philosophy about essential connection between language and soul. Using a variety of cold glass-working processes including bevelling, gluing, drilling of mirror and dichroic glass, Synergraphic is proud to support Ash in bringing the concept to life.
The Ngee Ann Kongsi Galleries 1 & 2
80 Bencoolen Street Singapore 189655
Exhibition: 24 February-17 March 2019
11am-7pm, Free Admission
Closed every Monday
Cellini & Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Synergraphic is proud to be part of a meaningful collaboration with Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Cellini to present ‘Senses’ at Singaplural 2019. Over the past few months, Synergraphic Design sought to make glass accessible by sharing the vast possibilities of glassmaking with Ngee Ann Polytechnic Product Design Students, and provided feedback and guidance to make the students’ designs feasible. The collaboration showcases the students’ exploration of blending aluminium and glass into contemporary furniture
under the theme ‘Unnatural Phenomena’.
The Singaplural exhibition opened with a bang in conjunction with the opening of the annual Singapore Design Week on the 4th of March 2019. Graced by SMS Chee Hong Tat, the opening saw colourful digital visual displays that wowed the audience and thought-provoking showcases at the atrium of National Design Centre.
You are invited to view the exhibition at Singaplural 2019 and participate in the activities organised by Singapore Design Week between 5th - 17th March 2019.
Singaplural advocates collaborations between brands and creatives to encourage innovation, intelligent design, creativity and the continuous pushing of boundaries. It’s name is a portmanteau of the terms ‘Singular’ and ‘Plural’, which reflects the multi-faceted and multidisciplinary design platform’s aim to draw various designers from the same industry together. This year, SingaPlural draws on nature’s evolution to inspire innovation in design under the theme “Unnatural Phenomena”, which explores how unconventional collaborations challenge disciplinary boundaries and forge new design species.
SingaPlural is organized by Singapore Furniture Industries Council (SFIC) since 2012. It is supported by DesignSingapore Council (DSC), Enterprise Singapore and Singapore Tourism Board under the annual Singapore Design Week Program (SDW) organized by DesignSingapore Council. SDW invites the design community, businesses, design students and the general public to participate in a collection of local and international activities. It is one of Asia’s premier design festivals and it champions design thought leadership by converging and showcasing top design talents and business from Singapore and Asia.
National Design Centre
111 Middle Road, Singapore 188969
5-17 March, 2019
Glass Blower Shaping Glass
Turning Glowing Glass
Glass Blower maker
Glass Blowing Tools
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